BOSTON — The University of Maine at Farmington erased a one-goal deficit with six goals in a span of 26 minutes to defeat Lasell, 7-2, in a North Atlantic Conference field hockey game Sunday afternoon.

Lasell (3-6-0 overall, 1-4-0 NAC) led 2-1 early in the second half on two goals by Ainslee Thompson. Within four minutes, UMF had the lead.

Mt. Blue graduate Kaitlyn Bullen and Lily Barry each scored two goals for the Beavers. Chelsea Morley and Emma Daniel had a goal apiece. UMF remains unbeaten in the conference at 3-0-0 and is 3-3-0 overall.

Simmons 1, Thomas 0: Monica Doucette scored 2:02 into the game as the Sharks edged the Terriers in a NAC game in Boston.

Meghan Fay had an assist for Simmons (2-7-0, 1-2-0 in the conference).

Thomas’ best chance came when a shot by Maranacook graduate Ally Kennedy went just wide of the cage. The Terriers (2-5-0, 1-2-0) had 18 penalty corners. Nokomis graduate Becca Boyce made a defensive save, and goalies Jasmine Bishop of Waterville and Sofia Sourgiadakis combined for 16 stops.

Men’s soccer

Colby 7, UMF 0: After going scoreless in their first four games, the Mules erupted with five goals in the first half to beat the Beavers in Waterville.

Charlie Dupee scored two goals for the Mules, who outshot UMF, 22-1. Andrew Meisel added a goal and an assist, and Matt Giron, Eric Nesto, John Bengtson, and Matt Ayers had a goal apiece. Chris Roccotagliata assisted on Colby’s final two goals.

Colby is now 1-2-2, while UMF is 1-7-0.

Bates 1, Thomas 0: The Terriers suffered their first loss of the season, dropping a tight game with the Bobcats in Waterville.

Ethan Hirshberg scored on a header from John Murphy in the 22nd minute for Bates (2-2-1). Zach Shabman had three saves.

Mikkail Crockwell made five saves for Thomas (5-1-1).

Women’s soccer

Maine 3, Vermont 2: Maggie Malone booted one into the top right corner of the net in the 85th minute to give the Black Bears the win over the Catamounts in Orono.

Lisa Bijman and Liis Emajoe also scored for Maine (5-3-1). Lauren Swant made five saves.

Bre Pletnik and Alexandra Dezenzo had the goals for Vermont (1-9).

Rivier 4, UM-Farmington 1: Despite holding a 19-11 advantage in shots, the Beavers fell in a non-conference game in Farmington.

Lauren Tampossi had three goals for Rivier (2-5-1), including the game-winner to break a 1-1 tie in the 64th minute. Susan O’Loughlin accounted for Rivier’s other goal.

UMF’s goal was scored by Waterville graduate Kayla Tuttle. Alexandra Crocker had the assist. The Beavers are 4-3.

UMaine-Fort Kent 5, Thomas 0: Katherine Ferland had three goals and an assist to lead the Bengals past the Terriers in Waterville.

Ariane Pelletier scored two goals in the first half, and Ferland recorded a hat trick in the second half. Richmond graduate Lindsy Hoopingarner, making her first collegiate start, had 17 saves for the Terriers (2-6-0 overall, 0-2-0 in the conference).

College golf

Maine Intercollegiate Golf Championship: Aiden Boyce shot a two-round total of 144 to lead the University of Southern Maine to victory at Val Halla Golf Course in Cumberland.

USM did not have one player score higher than 80 on the second day of the tournament and cruised to the title with a score of 595. The University of New England finished second with a score of 616. For UNE, Cony High School graduate Tyler Moody had a two-round total of 152 and Winthrop High School graduate Andy Emery shot 152.

Colby finished eight and UMF was ninth.

Also Sunday: Brittany Locke of Waterville scored her first goal of the season as St. Joseph’s field hockey defeated Rivier, 4-3, in double overtime. …

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