Field Hockey Closes Season with 3-0 Loss to Eastern Connecticut

Field Hockey Closes Season with 3-0 Loss to Eastern Connecticut

Framingham, Mass. – The Framingham State University field hockey team closed the 2018 season with a 3-0 loss at home to Eastern Connecticut State Univeristy in Little East Conference (LEC) action this evening at Maple Street Field.


- Score:  Eastern Connecticut 3, Framingham State 0

- Records: Framingham State (3-14, 1-11 LEC), Eastern Connecticut (5-9, 5-7 LEC)

Location:  Maple Street Field - Framingham, Mass.


  • The Warriors got on the board first in the 16th minute as junior Morgan Sanson converted an unassisted marker.
  • Just over five minutes later, the Warriors doubled their lead as Sanson assisted on a tally from freshman Sydney Collentine.
  • The Warriors would add a final goal in the 49th minute as senior Erin Sheehan assisted on a tally from junior Lindsey McKeon.


  • Eastern Connecticut outshot the Rams 14-8 in the contest and held a 7-4 edge in penalty corners.
  • Senior Haley Duggan (Framingham, Mass.) took the loss for the Rams in the cage. Duggan made seven saves in her final collegiate action.
  • Sophomore Keira Integlia earned the victory in net going 61 minutes and making four saves before giving way to freshman Abby Harris who did not record a save in her nine minutes of action.


The Rams season came to a close this evening and prior to the game their three seniors – Meaghann Ackerman, Haley Duggan, and Bailey Donelly – were recognized as part of Senior Night.