HAMDEN, Conn. — Chase Priskie collected one goal and one assist for Quinnipiac, which scored three times in the second period to pull away in a 4-0 victory over the University of Maine on Tuesday night.

Tommy Schutt, Devon Toews and K.J. Tiefenwerth added one goal apiece for the Bobcats (4-0), who led 1-0 at the end of the first period.

Matt Morris made 29 saves through two periods for the Black Bears (0-2-3), who were outshot, 40-20. Morris was replaced in the third period by Sean Romeo, who made seven saves.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

APPALACHIAN STATE: Gary Fifield, who coached the women’s basketball team at the University of Southern Maine for 27 years before retiring at the end of the 2014-15 season, accepted a job as assistant to Coach Angel Elderkin at Appalachian State in Boone, North Carolina.

Fifield led USM to 21 Little East Conference championships, 26 NCAA Division III tournaments, 16 Sweet 16s, 10 elite eights, five final fours and three national final appearances. He retired with an 660-137 (.838) record.

Elderkin, beginning her first season as a head coach, played under Fifield from 1995-99 when the Huskies recorded three conference championships and a national final runner-up appearance.

FIELD HOCKEY

ST. JOSEPHS 2, UMAINE-FARMINGTON 1: Amanda Celata scored a pair of goals during an 11-minute stretch in the second half as the Monks (11-4) rallied past the Beavers (8-4) at Standish.

The Beavers took a 1-0 lead in the first half when Emma Martineau scored from Rebecca Young.

SALEM STATE 2, SOUTHERN MAINE 1: Courtney Smith and Kelsey Russell each collected a goal and an assist for the Vikings (3-11, 1-8) as they edged the Huskies (6-11, 3-6) in a Little East game at Gorham.

The Huskies’ goal was scored by Krysten Keating from Samantha Crosman.

MEN’S SOCCER

BOWDOIN 0, COLBY 0: John Pappas made four saves for the Mules (3-7-3, 1-5-2) and Stevie Van Siclen stopped four shots for the Polar Bears (6-3-3, 2-3-3) at Brunswick.

MEN’S BASKETBALL

LOUISVILLE: Escort Katina Powell said she has no proof that Coach Rick Pitino knew that a former Cardinals staffer hired her and other dancers to strip and have sex with former recruits and players.

But Powell said on ABC’s “Good Morning America” that with “a boatload” of recruits and dancers, “loud music, alcohol, security, cameras” in a campus dormitory, “how could Rick not know?”

In her first interview since the release of her book earlier this month, “Breaking Cardinal Rules: Basketball and the Escort Queen,” Powell said that the coach had to be aware of some of the 22 shows she alleges that former staffer Andre McGee paid for and took place from 2010-14.

Pitino has denied knowledge of the activities that Powell alleges in her book.

FOOTBALL

NORTH DAKOTA STATE: Starting quarterback Carson Wentz will miss the rest of the regular season after breaking a bone in his throwing wrist, the school announced.

Wentz will have surgery Wednesday on the wrist he hurt Saturday during the team’s 24-21 loss to South Dakota,

OHIO STATE: The No. 1 Buckeyes will start quarterback J.T. Barrett in Saturday’s game against Rutgers, replacing Cardale Jones, according to Coach Urban Meyer.

Barrett lost the starting job to Jones following a closely watched quarterback battle in the offseason for the defending national champions. But Jones has struggled to find the form that helped him lead the Buckeyes to the national title last season.

Jones has just seven touchdowns against five picks this season. He threw for just 84 yards in last week’s win over Penn State.

Barrett, on the other hand, has come on in recent weeks, with seven total touchdowns in the last two games.