WSU women’s soccer rolls to 13-0-1

The undefeated Westfield women’s soccer team continues to receive strong play from its bench, including sophomore midfielder Emily Malone (No. 25). (Photo by Mickey Curtis)

WESTFIELD – The record-setting Westfield State University women’s soccer team remained undefeated by rolling to a 4-0 victory over MCLA on Saturday evening.
Westfield is now 13-0-1 as it tied a school record for consecutive victories in a season with nine. The Owls set a school record by registering their sixth consecutive shutout; they have allowed just six goals in 14 games.
Westfield remains in first place in the Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference with a 5-0 record. MCLA is 2-3 in the MASCAC and 5-8 overall.
Individually, Kayley Miller (Ludlow) continued her spectacular senior season by tallying a goal and an assist vs. the Trailblazers. Miller has 40 points (16 goals, 8 assists) this season, two shy of the single-season school record she holds with Meg Gearin. Miller scored 42 points last season and Gearin scored 42 in 2009.
Also, Miller moved past Gearin into second place on the Owls’ all-time scoring list with 110 points. Ludlow native Sandy Pinto (1998) is the leader with 116 career points.
Westfield scored two goals in both halves vs. MCLA. Freshman Ashley Bovat of Westfield High School scored the game-winning goal in the ninth minute with an assist from sophomore Ashleigh Chretien. Miller scored in the 37th minute with an assist from freshman Melissa Kulik.
The Owls scored two quick goals early in the second half to put away the game. Senior Brittanie McGregor, Westfield’s second leading scorer with 24 points, scored in the 46th minute with an assist from sophomore transfer Colie Sambrook. Exactly a minute later, Chretien capped the scoring with a feed from Miller.
Westfield outshot MCLA, 23-4. Goalie Danielle Heinsohn had eight saves for the Trailblazers.

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