FARMINGTON, Maine – Logan Faulkingham's goal in the 84th minute, just the second of her career, lifted the University of Maine at Farmington to a 2-1 win over Lyndon.
Faulkingham buried a long ball that was misplayed by the Lyndon defense for her first goal since her freshman campaign, breaking open a game that had been tied since the 55th minute. Lyndon's Emily Strese (Gilmanton, N.H.) knotted the game at 1-1, scoring unassisted off a long run and a finishing shot that beat UMF keeper Beth Lebel.
Alida Peake put the Beavers on the scoreboard early in the first half, heading a ball past Lyndon State keeper Dannika Dobrowksi (Plainfield, Vt.) off a corner kick by UMF's Ava Amador.
UMaine-Farmington had a commanding 27-3 advantage in shots taken, with Dobrowski logging eight saves in the Lyndon goal over the course of 90 minutes. Lebel charted two saves in the UMF goal. Farmington also had a 10 corner kick opportunities and was called offside four times, while Lyndon took four corner kicks and was whistled offside twice.