Calvert Scores 10th in Conference Loss to Framingham


BUZZARDS BAY, Mass — Maritime men’s soccer took on Framingham State at home in conference play on Friday evening. With the Bucs looking for their first conference win of the season and Framingham looking to solidify a spot in the MASCAC playoffs, the Rams were victorious 3-1.

The Basics

Final: Rams 3, Buccaneers 1

Records: Framingham (7-7-1, 3-3-0)

               Maritime (2-10-2, 0-5-1)

Inside The Numbers


  • Brody Calvert scored his 10th goal of the season on a penalty late in the match.
  • Goalkeeper Kaden Winter made four saves and allowed three goals.
  • In total, Maritime took 19 shots, seven on target, and earned nine corner kicks that all came in the second half.


  • Jeffson Malachie scored his first goal of the season in the win that went on to be the game winner.
  • Kunphel Sinha scored his fourth goal of the season and Arthur Santos Da Silva scored his first of the season in the match.
  • Gustav Hemmingson and Santos Da Silva were each credited with an assist in the game.
  • Goalkeeper Matheus Rodriguez made six saves and allowed the Calvert goal.
  • In total, Framingham took 17 shots, seven on target and had two corners in the victory.

How It Happened

Maritime held off the Rams for the first half of the first half though they allowed eight shots. Maritime took four shots of their own trying to break through early. In the 26th minute, Sinha scored to put the Rams on the board and give them a 1-0 lead. The first half ended with Framingham leading 1-0.

In the second half, much like the first half, both teams took their chances, especially the Bucs with 15 shots in the second 45 minutes. It took more than 30 minutes but the Rams eventually extended their lead to 2-0 on Malachie’s first score of the season from Santos Da Silva. Santos Da Silva got a shot off that went off Winter and right to the foot of Malachie and he dribbled in to score. In the 84th, on a misplay by the Buccaneers defense, Santos Da Silva recorded his first goal of the season to give the Rams a 3-0 advantage. The Bucs didn’t go away, continuing to attack up the middle. In the 86th minute, a Buccaneer was taken down in the box and the referee pointed to the penalty spot. Calvert stepped up and buried his 10th goal of the season to make the score 3-1. Framingham held on for the last five minutes and earned the 3-1 conference win over Maritime.

What’s Next

The Buccaneers are back home on Tuesday, October 24th to play UMass Dartmouth at Clean Harbors Stadium at 7pm.

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