Plymouth, N.H – UMaine-Farmington's women's soccer team battled Plymouth State on Saturday afternoon to open their season.
BY THE NUMBERS
- UMaine-Farmington was outshot 29 to two in the game while the Beavers had 15 total saves.
- Plymouth St. had 10 corner kicks as the Beavers had three.
- Callie Hammer made 15 saves for the Beavers after facing 17 shots. Cat Robbins made one save for the Panthers.
HOW IT HAPPENED
- Sofia Karlsson scored the opening goal late in the first half for the Panthers after Maya Golowasch passed one through the middle.
- Emily Boyle tied the game in the opening 15 minutes of the second half with the assist from McKenna Brodeur.
- Four minutes later, Jordan Meier scored the second Panther goal to give Plymouth St. the 2-1 victory.
The Beavers will be back in action tomorrow at the University of Southern Maine for a 1:00 PM kick-off.