WATERVILLE — Meryl Poulin reached 50 career points with three goals in leading the Colby College field hockey team to a 6-0 victory over Thomas College on Tuesday.

She also had a key hand in making sure the Mules (3-3) won in a rout.

Poulin scored two goals off penalty corners and had the first goal of the contest 13:05 in. Poulin stick-handled up the middle and ripped a shot from 10 yards out.

Poulin made it 2-0 off a penalty corner, with assists going to Sarah Falkof and Caitlyn Lancaster. Lancaster scored the next goal for the Mules just 40 seconds later. Lancaster and Falkof assisted again on Poulin’s fifth goal of the season off a penalty corner 6:19 before the half.

Colby added goals by Olivia Lattanzi and Lucy Gerrity in the second half.


COLBY 3, MAINE MARITIME 0: Katie Palano scored midway through the first half and Colby College went on to cruise past Maine Maritime Academy.

Mari Crommett and Marissa Simmons added second-half goals for the Mules (2-1-3), who held a 29-1 advantage in shots.

Colby’s Jayde Bennett made one save for her fourth shutout of the season. Mariners (3-5-1) goalkeeper Lacey Jackson made 10 saves.


SMCC 5, UM-AUGUSTA 3: Katy Gagnon scored four goals to lead Southern Maine Community College (2-3) over the University of Maine-Augusta (0-5) at Augusta.

The Seawolves also had a goal and an assist from Novelle Szandzik along with eight saves from goaltender Ashley Abbott.

UMA’s Jessie St. Amand scored twice and Elora Hixon added the third. Asia Smith finished with four stops in goal for UMA.


ST. JOSEPH’S 3, MOUNT IDA 0: Mikayla Call had a goal and an assist as St. Joseph’s (6-2, 4-2 GNAC) topped Mount Ida (1-6-1, 0-5) at Standish.

Elizabeth Theberge opened the scoring with her first goal of the season in the ninth minute of play. The Monks scored two goals in just under two minutes midway through the second half. With just 11 seconds on the clock, Heather Harrington spoiled St. Joe’s shutout bid with a penalty kick.

Saint Joseph’s keeper Jaci Lorenzen made three saves, while Meghan Begins came up with seven stops for the Mustangs.


MICHIGAN STATE’S Mark Dantonio plans to coach his team Saturday when the No. 24 Spartans host No. 11 Wisconsin, two weeks after he was hospitalized following a mild heart attack.

Looking upbeat and even wisecracking about eating more vegetables, Dantonio announced his intentions Tuesday after showing up at the team’s weekly news conference.

“I’m going to ease back into this much like anybody would after any injury,” Dantonio said. “I’m going to listen to our doctors, but I am going to ease back into this and do something daily with our football team.”

Dantonio said he expects to be in a coaching box but might venture down to the field.