BIDDEFORD – Michelle Oswald slapped home a bouncing ball 3:08 into overtime Sunday, and the University of New England remained undefeated with a 4-3 field hockey win over Castleton State.

Castleton (0-2) took an early lead, but Bree Tupper scored back-to-back goals in the 12th and 15th minutes to put UNE (3-0) up 2-1.

The Spartans regained the lead later in the first half and held it until Kelsea Beisaw scored with just over six minutes left in regulation.

MAINE 7, BRYANT 3: Alexa Binnendijk and Annabelle Hamilton each scored twice as the Black Bears (3-1) got past the Bulldogs (0-2) at Orono.

Kelly Newton had four assists.

UTICA 3, SOUTHERN MAINE 1: Mallory Mariano scored a pair of goals to lead the Pioneers (1-1) over the Huskies (0-3) at Oneonta, NY.

Natalie Harkins recorded the goal for the Huskies, and Kayla Kennedy made 13 saves.

WOMEN’S SOCCER

UNE 1, HUSSON 0: Katie Caron’s unassisted goal 6:32 into the second half held up as the Nor’easters (2-0) beat the Eagles (1-2) at Bangor.

UNE held Husson without a shot.

MAINE 1, IONA 1: Meagan Price-Leibdenzeder made six saves as the Black Bears (1-3-1) played to a draw against the Gaels (1-3-1) at Orono.

After 30 scoreless minutes, Carolyne Nellis put the Black Bears ahead with her fourth goal of the season.

Iona tied it midway through the second half.

MEN’S SOCCER

MAINE MARITIME 3, UNE 0: Chad McDonnell scored the tiebreaking goal on a header in the 48th minute to spark the Mariners (1-0-1) past the Nor’easters (0-3) at Bangor.

Abdullah Alkhayyat and Nick El-Hajj each added a goal.

FOOTBALL

(24) WEST VIRGINIA 34, MARSHALL 13: Geno Smith threw two first-half touchdown passes, Tavon Austin returned a kickoff for a score and the Mountaineers beat the Thundering Herd in a game stopped early in the fourth quarter because of lightning at Morgantown, W.Va.

The game was delayed twice for a total of 4 hours, 22 minutes.

(8) TEXAS A&M 46, SMU 14: Cyrus Gray and Christine Michael ran for two touchdowns apiece and Ryan Tannehill threw for two more scores to help the Aggies to a win at College Station, Texas.