Saturday’s Maine college roundup: Colby women’s hockey falls in second round of NCAA DIII tourney

Amherst scored four goals in the third period to beat Colby 4-0 in the second round of the NCAA Division III women’s hockey tournament on Saturday in Amherst, Massachusetts.

The Mules finish the season 18-8, while Amherst improves to 25-4 and advances to face Hamilton, a 2-0 winner of Adrian, in the semifinals.

Maeve Reynolds scored two goals in the first five minutes of the third period to give Amherst the lead. Alyssa Xu and Daly Carley also scored for the Mammoths.

Paige Bolyard had 26 saves for Colby.


NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS: Jake Craig and Jake Peavey of the University of Southern Maine earned All-America honors with top-six finishes at the NCAA Division III championships in Roanoke, Virginia.

Craig, a freshman from Skowhegan, placed fourth in the 125-pound division. He reached the semifinals before suffering his first loss, then won a consolation match but lost again in the third-place match.

Peavey, a senior from South China, finished with a 3-3 record for sixth place in the 285-pound division.


NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS: Jaidyn Appel of Portland won her second straight NCAA Division III indoor track title with a victory in the high jump Saturday in Birmingham, Alabama.

Appel, a senior at Tufts, was the only athlete to clear 5 feet, 8 3/4 inches. She then broke her own school record of 5-9 3/4 by clearing 5-10 before missing three attempts at 5-11 1/4.


MARYLAND 5, MAINE 4: Ian Perturtz led off the bottom of the eighth inning with a home run and the Terrapins (7-7) beat the Black Bears (3-8) in College Park, Maryland.

Maine loaded the bases in the top of the eighth and the top of the ninth, but was unable to score either time.

Myles Sargent had two hits, including a double and a home run, scored twice and drove in two runs for Maine.

GROVE CITY 7, ST. JOSEPH’S 3: The Wolverines (10-3) scored four runs in the top of theninth to beat the Monks (2-6) in Lakeland, Florida.

Luke Stevens drove in two runs, while Jack Moltenbrey had three hits and scored a run for St. Joseph’s.

COLL. OF NEW JERSEY 8, SOUTHERN MAINE 2: The Huskies (0-2) fell behind 7-0 in the fourth inning and lost to the Lions (2-2) in Winter Haven, Florida.

Chris Reeder and Justin Marcario each drove in two runs for TCNJ. Ben Amon allowed two runs and struck out eight in six innings.

Chris Quigley, Kyle Douin and Janek Lukzsa each had two hits for USM.


NEW MEXICO STATE 9, MAINE 1: Jillian Taylor had two hits, three RBI and scored twice as the Aggies (11-7) beat the Black Bears (4-11) in Fresno, California.

Izzy Nieblas had an RBI double for Maine.

COLBY SPLITS DOUBLEHEADER WITH MIT: The Mules (1-1) bounced back to win the second game of a doubleheader with the Engineers (3-1) 10-1 to earn a split in Waterville.

In the second game, Jackie Hill and Chloe Wilcox each had three hits, including a double, and two RBI for the Mules. Amanda Cabral and Abby Orso each added two hits and two RBI.

Colby lost the first game 6-3.


UNIVERSITY OF NEW ENGLAND 15, PLATTSBURG STATE 10: Jordan White had five goals and one assist as the Nor’easters (3-3) beat the Cardinals (2-2) in Biddeford.

Colin Watt added three goals and an assist, while Andrew Lawrence had two goals and two assists for UNE. Sam McGregor added two goals and an assists, while Shea Fogarty scored twice.

BOWDOIN 17, HAMILTON 16: Jason Lach had four goals as the Polar Bears (1-1, 1-1 NESCAC) held on to beat the Continentals (1-2, 0-2) in Brunswick.

Sam Raye-Steiner had three goals and an assist, while Patrick Fitzgerald added three goals for Bowdoin. Ethan Barnard also had two goals, while Sam Powell had a goal and an assist.

TRINITY 19, BATES 12: Harrison Ike had six goals and an assist as the Hens (1-2, 1-1 NESCAC) topped the Bobcats (0-3, 0-2) in Hartford, Conn.

Ryan Werner hadded three goals and three assists for Trinity, while Andrew Bailey scored three goals. Will Masterson had four goals and two assists for Bates.

ST. JOSEPH’S 19, NEW ENGLAND COLLEGE 2: Tim Goodfellow had three goals and four assists, while Tiger Hopkins had two goals and nine assists, and the Monks (1-5) cruised to a win over the Pilgrims (0-5) in Standish.

Matt Denman and Max Lucy both scored three goals, while Will Levesque and Xavier Michaud both scored twice for St. Joseph’s.

RIVIER 20, SOUTHERN MAINE 9: Connor Eck had six goals and three assists to lead the Raiders (2-1) over the Huskies (0-4) in Nashua, New Hampshire.

Michael Ference had three goals and three assists, while Nicholas Tavares had three goals and two assists for Rivier. Chris Heitmiller also scored three goals.

Nick James led USM with four goals and an assist. Schuyler Wetmore posted two goals and three assists.

WILLIAMS 15, COLBY 8: Jesse Shapiro led the Ephs (2-1, 2-0 NESCAC) with six goals and an assist as they defeated the Mules (1-2, 0-2) in Waterville.

Calvin Caputo and Cade Schuckman each scored twice for Williams.

Jack Goller and Nick Hassan both scored three goals for Colby and Henry Popko had two.


BOWDOIN 11, HAMILTON 8: Sophia Sudano and Emelia Krakora each scored three goals as the Polar Bears (2-1, 1-1 NESCAC) beat the Continentals (0-2, 0-2) in Clinton, New York.

Lauren Blake added two goals, while Fiona Bundy had a goal and two assists for Bowdoin.

WILLIAMS 10, COLBY 8: The Ephs (3-1, 1-1 NESCAC) scored five goals in the fourth quarter to beat the Mules (0-3, 0-2) in Williamstown, Massachusetts.

Ally Franz had three goals, while Annie Eddy had two for Colby. Franny Donohue, Christina Halloran, Grace Collier and Lauren Morganlander each had two goals for Williams.

TRINITY 12, BATES 2: Molly McGuckin had four goals and an assists, while Casey Ward added three goals and the Bantams (3-0, 2-0 NESCAC) cruised past the Bobcats (2-3, 0-2) in Lewiston.

Lauren Wong and Annie Lowenstein each scored for Bates.

ST. JOSEPH’S 21, NORWICH 7: Lydia Dexter had six goals and two assists as the Monks (2-1) cruised past the Cadets (1-1) in Northfield, Vt.

Bridget Collins and Megan Mourmouras each added three goals and two assists for St. Joseph’s.

Michaila Furchak led Norwich with three goals and Maddie Etherton scored twice.

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