The University of Mary Washington scored two goals 10 seconds apart early in the second half to beat Bowdoin 3-2 in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Division III men’s soccer tournament on Sunday in Amherst, Massachusetts.

Mary Washington (13-4-4) took a 1-0  lead at 26:44 on a goal by Jacob Kautzman. Bowdoin (13-2-5) tied it 10 minutes later when Ronaldo Cabral scored from Julian Juantorena.

The Eagles then regained the lead on a penalty kick by Carter Berg, who also scored 10 seconds later with an assist from Josh Kirland to make it 3-1.

Harry Cooper scored on a penalty kick with 55:30 left for Bowdoin.


BATES 89, MEDGAR EVERS 36: Sophie Spotler had 11 points and nine rebounds as the Bobcats (2-1) cruised to a win over the Cougars (1-4) in Boston.


Alyson Kennedy added 12 points, while Meghan Graff had 11 and Danielle Adams 10 for Bates.

Sheily Quezada scored 15 points and grabbed 12 rebounds for Medgar Evers.

SOUTHERN MAINE CC 78, ALBANY COLLEGE P&HS 26: Hope Butler scored 17 points as the SeaWolves (7-1, 5-0 YSCC) beat the Panthers (0-3, 0-3) in Albany, New York.

Maddy York added 14 points and Ashleigh Mathisen had 13 for SMCC.

Dida Slusrasek scored 14 points for the Panthers.

(1) SOUTH CAROLINA 76, (2) STANFORD 71: Bree Hall hit a 3-pointer with 42 seconds left in overtime, Aliyah Boston overcame early foul trouble to score 14 points, including the tying jumper with two seconds left in regulation, and defending champion South Carolina (4-0) rallied past the Cardinal (5-1) in Stanford, California.


(5) UCONN 91, (10) NORTH CAROLINA STATE 69: Azzi Fudd scored 32 points and the Huskies (3-0) beat 1the Wolfpack (4-1) in Hartford, Connecticut, in a game that started with a scary moment when longtime Huskies associate head coach Chris Dailey fainted after the national anthem.

Dailey was attended to on the court by medical personnel for a few minutes before being taking off on a stretcher. Dailey, who is 63, waved to the crowd and smiled as she left the court.

(7) IOWA STATE 99, COLUMBIA 76: Ashley Joens had 33 points and 10 rebounds, and the Cyclones rolled past Lions (3-2) in Ames, Iowa, to improve to 4-0.

Joens made 9 of 14 shots, including 7 of 10 from 3-point range, while recording the 52nd double-double of her college career.

UCLA 80, (11) TENNESSEE 63: Charisma Osborne scored 23 points and hit five 3-pointers to help the Bruins (5-0) beat the Volunteers (2-3) in the semifinals of the Battle 4 Atlantis in Paradise Island, Bahamas.

(12) INDIANA 92, QUINNIPIAC 55: Former Gorham High star Mackenzie Holmes finished with 22 points and seven rebounds to lead the Hoosiers (5-0) to a victory over the Bobcats (2-2) in Bloomington, Indiana.


Holmes sank 8 of 9 shots from the floor and blocked three shots for Indiana. Freshman Yarden Garzon made 4 of 5 shots from 3-point range and scored 14. Grace Berger pitched in with 13 points and six assists, while Alyssa Geary had 11 points off the bench on 5-for-6 shooting.


SOUTHERN MAINE CC 76, ALBANY COLLEGE OF P&HS 56: DeSean Cromwell had 12 points and seven rebounds as the SeaWolves (9-2, 4-1 YSCC) beat the Panthers (1-5, 0-5) in Albany, New York.

Thomas Martinotti added 11 points and Jack Pyzynski 10 for SMCC. Brett Richards had 31 points of the Panthers.

(1) NORTH CAROLINA 80, JAMES MADISON 64: RJ Davis scored 21 points, Armando Bacot had 19 points and 23 rebounds and the Tar Heels defeated the Dukes (4-1) in Chapel Hill, North Carolina to improve to 4-0.

Pete Nance added 11 points and Leaky Black had 12 rebounds as the Tar Heels concluded a four-game homestand.


Takal Molson scored 19 points in James Madison’s first game against a top-ranked team in nearly 32 years. Mezie Offurum had 12 points, Julien Wooden added 11 and Vado Morse finished with 10 for the Dukes.


TOP 25: Southern California moved into the top five of The Associated Press poll for the first time in five years.

Georgia received 62 of the 63 first-place votes as the top four teams held their places after playing varying degrees of close games Saturday.

No. 2 Ohio State received the other first-place vote. Michigan was No. 3 again, followed by TCU.

The fifth-ranked Trojans edged up two spots after a thrilling victory against rival UCLA. The last time USC was ranked in the top five was September of 2017, when it started at No. 4 but spent most of the season ranked in the teens before finishing 12th.

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