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St. Joseph’s Maddie Fried to miss Monday’s game with undisclosed injury

St. Joseph’s Maddie Fried to miss Monday’s game with undisclosed injury

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St. Joseph All-American forward Maddie Fried will not play Monday evening against Fairfield Warde, St. Joseph coach Jack Nogueira said Sunday evening.

Nogueira confirmed in a text message that Fried would be out for the Cadets’ second game Monday night after an undisclosed injury she suffered in the season opener against Trumbull last Thursday. Fried, who scored earlier in the game, went head over heels on a hard slide tackle.

Nogueira would not disclose the nature of the injury. He did say Fried, who will play at Villanova next season, would also miss Tuesday’s scheduled game against Fairfield Ludlowe.

Fried finished with 27 goals and 17 assists last season for the Cadets to earn GameTimeCT Player of the Year laurels.

About Joe Morelli

Joe Morelli is the schools sports editor for New Haven Register and GameTimeCT. Email him at jmorelli@nhregister.com

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