WATERVILLE — Freshman Carly Dee made her first collegiate goal an important one.

Dee scored with 2:43 left in Tuesday’s nonconference game as the Mules took a 1-0 win over the University of New England in women’s soccer.

Colby had a 16-12 shots advantage in shots, but UNE goalkeeper Jess Woodworth made seven saves.

Late in the game, Colby’s Kate Pistel sent a cross a few yards in front of the net. Woodworth struggled to pick up the ball but it bounced free to Dee, who sent the ball into the open net.

Colby goalie Jayde Bennett moved her scoreless streak to 200 minutes and has not allowed a goal in her short collegiate career after making five stops.

The win improved Colby to 1-0-1 while UNE dropped to 3-1.

 

SOUTHERN MAINE 2, UM-FARMINGTON 0: Heidi DeHaan had a goal and assist and Danielle Poulin also scored to pace the Huskies (2-4) against the Beavers (1-2-1) at Farmington.

Kat Rothe made 12 saves for the shutout.

MEN’S SOCCER

BATES 2, UM-FARMINGTON 1: Bates (1-1) scored twice in a three-minute span of the first half and went on to defeat the University of Maine at Farmington (0-2-1) in a home opener, at Russell Street Field.

The Bobcats outshot the Beavers 20-0 in the first half. Tyler Grees volleyed in a rebound in the 40th minute. Three minutes later Bates was awarded a penalty kick and senior captain Patrick Jackson converted for a 2-0 lead.

UMF sophomore Jordan Hale made it 2-1 in the 57th minute, scoring on a breakaway. Greg Watts finished with four saves.

 

BOWDOIN 4, HUSSON COLLEGE 0: Three goals from Eddie Jones paved the way for the Polar Bears at Hampden Academy in Hampden.

The Polar Bears (1-0-1) took the lead 8:32 into the match on Jones’ first score and was assisted by Michael Gale, who finished with a goal and two assists. Dan Hicks posted his second consecutive shutout to begin the season, needing just one save. Dating back to last season, Hicks has not allowed a goal in his last 332:41.

 

UNE 6, MOUNT IDA 1: The University of New England (2-2-1) had six players score in a runaway victory over Mount Ida College (0-5) at Biddeford.

Kevin Tarr, Matt Christie, Kyle McGlone, Cody LaPointe, Jason Lariviere and Shirwac Hussain Ali had goals for the Nor’easters. Senior goalkeeper Jon Planer made three saves for UNE, which owned a 31-7 lead in shots.

FIELD HOCKEY

ST. JOSEPH’S 2, UNE 1: Courtney Rague scored off a penalty corner from Melanie Allen with less than eight minutes remaining to send the Monks (3-0) over the Nor’easters (2-3) at Biddeford.

Rague set up a goal by Kayla Nowell at 17:09 of the first. Emily Koehler tied it just over eight minutes later.

Meghan Johnson stopped 13 shots for the win. Ayla Nelson made nine saves for UNE.

BOWDOIN 6, WELLESLEY 0: Jesse Small and Katie Herter scored two goals apiece to lead Bowdoin in a rout of Wellesley (2-1) in Brunswick. Herter gave the Polar Bears the lead 15:19 into the contest and Cathleen Smith tipped in an Ella Curren slap shot from the left wing to send Bowdoin into the break with a two-goal advantage.

Elizabeth Clegg opened the scoring in the second half and Small netted a pair of late goals.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL

This year’s Michigan-Notre Dame game was the highest-rated Irish game on NBC in four years. The Wolverines’ 28-24 win Saturday in Brian Kelly’s second game as Notre Dame coach drew a 4.5 rating and 10 share. That’s the highest since a 4.7/11 for the No. 4 Irish’s 41-17 win over No. 19 Penn State on Sept. 9, 2006. It was the best for a Michigan-Notre Dame game on NBC since 2002. Ratings represent the percentage of all homes with televisions tuned into a program. Shares represent the percentage of all homes with TVs in use at the time.