VESTAL, N.Y. – Sarah Furminger scored from 28 yards out with less than 10 minutes remaining to send Binghamton to a 1-0 win over the University of Maine in an America East women’s soccer match on Sunday.

Carrie Martin made five saves for the Greyhounds (3-7, 0-1).

Meagan Price-Leibenzeder made four for the Black Bears (4-4, 1-0).


COLBY 4, NEC 1: Meryl Poulin scored two goals and added an assist to lift the Mules (2-3) over the Pilgrims (3-6) at Henniker, N.H.

Hannah O’Brien and Caitlyn Lancaster also scored.

Samantha Escobar assisted Emily Kuchta for NEC’s goal.

Liz Fontaine made four saves for Colby.


BOSTON COLLEGE: Coach Frank Spaziani says he will start a new quarterback next week against Notre Dame.

Mike Marscovetra or Chase Rettig will start for the Eagles in place of David Shinskie.

The announcement came after Saturday’s 19-0 home loss to Virginia Tech, which was the first shutout against Boston College in 149 games since 1998.

Shinskie, the 26-year-old sophomore and former minor league pitcher, was 11 for 25 for 130 yards and two interceptions before being replaced by Marscovetra.


MAINE: Fullback Jared Turcotte and his wife Allysha welcomed their daughter into the world at 5:56 a.m. Sunday.

According to dad, Aiva Jeannette Turcotte weighed in at 7 pounds, 15 oz. and 20 inches.


AP POLL: Nevada is ranked for the first time since 1948 and just the second time in the history of The Associated Press college football poll.

The 25th-ranked Wolf Pack (4-0) are 4-0 for the first time since 1991, when they were still a I-AA program.

The first month of the season closed with the preseason top three unchanged: Alabama is No. 1, followed by Ohio State and Boise State.

The Crimson Tide had its toughest challenge yet Saturday, coming from behind to beat Arkansas 24-20. The road victory helped the Tide gain five first-place votes, to 57.

Ohio State, which rolled to a 73-20 win over Eastern Michigan, received two first-place votes and Boise State, which beat Oregon State 37-24, received one.