STAFF REPORT

HENNIKER, N.H. — Jordan Hale scored two goals as the University of Maine at Farmington men’s soccer team beat New England College 2-0 in a North Atlantic Conference game Sunday.

Hale scored his first goal just 3 minutes, 11 seconds into the game when he punched in a pass from Luiz Ristow. He made it 2-0 on a breakaway at 72:45, scoring his team-high eighth goal of the season.

Tennessee Peters had 10 saves for UMF (5-4-0, 3-1-0 in the conference). Robert Millard had eight saves for NEC (5-5-1, 1-2-1 in the conference).

Wesleyan 2, Colby 0: The Cardinals scored just 2:32 into the game on their way to a NESCAC win over the Mules in Middletown, Conn.

Greg Shaheen scored the first goal and Walter Rodriguez added an insurance goal later in the first for Wesleyan (6-0-2, 6-0-1 in the conference). Adam Purdy made eight saves to earn the win.

Peter Quayle had five saves for Colby (4-4-0, 1-4-0 in the conference).

Colby-Sawyer 2, Thomas 1: The Chargers snapped a four-game losing streak, scoring two goals in the first half to beat the Terriers in a NAC game in New London, N.H.

Alex Ortega and Derek Veilleux of Winslow scored in the first half for Colby-Sawyer (3-7-1, 1-2-1 in the conference).

Michael Hand scored a goal with an assist from Matt Ford and Mikkail Crockwell had seven saves for Thomas (4-4-0, 1-3-0).

Men’s hockey

Maine 7, New Brunswick 3: Brian Flynn had a goal and three assists, while Joey Diamond had a pair of goals in the Black Bears victory in an exhibition game at Alfond Arena in Orono.

Spencer Abbott, Brice Connor, Adam Shemansky and Petro Antonelli also scored for Maine. Goalie’s Dan Sullivan and Martin Ouellette combined to make 28 saves.

Luke Lynes, Nesbitt Thomas and Luke Gallant all scored for New Brunswick. Daniel LaCosta made 21 saves.

Women’s soccer

Wesleyan 4, Colby 2: Nikki Pickering scored two goals in the first 7:32 of the game for the Mules, but the Cardinals quickly rallied to tie the game and earn the win with two goals in the second half in Middletown, Conn.

Pickering gave Colby (4-4-0, 1-4-0 in the conference) a 1-0 lead just 3:22 into the game. She added a goal about five minutes later to make it 2-0.

Wesleyan (4-4-0, 2-4-0 in the conference) cut it to a one-goal game when Hannah Stone scored at 10:07. The Cardinals tied the game at 19:13 on a goal by Kerry Doyle, then won the game with two second-half goals by Laura Kurash.

Emily Brooks had eight saves for Colby, while Jessica Tollman had eight saves for Wesleyan.

UM-Farmington 2, New England College 2: Kayla Tuttle of Waterville and Alida Peake both scored in the first half as the Beavers jumped out to a two-goal lead then held on for a tie in Henniker, N.H.

New England College (5-4-2, 1-2-1 in the NAC) tied the game on goals by Veronica Hytner and Alexandra Korchman.

Beth Lebel and Crystal Johnson combined for make six saves for UMF (3-4-3, 2-2-1 in the conference).

Colby-Sawyer 5, Thomas 0: The Chargers earned their fifth shutout of the season, beating the Terriers in New London, N.H.

Michelle Upham, Sarah Little, Liz Allen and Stephanie Huntley all scored for Colby-Sawyer (8-4-0, 4-0-0 in the NAC), which also got a goal on an own goal.

Kate Thibodeau had 12 saves for Thomas (1-9-0, 1-4-0 in the conference).

Field hockey

Wesleyan 4, Colby 0: Michelle Burt made 12 saves in the Mules loss in Middletown, Conn.

The Mules fall to 1-6-0, 0-5-0 in the NESCAC.

Morgan McCauley had three goals for Wesleyan (4-4-0, 2-4-0 in the conference).

Trinity 1, Colby 0: Hadley Duncan scored the lone goal with 1:01 left in overtime to give the Bantams the NESCAC win in Hartford, Conn. on Saturday.

Michelle Burt had 12 saves to pace the Mules (1-5-0, 0-4-0). Caroline Snite had an assist for Trinity (6-1-0, 5-1-0).

Golf

NESCAC Qualifier: Taggie Martin finished tied for sixth and the Colby College golf team finished sixth out of 10 teams at the NESCAC qualifier at Lyman Orchards Golf Course.

Martin led the field after the first round with a 3-under-par 69. He followed that with a 78 on Sunday for a two-day total of 147.

Also Sunday: Goalie Brian Potter of Waterville earned his second shutout of the weekend as the Husson University men’s soccer team beat Lyndon State 3-0 in Bangor. Potter finished with six saves and had an assist. Zach Emigh, also of Waterville, scored a goal for the Eagles. … Katie McLaughlin of Winslow had an assist as the Husson University women’s soccer team beat Lyndon State 3-1 in Bangor.


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