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Local colleges: Hawkey leads Conn men past Trinity 4-1

Published October 27. 2013 4:00AM
Tim Cook/The Day
Connecticut College's Ryland Hormel is lifted into the air by teammate Randy Pearce after scoring a goal late in the first half on Saturday. The Camels routed state rival Trinity College 5-2 in the New England Small College Athletic Conference.

New London — Senior Billy Hawkey scored his team-leading eighth and nine goals, leading Connecticut College past Trinity College, 5-2, in a New England Small College Athletic Conference men's soccer game Saturday.

Hawkey's first goal came in the first half and put the Camels ahead for good at 2-1.

Ryland Hormel had a goal and an assist while Colin Patch and Weller Hlinomaz also scored for the Camels (8-3-2, 4-3-2).

The Camels led 3-1 at intermission.

In other games:

• Wheaton College outshot Coast Guard Academy, 19-5, and rolled to a 5-0 win in the New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference. Junior Richie Burns had four saves for the Bears (6-7-3, 2-3-1).

• Mitchell College dropped its regular-season finale, 2-0, to Regis College but still qualified for the New England Collegiate Conference tournament. Ramazan Sinani made four saves for the Mariners (7-10, 5-2), who are seeded third and and will host No. 6 Daniel Webster in the first roud of the NECC tournament on Wednesday at 2 p.m.

• Allando Matheson scored the game-winning goal with just under two minutes into the first overtime as UConn defeated Cincinnati 1-0 in the American Athletic Conference. It was Matheson's sixth goal of the season for the Huskies (8-2-5, 3-0-4) extended their unbeaten streak to 10 games. Goalie Andre Blake made just one save to earn the shutout.

Women's soccer

• Mitchell closed out the regular season with a 2-1 overtime loss to Bay Path in the NECC. Norwich Free Academy graduate Brenna Poirier scored her third goal of the season for the Mariners (3-11, 3-6).

• Despite registering 11 shots, Coast Guard fell to Emerson, 1-0, in the NEWMAC. Holly Moore had six saves for the Bears (6-9-1, 3-4-1). Tayllar Righini had the game-winning goal in the 16th minute.

• Conn College's Libby Thomas opened the scoring with a first-half goal, but Trinity scored the next four to win, 4-1, in the NESCAC. Rebecca Raymond added an assist for the Camels (3-7-3, 1-6-2).

Volleyball

• Coast Guard outlasted Vassar 17-25, 29-27, 25-11, 15-25, and 16-14. Freshman Rebekah Muller led the Bears (21-6) with 21 kills and 17 digs, while Kelsey DePorto added 20 digs and six blocks and Samantha Marmolejo had 25 digs.

• Mitchell qualified for the NECC tournament by rallying past Elms, 25-23, 22-25, 16-25, 27-25 and 15-8, in the regular-season finale. Amanda Garcia led the Mariners (9-12, 4-4) with a match-high 17 kills and Gloria Charles had 19 digs. Mitchell is seeded sixth and will visit No. 3 Newbury in the first round Tuesday at 7 p.m.

• Connecticut College lost to Vassar 22-25, 24-26, 15-25. Caroline Martin had 10 kills and 10 digs, Chloe Ainley had eight kills and seven digs, Kaitlin Cunningham had 30 assists and Cailyn Straubel had 14 digs for Conn (11-11).

Women's cross country

• Mitchell sophomore Sheilah Newcity of Stonington finished 10th in 22:28 at the NECC Championship in Westfield, Mass., earned All-Conference second team honors. The Mariners placed fourth overall with 102 points.

• Conn College finished second at the five-team Plansky Invitational. Host Williams College won with 17 point and Conn had 44.

Scoring for the Camels were Ashley Curran (fifth, 20:38), Kelsey McGinnis (sixth, 20:38), Bella Franz (10th, 21:38), Anna Laurence (11th, 21:39) and Ariana Beers (12th, 21:39).

Men's cross country

• Conn College finished second at the four-team Plansky Invitational. Host Williams College won with 15 point and Conn had 55. Scoring for Conn were Dan Gossels (seventh, 17:56), Dan Burns (ninth, 18:13), Blake Reilly (12th,18:40), Jules Tamagnan (13th, 18:55) and Sam McKeown (14th, 19:22).

Field hockey

• Senior Laura Sanderson scored the only goal for Conn College in a 4-1 loss to Trinity in the NESCAC. Jillian Dahrooge had an assist for the Camels (3-10, 1-8).

• Second-ranked North Carolina overcame a 1-0 halftime deficit to defeat No. 4 UConn 2-1 in Norfolk, Va. Roisin Upton scored the lone goal for the Huskies (13-4) when she converted a penalty corner just 15:35 into the match. It was her ninth of the season.

Men's swimming

• Coast Guard opened its season by finishing second in the Union Relays. The Bears, who won four of the 13 events and placed second in seven others, finished with 126 points, just two shy of host Union's 128.

Coast Guard's wins came from the 300 breastroke relay team of Elliot VanDeren, Carl Fuhs and Timothy Dion (3:11.80), the 300 butterfly relay team of Ryan Buys, Londen Thomas and Barrett Johannsen (2:40.32), the 600 medley-200 IM team of VanDeren, Ben Morseth and Zachary Weeks (6:09.48) and the 400 freestyle team of Thomas, Christian Brindamour, Aaron Overheim and Marco Tinari (3:18.64).

Women's swimming

• Coast Guard had a pair of wins and finished third at the Union Relays. Union won the event with 116 points, SUNY-New Paltz had 108 and the Bears finished with 78.

Sara Cantrell won the 3-meter diving event with 426.44 points while Darlene Sao, Kaitlyn Toth and Chantel Ferguson won the 600 medley-200 IM (6:57.38).

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