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Contact: William Sodoma
Date: September 30, 2006
WATERVILLE, Maine --- Dana Rye (Virginia Beach, Va.) scored with 11 minutes left in the game as the seventh-ranked Middlebury College field hockey team held on for a 3-2 win over Colby College on Bill Alfond Field on Saturday.
The Panthers (6-0, 4-0 NESCAC) led 2-1 at halftime, but Colby's Mary Clare Snediker (New Canaan, Conn.) tallied off an assist from Chelsea Rosenheimer (Nashotah, Wisc.) off a penalty corner with 22:37 left in the second half.
Rye's goal came off an assist from Lacey Farrell (Greenwich, Conn.).
Colby (1-4, 0-4) scored first when Chrissy Maloney (Wellesley, Mass.) tallied just 5:01 into the game off a pass from Jess Egan (Medfield, Mass.). However, the Panthers went ahead at the break on goals by Farrell and Reid Berrien (Westport, Conn.).
Middlebury keeper Meghan McGillen (E. Harwich, Mass.) stopped seven shots, while Colby goalie Jamie Enos (South Hamilton, Mass.) had 16 saves.
Middlebury 3, Colby 2
1: C: Chrissy Maloney (Jess Egan), 29:59 remaining
M: Lacey Farrell (Reid Berrien), 24:30
M: Reid Berrien) (Sophie Thompson), 11:08
2: C: Mary Clare Snediker (Chelsea Rosenheimer), 22:37
M: Dana Rye (Lacey Farrell), 11:00
Shots: Middlebury 24, Colby 15. Penalty corners: Middlebury 8, Colby 12. Goalies: Meghan McGillen (Middlebury, 70 minutes, 7 saves); Jamie Enos (Colby, 70 minutes, 16 saves).