September 23, 2020

Martel gets Bears by UNH

ORONO – Laura Martel scored at the 85:08 mark on a Veronique Fleury assist to lead the University of Maine women’s soccer team past the University of New Hampshire 1-0 on Sunday.

Jasmine Phillips blocked the only shot that she saw for the 9-1-1 Black Bears.

Lynn Gugliuzza made six saves on seven shots for 3-7-0 New Hampshire.

Husson 4, Johnston State 0

At Bangor Saturday, Samantha Homer, Katie Nickerson and Shelby Pickering each tallied a goal and an assist to lead Husson past Johnson State.

Shelby Morissette added a goal for the 5-3-1 Eagles and Danielle Billings notched an assist. Leah Drew made one save on four shots.

Francesca Delle-Femine recorded three saves on 17 shots for 5-6 Johnson State.

Husson 2, Castleton State 0

At Bangor, Samantha Homer and Shelby Pickering scored to lead Husson College past Castleton State on Sunday.

Danielle Lorusso and Katie Nickerson provided assists for the 6-3-1 Eagles. Leah Drew stopped all four shots.

Kim Allen made nine saves on 11 shots for 5-4-1 Castleton State.

Mount Ida 1, UM-Farmington 0

At Farmington Saturday, Elise McLear scored on a feed from Katie Lorenco to lead Mount Ida over UMaine-Farmington.

Jamie Hurd made 11 saves on 15 shots for 6-3 Mount Ida.

Alix Raymond had three saves on four shots for the 5-4 Beavers.

MMA 1, Castleton State 1

At Castine Saturday, Hillary Arris made five saves to help Maine Maritime preserve the tie.

MMA (2-3-2) outshot Castleton (Vt.) State 11-8, and got a first-half goal from Jesse Taylor to take a 1-0 lead.

The Spartans (5-4-1) rallied to tie the game on a breakaway goal by Tracy Stala. Kim Allen made four saves in goal for Castleton.

Colby 2, Middlebury 1

At Waterville Saturday, Laura Williamson headed in a cross from Katie McCabe with 3:19 left in the first half as Colby held off Middlebury for the win.

Liz Morbeck scored on a Meg Cordner pass for the 5-0-2 Mules. Liza Benson finished with 11 saves on 24 shots.

Nora Tomlinson-Weintraub netted the lone goal for Middlebury and Erin Pittenger tallied an assist. Adele Plunkett made five saves on 17 shots for the Panthers.

Lasell 2, Thomas 1

At Waterville, Justine Hill scored both goals as Lasell downed Thomas.

Nicole Ruggerio tallied an assist for the Lasers.

Karen Demers on a break away for the Terriers.

UM-Fort Kent sweeps

At Fort Kent, Maria Williams scored three goals to lead the University of Maine of Fort Kent past Saint Joseph’s College 8-1 on Saturday. The Lady Bengals beat Paul Smith’s College on Sunday 7-1.

On Saturday, Liz Clavette had a goal and two assists for UM-Fort Kent. Sarah Pinette and Lindsay Cyr both had a goal and an assist. Jeanne Frazer and Nicole Nowakowski added goals. Heather Hartman stopped seven of eight shots.

Katie Chase made 34 saves on 47 shots for Saint Joseph’s College.

On Sunday, Jodyann Blake scored three goals for the Lady Bengals. Clavette added two goals and Pinette had a goal and an assist. Heather Hartman stopped nine of 10 shots.

Karlie Zurmuhien stopped 15 of 25 shots for Paul Smith’s College.

MMA 3, Johnson State 2

At Castine Sunday, Amy Preble scored the game-winning goal in the 86th minute to lift Maine Maritime to victory.

Kristen Gaylord and Jessie Taylor each notched a goal for the 3-3-2 Lady Mariners. Hillary Arris made three saves on 12 shots.

Vanessa Ralston and Casey Rusin each netted a goal for 5-4-1 Johnson State. Francesca Delle-Femino had five saves on 19 shots.

Field hockey

Albany 3, Maine 0

At Albany, N.Y. Saturday, Michelle Simpson had a goal and an assist and Nicole Savage added two assist as Albany defeated Maine in America East play.

Vanessa Walter and Kristen Holder each added a goal for the Great Danes, 8-3 overall and 1-0 in the conference.

Ashley Ross made four saves on seven shots for Albany. Rebecca Giroux made nine saves on 18 shots for Maine (3-8, 0-1).

UM-Farmington 1, Simmons 0

At Farmington, Andrea Tyler scored on a feed from Katie Gorham to lift UMaine-Farmington over Simmons.

The Beavers improve to 4-1, 3-0 in conference.

Middlebury 3, Colby 2

At Waterville, Dana Rye’s goal with 11 minutes left lifted No. 7 Middlebury to victory over Colby at Bill Alfond Field.

Lacey Farrell added a goal and an assist for the Panthers, while Reid Berrien also scored for the winners.

Chrissy Maloney and Mary Clare Snediker each scored for Colby, while Chelsea Rosenheimer and Jess Egan had assists.

