WATERVILLE, Maine – The Thomas College women's soccer team produced their highest offensive output of the season, defeating Northern Vermont University-Johnson 10-0 in a North Atlantic Conference (NAC) game on Sunday afternoon at Smith Field.
Katherine Hoving (Bristol, Maine) scored her first of four goals just three minutes in to grab an early 1-0 lead. Madison Cantara (Biddeford, Maine) notched a score in the ninth minute, extending the lead to 2-0. Nikki Bradstreet (Topsham, Maine) got on the board in the 11th minute, netting a feed from Hoving for the 3-0 lead. Hoving scored twice in seven minutes, giving the Terriers a 5-0 edge 22 minutes in. Cantara put the Terriers up 6-0 at the half with her second of the game in the 27th minute.
Hoving capped off her day with her fourth goal seven minutes into the second half to make it 7-0. Taylor Peno (Hookset, N.H.) scored her first goal of the season and second of her career in the 59th minute, netting a penalty kick. Maddy Noyes (Gardiner, Maine) also scored her first of the year and second of her career in the 73rd minute. Molly Walker (South Berwick, Maine) scored her first career goal in the final minutes to make it a 10-0 win for Thomas.
Thomas will host SUNY Delhi in a NAC game on Saturday, October 19 as part of Homecoming and Family Weekend at 3:30 PM on Smith Field.