October 10, 2012


Springfield, Mass. – Caroline Boyce scored two goals to lead 16th-ranked American International College to a 4-0 win over the Le Moyne College women's soccer team in Northeast-10 Conference action on Wednesday night at Ronald J. Abdow Field.

After almost 42 minutes of scoreless action to start the game, the Yellow Jackets struck for the only goal they would need. After moving the ball to the top of the box, Boyce tallied her fourth goal of the season at the 41:54 mark.

American International doubled its lead just under three and one-half minutes into the second half. Sarah Tomlinson sent a cross to Devan Boundy, who scored her third goal of the year from the right side of the box.

Tomlinson picked up her second assist of the contest at the 56:48 mark off a corner kick. Tomlinson sent the corner kick in front of the goal, where Allie Fitzsimmons knocked the ball into the net for her second tally against the Dolphins in the last two years.

Just over three minutes later, Tomlinson recorded her third assist of the game. After taking a pass from Tomlinson, Boyce scored from 20 yards out for her fourth goal in the last two years against the Dolphins.

Freshman goalkeeper Tori Corsaro (Liverpool, N.Y./Liverpool) made seven saves in 63:36 between the pipes in taking the loss. Samantha Tabak earned the win for the Yellow Jackets after stopping the only shot she faced. The Yellow Jackets took 30 of the game's 31 shots, while recording all 21 of the corner kicks.

Le Moyne (2-6-4, 0-6-4 NE-10), which has dropped back-to-back games after posting three straight ties, returns to action on Saturday against Franklin Pierce at 12:00 p.m.