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Mens basketball

Old Westbury 82, Husson 69

At Old Westbury, N.Y. Saturday, 6-foot-10 sophomore center Lester Prosper poured in a 26 points and grabbed 19 rebounds, both game-highs, as Old Westbury pulled away in the second half to post the consolation game win in the Old Westbury Panther Classic.

Garthlette James, Dwayne Messam, Hakiem George and Shane DeNully combined for 42 points and DeNully dished out seven assists for Old Westbury, which led by just two at the half.

Matt MacKenzie had a team-high 19 points and seven rebounds for Husson and was chosen to the all-tournament team. Brock Bradford had 15 points and Jay Uhrin had 11 while Nick Perras had four steals.

St. Joseph’s 83, UNE 81

At Biddeford, Scot Vachon netted eight points including two free throws with 31 seconds remaining in the game to lift Saint Joseph’s past the University of Maine New England.

EMCC drops two

At Bangor, Eastern Maine Community College dropped a pair of games this weekend as Southern Maine Community College earned a 101-65 win on Saturday and Vermont Technical College posted a 64-51 victory on Sunday.

Elms wins Hight Tournament

At Farmington, Javon Marthis scored 16 points to help lead Elms College past the University of Maine at Farmington 81-67 to win the Hight Chevrolet Tournament Saturday. Newbury College beat the University of Maine at Presque Isle 92-78 in the consolation game.

In the first game, Eric Lelansky paced UM-Farmington with 17 points and Eric Taylor added 14 points.

In the second game, Kevin Cleveland scored 28 points to lead Newbury while Ray Mitchell had 36 points for UM-Presque Isle.

Colby 69, Hunter 67

At Allentown, Pa., Michael Russell has 26 points and 11 rebounds as Colby College narrowly defeated Hunter College in the consolation game of the Scotty Wood Tournament at Muhlenberg College Saturday.

Salem State 66, Bowdoin 61

At Salem, Mass., Stevie Celestin had 19 points and three steals to lead Salem State College past Bowdoin College of Brunswick in the Viking Tip-Off Tournament Saturday.

Hamilton 85, Bates 66

At Clinton, N.Y., Harlee Wood scored a game-high 23 points to spark Hamilton College by Bates College in the championship game of the Hamilton Tip-Off Tournament.

Womens basketball

Southern Maine 64, Norwich 61

At Gorham, Stacey Kent hit a couple of late free throws and Nicole Paradis sank another as Southern Maine won the USM Tip-Off championship game by holding off a second-half rally in which Norwich outscored the Huskies 20-6.

All-tourney team choice Kent finished with a game-high 18 points and she also grabbed eight rebounds. Tournament Most Valuable Player Kaylie DeMillo added 15 points and Kristi Violette hauled down a game-high 17 rebounds. Paradis chipped in eight points and a game-high four assists.

Erica Rate’s 12 points, Tara Stevenson’s 11 and Jess Jaggars’ eight rebounds led Norwich.

UM-Farmington 79, Husson 76

At Gorham, Amanda Byrne scored five points during a 10-2 spurt that erased a 72-65 deficit and Erin Porter followed it up with two clutch free throws as UMF topped Husson in the consolation game at University of Southern Maine Tip-Off Tournament Saturday.

Porter had a team-high 17 points and 10 rebounds for UMF. Caitlyn Laflin contributed 16 points, 10 rebounds and four steals; Jillian Ross scored 12 points and Byrne had 11 points and a game-high eight assists.

Shelby Bradford’s 18 points, 10 rebounds and three steals led Husson. Jenny Rollins scored 14 points and Kelsey Lavertu had 12 points, five rebounds and two blocked shots.

Bangor’s Porter and Lee’s Bradford were each selected to the all-tournament team.

Endicott 76, UM-Fort Kent 55

At Beverly, Mass., Ceciley Chisolm had 14 points, 13 rebounds and seven steals as Endicott College beat the University of Maine at Fort Kent in the Endicott Tip-Off Tournament Sunday.

UM-Presque Isle 70, Thomas 67

At Waterville, Eric Davis scored 29 points to lead the University of Maine at Presque Isle past Thomas College in the consolation game of the Colby Invitational Saturday.

Colby 83, Saint Joseph’s 63

At Waterville, Julianne Kowalski scored 18 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to lead Colby College by Saint Joseph’s College for the Colby Invitational title.

Bowdoin 75, Western Conn. 44

At Waltham, Mass., Jill Anelauskas scored 18 points, including her 1,000th career point, as Bowdoin College of Brunswick defeated Western Connecticut Saturday.

Leah Rubega had 11 rebounds, four points and four steals for Bowdoin.

Bates 65, Salem State 60

At Salem, Mass., Val Beckwith tallied 23 points to power Bates College by Salem State in the championship game of the Salem State Tip-Off Classic on Saturday.

EMCC loses two

At Bangor, Eastern Maine Community College had a pair losses this weekend with a 75-38 loss to Southern Maine Community College on Saturday and a 73-56 victory by Vermont Technical College on Sunday.

Mens soccer

UM-Fort Kent 1, Northwood 1 (UMFK wins 3-1 on penalty kicks)

At Fort Kent, Andre Anderson, Keith Williams II and Dwayne Smith converted penalty kicks while Giovanni Sinclair made three saves and allowed just one goal to Ollie Moffatt during the PK round as the Bengals advanced to the 16-team NAIA Division I tournament in Fresno on Dec. 1-6.

The 20-0-1 Bengals will take on 19-2 Notre Dame College (Ohio) on Tuesday, Dec. 2 at 2:30 p.m. (EST).

Anderson staked UMFK to a 1-0 lead with a 25-yard shot off a Smith pass in the 56th minute.

But Northwood (Fla.) equalized with 4:23 remaining in regulation when a takedown in the penalty area enabled Joonas Siikala to convert from the penalty spot.

Sinclair wasn’t required to make a save on seven Northwood shots in regulation and the two 10-minute overtimes while Northwood goalie Andy Robertson made six saves on 11 shots.

Northwood wound up 15-2-3.

Womens soccer

Northwood 7, UM-Fort Kent 0

At West Palm Beach, Fla., Katya Salguero and Emelie Lindstrom scored twice apiece as Northwood eliminated the University of Maine-Fort Kent and earned a berth in the 16-team NAIA Division I Tournament in Daytona Beach, Fla. beginning Dec. 1.

Johanna Andersson, Julia Hassal and Didi Jurman scored the other goals for the 17-2 Lady Seahawks.

Jurman played in goal in the first half and Mia Moeller took over in the second half. Moeller made one save as the two goalkeepers faced three shots.

Kayla Daigle made 10 saves on 38 shots for UMFK, which concluded a 16-4-1 season.

College field hockey

Bowdoin wins championship

At Collegeville, Pa., senior forward Lindsay McNamara scored the winning goal in double-overtime to lift Bowdoin College to its second-straight NCAA Division III Championship Sunday with a 3-2 win over Tufts University.

Bowdoin downed Ursinus 3-2 in the semifinals on Saturday.

In the championship game, Madeleine McQueeney and Shavonne Lord also scored for 19-2 Bowdoin.

In the semifinals, Julia King, McNamara and Katie Herter scored as Bowdoin held onto a 3-1 lead to win.

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