BRUNSWICK — Katie Herter scored twice and Ella Curren had two assists to lead Bowdoin to a 4-0 win over Keene State in the second round of the NCAA Division III field hockey tournament Saturday.

Cathleen Smith and Elizabeth Clegg also scored for the defending national champions, who received a first-round bye. Kayla Lessard needed just one save for the shutout.

Bowdoin (18-0) will host MIT today, with the winner advancing to the national semifinals.

MT. HOLYOKE 2, UNE 1: Shara Robertson scored both goals to lead third-seeded Mt. Holyoke (15-5) to a double-overtime win against the second-seeded Nor’easters (18-4) in the ECAC Division III tournament at Plymouth, N.H.

Bree Tupper scored her 11th goal of the season for the Nor’easters, giving UNE a 1-0 lead in the second half.

MEN’S SOCCER

TRINITY 1, ST. JOSEPH’S 0: Timothy Shea scored in the 53rd minute to give the Bantams (11-5-2) a win over the Monks (14-6) in the opening round of the NCAA Division III tournament at Babson Park, Mass.

Kenny Grade stopped five shots for St. Joseph’s.

VOLLEYBALL

UMASS-BOSTON 3, BOWDOIN 2: Shannon Thompson had 21 kills, 15 digs and four blocks to help the Beacons (28-4) edge the Polar Bears (27-3), 23-25, 25-15, 17-25, 25-18, 15-7 in the second round of the NCAA Division III tournament at Springfield, Mass.

Melissa Haskell had 13 kills and 12 digs for Bowdoin.

FOOTBALL

HAMILTON 28, BATES 15: Jordan Eck threw three touchdown passes, including two to Patrick Donadio, to lead the Continentals (3-5) past the Bobcats (3-5) at Clinton, N.Y.

Patrick George carried 15 times for 73 yards and two touchdowns for Bates. Ryan Curit added 77 yards on 11 carries.

ANNA MARIA 31, HUSSON 28: Santino Simone threw for two touchdowns and ran for another as the Amcats (2-8) edged the Eagles (0-10) at Bangor.

Husson got touchdown runs from Kash Keezer and Ryan Dorso in the final five minutes, but couldn’t recover an onside kick with 1:53 remaining.

MEN’S HOCKEY

UNE 6, ST. MICHAEL’S 2: Zach Lokey had three goals and an assist to lead the Nor’easters (1-3) past the Purple Knights (1-2) at Biddeford.

NORWICH 5, USM 1: Pier-Olivier Cotnoir scored twice for the Cadets (2-0, 2-0 ECAC), who had a 41-17 shot advantage over the Huskies (1-3, 1-3) at Gorham.

Dan Rautenberg scored his fourth goal of the season for Southern Maine.

WOMEN’S HOCKEY

MAINE 3, NIAGARA 0: Brittany Dougherty had a goal and an assist and Brittany Ott made 19 saves as the Black Bears (7-5-1) shut out the Purple Eagles (6-6-2) at Orono.

Tori Pasquariello started the scoring less than two minutes into the game, and Dougherty made it 2-0 with a short-handed goal at 8:03.

Myriam Croussette added a goal 32 seconds into the third.

NORWICH 10, USM 0: Kaycie Anderson had a hat trick and Julie Fortier added two goals and two assists to help the Cadets (5-1, 4-0 ECAC East) beat the Huskies (1-1, 1-1) at Rutland, Vt.

MEN’S BASKETBALL

EASTERN MAINE CC 90, SOUTHERN MAINE CC 74: John Caputo scored 17 points to pace six players in double figures for Eastern Maine Community College in a win over the Seawolves at South Portland.

Josh Mackie led SMCC with 19 points, including four 3-pointers.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

SOUTHERN MAINE CC 71, EASTERN MAINE CC 62: Marissa Welch had 15 points and 23 rebounds to lead the Seawolves (3-1, 1-0 YSCC) past the Golden Eagles at South Portland.

Katelyn Benson added 13 points, and Kristal Saavedra had nine points and 10 rebounds.

Ashley Thayer led EMCC with 16 points.

CROSS COUNTRY

NCAA REGIONALS: Matt Rand of Cape Elizabeth and Molly Carl of York were among the individual qualifiers for the NCAA Division III championships based on their performances at the New England Regional in Brunswick.

Rand, a junior at Tufts, finished the 8-kilometer men’s race in third place with a time of 24 minutes, 58.19 seconds. Middlebury’s Michael Schmidt won the race (24:39.95), followed by Bowdoin’s Coby Horowitz (24:54.05).

Carl, a junior at USM, placed 11th in the 6-kilometer women’s race, which was won by Chiara Del Piccolo of Williams (20:52.43). Carl’s time was 21:42.15.