June 06, 2020

Husson men tip UMPI Owls 2-1

BANGOR – Lee Bennett and Hide Adachi each scored a goal to lead the Husson College Braves to a 2-1 men’s soccer win over the UMaine-Presque Isle Owls Saturday.

Shane Coffin dished out two assists for 1-1 Husson. Matt Goodman made six saves on seven shots.

UMass-Boston 1, St. Joseph’s 0

At Standish Saturday, UMass-Boston’s Chad Drigo scored the winner 28:30 into the first half to lift the 1-2 Beacons.

Jeff Yaeger stopped five of 17 shots for the 1-1 Monks.

Southern Maine 5, Thomas 1

At Waterville Saturday, five different players tallied a goal each to lead the Huskies.

Mike Stowe led the way with a goal and an assist for 1-0-1 Southern Maine of Gorham.

Dan Burdin scored off a pass from Ben Wheeler for the 2-3 Terriers. Ryan Conley turned back 15 of 23 shots.

Colby 1, Bates 0

At Lewiston Saturday, Brian Kelly provided the game’s only goal as the White Mules blanked rival Bates.

Andrew Danzinger got the shutout for Colby, making four saves on 13 shots.

Maine 0, Rider 0 (2OT)

At Orono Saturday, Josh Sjostrom made three saves on eight shots for 1-2-2 Maine, while Brian Gill countered with two saves on 11 shots for 0-2-1 Rider.

MMA 3, UM-Presque Isle 1

At Castine Sunday, Derek Wilding and Seth Warner tallied a goal each as the Mariners rallied to top the Owls.

Warner also had an assist for 1-2 Maine Maritime.

UMF 3, Johnson State 0

At Farmington Sunday, Ryan Hersey, Noah Peet and Seabren Reeves combined for two saves on three shots to earn a shutout for 2-0 UMaine-Farmington.

Justin Genschel, Brian Mawhinney and David Sithole each put in a goal for the Beavers.

UMF 1, St. Joseph’s (Vt.) 0

At Farmington Saturday, Joe Conway scored on a breakaway set up by Brian Mawhinney as the Beavers opened with a win.

Ryan Hersey made three saves on three shots for 1-0 UMaine-Farmington.

Women’s soccer

Husson 2, UM-Presque Isle

At Bangor Saturday, Beatriz DeYcaza and Kristin Pelletier each scored second-half goals to lift the Braves to their first victory.

Deidra Ham and Melissa Achorn each added an assist for the 1-4 winners and Meg Taylor made two saves on six shots.

Framingham St. 2, USM 1 (OT)

At Framingham, Mass., Saturday, Lisa Diamond directed a corner kick into the net to help the 3-0 Rams knock off the University of Southern Maine.

Devin Edwards scored the only goal for the 1-3 Huskies of Gorham off a pass from Jenny Boucher. Marcy Ansley and Rachel Kwantz combined to make five saves on 12 shots.

Bates 5, Colby 3

At Lewiston Saturday, Katie Carroll’s two goals helped the Bobcats hold off in-state rival Colby of Waterville.

Stephanie Hicks provided a goal and assist for the 1-1 White Mules.

Bay Path 2, Maine Maritime 0

At Castine Saturday, goals by Devin Van Holtz and Kerri Verdecchia led Bay Path College of Longmeadow, Mass., past Maine Maritime.

Hillary Arris made nine saves on 11 shots for the 2-1-1 Mariners.

UMF 7, St. Joseph 0

At Farmington Saturday, Megan Woodcock and Stephanie Hiller each scored two goals as the 2-0 Beavers rolled past St. Joseph the Provider.

UMF 5, Johnson State 0

At Johnson, Vt., Sunday, Megan Woodcock netted two goals and added an assist to lead UMaine-Farmington.

Bay Path 5, Thomas 0

At Waterville Sunday, Angie Harrison and Michelle Frett scored two goals apiece to lead Bay Path of Longmeadow, Mass.

Shauna Lessard made 10 saves on 16 shots for the Terriers.

St. Joseph’s 3, UM-Fort Kent 1

At Standish Sunday, Megan Curry and Kelly Cyr tallied a goal and an assist to lead the Monks to the win.

Casey Cook provided a goal for 2-1 St. Joseph’s. Shana Howard and Cheryl Northrop combined to stop seven of eight shots.

Field hockey

Thomas 4, Wheelock 1

At Waterville Saturday, Dawn Holland scored two first-half goals to lift the Terriers by Wheelock of Boston.

Meredith Arute added two goals and an assist for the 1-1 winners. Jen Lane made six saves on eight shots.

Maine sweeps Rhode Island

At Orono Sunday, Amie Dubois knocked in two goals to lead the Black Bears to a 4-0 victory over the Rams. Maine also earned a 4-0 victory in Saturday’s game against URI.

In Sunday’s game, Jana Ouellette and Karyn Mango each scored a goal. Mango added an assist. Colbey Smith made five saves on five shots for the 5-1 Bears.

Danielle Dangoia stopped 12 of 16 shots for the 0-5 Rams.

In Saturday’s game, Tara Bedard racked up two goals and two assists to lead UMaine. Jaye Lance made six saves on seven shots to earn the shutout. Kristy Ferran and Rachael Hilgar each added a goal.

Dangoia stopped 11 of 19 shots.

St. Joseph’s 3, Simmons 2 (OT)

At Standish, Kaitlyn Scott scored the game-winner 11:48 into sudden-death overtime to lift the Monks.

Clark 2, Southern Maine 0

At Worcester, Mass., Saturday, Julie Mazeika and Ashley Perez both scored in the second half to lift the 3-1 Cougars to victory.

Jesse Eegan only needed to make three saves to earn the shutout. Jessie Superchi stopped nine shots for the 1-2 Huskies.

Colby 2, Bates 1

At Lewiston Saturday, Sarah Goodrich and Lyndsay Peters notched a goal each to spark the White Mules to victory.

Injoo Han dished out a pair of assists for 2-0 Colby of Waterville. Carrie Morin rejected 12 of 23 shots.

Lasell 4, Husson 3

At Bangor Saturday, Heidi Hanna knocked in two goals as Lasell College edged the Braves.

Lexi Harjula, Jen Comeau and Briana Searles provided a goal each for 1-2 Husson. Amanda Brown dished out an assist, and Jamie Giles stopped 10 out of 14 shots.

Husson 8, Wheelock 1

At Bangor Sunday, Nicole Palmer tallied two goals and an assist as the Braves rolled.

Amanda Brown, Jen Comeau and Yoko Igami each had a goal plus an assist for 2-2 Husson. Lexi Harjula, Sara McIntire and Megan Galuski added a goal each. Jamie Giles and Becka Fisher only had to stop five of six shots.

Lasell 4, Thomas 2

At Waterville Sunday, Stephanie Boorman was credited with the game-winning goal in the second half as Lasell downed Thomas.

Dawn Holland scored twice for the Terriers. Meredith Arute had an assist, and Jen Lane stopped 10 of 15 shots.

UMF 3, Simmons 0

At Farmington Sunday, Mary Berry scored a goal and an assist to lead the Beavers.


Colorado 3, Maine 0

At Boulder, Colo., Sara Fredrickson had eight kills and four digs Saturday as the Buffaloes cruised to a 30-15, 30-15, 30-17 victory.

Claire Poliquin racked up 10 kills and six digs for the 3-6 Black Bears. Carmen Gabriel had 19 assists and five digs. Leah Guidinger had eight kills and four digs.

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