WATERVILLE — Dakota Duplissie and Marcus Johnson each scored two goals to lead Thomas to a 4-1 win against Colby-Sawyer in North Atlantic Conference men’s soccer Sunday. Thomas is 6-1-2 overall and 2-0-1 in NAC play.

  NEC 4, UMF 3: The Pilgrims  (6-3-2, 2-0-1) built an early lead and held on for the NAC win in Farmington.  Luis Ristow scored twice for UMF (1-9-0, 0-4-0) and Nick Grim had the other goal.

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UMass 4, Maine 2:  The No. 24 ranked Black Bears had their winning streak snapped at six-straight in Amherst, Mass. The Minutewomen improve to 5-6. Skowhegan graduate Nicole Sevey tallied a goal and an assist while Holly Stewart also scored for the Black Bears (7-5).

Colby 7, Husson 1: Erin Maguire scored the first three goals of the game and Megan Fortier added two to lead the Mules to the non-conference win in Waterville. Lauren Zion and Caitlin Guiney also scored for Colby, which is 4-4 overall and 4-0 in non-conference play. Melissa Souza scored for Husson (6-6-0).

Thomas 3, Anna Maria 1: The Terriers spotted the AMCATS an early goal then scored three straight to post the non-conference win in Paxton, Mass. Miranda Tinsman, Hillary Seekins and Brittany Primo scord for the Terriers. Anna Maria is 5-6 while Thomas is 3-7.

Women’s soccer

Maine 1, UMBC 1, 2OT: Charlene Achille’s first collegiate goal tied the game late in the first half for the Black Bears in Baltimore, Md. Maine is 5-4-2 and 1-1-1 in America East Conference play while UMBC is 1-8-3, 0-2-1.

UMF 5, NEC 0: Alida Peake scored three goals in the opening 15 minutes to lead the Beavers to the NAC win in Farmington. Waterville graduate Kayla Tuttle scored a goal and had two assists while Shelby Bryant also scored for the Beavers. UMaine-Farmington remained unbeaten in NAC play at 3-0-1, while improving to 6-3-1 overall. New England College fell to 4-7-1 overall, 1-3-0 in the NAC.

Colby-Sawyer 4, Thomas 1: Adrienne Bender scored all four goals to lead the Chargers to the NAC win in Waterville. Colby-Sawyer improves to 7-1-2, 3-0-1.

Kajsa Kaufeldt scored for the Terriers (2-6-0, 0-3-0). Kate Thibodeau made 17 saves.


Men: Colby took seventh in club 78 racing at the Textile River Regatta in Lowell, Mass. The crew of Camile Angelo, James Rabjohns, Noah Teachey, Nate Krump, David Watson, Pat Adams, Tim Dutton, Ted Burt and Dan Meyer had a time of 20 minutes, 12.171 seconds. The Mules also had four boats compete in the men’s open 4 event. They took 12th, 14th, and 22nd places in the event.

Women: Annalisa Tester and Justine Seraganian combined to win the women’s 2 event and were part of the women’s club 8 boat for the Mules at the Textile River Regatta in Lowell, MAss.
Tester and sEraganian had a time of 27:51.494 to win the women’s 2. The Mules had four boats in the race. Rebecca Herman and Molly Clark were second (28:10.526), Olivia Collins and Megan Cullinane were third (28:41.705) and Astrid Moore and Jessica Lunde finished fifth (29:26.758).


Colby College’s Taggie Martin finished in a tie for 11th place and the Mules took seventh place overall at the New England Small College Athletic Conference Golf Qualifier in Amherst, Mass.

Martin had the best round of the weekend for Colby with a closing 75 for a two-day total of 153. Pete Gabranski tied for 24th place with a second straight day of shooting 80 (160 total). Tripp Huber was 36th with a 164, Craig Marshall added a 169 for a tie for 43rd and Steve Carroll was 47th with an 82 after finishing eight strokes better than his Saturday round.

Also Sunday: Maranacook graduate Hannah Clough scored two goals as Husson beat Lyndon State 4-1 in women’s soccer action. Clough’s teammate Jess Poulin, a Lawrence graduate, made one save in the win.. . . Erskine grad Brian Potter made five saves as Husson beat Lyndon State 3-0 in men’s soccer.

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