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Contact: William Sodoma
Date: September 26, 2009
WATERVILLE, Maine --- Lindsay Davies (Greenwich, Conn.) scored two second-half goals to offset two scores by Colby College's Heather Quadir (Medfield, Mass.) as the Williams College field hockey team held on for a 4-3 win over the Mules at Bill Alfond Field on Saturday.
Williams is 3-2 overall and 3-0 in the conference, while the Mules are 3-2 overall and 1-2 in the conference. Colby has scored three goals in all three of its conference games, but have suffered two 4-3 losses.
The Ephs led 2-0 at halftime on goals by Lucy Rollins (Rye, N.Y.) at 11:48 and then Whitney Thayer (Lancaster, Pa.) off a penalty corner at 19:46.
Quadir scored just 25 seconds into the second half off an assist from Lucy Gerrity (Cumberland, Maine) to cut the margin in half.
Davies, though, tallied at 40:43 and 45:33 to make it 4-1. She got the second goal off the second assist on the day from Alice Bearn (Bethlehem, Pa.).
Quadir cut the lead in half again on an unassisted goal with 9:14 to play to give her seven goals on the season. The Mules tallied with just 1.4 seconds left on a penalty corner when Courtney Erskine (Turner, Maine) got her third goal.
Both goalies played well despite the amount of goals. Katrina Tulla (New Canaan, Conn.) made a number of fine stops in the second half when Colby put on a lot of pressure and finished with 12 saves. Meanwhile, Liz Fontaine (Wilbraham, Mass.) made 10 stops.
Williams 4, Colby 3
Williams............ 2 2 - 4
Colby............... 0 3 - 3
1. 11:48 WIL Lucy Rollins (2) (Alice Bearn)
2. 19:46 WIL Whitney Thayer (1) (Anne De saint phalle)
3. 35:25 COLFH09 Heather Quadir (6) (Lucy Gerrity)
4. 40:43 WIL Lindsay Davies (1) (Ariel Lyddane)
5. 45:33 WIL Lindsay Davies (2) (Alice Bearn)
6. 60:46 COLFH09 Heather Quadir (7) (unassisted)
7. 69:58 COLFH09 Courtney Erskine (3) (unassisted)
Shots: Williams 20, Colby 28. Saves: Williams 12 (Katrina Tulla 12), Colby 10 (Liz Fontaine 10)