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UML Field Hockey Team Tops Quinnipiac

September 24, 2018

LOWELL -- Paced by junior Anouk Lalande’s (Brussels, Belgium) two goals, five different River Hawks tallied points in a 5-1 win for the UMass Lowell field hockey team against Quinnipiac on Sunday afternoon.

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UML improved to 5-3.

Sunday’s outing marked Lalande’s third multiple-goal game of 2018. Freshman Jenna Berger (Waterloo, Ontario) added to the offense with her first collegiate goal, while senior Torrie Huk (Milford, Del.) chipped in with one goal and one assist. Sophomore Clara Defourt (Brussels, Belgium) registered a pair of assists and classmate Katie Lynes (Oakville, Ontario) rounded out the goal scorers with her second tally this season.

LOWELL -- Behind two first career goals and a stellar performance in net, the No. 19 UML men’s soccer team knocked off Vermont, 2-0, to open up America East play on Saturday night.

Renato Kauzlaric (Zagreb, Croatia) and Mayele Malango (Kinshasa, Congo) accounted for the scores, and freshman Patrik Gujic (Bjelovar, Croatia) made a career-high six saves.

HIGH SCHOOLS

BOYS SOCCER

Billerica 1

Tewksbury 0

Stephen Harris scored an unassisted goal to lift Billerica past Tewksbury in an MVC Division 2 game Saturday.

Collin Robson notched the shutout in goal. Gauchau Kabuga, Michael Bragg and Nathaniel Cajdric played well for Billerica (1-2-2).

Wilmington 2

Beverly 1

Noah Ferrer scored on a shot from 25 yards out into the top left corner to lift Wilmington past Beverly in a non-league game Saturday for the Wildcats’ first win.

Wilmington (1-3-3) took a 1-0 lead two minutes into the game as Owen Surrette scored with an assist from Chris Spinazola.

Beverly tied the score on a goal off a free kick in the 75th minute. Andrew Days made 7 saves in goal for Wilmington. Pat O’Mahony had a strong game on defense.

GIRLS SOCCER

Dracut 2

Central Catholic 1

Dracut remained undefeated (5-0) with a narrow MVC victory over Central Catholic.

Alex Irwin and Allison Martin tallied goals for Dracut. Brooke Boermeester made 4 saves.

Central (2-2) received its lone goal from Faith Lee, while Mary Gerard stopped 4 shots for the Raiders.

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