WEDNESDAY, OCT. 9 // 7:00 PM
BOSTON – Suffolk women's soccer looks to get back on track Wednesday, Oct. 9 as it entertains GNAC foe Lasell at James A. Sartori Stadium at East Boston Memorial Park. Kickoff will begin at 7:00 p.m.
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LAST TIME OUT
Suffolk women's soccer saw its win streak come to an end Saturday afternoon as the Rams fell to Emmanuel, 3-0, at Roberto Clemente Field.
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After its first loss in two weeks, Suffolk posts an overall record of 6-3-0 and its 4-2-0 in GNAC play.
The Rams have slammed in 23 goals this season, with Caleigh O'Brien providing. O'Brien also paces the way in assists, with four overall on the season. Four other Rams follow in line with three goals each in Julia Hunt, Liv Hurley, Addisyn Lanza and Caitlin Ryan.
Allison Rodrigues has been the lone goalkeeper for Suffolk this season. The sophomore goalie holds opponents to 1.06 GAA and boasts a .846 save percentage.
Lasell comes to Boston with an overall record of 4-7-0 and hold an identical league ledger to the Rams at 4-2-0.
Serena Speight has picked up four of the Lasers' 16 goals this year, while Bobbi O'Guin, who paces the pack in assists with a pair of handouts, has added three goals of her own.
Angela Sanzari has stood in between the posts most often for the Lasers, clocking over 700 minutes in 10 games on the season. Sanzari has posted a 2.07 GAA and a .654 save percentage.
INSIDE THE SERIES
- Suffolk trails the all-time series with Lasell, 1-16.
- The Rams first and only win over the Lasers, came in a 2-0 shutout Sept. 27, 2017 in Eastie.
Suffolk prepares for Senior Day set for this Saturday, Oct. 12, when Johnson and Wales come to James A. Sartori Stadium at East Boston Memorial Park. Prior to the 12 p.m. kick off, the Rams will honor the playing career of their lone senior, Emerson Wildes.