FARMINGTON, MAINE — The Northern Vermont University-Johnson women's soccer team's season ended at the University of Maine-Farmington on Saturday afternoon. Farmington emerged with a 5-0 victory over the Badgers. Johnson ended the season with a 7-10 record overall and 2-5 record in the North Atlantic Conference.
1st Half: Farmington's McKenna Brodeur gave the Beavers an early 2-0 lead as she found the back of the near twice in the first five minutes of action. Brodeur also tallied an assist on the third goal of the game, scored by teammate Fern Calkins that provided Farmington with a 3-0 lead at halftime.
2nd Half: Farmington's Ashley Gleason added a goal in the 64th minute. Brodeur rounded out the scoring for Farmington by completing her hat trick in the 67th minute, giving the Beavers a 5-0 victory over Johnson.
Goals: McKenna Brodeur (3) - Farmington
Assists: Two Players (#10, #18) (1) - Farmington
Shots on Goal: McKenna Brodeur (9) - Farmington
Shots (On Goal): Johnson — 0 (0), Farmington — 35 (22)
Corner Kicks: Johnson — 1, Farmington — 9
Fouls: Johnson — 9, Farmington — 1
Freshman Anna Harris (Yorktown, VA) and Sophomore Mia Blackwell (Cape Cod, MA) both saw time in net for the Badgers, combining for 17 saves on 22 attempts by the Beavers. Farmington's Callie Hammer takes the win for the Beavers in their quarterfinal victory.