BIDDEFORD—Kyle McGlone, Matthew Christie and Jeremy Hill each scored to lead the University of New England men’s soccer team to a 3-0 victory over the University of Maine at Farmington  in a non-conference game at Barbara J. Hazard Field on Wednesday.

Sophomore goalie Aidan McParland had three saves for his third career shutout for UNE.

Freshman goalie Chris Roberts stopped four shots for the Beavers (3-2-0).

Husson 3, Colby 0: Vinny Visconti, Brian Loiselle and James Crockford all scored goals as the Eagles beat the Mules in Bangor.

Cam Libbey and Crockford each added an assist for Husson.

Mason Smith had four saves for Colby (0-1-1).

Field hockey

USM 4, UMF 2: The Huskies scored twice in a span of 77 seconds late in the second half to break a 2-2 tie and go on to the win in Farmington.

Rachel Trafton scored the game-winner for USM (4-1) with 4:28 to play. Peyton Dostie added an unassisted goal with 3:11 remaining. Stephanie Lomasney and Ariel Kaplan also scored for the Huskies. Kayla Kennedy made six saves.

Lily Barry had both UMF goals. Skowhegan graduate Becky Pratt and Messalonskee graduate Mara Balboni each had an assist. Curran Brierley finished with five saves for the Beavers.

Bates 1, Thomas 0: Playing the first game on the Thomas turf field, the Terriers lost to the Bobcats in a non-conference game.

Goalies Sofia Sourgiadakis and Jasmine Bishop of Waterville combined for 11 saves for Thomas (0-3-0).

Polly Merk scored the lone goal of the game for Bates (1-1-0).

Also Wednesday: Husson University goalie Jessica Poulin, an Albion native, stopped 12 shots, including five in 20 minutes of overtime play, in the Eagles’ 1-0 loss to St. Joseph’s in a women’s college soccer game in Standish. … Hannah Thornberg scored five minutes into sudden-death overtime as the Endicott field hockey team beat Dartmouth 3-2 in Beverly, Mass.

High school girls soccer

Madison 3, Spruce Mountain 1: The Bulldogs fell behind 1-0 before scoring three unanswered goals in a Mountain Valley Conference game.

Whitney Lloyd, Monica Schafer and Kirsten Wood all scored for Madison (2-3-0). Savanna Kandiko had seven saves to earn the win.

Emily Acritelli had the lone goal for Spruce Mountain (3-2-1).

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