The Trojans, who have won their last 13 games, will also be the No. 1 seed as they attempt to defend their title. Two victories last week added to their streak.
Hosting Notre Dame of Fairfield on Tuesday, May 7, the Trojans once again used not only a high-powered attack but a balanced one as well. They had 16 different players find the net as they scored often in a 20-5 win.
Rhemi Toth led the way with three goals. Lindsay Koch scored two, as did Morgan Moubayed, who also had two assists.
Caitlin Coates (one assist), Stef Buffa, Alex Fontaine, Fran Holmes (one assist), Ana Flooks, Amy Lautenslager, Caroline Anderson (one assist), Claire Levi, Caroline Maretz (one assist), Danielle DeCanio (one assist), Michaela Dyson (one assist), Jourdan Ferguson and Selena Lauria each scored a goal apiece.
Kristin Caolo made five saves in goal for Weston.
While the Trojans have made short work of most of the competition within the SWC so far this season they have gone outside their league to get some, as was the case last Friday when they traveled to West Hartford to face Northwest Catholic. Some strong defense also came into play as the Trojans added to their winning streak with a 15-8 victory.
Weston head coach Megan Borman praised the play of her starting defense, including Grace Mattison, Fontaine, Coates and Buffa, who turned away a number of threats by their opponent. Caolo, who had another big game in goal, made 12 saves.
Koch led Weston with a season-high nine goals. Moubayed scored four and also had four assists.
Thomson (one assist) and Holmes (four assists) scored one apiece. Flooks had one assist.
Weston, now 13-1, hosts Immaculate today (Thursday) at 7 p.m. in the final game of the regular season before playing in the semifinals on Tuesday at Penders Field in Stratford at a time and against an opponent to be determined.