ORONO — The University of Maine field hockey team won its eighth game in a row, beating UMass-Lowell 2-0 on Sunday.

Daneille Aviani and Libby Riedl each scored for Maine, which improved to 15-2 and 5-0 in America East Conference play.

Emma Cochran started in goal and earned the win for the Black Bears. Emily Corbett played in goal for Maine in the second half.

BOWDOIN 5, COLBY 1: Kimmy Ganong tallied her first career hat trick in New England Small College Athletic Conference play at Ryan Field in Brunswick.

Becca Moore scored an unassisted goal for Colby (7-6, 2-6 NESCAC).

Clara Belitz made one save to earn the win for Bowdoin (12-0, 8-0). Sarah Evans made eight stops for the Mules.

WOMEN’S SOCCER

BOWDOIN 1, UMF 0: Maggie Godley’s goal in the 18th minute stood as the game winner, giving the Polar Bears the non-conference win in Farmington.

After Kiana Thompson deflected away a Bowdoin (7-4-1) shot, Godley came away with the ball as the Beavers tried to clear it, and scored her goal.

UMF’s best chance came shortly before Godley’s goal, when Lydia Roy came in on a breakaway. Roy’s shot sailed high over the crossbar.

Thompson made 17 saves for the Beavers (5-9-1). Rachel Stout made one save for Bowdoin.

BINGHAMTON 2, MAINE 0: Despite outshooting the Bearcats 20-15, Maine couldn’t get on the board and fell in America East play in Orono.

Binghamton (2-11-2, 1-4-1 America East) struck first at the 26th minute of the first half. Katherine Corcoran tallied her first goal of the season when she curved a direct corner kick into the Maine net, giving the Bearcats a 1-0 edge. The Bearcats put the game away at 86:23 when Leighann Bennett scored off an assist from Hannah Shankman.

Claudia Dube-Trempe made seven saves for the Black Bears (8-6-1, 3-2-1).

WOMEN’S ICE HOCKEY

MAINE 2, MERRIMACK 1: Abbey Cook’s second period goal gave the Black Bears the lead for good in Hockey East play in North Andover, Mass.

Emily Volpe scored to give Merrimack (1-5, 1-1 Hockey East) an early 1-0 lead. Catherine Tufts scored early in the second period to tie the game for Maine (2-4, 2-2).

Meghann Tracey earned the win in net for the Black Bears.


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