Buffalo Seminary took the trip toward Niagara Falls to finish their season against Niagara Catholic on a high note. Factors from the beginning played against both teams. The field which would have been unplayable on any other day due to standing water, was still played on due to this being the final day of the season. In addition, after having several days of warm weather, this day was a chilly damp afternoon. Determined to do all they were able on their final game of the season the defensive Captains, Senior Co-Captain Juliette Brown and Sophomore Assistant Captain Natalie Voos shut down the offensive strikes by Niagara Catholic again and again. Unfortunately Niagara Catholic's goalie and defense were also up for the task, leaving the final score after overtime 0-0.
With another season under the belt there were many highlights from the play of the ladies. International student Sophomore Brenda Zhang scored her first career goal against Niagara Catholic. Freshman Nyamana Byaombe started out her goal scoring career with a hat-trick against Hutch Tech and finished the season with six goals. Freshman Zoe Martin also got her first goal of her high school career. In addition Sophomore Assistant Captain Natalie Voos posted 5 shutouts on the season and an exceptional goals-against average. Sophomore Sarah Obletz added to her career totals and finished the season leading the team with 16 goals.
Lone Senior Co-Captain Juliette Brown finished her storied career at Buffalo Seminary with playing every minute of every game, scoring three goals and most importantly being awarded the South Division's Most Valuable Player award. Out of the over 100 players in the South Division, it was determined by the seven head coaches, that Juliette Brown was the Most Valuable of any player to her team and their successes. Juliette also went on to play in the Exceptional Seniors game representing Buffalo Seminary for the first time in the end of the year competition. Juliette was on the winning side of that game with the score 6-2.