Meghan McGillen made seven saves on 15 shots for 6-0 Middlebury. Jamie Enos made 16 saves on 24 shots for 1-4 Colby.

Men’s soccer

Husson wins two

At Bangor, the Husson College Eagles improved to 8-1-1 with wins 1-0 wins over Johnson State Saturday and Castleton State on Sunday.

On Saturday, Hiroki Ueda headed in the game-winning goal on a cross from Jeff Truchon to lead Husson past Johnston State 1-0 Saturday and .

Jon Cowie made three saves on four shots for the 7-1-1 Eagles.

Andy Lane had seven saves on 13 shots for 3-6 Johnson State.

On Sunday, Hiroshi Iwabuchi scored the game-winning goal against Castleton.

Cowie had six saves on eight shots for the 8-1-1 Eagles.

Ben Colona and Kevin Merchant combined to make seven saves on 15 shots.

UM-Farmington 1, Mount Ida 1

At Farmington, Jordan Hickey scored on a pass from Nate Ghelli to lift UMaine-Farmington past Mount Ida.

Brian Lemont made one save on 10 shots for the 3-3-2 Beavers.

Brian Leighton had four saves on 16 shots for the Mustangs.

New Hampshire 2, Maine 0

At Durham, N.H. Sunday, Bryan Stewart and John Bergquist each scored a goal as the University of New Hampshire downed UMaine.

Brian Levey tallied one save on three shots for the 6-4-2 Wildcats.

Giacomo Bruino made five saves on eight shots for the 0-11 Black Bears.

MMA 1, Castleton State 1

At Castine, Alan Alexander’s goal 40 minutes into the contest rallied Maine Maritime Academy to a tie with Castleton (Vt.) State.

Castleton (5-5-1) outshot 0-7-2 MMA 23-13, but Mariner goalies Josh Heath and Brian Nason combined to make eight saves to help secure the tie.

Jesse Brown scored on a penalty kick 24 minutes into the match to give Castleton State a 1-0 lead. Mike Anthony made five saves in goal for the Spartans.

Lasell 5, Thomas 0

At Waterville Saturday, Zach Gagna had a goal and an assist as Lasell rolled past Thomas.

With the win, the Lasers improve to 3-4-1 and the Terriers drop to 0-8.

Goalie Russ Beckwith made 12 saves for Thomas.

UM-Fort Kent sweeps

At Fort Kent, the University of Maine at Fort Kent defeated the College of Saint Joseph 11-0 on Saturday and beat Paul Smith’s College 8-0 on Sunday.

On Saturday, Emlyn Jacoby, Andy Martin, and Arnold Lewis each scored two goals for the Bengals. Justin Dunlea, Donatas Sumyla, and Jules Bodo all had a goal. Dwayne Smith and Noe Aparico provided four assists each. Derrick Plourde blocked all four shots.

On Sunday, Lewis had a hat trick with three goals and two assists for UM-Fort Kent. Martin added two goals and an assist and Aparicio had a goal and two assists. Sumyla scored a goal. Plourde blocked the only shot he faced.

Paul Dudec made 22 saves on 24 shots for Paul Smith’s.

Johnson State 1, MMA 0

At Castine Sunday, Telar Tolar came off the bench to score the game-winning goal as Johnson State blanked Maine Maritime.

Andy Lane made one save on four shots for 4-6 Johnson State.

Goalie Brian Nason had two saves on 20 shots as the Mariners drop to 0-8-2.


Maine 3, Hartford 0

At Orono, Shelly Seipp had 33 set assists and seven digs to lead the University of Maine past the University of Hartford 30-19, 20-23, 30-25 on Sunday.

Jessica Wolfenden had 15 kills for the 4-11 Black Bears. Lindsay Allman had 10 digs and one block and Jody Connacher added 10 digs.

Jennifer Monroy paced 7-7 Hartford with 14 kills and 13 digs. Sarah Rasor had 32 set assists and Lauren Flores had 12 digs.

Women’s ice hockey

Mercyhurst sweeps Maine

At Orono, UMaine was outscored 13-3 in two games against fifth-ranked Mercyhurst College, losing 5-2 on Saturday and 8-1 on Sunday.

In the first game, Valerie Chouinard scored two goals to lead Mercyhurst.

Alexandra Hoffmeyer, Kristen Erickson and Julia Colizza each had a goal apiece, and goalie Laura Hosier made 13 saves on 15 shots.

Taryn Peacock and Jenna Ouellette each netted a goal for the Black Bears. Genevieve Turgeon made 49 saves on 54 shots.

In the second game, Stefanie Bourbeau, Colizza, and Chouinard scored two goals a piece to pace Mercyhurst.

Meghan Agosta and Stephanie Jones added goals for 2-0 Mercyhurst. Hosier made 16 saves on 17 shots.

Peacock scored a first-period goal on a Vanessa Vani assist for the 0-2 Black Bears. Turgeon blocked 26 of 34 shots.

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