HANOVER, N.H. — Madison Cummings took a feed from Samantha Gomes and scored in the 31st minute Tuesday as the University of Maine won its sixth straight field hockey game, 2-1 over Dartmouth College.

Nicole Sevey gave Maine (13-2) the early lead as she put in a turnaround shot from the top of the circle 3:54 into the game.

Rebecca Hu answered for Dartmouth (4-7) as Eliza Becker and Anna Ewasechko set her up off a penalty corner in the 26th minute.

Emma Cochran and Emily Corbett shared time in net for the Black Bears, combining to make a pair of saves. Paige Duffy stopped four shots for the Big Green.

BOWDOIN 5, SOUTHERN MAINE 0: Kimmy Ganong scored a pair of goals, one in each half, and added an assist as the Polar Bears (10-0) handled the Huskies (5-10) in a nonconference game at Brunswick.

Kelsey Mullaney, Sarah Jane Weill and Alexa Baumgartner also scored.

Amanda Kasbohm stopped 17 shots for Southern Maine. Grace Linnan and Clara Belitz shared time in net; neither had to make a save.

WOMEN’S SOCCER

UNIVERSITY OF NEW ENGLAND 7, SOUTHERN MAINE 0: Kayla Hamel led all scorers with a pair of goals as the Nor’easters (10-3), receiving goals from six players, rolled past the Huskies (3-9) in a nonconference match at Gorham.

UNE dominated play through the game. It outshot Southern Maine 28-3 and had eight corners and limited the Huskies to just one.

COLBY 5, HUSSON 1: Aliza Van Leesten scored three goals to lead the Mules (4-6-1) over the Eagles (5-7-1) at Waterville.

Katrina Holt and Emily Price added one goal apiece for the Mules, who led 3-0 at halftime.

Leah Hibbad scored for Husson to cut the deficit to 4-1 midway through the second half.

MEN’S SOCCER

COLBY 2, UNIVERSITY OF NEW ENGLAND 0: Jeffrey Rosenberg had a goal and an assist as the Mules (3-6-2) shut out the Nor’easters (2-11) in a nonconference game at Biddeford.

Rosenberg put Colby on top in the 27th minute as Daniel Vogel sent in a long pass in from the right sideline that Rosenberg put in with a one-timer.

Lucas Pereira scored an insurance goal in the 55th minute with assists from Rosenberg and Grady Jendzejec.

Elijah Leverett and Jake Rostkowski shared time in goal for UNE, making a combined five saves. John Pappas stopped a pair of shots for his shutout victory.