WATERVILLE, Maine – The Thomas College women's soccer team earned a 2-0 victory over North Atlantic Conference (NAC) opponent Lyndon State College on Saturday afternoon at Smith Field for the Terriers' senior day.
The Terriers improve to 4-9 (3-4 NAC) while the Hornets remain winless at 0-11-1 (0-7-1 NAC).
Despite a scoreless first half, the Terriers held a 7-2 advantage in shots on goal and five corner opportunities.
Thomas broke the tie early into the second half in the 48th minute as Taznae Fubler (Smiths, Bermuda) sent a through ball to Makenzie Carlow (Winslow, Maine). Carlow chipped the ball up over Hornet keeper Victoria McCormack for a 1-0 lead.
The Terriers added an insurance marker later on in the 68th as Taylor Peno (Hooksett, N.H.) sent in Nikki Bradstreet (Topsham, Maine) who finished for her second goal of the season, ending the game at 2-0.
Kayla Gordon (Wiscasset, Maine) stopped all three shots in the win for the Terriers while McCormack made one save in the effort.
Thomas outshot the Hornets 17-4 and led 10-2 in corner chances. Sarah Gerry held all three of Lyndon's shots on goal in the contest.
The Terriers will play host to Saint Joseph's (Maine) on Wednesday, October 18 in a 7:00 p.m. matchup at Smith Field.