OCTOBER 23 | 7:00 PM
BOSTON – Suffolk women's soccer cap off regular season action, Suffolk women's soccer welcomes Mass. Maritime to James A. Sartori Stadium at East Boston Memorial Park Monday, Oct. 24 for a 7 p.m. battle.
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LAST TIME OUT
the GNAC regular season finale for the Rams, Suffolk women's soccer dropped a contest at Saint Joseph's (Maine), 3-0, Saturday afternoon at the SJC Athletic Complex.
Suffolk (6-8-0, 4-7-0 GNAC) has its spot secured in the GNAC postseason and will use the Monday match to prep for tournament play.
The Rams look to score for the first time in two outings as their offensive has been halted in back-to-back contests. Throughout the season, senior co-captains Alexandra Nagri and Jennifer Martin have paced Suffolk's attack. Nagri sits atop the team in both goals (10) and points (21), while Martin boasts 20 points on eight goals and four handouts.
In net, Julia Fieldsend has been the go-to keeper for Suffolk. The sophomore holds a 5-6-0 record with a 2.31 goals against average and a .755 save percentage.
Mass. Maritime is coming off a 7-0 shutout at Bridgewater State that put the Buccaneers back to 4-8-0 on the season.
Madison Taylor accounts for more than half of the Buccaneers points with 37 on 18 goals and one handout. The junior forward is the lone player to record more than five points this year with Brantley Collins (2-1-5) and Stephanie Hunt (2-0-4) sitting second on the team in goals scored with a pair apiece.
Sara Coffey has held down the defense in net for the Buccaneers. The sophomore goalie brings in a 3.63 goals against average and a .637 save percentage through 11 appearances for a 4-7-0 mark.
INSIDE THE SERIES
- Since 2009, Suffolk leads the all-time series versus Mass. Maritime, 3-0.
- The Rams picked up the last meeting versus the Buccaneers, 6-2.
- Suffolk has shutout Mass. Martime twice, in 2009 (9-0) and 2010 (5-0).
MOST STARTS EVER
With her name in the starting lineup Saturday at Saint Joseph's (Maine) Jennifer Martin made her 66th career start to set a new career record in the program's 11-year history.
With a spot secured in the tournament, Suffolk awaits the seeding of the 2017 GNAC Women's Soccer Tournament.