GORHAM — Adah Lindquist scored two goals Thursday to lead Bates to a 4-0 victory against the University of Southern Maine in a nonconference field hockey game.

Jessie Moriarty and Sydney Beres scored in the first half for Bates (8-5), and Lindquist added both of her scores after halftime.

McKenzie Cormier recorded 10 saves for Southern Maine (5-12). Bates didn’t allow a shot in the shutout.


BINGHAMTON 1, MAINE 0: Ryan Reilly scored 5:08 into the second overtime to lift the Bearcats (10-3-4, 4-2-1 America East) over the Black Bears (4-10-1, 2-5) at Orono.

Reilly’s goal came on a cross from outside the right side of the box that went over Maine goalkeeper Samantha Cobotic’s reach.

Cobotic recorded nine saves.


LOUISVILLE: Interim coach David Padgett hired Greg Paulus as an assistant.

Paulus played basketball at Duke from 2006-09 before switching to football and becoming Syracuse’s starting quarterback as a graduate transfer. He was an Ohio State basketball assistant the past four seasons and previously worked at the Naval Academy.

The Louisville program, for now, is officially under Padgett’s control after Rick Pitino was fired amid a federal investigation of college basketball.


MICHIGAN STATE: Running back L.J. Scott has a day in court to face a charge of driving with a suspended license.

East Lansing (Michigan) District Court records show Scott scheduled for a pre-trial hearing Nov. 2.

NOTRE DAME: The No. 13 Fighting Irish will be without inside linebacker Greer Martini on Saturday night when it faces No. 11 Southern California.

Martini has a torn meniscus and had arthroscopic surgery last week. He has started five games this season for the Irish (5-1), and has totaled 39 tackles, an interception and two forced fumbles.

EAST CAROLINA and Brigham Young decided to add two more games to their football series.

The Pirates will visit BYU in 2022 and the Cougars will return the trip in 2024. The teams are playing Saturday in Greenville, North Carolina, to complete their initial two-game series.

FLORIDA ATLANTIC: A judge in Columbiana, Alabama, dismissed a fraud suit filed against Coach Lane Kiffin.

Former Alabama receiver Antonio “A.C.” Carter said Kiffin and Florida Atlantic offered him a job to get him to help sign a prospect and then failed to follow through on repeated assurances that the job was his.

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