UPEI striker Cole MacMillan, left, jumps over Memorial's Cody Field during Atlantic University Sport soccer action on Oct. 5 in Charlottetown.
Make it two in a row for the UPEI Panthers men’s soccer team.
Coming off a 2-1 road win Wednesday in Moncton, the Panthers defeated the Memorial Sea-Hawks 2-1 Saturday at home in Atlantic University Sport (AUS) action.
Cole MacMillan scored the winner at 50:30.
Brett Hogan tied the game at 14:14 of the first half after Aaron Anstey opened the scoring six minutes in for Memorial.
Brett Macdonald made two saves for the win while Michael Bartellas made four saves in the loss.
UPEI improves to 2-3-3 while Memorial is now 1-6-1.
The teams play Sunday at 1:15 in Charlottetown.
Emilie Pelletier’s second half goal gave the UPEI Panthers women’s soccer team a point Saturday.
The Panthers tied the Memorial Sea-Hawks 1-1 on Pelletier’s marker at 47:36.
Jennifer Burry scored seven minutes in for the visiting Sea-Hawks.
Ashley McKenna made two saves in the UPEI net while Hannah Noseworthy stopped one shot for Memorial.
UPEI is now 3-1-4 and one point back of Memorial (4-2-2). The teams play Sunday at 11 a.m. in Charlottetown.
The first-place Acadia Axewomen dominated the UPEI Panthers in women’s rugby.
The host Axewomen defeated the Panthers 106-0 to improve to 6-0 while UPEI falls to 1-4.
The Panthers led 58-0 at the half.
Acadia’s Emilie Chiasson and UPEI’s Holly Jones were players of the games.
The teams play in Charlottetown on Saturday, Oct. 12, at 3 p.m.
The Panthers lost 2-0 to the St. F.X. X-Women in Antigonish, N.S., in exhibition play.
Daley Oddy and Kara Power scored third period goals for the win as the X-Women outshot the Panthers 33-21.
Sojung Shin, a first-year student from Korea, made 21 saves for the shutout while Courtney Arsenault stopped 31 shots in the loss.
The two teams play again Sunday at noon in Antigonish.
The UPEI Panthers defeated the Lakehead Thunderwolves 4-1 Friday night in Thunder Bay, Ont.
Scorers were not available.