Jamison propels USM past Husson men’s lacrosse

Posted April 01, 2014, at 8:17 p.m.

GORHAM — Tyler Jamison scored four goals as the University of Southern Maine spread out its offense over the four quarters to post a 15-2 men’s lacrosse victory over Husson University of Bangor on Tuesday at Hannaford Field.

Austin Watts tallied four goals for the Huskies (2-6), while Burleigh Desjardins scored three, Seth Wing netted two and Luke Johnas and Spencer Tuttle added one each. Ryan Jurgelevich made 10 saves for the winners.

Vinny Visconti and Mark Nardelli scored a goal each for the 3-3 Eagles, while Jack White contributed an assist. Eric Lund made 15 saves.

Colby 23, UNE 12

At Waterville, John Grimaldi racked up five goals and four assists to spark the Mules to victory over the Nor’easters.

Derek Youngman tallied four goals and three assists, while Austin Sayre and Jeff Vaz posted two goals each for the Mules (5-4). Conor MacLaverty (2 assists), Austin Frank and Mark Philipps chipped in with two goals apiece.

Tyler Will (3 saves), Dylan Rothenberg (1), Justin Waligory (4) and Harrison Zhu (2) split the goaltending duties.

Patrick Wolfe connected four four goals and assisted on two others for the University of New England of Biddeford (3-8). Nick Gross and Geoff Bruno each provided two goals and an assist and Mike Allan notched two goals.

Fritz Kleinhempel and Sam Cloutier added one each in support of goalies Joe Medel (6 saves) and John Dusel (19 saves).

Women’s Lacrosse

Colby 18, UNE 6

At Biddeford, Abby Hatch netted a hat trick in a balanced attack as the Mules handled the Nor’easters.

Dana Swaffield, Sara Miller, Abby Hooper, Cassie Rodgers, Lindsay McCabe and Alex Mintz scored two goals apiece for Colby College of Waterville (6-4), while Katharine Eddy, Dori McAuliffe, Florence Robinson and Celeste Murtha each provided a goal.

Sraah Lux racked up four assists and Eddy had two while Michelle Burt, Sarah Evans and Claire Dickson combined to make 10 saves.

Hannah Tavella led the University of New England (6-4) with two goals and an assist, Hannah Warren scored twice and Gina Newsome posted a goal and an assist. Rachel Schwaner had the other goal with Lauryn Huck and Courtney Kendall teaming up to make nine saves.

 

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