April 11, 2013

College Roundup: USM's offense continues to click with 16-3 victory

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COLBY 16, SOUTHERN MAINE 4: Ian Deveau had three goals and an assist as the Mules (5-6) beat USM (4-7) at Waterville.

Derek Youngman, Keith Fairbrother and Chip Grossman added two goals each for Colby. Kyle Baker led the Huskies with two goals.

ST. JOSEPH'S 16, BECKER 8: Brandon Boutin scored four goals for St. Joseph's (6-7, 5-1 Great Northern Athletic) victory over Becker (4-9, 3-4) at Leicester, Mass.

The Monks got three goals and three assists from Austin Watts. Jake Ricciardi, Andrew Sullivan and Colby Main added two goals each, and Christopher Driscoll recorded 13 saves.

UNIVERSITY OF NEW ENGLAND 11, GORDON 10: Pat Wolfe scored four times, including the final goal late, as UNE (9-3, 3-1 Commonwealth Coast) beat the Fighting Scots (2-10, 1-4) at Wenham, Mass.

Tyler Thomas added three goals for the Nor'easters, and Mike Allan contributed two goals and four assists. Roger Evans scored four times and Mio Sison twice for Gordon.


ST. JOSEPH'S 15, EMMANUEL 14: Anneka Adame scored twice and Macy Pagurko once as the Monks (8-5, 4-2 Great Northern Athletic) broke a 12-12 tie with three goals in a 1:50 span to take a 15-12 lead against Emmanuel (7-3, 4-3) with 6:08 left at Boston.

BOWDOIN 20, SOUTHERN MAINE 5: Bowdoin (8-2) scored a season-high 20 goals to beat USM (7-4) at Brunswick.

Nine players scored for the Polar Bears. Megan O'Connor and Mackenzie Schleicher had four goals each. Jordan Smith added three, and Taylor Wilson, Kimberly Nault and Emma Beecher had two each.

UNIVERSITY OF NEW ENGLAND 14, GORDON 12: Hannah Tavella and Gina Newsome each scored four goals to help UNE (5-6, 3-1 Commonwealth Coast) defeat Gordon (8-2, 3-2) at Wenham, Mass.

The Nor'easters moved past Gordon and into a second-place tie with Western New England in the league. UNE will play Saturday at Western New England.


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