Women’s Soccer Blows By Anna Maria, 9-0

Women’s Soccer Blows By Anna Maria, 9-0

EAST BOSTON – Five different players scored and Allison Rodrigues  and Julia Fieldsend split time in net as Suffolk women's soccer shutout Anna Maria, 9-0, Wednesday night at East Boston Memorial Park.  

SCORE: Suffolk 9, Anna Maria 0
RECORDS: Suffolk (1-3-0, 1-1-0 GNAC) | Anna Maria (0-3-0, 0-2-0 GNAC)  

Suffolk lit the lamp early and often with freshman Julia Hunt completing a hat trick over the first 20 minutes of play. Hunt's third goal of the night came in the 17th minute and pushed the Rams' advantage to 5-0. During that stretch Carley Pearce found the back of the net twice as well.  

Over the remainder of the first set of 45 minutes Cassie Cavender and Emerson Wildes struck once and Caleigh O'Brien put two away to send Suffolk into the locker room with a hefty 9-0 lead. 

Suffolk maintained possession for the majority of the second stanza before a glimpse of lightening called the game in the blue-and-gold's favor in the 71st minute.  


  • Rodrigues and Fieldsend each played one half in net for Suffolk. Rodrigues earned the victory. 
  • Rachel Matloff made 10 saves for the AMCATS.  


  • Nine different Rams recorded at least one point on the night with five scoring one goal.
  • Four players had two or more goals for Suffolk. 
  • The Rams had all 29 shots in the contest and took all four corner opportunities.  


  • Suffolk improved to 6-1 all-time versus Anna Maria in a series that began in 2011. 
  • The Rams won their second straight versus the AMCATs. 
  • The win marks the first of the season and first under Ashley Van Vechten's guidance. 
  • Hunt, who scored her first collegiate goal, became the first Ram to produce a hat trick since Alexandra Nagri netted four did so in the 2017 regular-season finale, a 10-0 win over Mass. Maritime Oct. 23, 2017.
  • Pearce, who recorded the first goal of her collegiate career, and O'Brien each ended with two-goal nights. 
  • Cavender scored the first goal of her Rams' career. 
  • Rodrigues started her first game in net for Suffolk. 
  • Wildes registered her first collegiate goal.  


Suffolk caps off a four-game homestand Saturday, Sept. 15 versus Colby Sawyer. The Rams entertain the Chargers at 3 p.m. following the men's 12 p.m. clash with Lasell.