The Bowdoin men’s soccer team advanced to the third round of the NCAA Division III tournament, beating Vassar in the penalty kick shootout on Sunday at Pickard Field in Brunswick.

The game ended in a 1-1 tie and Bowdoin (13-1-5) won the shootout, 4-1. The Polar Bears will face SUNY Oneonta in the third round.

Bowdoin took a 1-0 lead in the first half on a goal by Carlton Steinberg. Vassar (9-4-6) tied it in the second half when Duncan Keker scored on a penalty kick.

Dylan Reid, Harry Cooper, Ronaldo Cabral and Tyler Huck scored in the shootout for Bowdoin.


HAVERFORD 80, BOWDOIN 69:  The Fords (1-1) closed the first half on a 10-7 run on their way to a win over the Polar Bears (0-2) in the Garnet Tip-off Classic at Swarthmore, Pennsylvania.


Nate Torres led Haverford with 18 points and Nick Kerkorian chipped in with 16.

Michael Simonds had 25 points for Bowdoin, and James McGowan had 20.

SOUTHERN MAINE CC 85, WORD OF LIFE 50:  DeSean Cromwell had 12 points and 12 rebounds, and Thomas Martinotti added 12 points as the Seawolves (5-1) beat the Huskies (0-4) in South Portland.

Jack Pyzynski added 11 points for SMCC, and Luke Gabloff had 10.

Luke Augusta led Word of Life with 19 points.

COLORADO 78, (11) TENNESSEE 66: KJ Simpson had 23 points and 10 rebounds to lead visiting Colorado (2-1) to an upset victory over Tennessee (1-1).


Tristan de Silva added 14 points for the Buffaloes, who shot 25.4% from the field, compared with the Volunteers’ 43.5%.

Josiah-Jordan James and Tyreke Key led Tennessee with 15 points apiece.


TCNJ 63, UNIVERSITY OF NEW ENGLAND 51: Julia Setaro had 19 points as the Lions (1-1) beat the Nor’easters (1-1) in Biddeford.

Nina Branchizio and Izzy Leazier each added 13 points for The College of New Jersey.

Jordyn Franzen and Cameron Watkins had 10 points each for UNE.


BOWDOIN 77, UMASS-DARTMOUTH 61: Sydney Jones had 16 points and seven rebounds as the Polar Bears (2-0) beat the Corsairs (2-1) in Dartmouth, Massachusetts.

Annie Boasberg added 13 points and nine rebounds for Bowdoin, and Megan Tan had 12 points and Tori Beck 10.

Jordan Moretti had 15 points, and Kaylin Zalewski had 14 and Caroline Wilson 13 for UMass-Dartmouth.

(2) STANFORD 87, PORTLAND 47: Haley Jones had 17 points and Cameron Brink added 12 to help visiting Stanford (4-0) rout Portland (2-10).

Stanford, which led by as many as 43 points, has not lost to a West Coast Conference team since falling at Gonzaga in 2018.

(4) IOWA 92, DRAKE 86: Monika Czinano scored 36 points and Caitlin Clark added 28 to help host Iowa (3-0) beat Drake (1-1) in overtime.


Czinano and Clark scored all but two of the Hawkeyes’ points in the extra period as Iowa outscored the Bulldogs 10-4.

(7) LOUISVILLE 75, BELMONT 70: Hailey Van Lith scored 25 points, Payton Verhulst had a steal and the game-clinching free throws with 2.2 seconds left and visiting Louisville (2-0) edged Belmont (1-1).

The Cardinals scored the last four points of the game from the foul line after Belmont lost possession when Madison Bartley was called for an illegal screen with 7.6 seconds to play.

(10) NORTH CAROLINA STATE 86, MOUNT ST. MARY’S 38: Aziaha James came off the bench to score 17 of her 19 points in the second half for host North Carolina State (3-0) in its win over Mount St. Mary’s (0-3).

Diamond Johnson had 13 points and Jada Boyd and Madison Hayes both scored 11 points for the Wolfpack (3-0), who overpowered the Mountaineers with a 63-21 rebounding advantage.

(14) OHIO STATE 82, BOSTON COLLEGE 64: Rebeka Mikulasikova and Jacy Sheldon had double-doubles and visiting Ohio State (2-0) capped an impressive opening week by beating Boston College (1-2).


Mikulasikova had 23 points and 10 rebounds for the Buckeyes, who defeated No. 5 Tennessee 87-75 earlier in the week. Sheldon had the unusual double-double of 14 points and a school-record tying 11 steals. She had eight steals against Tennessee.

(16) LSU 107, WESTERN CAROLINA 34: Flau’jae Johnson scored 18 points, Angel Reese had her third-straight double-double and host LSU (3-0) set a program record with its third-straight 100-point game in routing Western Carolina (2-1).

The Tigers, who scored a school-record 125 points in their opener and 111 in their second game, opened this one with 15 straight points and were never challenged.

(17) MARYLAND 83, FORDHAM 76: Diamond Miller scored 22 and grabbed 13 rebounds and host Maryland (2-1) turned back Fordham (2-1).

(19) ARIZONA 87, CAL STATE NORTHBRIDGE 47: Esmery Martinez didn’t miss a shot and scored 15 points to help host Arizona (2-0) beat Cal State Northridge (0-3).

The Wildcats scored 28 of the final 30 first-quarter points to take a 22-point lead into the second and led by at least 30 throughout the second half.


Martinez went 6 for 6 from the field, including one 3-pointer, and made each of her two free-throw attempts.


TOP 25: No. 1 Georgia led an unchanged top five in The Associated Press poll, while the rest of the Top 25 was shuffled after eight ranked teams lost – including two big upsets in the Pac-12.

For the second straight week, the Bulldogs received all but one of the 63 first-place votes in the AP Top 25. No. 2 Ohio State received the other first-place vote.

No. 3 Michigan, No. 4 TCU and No. 5 Tennessee held their spots after victories Saturday, with only the Horned Frogs facing a real challenge.

Georgia, Ohio State, Michigan and Tennessee won by a combined 203-60 against conference opponents.

Home losses by Oregon (to Washington) and UCLA (to Arizona) shook up the rest of the top 10. No. 6 LSU and No. 7 Southern California each moved up a spot.

The last time two top-10 Pac-12 teams lost at home during the same weekend was Oct. 2-4, 2014, when No. 2 Oregon fell 31-24 to Arizona 31-24 and No. 8 UCLA was defeated 30-28 by Utah.

Alabama jumped two spots to No. 8 after it fell to a season-low No. 10 last week. Clemson moved up four spots to re-enter the top-10 at No. 8 and Utah climbed to No. 10.

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