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Weekend college results: Renee Suter leads No. 13 UMass field hockey to comeback victory

Renee Suter scored two goals off penalty corners as the No. 13 University of Massachusetts field hockey team earned 3-1 comeback win over Boston University on the road Sunday.

Molly MacDonell scored the third goal of the day for UMass (9-4), while Izzie Delario, Alexa Sikalis, Mel Sutherland and Charlotte Verelst had one assist each.

Sam Carlino made four saves in net.

Field Hockey

Amherst College 8, Hamilton 0 — Sara Culhan scored three goals as the No. 11 Jeffs (7-2, 5-1 NESCAC) won Saturday in Clinton, N.Y.

Mount Holyoke College 6, Clark 1 — Kirsten Kilburn had two goals and two assists as the No. 20 Lyons (9-1) rolled in Worcester. Diana Banmann also had two goals in the win.

Southern Maine 5, Westfield State 2 — Emily Williams of Deerfield had a goal an assist, but the Owls (4-5, 1-4 MASCAC) lost at home Saturday.

Elms 5, Wheelock 0 — Meghan Goodrow of Sunderland scored twice as the Blazers (2-10, 1-0 NECC) won their league opener Saturday in Boston.

Springfield 4, Wheaton 0 — Ellie Massengill of Amherst made eight saves for Wheaton (4-8, 0-3 NEWMAC) in Saturday’s loss in Norton.

Adelphi 5, Franklin Pierce 2 — Freshman Shannon O’Leary of Florence scored her first collegiate goal on a penalty stroke, but the Ravens (1-8, 0-3 Northeast-10) lost Saturday in Garden City, N.Y.

Women’s Soccer

Virginia Commonwealth 1, UMass 0 (OT) — Kailyn Slade scored in the 106th minute to lift VCU (6-4-1, 1-0 A-10) past the Minutewomen (5-6-1, 1-1) on Saturday in Amherst.

Danielle Kriscenski made seven saves in goal for UMass.

Amherst College 2, Hamilton 0 — Jessy Hale and Sarah Duffy scored the goals as the Jeffs (5-1-2, 3-1-2 NESCAC) earned their seventh shutout of the year Saturday in Clinton, N.Y.

Holly Burwick made five saves.

MIT 2, Mount Holyoke 0 — Zoe Marshall made 10 saves as the Lyons (5-6, 0-3 NEWMAC) lost at home Saturday.

Westfield State 5, Mass. Maritime 2 — Sarah Sypek of Westhampton scored two goals and assisted on another as the Owls 6-5, 2-1 MASCAC) won at home Saturday.

Men’s Soccer

Amherst 1, Hamilton 1 (2OT) — Nico Pascual-Leone scored as the No. 3 Lord Jeffs (7-0-2, 5-0-2 NESCAC) extended their unbeaten streak to 29 games with the draw Saturday in Clinton, N.Y.

Thomas Bull made four saves in net.

Men’s Golf

NECC Championship — Freshman Chris Miele of South Hadley tied for fifth overall as the Blazers won the conference championship Sunday at Wedgewood Pines Golf Club in Stow.

Miele was tied for 15th after shooting an 83 Saturday, but responded with an 80 in Sunday’s final round and earned first-team all-conference honors.

Women’s Golf

Williams Fall Invitational — Amherst College’s Jamie Grace was the medalist after finishing with a two-day score of 150 (73-77) in Williamstown.

The Jeffs placed fourth overall in the 15-team field.

Women’s Volleyball

Amherst College 3, Tufts 1 — Maggie Danner had 16 kills and 13 digs as the Jeffs (10-5, 3-2 NESCAC) won at home Saturday 25-23, 15-25, 25-18, 25-19.

Central Connecticut State 3, Fairleigh Dickinson 0; Central Connecticut State 3, Sacred Heart 1 — Cassidy Stankowski of Deerfield had a total of 19 kills, 19 digs and nine blocks as the Blue Devils (11-7) won a pair of home matches over the weekend.

Men’s Tennis

Amherst College 9, MIT 0 — Joey Fritz won at No. 1 singles and No. 1 doubles as the Lord Jeffs (1-0) won their first dual match of the season at home Saturday.

Women’s Tennis

Amherst College 6, Williams 3 — Gabby Devlin won her No. 2 singles match and paired with Jordan Brewer to win at No. 1 doubles as the Jeffs won their lone dual match of the fall season Saturday in Williamstown.

Mount Holyoke College 9, Clark 0 — Ann Elizabeth Konkel won her top singles match and joined with Eman Malik to win No. 1 doubles as the Lyons (5-4, 3-3 NEWMAC) dominated Saturday in Worcester.

Salem State 9, Western Connecticut State 0 — Hilary Gustafson of Belchertown earned two of the Vikings’ (3-5, 2-2 Little East) points Saturday in Danbury, Conn.

Gustafson won at No. 6 singles and at No. 2 doubles.

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