BRUNSWICK — Six players scored as the Bowdoin women’s soccer team beat Husson 6-1 on Sunday.

Jamie Hofstetter, Julia Patterson, Kiersten Turner, Elizabeth Weathers, Sophie al Mutawaly and Julia Bottone all recorded a goal for Bowdoin (1-1). Alison Boulier scored the lone goal for Husson (2-1-1).

Anne Parrish, Rachel Stout and Bridget McCarthy combined on the win in goal for Bowdoin. Jordyn Hopkins and Kayla Gordon combined for 13 saves for Husson.

QUINNIPIAC 3, MAINE 1: Jess Fontaine scored twice as the Bobcats (4-1) jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the first half and beat the Black Bears (4-3) in Camden, Connecticut.

Jess Gargan also scored for the Bobcats. Vivien Beil got Maine’s goal.

Samantha Cobotic made two saves in each half for the Black Bears, while Natalia Grodzki had five saves for Quinnipiac.

UMAINE-MACHIAS 2, SOUTHERN MAINE C.C. 1: Nicole Zufelt’s unassisted goal 6:31 into the second half broke a 1-1 tie as the Clippers (4-1, 2-0 Yankee Small College Conference) beat the Seawolves (2-1, 0-1) in South Portland.

Zufelt gave the Clippers a 1-0 lead 33 minutes into the game. Kym Hendrix tied it six minutes later, with an assist from Sarah Clough.

Machias keeper Hayley Choate made three saves. Tori Strain stopped nine shots for SMCC.


WHEATON 2, COLBY 0: Noah Kossoff had a goal and an assist as the Lyons (4-2) scored twice in the second half to beat the Mules (1-2) in Norton, Massachusetts.

Kossoff scored an unassisted goal 16:34 into the second half and assisted on a goal by Amara Sesay with 10:02 left.

Dan Carlson finished with six saves for the Mules. Wheaton’s James Bailey got the shutout with one stop.

SOUTHERN MAINE C.C. 2, UMAINE-MACHIAS 0: Sean Jackson scored an unassisted goal in each half for the Seawolves (2-2-1, 1-0 Yankee Small College Conference) in a victory over the Clippers (3-2, 1-1) in South Portland.

Drew Martin made seven saves for SMCC. Robert Devone had three saves for the Clippers.


MAINE 7, HARVARD 1: Samantha Wagg scored in each half as the Black Bears (5-1) cruised to a win over the Crimson (1-2) in Orono.

Nicole Sevey, Danielle Aviani, Libby Riedl, Ella Mosky and Delaney Baxendale each added a goal for Maine. Wagg, Seavey, Jessica Skillings and Katie Bingle each had an assist.

Elizabeth Jacobson scored the lone goal for Harvard.

Emily Corbett and Emma Cochran combined for two saves for Maine, while Issy Davies had 11 saves for Harvard.

MANHATTANVILLE 2, SOUTHERN MAINE 1: Rylee McGuire tapped in an assist from Amanda Cirocco with 18 seconds remaining in the second overtime to lift the Valiants (3-3) over the Huskies (3-3) in Gorham.

Bregje Smith’s goal gave the Valiants a 1-0 halftime lead. Michaela Demers tied the match five minutes into the second half. Kyrstyn Keating carried the ball through the Manhattanville defense to the end line and passed the ball back into the circle to Demers for the deflection and the goal.

Meghan Hughes earned the win with 10 saves for the Valiants. Amanda Kasbohm had 13 saves for Southern Maine.

COLBY 4, ENDICOTT 1: Megan Fortier and Anna Rudinski each had a goal and an assist to help the Mules (2-1) pull away from the Gulls (2-3) in Beverly, Massachusetts.

Misha Strage and Caroline Ferguson also scored for the Mules.

Morgan Bresnahan broke up the shutout bid when she scored for Endicott off a rebound with 8:15 to go.

Sarah Evans and Riley Whitmyer combined for five saves for Colby, while Rose Bradley had three saves for Endicott.

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