Duluth defeats UMaine in hockey following delay

After a campus-wide power outage in Orono that delayed the start for over an hour, Minnesota-Duluth needed just 46 seconds to score and went on to a 2-1 win over Maine in a nonconference men’s hockey game Friday night.

Riley Tufte gave Duluth the lead on a feed from Karson Kuhlman and it held until the9:26 mark of the third period when Eduards Tralmaks got the equalizer, with assists from Canon Pieper and Emil Westerlund.

Jade Miller countered just 37 seconds later on a setup from Billy Exell to give the Bulldogs the lead for good.

The Black Bears fell to 2-3 while the Bulldogs are 3-2.

FIELD HOCKEY: Brittany Smith scored with 10:48 left in regulation to give Maine (12-4, 6-1 America East) a 1-0 win over host Vermont (5-11, 1-6).

Lena Benwood had seven saves for Vermont, while Emma Cochran only needed two saves for Maine to secure the shutout.


GRAND PRIX: Daniel Ricciardo put Red Bull on top of the second practice at the Mexican Grand Prix, edging defending race champion and season championship leader Lewis Hamilton by 0.131 seconds. Ricciardo’s Red Bull teammate Max Verstappen was third.


SWISS INDOORS: Roger Federer was tested before beating 28th-ranked Adrian Mannarino 4-6, 6-1, 6-3 in the quarterfinals in Basel.

Marin Cilic and Juan Martin del Potro, both former U.S. Open winners, will face each other in a semifinal after also being pushed to three-set wins.

WTA FINALS: Caroline Garcia advanced to the semifinals in Singapore when top-ranked Simona Halep was beaten by Elina Svitolina.

Garcia defeated Caroline Wozniacki 0-6, 6-3, 7-5 in the early Red Group match. Wozniacki had already advanced, but Garcia had to wait. When Svitolina beat Halep 6-3, 6-4 later in the day, the top-ranked Romanian was eliminated and Garcia was through as the group winner.

In the semifinals, Garcia will play Venus Williams and Wozniacki will face Karolina Pliskova.


FIFA: The 2018 World Cup champion will get $38 million from a prize fund FIFA has increased by 12 percent to $400 million.

FIFA says each of the 32 competing national federations will get at least $8 million, the same as in 2014 when the overall prize fund was $358 million.


PGA: Ryan Armour shot a 4-under 68 to take a one-shot lead at the Sanderson Farms Championship in Jackson, Mississippi.

The 41-year-old Armour has never won on the PGA Tour.

CHAMPIONS TOUR: David Toms had a hole-in-one in his round of 6-under 66, good enough for a share of the first-round lead with Jeff Maggert at the PowerShares QQQ Championship in Thousand Oaks, California.

LPGA: Feng Shanshan had three birdies before a lengthy rain delay and three more after it, shooting a 6-under 65 to take a one stroke lead after the second round of the Sime Darby in Malaysia.

WOODS CASE: Tiger Woods pleaded guilty to reckless driving in Palm Beach County, Florida, in a deal that will keep him out of jail as long as he stays out of trouble, resolving charges from an arrest last spring in which he was found passed out in his Mercedes with prescription drugs and marijuana in his system.