Shots (on goal)
New Rochelle, New York – The ASA Avengers women's soccer team travels to Monroe College to play against the Monroe Mustang for the final game of the 2018 regular season. The last time the women's soccer team played against Monroe this season, the team lost 8-1. This time around, the Avengers lost the game with a score of 0-7. During the game, the Avengers attempted 6 shots on goals, while the goalkeeper made 13 saves. "I give them [Monroe College] the utmost respect, and I wish them the best of luck," said women's soccer head coach Jon Panella. "I like to thank the girls for the hard work they put in all season long." This wraps up the 2018 NJCAA season for the women's soccer team. The women's soccer team ends the season with a record of 2-4.
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