|Central Maine Community College||Southern Maine CC|
SOUTH PORTLAND, Maine.— The Southern Maine Community College women’s soccer team earned their first Yankee Small College Conference (YSCC) victory Wednesday, Sept. 21 in its 10-1 rout of Central Maine Community College.
First-year Madison Simms (Naples, Maine) put SMCC in front 1-0 in the seventh minute of the match and the Lady SeaWolves did not look back. Sophomore Hannah Fields (Shapleigh, Maine) rattled off the next three consecutive goals; the captain would finish with four goals and three assists.
The goal of the match was courtesy of first-year Samantha Munson (South Portland, Maine) who finished a one-time blast over the head of the Mustang goal keeper. Munson finished with a hat trick, and sophomore Madelyn Wade (Brunswick, Maine) and first-year Taylor Currier (Naples, Maine) contributed with a goal apiece.
First-year goal keeper Kaylah Abdul notched four saves in the victory. SMCC improves to 1-1 in conference play and 3-3 overall.
Fields, with an 11-point performance in the match, recorded her 50th career point and tied SMCC Hall of Famer Kelly Maloney for second all-time in this category. Fields is also tied for first in the conference in goals (9), followed by Wade who ranks second (8).