EYES ON THE GAME
BOSTON – The Suffolk women's soccer team continues its road swing Wednesday, Sept. 25 as it visits GNAC foe Anna Maria for a 4:30 p.m. conference clash.
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LAST TIME OUT
Suffolk women's soccer saw its winning ways come to an end Saturday afternoon as the Rams were kept off the scoreboard at Colby Sawyer in GNAC action, 2-0, at Kelsey Field.
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Suffolk sits at 3-2-0 (1-1-0 GNAC) after falling to Colby Sawyer on Saturday afternoon.
Caleigh O'Brien and Liv Hurley have paced the Rams 14-goal offense. The former owns a team-best four goals with the latter supplying three strikes, all of which came at Mass. Maritime. O'Brien leads the team in points as well with 10 as the junior shares tops in the team in assists with Julia Hunt and Carley Pearce as the trio has each handed out two.
Allison Rodrigues has been the Rams only keeper. The sophomore holds a .862 save percentage and a 0.72 GAA through five contests.
Anna Maria enters Wednesdays contest with a 3-3-1 overall record and 0-1-1 league ledger after slipping to Dean, 3-2, on Saturday afternoon.
Offensively, Sydney Owen paces the pack with nine points behind four goals and one handout. DeAnna Baker, Keannah Dunsmore and Alexandra have also chipped in to the AMCATS' attack with two goals apiece.
Rachel Matloff is Anna Maria's go-to starter in net. The keeper holds a .750 save percentage and a 1.77 GAA with three shutouts to her credit.
INSIDE THE SERIES
- Suffolk sits at 6-1 against Anna Maria since the start of the series in 2011.
- The Rams shutout the AMCATS, 9-0, in the foes last meeting on Sept. 12, 2018.
- Suffolk has shutout Anna Maria in back-to-back meetings. Overall, the Rams have blanked the AMCATS five times in the seven all-time meetings.
Suffolk remains on the road Saturday, Sept. 28 when it heads to Weston, Massachusetts, to visit Regis for a 4:00 p.m. conference clash