The Holy Cross women’s soccer team will host its final two regular season home games this week, as the Crusaders host Colgate on Wednesday night before welcoming Army West Point to Worcester on Saturday.
Wednesday night’s game is the team’s Cancer Awareness Night, when the team will be collecting donations throughout the contest to benefit the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.
Sophomore goalkeeper Caroline Cashion has started all 14 games in net for the Crusaders. She has posted a save percentage of .783 with a 1.22 goals against average in that time. She earned her fifth shutout of the season in the 1-0 win over American.
Sophomore Kelly Crowley scored the first game-winning goal of her career as the Crusaders defeated American over the weekend.
Junior Ang Seslija leads the Holy Cross offense with six points on three goals this season.