Eagles Lose on the Road to Beavers
KENTS HILL, Maine – Freshman Jaclyn Langevin netted four goals and an assist as she helped pace the Beavers to a 12-3 North Atlantic Conference win over Green Mountain College on Saturday at Kents Hill School's Ted Alfond Field.
Sophomore Ayla Allen helped UMaine-Farmington (3-7, 1-3 NAC) with three goals of her own, while junior Maddi Kadnar tallied two goals. Sophomore Mara Balboni and freshman Alaina Shorey each charted a goal and an assist, while newcomer Maria Noyola added one goal. Freshman Danielle Conway was credited with an assist on Noyola's goal.
The Beavers jumped out to an 8-0 lead before the intermission. Langevin scored three of her four goals in the opening half, while Allen found the back of the net twice before the break.
Kadnar notched her second score of the day three-and-a-half minutes into the second half, and Allen scored her third of the afternoon at the 24:02 mark of the half to set the program's career goals record.
Balboni quickly extended UMaine-Farmington's lead to 11-0, before Green Mountain rattled off three straight goals in the span of just over seven minutes.
Green Mountain got on the board at the 20:39 mark of the second half when Colpitts notched an unassisted marker. Douglas made it back-to-back goals on a free position goal and Colpitts canned her second of the day with another unassisted goal.
Langevin capped the scoring with her final goal with 12:05 remaining on the clock.
Senor Hannah Goodenow recorded 15 saves in the UMaine-Farmington goal, while Virginia Anderson (Silver Spring, Md.) recorded 14 stops. The Beavers outshot the Eagles, 38-30, during the game, and had a slim 21-19 advantage in ground balls.
Green Mountain continues its two-game swing through Maine on Sunday, April 13, when it faces Husson at 1:00 p.m. UMaine-Farmington will also return to action against Husson, but will wait until Wednesday, April 16, when it travels to Bangor, Maine, for a 5:00 p.m. contest.