College roundup: field hockey, men's and women's soccer

Husson teams record weekend splits

Posted Oct. 16, 2011, at 8:51 p.m.
Last modified Oct. 16, 2011, at 10:44 p.m.

The Husson University women’s soccer team of Bangor posted a 7-1 North Atlantic Conference victory over Green Mountain College on Sunday after a 3-1 setback Saturday at Castleton State.

At Castleton, Vt., Hilary Cooke netted two goals Saturday to pace the Spartans to victory over the Eagles.

Courtney Chadburn added a goal and an assist for 21-0 Castleton State. becoming the school’s all-time leading scorer. Ericka Davis made three saves on nine shots.

Alexandra Laniewski scored an unassisted goal for the Eagles. Jessica Poulin made six saves on 17 shots.

At Poultney, Vt., Sunday, Laniewski collected four goals to power Husson to the win.

Marcella Francoeur netted two goals for the 6-9 Eagles. Becca Jones posted a goal and an assist while Amanda Gifford had two assists. Poulin and Jade Keezer combined for one save on four shots.

Emma Lord made five saves on 24 shots for 2-9-1 Green Mountain.

UMPI 3, Thomas 0

At Waterville, Lainey Herring scored one goal and set up another Sunday afternoon, sparking UMPI by Thomas.

Chelsea Beauchemin and Elena Estrada scored first-half goals for the 8-4 Owls. Taylor Ussery made four saves for the winners.

Kate Thibodeau made six saves for the 2-12 Terriers.

UMFK 5, UM-Farmington 1

At Farmington on Saturday, Donike Ferriera scored three goals to propel the Bengals to victory.

Whitney Sinclair scored twice and contributed an assist for 12-0-1 University of Maine-Fort Kent. Jen Colpitts also had an assist.

Sydney Proctor made five saves on 14 shots.

Alida Peake scored off a Katie Emmons assist for 4-8-3 UMaine-Farmington. Crystal Johnson made nine saves on 25 shots.

UM-Machias 2, UMA 1

At Augusta, Saturday, Emma Legallais scored two second-half goals to rally UM-Machias by UM-Augusta.

Cayla Thomas and Jenny Guzman each notched an assist for UMM.

Rachel Audet scored a first-half goal for UMA and Danielle White made 17 saves.

Albany 3, Maine 1

At Albany, N.Y., Casey Marks and Chelsea DeVerna scored 2:22 apart late in the first half Sunday, sparking the Great Danes to an America East victory over the Black Bears.

Marks’ penalty kick put Albany (6-9, 4-2 AE) on top for good and DeVerna added the insurance off a Katie Dunn assist. Katie Grant scored the first goal on a redirection of a Chrissy Klepper header. Jacky Ubert made two saves on eight shots.

Maggie Malone scored the goal for UMaine (4-8-1, 1-5 AE) off a Jordan Pellerin pass. Meagan Price-Leibenzeder made four saves on 13 shots.

St. Joseph’s 1, Lasell 0

At Newton, Mass. on Saturday, Kim Jordan scored 22 minutes into the second half, lifting the Monks to victory.

Doe Leckie registered an assist on the goal for 6-4-3 Saint Joseph’s College of Standish. Jaci Lorenzen made 13 saves on 30 shots to help the Monks snap the Lasers’ 12-game unbeaten streak.

Elizabeth Stickley made two saves on eight shots for 11-3-1 Lasell.

USM 1, UMass Dartmouth 1

At Gorham on Saturday, Cathy Wise scored on a rebound 14 minutes into the second half, helping the Huskies gain a tie through two overtimes with the Corsairs.

Tara Moore got the assist for 2-10-1 Southern Maine, which got 15 saves on 23 shots from Kat Rothe.

Jillian Van Ness scored off an Erica Jonasson assist to give UMass Dartmouth (7-7-2) a brief lead. Stephanie Borges made six saves on 11 shots.

Men’s soccer

Thomas 2, UMPI 0

At Waterville on Sunday, Michael Hand scored two second-half goals to propel the Terriers to victory.

Mattias Schyberg set up the first goal three minutes into the second half, then Matt Ford assisted on the other. Mikkail Crockwell made six saves for 8-5 Thomas College.

Joshua MacKinnon made five saves in a losing cause for 3-9 University of Maine-Presque Isle.

UM-Machias 6, UMA 0

At Augusta, Saturday, Stefan Zalucky scored three goals to lead UM-Machias to victory.

Kris Wignes chipped in with a goal and an assist for UMM while Ruud Casseus and Will O’Neill each added a goal.

Corey Hodgkins made five saves for UMM and Chris White made 12 for UMA.

Husson splits in Vermont

Husson University of Bangor split a pair of North Atlantic Conference road games in Vermont, bouncing back to beat Green Mountain 2-0 Sunday after dropping a 1-0 decision at Castleton State on Saturday.

