FARMINGTON, Maine - University of Maine at Farmington dropped it's home opener today by a score of 3-0 to the University of Southern Maine on Prescott Field. After an evenly played first half that saw USM take a 1-0 into the break, the Huskies came out in the second half more offensive minded and scored two goals for the 3-0 win. The loss drops UMF to 1-2 and with the win, USM improves to 1-1.
INSIDE THE NUMBERS
- USM held an 11-2 advantage in total shots and 9-0 in the second half
- Shots on goal went to USM with a 6-2 advantage
- The Huskies had 10 penalty corners to UMF's 4
- UMF held a 3-2 edge in saves
HOW IT HAPPENED
- Sophomore Hayden Spencer scored her first career goal in the first to half giving USM a 1-0 halftime advantage.
- Senior Kerrigan Demers scored her first goal of the season five minutes into the second half.
- Emily Skvorak scored the last goal in the 63rd minute for the 3-0 final
- Kasey Talarico and Kyla Sturtevant both had one shot on goal to lead the Beavers offense
UMF returns to action when they travel to Wellesley College on Saturday, September 8th for 12 pm start.