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Marauders Rebound Against Windsor Lancers

A day after taking their first losses of the season, the Marauders returned to their home turf to take on the Windsor Lancers.

The women’s team started off the day’s action at Ron Joyce Stadium. The team would give up a goal nine minutes into the first half. McMaster had chances but were unable to tie the game up. It took until the 73rd minute when Steph Roberts picked up a ball that was bouncing through the box and potted it to tie the game.

Each team would get a could of quality chances but neither team could take the lead, ending the game knotted at one.

Both goaltenders were busy throughout the game as they saw double digit shots with the Marauders’ Deanna Persico making seven saves from eight shots on net. McMaster would have 11 shots in the game, with ten of them on net, four of which came off the foot of Lindsay Bosveld.

The women’s team now sits with a 0-1-3 record on the season, leaving them in sixth place with three points in the West division.

In the men’s game, the Marauders rolled to their third win of the season as they put up four goals against the Lancers.

Yordan Stoyanov got McMaster on the board first in the 17th minute, however Windsor tied it up in the 18th minute. The teams traded chances with Stoyanov having the best chance to take the lead late in the first half when Carlo Difeo found him down low but he put the ball over the bar. With a couple minutes to go in the first Yunus Mollayev put the Marauders in front for good.

Dusan Kovacevic added to the McMaster lead with a pair of goals in the 63rd and 78th minutes to seal the victory.

With the win, the men are in second place in the West division with a 3-1-0 record, one point behind the Guelph Gryphons.

The Marauders will now head to their first week of class and then prepare on the field for a road tilt next Saturday against the York Lions. The first game of the doubleheader goes at 6:00 pm at York Stadium.


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