MONTCLAIR, N.J. — The Montclair State women’s soccer team scored a pair of first-half goals and pulled away in the second half for a 7-0 win over Bowdoin in the second round of the NCAA Division III Tournament Sunday afternoon.

The Polar Bears finish at 12-4-1, reaching a dozen wins for just the second time since 2003, advancing to the NCAA Second Round for the secondstraight season and earning the program’s first NCAA Tournament win since 1999. Montclair State remains unbeaten at 20-0-1.

In a game played in an eerie, dense fog, Montclair wasted little time getting on the scoreboard as Kaila Fasano scored with a header over Bowdoin’s Bridget McCarthy just 6:18 into the contest. Martina Landeka one-timed a crossing pass with six minutes remaining in the half.

Less than a minute into the second frame, Montclair padded its lead as Fasano deposited her second of the game. Jennie Hornstra, Melanie Grego, Stefanie Gomes, and Kenal Bernardini rounded out the scoring.

Montclair outshot the Polar Bears 27- 5, with McCarthy stopping six shots before Casey Krause came in for the remaining 10 minutes.

Bears, 3-1

On Saturday, Bowdoin scored three times in the second half to stun Christopher Newport, 3-1, in a NCAA Division III Tournament First Round match.

The win was just the second victory in NCAA Tournament play all-time for the Polar Bears. Christopher Newport ends at 14-4-2.

The Captains broke through in the 31st minute on Lindsay Mondloch goal.

Bowdoin found the equalizer in the 62nd minute. Demi Feder’s centering pass came to leading-scorer Kiersten Turner, who flicked it under the post at 61:04.

The Polar Bears went ahead just 1:57 later as Jenna DiCicco found Maggie Godley on the right wing.

Later, Molly Popolizio scored Bowdoin’s third goaln.

McCarthy made two saves for Bowdoin, which held a 12-8 advantage in shots and held a 6-2 edge in corner kicks.