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Bowdoin College field hockey 5 vs UM-Farmington 0

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BRUNSWICK, Maine – The Bowdoin field hockey team shut out visiting University of Maine-Farmington 5-0 on Wednesday night.

The second-ranked Polar Bears (8-1) tallied two goals in the opening half and added three in the second to hand the Beavers (6-2) their second loss of the season.

The Polar Bears pressured through the opening minutes of play, finally breaking through 9:44 into the first half. Mettler Growney crossed a ball from high on the right side, through traffic, to Kimmy Ganong on the opposite post. Ganong slapped in the feed to take the 1-0 lead.

Bowdoin scored four minutes later, successfully converting on a penalty corner. Johna Cookinserted to Elizabeth Bennewitz at the top of the circle. Bennewitz teed up a drive that bested Patty Smith to double Bowdoin’s lead.

Three minutes into the second half, Kara Finnerty scored on a solo effort in the circle. Finnerty weaved through several UMF defenders before finding the back of the cage with a close-range shot.

Juliana Fiore finished off a fast cross by Ganong on the right post. Fiore tracked the ball as it was nearing the end line and brought it back into play for a hard low-angle shot 11 minutes into the half.

Ganong scored the final goal of the game 16 minutes into the second half, burying a rebound off the pads.

Smith started the evening in net for the Beavers and tallied 13 saves in 46 minutes of work. Alyssa Arsenault made six saves in relief.

Clara Belitz started in net for the Polar Bears, with Liz Rill playing the final 18 minutes with a pair of saves

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