College roundup: Amador scores two goals in UMF women’s win over Husson

Posted Sept. 22, 2013, at 5:58 p.m.
Last modified Sept. 22, 2013, at 7:50 p.m.

BANGOR — Ava Amador scored two goals to lead the University of Maine-Farmington Beavers to a 3-1 North Atlantic Conference win over the Husson University Eagles in women’s soccer action Saturday .

Kayla Tuttle scored the other goal for the University of Maine-Farmington (2-3-1, 2-0-0 NAC), which posted its first regular-season road win over Husson (2-5-1, 0-1-1 NAC) since 2002.

Shelby Bryant, Alexandra Crocker and Sara Quimby each provided an assist for the Beavers, while Beth Lebel and Amy Jones combined for three saves.

Desir’ee Hamler tallied the goal for the Eagles. Jess Poulin finished with 13 saves.

Thomas 3, Lyndon State 2

At Lyndon Center, Vt., Kajsa Kaufeldt scored three goals Saturday, including the clincher with 13:28 to play, to lead Thomas College of Waterville to a North Atlantic Conference win over Lyndon State.

Kate Thibodeau made five saves for the Terriers (3-4, 1-0 NAC).

Trinity 1, Colby 0

At Waterville on Saturday, Elisa Dolan scored at 27:19 of the opening half to give Trinity College a a New England Small College Athletic Conference win over Colby College.

The Mules (1-3, 0-3 NESCAC) were led by Emily Brook’s 10 saves.

Dartmouth 1, Maine 0

At Hanover, N.H., on Sunday, Emma Brush’s second-half goal lifted Dartmouth over Maine.

Tatiana Saunder made four saves for Dartmouth and Lauren Swant finished with two for 3-3-2 Maine.

Green Mountain 4, UMPI 1

At Poultney, Vt., on Sunday, Green Mountain College (4-4) got two goals each from Katrina Ellis-Ferrara and Lauren Nesshoever to beat UMaine-Presque Isle.

Chelsea Nickerson scored a first-half goal for 2-4-1 UMPI.

Men’s Soccer

UMPI wins two

UMaine-Presque Isle defeated St. Joseph’s 3-2 in overtime on Saturday and nipped Green Mountain College 2-1 on Sunday in a weekend swing in Vermont.

On Saturday, Derek Healy scored with 20 seconds left in the second overtime to lift the Owls by the Eagles.

Marc Reynolds scored two goals for the University of Maine-Presque Isle. Luke Bartlett added an assist.

On Sunday, Derek Healy scored two unassisted goals to lead the UMPI by GMC.

Healy scored off a penalty kick in the first half and added a goal in the second half after he picked up a loose ball.

GMC had tied it on Chukwuemeka Ugorji’s direct kick late in the first half.

UMPI is now 3-5. UMPI’s Caleb Bragg-Grady made 13 saves.

Husson 2, UM-Farmington 1

At Boucher Field in Bangor on Saturday, Jeremy Beers scored off a Josh Puckett pass with 10 minutes remaining to lift the Eagles to a North Atlantic Conference victory over the Beavers.

Kyle Hargreaves scored in the first half for Husson off assists from Jimmy Fitzpatrick and Alain Tuyishime. Brian Potter had three saves for the Eagles (1-4-2, 1-0-1 NAC).

Ryan Fairbanks scored the goal for the University of Maine-Farmington (1-2-1, 0-1-1 NAC) to support ‘keeper Derek Reilly, who made nine saves.

Thomas 3, Lyndon State 0

At Lyndon Center., Vt., Dakota Duplissie scored two goals Saturday to lead Thomas to a North Atlantic Conference victory over Lyndon State.

Joshua Phelps gave the Terriers (4-2, 1-0 NAC) the lead for good 22:36 into the opening half off an assist from Tre Ming. Mikkail Cromwell turned aside three shots to record the shutout.

Jason Marks made five saves for the Hornets (0-5-1, 0-1 NAC).

Trinity 2, Colby 1

At Waterville, Trinity College used a penalty kick 17 minutes into the second half to break a 1-1 tie and hold on for a New England Small College Athletic Conference win over Colby College on Saturday.

Trinity (5-0, 3-0 NESCAC) received a goal from Cody Savonen, while Mark Perreault netted the penalty kick. Domenic Quade made eight saves.

The Mules (1-3, 0-3 NESCAC) were led by a goal from Gray Louis. Cody Funkhouser made nine saves.

Field Hockey

Husson 2, Colby-Sawyer 0

At New London, N.H., Sabrina Vaillancourt scored two first-half goals Saturday to propel Husson University of Bangor to a North Atlantic Conference win over Colby-Sawyer.

Vaillancourt becomes the career leader in career points for Husson field hockey and previously had set the school goal-scoring record. Lindsey Arno added an assist for the Eagles (4-2, 1-0 NAC) while Maicee Gustin and Kaitlin Dolloff did not make any saves.

Jodi Dumayne registered 17 saves for Colby-Sawyer (3-4, 0-1 NAC).

Thomas 3, New England Col. 0

At Henniker, N.H., Miranda Tinsman netted two goals Saturday, leading the Terriers past the Pilgrims.

Michelle Greene scored the other goal for Thomas College of Wateville (4-3), while Brooklyn Curry added an assist. Sofia Sourgiadakis made four saves.

Colby 5, Trinity 0

At Waterville on Saturday, Colby College scored four first-half goals to race past Trinity College in New England Small College Athletic Conference action at Bill Alfond Field.

Megan Fortier scored twice and assisted on a goal for the Mules (4-1, 2-1 NESCAC), while Misha Strage, Charlotte Deavers and Kaitylyn O’Connell notched a goal apiece.

Maine 2, Cent. Michigan 0

At Orono on Sunday, Holly Stewart scored off an assist from Annabelle Hamilton at the 18:28 mark of the first half as Maine improved to 4-4.

Danielle Aviani added a second-half goal for at the 64th minute from a Marissa Shaw assist.

Natasha Ford made six saves for Maine and Sadie Reynolds had six for Central Michigan.

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