Panther women’s soccer edged, 2-1

MIDDLEBURY — Undefeated Bowdoin edged the host Middlebury College women’s soccer team on Saturday, 2-1, as the defending NESCAC champion Panthers dropped to 3-3 overall, 0-3 in league play. The Panthers return to action on Saturday at Colby.
The Panthers had first-half chances by Jamie Soroka, Claire Nishioka and Krystina Reynolds, all set up by Hannah Robinson, but could not convert as the first 45 minutes remained scoreless.
Bowdoin took a 1-0 lead at 58:31. Kiersten Turner served from the deep left corner. Middlebury keeper Kate Reinmuth (five saves) made a play on the ball, but Amanda Kinneston found the back of the net.
Reynolds knotted the game at 1-1 at 69:13 after winning a ball Carter Talgo crossed from the left side. 
Bowdoin’s Turner scored the game-winner at 74:13. After taking a throw in, Turner launched a ball from 20 yards out on the right side that found the top right corner.
Middlebury held a 15-13 shots advantage, and Polar Bear goalie Bridget McCarthy made four saves. 

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