ORONO — Philippe Maillet had two goals and an assist, and the University of New Brunswick cruised to a 5-1 victory over the University of Maine in a men’s hockey exhibition game on Friday night.

Randy Gazzola and Francis Beauvillier each added a goal and an assist for the Varsity Reds, who pulled away with four goals in the final two periods.

Brendan Robbins scored in the first for Maine with assists from Will Merchant and Rob Michel.

Alex Dubeau had 25 saves for New Brunswick, and Sean Romeo 24 for Maine.


MAINE 4, BROWN 0: Cassidy Herman converted Jillian Langtry’s assist in the first period, and Alyson Matteau scored on the power play in the second to give the Black Bears (3-4) a 2-0 lead over Brown (0-1) in Auburn.

Matteau got assists from Mikayla Rogers and Brooke Stacey.

Maine sealed it with goals by Stacey and Langtry in the final 28 seconds of play.

Meghann Treacy made 14 saves for the shutout. Monica Elvin had 32 saves for Brown.


ALBANY 3, MAINE 1: Paula Heuser scored two second-half goals and added an assist as the nationally ranked Great Danes handed visiting Maine its first America East defeat.

Anna Bottino took a feed from Heuser, who beat three defenders and sent a ball up the right side, and scored at the 22:05 mark to give Albany (14-2, 5-1 America East) a 1-0 lead heading to halftime.

Heuser scored unassisted 15:49 into the second half to extened the lead to 2-0 before Cassidy Svetek put Maine (15-3, 5-1) on the board in the 62nd minute with an assist from Katie Bingle out of a scramble through the faceoff circle.

Heuser scored on a penalty corner in the 67th minute.

UNE 5, NICHOLS 0: Haley Pelletier had a goal in each half, and the University of New England (11-5, 9-1 Commonwealth Coast) rolled past the Bison (1-15, 0-10) at Dudley, Massachusetts.

Nicole Matarozzo added a goal and two assists for the Nor’easters. Desirae LeBlanc and Brenna Sicard also scored.

Holly Smith stopped three shots for the shutout. Katherine Cotton and Ariana Beauregard split time for Nichols, combining for 17 saves.


(18) MEMPHIS 66, TULSA 42: Paxton Lynch completed 32 of 44 passes for a career-high 447 yards and four touchdowns to help Memphis win at Tulsa, its 14th straight victory.

Lynch has thrown for more than 300 yards in each of his last six games for Memphis (7-0, 3-0 American Athletic Conference). The Tigers’ winning streak is the third longest in the country behind No. 1 Ohio State (20 games) and No. 4 TCU (15 games).

Dane Evans was 24 of 36 passing for 421 yards and four touchdowns for the Golden Hurricane (3-4, 0-3). Keyarris Garrett had 14 catches for a career-high 268 yards and three touchdowns.

GEORGIA: Running back Nick Chubb is expected to make a full recovery after surgery on his left knee on Friday.

Chubb, one of the nation’s top players, tore the posterior cruciate and other knee ligaments in Georgia’s loss to Tennessee two weeks ago.

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