Michigan State 5, Maine 4 (OT)
Husson 2, Southern Maine 0
Rivier 1, Husson 0
UM-Presque Isle 4, Wheelock 1
Maine 10, Norfolk State 6
Dean 7, Southern Maine CC 0
Montclair St. 4, Husson 0
Salve Regina 2, Southern Maine 0
Dean 2, Southern Maine CC 0
UM-Fort Kent 4, WPI 3
Husson 7, Wheelock 0
Rivier 5, UM-Presque Isle 1
Gordon 6, Southern Maine 0
Keene State 2, U -New England 1
Husson 4, Manhattanville 1
Southern Maine 9, Lyndon St. 0
Maine 4, Central Michigan 0
Southern Maine 3, Manhattanville 2
Bridgewater St. 4, Southern Maine 0
Husson 1, Endicott 0
UM-Fort Kent 4, Gordon 0
U-New England 2, Maine Maritime 1
Fairfield 2, Maine 1
U-New England 4, St. Joseph’s 1
WPI 2, Southern Maine 0
Maine Maritime 2, Becker 1
Berry 9, Thomas 0
At Bangor, Husson outshot Rivier 30-6, but fell in the 10th Annual Husson Classic at Boucher Field.
In the 77th minute, Rivier’s Maggie Cohoon was able to break through the defense and beat Husson goalie Jess Poulin with a low shot to her left side.
Poulin had kept the game scoreless earlier in the contest with a nice diving save, and the Husson defense kept Rivier’s scoring chances to a minimum, allowing just three shots on goal for the game.
Leah Hibbad had a game-high eight shots for Husson.
Poulin finished with a pair of saves while Rivier’s Lauren Goodspeed made 12.
Cohoon was named the tourney’s Most Valuable Player.
Husson’s Katie Cyr and Rachel Moroney joined Hibbad on the All-Tournament team. They were joined by Rivier’s Goodspeed, Paxton LaRocque, Amanda Wickens and Megan Caron. Sam Nadeau and Cassandra Buck from UMaine-Presque Isle and Wheelock’s Jaime Grzych were also named All-Tournament.
UMPI beat Wheelock in the day’s first game 4-1.
At Wenham, Massachusetts, Saturday, Katherine Ferland notched a hat-trick and UMaine-Fort Kent survived a late scare from WPI to go a perfect 2-0 at the Gordon Soccer Classic.
UMFK led 4-1 late in the game, but WPI’s Emily Doherty scored twice in the final two minutes.
Yosselin Berrueco chipped in with a goal and two assists for UMFK (2-0) and Ferland added an assist.
Michelle Delgadillo made 11 saves for UMFK. WPI is 1-1.
At Bangor on Saturday, Leah Hibbad scored two goals to help Husson roll by Wheelock 7-0 in a mutual opener at the 10th Annual Husson Classic.
Taylor Fortin, Katey Curtis, Lexi Crawford, Myra Degre and Katie Cyr each added a goal for Husson while Mollie Roy, Fortin, Sydney Costa, Brooke LaBelle, Hannah Clough, and Curtis each notched an assist.
Goalkeepers Jess Poulin and Anna Wolterbeek earned the shutout for Husson and Meghan Lewis made 14 saves for Wheelock.
In the first game, Maggie Cohoon notched three goals to lead Rivier to a 5-1 win over UMaine-Presque Isle.
At New York on Sunday, Nicol Natale scored a goal and assisted on another to lift Fordham by Maine.
Natale scored off a cross from Ivana Lahcanski at the 20th minute and then Natale set up Kate McDonnell’s goal with a cross early in the second half.
Lauren Swant made two saves on 16 shots for Maine (0-2) while Ally White made two saves on four shots for Fordham (3-1).
At Beverly, Massachusetts, Kyle Goodwin scored two goals to lead Montclair by Husson in the Endicott Gull Invitational championship game.
Damian Bziukiewicz and Lucas Terci each added a goal for Montclair (2-0), which is ranked ninth nationally, while goalies Michael Gonzalez and Kevin Lynch didn’t have to make a save.
Brian Potter finished with 15 saves for Husson (1-1).
At East Lansing, Michigan, on Sunday, Allie Ahern converted off a penalty corner at 1:54 in overtime to give Michigan State the victory.
Megan Fenton and Claire Johnson each scored a goal in the first seven minutes of the game, but Cassidy Svetek responded for Maine at 17:29.
Abby Barker scored for the Spartans about three minutes later, but Maine answered with three goals in 10 minutes to take a 4-3 halftime lead. Holly Stewart scored first, off an assist by Jessica Skillings. Danielle Avani scored next off a Zoe Berkey assist and Nicole Sevey put the Bears up 4-3 with her first goal of the season.
Fordham tied it in the second half on Megan Fenton’s goal.
Emily Corbet made 17 saves for Maine (1-1) and Sierra Patton had six for MSU (1-1).
At Gorham on Sunday, sophomores Sarah Eastman and Taylor Lovely each scored a goal to lead the Husson University Eagles to the win over the University of Southern Maine Huskies in the final game of the 2014 USM Invitational.
Eastman broke through for the first goal of the game in the 22nd minute. With a scrum forming in front of the net, Eastman was able to get her stick on the ball and beat USM freshman goalkeeper Angela Porrazzo.
Following a flurry of activity in front of the USM net, Lovley collected a rebound off of a shot from junior Olivia Plaisted to secure the win for the Eagles at the 66th minute.
Porrazzo made eight saves on 11 shots for USM (1-1) while Husson sophomore goalkeeper Kaitlin Doloff earned the shutout, making seven saves, including turning back a near equalizer in the final minutes of the game for 2-0 Husson.
At Gorham on Saturday, Taylor Shaw scored two goals to lead Husson University to a 4-1 season-opening win over Manhattanville in the Southern Maine Invitational.
Lauren Russell crossed the ball across the goalmouth to Shaw who beat the goalie and gave the Eagles a 1-0 lead just under 10 minutes into the contest.
Taylor Lovley gave the Eagles a 2-0 lead when she knocked in a rebound 25 minutes into the first half.
Shaw would make it 3-0 Husson just before halftime when she knocked the ball in the cage during a scrum in front of the net.
Libby Kain sealed the game for the Eagles just after halftime with her first goal of the season.
Abby Greenleaf and Kaitlin Dollof combined for 10 saves in net for the Eagles.
Bregje Smits scored for Manhattanville.