BRUNSWICK – Cathleen Smith and Pam Herter each had two goals to lead the Bowdoin field hockey team to a 7-0 win over Husson on Wednesday night.

Katie Herter and Emily Simonton also scored for the Polar Bears (12-0), who held a 34-1 advantage in shots and a 12-1 edge in penalty corners.

Simonton’s goal was the first of her career.

Kristen Capen made 13 saves for Husson (7-7).

UNE 4, GORDON 0: Brianna Tupper had three goals and Emily Koehler also scored as the Nor’easters (14-1, 6-1 Commonwealth Coast Conference) handled the Fighting Scots (7-10, 2-5) at Biddeford.

Michelle Oswald had eight of the University of New England’s 37 shots on goal, while Tupper followed with eight. UNE had a 14-4 edge on penalty corners.

MEN’S SOCCER

BATES 7, SOUTHERN MAINE 1: Nick Ford and John Murphy each scored two goals as the Bobcats (4-8) scored seven times in the first half and routed the Huskies (3-12) at Lewiston.

Chris Kain had the goal and Alex Charette made nine saves for the Huskies.

ST. JOSEPH’S 1, EMERSON 0: Zach Johnson put in a cross from Jason Wade from the top of the box in the second half and the Monks (8-8, 6-3 GNAC) went on to beat the Lions (10-5, 6-3) at Boston.

Kenny Grade needed three saves for the shutout.

FOOTBALL

LSU: A person familiar with the decision says No. 1 LSU has suspended star cornerback Tyrann Mathieu, defensive back Tharold Simon and running back Spencer Ware for Saturday’s home game against Auburn because they’ve run afoul of the team’s drug policy.

The person told The Associated Press about the suspensions on condition of anonymity because they have not been announced. LSU Coach Les Miles declined to confirm any punishment for the three players, saying only that he is dealing with an internal disciplinary matter.

Mathieu has forced four fumbles, recovering three and returning two for scores. He also has two interceptions and 42 tackles, including 1½ sacks.

Ware is unbeaten LSU’s leading rusher with 512 yards and six touchdowns.

ARKANSAS: Coach Bobby Petrino says freshman running back Kody Walker had surgery to repair a stress fracture in his shin.

Petrino didn’t say how many games Walker would miss for the No. 10 Razorbacks (5-1, 1-1 Southeastern Conference). He only said it “will take a while for that to heal.”

Walker has five touchdowns this season for Arkansas, gaining 68 yards on 20 carries.