The Massachusetts women’s soccer team begins the Atlantic 10 tournament this Thursday against Saint Bonaventure and will hope to receive continued contributions from seniors Deanna Colarossi and Julie Morrissey, as well as from freshman Tori Sousa.
Seniors Deanna Colarossi and Julie Morrissey are the driving forces behind the Massachusetts women’s soccer team’s offensive output recently.
After winning all three games of its homestand, the Massachusetts women’s soccer team will travel to Dartmouth to play the Big Green on Burnham Field on Tuesday night.
The Massachusetts women’s soccer team won their third-straight game Thursday at Rudd Field thanks to senior Deanna Colarossi’s header in extra time.
The Massachusetts women’s soccer team has not had much success on corner kicks this season, but it used one on Thursday to defeat Brown, 1-0, in extra time at Rudd Field.
In order for the Minutewomen to be successful in the A-10 tournament, UMass will have to be consistent on both ends of the field. Therese Smith and Deeanna Colarossi hope to be successful on the offensive side of the ball.
Following a hat trick by Deanna Colarossi, the Massachusetts women’s soccer team topped off a 5-0 performance against Temple with an overtime win against Saint Joseph’s in its last home game of the season.
The Massachusetts women’s soccer team followed up a come-from-behind win on Friday against New Hampshire with a 4-0 shutout over Fairfield on Sunday. The Minutewomen are currently 3-2-0 on the season.