Women win their first home game: The Seawolves shut out the Dalhousie Agricultural Campus Rams

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The UNBSJ women’s soccer team played a fantastic game against the Dalhousie Agricultural Campus Rams (DAC) on Sept. 23, winning their first home game of the season.

The Rams made many attempts on net throughout the first half of the game but they were all thwarted by keeper, Rebecca Snow.

Seawolves player number 11, Cara Savoie, made the first goal of the game midway through the first half. Zoe Britt, number 18, followed with a goal off a direct free kick. Before halftime Britt made her second goal of the game bringing the score to 3-0 for UNBSJ.

In the second half UNBSJ player number 17, Annick McManus, made her first goal of the game. Savoie made her second goal of the game shortly after and McManus also made her second goal of the game.

Savoie, Britt, and McManus owned the game all making two goals each and winning the match for their team with a final score of 6-0.


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