CASTINE — Jacob Doolan, Joseph DiBiase and Michael Fahey combined for 301 yards and five touchdowns on the ground as Maine Maritime Academy rolled to victory over Holland College of Prince Edward Island at Ritchie Field.

Doolan finished with a game-high 147 yards and two touchdowns on just nine carries. DiBiase rushed 15 times for 92 yards and two scores, while Fahey rushed for 62 yards and a TD on 12 carries.

ALFRED 34, HUSSON 17: Tyler Johnson threw for 297 yards and five touchdowns to lead Alfred to a convincing win over Husson in both teams’ season debut in Alfred, N.Y.

Alfred outgained Husson, 439-185, in total yards, and had 297 yards through the air and five touchdowns. Husson QB Joe Seccareccia completed 15 of 39 passes for 134 yards and an interception. Stephan Dance led the Eagles defense with 10 tackles and a forced fumble while Ellis Throckmorton added nine tackles, two for a loss.


THOMAS 3, UMPI 2, OT: Bronte Howorth scored in overtime to give Thomas a win on the final day of the Terrier Women’s Soccer Classic at Smith Field.


Howorth dribbled down the left side of the pitch then chipped the ball over the head of UMPI keeper Allison Lopez for the game-winner. Howorth also had assists on the Terriers’ first two goals.

Thomas rallied from deficits of 1-0 and 2-1 to force overtime. Kajsa Kaufeldt scored in the 75th minute to tie the game at 1-1 and again on a header to knot it at 2-2 with less than a minute left.

Bethany Heald scored both goals for UMPI.

WILLIAMS 2, COLBY 0: Emily Brook stopped 12 Colby shots to preserve Williams’ win in both teams’ NESCAC opener in Williamstown, Mass.

Audrey Thomas scored in the first half and Kristi Kirsche in the second half as the Ephs outshot the Mules, 26-6. Colby goalkeeper Hannah Van Wetter was not credited with a save. Janie O’Halloran had two of Colby’s six shots in the game. Her second shot was their best scoring chance of the game, but it hit the post with 2:03 left.

UNE 4, UMF 0: The University of New England scored twice in each half and dominated throughout for a nonconference win in Biddeford.



UMF 3, FRAMINGHAM ST. 1: Delaney Kein and Susan Newkirk scored first-half goals and the University of Maine at Farmington held off a Framingham State comeback bid in the Beavers’ season-opener in Framingham, Mass.

Kein scored 7:07 into the game off a pass from Lindsey Whitney. Newkirk added her marker with an assist from Chelsea Morley with 8:11 left in the half.

Amie Souza cut the lead in half with a goal 1:08 into the second half, but Carly Raymond provided the clincher with 4:37 remaining.

WILLIAMS 3, COLBY 2: Williams College scored twice in the final 5:34 to pull out the comeback win over Colby in both teams’ NESCAC opener at Smith College in Northampton, Mass.

Misha Strage’s unassisted goal gave the Mules (1-1) a 2-1 lead with 15:28 left. But Rachel Brissette tied it with 5:34 left and Claire Swingle delivered the game-winner with 2:21 to go.


SMITH 4, THOMAS 2: Smith scored four times in the first half and held off Thomas in the second to win the consolation game of the Betty Richey Field Hockey Tournament in Poughkeepskie, N.Y.

Smith went up 4-0 in the first half on two goals apiece by Jenny Estes and Marissa Vara. The Terriers charged out of the gates for the second half with goals from Brittany Premo and Abigal Dunn.

Abbie Charrier made seven saves for Thomas. Nora Demick stopped eight shots for Smith.



Colby’s Alanna McDonough and Jeff Hale won the junior/senior women’s and men’s races in a dual meet with Bates in Waterville.


Bates won the meet, 65-45 (high score wins).

McDonough was the lone runner to break 19 minutes with her clocking of 18 minutes, 50.62 seconds. Krista Brown finished second in 19:02.45, but she finished about 37 seconds ahead of the third-place finisher. Bates’ Addie Cullenberg, of Farmington, finished sixth overall in 20:12.03.

Bates’ Jessica Wilson (19:32.46) took the first-year/sophomore race. Colby’s Taylor Kennedy was second in 19:35.85.

Hale took the men’s junior/senior race with a winning time of 15:37.49, nine seconds in front of runner-up John Stansel of Bates. Colby’s David Chelimo won the first-year/sophomore race. The two teams tied in the overall race, 55-55.


Chrissy Larrabee of Brooks and University of Maine at Farmington’s Connor Wagner won the Husson Harrier Invitational in Bangor.


Larrabee (20:04.62) and runner-up Alecia Palmer helped Husson notch the team win in the women’s race with 16 points, easily outdistancing UMF (52) and Maine Maritime Academy (71).

Amy Hilton, of Wilton, finished 12th to contribute to Husson’s win. Emily Franklin was UMF’s top runner, finishing sixth.

The University of Southern Maine won the men’s meet for the second year in a row by placing five runners in the top 14 to edge out MMA, 38-42. UMF (61) finished third, followed by Husson (86).

Will Lundquist, of Augusta, finished third to lead the USM contingent, posting a time of 29:56.43. Monmouth’s Kevin Desmond was the second Husky to cross the finish line, placing fifth overall in 30:19.06.

Wagner won the race in 29:16.96.

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