Men's soccer routs Thomas, 8-0

Contact: William Sodoma
Date: October 24, 2006
WATERVILLE, Maine --- Teague Dugan (Barre, Vt.), a senior playing in his final home game, earned his first collegiate points with two goals and one assist as the Colby College men's soccer team took an 8-0 victory over Thomas College in the Elm City Bowl in a battle of Waterville colleges.

Dugan scored the first goal 7:26 into the game off an assist from Logan King (Braintree, Mass.). Dugan then assisted on the first collegiate goal for teammate Ben Wakana (Caribou, Maine) about four minutes later.

Colby's next goal also came from players earning their first points. Scott Brown (Trumbull, Conn.) tallied at 24:15 off an assist from Tyler Plourde (Topsham, Maine). Plourde added the second of his three assists on the day on the first collegiate goal for Mike Baldwin (Andover, Mass.) at 31:22.

Dugan got his second goal 3:30 into the second half off a pass from Tom Milaschewski (Beverly, Mass.) for a 5-0 lead. Jim Pilgrim (Baltimore, Md.) tallied from Luc Bennett (Concord, Mass.) about 12 minutes into the second half, while Brown and James Westhafer (Malvern, Pa.) added the final two goals.

Zak Starr (Westport, Conn.) played the first 60 minutes and made one save and Dan Marden (Londonderry, N.H.) had no saves the rest of the way.

Colby (6-5-2) plays at Bates College in a key New England Small College Athletic Conference game Saturday at 11 a.m. The winner of the game moves on to the NESCAC playoffs.

Colby 8, Thomas 0

Thomas          0#0---0

Colby              4#4---8

Scoring: 1: Colby: Teague Dugan (Logan King), 7:26; Colby: Ben Wakana (Teague Dugan); Colby: Scott Brown (Tyler Plourde), 24:15; Colby: Mike Baldwin (Tyler Plourde), 31:22; 2: Colby: Teague Dugan (Tom Milaschewski), 48:30; Colby: Jim Pilgrim (Luc Bennett), 57:02; Colby: Scott Brown (Logan King, Ben Wakana), 60:00; Colby: James Westhafer (Tyler Plourde), 69:23

Shots: Thomas 3, Colby 38. Corner kicks: Thomas 0, Colby 8. Goalies: Russ Beckwith (Thomas, 90 minutes, 7 saves); Zak Starr (Colby, 60 minutes, 1 save) and Dan Marden (Colby, 30 minutes, 0 saves).

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