RICHMOND, Virginia — The University of Maine field hockey team completed a weekend sweep of Richmond with a 4-1 victory over the Spiders on Sunday.

UMaine won its fourth straight match in improving to 4-1 while Richmond is now 0-4.

Emily Hindle’s goal in the second half gave UMaine the lead for good, while Madison Cummings opened the scoring for the Bears in the first half.

Libby Riedl tallied a goal plus an assist while Brianna Ricker added a goal for UMaine. Olivia Hubert scored the only goal for Richmond.

UMaine outshot Richmond 22-8.

Husson 4, Wellesley 2

At Wellesley, Massachusetts, on Saturday, Sadie Royer recorded a hat trick with three goals as the Husson defeated Wellesley.

Arika Brouchu had the other goal for the Eagles, who were playing their season-opener. Alli Bourget added an assist while Anne Marie Provencal recorded 14 saves.

Carson Dennis and Arielle Mitropoulous tallied the goals for 1-1 Wellesley. Janelle Sullivan came up with three saves.

Husson 3, USM 2

At Gorham, Lauren Russell’s two goals helped lead Husson past Southern Maine on Sunday.

Alli Bourget had the other goal for the 2-0 Eagles. Anne Marie Provencal came up with six saves on nine shots.

Kaitlin Hilton and Tayla Smedberg tallied a goal apiece for 0-2 Southern Maine. Anna Huff saved seven of 16 shots.

SUNY-Cortland 5, UMF 2

At Northampton, Massachusetts, on Saturday, Anna Branch’s two goals helped SUNY-Cortland defeat UMaine-Farmington.

Jess Gibaldi, Liz Athing and Hannah Burchell added goals for 1-0 SUNY Cortland.

Kyla Sturtevant and Jenessa Talarico scored for the 0-1 Beavers. Alyssa Arsenault and Haley Frizzle both had three saves.

Women’s Soccer

UMFK 3, Rochester 1

At Pepper Pike, Ohio, on Saturday, Sherifatu Sumaila’s goal early in the second half snapped a 1-1 tie and sent the UMaine-Fort Kent Bengals to their first win of the year.

Natasha Merangoli added an insurance goal while Kendra Freund scored in the first half for 1-0-1 UMaine-Fort Kent.

Sumaila had three assists for the Bengals. Christy Routheaux tallied a first-half goal for Rochester College.

UMFK 3, Shawnee State 3

At Portsmouth, Ohio, on Friday, the Bengals and Shawnee State battled to a 3-3 tie.

Sherifatu Sumaila and Natasha Merangoli netted first-half goals for UMFK while Sumaila added another goal in the second half.

The second half saw Shawnee State (1-0-1) rally to tie it on goals by Jenny Campbell, Charity Collins and Maddie Woodard.

Neither team would score through two overtimes.

Gordon 4, MMA 1

At Castine on Saturday, Asha Steele’s two goals powered Gordon College to a victory over Maine Maritime Academy.

Jill Kefalas tallied a goal plus an assist and Devin Lacroix a goal for the Fighting Scots. Kali Denety made three saves.

Makayla Lewis scored the lone goal for Maine Maritime. Emily Conway came up with eight saves.

UMF 2, Regis 1

At Weston, Massachusetts, on Saturday, McKenna Brodeur’s second-half goal provided the UMaine-Farmington Beavers with the victory.

Risa Marble added a goal and Kaiti Kinney an assist for 1-1 UMaine-Farmington. Kiana Thompson came up with 15 saves.

Emma Mendes had the goal for Regis College. Kyrsten Drake tallied four saves.

St. Joseph’s 1, Husson 0

At Portland Sunday, Haley DaGraca’s goal in the first half provided St. Joseph’s with the win over Husson.

Brooke Troup came up with three saves for the Monks.

Sami Ireland made eight stops for Husson.

Men’s Soccer

Vermont Tech 3, UMPI 0

At Randoph Center, Vermont, Matt Brien tallied a goal plus an assist as Vermont Tech blanked UMaine-Presque Isle on Saturday.

Scott Durkee added a goal for 1-1 Vermont Tech.

Matt Manter picked up seven saves for 0-1 UMaine-Presque Isle.

UMF 1, Rivier 0

At Farmington on Saturday, Luke Dwornik’s first-half goal off a Nick Marshall assist was all the Beavers needed in the win.

Matt Wilson came up with three saves for the Beavers.

Collin Deyarmin saved six shots for Rivier.

Johnson State 7, UMPI 0

At Johnson, Vermont, on Sunday, the host Badgers outshot UMaine-Presque Isle 21-2 in cruising to a victory.

Six different players provided the scoring for 2-0 Johnson State, with Joseph Holloway scoring two goals.

UMPI drops to 0-2.