Women's Soccer Places Four on All-MASCAC Conference Team SALEM, MASS. – Midfielder Ashley Leboeuf (Dracut, Mass.) and defender Kaitlyn Curley (Wilmington, Mass.) were each named to the 2018 Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference First Team while Colleen Hurley (Braintree, Mass.) and Ceara Kelly (Holbrook, Mass.) earned second team honors as announced by the league on Wednesday. Leboeuf is appearing on the first team for the second consecutive season after scoring five goals and and an assist – 11 points while starting in all 19 games for Salem State, which finished 6-11-2 and in fifth place in the MASCAC, but earned a trip to the conference finals after upsetting top seed Worcester State in a shootout. Full Story
Vikings Advance to MASCAC Championship Game, Defeat Top Seed Worcester State In Penalty Shootout Win WORCESTER, Mass. - #5 Salem State advanced to the Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference (MASCAC) Championship game against #2 Westfield State with a shootout win over top seed Worcester State in penalty kicks in the semifinals of the MASCAC Tournament at Coughlin Field on Friday evening. Full Story
McFall Scores Twice in Salem State's 3-0 Quarterfinal Win Framingham, Mass.— Salem State junior Casey McFall (Wilmington, Mass.) scored a goal in each half to lead #5 seeded Vikings to a 3-0 win over # 4 seed Framingham State in the MASCAC Women’s Soccer Quarterfinal on Tuesday evening at Maple Street Field. Full Story
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