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Contact: William Sodoma
Date: September 22, 2007
WATERVILLE, Maine --- Todd Boertzel (Mountain Lakes, N.J.) had one goal and two assists and goalkeeper Dan Marden (Londonderry, N.H.) recorded his first collegiate shutout as the Colby College men's soccer team posted a 4-0 win over Trinity College in New England Small College Athletic Conference play Saturday.
The Mules improve to 2-1-1 overall and 1-1-1 in NESCAC play, while Trinity falls to 2-2 overall and 1-2 in the league.
Boertzel and first-year forward Nate Seiberling (Sharon, Mass.) hooked up on the first two goals. Seiberling had a cross and Boertzel rammed home a volley at 13:49 of the first half. Just 55 seconds later, Boertzel had the cross and Seiberling got the goal at 14:44.
The Mules made it 3-0 at halftime when junior Andrew Cheit (Davis, Calif.) got his first collegiate goal off another assist from Boertzel at 34:05.
Colby got an insurance goal with about seven minutes remaining in the game when co-captain Will Kinder (Wilbraham, Mass.) tallied off an assist from Duy Lyford (South China, Maine).
Marden made five saves in goal for the Mules, while Trinity had two goalkeepers combine for five stops.
Colby 4, Trinity 0
Colby: Todd Boertzel (Nate Seiberling), 13:49
Colby: Nate Seiberling (Todd Boertzel), 14:44Colby: Andrew Cheit (Todd Boertzel), 34:05
Colby: Will Kinder (Duy Lyford), 83:00
Shots: Trinity 10, Colby 13. Corner kicks: Trinity 7, Colby 6. Goalies: Spencer Durland (Trinity, 45 minutes, 3 GA, 3 saves) and Zac Trudeau (Trinity, 45 minutes, 1 GA, 2 saves); Dan Marden (Colby, 90 minutes, 0 GA, 5 saves).