Published January 16. 2013 4:00AM
New London — Ariel DiPasquale had three goals and Shelley Moore added a goal and two assists to lead Connecticut College past Plymouth State on Tuesday, 6-2, in a nonleague women's hockey game.
Caroline Corbett had two goals for the Camels (6-7-1) and Kelsie Fralick added 20 saves.
Jennifer Wisiewski had 44 saves for the Panthers (3-11).
• Stephen Brennan had two goals and Will Leedy added two assists as Conn College beat Curry, 5-1. Sebastian Meltzer, Keith Veronesi and Mike Martinez each had a goal for the Camels (4-6-3) and Tom Conlin added 37 saves.
• Kate Mulloy led a balanced Mitchell College attack with 17 points and six rebounds as the Mariners snapped a four-game losing streak with a 72-51 win over Wheelock in a New England Collegiate Conference game. Amanda Garcia had 16 points and seven rebounds, Diamond Thomas had 15 points, six rebounds and three steals, Kaylee Cerruto scored 10 for Mitchell (2-10, 2-4).
• Kevin Pape had 20 points and Philkwan Tate added 17 points as Avery Point routed Holyoke CC, 96-40. Mike Martin, Malcolm Simmons, and Tyler Barnes all had 12 points for Avery (5-8) and Sam Turner scored 10.
• Matt Alfultis won a pair of events as Waterford beat Norwich Free Academy, 101-81, in the Eastern Connecticut Conference, giving the Lancers their first win of the season. Alfultis won the 200-meter individual medley in 2:41.87 and the 100 breaststroke in 1:20.76. Jamison Fielder and Nik Lehet also won events and were on winning relay teams and Ryan Hessling was on two winning relay teams for Waterford (1-3, 1-2). Aidan Karam won the 200 freestyle (2:13.76) and 100 backstroke (1:09.41) for NFA (4-5, 2-4) and teammates Tyler Keith, Jonathan Yuen and Preston Spicer also won events.
• Adam Opsahl won one event, tied for first in another and was part of the winning 200 freestyle relay team as East Lyme defeated Windham-RHAM-Coventry, 95-83, in the ECC. Opsahl captured the 200 IM (2:08.66), shared first with Windham's Zachary Hannon in the 100 butterfly (55.22) and joined Sam Magna, Ben Biondi and Eric Stirtan on the relay team (1:36.13). The Vikings (7-1, 6-0) also picked up individual wins from Magna (100 free, 52.84), Thomas Whittico (200 free, 1:59.68), Dylan Luce (diving, 181.65 points), Simon Wechsler (500 free, 6:38.94) and Austin Toback (100 back, 1:02.49).
• Ledyard-Stonington beat Fitch 93-76 in the ECC. Adam Tran won the 100 backstroke in 1:08.53 and Kyle Parry won the 100 butterfly in 1:06 for Ledyard-Stonington (5-0, 4-0). Christian Berg and Dakota Williams were double winners for Fitch (1-3, 1-3). Berg won the 200 individual medley (2:07.52) and 100 backstroke (54.71) and Williams won the 50 freestyle (24.15) and 100 freestyle (52.86).
Boys' indoor track
• Chris Bond, Frank Norosky, Tyler Latham and Lake Wyld set a school record in the sprint medley relay (3:46.65) as Fitch won the Jack Long Invitational at Floyd Little Athletic Center in New Haven. Fitch had 154 points and NFA placed third (93). Latham won the 55 hurdles (8.06), Devin Lehman was second in the 600 (1:31.83), Mustapha Noibi finished second in the long jump (19-9), and Eric Powers placed second in the pole vault (12-0).
• UConn coach Paul Pasqualoni now must replace both of his coordinators after it was announced that George DeLeone will relinquish his job as offensive coordinator to become associate head coach. He will also coach the offensive line for the second straight year.
"I continue to be excited about the direction of our offensive and I look forward to continue to work with the offensive line - a position group that I have been passionate about my entire coaching career," DeLeone said in a statement released by the university.
The Huskies, 5-7 in each of Pasqualoni's first two seasons, also have to replace defensive coordinator Don Brown, who left for a similar role at Boston College, and running backs coach Clayton White, who left to coach at his alma mater, North Carolina State. White alserve served as the Huskies' special teams coach.
The Hartford Courant reported that T.J. Weist, the former receivers coach at Cincinnati, is the frontrunner to succeed DeLeone as offensive coordinator.