BIDDEFORD – Casey Clark had four goals and the University of New England field hockey team remained unbeaten with a 5-4 victory over Salve Regina on Saturday.

Michelle Oswald added a goal and Hayley LaPointe had two assists for Nor’easters (9-0, 2-0 Commonwealth Coast Conference), who took a 3-2 halftime lead and had a 45-12 advantage in shots against the Seahawks (3-5, 0-2).

BOWDOIN 3, MIDDLEBURY 2: Ella Curren scored the winning goal as the Polar Bears (4-0, 2-0) edged the Panthers (2-2, 2-2) in overtime at Brunswick.

Cathleen Smith and Elizabeth Clegg each had a goal and an assist for Bowdoin.

MAINE 11, LEHIGH 0: Alexa Binnendijk and Holly Stewart each had a hat trick as the Black Bears (9-1) routed the Mountain Hawks (1-8) at Hamden, Conn.

Kelly Newton added a goal and an assist, becoming Maine’s career assist leader with 40 and breaking the single-season record with 16.

ST. JOSEPH’S 5, NEW ENGLAND COLLEGE 2: TJ Cowin scored a hat trick as the Monks (3-2) cruised to a 3-1 lead and defeated the Pilgrims (2-4) at Standish.

Brittany Locke and Peyton Dostie scored second-half goals to seal the win.

TUFTS 2, COLBY 1: Lindsay Griffith scored with 2:07 to play to cap a come-from-behind victory for the Jumbos (4-1, 2-1 NESCAC) over the Mules (0-4, 0-3) at Waterville.

Colby went ahead 1-0 with 28 minutes left in the game when Hannah O’Brien scored off a cross from Caitlyn Lancaster. Maggie Chapman answered with 8:10 left.

Mules goalkeeper Michelle Burt made 11 saves.

KEENE STATE 1, USM 0: Alyce Ferenc redirected a pass from Jacki Benson for the winning goal as the Owls (6-0, 3-2 Little East Conference) edged the Huskies (5-5, 2-1) at Gorham.

Kayla Kennedy had seven saves for Southern Maine.

WOMEN’S SOCCER

UNE 1, ROGER WILLIAMS 0: Lauren Blaisdell scored with 1:13 remaining to give the Nor’easters (6-1-1, 3-0 Commonwealth Coast Conference) a win against the Hawks (4-4-1, 2-1) at Biddeford.

Katie Caron assisted Blaisdell on her second winning goal of the season.

Goalie Jess Woodworth needed five saves for the shutout.

KEENE STATE 6, USM 0: Jessica Berthiaume led the Owls (6-3-0, 2-0 LEC) with two goals less than two minutes apart in a win over the Huskies (2-6-0, 0-2) at Keene N.H.

Kat Rothe made 12 saves for Southern Maine before being replaced in the 77th minute by freshman Sara Bishop, who had two saves with no goals allowed.

TUFTS 3, COLBY 0: Jamie Love-Nichols scored on a breakaway at 10:30 of the first half to put the Jumbos (3-0-2, 2-0-1 NESCAC) up for good over the Mules (3-2, 1-2) at Waterville.

Colby goalkeeper Emily Brook made five saves.

MIDDLEBURY 3, BOWDOIN 2: Rachel Madding finished off a scrum in front of the net 6:34 into overtime to give the Panthers (3-1-1, 2-1-1 NESCAC) a victory over the Polar Bears (2-2-1, 0-2-1) at Brunswick.

Bowdoin began a late rally down 2-0 with a header by Amanda Kinneston with 13:29 left to play. Ellery Gould converted a penalty kick two minutes later to send the game into overtime.

MEN’S SOCCER

BOWDOIN 2, MIDDLEBURY 2: Sam White redirected a cross from Macgill Eldredge to pace the Polar Bears (3-1-1, 0-1-1 NESCAC) to a tie with the Panthers (1-2-2, 0-2-2) at Brunswick.

Nick Powell also scored for Bowdoin and Eldredge finished with two assists.

TUFTS 2, COLBY 1: Matt Blumenthal converted a penalty kick midway through the first half and Maxime Hoppenot one-timed a pass from Jono Edelman for a goal at the end of the half to help the Jumbos (2-1-1, 1-1-1 NESCAC) beat the Mules (2-2, 1-1) at Waterville.

Colby pulled within one when Jonathan Sommer scored with 43 seconds to play.

ROGER WILLIAMS 4, UNE 1: Trevor Hoxsie scored three times to pace the Hawks (8-0-1, 3-0 Commonwealth Coast Conference) to a victory over the Nor’easters (2-5, 1-2) at Biddeford.

Kiel Hiller chipped in his fifth goal of the season off an assist from Drazen Smith for UNE, and Aidan McParland had 10 saves.

WOMEN’S HOCKEY

MAINE 8, SACRED HEART 1: Dawn Sullivan had two goals and two assists to help the Black Bears (2-0) roll past the Pioneers (0-2) at Orono.

Myriam Croussette and Jennifer More also scored twice each.