UNE scores a late goal for women’s soccer win

Becca Murphy scored on a cross from Katie Beaudoin with 1:31 remaining Wednesday to lead the University of New England to a 2-1 victory over Wellesley in a women’s soccer game at Wellesley, Massachusetts.

Beaudoin scored on a 20-yard attempt in the 34th minute to put UNE (2-1) ahead 1-0.

Wellesley (1-1-1) tied it in the 42nd minute on a score by Julia Jung.

Emily Ashman recorded 11 saves for UNE.

FOOTBALL: The No. 22 Florida Gators will be without freshman receiver James Robinson indefinitely because of a heart issue.

• Memphis linebacker Jackson Dillon will miss the remainder of the season with a shoulder injury.

BASKETBALL: Michigan State will wear patches throughout the upcoming season to honor former coach Jud Heathcote, who died Aug. 28.


NHL: The Calgary Flames signed forward Sam Bennett to a two-year contract with an annual average value of $1.95 million.

Bennett, 21, had 13 goals and 13 assists in 81 regular-season games last season, and added two goals in four playoff games.


LPGA: Michelle Wie withdrew from The Evian Championship as she recovers from surgery to remove her appendix.

Wie, 27, withdrew from the Canadian Pacific Women’s Open at Ottawa, Ontario, before the final round Aug. 27 and had the surgery that night at Ottawa Hospital. The Evian Championship, the final major of the season, begins Sept. 14 in France.

PRESIDENTS CUP: Phil Mickelson was selected as a captain pick for the second straight time, extending a remarkable streak of playing on 23 consecutive U.S. teams.


WORLD CUP: Football Federation Australia said the qualifying second-leg playoff between Australia and Syria on Oct. 10 will be played at Olympic Stadium in Sydney.

The first leg of the Asia Confederation decider will take place Oct. 5, probably in Malaysia where Syria plays home games that can’t be held in its war-torn homeland. The winner of the two-leg playoff will meet the fourth-place CONCACAF team in home-and-away matches in November for a spot in Russia in 2018.

FIFA ordered that a qualifier between South Africa and Senegal be replayed after the referee was found guilty of match manipulation and banned for life after calling a penalty for a non-existent handball.


NBA: The Atlanta Hawks signed guards Quinn Cook and Josh Maggette, and forward Tyler Cavanaugh.

Cook, from Duke, played five games with Dallas and nine games with New Orleans as a rookie last season. He averaged 5.6 points and 1.9 assists.

The Indiana Pacers owner, Herb Simon, denied a report that the team might sue the Los Angeles Lakers for tampering with Paul George.


NASCAR: NASCAR suspended a slew of crew chiefs on Wednesday for violations that included Denny Hamlin’s winning cars in his weekend sweep at Darlington, as well as loose lug nuts on Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s car.

Hamlin won both the Cup and Xfinity races in South Carolina, but NASCAR ruled that his cars violated rear suspension rules.