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NH College Roundup: UNH field hockey topped by Iowa

September 10. 2017 11:34PM

IOWA CITY, Iowa — The University of New Hampshire field hockey team hung around early with 17th-ranked Iowa on Sunday before falling to the Hawkeyes 7-1.

Taylor Scafidi scored a late first-half goal to keep UNH close at 2-1, but Iowa scored five unanswered second-half goals to record the win.

UNH left Iowa with a weekend split against the nationally-ranked Hawkeyes. The Wildcats prevailed 3-2 in overtime Friday. New Hampshire is now 3-2 overall. Iowa is 3-4.

Field hockey

Dartmouth 7, Bryant 2: Morgan Philie had two goals as the Big Green improved to 2-2.

Katie Spanos had a goal and two assists, while Katie Persin, Kira Koehler and Amrit Ahluwalia all scored.

Goalkeeper Hailey Valerio made one save in the win.

St. Michael’s 1, Franklin Pierce 0: Franklin Pierce fell to 2-2 as St. Michael’s scored the game’s lone goal following a defensive turnover.

Women’s soccer

Dartmouth 4, Quinnipiac 1: Dartmouth improved to 4-2, led by Bianca Ribi’s two goals.

Also scoring for Dartmouth were Brittany Champagne and Remy Borinsky.

Erin Kawakami (two), Alyssa Neuberger (two) and Gia Parker had assists.

Men’s soccer

UNH 1, Columbia 1: The Wildcats, ranked 24th nationally in one poll, allowed its first goal of the season, had its win streak snapped and stayed unbeaten all in one game. Jacob Gould, a freshman from Exeter, scored his first college goal on a one-timer from the doorstep at 63:47, allowing UNH to tie Columbia (1-0-2) on Saturday night before 500 fans at Wildcat Stadium. The Wildcats are 4-0-1.

UNH goalkeeper Andrew Pesci allowed his first goal of the season, by Arthur Bosua, at the 35:20-minute mark. Pesci, of Windham, made one save.

The Wildcats host Holy Cross on Wednesday at 7 p.m. at Wildcat Stadium.

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