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Contact: William Sodoma
Date: October 6, 2007
MIDDLETOWN, Conn. --- Colby College goaltender Jamie Enos made 20 saves to keep the Mules in the game, but Wesleyan University scored 13:40 into overtime to pull out a 2-1 win in New England Small College Athletic Conference field hockey play Saturday.
Wesleyan (5-4, 2-3 NESCAC) had a 26-9 advantage in shots. However, Enos is the leader in the NESCAC in saves per game and will see her average go up with her 20 stops.
After a scoreless first half, Wesleyan tallied first when Jamie Thabault scored about 15 minutes into the second half at 50:21.
The Mules (2-6, 0-5) answered back 2:19 later when Meryl Poulin scored her second goal of the season off an assist from Lexi Crook.
Maddie Rottman got the overtime goal off the second assist of the game from Allie Lynch.
Colby plays at Williams College at noon Sunday.
Wesleyan 2, Colby 1
50:21 WES Jamie Thabault (2) (Allie Lynch)
52:40 COL Meryl Poulin (2) (Lexi Crook)
83:40 WES Maddie Rottman (1) (Allie Lynch)
Shots: Colby 9, Wesleyan University 26; Saves: Colby 20 (Jamie Enos 20), Wesleyan University 7 (Breen McDonald 7)