Friday, March 30, 2012
Before they head off to Japan to play the #1 ranked United States Womens' Soccer Team in the Challenge Cup, the Brazilian Women's National Soccer team played an exhibition game in Framingham.
Ranked fourth in the world, the Brazilian national women's soccer team played an exhibition game at Bowditch Field, minus their star player Marta Vieira da Silva. The 2012 Summer Olympic-bound Brazilian team defeated Franklin Pierce, a Division II college team from New Hampshire, 9-0 in an exhibition game. With the wind whipping and temperatures in the mid 40s, youth soccer players and their families and members of the Brazilian community watched a World Cup caliber team Thursday afternoon. Covered in blankets and waving green & yellow flags, locals cheered on the Brazilian national team. That game hosted by the New England Revolution was a warmup for both teams, which are expected to compete in the 2012 Summer Olympics in London. Five-…
Thursday, March 29, 2012
Framingham Board of Health voted unanimously to revoke HoMei Seafood's food permit citing numerous code violations.
Our daily column, 5 Things You Need to Know Today, will help you to get your day started and offer you some fodder for water cooler conversation. 1. Bowditch Field will host an exhibition soccer game between Franklin Pierce College and the Brazilian Women's National soccer team at 3:30 p.m. today. Former Franklin Pierce soccer player Gabriela Demoner, a four-time All-American for the Ravens from 2006-09, is a member of the Brazilian team. Demoner, from Vitoria, Brazil, posted 32 goals and eight assists her senior year at FPU. She was poised to be a part of Brazil’s 2011 World Cup team before suffering an injury, reported the Keene Sentinel. Demoner and Brazil will face the United States and Japan in the upcoming Challenge Cup. The request …
Tuesday, March 27, 2012
There will be a scrimmage between the Brazilian Women’s National Soccer Team and Franklin Pierce College at Bowditch Field.
Bowditch Field will play host to the Brazilian women’s national soccert eam Thursday, said Parks & Recreation Director Bob Merusi. There will be a scrimmage between the Brazilian women’s national soccer team and Franklin Pierce College at 3:30 pm. Admission is free.