GORHAM — Ciera Berthiaume became Southern Maine’s all-time leading women’s soccer scorer with her 29th career goal as the Huskies beat St. Joseph’s 5-0 on Wednesday night.

Berthiaume, a senior, had a goal and an assist to break a 20-year-old record set by Ali Hathaway, who was present in the crowd.

Catriona Gould, Emma Forgues and Katie Lynch also scored for the Huskies (4-0).

Alexandra Southworth made 11 saves for the Monks (1-2).

BOWDOIN 11, UMAINE-FARMINGTON 0: The Polar Bears (1-0) got goals from 10 players in beating the Beavers (0-3) at Brunswick.

Becca Meyers scored two goals for Bowdoin, and Isa Quintana and Ella Olcese each finished with one goal and two assists.

COLBY 3, HUSSON 0: Alessandra Marciano, Chloe Schiff and Kerrie Verbeek scored in the first half as the Mules (1-0) beat the Eagles (1-2) at Bangor.

Emily McMaster made four saves for the shutout.

Husson goalkeeper Hannah Kenney stopped six shots.

FIELD HOCKEY

COLBY 5, UMAINE-FARMINGTON 1: The Mules (2-0) picked up a win against the Beavers (2-2) at Waterville, behind two goals and an assist from Lillian Kistner.

Sandrine Brien, Megan Rittenhouse and Pernilla Shaw also scored  for Colby. Emily Loeb made two saves.

Alex Bessey scored for UMF.

BOWDOIN 5, U. OF NEW ENGLAND 2: Bailey Prete scored two goals as the Polar Bears opened their season by beating the Nor’easters (2-1) at Brunswick.

Jill Cloonan, Faith Jennings and Manveer Sandhu also scored for Bowdoin. Sandhu and Abby Bashaw added an assist.

Jillian Lachappelle and Sarah Padellaro scored for UNE, and Dawn DeWeese-Moss and Lindsay Pych combined for 11 saves.

ST. JOSEPH’S 3, THOMAS 1: Meghan Hill, Megan Mourmouras and Cailin Seavey scored for the Monks (1-0) in a win over the Terriers (0-2) at Waterville.

Kassidy Collins made two saves in the shutout.

Britney Gregoire scored for Thomas.

MEN’S BASKETBALL

ALABAMA: Transfer guard Nimari Burnett will miss the season after having surgery on his right knee.

Coach Nate Oats said Burnett had successful surgery Tuesday, performed by Dr. Lyle Cain of Andrews Sports Medicine at St. Vincent’s Hospital in Birmingham.

The 6-foot-4, 190-pound sophomore transferred from Texas Tech, where he played in 12 games as a freshman before opting to enter the transfer portal. He was rated a four-star recruit by 247Sports.

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