CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - Despite a season that was heavily affected by injuries, Lesley University Women's soccer program has much to look forward to in 2007. The young squad of 9 first year players worked together to lead LU to a 2-15-2 overall mark. The lynx lost 3 matches in overtime and 3 matches by a margin of 2 goals or less.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - Jodi Fralick (Woburn, Mass.) and Lani Cabral-Pini (Wilmington, Mass.) became the first pair of teammates in Lesley's women's soccer program's history to be named to the NAC All-Conference Team. Fralick was named to the NAC's 1st Team All-Conference and Cabral-Pini was named to the NAC's 2nd Team All-Conference.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - Jodi Fralick (Woburn, Mass.) became the first athlete in the history of Lesley University to be named NAC Rookie of the Year for any sport. Fralick was named the 2006 NAC Women's Soccer Rookie of the Year.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - NAC women's soccer perennial powerhouse Bay Path College got a rude awaking call from Lesley as Bay Path barely escaped Cambridge with a 3-2 victory. The Lady Lynx have been an easy win for Bay Path in the past but the Lesley soccer program is changing for the better and Bay Path go their first taste of that last night.
VERMONT - Twelve goals in two games was too much for the Lesley Women's Soccer team to overcome in their first weekend trip to Vermont, as the Lynx lost 5-0 to Castleton State on Saturday, and 7-4 to Johnson State on Sunday in a pair of conference matches.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - Lesley University failed to capitalize on late game heroics by Maggie Surrena (Vestal, N.Y.) as they fall to Wheelock College 3-2 in overtime. The Lady Lynx certainly did make the game extremely interesting for the Lesley faithful.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - Lesley University overcame a 1-0 halftime deficit to Becker but were unable to find the game winner as they tied after 110 minutes of grueling soccer. With the tie the Lady Lynx ended their three game losing skid.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - Lesley University took a 1-0 lead into the half against Mount Ida College, but was unable to hold on as the Mustangs came back to win the game. Mount Ida got three second half goals as they defeated Lesley University 3-1.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - Freshman Jodi Fralick (Woburn, Mass.) continues to turn head in the North Atlantic Conference. In her first week playing collegiate soccer Fralick was named the North Atlantic Conference Player of the Week. This was the first time a Lesley soccer player had ever received that honor. For an encore Fralick was named the NAC's Rookie of the Week, also the first time that has happened in Lesley soccer history.
FARMINGTON, Me. - Jodi Fralick (Woburn, Mass.) gave Lesley University hope of beating the University of Maine Farmington for the first time in Lesley's history. Fralick buried a shot from over 50 feet out to give the Lady Lynx a 1-0 advantage in the 61st minute.
WATERVILLE, Me. - Thomas College needed an overtime and a hat trick from Karen Demers (Sanford, Me.) in order to finally put Lesley University away. Lesley University who has never beaten or even tied Thomas in the school's history was just nine minutes away from doing that when Demers buried the game winner off of a Heather Tatham (Manchester, N.H.) assist.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - The Lesley University women's soccer team officially has an undefeated streak, following their thrilling 4-3 victory over Mitchell College. The Lady Lynx have started off the season 2-0-1, with wins over Pine Manor College and Mitchell College, and a tie against Daniel Webster College.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - The Lesley University women's soccer team made a statement last night against Pine Manor College. They collectively said as a team that this going to be a completely different season with far different results. The Lady Lynx opened their 2006 season with a 7-0 win over Pine Manor College.