Tufts University 2, Connecticut College 0 Bilodeau Records Three Shots for Camels

Tufts University 2, Connecticut College 0 Bilodeau Records Three Shots for Camels
SOMERVILLE, Mass. - (Ciara Lawrence, Tufts University) Junior Carla Kruyff (Boca Raton, Fla.) scored both goals as the Tufts women's soccer team took a 2-0 NESCAC win over Connecticut College Saturday afternoon at Kraft Field. The win brings Tufts to 6-4 overall and 4-3 in conference play. The Camels fall to 3-4-2 and 1-3-1 in NESCAC.
 
The Jumbos tallied the only goal of the opening half, scoring in the 42nd minute as Kruyff blasted the ball right past the fingertips of the Connecticut College goalkeeper.  
 
Between the Camels corner and direct kick opportunities, the Jumbo back line held their ground to make sure nothing got through them for a 1-0 lead going into halftime.
 
In the 86th minute, Kruyff added an insurance goal on a corner. Kruyff was able to head it in for her second goal of the game and the 2-0 final.
 
Seniore Kristin Wright (Austin, Texas) made four saves in the shutout for the Jumbos. Bella Hall (Manhattan Beach, Calif.) took the loos for the Camels stopping four shots. Tufts held the advantage in shots 21-7. Both teams had four corners each.
 
Tufts will take a week off before travelling to Williams next Saturday at 12:00 p.m. for a NESCAC contest. Connecticut College will have a quick turnaround and play a conference game at Colby tomorrow at 11:00 a.m.
Camel Tracks-(Not Including Saturday's Contest at Tufts)

Connecticut College first year forward Annie Higgins (West Hartford, Conn.) and the Camels celebrated with their first league win against Bates College October 5. Annie delivered the game-winning assist to her sister Cathy with just 25 seconds remaining in regulation to lift the Camels to the 2-1 triumph on their home field.

Earlier in the week, Higgins scored her second goal of the season in a game at Eastern Connecticut State. Higgins ranks second on the squad in all three offensive categories with two goals and two assists for a total of six points. Senior Aina Torres (Barcelona, Spain) returned to the line-up October 5 and picked up right where she left off in 2012 with a timely goal in the first half of action. 

Rebecca Raymond (Lowell, Mass.) leads the club with three goals, one assist and seven points. Raymond ranks 10th (tied) in the league with 1.00 points per game is tied for eighth place in scoring with .43 goals per outing.  Morgan Cowie-Haskell (South Marshfield, Mass.) earned a first half assist October 5 and continues to lead the Camel defensive corps.

Rookie net-minder Bella Hall (Manhattan Beach, Calif.) is ranked seventh in NESCAC goals against average (1.12) and save percentage (.794) for the Camels.

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