Women’s soccer honors their seniors prior to the game. Photo
The University of Rhode Island women’s soccer team capped off their season last week with a 4-1 defeat on the road against St. Joe’s and a 0-0 draw on Senior Day against Duquesne.
The Rams first traveled to Pennsylvania to take on St. Joe’s in their final road game of the season. Unfortunately, the Rams were put away swiftly in this one as the Hawks hammered in three goals within 13 minutes in the first half from Gabrielle Vagnozzi, Bridget Galen and Dakota Mills as the Rams went into the break in a deep 3-0 hole.
However, the Rams made an effort at a comeback with a 74-minute goal from freshman Tali O’Leary, with the assist being given to two different Rams, freshman Carrie Ellis
Despite the three-goal deficit and the 18-9 difference in shots, junior g
The second contest of the week saw the Rams return home for their final game of the season and their senior day, in which Jaileen Goncalves, Kelly Mayo
Nothing came easy for either side as there were just fifteen total shots
Perhaps a win was the way the Rams wanted to end the season, but they finish the 2019 season 4-9-5, totaling four more wins and four more draws than the previous season.