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The Lions huddling up (Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Gladstone / Multiamedia Coordinator).

Women’s soccer beats Rutgers University-Newark, with all players getting to contribute

On Oct. 7, the College’s women’s soccer team defeated Rutgers University-Newark by a score of 9-1. The Lions dominated the ball from the very beginning, scoring their first goal only seven minutes into the game.  “I felt so happy that we started off the game on a strong suit,” said senior forward Sophie Vieira, who scored the first goal. The Lions put up a persistent fight, scoring four goals in the first half. They also took a total of 21 shots to the Scarlet Raiders’ one during that time. “We started really strong, which was a pretty big objective,” said Coach Danny Blank. “We knew that that’s a team that plays on a lot of emotion, and we didn’t want to give them a chance to build any emotional momentum.”

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Women’s soccer falls

By Ann BrunnStaff Writer The women’s soccer team had its season come to a close on Sunday, Nov. 17, in the second round of the NCAA Division III Championship ...

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