ORONO – The University of Maine women’s soccer team won its third straight game Sunday, topping Temple 2-1 to complete the Black Bears’ nonconference schedule.

It helps that Gorham’s Kelsey Wilson is on a hot streak of her own. Wilson scored a goal in each half against the Owls (4-5). She’s found the back of the net five times and has an assist in the Bears’ last three games.

Against Temple, Wilson scored on a header late in the first half, then again in the 67th minute. The second tally put Maine up 2-0. Temple’s Niki Conn scored on a penalty kick with 17:08 remaining to narrow the margin.

Meagen Price-Leibenzeder had three saves for Maine (4-3).

FIELD HOCKEY

KEAN 2, ST. JOSEPH’S 0: Olivia Triano scored in the 16th minute and Kelly Mataya converted a penalty stroke with 9:09 left to help the Cougars (5-1) get by the Monks (3-2) at Union, N.J.

Meaghan Johnson made 11 saves for St. Joseph’s, which was outshot, 27-7.

MAINE 3, YALE 2: Jocelyn Mitchell scored at 5:41 of overtime to lift the Black Bears (6-2) over the Bulldogs (4-2) at New Haven, Conn.

Kelly Newton score twice to help Maine overcome 1-0 and 2-1 deficits in its fourth straight win.

WHEATON 3, UNE 2: Junior Bonnie Davies converted a penalty stroke 3:20 into overtime to lift Wheaton in a nonconference match.

Wheaton (6-2) held a commanding 52-16 advantage in shots, including a 36-4 margin after halftime over the Nor’easters (3-4).

Bree Tupper had a goal and an assist and Hayley LaPointe also scored for UNE. Senior goalkeeper Ayla Nelson stopped a personal-best 20 shots.

MEN’S SOCCER

AMHERST 7, SAINT JOSEPH’S 0: Regionally-ranked Amherst College (2-0-2) handled Saint Joseph’s (4-4) in nonconference action in Standish.

The Lord Jeffs, ranked fifth in the most recent NSCAA New England Region Poll, controlled the match from horn to horn and held commanding advantages in shots (34-2) and corner kicks (9-0).