Rams Fall 2-1 at Bryant

Photo Credit: Taylor Ross
Photo Credit: Taylor Ross

Starters: Brennan (GK), Brodeur, Haggerty, Bentick, Cabral, Goncalves, Waldron, Sengphilom, Schafer, Mayo, Osmanski
Substitutes: D'Anna, Bike, Reilly, Pignatelli

Starters: Dalton (GK), Irwin, Benz, Spangler, Manna, Gordon, Ratelle, Linden, Cronin, Diani, D'Amico
Substitutes: Kraemer, Rey, Michaud, Spiratos, Errasti, Nugent, McCarthy, Bortolotti, Rocker, Ralph, Smalls

Scoring Summary
4:03 - URI - Osmanski
34:40 - BRYANT - Kraemer (Smalls)
86:34 - BRYANT - D'Amico

How it Happened
Despite scoring in the first four minutes of play, Rhode Island dropped its second game of the season against Bryant Thursday afternoon.

Brooke Osmanski took advantage of a defensive miscommunication to get the Rams on the board for a quick 1-0 lead. The Bulldogs answered on a Lexi Kraemer goal assisted by Arin Smalls and the teams remained knotted for the remainder of the half.

The Rams had opportunities to score in the second half - including a header by Rebecca D'Anna - but Bryant goalkeeper Meghan Dalton made four of her seven stops in the second half.

The Bulldog's second goal came late in the half after Haley Brennan saved an initial shot by Cayla D'Amico. D'Amico used the rebound to get a shot just over Brennan's reach and Rhody could not answer in time, taking the eventual 2-1 loss.

Inside the Box Score

  • Sophomore Brooke Osmanski scored her second goal of the season.
  • Freshman Amanda Schafer led the Rams with four shots, three of which were on goal.
  • Sophomore Kaitlyn Sengphilom also had three shots on goal.
  • Senior goalkeeper Haley Brennan had four saves.
  • Bryant held the advantage in shots, 16-11.
  • Corner kicks were tied at 7-7.

Up Next
Rhody women's soccer invites you to bring your dogs to the game against Dartmouth on Sunday, August 26 at 1 p.m. All dogs must be on a leash and this waiver must be completed and signed. Proof of current rabies vaccination must be on the dogs collar and owners are responsible for the actions of their dogs