AMHERST, M.A. – The Bryant University women’s soccer team hit the road on Sunday to take on the University of Massachusetts Amherst Minutewomen at 1:00pm.
Location: Amherst, MA
Kickoff: Sunday, September 3rd – 1:00pm
- This will be the seventh meeting between the two teams.
- Bryant holds a 1-5 record against the Minutewomen.
- In their last meeting, UMass won the contest 2-1 in overtime at Rudd Field.
Notes and Notables
- The Bulldogs won in dramatic fashion last time out against Fairfield. Junior Catherine Bean scored with two minutes left to get the 1-0 home victory for the Black and Gold.
- A win in Sunday’s game will give Bryant their best start to a season in Division I program history.
- Goalkeeper Kathryn McNeil has been a steady presence in net for the Bulldogs. She currently leads the America East in save percentage and goals against average.
About the Minutewomen
- UMass is 2-1-2 so far in the season. They won their matchup on Thursday night against Syracuse 2-0.
- Last season the minutewomen went 5-9-5, which earned them a trip to the Atlantic 10 playoffs.
- Junior forward Ashley Lamond has led the charge so far for UMass. She leads the team with three goals.