BANGOR, Maine.- The Husson University women's soccer team (0-4-0) fell to the Colby College Mules (2-1-0) by the final score of 5-0 at Boucher Field on Wednesday night.
Colby jumped out to a 2-0 lead as Katherine Gillespie scored the opener in the 25th minute off a foul called just outside the goal box. Olivia Greif followed suit barely 60 seconds later with her first point of the night, launching the ball towards the corner, assisted by Sarah Lofstrom.
The Mules kicked off the second half with Greif's second finish, off a pass from Mary Farnkoff to give Colby the 3-0 lead. Hannah Brozdowski added a cushioning fourth goal for the Mules, capitalizing on a rebounded shot by Juliette Nadeau that was saved by Sami Ireland in net, in the 68th minute. Loftstrom concluded the scoring Wednesdey evening just seconds before Riana Winslow relieved Ireland in net for the Eagles. Barely two minutes after stepping onto the field, Winslow was tested with a rifle of a shot to the near post as she earned her lone save of the night.
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Ireland started in net, recording nine saves in 74:36 for the Eagles, until Winslow closed out the match in between the posts. Dani Lonati saw only one shot on goal from the Eagles.
Colby held the advantage in corner kicks, 6-1, and overall shots, 27-3.
The Eagles will kick off conference play with a long trip to Canton, New York to take on the Kangaroos of SUNY-Canton for an 11:00 AM kickoff on Saturday, September 15th.