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Local roundup: Conn women win first game at Bowdoin since 1995

Brunswick, Maine — Freshmen Clare Mulvihill and Ella Davidyock scored their first career goals as Connecticut College defeated Bowdoin 3-1 in a New England Small College Athletic Conference women's soccer match on Saturday.

It was the Camels' first road victory over the Polar Bears since 1995.

Mulllivill, assisted by Morgan Plouffe, gave Conn (8-1-2, 5-1-1) the lead in the 16th minute, and Jamie Scarpantonio made it 2-0 when she took a feed from Sarah Moore and scored in the 56th minute.

Bowdoin (7-4-1, 2-4-1) scored four minutes later, ending Conn's shutout streak at 663:37 dating back to a Sept. 25 match against Amherst, but Old Lyme's Mya Johnson assisted on Davidyock's game in the 84th minute for some insurance.

In other matches:

• Coast Guard Academy celebrated senior day with a 3-1 win over Wheaton in the New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference. The Bears took a 1-0 lead on an own goal in the seventh minute before Molly Huynh made it 2-0 in the 31st minute when she one-timed a volley from senior Brielle Pearce into the net. Coast Guard's other final goal was also an own goal. Goalie Hope Drake-Duval made six saves for the Bears (4-9, 2-5). Wheaton is 7-5-2, 3-3-1.

Men's soccer

• Maitoe Suppasuesanguan scored in the first minute as Springfield defeated Coast Guard 1-0 in the NEWMAC. Goalie John Vaaler made two saves for the Bears (8-4-1, 2-3), who held a 14-11 shots edge.

• Bowdoin scored two goals in the second half to beat Conn College 3-1 in the NESCAC. Rya Jaran scored for the Camels (8-3, 6-2) and goalie Sam Maidenberg made three saves. Bowdoin is 7-4-1, 4-4-1.

Men's cross country

• Conn College, ranked No. 32 in the nation, placed fifth among 26 teams at its own invitational meet at Harkness Park in Waterford. The Camels finished with 170 points in a meet that featured eight nationally ranked Division III programs.

Junior Jeffrey Love placed second overall in 24:38.9 over the 8,000-meter course. He was followed by Matt Carter (fifth, 24:48.1), Chris Verstandig (29th, 25:39.9), Stuart Pollock (40th, 25:55.7) and Max Notarnicola (97th, 27:05.8). No. 3 Williams won the team title by accumulating 37 points and Williams senior Aidan Ryan was the individual winner in 23:52.9.

• Coast Guard's Kyle Boe placed 81st overall as the Bears placed 21st at the Conn College invite. Kevin Hall (27.47.6), Jack Davidson (28:07.5), Thomas Carney (28:42.5) and Jake Thoenen (28:55.7) rounded out the top five scorers for CGA.

Women's cross country

• Conn College placed 10th at its own invitational at Harkness State Park in Waterford. The Camels had 284 points in a race that featured 10 nationally ranked teams. Emi Schwab placed 25th overall in 22:57.8 over the 6,000-meter course to lead the Camels and was followed by Julia Curran (38th, 23:12.7), Lauren Hino (58th, 23:44.8), Rachel House (24:00.2) and Anna Batelli (24:45.4). No. 6 Williams won the team title with 74 points.

• Coast Guard's Savannah Olyniec placed 49th overall as the Bears finished 15th at the Conn College Invite. Olyniec had a time of 23:34.90 while Hope Shales (23:56.90), Taylor Winters (24:30.80) and Genevieve Middleton were 68th, 95th and 100th to also place in the Top 100.

Field hockey

• No. 12 Bowdoin routed Conn College 6-0 in the NESCAC despite 13 saves by senior goalie Jackie Mountford. The Camels are 1-10, 0-8).


• Williams defeated Conn College 25-15, 25-18 and 25-16 in the NESCAC. Julia Dailey had seven digs, two aces and two assists for the Camels (5-9,2-7) while Katherine Randall had 10 digs and four kills and Christina Leduc five kills and eight digs, and sophomore Natasha Shrivastava (San Diego, Calif.) and Carey combined for 13 assists.

Shrivastava had 48 assists and nine digs in Conn's 22-25, 25-12, 22-25, 25-18, 15-13 win over Hamilton in a NESCAC game on Friday. had 13 kills, 17 digs and six aces and Katherine Randall had 19 kills and 16 digs.


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