2009 Women's Soccer News Releases

  • Sam Gunseth Named NECC Women's Soccer Goalie of the Year
    November 09, 2009
    Bay Path senior Samantha Gunseth (Swanzey, N.H.) grabbed the 2009 NECC Women's Soccer Goalie of the Year, for the second straight season. Gunseth, a forensic psychology major, tallied 94 saves (11.75 saves per game), an .832 save percentage and a 2.34 goals against average. She leads the conference in saves and saves per game. Overall she has played 1450:38 minutes while notching 188 saves with a .770 save percentage, a 3.70 goals against average and 1 shut-out for the Wildcats.
  • Bay Path Gets Tricked on Halloween by the #1 Seeded Lesley
    October 31, 2009
    CAMBRIDGE, Mass.--Despite giving up three goals in the match, Bay Path keeper Samantha Gunseth (SWANZEY, N.H./Monadnock) was solid between the posts with 17 saves as the senior was fired upon heavily by the Lesley offense. She faced a total of 32 shots by the Lynx, 20 of which were on goal. For the 3-0 loss to top seeded and undefeated Lesley University on Halloween.
  • Bay Path Honors Seniors in Final Regular Reason Home Match
    October 29, 2009
    LONGMEADOW, Mass.—The Wildcats of Bay Path fell 3-1 in Senior Day Festivities to New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) opponents the Hawks of Becker College today at Ryan Field after a rescheduled time due to a rain out yesterday.
  • Wildcats Get Clawed by Nighthawks
    October 26, 2009
    BROOKLINE, Mass.-The Newbury College women’s soccer team defeated the Wildcats of Bay Path College, 4-0, Monday afternoon in Chestnut Hill, MA. Freshman Ashleigh Guy (North Smithfield, RI/North Smithfield) recorded her first collegiate hat trick scoring the Nighthawks final 3 goals.
  • Bendzin, Dupuis and Sippel Earn NECC Weekly Honors
    October 19, 2009
    ATTLEBORO, Mass.-Three Bay Path Wildcats earn NECC weekly honors. Julia Bendzin nabs Player of the Week, while Dupuis and Sipple are named Rookie Players of the Week.
  • Wildcats Scale Mountaineers 3-1 In NECC Women's Soccer Action
    October 17, 2009
    LONGMEADOW, MASS.— Senior Defender Christine Hollingworth (Lenox, Mass.) netted the eventual game winning goal for the Wildcats of Bay Path defeating New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) rival the Mountaineers of Southern Vermont 3-1 in women’s soccer action this afternoon at Ryan Field.
  • Bay Path Claws Wheelock In Battle of Cats
    October 14, 2009
    LONGMEADOW, Mass.—Senior Goalkeeper Samantha Gunseth (Swanzey, N.H.) led the Bay Path Wildcats for their first shut-out on the season defeating New England Collegiate Conference rival the Wildcats of Wheelock 2-0 today at Ryan Field. She tallied eleven saves for the contest. Defense was the key factor in Bay Path’s first conference victory on the season.
  • Elms Shuts Down Bay Path 3-0 in NECC Women’s Soccer Action
    October 10, 2009
    LONGMEADOW, Mass. – Bay Path falls 3-0 to Elms College in New England Collegiate Conference women’s soccer action today at Ryan Field. The Blazers controlled most of the match with three players notching unassisted goals.
  • Wildcats Fall 6-0 to Trailblazers
    October 08, 2009
    LONGMEADOW, Mass.- Bay Path took a hard 6-0 loss against Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in NCAA Division III women’s soccer action today at Ryan Field. The MCLA Trailblazers were led by junior forward Jess Tietgens (Stamford, Vt.) with two goals and junior midfielder Danielle Parenteau (Southampton, Mass.) with one goal and two assists.
  • Bay Path Unable to Hold Out With 3-1 Loss to Mitchell
    September 26, 2009
    NEW LONDON, Conn. – The Mitchell College women's soccer team picked up its first victory of the season on Saturday afternoon by a 3-1 final in its conference opener against Bay Path College.
  • Bay Path Falls to Trinity in Women's Soccer
    September 25, 2009
    HARTFORD, Conn. – Three players scored two goals apiece as the Trinity College Bantams defeated the Bay Path College Wildcats 9-0 in women’s soccer action on Campus Field this afternoon. The Bantams improve to 1-1-2 on the season while the Wildcats fall to 1-5.
  • Bison Stampedes Past Wildcats 8-2
    September 17, 2009
    LONGMEADOW, Mass.—Junior forward Jacqui Siddle (Palmer, Mass.) notched two goals for the Wildcats breaking up a shut-out for the Bison. Bay Path College fell 8-2 against Nichols College in NCAA Division III women’s soccer action today at Ryan Field.
  • Wildcats Prevail 2-1 Against AMCats
    September 15, 2009
    LONGMEADOW, Mass.—Junior forward Sandra Caldas (Leal de Camara, PT) scored the game winning goal at the 79th minute of play after a 1-1 stalemate allowing the Wildcats of Bay Path their first win on the season. Bay Path won the match 2-1 over the AMCats of Anna Maria in NCAA Division III women’s soccer action today at Ryan Field.
  • Gunseth Had 15 Saves in 2-1 Double Overtime Loss for Wildcats
    September 12, 2009
    NASHUA, N.H. – Freshman Lyndze Priebe (Raymond, N.H.) poked home a loose ball from in close 2:48 into double overtime, delivering the Daniel Webster College women’s soccer team a 2-1 victory over Bay Path College in the New England Collegiate Conference opener for both clubs at rainy Eagle Field Saturday.
  • St. Joseph Defeats Bay Path 4-0
    September 08, 2009
    WEST HARTFORD, Conn.,– Saint Joseph College sophomore Holly Mirabella (Seymour, Conn.) notched the game-winner in the 18th minute of play as the Blue Jays defeated visiting Bay Path College in non-conference action this afternoon on campus in West Hartford.
  • Bay Path Falls 8-0 in Season Opener Against Albertus Magnus
    September 06, 2009
    LONGMEADOW, Mass.--The Wildcats of Bay Path had a rough season opener falling 8-0 against the Falcons of Albertus Magnus in NCAA Division III women’s soccer action at Ryan Field.
  • NECC Women's Soccer Preseason Poll Announced
    September 03, 2009
    Lesley University has been tabbed as the preseason favorite to capture the New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) women’s soccer championship, it was announced today by Commissioner Del Malloy. Voting for the preseason poll was conducted among the NECC’s head women’s soccer coaches.