Brett Mattos had a pair of goals as St. Joseph’s handled non-conference opponent UMaine-Presque Isle 4-1 at Presque Isle.

Mattos and UMPI’s Sean Barbosa traded early goals before the Monks (5-3) added scores by Jeremy Caruso and Mattos before intermission.

Tyler St. Pierre recorded the only goal of the second half on an unassisted tally.

Caleb Bragg-Grady and Matthew Manter split time in net, combining for 13 saves for UMPI (1-8), while Zach Moody stopped three of the four shots he faced for the Monks.

FOOTBALL: A Rutgers University faculty group is asking the school to “act forcefully” to address concerns with the football program amid the suspension of the coach and in light of criminal charges brought against several players who’ve been kicked off the team.

The New Brunswick Faculty Council says Friday the program’s standards of ethical behavior and academic performance seem to have deteriorated under Coach Kyle Flood.


USOC: The U.S. Olympic Committee extended CEO Scott Blackmun’s contract by five years, through the middle of 2021, with an option to keep him through the 2024 Games.


WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS: Americans Chloe Dygert and Emma White were first and second in the junior road race in Richmond, Virginia, following up their 1-2 performance in the time trial with another dominant performance.

Dygert rode solo off the front of the lead group on the final circuit of the course, building such a lead that nobody was in sight when she crossed the finish line.


ITF: American David Haggerty has been elected to a four-year term as the president of the International Tennis Federation and replaces Francesco Ricci Bitti of Italy who held the post for 16 years.

OPEN DE MOSELLE: Top-seeded Stan Wawrinka withdrew from the tourney with an ankle injury while former two-time champ Gilles Simon made it to the semis by beating Gilles Muller 6-4, 6-4.

ST. PETERSBURG OPEN: Canada’s Milos Raonic beat Tommy Robredo 6-1, 6-2 and reach the semis in Russia.


NHL: The prosecutor overseeing the sexual assault investigation of Chicago Blackhawks star Patrick Kane says the accuser’s mother lied about finding an evidence bag in her doorway.

Erie County District Attorney Frank Sedita said he’s not sure yet how the two-day sideshow of how evidence was handled affects the main case. Sedita said all the evidence is still in custody.


HEAVYWEIGHT: Wladimir Klitschko pulled out of his title defense against Tyson Fury because of a torn tendon in his left calf. The Ukrainian was scheduled to defend his IBF, IBO, WBO and WBA belts against the British fighter in Germany on Oct. 24.

– From staff and news services