|Colby College||Connecticut College|
NEW LONDON, Conn.—Connecticut College senior All-American midfielder Pat
Devlin of Washington Crossing, Pa. scored a goal in each half to lead the Camels in a 3-1
victory against Colby College Sunday.
The Camels improved their record to 5-2 with the win while evening their mark at 2-2 in
the NESCAC. The Mules fell to 2-4- 1 and are 1-2- 1 in conference action.
Sophomore Christian Murphy (Newport News, Va.) chipped in with a goal and an assist
for the winning side.
The Camels jumped on top early when Murphy put in a header on a nice cross from
Ousmane Dieng (Brookly, N.Y.) just 35 seconds into regulation. In the 30 th minute, the
Camels extended their lead when Devlin unloaded with a 35 yard blast that found the
back of the net. The Camels built a 3-0 lead in the 61 st minute of play. Murphy won a
battled for the ball at the goal line and delivered a cross to Devlin on the right side. The
senior All-American knocked in his team-leading seventh goal of the season for the hosts.
Senior Brandon Fahlberg (Lowell, Mass.) nearly got one back in the 63 rd minute of action
but his free kick was saved by Connecticut College senior keeper Mark Cameron
Colby College finally got on the board in the 78 th minute when sophomore David
Howarth (Cinnaminson, N.J.) buried a penalty kick for the Mules.
But Connecticut College was able to keep the visitors off the scoreboard for the
remainder of the afternoon to hold on for the 3-1 victory.
Avery Gibson (Natick, Mass.) made one save in the setback for the visitors while
Cameron finished with three stops for the Camels.