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Contact: William Sodoma
Date: October 12, 2006
WATERVILLE, Maine -- Todd Boertzel (Mountain Lakes, N.H.) scored with 15:40 left in the second half for the game-winning goal as the Colby College men's soccer team pulled away for a 4-2 non-conference victory over St. Joseph's College on Thursday.
Colby improved to 3-4-2 overall, while St. Joseph's fell to 5-7.
Boertzel got the winning goal off an assist from Duy Lyford (South China, Maine) after St. Joseph's had come back twice in the game to tie the contest. Logan King (Braintree, Mass.) got an insurance goal off an assist from JoseLuis Mendoza (Washington, D.C.) with 10:24 remaining.
Jim Pilgrim (Baltimore, Md.) opened the scoring for the Mules just 5:02 into the game off assists from Lucas Bennett (Concord, Mass.) and Lyford. St. Joseph's, though, tied it at 1-1 at 16:24 of the first half when Andrew Roberts (Ipswich, Mass.) headed in a ball off a cross from Eamonn Harrigan (Caribou, Maine).
The Mules once again went up when Will Kinder (Wilbraham, Mass.) tallied off a pass from King about five minutes after the St. Joseph's goal.
The Monks tied the game about eight minutes into the second half when Kevin Melega (Easthampton, Mass.) knocked in a shot from outside the box off a pass from David Rosquete (Auburn, Maine).
Josh Kahane (Newton, Mass.) made one save for Colby. Greg Cavanaugh (Haverhill, Mass.) stopped six shots for the Monks.
Colby will play at Amherst College this Saturday at 11 a.m.
Colby 4, St. Joseph's 2
St. Joseph's 1#1---2
1: C: Jim Pilgrim (Lucas Bennett, Duy Lyford), 5:02; SJ: Andrew Roberts (Eamonn Harrigan), 16:24; C: Will Kinder (Logan King), 21:37; 2: SJ: Kevin Melega (David Rosquete), 52:56; C: Todd Boertzel (Duy Lyford), 74:20; C: Logan King (JoseLuis Mendoza), 79:36
Shots: St. Joseph's 8, Colby 19. Corner kicks: St. Joseph's 0, Colby 4. Goalies: Greg Cavanaugh (St. Joseph's, 90 minutes, 6 saves); Josh Kahane (Colby, 90 minutes, 1 save).