Maine earns shutout over Davidson

Posted Oct. 11, 2010, at 10:12 p.m.
Last modified Oct. 11, 2010, at 11:33 p.m.

PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Kelly Newton and Jocelyn Mitchell scored unassisted goals in the first half as the University of Maine recorded a 2-0 field hockey win over Davidson College.

Brittany Fleck saved all five shots for the 10-4 Black Bears.

Sarah Fisher made five saves off seven shots for 10-3 Davidson.

St. Joseph’s 4, Salve Regina 0

At Middletown, R.I., Courtney Rague had a goal and an assist as Saint Joseph’s College of Standish shut out Salve Regina University.

Alyssa Dunn, Sarah Bartell and Olivia Tourangeau also scored for the 8-3 Monks. Meaghan Johnson didn’t face a shot.

Natalie Balletta made six saves off 10 shots for 2-11 Salve Regina.

Men’s soccer

Bowdoin 2, Babson 1

At Babson Park, Mass., Bowdoin College of Brunswick scored two unanswered goals in the first half to defeat Babson College.

Call Nichols and Sean Bishop scored for 6-1-2 Bowdoin. Ben Denton-Schneider and Daniel Chaffetz assisted Bishop’s winning goal 38:54 into the first. Dan Hicks saved six of seven shots.

Eric Anderson scored off a Joshua Danesh assist at 27:28 in the first for 8-3-2 Babson. Peter Crowley made three saves off five shots.

Mount Ida 4, St. Joseph’s 3 (OT)

At Newton, Mass., Mount Ida College scored three unanswered goals, including Phil Basile’s winner 1:50 into overtime, to rally past St. Joseph’s College of Standish and earn its first win.

Carlos Rojas and Spencer Hastings scored second-half goals for 1-11-0 Mount Ida. Rojas also scored in the first half off a Kevin Custodio assist. Rojas and Hermes Lima also recorded assists. Steve Enright made eight saves off 11 shots.

Joe Happnie, Ross Suleski and Jesse West scored to give the 6-6-2 Monks a 3-1 halftime lead. Paul Robins and Jack LaFreniere had assists. Nick Campasano turned away five of nine shots.

Women’s soccer

St. Joseph’s 1, College of St. Joseph 1 (2OT)

At West Hartford, Conn., St. Joseph’s College of Standish and the College of St. Joseph played to a tie through two overtimes.

Elizabeth Theberge scored an unassisted goal on a direct kick 2:37 into the game to give the 6-4-1 Monks the early lead. Jacqueline Lorenzen saved five of six shots.

Nicole Mendelson tied it off a direct kick from 23 yards out in the second half for the 10-1-1 Blue Jays. Holly Mirabella stopped six of seven shots.

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