BANGOR — The Husson University women won their second straight North Atlantic Conference East Division title with a come-from-behind, 13-9 lacrosse victory over Thomas College of Waterville Sunday.
On Saturday, the Eagles knocked off the University of Maine-Farmington 14-2 at Boucher Field in an opening round game.
On Sunday, Megan Clement scored four goals as the Eagles came back from a 6-2 deficit in the first half. Stephanie Eaton scored three goals and assisted on another. Caitlyn Stauffer and Rebecca Hatin each scored two goals. Kaleigh Morneau made 11 saves on 20 shots.
Megan Denby led the Thomas Terriers with four goals. Jillian Lambert and Ceara DiBiase each added two. Tehia Cates finished with 13 saves on 26 shots.
On Saturday, Clement led the way with five goals, one of which was her 100th career score. Stauffer netted four goals while Kim Gambon and Eaton each scored three and assisted on two. Morneau had 12 saves.
Molly Carbin and Emma Morrison scored for the Beavers. Hannah Goodenow also had 12 saves.