STANDISH — Libby Pomerleau had two goals and an assist Thursday to lead St. Joseph’s to a 4-1 victory against UMass-Dartmouth in a nonconference field hockey game.

Kayla Kelly, Maddy Beaulieu and Pomerleau scored in the first half, and Pomerleau added her second goal 2:24 into the second to put the Monks (8-3) ahead, 4-0. Elyse Caiazzo finished with two assists, and Megan Baker recorded two saves for St. Joseph’s.

Haley Donahay scored and Allison Burke stopped 21 shots for the Corsairs (4-6).

MEN’S SOCCER

SOUTHERN MAINE CC 1, UNITY 0: Jamal Durrani scored in the second overtime to lead the Seawolves (2-6-1, 2-4 Yankee Small College) past the Rams (4-2-1, 5-4-1) at South Portland.

WOMEN’S SOCCER

NEW HAMPSPHIRE 2, MAINE 1: Brooke Murphy scored 6:13 into overtime as the Wildcats (10-3, 4-0 America East) outlasted the Black Bears (4-7-1, 2-2) at Durham, New Hampshire.

Mikayla Morin put in a feed from Emilie Andersen for Maine in the 49th minute to break a scoreless tie, but Megan Rumbold of the Wildcats evened the score with three seconds to play in regulation.

Mia Nea had four saves for New Hampshire. Annalena Kriebisch had a pair of saves for the Black Bears,

FOOTBALL

THE AMERICAN Athletic Conference said the start of Tulsa’s game at Tulane was moved up four hours because of a tropical storm forecast.

The game Saturday initially was scheduled for 4 p.m. and now is set for noon.

MICHIGAN: The Wolverines will star in a yet-to-be-named documentary series scheduled to air on Amazon Prime Video in January.

According to the Detroit Free Press, which obtained its information through a Freedom of Information Act request, the seventh-ranked Wolverines will be paid $2.5 million by the series’ producer, the Montag Group. The group is paying $1.5 million in access and licensing fees, and an additional $750,000 for site access.

MIAMI AND Florida State, who had their Sept. 16 game postponed because of Hurricane Irma, have been monitoring the progress of Tropical Storm Nate, which was projected to potentially impact the Big Bend area of Florida, including Tallahassee.

But the latest projections have the system moving west of Florida and Tallahassee, where the game is scheduled to be played at 3:30 p.m. Saturday, is no longer in the storm’s projected path. So, school officials have opted to keep the game as scheduled.