BRUNSWICK — Jamie Hofstetter had a goal and an assist Satuday to lead Bowdoin to a 3-1 victory against 22nd-ranked Connecticut College in a New England Small College Athletic Conference women’s soccer game.

Bowdoin (9-3, 6-2) opened the scoring after 14:19 when Hofstetter assisted Maggie Godley’s goal. Hofstetter scored 15 minutes later to make it 2-0.

Abby Hammerl also scored for the Polar Bears against the Camels (10-2, 5-2) and Bridget McCarthy finished with seven saves, including a number of key stops early.

MIDDLEBURY 2, BATES 0: Claire Nishioka and Moria Sloan scored 11 minutes apart midway through the first half and the Panthers (8-5, 4-4 NESCAC) held off the Bobcats (7-6, 3-5) in Middlebury, Vermont.

Sarah McCarthy made two saves for the Bobcats, who were outshot, 8-7.

UNIVERSITY OF NEW ENGLAND 4, NICHOLS 0: The Nor’easters (10-2-1, 4-1-1 Commonwealth Coast) scored twice in each half and shut out the Fighting Scots (7-8, 2-4) in Biddeford.


Margaret Palmer scored in the 12th minute from Lindsey Monaco and Tori Field made it 2-0 in the 41st.

Anna Michaud scored from Monaco and Jackie Dickerson from Maria Philbrick in a 10-minute span of the second half.

WESTERN CONNECTICUT 5, SOUTHERN MAINE 0: Emily Newhard had a goal and an assist, and Autumn Sorice added two assists as the Colonials (12-4, 5-0 Little East) beat the Huskies (2-12-1, 0-5) in Gorham.

Marissa Temple made 14 saves for the Huskies, who were outshot, 33-3.

COLBY 1, HAMILTON 0: Janie O’Halloran scored from Maddie Tight just over six minutes into the game and the Mules (5-6-1, 2-5-1 NESCAC) held off the Continentals (8-5, 3-5) in Waterville.

Emily Brook made six saves to record her fourth shutout of the season for the Mules, who were outshot, 9-5.


JOHNSON & WALES 2, ST. JOSEPH’S 0: The Wildcats (9-7-1, 5-3-1 Great Northeast) scored in each half and shut out the Monks (8-7-1, 5-3-1) in Providence, Rhode Island.

Tori Foster scored on a header in the 14th minute after a crossing pass from Liza Marinaro. Johnson & Wales made it 2-0 in the 75th on a through ball from Emily McClarnon to Kyra Selner.

Brooke Troup stopped eight of the 10 shots she faced for St. Joseph’s.


BOWDOIN 2, CONNECTICUT COLLEGE 0: Thomas Henshall and Cedric Charlier scored second-half goals as the Polars Bears (8-4, 4-4 NESCAC) downed the Camels (5-7-1, 2-5-1) at Brunswick.

Keifer Solarte dribbled to the corner and crossed to Henshall, who shot to the bottom left corner. Charlier converted a feed from Sam Ward in the 72nd minute. Stevie Van Siclen stopped five shots for Bowdoin. Daniel Cui made five saves for Connecticut College.


MIDDLEBURY 2, BATES 1: Greg Conrad scored 2:28 into overtime as the Panthers (7-2-3, 4-2-3 NESCAC) edged the Bobcats (4-8-1, 2-6) in Middlebury, Vermont.

After Adam Glaser scored for Middlebury in the 18th minute, Sal Sprofera tied it in the 70th.

WESTERN CONNECTICUT 5, SOUTHERN MAINE 0: Phil Dagostino scored twice just over a minute apart early in the second half as the Colonials (6-8-1, 1-4 Little East) scored four times in the second half to pull away from the Huskies (2-12-2, 0-4-1) in Gorham.

Elijah Leverett finished with six saves for the Huskies, who were outshot, 17-5.

COLBY 0, HAMILTON 0: Peter Quayle stopped two shots for Colby (5-5-2, 1-5-2 NESCAC) and Henry Pollack had six saves for Hamilton (5-5-2, 1-5-2) in Waterville.

UNIVERSITY OF NEW ENGLAND 1, NICHOLS 0: Darius Ntacyo scored from Sean Goodrich in the 54th minute as the Nor’easters (9-3-2, 3-2-1 Commonwealth Coast) beat the Bison (9-2-3, 4-1-1) in Biddeford.


Aidan McParland made five saves to record his sixth shutout of the season for the Nor’easters.

NHTI 5, SOUTHERN MAINE C.C. 1: Sean Jackson scored for the Seawolves (5-6-3) in a loss in a Yankee Small College Conference semifinal at Concord, New Hampshire.


BOWDOIN 9, CONNECTICUT COLLEGE 1: Colleen Finnerty and Rachel Kennedy scored three goals each as the Polar Bears (11-1, 7-1 NESCAC) cruised past the Camels (5-8, 1-7) in Brunswick.

Kimmy Ganong added one goal and two assists, and Kim Kahnweiler had three assists for the Polar Bears, who led 5-0 at halftime.

SOUTHERN MAINE 5, FRAMINGHAM STATE 2: Peyton Dostie had two goals and three assists to lead the Huskies (7-9, 4-4 Little East) over the Rams (6-8, 2-6) in Framingham, Massachusetts.


The three assists gave Dostie 24 in her career, tying the school record set by India Lowe (2006-09).

MIDDLEBURY 6, BATES 0: Jillian Green and Catherine Fowler each scored twice as the Panthers (12-1, 8-1 NESCAC) shut out the Bobcats (3-9, 0-8) in Middlebury, Vermont.

Lauren Berestecky and Anna Kenyon each added a goal, and Olivia Jukowitz had two assists.

COLBY 1, HAMILTON 0: Sarah Evans recorded her fifth shutout of the season as the Mules (8-5, 3-5 NESCAC) defeated the Continentals (6-7, 2-6) at Waterville.

Erin Maguire scored off a penalty corner in the 49th minute. Kelli Walsh sent a pass to Maguire, who ripped a shot that deflected off a defender past the goalkeeper.

ST. JOSEPH’S 3, JOHNSON & WALES 1: Freshman Karissa Boesch scored her first two career goals as the Monks (11-1, 5-0 Great Northeast) as they extended their winning streak to a program-record nine straight by beating the Wildcats (9-6, 3-2) in Providence, Rhode Island.


The Monks took the lead after 5:06 when Hayley Winslow scored from Effie Drew. Boesch extended the lead just over 20 minutes later and gave the Monks a 3-1 edge in the 55th minute.

UNIVERSITY OF NEW ENGLAND 2, SALVE REGINA 0: The Nor’easters (10-5, 8-1 Commonwealth Coast) scored two unassisted first-half goals and shut out the Seahawks (11-5, 4-5) in Newport, Rhode Island.

Erin Bibber scored in the 17th minute and Nicole Matarozzo added a goal in the 26th minute.


QUINNIPIAC 2, MAINE 0: Taylor Cianfarano scored 5:02 into the third period and the Bobcats (4-0-1) added an empty-net goal in the final minute to edge the Black Bears (2-4-1) in Hampden, Connecticut.

Meghann Treacy made 41 saves for Maine, which was outshot, 43-7.

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