MEDFORD, Mass. — Nicole Campelloni scored two goals and Alex Schmen added another as the Tufts women’s soccer team tripped up Colby 3-1 in a New England Small College Athletic Conference game Saturday afternoon.

Brooke Fortin and Emma Ranalli picked up assists for the Jumbos (2-1-0, 2-0-0 in NESCAC).

Katherine Gillespie scored the lone goal for Colby (0-2-0, 0-2-0).

USM 5, THOMAS 0: The Huskies scored four first-half goals and never looked back en route to the nonconference victory at Smith Field in Waterville.

Sarah Michaud Katherine Hunziker, Hana McNally, Kara Sampsell and Ariana Davidson all scored for USM. Marissa Temple had four saves to earn the shutout.

MEN’S SOCCER

PINE MANOR 5, UMF 2: Pine Manor scored three unanswered goals in the second half to snap a 2-2 game and pull out the non-conference victory in Farmington.

Hakeen Duncan and Jose Corrales each had a goal and an assist for Pine Manor (2-1-0). Oscar Estrada had nine saves to earn the victory.

Austin Dooley and Yusuf Yama each scored for UMF (1-1-0).

FIELD HOCKEY

TUFTS 3, COLBY 0: Celia Lewis scored two goals in the second half to break opena close game and lift the host Jumbos to the New England Small College Athletic Conference victory.

Gigi Tutoni scored the other goal for the Jumbos (1-0 ) while Dakota Sikes-Keilp had two assists.

Libby Desruisseau had eight saves to pace Colby (1-1, 0-1).

CROSS COUNTRY

COLBY 58, BATES 52: Alanna McDonough won the senior/junior class race and teammate Taylor Kennedy took the first-year/sophomore race for the Mules women’s cross country team in a victory at Pineland Farms.

McDonough had the best time of the day at 17 minutes, 1 second to win the 2.84-mile junior/senior race. Kennedy finished the race in 17:11.

COLBY 62, BATES 48: All-American David Chelimo won the junior/senior race while teammate Sam Sinkler took first in the first-year/sophomore event in at Pineland Farms.

Chelimo was first in 19 minutes, 15 seconds over the 6-kilometer course. Bates’ Allen Sumrall was second followed by Colby’s Silas Eastman and Griffin Gagnon. In the first-year/sophomore race, Reeve Maddux was third and Bernard Kibet fourth for Colby.

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