Frost scores twice as Husson men beat MMA, reach NAC title game

Posted Nov. 02, 2011, at 10:47 p.m.

BANGOR — Freshman striker Phil Frost scored his 13th and 14th goals of the season and added an assist as the Husson University Eagles used four second-half goals to beat Maine Maritime Academy 4-0 in their North Atlantic Conference semifinal at Boucher Field Wednesday night.

Top seed Husson (12-6-1) entertains No. 2 Castleton State (12-5-2) in Saturday’s championship game.

Tyler Metevier broke the scoreless deadlock 3:39 into the second half as he headed home Andrew Austin’s flip throw-in. It was his sixth goal of the season.

Zach Emeigh extended the lead 9:55 later later with his fifth of the season off assists from Greg Dawson and Frost.

Frost headed home an Emeigh feed with 21:04 left and Frost added an unassisted goal 11:04 later.

Brian Potter made five saves on 15 shots while MMA’s William Lacour finished with one save on 18 shots.

MMA finished at 9-5-3.

Field hockey

Husson 1, Castleton State 0

At Castleton, Vt., Kristen Capen made 16 saves on 36 shots and Sabrina Vaillancourt scored her 16th goal of the season at the 4:44 mark of the first half as Husson upset Castleton State in their North Atlantic Conference semifinal.

Kara Poirier assisted on the game-winner for the 10-8 winners.

Bridget Dusha made seven saves on 10 shots for 12-8 Castleton State.

Husson will travel to Saint Joseph’s College of Standish in Saturday’s 1 p.m. championship game.

Keene State 7, So. Maine 0

At Keene, N.H., Elizabeth Coffin scored four goals during a 19-minute span of the first half as the top-seeded Owls eliminated the No. 8 Huskies from the Little East Conference tournament.

Alexandra Billert scored two goals and Stephanie Morse added one for 17-4 Keene State, which outshot Southern Maine of Gorham 21-8. Aimee Donaruma contributed two assists for the Owls while Caitlin Davino Draper and D.J. Cassidy combined to make four saves.

Kayla Kennedy and Lindsey Fortin teamed up to make seven saves for the Huskies, who finish the season at 8-12.

Men’s basketball

EMCC 70, Unity 30

At Unity, Thelbert Green scored a game-high 25 points to lead the Golden Eagles to victory in the teams’ mutual Yankee Small College Conference opener.

Michael Baltimore scored 16 points for 2-0 Eastern Maine Community College of Bangor and Brian Bolduc contributed a double-double with 14 points and 10 rebounds.

Zach Babin and Neil D’acierro scored seven points to pace 0-2 Unity College.

Women’s basketball

EMCC 69, Unity 22

At Unity, Dani Ross scored a game-high 21 points as Bangor’s Eastern Maine Community College beat Unity in a mutual season-opener.

Victoria Davenport and Kelsey Grass combined for 15 points while Unity received seven points from Paige Bilodeau and six from Chelsea Walsh.

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