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The Northern Michigan Universitywomenâ€Â™s soccer team ran their overall record to 6-1-2 with a 10-0 win over thevisiting Northland Baptist team on Saturday afternoon at the NMU soccer field.


The NMU record for most goals in a game is 12 which was set at West Virginia Tech during the 2003 season.  NMU played West Virginia Tech a couple ofweeks ago and scored nine goals in that game.


Hannah Marshall playing in only her second game of theseason scored two of the first four goals for the â€Â˜Cats.  She scored the opening goal of the game at4:33 before adding her second goal at 15:04. Marshallâ€Â™sfirst goal was unassisted, but her second goal was assisted by Marley Garceo.  MichelleGillespie at 5:06 and Michelle Brown at 8:32 added unassisted goals between Marshallâ€Â™s goals.  Jamie Beebe added the fifth goal for thefirst half at 21:47 on an assist from Erica Graves. 


Rachel Holman made it 6-0 with a goal at 54:52 of the gamethat was unassisted.  Renee LeBlanc addedto the total with her fourth goal of the season at 63:53.  The next goal was scored on a penalty kick byAmanda Gadomski at 64:31.  Brooke Beckman made the score 9-0 with anunassisted goal at 77:59.  The final goalof the day came from Robin Moliassa from Kelli Riesen at 78:40 of thegame.


The â€Â˜Cats go on the road for their next two games as theywill play at Grand Valley on Oct. 8 and thenface Ferris State on Oct. 10.