Waterville, Maine – UMaine-Farmington's women's soccer team fell to Colby College by a score of 3-1 on Severns Field in a non-conference matchup Wednesday night.
BY THE NUMBERS
The Chargers outshot the Beavers 29-4 with 18 in the first half and 11 shots in the second half. The Beavers had four shots in the second half. Kiana Thompson (5-7) made 17 saves in the match on 20 shots. Shannon Gray (2-0-1) made two saves on three shots. Colby had nine corner kicks to UMF's one.
HOW IT HAPPENED
The Chargers got on the board first at the 21:16-minute mark when Olivia Greif crossed one into the box and found Emily Martin. Martin then took a shot from about 10 yards out and found the back of the net. Almost 20 minutes later, Ally Ingraham scored after Hannah Brozdowski passed one from the left side to Ingraham.
The Beavers got on the board midway through the second half when McKenna Brodeur scored on a breakaway and beat the keeper to the right side.
With three minutes to go, Hannah Brozdowski scored her second goal of the game to give the Chargers the 3-1 victory.
The Beavers will be on the road on Saturday at Johnson St. for a 1:00 p.m. start time.