WATERVILLE — The Thomas College men’s soccer team won their third game in a row with a 3-1 victory over Castleton State College in North Atlantic Conference action Sunday.

Matt Ford had a goal and an assist for the Terriers (7-4-0, 3-3-0). Khamisi Lightbourne and Michael Hand also scored for Thomas. Mikkail Crockwell stopped 12 shots in net.

Dillion Zaengle scored for the Spartans (7-5-1, 4-1-0). Nate Koenemann made eight saves.

UMF 2, Green Mountain 1: Jake Constantine and Waterville graduate Sean Raph each scored a goal to lead the Beavers to the NAC win in Farmington.

Tennessee Peters stopped seven shots for UMF (6-5-0, 4-2-0).

Chris Gaskin scored for the Eagles (1-9-1, 1-4-0). Nate Kishbaugh made nine saves.


Field hockey

St. Joseph’s 3, Thomas 1: TJ Cowin scored twice and Peyton Dostie added a goal as the Monks (8-2-0, 6-0-0) earned the NAC win in Standish.

Brittany Premo scored for Thomas (4-9-0, 2-4-0). Sofia Sourgiadakis made six saves.

Boston University 2, Maine 1: Macey Gaumond and Nicole van Oosterom each scored a goal to lead the No. 19 Terriers past the No. 10 Black Bears in Orono. Valentina Cerda stopped five shots for Boston University (8-5-0, 2-0-0).

Zoe Berkey scored for Maine (11-2-0, 1-1-0). Brittany Fleck made three saves.

UMF 2, Husson 0: Lily Barry scored both goals to lead the Beavers to the NAC win in Bangor. Gardiner graduate Kashley Weymouth assisted both goals. Curran Brierley made 21 saves for UMF (6-4-0, 4-1-0).


Husson falls to 7-4-0, 3-3-0 in the NAC.

Women’s soccer

Castleton State 6, Thomas 0: Hilary Cook had a hat trick to lead the Spartans (10-4, 5-0-0) to the NAC win in Waterville. Sarah Ethier, Courtney Chadburn and Kelsey Garceau also scored for Castleton while Katja Langmaid stopped five shots.

Katie Thibodeau made 17 saves.

UMF 4, Green Mountain 1: The Beavers scored three straight goals to break open a tie game and earn the NAC win in Farmington.

Alida Peake and Noelle Moulton each had a goal and an assist for UMF (4-6-3, 3-3-1). Messalonskee graduate Danica Wilson and Jenna Silliboy each scored. Beth Lebel made one save.


Erin Burch scored for Green Mountain (0-8-1, 0-5-0). Emma Lord made 16 saves.

Maine 2, UMBC 1: Sady Tobin scored both goals to lift the Black Bears to the America East win in Orono. Megan Price-Liebenzeder made four saves for Maine (4-6-1, 1-3-0). Lauren Kadet made six saves for the Retrievers (0-11-2, 0-3-1).


Colby 154, Bates 112: Thomas Lampert had the top score of the day with a 35 and Harry Smith added a 33 as the Mules closed out the season with a win in the Sid Farr Invitational at the Waterville Country Club. The tourney used Stableford scoring (most points wins). Peter Gabranski added a 30 for Colby while Tripp Huber and Taggie Martin each had a 28.

Husson wins NAC: Winslow graduate Matt Loubier and Waterville grad Chris Hamel helped Husson University win its sixth straight North Atlantic Conference championship over the weekend. The Eagles nipped Salem State 600-601 for the title.

Loubier shot 74 on Sunday and 71 Saturday and was named NAC Player of the Year. Hamel shot 71-75–146. Castleton State finished third followed by the University of Maine at Farmington, Maine Maritime, Johnson Satte and Green Mountain College.


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