UMF 4, UMPI 2: The Beavers (1-1-1) scored two goals early in the second half to break a tie and earn their first victory of the season with a win over the Owls (0-2-0) in both teams’ North Atlantic Conference opener in Presque Isle.

Sydney Belanger scored the go-ahead goal just under five minutes into the second half and Monmouth grad Audrey Fletcher rounded out the scoring less than three minutes after that. Abby Lash assisted on both goals.

Fletcher collected a pair of assists in the first half. Emily Boyle opened the scoring in the 17th minute, only for UMaine-Presque Isle to answer 62 seconds later. Rita Benoit gave UMaine-Farmington a 2-1 lead in the 29th minute before the Owls knotted the game back up with 35 seconds left in the first half.

Alexis Ireland and Kourtney West scored for UMPI, with Taylor Marston assisting on West’s goal.

Oak Hill grad Paige Gonya made five saves in goal for UMF, while Marissa Havey stopped 10 shots and Maggee Curtis three more for UMPI.

CMCC 3, UMAINE-AUGUSTA 0: Lakyn Hink scored a goal and assisted on another in the Mustangs’ (1-1) win over the Moose (0-1) in Augusta.


Hink scored about five minutes into the contest, then set up Alexis Finn’s goal 16 minutes later. Sarah Labbe set up Aspen Stevens for Central Maine Community College’s third goal in the second half.

Wednesday’s game was the first for the UMaine-Augusta program, which is starting women’s and men’s soccer teams this year.

UMF 5, UMPI 1: Cade McHugh tallied a goal and an assist as the Beavers (1-2) notched their first win of the season by downing the Owls (0-2) in Presque Isle.

Former Edward Little standouts Christian Beliveau and Mohamed Adow contributed to the victory with a goal and an assist, respectively, for UMaine-Farmington. Aric Belanger, Oscar Davis and Caleb Kolman also scored.

UMaine-Presque Isle opened the scoring with a goal by Remar Shirley on a penalty kick 5:28 into the game.

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