Wolverines Beast Lions

Kim Fearnbach
Kim Fearnbach

DOVER, Del. - Wesley College erupted for 10 goals in a shutout victory over Lincoln (Pa.) in non-conference women's soccer action. 

The Wolverines' 10 goals were the most for the team since an 11-0 win over Penn State Abington on September 24, 2009.

Kim Fearnbach (Pennington, N.J./Hopewell Valley Central) scored three times in the opening 8:07 as the Wolverines took a big lead early.  She finished the game with four goals, the most for a Wesley player since Katie Chiolan scored four times against Notre Dame (Md.) on October 9, 2008.

The four goals give her 12 goals and 27 points on the year.  Both are the highest total for a Wolverine since Jessie Nino (16g, 40p) and Kyle Savidge (12g, 30p) both exceeded the total in 2007. 

Fearnbach and Lacey Smith (Logan Township, N.J./Kingsway Regional) finished their careers in the win.  Fearnbach ended her career with 21 goals, good for sixth all-time at Wesley, and 46 points, placing her eighth.  Smith, meanwhile, finishes with nine goals, six assists and 24 points, ranking her in the top 20 in all three categories.

After Kelly Edmunds (Dennisville, N.J./Middle Twp.) scored Wesley's fourth goal of the half, Smith added a pair of goals to make it 6-0 at the break.

Chelsi Biener (Newfield, N.J./Delsea Regional), who had two assists in the first half, scored in the 51st minute as Wesley continued to pull away.  Edmunds, who also had two assists, added her second goal of the night before Fearnbach scored her fourth of the evening to make it 9-0.

Maranda Holcomb (Cape May Court House, N.J./Middle Twp.) converted a penalty kick in the 73rd minute for the game's final goal.

Sydney Kahan (Cranston, R.I./Cranston) stopped the only two shots the Lions could muster on the evening. 

Kelly Thibeau was issued a red card in the 76th minute.

Wesley held a 45-2 advantage in shots against the overmatched team from Lincoln.

Sima Sinforosa made 12 saves for the Lions. 

The win concludes Wesley's season at 7-10.