BANGOR — Michelle Manning scored with an assist from Rebecca Jones 20:25 into the game as Husson University held on to beat Colby College of Waterville 1-0 in women’s soccer action on Tuesday.
Rozlyn Petersen saved one of four shots for 11-5-1 Husson while Loni Pisani turned away three of 12 shots for 4-5-3 Colby.
UMF 5, Thomas 0
At Waterville, Kayla Tuttle scored two goals and assisted another in leading University of Maine-Farmington past Thomas College.
Melanie Schanck had a goal and two assists for the 8-7-1 Beavers. Katie Cray added a goal and an assist and Alida Peake also scored. McKell Barnes, Beth Lebel and Crystal Johnson shared time in goal, combining for two saves off two shots.
Kate Thibodeau and Allyssa Vitalone combined for eight saves off 13 shots for 6-9 Thomas.
Framingham State 4, USM 1
At Framingham, Mass., Framingham State University used three second-half goals to defeat the University of Southern Maine of Gorham.
Laura Gray and Kerry Kiley both had a goal and an assist for 7-7 Framingham State. Megan Gangell and Kristi Stewart also scored. Jill Johnson saved five of nine shots.
Chelsea Norton scored off a Heidi DeHaan assist early in the second half to tie it for the 4-12 Huskies. Kat Rothe and Katie Cobb combined to saved 10 of 21 shots.
Bates 2, Saint Joseph’s 1
At Lewiston, Emily Wiener scored the game-winning goal with 8:25 remaining in the game on an assist from Alix Vandeventer to lift Bates College past Saint Joseph’s College.
Tina Tobin scored the first goal for the 6-5-1 Bobcats 2:59 into the game off a Vandeventer assist. Annie Burns made two saves on seven shots.
Jessica Capozzi scored for the 6-7-1 Monks with 10:37 left in the game. Ashley Beaulieu picked up the assist while Jacqueline Lorenzen stopped 10 of 36 shots.
Bowdoin 7, USM 0
At Gorham, Zach Danssaert registered three goals as Bowdoin College cruised past the University of Southern Maine.
Eddie Jones tallied a goal and two assists for the 8-1-2 Polar Bears while Tim Prior had a goal and an assist. Michael Gale and Evan Gerskovich each added a goal. Will Wise and Peter Kelley combined for two saves on five shots.
David Kreps and Jeremy Turner combined for eight saves on 22 shots for the 4-9-2 Huskies.