Laniewski scores two goals as Husson tops USM

Posted Sept. 01, 2010, at 11:45 p.m.

    GORHAM — Alexandra Laniewski netted two goals in the first half to lead the Husson University Eagles to a 4-0 women’s soccer victory over the University of Southern Maine Huskies Wednesday.

Michelle Manning scored early in the second half for the 1-0 Eagles of Bangor while the fourth goal came on an own goal in the 85th minute. Rebecca Jones and Megan O’Neil each grabbed an assist. Rozlyn Petersen stopped three of six shots.

Kat Rothe made two saves on 12 shots for the 0-1 Huskies.

Field hockey

UNE 5, Southern Maine 4 (2OT)

At Biddeford, Bree Tupper scored her third goal of the game in the 87th minute to deliver a double-overtime victory for the University of New England over the University of Southern Maine.

Tupper finished with three goals and an assist as the 1-0 Nor’easters rallied from a 4-2 deficit for the win. Michaela Franey and Michelle Oswald each added a goal and an assist. Kayla Kennedy blocked 15 of 19 shots.

Whitney McDaniel tallied three unassisted goals for the 0-1 Huskies. Kailey Bubier chipped in with a goal while Emily Downing made two saves on 36 shots.

Husson 4, Thomas 0

At Bangor, the defending North Atlantic Conference champs received a pair of goals from Courtney Allen and one apiece from Helen Berry and Lorri Hiltz to post the victory.

Kristen Capen made two saves in posting the shutout while Megan Denby finished with 10 saves for Thomas of Waterville, which was also playing its first game.

Men’s soccer

Lawrence 2, UM-Farmington 0

At Farmington, Bennett Wang netted a goal and picked up an assist as Lawrence University blanked the University of Maine-Farmington.

Paul Senner added a goal for the 1-0 Vikings while Steven Solomon stopped four of six shots.

Tennessee Peters and Derek Reilly combined to make four saves on 18 shots for the 0-1 Beavers.

Thomas 2, UNE 2

At Biddeford, Owen Field’s goal early in the second half rallied the University of New England to the tie.

UNE took a 1-0 lead on a Cody Lapointe penalty kick, but goals by Danny Plumbe and Paul Rechichi gave Thomas College of Waterville a 2-1 halftime lead.

Mikkail Crockwell made four saves on 12 shots for Thomas. Jon Planer made nine saves on 19 shots for UNE.

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