NEWTON, Mass. — Brett Mattos broke open a scoreless game, scoring twice in a 3:40 span of the second half Saturday, and St. Joseph’s College continued its amazing shutout streak by defeating Mount Ida 4-0 in a Great Northeast Athletic Conference men’s soccer game.

St. Joseph’s (15-0-1, 9-0-1) hasn’t allowed a goal this season with one game remaining before the conference playoffs – Wednesday at Keene State (6-5-4, 2-2-2), which has 20 goals in 15 games.

Mattos’ first goal, from Cody Elliott, came 15:37 into the second half. Mattos made it 2-0 from Jesse Ramirez, then set up Trevor Lopes for a 3-0 lead with six minutes left. Colin Grant completed the scoring from Noah Elmore with 2:25 remaining.

Blake Mullen made four saves for the Monks behind a defense that allowed eight shots. Riley Ford stopped four shots on net for the Mustangs. The Monks took 18 shots overall.

BOWDOIN 0, CONNECTICUT COLLEGE 0: Stevie Van Siclen made five saves for the Polar Bears (10-3-1, 6-2-1 NESCAC) and A.J. Marcucci stopped two shots for the Camels (9-1-4, 4-1-4) at New London, Connecticut.

HAMILTON 2, COLBY 0: Aidan Wood and Eli Morris scored in the first half to lift the Continentals (7-5-2, 4-5-1 NESCAC) over the Mules (6-5-2, 3-4-2) at Clinton, New York.

Linds Cadwell made three saves for the shutout. Avery Gibson stopped eight shots for Colby.

UNIVERSITY OF NEW ENGLAND 1, ENDICOTT 0: Colin Madigan scored with 13 minutes left to lift the Nor’Easters (4-13, 3-5 Commonwealth Coast) past the Gulls (9-4-3, 5-1-2) at Biddeford.

Nathan Delesdernier made three saves for the shutout. Will Manuel stopped two shots for Endicott.

BATES 3, MIDDLEBURY 0: P.J. DiBenedetto scored twice, including opening the scoring after 2:13 as the Bobcats (7-5-2, 2-5-2 NESCAC) beat the Panthers (9-5, 4-5) at Lewiston.

DiBenedetto’s second goal came at 22:25 from Nate Merchant to give Bates a 2-0 halftime lead. Max Watson added a goal at 53:02.

SOUTHERN MAINE 3, UMASS-DARTMOUTH 1: Benjamin Musese, Riley Dinsmore-Patch and Qutaiba Hassoon scored as USM (6-9-2, 1-4-1 Little East) beat the Corsairs (3-9-1, 2-4) at North Dartmouth, Massachusetts.

The Corsairs took a 1-0 lead midway through the first half when Junior Robert scored from Akere Tambi, but the Huskies tied it just before the half when Musese scored from Hassoon.

Dinsmore-Patch scored the go-ahead goal from Sam Anderson eight minutes into the second half. The Huskies took a late 3-1 lead when Hassoon put back the rebound of Dinsmore-Patch’s shot.


TRINITY 63, BOWDOIN 14: Sonny Puzzo threw for 188 yards and two touchdowns on 12 of 15 passing, and the Bantams (6-0) took a 49-7 halftime lead before beating the Polar Bears (0-6) at Hartford, Connecticut.

Griff Stalcup ran for a 6-yard score early in the second period, and Nick Vailas caught seven passes for 82 yards for Bowdoin.

HAMILTON 27, COLBY 24: Kenny Gray threw for 179 yards and three touchdowns for the Continentals (2-4), who stormed back from a 17-0 first-half deficit to defeat the Mules (0-6) at Clinton, New York.

Gray threw all three touchdown in the second quarter to give Hamilton the lead, but Mark Snyder caught his second touchdown from Jack O’Brien with five seconds left to put Colby ahead 24-20 at the half.

Mitch Bierman ran for the winning touchdown from 2 yards out ith seven minutes remaining.

HUSSON 48, GALLAUDET 21: John Smith ran for four touchdowns and 186 yards on 23 carries, and the Eagles (6-1, 4-0 East Coast Football) scored 21 unanswered points in the third quarter to beat the Bison (2-5, 2-2) at Washington.

Kyle Gaudet caught seven passes for 151 yards, including a 70-yard score from Cory Brandon midway through the third quarter to give Husson a 28-7 lead. Brandon completed 18 of 25 passes for 296 yards.

MIDDLEBURY 43, BATES 14: Jared Lebowitz threw for 166 yards and two touchdowns, and the Panthers (5-1) scored the first 27 points to beat the Bobcats (0-6) at Lewiston.

Brendan Costa threw for two touchdowns and ran for 131 yards on 28 carries for Bates. He connected with Jason Lopez for a 16-yard score midway through the fourth quarter.

Jimmy Martinez caught three passes for 73 yards and a touchdown for the Panthers.

NORWICH 24, MAINE MARITIME ACADEMY 22: Connor Bourque ran in for the go-ahead touchdown from 18 yards early in the third quarter and the Colonels (1-6) held off the Mariners (1-6) at Northfield, Vermont.

Clyde Tamburro nailed a 36-yard field goal to put Norwich ahead 24-15, and the Mariners made it 24-22 on a 4-yard touchdown run by Joel Bennett with 6:14 left.


MAINE 6, MIAMI (OHIO) 3: Patrick Holway and Brady Keeper each had a goal and two assists for the Black Bears (2-2), who opened a 5-0 first-period lead against Miami (1-3) at Orono.

Eduards Tralmaks scored for Maine just 1:01 into the game, and Holway followed with a goal at 2:22. Keeper, Patrick Shea and Mitchell Fossier each added a goal to make it 5-0.

Phil Knies potted a power-play goal for Miami with five seconds left in the opening period.

Tim Doherty of Maine and Grant Hutton of Miami traded second-period goals before Hutton added a final goal with 3:13 left.

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