Moore's goal in double overtime lifts MCLA Women's Soccer past Framingham 1-0 on Senior Day
North Adams, MA- MCLA's Cetera Moore converted in the 105th minute to lift the Trailblazers to a 1-0 Senior Day victory over the visiting Framingham State women's soccer team this afternoon at Shewcraft Field. MCLA ends their season at 3-14-1. The Rams finish up at 2-13-1 on the season.
Through regulation, the teams were scoreless as Framingham held a slim 19-18 edge in shots. Neither team generated much offense in the first overtime, but Moore finally got the game winner in the second overtime.
Moore would convert a turnover deep in the Framingham end that pulled out Ram keeper Madison Brown. Moore saw the goal left unguarded and calmly drilled the game winner for the Trailblazers.
The win marked MCLA's first in the MASCAC this season as they finish at 1-6 in the conference.
MCLA's Megan Richardson earned the shutout victory after stopping 15 shots in the win. Richardson wraps up her stellar career with 596 career saves.
Prior to the start of the contest, MCLA honored their five seniors. Those honored included Taylor Jarosz, Tessa Gonsalves, Hannah Sorenson, Hannah Van De Water, and Richardson.