Rams Fall to #11 Dickinson in First Round of NCAA's

Mackenzie Caterina fighting for the ball at NCAA's
Mackenzie Caterina

#11 Dickinson - 3, Farmingdale State - 1

Amherst, Mass. - In the opening round of the 2019 NCAA Division III Women's Soccer Championship this afternoon, Farmingdale State was defeated by #11 Dickinson, 3-1. The Rams end their season 14-6-3 overall, while the Red Devil have advanced to the second round and will play host-school Amherst on Sunday at 1:00 p.m.

Dickinson (15-2-4) opened the scoring early as senior midfielder Addy Zandi (West Chester, Penn.) set up sophomore midfielder Charlotte Glancey (Princeton, N.J.) for a goal in the 13th minute.

With 15 minutes remaining in the first half, the Rams controlled play as they recorded four shots and three corner kicks in a six-minute span. 

In the 37th minute, Farmingdale State was able to score as senior midfielder Edasia Martinez (Brentwood, N.Y.) recorded a goal off a rebounded shot to knot the game at 1-1.

The game remained 1-1 until the 78th minute when freshman forward Meg Tate (Carlisle, Penn.) tallied an unassisted goal to put Dickinson in front, 2-1.

The Red Devil added another goal from Tate just 3:19 later to take a 3-1 advantage.

Neither team recorded a shot the rest of the way as Dickinson earned the 3-1 victory.

FSC senior goalkeeper Daniella Ford (Elmont, N.Y.) stopped nine shots in the loss, while sophomore goalie Carli Boyer (Silver Spring, Md.) made six saves for the Red Devil.


Interview with Head Coach Chris Roche and Daniella Ford