Sinclair sparks UMaine-Fort Kent women past UMaine-Machias

Posted Oct. 04, 2011, at 8:35 p.m.
Last modified Oct. 04, 2011, at 11:21 p.m.

FORT KENT — Whitney Sinclair scored two goals and set up a third Tuesday afternoon to lead the University of Maine-Fort Kent women’s soccer team to a 4-0 victory over the University of Maine-Machias.

Sinclair assisted on the first of two goals by Theresa Biggs at the the 32:33 mark, then scored twice in a span of 2:01 to send the University of Maine-Fort Kent (8-0) on its way.

Victoria Dubois-Iredale logged two assists and Marie-Pier Daze added one for the Bengals. Sydney Proctor faced four shots, but did not make any saves.

Rebecca Young made no saves and faced 17 shots for 9-2-1 UMaine-Machias.

UM-Fort Kent 4, UM-Machias 0

At Fort Kent, Whitney Sinclair scored two goals and set up a third to lead the Bengals to victory.

Sinclair assisted on the first of two goals by Theresa Biggs at the the 32:33 mark, then scored twice in a span of 2:01 to send the University of Maine-Fort Kent (8-0) on its way.

Victoria Dubois-Iredale logged two assists and Marie-Pier Daze added one for the Bengals. Sydney Proctor faced four shots, but did not make any saves.

Rebecca Young made no saves and faced 17 shots for 9-2-1 UMaine-Machias.

Bowdoin 7, UM-Farmington 1

At Farmington, Becky Krakora’s goal with 3:58 left in the first half put the Polar Bears in front for good.

Carolyn Gorajek, Ellery Gould, Casey Blossom, Molly Poplizio, Caroline Logan and Alexa Yurick scored one goal apiece for 3-3-2 Bowdoin College of Brunswick. Becky Stoneman and Toni DaCampo provided assists.

Louise Johnson and Maddie Lane combined to make two saves on six shots.

Alida Peake scored an unassisted goal for the Beavers to tie the game 1-1 in the first half. Beth Lebel made eight saves on 31 shots for 3-5-3 University of Maine-Farmington.

Emmanuel 2, St. Joseph’s 1

At Boston, Emmanuel scored two second-half goal with the second coming when Meghan Zerba followed up a rebound to notch the victory.

Emmanuel’s Darcy Sullivan tied the game at 1-1 early in the second half after Kim Jordan had given St. Joe’s a 1-0 lead when she played a blocked shot by goalkeeper Jess D’Ottavio in the 14th minute with Danielle Dayton notching an assist.

D’Ottavio made eight saves for 8-3-1 Emmanuel and Jaci Lorenzen made seven saves for 5-3-2 St. Joseph’s.

Men’s soccer

UM-Fort Kent 8, UM-Machias 0

At Fort Kent, Kennard Brown and Phathizwe Sacolo each scored two first-half goals to propel the Bengals to victory.

Kenrick McLeod came off the bench to score two goals for 10-1 University of Maine-Fort Kent, while Devon Leacock contributed a goal and an assist and Jarryd Phillips scored once. Jamie De Abreu provided two assists, while Jermaine West, Kevin Dionne and Keith Williams had one apiece.

David Girouard made one save on one shot for the Bengals.

Luis Herrara made three saves on 20 shots for 9-5 UMaine-Machias.

Bowdoin 1, Bates 0

At Lewiston, Sam White headed a cross from Eric Goitia into the goal four minutes into the second half, accounting for the only goal of the game.

Will Wise made five saves on 16 shots for Bowdoin College of Brunswick (4-3-1, 1-3-1 NESCAC).

Brian Goldberg made six stops on 17 shots for Bates (2-5, 0-5 NESCAC).

Endicott 3, St. Joseph’s 0

At Beverly, Mass., Alex Jorge scored two goals to lead the Gulls to their third straight victory.

Aaron Kanter made three saves on nine shots for 3-6-2 Endicott. Robert Petrosillo and Kenny Grade faced 11 shots for 6-4 St. Joe’s of Standish.

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