THE MATCHUP: Mount Holyoke is right back on the field on Sunday, this time welcoming the Terriers of Thomas College (ME). Sunday's meeting with mark the third all-time in program history, dating back to 2015 - a 5-1 MHC victory. The Lyons own a 2-0 mark overall in the series, including a 2-1 win in Maine last season.
THE LYONS: Mount Holyoke (3-2; 1-0 NEWMAC) makes the quick turnaround, posting a 6-1 victory over Clark on Saturday afternoon. Junior midfielder Mirjam Keochakian led the way, notching three of the Lyons five goals in the second half for the conference opening win. Sophomore Morgan Turner earned the win, while first year keepers Maddie Miller and Gianna Molinari also saw action.
THE TERRIERS: Thomas (1-3; 0-0 NAC) are back on the field following a 6-1 loss against Colby on Wednesday evening. Sophomore midfielder Kelci Faulkingham scored for the Terriers, while first year MacKenzie Oberholzer shouldered the loss with five saves in the first half. Sophomore Leah Kruse came on in relief, turning aside four shots.
NEXT UP: Mount Holyoke will be right back on the turf field tomorrow in the back-end of a back-to-back against Thomas (ME) at 11:00am. Clark will be back in action on Tuesday as it travels to face Lasell College at 4:00pm.