The University of New England Nor’easters earned their second win of the season with a 6-3 win over Southern New Hampshire University Saturday afternoon.
Brendan Brickley had two goals and an assist including the game-winner, while Sean Sullivan and Zach Lokey each had had two assists in the victory.Trevor Fleurent opened the scoring up for the Nor’easters (2-4-0 overall; 1-3-0 ECAC East) with his fifth goal of the year on the power play with Lokey and Sullivan picking up the assists at the 6:01 mark of the first period. UNE was 1-of-7 on the power play while Southern New Hampshire went 0-for-4.
Michael Settipani notched his first of the year for Southern New Hampshire with less six minutes remaining the opening period.
UNE stretched the lead to 3-1 in the second period with goals from Scott McManaman and Brickley. Southern New Hampshire struck with a short-handed goal by Zach Lubinski at the 12:32 mark. Brickley responded 58 seconds later with the game winner.
In the third, UNE received goals from Nick Michaud and Jared Melman. Southern New Hampshire responded with a goal from Tyler Pascucci.
Ian Edwards made 11 saves on 14 shots for the Nor’easters for his second win of the year. Tyler Holske made 29 saves for Southern New Hampshire.
Bowdoin – 5; Salve Regina – 2
A second period outburst for the Bowdoin College Polar Bears led them to a 5-2 victory over the Salve Regina in the 2011 Bowdoin-Colby Faceoff Classic Saturday at Alfond Rink in Waterville.
Tim McGarry broke the ice late in the first period to give the Polar Bears the 1-0 lead heading into the first intermission
Bowdoin recorded three consecutive goals in the middle period from Robert Toczylowski, Donald Chute and Harry Matheson.
John Scorcia and Chad Goodwin cut Bowdoin’s lead in half to 4-2 in the third period, but McGarry added his second of the game with an empty-netter in the final minute.
Senior Richard Nerland made16 saves for the Polar Bears, while Mike McDonald stopped 32 for the Seahawks.
Colby – 4; US Under-18 – 5
Colby College Mules fell 5-4 to the USA National Team Development Program Under-18 team at the Bowdoin-Colby Classic in Waterville Saturday afternoon.
Quentin Shore scored nearly halfway through the first period to open the scoring. A little over a minute later after Shore’s goal at the 10:52 mark, Patrick Sieloff made it 2-0 for the Americans. Sieloff would then get one of the assists on Ryan Hartman’s goal late in the first stanza.
Colby finally got on the board a little over five minutes in the second period with a goal by Matt Rappaport. Three minutes later Stefan Matteau put deficit back to three which made it 4-1 for the Under-18′s. Chris Buonomo answered for Colby midway through the second period and Kyle Osterberg answered for Team USA to give them a 5-2 advantage heading to the third period.
Buonomo and Ray Zeek tallied goals for the Mules in the third period.
Collin Olsson made 15 saves for the Americans, while Matt Delaney stopped 24 shots for Colby. Team USA was 1-for-6 on the power play while Colby was 0-for-5.