BIDDEFORD — Jessica Meader and Edie Pallozzi each scored a pair of goals to power the University of New England women’s soccer team to a 4-0 win over Curry College in a Commonwealth Coast Conference match Saturday at Barbara J. Hazard Field.

The UNE win knocked the Colonels from the ranks of the unbeaten while improving the Nor’easters’ all-time mark versus Curry to 15-4-2. UNE moves to 4-2 on the season and is 2-0 in conference play. Curry stands at 6-1 overall, 1-1 in CCC action.

UNE goalie Brielle Robinson had five saves to register her second shutout of the season and ninth of her career.

Morgan Stott and Christina Chiofalo combined for five saves for Curry.

Men’s Soccer


BIDDEFORD — The Curry College Colonels received a goal in each half for a 2-0 win over the University of New England in a CCC men’s soccer game Saturday at Barbara J. Hazard Field.

Curry remains undefeated with the win, improving to 7-0 overall and 2-0 in conference play. UNE falls to 2-5 (0-2 CCC).

The Colonels got on the scoreboard in the 24th minute off a UNE misplay inside the 18. Matt Cotnoir capitalized on the opportunity, slotting home a shot from close range. Ryan Madden was credited with an assist on the play.

Curry added an insurance goal in the 82nd minute when Mike McFarland drove a high shot just under the crossbar. Cotnoir set-up McFarland, and sophomore Giancarlo Orsini received a secondary assist after he started the scoring chance with a throwin.

Curry goalkeeper Dan Johnson came up with four stops to earn the shutout. Elijah Leverett had six saves for UNE.

Field Hockey

UNE 4,

BIDDEFORD — The University of New England scored three first-half goals while holding Western New England University shotless before halftime on the way to a 4-1 CCC field hockey victory on Saturday at the Big Blue Turf.

UNE (5-2, 2-0 CCC) has now defeated the Golden Bears (3-2, 0-1 CCC) in each of the 13 all-time meetings.

It took the Nor’easters a little more than 15 minutes to get on the scoreboard, as Desirae LeBlanc carried possession into the circle and pushed it forward to Vonde Saunders, who curled and placed a shot into the corner.

Nicole Matarozzo put one in from the left side 57 seconds later off a feed from Brooke Marshall on a penalty corner play near the top of the arc.

The hosts increased the margin to 3-0 with less than a minute left in the first half when Matarozzo slipped a leading pass around the last defender to Abbey Rouillard in the circle for a drive into the cage.

Matarozzo netted another goal in the 51st minute, making a 30-yard run past the back line and around the goalie to guide it into the net.

Western New England broke up the shutout bid with less than seven minutes remaining as Emily Antinozzi moved up the right side on a break and drilled a shot just inside the near post from the edge of the circle.

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