ATTLEBORO, Mass.-Sophomore Melissa Toler (Paso Robles, Calif.) led the Wildcats to an impressive 2-0 week after a rough start for Bay Path including a 4-0 shut-out against Anna Maria and a 4-2 NECC victory over Newbury. Toler, currently, tops the Wildcats for scoring this season and tallied three goals this week. Against the Nighthawks, she notched two goals including the eventual game winner for Bay Path. Her final insurance goal for the 4-2 victory would include a game finishing collision between Toler and the Newbury keeper.
This fall athletics season has marked many ups and downs as are usual for the world of athletics. With the end of the season All-NECC Conference Selections and awards out, several of our Bay Path Wildcats were honored.
ANNANDALE-ON-HUDSON, N.Y. – The 2011 Bay Path College soccer season ended in the snow at Bard College on Saturday with an 11-0 loss. The Wildcats, freshman Marina Rhodes (Providence, R.I.) made seven saves, and freshman Jenn Finn(Malden, Mass.) made two. The Wildcats finish their campaign 3-14.
LONGMEADOW, Mass.—The Nighthawks of Newbury College defeated host Bay Path College 10-2 today in a rescheduled match which had the Nighthawks as the home team to the Wildcats. Newbury, who was unable to play their home contest at their regular season field, travelled to Bay Path to play their New England Collegiate Conference match prior to the upcoming storm heading to New England. A pair of Nighthawks soared during the contest each garnering hat tricks for the day with sophomore forward Briana Tomaselli (Warwick, R.I.) tallying eight points and freshman midfielder Kelsey Landry (Milford, N.H.) notching five points in the contest.
LONGMEADOW, Mass.- The Wildcats of Bay Path fell 4-0 to local conference rival Elms College 4-0 today at Ryan Field on Senior Day in NCAA DIII women’s soccer action. Two senior members of the Wildcats were honored today for playing their final home contest. Senior midfielder Dajara Wright (Chicopee, Mass.) and senior defender Bridgette Flores (Somerville, Mass.) played all 90 minutes today for the Wildcats.
LONGMEADOW, Mass.- In the New England Collegiate Conference women’s soccer battle of the Wildcats, Bay Path prevailed defeating the Wheelock Wildcats 9-1 today at Ryan Field. Three Maroon Wildcats each scored a pair of goals with freshman forward Nicole Crossman (Winsted, Conn.) and sophomore midfielder Keelin Dougherty (Northfield, N.H.) both adding two assists as well as two goal finishing with six point a piece for the afternoon. Freshman Alexis Cookson (Mt. Vernon, N.Y.) was the other Wildcat to tally two goals.
WESTON, Mass-Bay Path fell 2-0 to host Regis College today at the Regis College Sports Complex in women's soccer action. The Pride moves to 7-6 overall on the season, while the visiting Wildcats move to 2-10 on the season.
LONGMEADOW, Mass. The Wildcats of Bay Path fell 6-0 to the Bison of Nichols College today in NCAA DIII Women’s regional soccer action today at Ryan field in a rescheduled match from earlier this season.
LONGMEADOW, Mass.- Despite a valiant effort by Bay Path, the Wildcats were unable to comeback in the second half from a one goal defeciet fallin 2-1 to the Mountaineers of Southern Vermont today at Ryan Field in New England Collegiate Conference women’s soccer action. Sophomore midfielder Keelin Dougherty (Northfield , N.H.) scored the lone goal for the Wildcats. Dougherty now leads Bay Path with five goals on the season.
LONGMEADOW, Mass.- Wildcats sophomore midfielder Keelin Dougherty (Northfield, N.H.) tallied the game winner for Bay Path in a 2-1 victory over NCAA DIII regional opponent Anna Maria in a wet and soggy day for women’s soccer at Ryan Field.
LONGMEADOW, Mass.- Wildcats sophomore midfielder Keelin Dougherty (Northfield, N.H.) struck first breaking up a scoreless game for Bay Path. Unfortunately, for the Wildcats the Hawks of Becker College came back to score four more goals to win the New England Collegiate Conference match-up. Becker won 4-1 in another NCAA DIII match today at Ryan Field.
LONGMEADOW, Mass.- The Wildcats tried to wage a late game rally to come from behind from a two goal deficit only to fall short in the final minutes allowing Hampshire College to take the victory 3-2 in women’s soccer action today at Ryan Field. Sophomore midfielder Keelin Dougherty (Northfield, N.H.) led the charge for the Wildcats tallying three points with a goal and an assist for the match.
NASHUA, N.H. – The Wildcats of Bay Path earn their first win of the season with a 2-1 victory over the Eagles of Daniel Webster College in both teams’ 2011 New England Collegiate Conference opener Saturday at Eagle Field. First year head coach Nick Chapman pulled off a big conference win over the Eagles after a pre-season poll that had Daniel Webster finishing two spots higher than the Wildcats.
WEST HARTFORD, Conn. – Despite an extremely tough loss by the Wildcats of Bay Pay sophomore keeper Melina Isdith (Rego Park, N.Y.) tallied 19 saves facing 38 shots, 30 of which were on goal. Bay Path fell 11-0 in NCAA Division III regional women’s soccer action to the Blue Jays of St. Joseph (Conn.).
LONGMEADOW, Mass.- Freshman midfielder Nicole Crossman (Winsted, Conn.) netted the lone goal for the Bay Path Wildcats topping Bay Path with two goals for her young collegiate career. Bay Path fell 7-1 to the Badgers of Johnson State College in the afternoon NCAA DIII regional women’s soccer match at Ryan Field.
LONGMEADOW, Mass.— Freshman keeper Marina Rhodes (Providence, R.I.) made 18 saves for the Wildcats despite a 7-0 loss for Bay Path falling to regional opponent Albertus Magnus today at Ryan Field in their 2011 home opener.
NEWTON, Mass. - Mount Ida College freshman forward Sierra Legge (Schodack Landing, NY/Maple Hill) netted a hat trick also adding one assist in a 5-1 non-conference victory against visiting Bay Path College Thursday afternoon in Newton, Massachusetts to kick-off the 2011 fall season. Wildcat Freshman Nicole Crossman (Winsted, CT/The Gilbert School) scored their lone goal. The Mustangs improve to an overall record of 1-0-0 while the Wildcats fall to 0-0-1.
Lesley College and Mitchell College placed one-two atop the NECC women's soccer coaches poll in a vote conducted by the league's coaches. Lesley earned 96 points and received seven first place votes while Mitchell placed second with 90 points and three first place votes.