FARMINGTON — The University of Maine at Farmington field hockey team won their third straight game with a 5-0 victory over Colby-Sawyer on Saturday afternoon.

Carly Raymond, Rebecca Young, Sarita Crandall, Mara Balboni and Andrea Beaulieu each scored for the Beavers (6-3). Chelsea Morely, Delainey Kein and Raymond each had an assist. Patricia Smith made four saves.

Jodi Dumayne stopped six shots for Colby-Sawyer (6-5).

THOMAS 7, NEW ENGLAND COLLEGE 0: Taylor Bergeron scored two goals as the Terriers picked up their first conference win in Henniker, N.H.

Abby Dunn, Brittany Premo, Erica Blake, Brooklyn Curry and Erin Nelligan also scored for Thomas (4-8, 1-1 NAC). Abbie Charrier and Brittany Fox combined to make five saves. Karlie Bove stopped 15 shots for NEC (0-12, 0-2).

COLBY 5, WESLEYAN 1: Misha Strage scored two goals and added an assist to lead the Mules to the New England Small College Athletic Conference win in Waterville.

Erin Maguire added a goal and two assists for Colby (5-4, 1-4). McKayla Blanch had a goal and an assist and Kaitlyn O’Connell also scored. Sarah Evans made seven saves.

Lilah Fones scored the lone goal for Wesleyan (3-6, 2-3). Sara Grundy stopped nine shots.

MAINE 3, SACRED HEART 1: Annabelle Hamilton, Danielle Aviani and Holly Stewart each scored to pace the Black Bears to the win in Burlington, Vt.

Nicole Sevey and Becca Paradee had an assist each in the win. Emily Corbett made two saves for Maine (5-6).

Lauren Harrison scored for Sacred Heart (5-6). Mary Altepeter made four saves.


UM-FARMINGTON 3, JOHNSON STATE 1: Alexandra Crocker, Jennifer Denault and Bridget Humphrey each scored as the Beavers pulled off the upset in Farmington.

Katie Clark and Sara Quimby chipped in with an assist each for UMF (3-6-0). Sam Hatch made three saves.

Kylie Aither scored an unassisted goal for Johnson State (7-4-0). Amber McCullock made 12 saves.

COLBY 2, WESLEYAN 1: Maddie Tight and Amanda Findlay scored a goal apiece to lead the Mules to the NESCAC win in Waterville.

Cami Notaro and Aliza Van Leesten each added an assist for Colby (4-4-1, 1-3-1). Emily Brook stopped five shots.

Sarah Sylla scored a late goal for Wesleyan (1-7-1, 0-4-1). Jessica Tollman made four saves.

THOMAS 2, LYNDON STATE 0: The Terriers used two second-half goals by Bronte Howorth to earn the NAC win in Waterville.

Elizabeth McPhillips added an assist for Thomas (5-7-0, 2-2-0). Paige Leary made three saves.

Julianna Anderson stopped 10 shots for Lyndon State (4-8-0, 0-4-0).


THOMAS 2, LYNDON STATE 1: Max Hansson scored in the 86th minute to lift the Terriers to the NAC win in Waterville. Dakota Duplissie added a team-high 13 shots with three on goal, scoring once for his team-leading ninth of the season.

Youl Herjok scored for Lyndon (4-7-0, 0-4-0).

Winston Trott made two saves for Thomas (6-2-2, 3-0-1) while Jason Marks stopped six shots.

JOHNSON STATE 4, UM-FARMINGTON 2: The Beavers scored the first and last goals before falling in the NAC contest in Farmington.

Ryan Fairbanks scored twice, both off assists from Jordan Luks for UMF (1-8-1). Ronie Morales stopped nine shots.

For Johnson State (3-6-1), Keegan Hanlon, Drew Steady, Nihad Basic and Cory Chase each had a goal. Alex Pakatar made five saves.

WESLEYAN 1, COLBY 0: Hans Erickson scored off an assist from Brandon Sousa to give Wesleyan the NESCAC win in Waterville. Emmett McConnell made three saves for Wesleyan (5-2-2, 4-1-0).

Peter Quayle made five saves for Colby (5-4-1, 1-4-0).


WOMEN: Colby had four runners in the top 10 on its way to winning the Colby Invitational. Emma Wood won the race with an overall time of 20 minutes, 29.52 seconds for the Mules while teammate Amy Bianco was second in 20:45.37. Margaret Giles finished fourth in 21:44.60 for the Mules. Also for Colby, Emily Tolman finished fifth (21:44.35), Maggie Hojlo was eighth (22:23.03) and Kate Kerin was ninth in 22:24.31.

Thomas College’s Amanda Cotter was third and was first among cross country team members with a 21:09.62. Courtney Dotterweich of Unity College took sixth in 22:02.10.

The Mules had a team score of 21 and Thomas was second with 54 points.

MEN: The sixth-ranked Colby men also won the Invitational. The Mules rested most of their top 14 runners for future meets. Tom O’Donnell had the best finish for the Mules, taking second in 29:18.91. Sam Crimmins was third (29:30.75) and Seth Gilbane fourth in 29:40.63. Jeff Tucker of the Colby Nordic ski team was the overall winner in 28:55.27.


ROBERT MORRIS 1, MAINE 0: Rikki Meilleur scored her first goal of the season to lead RMU (1-3-0) to the win in Orono.

Courtney Vinet made 18 saves for RMU while Meghann Treacy stopped 24 shots for Maine (2-1-0).

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