At Castleton, Vt., on Saturday, Dameon Young scored on a diving header with 45 seconds to play in the second half, lifting the Spartans to victory.

Dillon Zaengle got the assist with his free kick.

Nate Koeneman made seven saves on 21 shots for 8-5-1 Castleton State.

Brian Potter had three saves on 16 shots for the Eagles.

At Poultney, Vt., Sunday, Greg Dawson and Patrick van Dessel each scored a goal in the first half as Husson shut out Green Mountain.

Mike Desmond and Andrew Austin each had an assist for the 8-6-1 Eagles. Mason Smith stopped all six shots he faced.

Lasell 3, St. Joseph’s 2

At Newton, Mass., Saturday, an own goal at the 51st minute game Lasell the victory.

Evan Gaccione and Peter Clark scored goals for 8-3-3 Lasell and Aren Moorman made nine saves

Mike Sanfilippo and Zach Johnson each scored a goal for 9-5 St. Joe’s of Standish and Kenny Grade made seven saves.

UMass Dartmouth 5, USM 0

At North Dartmouth, Mass., Saturday, Victor Ferreira scored two goals and recorded two assists to help UMD improve to 9-4-1.

Brady Paradis, Kyle Durate and Jacinto Centeio each added a goal for the winners. Alex Charette made seven saves and Ian Dollen-Oliveto had four for 3-11 USM.

Women’s ice hockey

Bemidji State 7, Maine 0

At Orono, Saturday, Montana Vichorek scored just 35 seconds into the game and Sadie Lundquist added one in the second period as the Beavers rolled by the Bears.

Emily Erickson, Rachael Kelly and Ericka Wheelhouse each added a goal for 3-1-2 Bemidji and Molly Arola and Lauren Williams both scored empty-net goals.

Kylie Smith made 15 saves and Brittany Ott had two for 4-2 Maine while Alana McElhinney had 17 for Bemidji.

Field hockey

Maine 5, Hofstra 4

At Hempstead, N.Y., Zoe Adkins scored of a feed from Holly Stewart with 6:13 remaining Sunday, capping a string of three Black Bear goals in a span of 10:41 as the 13th-ranked University of Maine rallied for a 5-4 field hockey victory over Hofstra.

Amy-Lee Levey and Krizia Layne had scored 1:43 apart early in the second half to give the Pride (11-6) a 4-2 lead, but the Bears (14-2) responded as Alexa Binnendijk scored off a Kelly Newton feed on a penalty corner at 53:06 and Jocelyn Mitchell converted an Adkins pass at 62:16 to tie it up.

Courtney Glynn scored a first-half goal off a Newton assist for UMaine, which received three saves on seven shots from Brittany Fleck.

Jonel Boileau and Genna Kovar scored a goal each for Hofstra and Amanda Heyde made 10 saves on 15 shots.

UMF records split

UM-Farmington shut out Colby-Sawyer 5-0 on Sunday after suffering a 4-2 setback to Castleton State on Saturday in Farmington.

On Sunday, Jessica Martin registered three goals to propel UMF.

Sara Lane tallied a goal and an assist for the 7-6 Beavers. Kaleigh Chase chipped in with a goal while Jennifer Benhardt picked up two assists. Curran Brierley and Felisha Taylor combined for two saves on two shots.

Colleen O’Hurley made eight saves on 17 shots for the 3-10 Chargers.

On Saturday, Kristy Pinkham scored twice to lead the Spartans to victory.

Rachel Preusser contributed a goal and an assist and Kealy Chipman scored once for 7-7 Castleton State. Mercedes Maltbie added an assist, while Bridget Dusha made seven saves on 15 shots.

Lily Barry and Chelsea Morley notched a goal each for UMF while Kaitlyn Bullen provided an assist and Curren Brierley made four saves on eight shots.

So. Maine 3, Framingham 1

At Gorham, Bethany Bougie figured in all three goals as the Huskies beat the Rams on Saturday.

Bougie set up goals by Amethyst Hersom and Joanna Gaube, then tallied the clincher herself, unassisted. Kayla Kennedy made three saves on six shots for 7-9 University of Southern Maine of Gorham.

Cassandra Koegel scored for Framingham State (4-10) off an Amanda Tetreault assist. Sarah Ryan made seven saves on 15 shots.

St. Joseph’s 4, Lasell 0

At Newton, Mass., Sarah Bartell scored on a Rachelle Messuri assist early in the second half to send the Monks on their way to victory.

Amanda Sebastiao, Renee Leach and Olivia Tourangeau scored a goal apiece for 9-3 Saint Joseph’s College of Standish, while Melanie Allen and T.J. Cowing added assists. Meaghan Johnson did not make any saves.

Christine Thornton made nine saves for 3-11 Lasell College.

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