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Game Preview: Women's Soccer at Endicott

Game Preview: Women's Soccer at Endicott

Women's Soccer at Endicott
Tuesday, September 24 | 4 p.m.
Hempstead Stadium | Beverly, Mass.

SERIES HISTORY
• Babson is 4-5-2 all-time against Endicott in a series that dates back to 2008.
• The Beavers are winless in four straight matches against the Gulls, a stretch that includes a pair of double-overtime draws in 2016 and 2018 in Babson Park.
• Six of the last nine contests between the sides have been decided in overtime.

LAST MEETING
• Julia Lindsay '19 scored the tying goal in the 72nd minute as the Beavers and Endicott played to a 1-1 2OT draw on September 25, 2018, in Babson Park.
• Hannah Lejeune gave the Gulls the lead with her goal less than five minutes before halftime.
• Sophomore Kayla Salmon made nine saves for the Beavers, who were outshot 17-12 in the match.

SCOUTING THE GULLS
• Endicott (4-3-0) has dropped two straight matches after suffering a 2-1 loss at Salve Regina on Saturday.
• Junior Gabriella Prisco scored just 1:09 into the game for the Gulls, who got three saves from Kayla Wentworth and outshot the Seahawks, 17-10.
• Junior Jaymie Caponigro (4-1-9) has a goal in three of the last four contests, senior Hannah Pesci (2-1-5) is one of four players on the team with a game-winning marker, and sophomore Chloe Waldron leads the squad with two assists.
• Wentworth has started all seven matches for the Gulls posting a 1.27 goals against average and a .791 save percentage to go along with one shutout.

SCOUTING THE BEAVERS
• Babson (4-2-0) has won two straight games and is coming off a 2-0 victory over Bates on Saturday.
• Junior Addie Lalor scored in the 65th minute and senior Julia Janikies converted a penalty kick for her first career tally in the 83rd minute for the Beavers.
• Senior Olivia West (4-0-8) had scored in four straight matches prior to Saturday's win, Lalor (2-0-4) has scored twice over the last four contests, and senior Maggie McCabe (0-3-3) leads the Green and White in assists.
• First-year goalkeeper Morgan Fedosiewich has started all six games and boasts a 0.67 goals against average and a .907 save percentage while keeping four clean sheets.

NOW THAT'S USING YOUR HEAD
• Lalor scored on a header late in the first half of a win over UMass Boston back on September 10 and notched her second goal of the year in Saturday's victory, this time heading home a free kick from McCabe.

NEWMAC RECOGNITION FOR FEDOSIEWICH
• Following back-to-back shutouts, Fedosiewich was selected as the conference's defensive co-player of the week for the first time in her career on Monday.
• She totaled 14 saves in wins over Bowdoin and Bates, which included stopping a pair of penalty kicks in Wednesday's 1-0 victory over the Polar Bears.

LIFE ON THE ROAD
• After opening the season with five of its first six matches at home, the Green and White will play the first of four straight road fixtures on Tuesday at Endicott.
• In addition to facing the Gulls, Babson will travel to Clark, WPI and Wheaton over the next two weeks.

NUMBER TO KNOW
• The last nine matches between the Beavers and Endicott have been decided by a single goal or ended in a draw.

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