CARAOPOLIS, Pa. — Central Maine Community College scored two goals in 21 seconds and defeated Five Towns College 2-0 in a USCAA Division II National Championship men’s soccer pool play game Saturday.

Tiro Nong took a pass from Ordi Bimvy and netted the Mustangs’ first goal at the 50:22 mark. Ivan Domingues, a former Lewiston High School standout, followed with an unassisted goal at 50:43.

Domingues now has 27 goals this season, the most on the team.

Goalie Arnaud Nyagasaza stopped all seven shots he faced for CMCC (13-2-1). Steven Paguada finished with nine saves for Five Towns (7-4-2).

The Mustangs finish Pool A play Sunday at noon against Johnson & Wales-Charlotte, which defeated Five Towns 3-1 on Friday. The winner of Sunday’s game will advance to Monday’s title game.

CMCC 5, PSU MONT ALTO 0: Natalie Tracy netted a hat trick and Lakyn Hink had a hand in four goals as the Mustangs beat the Lions 5-0 in a Pool A matchup at the USCAA Division II National Championship tournament Saturday in Coraopolis, Pennsylvania.


Hink fed Tracy for two first-half goals, then she tallied her first goal early in the second half. Oak Hill grad Alexis Finn provided the assist on Tracy’s third goal, and Hink capped the scoring with an unassisted marker.

Emma Knowles stopped both shots on goal she faced for Central Maine CC. Kiaya Mouer made seven saves for Penn State Mont Alto.

The resounding win gives the top-seeded Mustangs hope of winning Pool A after losing their opener Friday. They’ll need fourth-seeded Penn State Mont Alto to beat fifth seeded Cincinnati-Clermont on Sunday, which would give all three teams in Pool A a record of 1-1 in pool play. The tiebreaker would be goal-differential, with the Mustangs holding a differential of plus-3.

UMF 65, BOWDOIN 56: Ethan Forrester scored an efficient 18 points to lead the Beavers (4-1) past the host Polar Bears (1-3) in Brunswick.

Forrester came off the bench and made 8 of his 10 shots, including 2 of 3 from the 3-point line. Jordan Anthony put up 12 points and nine rebounds to pace the starting lineup for the University of Maine at Farmington.

Michael Simonds scored a game-high 20 points for Bowdoin.


KEAN 78, BATES 53: Cole Decker came off the bench to score a team-high 10 points in the Bobcats’ (0-3) loss to the Cougars in Springfield, Massachusetts.

Steph Ward added nine points and Peter Psyhogeos paced Bates’ starters with seven.

Griffin Barker scored a game-high 22 points for Kean, which took a 45-33 lead into halftime before adding to it in the second half.

NORTH FLORIDA 67, MAINE 58: Playing its third game in as many days in Jacksonville, Florida, Maine (3-3) fell to the Ospreys (4-2) despite 20 points, six rebounds, six assists and four steals from Kellen Tynes.

BATES 58, SUNY POTSDAM 35: The Bobcats defense held the Bears to 31% shooting in a win in Plattsburgh, New York.

SUNY Potsdam (2-1) made just 14 of 45 shots, including just 1 of 8 shots from the 3-point line. Bates (3-0) led 14-3 after one quarter and continued to pull away after that.


Morgan Kennedy led the Bobcats with 22 points and 10 rebounds, and Elsa Daulerio compiled her own double-double with 15 points and 10 boards.

Jakia Howard scored a team-high 10 points for the Bears.

UMF 65, FISHER 43: Jessica Dow and Ruby McMinis both had 12 points to pace the Beavers (2-4) to a win over the Falcons (0-7) in Farmington.

Jaycie Stevens had 11 points and Sarah Poli had 10 points for UMaine-Farmington. Ladaeja Robinson poured in a game-high 21 points for Fisher.

The Beavers made 35.8% of their shots, including 25.9% of their 3-pointers, as well  as 66.7% of their free throws. Their next game is Tuesday at Saint Joseph’s College at 5:30 p.m.

WILLIAMS 43, BATES 0: Three players threw touchdown passes for the Ephs (3-6) as they ended their season with a win over the Bobcats (0-9) in Lewiston.


Starting quarterback Owen McHugh tossed two TDs — a 15-yarder to Paul Harshbarger in the first quarter and a 12-yarder to Riley O’Connell in the second — and Harshbarger and Jack Dickinson threw their only passes for scores. McHugh also ran for a touchdown.

Liam Foley was 9 of 22 for 127 yards for Bates, Adam Steinberg ran nine times for 34 yards and Seneca Moore had seven carries for 54, and Sergio Beltran was the top receiver with three catches for 65 yards.

Oxford Hills grad Zach Louvat recorded an assisted tackle for Bates to finish his freshman season on the Bobcats’ defensive line with six total tackles.

UNH 44, MAINE 25: Max Brosmer passed for three touchdowns and rushed for another — all in the first half — and New Hampshire retained the Brice-Cowell Musket by defeating Maine, 44-25, in a Coastal Athletic Association football season finale Saturday in Durham, New Hampshire.

Brosmer connected with Logan Tomlinson (2 yards), Kyle Lepkowski (56 yards) and Myles Thomason (10 yards) and then scored on a 10-yard run as UNH (5-5, 4-4 CAA) built a 34-17 halftime lead.

Thomason added an 89-yard punt return for a touchdown in the third quarter.


Maine quarterback Derek Robertson was 32 of 51 for 315 yards and three touchdowns. Trevin Ewing, Jamie Lamson and Cooper Heisey scored for the Black Bears (2-9, 1-7).

MAINE 3, VERMONT 2: Ida Kuoppola netted a pair of goals as the Black Bears (6-8, 4-6 Hockey East) topped the Catamounts (6-6-1, 5-4) in Burlington, Vermont. Ann-Frederique Guay also scored, and Julia Bachetti made 26 saves for Maine.

BOSTON UNIVERSITY 5, MAINE 4: Steve Lachance, Quinn Hutson and Devin Kaplan scored in a five-minute span of the third period, and the eighth-ranked Terriers (8-3-1, 5-1-1 Hockey East) held on to complete a weekend sweep of the ninth-ranked Black Bears (6-3-1, 3-2-1) in Boston.

Maine nearly erased a three-goal deficit in the final seven minutes, but late goals by Josh Nadeau and Nicholas Niemo weren’t quite enough. Bradly Nadeau and Lynden Breen also scored for the Black Bears.

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