STANDISH — Junior Aliza Jordan led all scorers with seven points on five goals and two assists as the University of Southern Maine women’s lacrosse team defeated the University of Maine at Farmington, 14- 5, in non-conference action Wednesday afternoon at the SJC Athletic Complex.

Former Mt. Ararat athlete Carly Raymond had a hand in all five UMF goals scoring two and assisting on the other three. Senior Sierra Gilley, also formerly of Mt. Ararat, had a goal and an assist for the Beavers.

The win was the second straight, and third in the last four games, for the Huskies who improved to 3-2 on the season.

The visiting Beavers, still looking for their first win of the season, dropped their third straight game.

Raymond got the Beavers on the board at 20:13 converting a free-position attempt to make it 2-1.

Southern Maine scored the next four goals over an 11-minute span to open up a 6-1 lead. Colleen Fleming opened the run just 27 seconds after the Raymond goal.

Raymond scored the opening goal of the second half, but the Beavers would get no closer.

Southern Maine had a 35- 17 edge in shots and won the battle of the ground balls at 31-22. The Huskies had a big edge at the center circle winning 15-of-21 draw controls.

The Beavers are on the road this weekend taking on Bay Path College on Saturday (11 a.m.) and Norwich University on Sunday (1 p.m.).