BOSTON – Junior goalkeeper Madison Boucher (Southampton, Mass.) turned aside 11 shots between the pipes, but the Leopards were able to sneak in three scores at home on Sunday, shutting out UMass Dartmouth Women's Soccer by a 3-0 score.
Score: Wentworth 3, UMass Dartmouth 0
Records: Wentworth 2-0-0 | UMass Dartmouth 1-1-0
How it Happened
The Leopards seized control right from the beginning, managing three shots in the opening 10 minutes until Amanda Weinberger put in her second goal of the season off a corner kick by Emily Richard.
At 35:48, Wentworth upped the advantage to two, capitalizing on a shot to the upper left corner by Mykaela Scarpace. Heading into half, the Leopards held an 11-2 advantage in shots.
Boucher kept the damage to a minimum when play resumed, adding seven more saves to her total of four from the first half until the 86th minute, when Wentworth's Taylor Patti sent a long bomb from 30 yards out into the top right corner.
UMass Dartmouth saw a last-second chance to negate the shutout from freshman Jennifer Woehl (Middletown, R.I.), but the shot missed wide right.
Inside the Numbers
- Boucher's 11 stops marked a new career-high, bettering her previous mark of 10 which she registered as a freshman against Springfield.
- On the game, the Leopards outshot the Corsairs 22-5, gathering three corner kicks to UMass Dartmouth's one.
- Five different Corsairs posted shots, with seniors Talia D'Ambruoso (Warwick, R.I.) and Lucy Jensen (Boxborough, Mass.) putting shots on goal.
- The Leopards avenge a 4-3 loss from the last time the two programs met in 2013.
UMass Dartmouth will play in game three of a four-game road streak on Thursday, making the short trek to Newport, R.I. to play Salve Regina at 3:30 p.m.