MEDFORD, Mass. — Audrey Phillips took a shot from just outside the box on the left side and hooked it inside the far-right post midway through the second half to give Bowdoin a 3-2 women’s soccer win over Tufts on Wednesday in the regular-season finale.

Jamie Hofstetter beat Tufts keeper Kristin Wright to the far post to give Bowdoin a 1-0 lead 12 minutes into the game. Robin Estus put home a loose ball to tie the game three minutes before the half. Bowdoin (11-2-1, 7-2-1 NESCAC) regained the lead 9 minutes into the second when Kiersten Turner’s initial shot was blocked, but the rebound came back to her and she tapped the ball into the open net. The Jumbos (8-6, 5-5) tied the game eight minutes later when Jess Capone took the ball from the Bowdoin defense and delivered a pass to the middle for Victoria Stoj’s shot.

COLBY 1, BATES 1: Amelia Barnett scored for the White Mules (5-6-3, 1-6-3 NESCAC) 22 minutes into the second half and Leah Humes retaliated for the Bobcats (4-8-2, 1-7-2) 14:41 later in the regular-season finale for both teams in Lewiston.

ST. JOSEPH’S 1, SOUTHERN MAINE 0: Desiree Parent’s goal from Ashley Beaulieu broke a scoreless tie with 16:23 left to play to give the Monks (15-3) a win against the Huskies (5-12) in Gorham.

WOMEN’S HOCKEY

UMAINE: Coach Maria Lewis is resigning Thursday. Assistant coaches Sara Reichenbach and Richard Reichenbach will lead the team for the remainder of the season.

Lewis has been on paid administrative leave since Sept. 16 while being investigated by the university for NCAA compliance violations, including whether NCAA bylaws restricting the number of hours students spend in activities directed or supervised by the coaching staff had been followed.

MEN’S SOCCER

BATES 5, COLBY 1: Peabo Knoth scored twice in the first half at Waterville to lead the Bobcats (5-7-2, 1-7-2 NESCAC) past the Mules (4-10, 0-10) in the final regular-season game for both teams.

Joe Maffly-Kipp had four saves while playing 86:15 for Bates. Cody Funkhouser stopped seven shots for the Mules.

FIELD HOCKEY

TUFTS 1, BOWDOIN 0: Rachel Terveer scored with 9:12 left in the second half and the Tufts’ defense gave Bowdoin its first shutout loss of the season during a NESCAC finale in Medford, Mass. Both teams entered 8-1 in the conference, with Bowdoin ranked No. 2 nationally and Tufts No. 3. The Jumbos improved to 13-1, 9-1 in the league while Bowdoin fell to 12-2, 8-2.

COLBY 2, BATES 1: Megan Fortier scored 10:28 into overtime to lift the Mules (9-5, 5-5) over the Bobcats (4-10, 1-9) in an NESCAC game in Waterville.

UNE 3, ENDICOTT 2: Casey Clark scored twice in the final 7:20 to rally the Nor’easters (13-5, 11-0) past Endicott (8-10, 5-6) in a Commonwealth Coast Conference match at Biddeford.

FOOTBALL

FLORIDA ATLANTIC: Coach Carl Pelini and defensive coordinator Pete Rekstis both resigned after university officials said they acknowledged using illegal drugs.

FAU received information about the allegations of drug usage by the two coaches on Monday, said Athletic Director Patrick Chun. An investigation began immediately and Chun confronted the coaches on Wednesday.

MEN’S BASKETBALL

MEMPHIS: The NCAA has suspended freshman Kuran Iverson for the season opener on Nov. 14 for playing in an unauthorized summer league game in Connecticut.