Hoosac Valley Grad Rousseau Notches Assist in MCLA's Tie

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NORTH ADAMS, Mass. -- Gabe Dias scored in the 83rd minute Tuesday to give the MCLA men's soccer team a 1-1 tie with Union.
 
The Dutchmen scored in the 73rd minute to break a scoreless tie.
 
But 10 minutes later, Hoosac Valley graduate Colin Rousseau set up Dias for the qualizer.
 
Mount Greylock graduate Sam Edge made 10 saves in the Trailblazers' goal.
 
MCLA (1-4-1) hosts Westfield State on Friday.
 
Volleyball
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. -- New England College outscored MCLA, 15-13, in the fifth set to earn a 3-2 win on Tuesday night.
 
Chloe Garber recorded 19 kills to lead MCLA, which got three kills from Wahconah graduate Kelsey LaFreniere.
 
MCLA (4-3) hosts Massachusetts Maritime on Saturday.
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MCLA Women's Soccer Falls in OT

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NORTH ADAMS, Mass. -- Salem State's Jasmine Moran scored the game's only goal in overtime to lift the visiting Vikings to a hard fought 1-0 win over MCLA at Shewcraft Field Saturday afternoon.
 
Prior to the contest, MCLA (0-11-1, 0-5-1 MASCAC) honored their four seniors as part of Senior Day.  Honored prior to kickoff were Jess Halverson, Haley Rode, Jackie Murphy, and Maddie Gibney.
 
Both teams had some quality chances throughout the game but nobody could find the back of the net. In the opening half, MCLA's Claudia Bresett ripped a shot that went just high while Salem's Moran and Allie Vaillancourt also had good looks. At halftime, the game remained scoreless even though the Vikings (4-10, 3-2) held a 9-3 shot edge.
 
The second half was more of the same, but both keepers, MCLA's Mady Breese and Salem's Lily Pfefferle, each kept the zeroes on the board.
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