Sunday's Maine college roundup: Colby rallies past USM for overtime win in field hockey

Sun Journal, Lewiston, Maine
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Apr. 25—GORHAM — Megan Rittenhouse scored 2:13 into overtime as Colby rallied Sunday for a 2-1 field hockey win over Southern Maine in its first game since the fall of 2019.

USM (0-3) took the lead late in the third quarter when Maddie Pullen scored with an assist from Brooke Carson. Emily Hogan tied it with an unassisted goal with 6:40 left in regulation.

Emily Loeb made three saves for Colby, while Julianna Kiklis had 10 for USM.

Dawn Bodrug struck out 13 As the Seawolves (21-9, 7-1 America East) shut out the Black Bears (11-16, 7-5) in Orono.

Bodrug allowed six hits and walked three. Nicole McCarvill and Jordyn Nowakowski each drove in a pair of runs.

Jasmine Gray and Keely Clark had two hits apiece for Maine.

Karissa Hatchell hit an RBI single in the top of the seventh inning to lift the Fighting Scots (10-13, 7-7 Commonwealth Coast) to a 2-1 win over the University of New England (5-4, 5-3) in the first game of a doubleheader in Biddeford.

UNE tied the game in the fifth inning on an RBI single by Grace Tutt.

Kristen Brown hit a two-run homer and finished with three RBI as Gordon won the second game, 8-1. Tutt hit a sacrifice fly in the seventh for UNE.

Kristina Haghdan pitched a one-hitter in Game 1 and the Jumbos (12-2) scored 10 runs in the second inning in Game 2 as they beat the Bobcats (1-7) twice in Lewiston, 8-2 and 16-9.

Bates erased most of a 12-0 deficit in the second game, scoring nine runs in the fifth inning. The rally included a two-run single by Jevan Sandhu, RBI singles by Mary Collette, Janell Sato and Rachel Liazos and three bases-loaded walks.

Summer Dias had four goals and two assists, and Kathryn Grennon finished with four goals and an assist as the Bobcats (2-2, 1-2 NESCAC) rolled to a win over the Camels (0-5, 0-3) in Lewiston.

Margaret Smith added three goals and an assist. Rachael Deptula stopped eight shots.