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Contact: William Sodoma
Date: October 18, 2009
WATERVILLE, Maine --- Scott Brown had three goals, while Andrew Meisel and Ben Desmond both had one goal and two assists as the Colby College men's soccer team won the middle game of three contests in a row with a 6-0 victory over University of Maine at Farmington on Sunday.
The Mules (3-6-2 overall) fell 2-0 to Amherst College on Saturday and will play host to Thomas College on Monday at 7 p.m. in the first night home game in the history of the program at Seaverns Field at Harold Alfond Stadium.
Meisel got his first collegiate goal at 15:44 from Desmond and it ended up being the game-winning tally in the shutout. Brown got the first of his three goals from Meisel at 23:38 and Desmond made it 3-0 at halftime from Nick Aubin at 36:10.
Brown scored goal two at 59:14 from Meisel to get the Mules off to a good start in the second half. He then got his hat trick just 1:29 later from Desmond. Josh Lyvers closed out the scoring about three minutes later from Aubin.
Dan Marden played about 53 minutes in goal and Doug Sibor played the rest in the Colby shutout. Erik Corcoran stopped 14 shots for UMF (7-5-2).
Colby 6, Maine-Farmington 0
C: Andrew Meisel (Ben Desmond), 15:44
C: Scott Brown (Andrew Meisel), 23:38
C: Ben Desmond (Nick Aubin), 36:10
C: Scott Brown (Andrew Meisel), 59:14
C: Scott Brown (Ben Desmond), 60:43
C: Josh Lyvers (Nick Aubin), 63:36
Shots: Colby 40, UMF 4. Corner kicks: Colby 4, UMF 1. Goalies: Dan Marden (Colby, 53:12, 0 GA, 0 saves) and Doug Sibor (Colby, 36:48, 0 GA, 2 saves); Erik Corcoran (UMF, 90:00, 6 GA, 14 saves).