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(L-R) Soph. Bridget Burns, Soph. Demi Ruder, and Fr. Alyssa Melanson, celebrate at the women's volleyball game. TKTKTKTK
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(L-R) Soph. Bridget Burns, Soph. Demi Ruder, and Fr. Alyssa Melanson, celebrate at the women's volleyball game. TKTKTKTK

Posted on October 09, 2013 in Sports
By USM Free Press

Men’s Soccer
Disappointing second half loss to UMF

The USM men’s soccer team lost to University of Maine at Farmington 4-3 Wednesday to fall to 0-10-1 on the season.
The loss was especially disappointing, as the Huskies were up 3-1 at one point during the second half.
The team will next play Monday against the University of New England.

Golf
USM Golf Second at UNE Invitational

The Huskies golf team came in second place Oct. 1 at the University of New England invitational.
The team finished with 311 strokes, 6 back of first place Endicott College. Aidan Boyce finished second in the individual scores with a six-over-par 75 for the invitational.

Field Hockey
Huskies beat Salem State 6-3

The USM field hockey team beat Salem State University 6-3 last Tuesday to move to 4-7 on the season.
The win ends a five game losing streak for the team. Rebecca Pratt scored two goals for USM, and freshman Michaela Demers scored the first goal of her collegiate career in the win.
The Huskies will next play Wednesday against Plymouth State.

Women’s Soccer
USM downed 6-0 by Bowdoin

The women’s soccer team lost 6-0 to Bowdoin College last Tuesday to bring their record to 4-6 for the season.
Goalie Marissa Temple made 12 saves on 16 shots, and goalie Katie Cobb made 11 saves on 13 shots.
Their next game is against UMF on Wednesday.

Women’s Volleyball
USM beats Gordon 3-1

After losing the first set, the Huskies came back in commanding fashion and went on to win three straight to take the win.
Their record for the season advances to 14-4, and was their first win against Gordon College in their last fifteen matches against each other.
The team next plays against UMass Boston on Tuesday.

Women’s Tennis
USM falls to Salem 6-3

The Huskies women’s tennis team fell 6-3 against Salem State to fall to 7-3 on the season.
The team lost all but one doubles match, won by Mary Moran and Jenna Willey, and lost four out of six points in singles play.
The teams next game is against Colby-Sawyer on Wednesday.