HANOVER, N.H. -- Christina Ferraris scored three goals and Dartmouth College pulled away with four second-half goals to defeat the University of New Hampshire women' s soccer team, 5-0, in Wednesday afternoon's non-conference matchup at Chase Field.
UNH is now 7-7-2 overall while Dartmouth improved to 9-3-1.
The match was even when Ferraris gave the Big Green a 1-0 lead at 26:28 on a goal off a scramble in front. The host team built momentum from that and extended its advantage to 2-0 early in the second half when Emily Tracy scored off her own rebound at 47:56.
Allison Green gave the Big Green a 3-0 lead at 54:59, then Ferraris closed the scoring with tallies in the 74th and 85th minutes.
UNH starting goalkeeper Julie Randall (East Longmeadow, Mass.) was credited with five saves and surrendered one goal. Lynn Gugliuzza (Kenmore, N.Y.) played the second half. She stopped three shots and allowed four goals. DC goalie Amanda Webb was credited with three saves.
New Hampshire concludes the regular season Oct. 23 at home for Senior Day. Game time vs. Albany is 1 p.m. at Lewis Fields.