LEWISTON — Grace Bilodeau scored on a cross from Rebecca Raymond with 3:26 left in the second overtime, lifting Connecticut College to a 2-1 victory over Bates College in NESCAC women’s soccer action Saturday.
Bilodeau ran onto Raymond’s cross and scored to complete the come-from-behind victory for the Camels (4-6-2). Connecticut College tied the game with 19:54 left in regulation when Astrid Kempainen knocked in a loose ball in a scrambe in front of the Bates’ net.
Following a scoreless first half, the Bobcats (3-7-1) seized a 1-0 lead in the 53rd minute of the game. Sophomore forward Dakota Donovan passed the ball from the corner toward the near post, where senior captian Sam Rose finished the play with a shot inside the far post.
UMass-Dartmouth 1, USM 0
NORTH DARTMOUTH, Mass. — Junior defender Kathleen Landers found the back of the net in the 87th minute to lift the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth to a 1-0 triumph over the University of Southern Maine in LEC women’s soccer action Saturday.
The Corsairs (10-2-2) outshot the Huskies (2-11) by a margin of 18-5.
Katie Cobb recorded four saves for Southern Maine, while Krista Chauin prevented four for UMass-Dartmouth.
Framingham State 2, USM 1
FRAMINGHAM, Mass. — The Framingham State University tallied a pair of second half goals to defeat the University of Southern Maine, 2-1, in LEC field hockey action Saturday.
Junior Kaitlyn Ranieri sent a cross from the right side into the circle to Cassandra Koegel. Koegel placed a shot into the cage for the 1-0 lead for the Rams (9-5).
The lead was short-lived as just over a minute later sophomore forward Peyton Dostie beat three Framingham defenders and slipped a shot past the goalkeeper for the Huskies (5-11).
The game remained deadlocked until Ranieri once again sent a cross into the circle where freshman Cady Kelly collected the ball and knocked home the game-winner.
UMass-Dartmouth 4, USM 3 OT
GORHAM — Junior Victor Ferreira scored his third goal of the contest 1:10 into sudden death overtime to give the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth a 4-3 victory over the Unviersity of Southern Maine in LEC men’s soccer action Saturday afternoon.
Junior Anthony dos Santos slipped a pass between two Husky (4-10) defenders to Ferreira who took one touch and beat senior goalie Jeremy Turner low inside the right post for the game-winner.
Sophomore Mazen Aljari had a pair of goals for Southern Maine.
Ahmed Ben Afif tallied his first collegiate goal by taking a pass from Tyler Hartman and beating the Corsairs’ (10-3) keeper Michael Phelan in the 36th minute.
Bates, Connecticut tie
LEWISTON — There was plenty of action, but no scoring as Connecticut College and Bates College fought to a 0-0 draw through 110 minutes of play in NESCAC men’s soccer action Saturday.
Freshman goalie Joe Maffly-Kipp made eight saves for his first collegiate shutout for the Bobcats (2-7-2). Bates outshot the Camels 10-5 in the second half.