FARMINGTON — Senior Lily Barry scored three goals in the final regular-season home game of her career as the University of Maine at Farmington defeated New England College 4-1 in a North Atlantic Conference field hockey game Sunday afternoon.

Barry now has 16 goals this season and the Beavers are 7-7 overall and 7-2 in the NAC. UMF will host a quarterfinal playoff game Saturday. The final matchups will be announced Tuesday evening.

Annie Agnew assisted on all three of Barry’s goals. Emma Daniel also scored for the Beavers. Cony graduate Felisha Taylor and Curran Brierley each made one save.

Jennifer Adams had the goal for NEC (8-10, 6-3), off an assist from Kristen O’Connell. Courtney Duquette made 13 saves as UMF had a 22-5 advantage in shots.

Thomas 4, Rivier 1: Seniors Bre Girard and Ally Kennedy had big games on Senior Day as the Terriers won a NAC game in Waterville.

Girard scored two goals for Thomas (7-9, 4-5). Kennedy, a Maranacook grad, added a goal and an assist. Winslow grad Michelle Greene also had an assist for the Terriers.

Ashley Ruocco scored for Rivier (2-16, 0-9).

Maine 2, Hofstra 1: Cassidy Svetek and Annabelle Hamilton each had a goal as the Black Bears edged the Pride in Orono.

Hamilton put in the game-winner with 4:29 left in the second half. Maine is now 10-8 heading into Saturday’s regular-season finale against the University of New Hampshire.

Krizia Layne scored on a tip for Hofstra (6-10)

Women’s ice hockey

Maine 3, Connecticut 2: Brianne Kilgour had two goals and an assist as the Black Bears earned their first win of the season with a win in Orono.

Brittany Dougherty added a goal and an assist for Maine (1-3-0 overall, 1-1-0 Hockey East). Waterville grad Katy Massey had an assist.

Brittany Ott made 25 saves for Maine. Sarah Moses stopped 34 shots for UConn (1-5-1, 1-1-0).

Also Sunday: Nokomis grad Sabrina Vaillancourt scored her 20th goal of the season and had two assists, and Mt. View grad Chrissy Larrabee also scored as Husson field hockey defeated Castleton, 6-5. The loss was the first for Castleton in the NAC this fall.

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