WORCESTER, Mass. — Matthew Biando scored the tying goal off a pass from Franco Bazzini in the 84th minute as Worcester Polytechnic Institute got a 1-1 tie in men’s soccer with St. Joseph’s College on Tuesday night.

Gus Ford gave the Monks (1-0-2) the lead on a feed from Noah Elmore 15:30 into the game.

The Engineers improved to 3-0-1.

BOWDOIN 3, HUSSON 0: The Polar Bears (3-0-0) shut out the Eagles (3-1-1) at Brunswick behind a goal and an assist from Drake Byrd.

Byrd scored with a penalty kick just over nine minutes into the game. He later found Charlie Ward to put the Polar Bears up 2-0 before Minseo Bae scored the final goal. Michael Webber made four saves.

Husson goalkeeper Benjamin Powell had six saves.

COLBY 2, GORDON 0: Ethan Franco converted his penalty kick 7:19 into play and Josh Rubin added an insurance goal in the 79th minute as the Mules (2-0) blanked the Fighting Scots (2-2) at Wenham, Massachusetts.

Brody Velever stopped six shots for Gordon.

Noah Jackson needed only a pair of saves to record the shutout for Colby.

WOMEN’S SOCCER

BOWDOIN 2, U. OF NEW ENGLAND 0: The Polar Bears (3-1) scored a goal in each half to beat the Nor’easters (3-2) in Brunswick.

Julia Adelmann found Jade Cromwell for a goal in the 22nd minute and Samaya Bernardo added another in the 83rd. Goalkeeper Penny Rocchio made three saves.

Sydney Gillingham had 15 saves for UNE.

BATES 1, HUSSON 1: Molly Ennis put in the rebound of a free kick from Edie Shea in the 55th minute to break a scoreless tie for the Eagles (2-2-1) but Elizabeth Patrick countered with an unassisted goal in the 70th as the Bobcats (1-1-1) settled for a draw at Bangor.

Kat Nuckols stopped seven shots for Bates; Hannah Kenney had six saves for Husson.

FIELD HOCKEY

BOWDOIN 3, BATES 1: Abby Bashaw put away a feed from Beth Koeller with 5:27 to go in the third quarter to break a 1-1 tie and lead the Polar Bears (2-1, 1-1 NESCAC) past the Bobcats (1-2, 0-2) at Brunswick.

Bailey Prete opened the scoring for Bowdoin on a Faith Jennings pass in the first quarter, but Bates pulled even 38 seconds into the third on an unassisted goal from Caroline Brady.

Jennings added an insurance goal from Bashaw in the fourth quarter.

COLBY 2, THOMAS 0: Sandrine Brien knocked in an unassisted goal 1:30 into the contest and Sally Cassidy added a goal from Mya Salazar in the third quarter as the Mules (2-0) blanked the Terriers (0-5) in a nonconference game at Waterville.

Brennan Pinto and Alexis Bowman combined for nine saves for Thomas. Colby’s Emily Loeb turned away the seven shots.

BASKETBALL

OBIT: Nan Wooden, the daughter of late UCLA basketball coach John Wooden and a fixture at the Bruins games for years, died Tuesday. She was 87.

The school said she died of natural causes at a care facility in the San Fernando Valley, according to family members. She had suffered a series of strokes in recent years.

Wooden continued to attend UCLA’s games long after her Hall of Fame father retired from coaching in 1975, when the Bruins won their 10th NCAA championship. She often sat in her father’s reserved seat at Pauley Pavilion, which served as a gathering point for extended family and friends. The court there is named for her parents.

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