|SATURDAY, SEPT. 29 // 2:30 PM
BOSTON – In the midst of a three-game road swing, the Suffolk women's soccer team makes the trip to Nashua, New Hampshire, to wrap up September action at Rivier Sept. 29. The GNAC game is scheduled to begin at 2:30 p.m. at Raider Field.
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LAST TIME OUT
Lasell added on to its one-goal half-time advantage with a trio of markers in the second stanza to take down Suffolk women's soccer, 4-0, Thursday afternoon at Taylor Field.
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Suffolk sits just outside of playoff contention in ninth place in the GNAC standings with a 2-4 league ledger and a 2-6 overall mark.
Caleigh O'Brien's six goals lead the Rams' 14-goal attack this season. The sophomore's team-high 12 points are followed by six from freshman Julia Hunt, who found the back of the net three times, all in one game.
Allison Rodrigues holds down the net for the blue-and-gold. The first-year keeper holds a .714 save percentage and a 3.37 goals-against average.
Rivier has yet to find the win column against conference competition as it sits 0-5 in league outings and 1-5 overall. The Raiders only win came in double overtime at Dean Sept. 1.
The Raiders have scored only two goals this season, which came in their victory. Brittany Fletcher and Keare Sheehan are responsible for Rivier's two markers, while Avery Martin owns the only assist on the squad. Besides their win, Rivier has been shutout in five straight outings.
Kasey Smith has seen every minute of action in between the posts for the Raiders. The junior keeper holds a .805 save percentage and a 2.43 goals-against average.
INSIDE THE SERIES
- Suffolk leads the all-time series with Rivier, 7-3-1.
- The Rams shutout the Raiders in the foes last meeting, 5-0, Oct. 14, 2017.
Suffolk caps off its road swing at Simmons Wednesday, Oct. 3.