Colby scores three in second, beats UM-Augusta

Posted Oct. 05, 2010, at 10:17 p.m.
Last modified Oct. 08, 2010, at 11:30 a.m.

WATERVILLE — Colby College scored three unanswered goals in the second half to grab a 3-1 men’s soccer victory over the University of Maine at Farmington.

Donny MacMaster, Nick Aubin and Chris Pratt scored for the 5-3-1 Mules. MacMaster and Andrew Meisel each had an assist. Ben Joslin stopped seven of 12 shots.

The 4-4-2 Beavers scored on an own goal by Colby early in the second half. Tennessee Peters turned away seven of 21 shots.

Southern Maine 2, Bates 0

At Lewiston, Chris Kain and Braden Lever scored unassisted goals in the second half to lead the University of Southern Maine of Gorham past Bates College.

Nick Johnson assisted Lever’s goal for the 3-7-1 Huskies. David Kreps turned away seven of 18 shots.

Greg Watts recorded four saves off 14 shots for 3-4-1 Bates.

Women’s soccer

Thomas 6, UM-Augusta 0

At Waterville, sophomore Arian Kumlangngam scored two goals as Thomas College shut out the University of Maine at Augusta.

Jillian Lambert, Evangeline Goodall, Elizabeth Goodall and Kim Pratt also scored for the 4-7 Terriers.

Bates 3, Southern Maine 0

At Gorham, Alix Vandeventer’s first-half goal proved the only offense the Bobcats would need to beat the Huskies.

Courtney Talcott and Emily Wiener scored a goal each for 3-4-1 Bates of Lewiston, while Tina Tobin, Wally Pierce and Kara Stefaniak added assists. Annie Burns and Anabel Schmelz combined to make five saves on nine shots.

Kat Rothe and Katie Cobb teamed up to make seven saves on 20 shots for 4-8 Southern Maine.

Field hockey

Salem State 2, Southern Maine 1 (OT)

At Salem, Mass., Eryn Shea scored off an Erin Wilson assist to lead Salem State University to victory over the University of Southern Maine of Gorham.

Kaitlyn Aronian scored with an assist from Megan Closson in the second half to tie it for 3-5 Salem State. Jessica McKenna stopped 11 of 17 shots.

Kailey Bubier scored an unassisted goal 4:58 into the game for the 5-8 Huskies. Kayla Kennedy stopped 12 of 20 shots.

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