College roundup: UMaine-Machias 5, UMPI 2

Posted Sept. 12, 2012, at 8:58 p.m.
Last modified Sept. 12, 2012, at 9:15 p.m.

Men’s soccer

PRESQUE ISLE, Maine — Tyler Troup scored two of his four goals and assisted on another in the first half on Wednesday to lead the University of Maine-Machias to a 5-2 men’s soccer victory over UMaine-Presque Isle.

Troup’s first goal staked the Clippers (3-2) to an early lead, but the Owls (3-2) tied it up on Joel Massa’s fifth goal of the season. However, Troup scored at the 23:31 mark and and Stefan Zalucky netted another to give UMM a 3-1 halftime edge.

UMPI cut it to 3-2 on Chad Caverhill’s first collegiate goal with 30 minutes to play, but Troup tallied goals at 24:16 and 9:01 to provide the winning margin.

U-New England 3, UM-Farmington 0

BIDDEFORD, Maine — The University of New England Nor’easters received goals from three different players in a shutout of the University of Maine-Farmington at Barbara J. Hazard Field.

The victory was the second in a row for the 3-2 Nor’easters (3-2). Kyle McGlone converted a rebound of a saved Riley Goodrich shot to get the Nor’easters on the board 4:41 before intermission.

Matthew Christie scored 22 minutes into the second half off an assist from Finn Ducker and Michael Keenan Jr. added a goal.

Aidan McParland made three saves for his third career shutout and second in a row for UNE.

Chris Roberts stopped four shots for the Beavers.

Women’s soccer

Saint Joseph’s 1, Husson 0 (2OT)

STANDISH, Maine — Doe Leckie scored with 10 seconds remaining in the second overtime to lift Saint Joseph’s past Husson University in non-conference action at Westerlea Way Field.

The 3-0 Monks, who outshot the Eagles by a wide 37-6 margin, would not break the scoreless deadlock until the 110th minute. Sam Peters started the with a quick burst down the right sideline and kicked the ball just wide after turning the corner on near the end line.

After a short scrum in the goalmouth Leckie, who entered the match as a sub just minutes earlier, collected the loose ball and buried a shot into the bottom left corner.

Jessica Poulin

Saint Joseph’s Jaci Lorenzen was forced to make only three saves in what was her second shutout of the year. Jessica Poulin was busy for 0-6 Husson making 12 saves, including five in overtime.

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