Lady SeaWolves Roll To Third Straight YSCC Victory

Junior Madelyn Wade.
Junior Madelyn Wade.

PAUL SMITH'S, N.Y.— The Southern Maine Community College (SMCC) women's soccer team won its third straight Yankee Small College Conference (YSCC) game defeating the Bobcats of Paul Smith's College 4-0 on Saturday, Sept. 16.

First-year Jessica Haskell (Saco, Maine) got things going for the SeaWolves finishing a ball from co-captain Emily Harris (Dayton, Maine) to put SMCC up 1-0 inside the 10-minute mark. Harris would register her second goal of the season 20 minutes later on a set piece that beat Bobcat's goalkeeper Rachel Michaels.

First-year Grace MacDougall (Standish, Maine) contributed with one of her own seconds out of the half on a pass from first-year Callie O'Brien (South Portland, Maine) to give the road team a 3-0 advantage. O'Brien registered her 16th point of the season slotting one by Michaels with less than 12 minutes remaining in regulation to secure the 4-0 win.

SMCC's goalkeeper Shae Couture (Rochester, N.H.) recorded her second clean sheet of the season tallying four saves behind a disciplined SeaWolves defense.

In a post-game interview, Head Coach Julia Cyr reflected, "We had another tough task on the road, to play a Paul Smith's team we had never seen before. Nonetheless, we came out strong, establishing a dominance physically and showing that we could possess the ball. The defense played flawless, not allowing a real scoring threat. The offense came together to finish four of several goal-scoring opportunities. We are looking forward to a big conference matchup on Wednesday with powerhouse NHTI."

The Lady SeaWolves are 2-3-1 on the road at New Hampshire Technical Institute (NHTI) spanning the previous five seasons. Kickoff in Concord, N.H. is set for 3:45 p.m.

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