PSU Womens Soccer powers past Green Mountain
POULTNEY, Vt. - Senior Lauren Lavery (Nashua, N.H.) and junior Rebecca Wilson (Clinton, Conn.) scored three goals apiece Saturday afternoon to lead Plymouth State University to an 8-2 victory over Green Mountain College in a non-conference women's soccer game.
Junior Rachel Kindl (Granby, Conn.) and sophomore Sarah Pandiscio (Simsbury, Conn.) added solo goals for the Panthers, who improved to 2-0-1 on the season. The Eagles dropped their second straight and dipped to 0-2.
Six of the game's 10 goals were scored in the first 10 minutes, four by Plymouth State and two by Green Mountain. The teams then went almost 50 minutes until another goal was scored when Wilson scored her second of the game to make it 5-2. Lavery finished off her hat trick with a pair of second half goals, and Wilson rounded out the scoring with 10 minutes to play to complete her hat trick.
PSU finished with a 29-5 advantage in shots and 9-5 margin in corner kicks.
The Panthers used three keepers in the game. Sophomore Stephanie Regina (Howell, N.J.) started but came out with an injury after eight minutes. Classmate Angelina LaBroad (Hampton, N.H.) played the majority of time for the Panthers, and freshman Sarah Pomeroy (Lakeville, Mass.) made her first appearance of the season off the bench for the final 14 minutes.
Plymouth State plays its third straight road game this Tuesday at Colby-Sawyer (4:00 p.m.) Green Mountain plays Wednesday at New England College (4:00 p.m.)
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