Thursday, April 24, 2014
From staff and news services
BANGOR - Lauren Chouinard scored off a pass from Desiree Parent in the 83rd minute as St. Joseph's College finally broke through for a 1-0 victory over Maine Maritime Academy and a second-place finish in the Husson University Classic women's soccer tournament.
The Monks (2-0) had a 23-2 advantage in shots, but Taylor O'Malley made seven saves to keep the Mariners (0-2) in it.
SALVE REGINA 1, ST. JOSEPH'S 1: Kyle Shangraw scored a first-half goal for the Monks (0-1-1), who settled for a draw with the Seahawks (1-0-1) in the Roger Williams University Squad Locker Classic at Bristol, R.I.
Alvaro Castillo evened it for Salve Regina early in the second half.
Roger Williams won the tournament.
MICHIGAN 4, MAINE 2: Lauren Thomas and Michelle Roberts scored in the final 15 minutes, and an overturned Maine goal helped the Wolverines (1-1) beat the Black Bears (0-2) at Orono.
Cassidy Svetek's go-ahead goal with 25 minutes left was overturned after a discussion by the officials.
Kaitlynn Stymiest and Marissa Shaw scored for the Black Bears. Svetek had two assists.
HUSSON 3, UNE 2: The Nor'easters (0-1) rallied from a 2-0 halftime deficit, but Liz Noddin scored at 1:47 of overtime to lift the Eagles (1-1) at Bangor.
Casey Clark got UNE within one in the 45th minute and Hannah Warren tied it with 10:34 left in regulation.
(9) LOUISVILLE 49, OHIO 7: Teddy Bridgewater threw five touchdown passes and Michael Dyer had a 46-yard touchdown run as the Cardinals opened with a dominant win at home.