WATERVILLE — Andrew Meisel scored with 1 minute, 51 seconds left in overtime to help the Colby College men’s soccer team beat Thomas College 1-0 and win the Elm City Bowl on Tuesday afternoon.

The Mules had won 17 straight games over Thomas before falling in overtime last season. Colby improves to 6-4-0, while Thomas falls to 7-5-0.

Meisel scored the only goal of the game after Noah Randall’s header skipped across the six-yard box. Meisel was there to knock it in.

Colby goalie Ben Joslin made four saves for his second straight shutout. Shaquille Trott had five saves for Thomas.

Women’s soccer

Bates 9, UM-Farmington 0: Eight different players scored as the Bobcats cruised to a win over the Beavers in Farmington.

Kara Stefanik had two goals and an assist for Bates (3-4-2). Abby Alexander, Jaimie Cappucci, Lauren Dobish, Sam Rose, Amanda Sirianni, Courtney Talcott and Tina Tobin each added a goal.

Beth Lebel and Crystal Johnson combined to make nine save for UMF (4-7-3).

FIeld hockey

Colby 3, Husson 2: Charlotte Deavers scored two goals in the opening five minutes of the second half as the Mules took a 3-0 lead and held on to beat the Eagles in Bangor.

Colby (2-7-0) lead 1-0 at halftime on a goal by Lauren Zion. Michelle Burt had five saves for Colby, with Kelly Roth, Courtney Erskine and Caroline Chessare each had an assist.

Lori Hiltz and Nokomis graduate Sabrina Vaillancourt both scored for Husson (7-5-0).

Also Tuesday: Winslow High School graduate Katie Caron had an assist as the University of New England women’s soccer team lost to Bowdoin in Biddeford.


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