Stahl scores two goals, MMA shuts out UMM

Posted Sept. 08, 2010, at 11:16 p.m.

    CASTINE — Jess Stahl scored two second-half goals in leading Maine Maritime Academy past the University of Maine at Machias 3-0 in women’s soccer action Wednesday.

Emily Brogden also scored for the 1-1-1 Mariners. Lacey Jackson recorded two saves on three shots.

Stephanie Wunderley turned away five of 22 shots for the 2-3 Clippers.

    UM-Presque Isle 5, Thomas 1

At Presque Isle, Carly Gillis and Desiree Smith scored two goals apiece in leading the University of Maine at Presque Isle to victory over Thomas of Waterville.

Lainey Herring scored the fifth goal for the 2-0 Owls. Lainey Herring, Brooke Long, Carolynn Tuck and Gillis each had an assist. Taylor Ussery saved four of five shots.

Julie Lawrence scored off a Elizabeth Goodall assist in the second half for 0-2 Thomas. Alyssa Vitalone turned away six of 11 shots.

    UNE 2, Southern Maine 0

At Biddeford, Morgan Jensen scored in the first half and Kristin Meza scored in the second as the University of New England defeated the University of Southern Maine of Gorham.

Cassie Zdrojeski assisted both goals for the 2-0 Nor’easters. Jess Woodworth saved two shots to earn the shutout.

Kat Rothe stopped seven of nine shots for 1-3 Southern Maine.

    Men’s soccer
    Thomas 1, UM-Presque Isle 0

At Presque Isle, Paul Rechichi scored on a cross from Danny Plumbe with 6:51 remaining in regulation to lift Thomas College of Waterville over the University of Maine at Presque Isle.

Mikkall Crockwell turned away four of five shots for the 1-1-2 Terriers.

Joshua MacKinnon had 13 saves on 14 shots for the 1-1 Owls.

 
    UNE 2, Southern Maine 0

At Biddeford, senior Jason Marks scored off assists from Cody Lapointe and Kiel Hiller 31:13 into the first half to lead the University of New England past the University of Southern Maine of Gorham.

Kevin Tarr added an insurance goal off a Dan Crear assist in the second half for the 1-1-1 Nor’easters. Jon Planer saved five of six shots to earn the shutout.

David Kreps turned away four of six shots for the 0-3 Huskies.

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