Late goal lifts UNE past Husson women

Posted Sept. 11, 2013, at 9:43 p.m.
Last modified Sept. 11, 2013, at 10:31 p.m.

BANGOR, Maine — Kayla Hamel scored off an Alexis Wells assist with 2:05 remaining in regulation play on Wednesday, lifting the University of New England to a 1-0 women’s soccer victory over Husson University at Boucher Field.

Gina Iannazzi made 10 saves for the Nor’easters of Biddeford, who outshot the Eagles 18-12.

Jess Poulin made six saves for 1-4 Husson.

Men’s Soccer

UNE 2, UM-Farmington 0

At Farmington, Kyle McGlone scored in the first half off the rebound of a Finn Ducker shot that hit a wall of defenders, giving the Nor’easters the victory.

Tyler Garnick converted an Anthony Frangione pass to tally the other goal for 3-0-1 University of New England of Biddeford. Aidan McPartland was forced to make only one save.

Derek Reilly also made only one saves for 1-1 UMaine-Farmington.

Field Hockey

Husson 2, Bates 1 (OT)

At Bangor, Liz Noddin scored off a Mariah Arno pass 10:53 into overtime, lifting the Eagles past the Bobcats.

Isobel Curtis had staked 1-2 Bates College of Lewiston to a 1-0 lead off a Bridget Meedzan assist in the first half, but Sabrina Vaillancourt equalized in the second half for 3-2 Husson.

Maicee Gustin and Kaitlin Dolloff combined for seven saves for the Eagles, while Becca Otley made 14 of the Bobcats’ 16 saves.

So. Maine 3, UM-Farmington 2

At Gorham, Natalie Harkins converted a Peyton Dostie pass in overtime, lifting the Huskies to victory.

Samantha Crosman and Jessica Boghasian each scored a goal for the University of Southern Maine (3-2), with Cristina Mountain and Rebecca Pratt providing assists. Kayla Kennedy made five saves.

Meghan Hughes and Kaitlyn Bullen netted a goal each for 0-1 UMaine-Farmington. Chelsey Morley and Kashley Weymouth added assists while Curran Brierley made 10 saves.

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