POULTNEY, Vt. — Beth Lebel earned her fourth shutout of the season as the University of Maine at Farmington’s women’s soccer team took a 6-0 North Atlantic Conference win at Green Mountain College on Sunday.

Rachel Clement scored a pair of goals for UMF (7-5-1, 4-1-1), and Waterville’s Kayla Tuttle added a goal. UMF led 5-0 at the half. Green Mountain is now 0-11, 0-5 in conference play.

Maine 3, Binghamton 1: Camille Varin-Tremblay scored from 14 yards out early in the second half, giving Maine the lead for good in America East play in Vestal, N.Y.

Nikki Misener scored a pair of goals for Maine (6-5-2, 2-2-1). Lauren Swant and Elise Applegate combined to make four saves for the Black Bears. Jamie Holliday scored for Binghamton (6-7-1, 0-4-1) in the first half.

Colby 2, Weseyan 0: Abby Hatch placed a shot into the upper left corner of the net at 23:19 of the first half and Emily Brook posted the shutout as Colby took a key 2-0 New England Small College Athletic Conference win in Waterville.

Kate Laxson added a second half goal for Colby (6-3, 3-3). Brook made six saves for the win.

Jessica Tollman had five saves for Wesleyan (4-5-1, 2-5).

Castleton 6, Thomas 0: Sarah Ethier scored three goals and assisted on one to lead the Spartans to the NASC win in Castleton, Vt.

Castleton (9-3-1, 5-0) scored three goals in each half. Sarah Shilstone had three saves for the shutout.

Kate Thibodeau made 16 saves for Thomas (3-9-1, 1-5).


Men’s soccer

Thomas 2, Castleton 1: Paul Rechichi and Michael Hand each scored an unassisted goal to lift the Terriers to the NAC win at Castleton, Vt.

Ian Hunter scored for Castleton (9-4, 3-2). Mikkail Crockwell made 14 saves to earn the win for Thomas (8-2-2, 5-0-1).

Green Mountain 1, UMF 0: Matt Kukola’s first-half goal was the difference as Green Mountain took the NAC win in Poultney, Vt.

Paul Dupre made three saves for UMF (1-11-0, 0-6-0). Nate Kishbaugh made 10 saves to earn the shutout for Green Mountain (3-7-0, 2-3-0).

Wesleyan 1, Colby 0: Wesleyan University pushed its unbeaten streak to seven games with a over Colby in NESCAC action.

Wesleyan (7-1-2, 5-1-1) scored the lone goal of the game at 31:20 when Chris Kafina tapped a cross from Noah Schlesinger into the left corner of the net. Adam Purdy made two saves for the Cardinals.

Colby (3-5-2) goallkeeper Cody Funkhouser had four stops.

Field hockey

Wesleyan 4, Colby 2: Taylor Wells had one goal and two assists as Wesleyan fired 30 shots on goal and had 17 penalty corners in a victory over Colby in NESCAC play.

Misha Strage and Erin Maguire each scored for Colby (4-6, 0-6).

Tori Redding made five saves for Wesleyan (5-4, 4-3). Michelle Burt had 13 stops for the Mules.


Bates 5, Colby 2: Bates captain Jared Quenzel took a 3-and-2 (up 3 shots with 2 holes to play) victory over Tripp Huber. Garrett Johnson of the Bobcats won 5-and-4 over Pete Gabranski, Kevin Shaughnessy was a 6-and-5 winner against Steve Carroll, Garret Bonney took a 3-and-2 victory against Anthony Raymond and Aidan Schmidtberger was a 6-and-5 winner against Jack Hartigan.

Colby co-captain Taggie Martin took a 5-and-4 victory over Corey Gingras, while the Mules also received a 3-and-2 victory from Craig Marshall over Zachary Abbott.

Husson leads USM Fall Classic: Husson junior Bill Hutchins shot an opening round 69 to lead the field in the first round at the par-71, 6059-yard Gorham Country Club in Gorham. Hutchins helped the Eagles to a team total of 293 as Husson currently sits in first place in the 11-team tournament. Southern Maine is just one stroke off the pace with a 294. UMF shot a 317 on the first day and is in ninth place.

Also on Sunday: Maranacook grad David Clough had two assists for the Maine Maritime men’s soccer team in a 6-0 win over UMaine-Presque Isle… Mt. Blue grad Kelton Cullenberg finished 22nd in the New England cross country championship for the University of Maine, posting a time of 26:06.15 over the 8K course in Westfield, Mass.

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