Three teams are in action on this Tuesday as the men's and women's soccer teams play non-conference games and the volleyball team hosts Smith tonight. See below for info on how to follow these games live later today.
Women's Soccer @ Connecticut College, 4 p.m.
The Bears split two games last week winning against Mass. Maritime 2-1 and falling to Springfield 2-0 in their first NEWMAC game of the season. Coast Guard is now 4-2-0 on the season and 0-1-0 in NEWMAC play.
Freshmen Kali Borden and Olivia Holt each scored second half goals lifting Coast Guard to a 2-1 victory over Massachusetts Maritime and a school record 4-1 start to the season Tuesday night. The Bears improved to 8-0 all time against the Buccaneers.
Freshman Rachel Boohar made a career high 13 saves, but a goal in each half gave Springfield the 2-0 victory over Coast Guard in both teams NEWMAC opener. Boohar's 13 saves on the day is the most since the 2013 season when Devin Fellman made 13 saves in a 3-0 loss to Saint Joeseph (Conn.).
Senior Sarah Hills and junior Terry Netusil have led the way for Coast Guard this year Hills leads the team with 10 points on the year with four goals and two assists while Netusil is tied with Hills for the team lead in goals with four.
Freshman goalkeeper Rachel Boohar has played well this season posting a 4-2 record allowing five goals and has posted a 1.33 goals against average and a .800 save percentage. She is third in the conference with 32 saves on the year.
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Men's Soccer vs. Endicott, 7 p.m.
The Bears played to two tough losses this past week as they fell to Conn. College 2-0 and to Babson College 1-0 in their first NEWMAC game of the season falling to 1-5-0 overall and 0-1-0 in New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) play.
In the 38th annual Whale Cup the Bears were undone by two unlucky own goals less than two minutes apart from each other in the first half.
Coast Guard then hosted the Beavers on Saturday in their first NEWMAC game of the season. Freshman Garret MaGill hit the post in the second half and junior Kyle Phillips header on goal was turned away by a Babson defender. Senior Tyler Carlos took advantage of an errant clearance by Coast Guard a drove a shot into the back of the net to seal the 1-0 victory for the Beavers.
Freshman William Bragaw has started the last three games for the Bears allowing four goals, and posting a 1.42 goals against average and .600 save percentage.
Volleyball vs. Smith, 7 p.m.
Coast Guard looks to snap its four game losing streak tonight when they host Smith at 7 p.m. Coast Guard is 4-4 overall and 0-2 in conference play. Senior Ashley Dumont leads the team with 67 kills, while sophomore Summer Adams (49 kills) and classmate Madison Scott (47 kills) are among the team leaders. Sophomore Michelle McGill leads the team with 71 digs and 16 aces while senior Maggie Hine has a team-high 171 assists while Scott has a team-high 19 blocks.
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