Kelly lifts UMF men past Johnson State

Posted Oct. 26, 2010, at 9:21 p.m.
Last modified Oct. 26, 2010, at 9:47 p.m.

FARMINGTON — Michael Kelly scored two goals and assisted another as No. 3 University of Maine-Farmington shut out No. 6 Johnson State College 4-0 in the first round of the North Atlantic Conference men’s soccer tournament Tuesday.

Jake Constantine and Viktor Nilsson also scored for the 8-5-4 Beavers.Dillon Clark assisted Constantine’s goal at 15:52 in the first half. Tennessee Peters saved seven of 11 shots.

Ryan Belen recorded nine saves off 26 shots for 3-9-3 Johnson State.

Lyndon State 4, MMA 1

At Lyndonville, Vt., No. 4 Lyndon State College scored four unanswered goals in defeating No. 5 Maine Maritime Academy of Castine in the NAC tournament.

Kyle Mecham, Patrice Lumumba, Phil Curll and Matt Browne scored in the first half for 11-3-3 Lyndon State. Emmitt Simpson, Teague Coyle and Tyler Bullard tallied assists. Jason Gray saved two of three shots.

Richie Munster scored off a Nate Tipton assist 13:29 into the first half to put the 6-8-2 Mariners up 1-0. Randy Bartlett made two saves off six shots.

Salem State 4, USM 0

At Gorham, Matt Figueiredo scored a goal and assisted another as Salem State blanked the University of Southern Maine.

Rafael Santos, Jovan Sempa and Lamin Sawo also scored for 7-5-3 Salem State. David Miller had two assists. Scott Hall and Luis Marques combined for two saves off seven shots.

David Kerps and Jeremy Turner combined to save nine of 21 shots for the 4-11-2 Huskies.

Field hockey

Plymouth St. 2, St. Joseph’s 0

At Plymouth, N.H., Jackie Morin and Kristina Conroy scored to help Plymouth State University defeat Saint Joseph’s College of Standish.

Erin Norris assisted Conroy’s insurance goal in the second half to the 11-5 Panthers. Hilary Lemelin saved four of six shots.

Jackie Goodell turned away four of nine shots for 12-5 Saint Joseph’s.

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