BIDDEFORD — Hannah Buckley scored on a feed from Marge Gardiner 3:08 into the game to start the University of New England on its way to a 3-0 win over Gordon College in a Commonwealth Coast Conference field hockey match Wednesday.

Olivia Madore set up Nicole Matarozzo for her 16th goal of the season in the final minute of the first half as UNE (16-3, 11-0 CCC) took a 2-0 lead to halftime.

Gardiner extended the lead with an assist from Matarozzo 13:45 into the second half.

Gordon (7-11, 4-7) was outshot 26-0.

PLYMOUTH STATE 1, ST. JOSEPH’S 0: Kate McPherson scored in overtime as the Panthers (10-5) beat the Monks (11-6) in New Hampton, New Hampshire.

Monks goalie Megan Baker recorded eight saves. Alivia Bates stopped four shots for the Panthers.

BATES 4, COLBY 1: The Bobcats (8-6, 3-6 NESCAC) scored four unanswered goals to erase an early deficit against the Mules (6-8, 2-7) at Lewiston.

Hannah Hearn scored on a feed from Merrill Read at 28:24 of the first half to stake Colby to a 1-0 lead, before Jessie Moriarty answered on a Taylor Lough set-up at 32:40. Lough followed with the go-ahead goal 1:58 later, assisted by Adah Lindquist, to give Bates a 2-1 halftime lead.

Lough scored her second of the game 6:42 into the second half, unassisted, and Shelbie McCormack added the final goal with 1:01 remaining.

Riley Whitmyer and Emily Buckman split time in goal for Colby, combining for six saves. Adaele Durand turned aside four shots for Bates.

TUFTS 1, BOWDOIN 0: Marguerite Salamone scored unassisted midway through the second half as the Jumbos (13-2, 8-2 NESCAC) edged the Polar Bears (11-4, 6-4) at Brunswick.

Bowdoin held the territorial advantage in a tightly played game, outshooting their opponents 20-5 and leading in penalty corners by a 20-3 margin.

Emily Polinski stopped six shots for Tufts, while Clara Belitz had three saves for the Polar Bears.


COLBY 1, BATES 0: Kyle Douglas scored on a feed from Jansen Aoyama in the 81st minute as the Mules (4-8-2, 1-6-2 NESCAC) edged the Bobcats (6-6-2, 2-6-1) in Lewiston.

Robbie Montanaro stopped five shots for Bates, while Stanley Clarke turned aside nine shots for Colby.


MEMPHIS: Coach Mike Norvell suspended wide receiver Jae’Lon Oglesby and cornerback Kam Prewitt indefinitely while police investigate an incident that left Oglesby’s car riddled with bullet holes.

Norvell issued the statement Wednesday, noting the incident Tuesday night is being investigated police and the university also is reviewing an undisclosed incident under the student code of conduct. Norvell says he consulted with Athletic Director Tom Bowen in suspending the players from the Tigers (5-2), and Norvell will not comment further with the situation under investigation.

A Memphis newspaper, The Commercial Appeal, cited a police report Wednesday that Oglesby, a sophomore from Central, South Carolina, told officers he heard shots outside his off-campus apartment Tuesday night and found bullet holes in his car. Oglesby told police he fought with Prewitt earlier Tuesday.

Prewitt, from Pinson, Alabama, was suspended during fall camp.

Neither player was at practice Wednesday.