WSU stays unbeaten; Miller nets 100th point

Kayley Miller receives the game ball from Westfield State athletics director Richard Lenfest after scoring her 100th career point. (Photo by Mickey Curtis)

WESTFIELD – Senior forward Kayley Miller (Ludlow) scored both goals and her 100th career point to power the undefeated Westfield State University women’s soccer team to a 2-0 victory over Trinity College in non-conference action on Wednesday evening, Oct. 3.
The unbeaten Owls boosted their record to 11-0-1 heading into Saturday’s conference clash at Salem State. Trinity, a member of the powerful New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC), holds a 4-5 record.
Miller became the fifth Westfield State women’s soccer player to reach the magic milestone and she now ranks fourth on the all-time scoring charts with 103 points.
Ludlow native Sandy Pinto (Class of 1998), who led the Owls to their first ever MASCAC crown in 1997 and who will be inducted into the WSU Athletics Hall of Fame later this month, ranks first with 116 points.
Miller scored the game-winning goal and notched her 100th career point in the 30th minute by blasting a shot into the far corner of the net. Sophomore Sarah Sypek (Westhampton/Hampshire Regional) set up the goal with a nice pass in traffic in the middle of the field.
Miller teamed up with senior Brittanie McGregor (Ludlow) for an insurance goal in the 58th minute on a highlight film play. McGregor lofted a perfect pass to Miller near the top of the box and she blasted a booming shot well under the crossbar.
Westfield outshot Trinity, 18-7. Players from both teams made excellent defensive blocks on shots at the goal. Trinity keeper Monica DiFiori was credited with six saves.

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