FARMINGTON, Maine – The Thomas College women's soccer team fell to North Atlantic Conference (NAC) opponent University of Maine at Farmington, 5-0, on Saturday afternoon at Leib Field.
In the defeat, the Terriers drop to 2-8 (1-3 NAC) on the season while the Beavers improve to the .500 mark at 4-4 (2-1 NAC).
The Beavers offense took over early in the contest as they scored three goals in the first 22 minutes of play. Kaiti Kinney opened the scoring at the 9th minute on a feed from Lydia Roy. Roy added two goals of her own in the 10th and 23rd minute to bring the lead to 3-0. Amber McKenzie notched one more goal before the half to take a 4-0 lead at the break.
UMF finished the scoring in the 73rd as McKenna Brodeur ended the game at 5-0. The Terriers were able to get two shots on goal in the second half from Emily Dufour (Waterville, Maine) and Sam Cleaves (Windham, Maine).
Nikki Bradstreet (Topsham, Maine) took the loss in goal for Thomas stopping seven shots while Kiana Thompson earned the win for UMF with two saves.
The Beavers outshot Thomas 15-3 while the two teams were an even 2-2 in corners.
The Terriers will host Castleton University on Saturday, October 7 for a 1:00 p.m. matchup at Smith Field.