College Roundup

UNE rallies for field hockey win over Husson

Posted Sept. 03, 2014, at 9:22 p.m.
Last modified Sept. 03, 2014, at 10:19 p.m.

BIDDEFORD, Maine — Beth Sullivan and Olivia Madore scored second-half goals three minutes apart on Wednesday night as the University of New England earned a 3-2 field hockey victory over Husson University of Bangor.

Nicola Matarozzo scored in the first half for the Nor’easters, who received three saves from Holly Smith.

Annika Durrell and Taylor Shaw tallied goals for the Eagles, with Olivia Plaisted and Libby Kain providing assists. Abby Greanleaf made nine saves.

Men’s Soccer

Colby 3, MMA 0

At Waterville, Keith Chernin scored two goals and head coach Ewan Seabrook won his debut as the head coach of the Colby College men’s soccer team in a 3-0 nonconference win over Maine Maritime Academy on Wednesday.

The Mules (1-0 overall) head to Williams College for a 1 p.m. game Saturday. Maine Maritime drops to 0-2 overall.

Chernin scored a goal in each half and Chandler Smith added the other for the 1-0 Mules. Charlie Dupee posted two assists and Brandon Fahlberg added one. Cody Funkhouser made two saves on eight shots.

Marshall Spear made five saves on 14 shots for the Mariners of Castine (0-2).

Thomas 4, Saint Joseph’s 1

At Waterville, Thomas College scored four unanswered second-half goals to beat Saint Joseph’s College of Standish.

London Steede-Jackson, Dakota Duplissie, Max Hansson and John Flores-Mckenna netted a goal apiece for the Terriers. Tre Ming racked up three assists while Winston Trott made six saves.

Garrett Darnell scored in the first half for the Monks. Scott Benner finished with seven saves.

Field Hockey

Colby 9, Endicott 0

At Waterville, Megan Fortier registered a hat trick as the Mules cruised past the Terriers.

McKayla Branch scored two goals and Erin Maguire notched a goal and an assist for 1-0 Colby. Kellie Walsh and Meredith Keenan added a goal each, with Misha Strange providing an assist.

Sarah Evans made two saves for the winners.

Brittany Fox and Abbie Charrier combined to make 11 saves for Thomas College (1-2).

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