BIDDEFORD — Jackie Dickerson scored a pair of goals Wednesday as the University of New England shut out Salve Regina 4-0 in a Commonwealth Coast Conference women’s soccer game.

Dickerson’s first goal came in the 16th minute, with assists from Becca Murphy and Margaret Palmer.

Kaitlyn Hall followed up eight minutes later with a header goal on a corner kick from Lindsey Monaco from the left to close the first-half scoring.

Murphy set up Dickerson’s second goal in the 55th minute as Dickerson banged in a straight-on shot from close range.

Monaco finished the scoring, taking advantage of a turnover to score an unassisted goal with a low shot from the left side in the 66th minute.

Angelina Saporito stopped 8 of 12 shots for Salve Regina (3-11-0, 1-6-0).


Brielle Robinson and Emily Richard shared time in net for UNE (11-2-1, 5-1-1), combining for four saves.

LASELL 2, ST. JOSEPH’S 1: Bridget Lynch scored the winner in the 90th minute as the Lasers (12-4, 10-0 GNAC) edged the Monks (8-8-1, 5-4-1) at Deering’s Memorial Field in Portland.

Devin Day gave Lasell the lead in the first half as she scored unassisted when her shot deflected off a defender in the 28th minute. Kim Jordan answered for St. Joseph’s with an unassisted goal at 70:02 of the second half.

Sarah Leclair made five saves for Lasell; Brooke Troup stopped seven shots for the Monks.


SALVE REGINA 3, UNIVERSITY OF NEW ENGLAND 1: Zachary Kraft scored a pair of goals as the Seahawks (7-8, 4-3 CCC) defeated the Nor’easters (9-4-2, 3-3-1) at Biddeford.


Daniel Stern made three saves for Salve Regina; Aidan McParland stopped 9 of 12 shots for UNE.

MOUNT IDA 2, ST. JOSEPH’S 1: The Mustangs scored a pair of goals in less than a minute as they edged the Monks at Newton, Massachusetts.

After a scoreless first half, Mount Ida (7-7-1, 3-4-1 Great Northeast Athletic Conference) scored first on a successful penalty-kick goal by Nick Rivas-Vasquez at 59:32. Carlos Martinez scored unassisted 45 seconds later to make it 2-0.

Austin Bell scored for St. Joseph’s (4-14, 2-6) in the 90th minute unassisted on a redirect off a defender.

Scott Benner made three saves for the Monks. Mat Pils stopped 3 of 4 shots for Mt. Ida.



The bill has come in for former UCLA basketball star Ed O’Bannon’s successful court challenge of the NCAA – and it’s a whopper.

Lawyers for O’Bannon want more than $50 million from the NCAA in attorney fees and other costs as part of the price of winning an antitrust lawsuit that took five years to make its way to trial.


FLORIDA: With his job on the line, Coach Will Muschamp has turned to freshman quarterback Treon Harris.

Muschamp said Harris will start next week against Georgia in Jacksonville, adding that it will be Harris’ game from start to finish.

The move means the Gators (3-3, 2-3 Southeastern Conference) have benched fourth-year junior Jeff Driskel, who has 12 turnovers the last four games.


GEORGIA: Coach Mark Richt said he was optimistic as Georgia was expected to file a request with the NCAA for tailback Todd Gurley’s eligibility to be reinstated.

Gurley, the Southeastern Conference’s leading rusher, has been suspended for the last two games while Georgia investigated allegations he broke NCAA rules by receiving improper benefits.

Richt has confirmed the allegations involved autographs. In the statement released by Georgia, Gurley acknowledged making mistakes.

HALL OF FAME: Kansas State Coach Bill Snyder is among the 81 coaches and players up for election to the College Football Hall of Fame.

The National Football Foundation released the ballot for the class that will be announced Jan. 9. Former Heisman Trophy winners Rashaan Salaam of Colorado, Ricky Williams of Texas and Eric Crouch of Nebraska are among the 75 players from the Football Bowl Subdivision on the ballot.

Oklahoma linebacker Brian Bosworth and Southern California receiver Keyshawn Johnson are also up for election.

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