April 28, 2013

College Roundup: Monks move on to GNAC finals

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TUFTS SWEEPS COLBY: Tufts (35-2, 12-0 NESCAC) got shutouts from Rebecca DiBiase and Aly Moskowitz in 7-0 and 2-0 wins against the Mules (11-17, 2-10) at Medford, Mass.

SMCC 11, CMCC 9: The Seawolves edged the Mustangs to win the Yankee Small College Conference championship at Concord, N.H.


UNE 18, SALVE REGINA 12: Pat Wolfe notched five goals as the fourth-seeded Nor'easters (13-4) advanced to the Commonwealth Coast Conference semifinals with a win over the No. 5 Seahawks (7-10) at Biddeford.

WESLEYAN 8, BOWDOIN 7: Quentin DellaFera scored with 1:21 left in overtime to lift the fourth-seeded Cardinals (12-4) over the fifth-seeded Polar Bears (8-7) in a NESCAC quarterfinal at Middletown, Conn.

TUFTS 14, BATES 10: Nick Ford finished with three goals and two assists for sixth-seeded Bates (7-7) against No. 3 Tufts (12-4) in a NESCAC quarterfinal loss at Medford, Mass.

SALEM STATE 18, USM 14: Kyle Baker and Steve Ribero each finished with three goals and two assists for USM (5-11, 1-6 Little East) in a loss to the Vikings (8-7, 1-6) at Salem, Mass.


UNE 11, GORDON 10: Hannah Tavella scored five goals, including the go-ahead goal with 6:52 remaining, as the sixth-seeded Nor'easters (7-9) edged the third-seeded Fightin Scots (12-3) in a Commonwealth Coast Conference quarterfinal at Wenham, Mass.

COLBY 11, AMHERST 3: Lindsey McKenna scored four goals in the second half as the fourth-seeded Mules (12-3) pulled away from the fifth-seeded Jeffs (9-6) in a NESCAC quarterfinal at Waterville.

HAMILTON 10, BOWDOIN 9: Carolyn Gorajek had four goals and an assist for third-seeded Bowdoin (13-3) against No. 6 Hamilton (9-7) in a NESCAC quarterfinal at Brunswick.

MIDDLEBURY 16, BATES 7: Blair Stewsbury and Wally Pierce each had two goals and an assist for the seventh-seeded Bobcats (7-8) in a NESCAC quarterfinal loss to No. 2 Middlebury (14-1) at Middlebury, Vt.

USM 21, UMASS-DARTMOUTH 18: Rosie Forster finished with three goals and five assists as the Huskies (11-6, 5-1 Little East) beat the Corsairs (7-9, 0-6) at North Dartmouth, Mass.

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