HAMDEN, Conn. — Nicole Sevey had a hand in all five goals as the University of Maine defeated Quinnipiac, 5-2, in college field hockey action Sunday afternoon.

Sevey, a Skowhegan Area High School graduate, scored Umaine’s first three goals — all within the first 20:01 of the game — and also assisted on two goals by Annabelle Hamilton. Sevey finished with eight points, two shy of the UMaine single-game record.

Sydney Velijacic and Gardiner grad Becca Paradee had two assists for Maine (2-3).

Women’s soccer

UM-Farmington 2, Rivier 2 2OT: Keli McLellan and Alexandra Crocker each scored as the Beavers battled to a tie in Nashua, N.H.

Katie Clark and Erskine graduate Bridget Humphrey each had an assist for UMF (0-1-1). Beth Lebel made nine saves.

Susan O’Loughlin and Lauren Tamposi scored for Rivier (0-2-1). Cassandra Brown stopped five shots.

CMCC 6, UM-Augusta 1: Maggie McConkey scored two goals as Central Maine Community Center earned the Yankee Small College Conference win in Augusta.

Amber Pritchard, Mariah Larson and Mikayla Hamilton also scored for CMCC (1-0-0).

Monmouth graduate Jenn Lola scored for UMA (0-1-0). Abby Peabody made 12 saves in her first collegiate game.

Maine 1, Wagner 1: Waterville graduate Jordan Pellerin had an assist on Camille Varin-Tremblay’s goal as the Black Bears battled to a tie in Staten Island, N.Y.

Jackie Nicholas scored for Wagner (4-0-1). Katie Marcy stopped one shot in goal.

Lauren Swant made four saves for Maine (3-1-1).

Also Sunday: Maranacook graduate Hannah Clough had an assist and Lawrence grad Jess Poulin earned the win in goal in Husson’s 8-0 women’s soccer win over Wheelock. … In the Bryant-Harvard field hockey game in Cambridge, Mass., all four goals were scored by Skowhegan alums: MaKayla Hancock and Mallory Hancock found the cage for Bryant, while Sarah Finnemore knocked in her first collegiate goal for Harvard.

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