Maya Waryas scored the winner on a feed from Abbie Jacques 55 seconds into the first overtime as St. Joseph’s edged Thomas 2-1 in field hockey on Wednesday at Standish.

Julia Reny opened the scoring with an unassisted goal for Thomas (2-2) 5:03 into the second quarter, but Morgan Dalton answered for St. Joseph’s (4-1)  just 2:00 later.

Elise Syphers turned back 25 shots for the Terriers, and Kassidy Collins had 14 saves for the Monks.

BABSON 4, BATES 2: Meara Hanyon knocked home a penalty corner 1:11 into the second quarter to break a 1-1 tie and Isabelle Fournier added a goal 1:17 later as the Beavers (3-1) took a 3-1 edge to halftime and topped the Bobcats (3-1) at Lewiston.

Hanyon added a second penalty corner late in the third quarter for Babson.

Kami Lambert and Anna Cote scored for Bates.


COLBY 3, UNIVERSITY OF NEW ENGLAND 1: Jackie Hill finished off a pass from Casey Winslow midway through the first quarter as the Mules (2-1) took a 1-0 advantage to halftime and downed the Nor’easters (1-4) at Biddeford.

Winslow and Lily Harrington added third-quarter goals for Colby as it built a 3-0 lead.

Shelly Tremblay scored for UNE.


COLBY 2, GORDON 2: Cole Levis finished off a header from Max Cardone to tie the contest with 1:47 to play in regulation as the Fighting Scots (1-3-1) battled for a draw against the Mules (2-1-1) at Waterville.

Ethan Fabricant tapped in a cross from Ethan Franco 1:11 into play to open the scoring for Colby and Fabricant paired up with Justin Lauer to set a header by Franco in the 20th minute.


Adrian Chiang put home a feed from Levis with 2:52 to play in the first half.

U. OF NEW ENGLAND 1, UM-FARMINGTON 1: Trevor Krueger polished off a pass from Maxon Brochu in the 70th minute to lead the Beavers (0-2-1) to a draw with the Nor’easters (0-4-2) at Biddeford.

Alex Woodworth scored on a Luke Gould feed to break a scoreless tie in the 49th minute.

Sean McCarthy stopped six shots for UNE; Johan Sautter had a pair of saves for UMaine-Farmington.

BATES 3, HUSSON 0: Ciaran Bardong scored with an assist from Bobby Dall to break a tie in the 28th minute as the Bobcats (3-1) pulled away and blanked the Eagles (2-2) at Lewiston.

Gerard Costa Farre scored early in the second half on a feed from Tife Agunloye, and Cesar Hoover closed out the scoring as he converted his penalty kick in the final minute.


WHEATON 4, ST. JOSEPH’S 1: Alasdair Ferrier opened the scoring with an unassisted first-half goal and the Lyons (4-1-1) added two goals in the span of 2:58 from Ferrier and Luca de Castro Novaes midway through the second half as they built a 3-0 lead and handled the Monks (2-2) at Norton, Massachusetts.

Alec Kosinski scored for St. Joseph’s in the 89th minute but Wheaton’s Gavin Mahoney finished off a Joey Everett pass 30 seconds later.


COLBY 5, HUSSON 0: Sophie Digrande provided a pair of goals and Emily McMaster stopped all three shots as the Mules (2-1) shut out the Eagles 2-4) at Waterville.

Sophie Webb, Kaleigh Quinn and Murphy Leung added goals for Colby.

Madison Weigler had eight saves for Husson.


BOWDOIN 1, UNIVERSITY OF NEW ENGLAND 0: Morgan Smiley gathered a pass from Isa Quintana and put it into the lower left corner 16:22 into the contest for the only goal as the Polar Bears (4-0) beat the Nor’easters (3-2) at Biddeford.

Ariel Martin stopped seven shots for UNE; Alex Arndt had one save for Bowdoin.

SOUTHERN MAINE 4, UMAINE-FARMINGTON 0: Catriona Gould had a goal in each half and Hunter Stonebraker needed one save as the Huskies (4-1) blanked the Beavers (1-4) at Gorham.

Gaby Panagakos added a first-half goal, and Riley Reitchel closed the scoring for Southern Maine on a Panagakos pass.

Paige Gonya made nine saves for UMaine-Farmington.

ENDICOTT 2, ST. JOSEPH’S 1: Erin Wood’s unassisted goal with 3:07 to play in regulation broke a 1-1 tie and led the Gulls (5-1) past the Monks (1-4) at Standish.

Madison Michaud opened the scoring in the 25th minute for St. Joseph’s, but Alexandria Dostie answered on a feed from Riley Rischitelli in the 62nd for Endicott.

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