LEWISTON – Molly Wagner scored back-to-back goals as Bates routed Endicott 5-0 in women’s college soccer action Monday.

Wagner’s first goal was a hard shot off a pass from Julie Brown. She made the game 2-0 within the first three minutes of the second half after knocking in a rebound. Jessie Gargiulo, Kim Alexander, and Jen Marino also scored for the Bobcats. Mia Lidofsky made five saves and shared the shutout with Nini Spalding.

Men’s soccer

Bowdoin 2, Gordon 0

BRUNSWICK – The Bowdoin College men’s soccer team controlled the pace of play and scored a pair of second-half goals in a 2-0 victory over Gordon College.

Matt Ostrup lofted the ball from midfield over the Gordan defense to Brendan Egan, who knocked the ball in for the first Polar Bear (7-2-0) goal.

Nick Figueiredo ripped a shot that deflected off a defender and into the corner of the goal for the 2-0 advantage.

Nathan Lovitz made two saves to earn his fifth shutout of the year.

Chris Tanga made eight saves in the Scots (4-4-3) effort.

Field Hockey

Maine 1, Cornell 0

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Kristen Healy scored the lone goal of the game as the University of Maine field hockey team downed Cornell 1-0 on Monday afternoon.

Healy notched the game-winner at 38:02 off a penalty corner. Maygan Cassarino made 14 saves in the Black Bear (5-8) shutout victory.

Lizzie Goldblatt made two saves in the Cornell (4-5) effort. Cornell outshot Maine 21-5 in the game.

New England College 4, Univ. of New England 1

BIDDEFORD – Amanda Lester tallied a pair of goals as New England College posted a 4-1 win over the University of New England in college field hockey action.

Lori Zaniboni netted the first goal for NEC off a feed from Khatianna Evans 1:56 into the contest. Brittney Vogrin rounded out the scoring for the Pilgrims (11-2).

Lisa Baillargeron convered a pass from Nicole Mace to tally the lone Nor’easters (5-4) goal.

Women’s Soccer

Bates 5, Endicott 0

LEWISTON – Molly Wagner scored back-to-back goals as Bates routed Endicott 5-0 in women’s college soccer action Monday.

Wagner’s first goal was a hard shot off a pass from Julie Brown. She made the game 2-0 within the first three minutes of the second half after knocking in a rebound. Jessie Gargiulo, Kim Alexander, and Jen Marino also scored for the Bobcats. Mia Lidofsky made five saves and shared the shutout with Nini Spalding.

Tina Loguidice made nine saves for the Gulls.

Men’s Soccer

Bowdoin 2, Gordon 0

BRUNSWICK – The Bowdoin College men’s soccer team controlled the pace of play and scored a pair of second-half goals in a 2-0 victory over Gordon College.

Matt Ostrup lofted the ball from midfield over the Gordan defense to Brendan Egan, who knocked the ball in for the first Polar Bear (7-2-0) goal. Nick Figueiredo ripped a shot that deflected off a defender and into the corner of the goal for the 2-0 advantage. Nathan Lovitz made two saves to earn his fifth shutout of the year.

Chris Tanga made eight saves in the Scots (4-4-3) effort.


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