NAIA Div. II Tournament
Morningside 83, UM-Fort Kent 41
Maine 11, Georgetown 7
Maine 1, Sacred Heart 0
SIU Edwardsville 3, Maine 2
At Kissimmee, Fla., Terren Hall stole home on a double steal in the fifth inning as the University of Maine beat Sacred Heart University 1-0 in the first of their two games. Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville snapped Maine’s 10-game win streak with a 3-2 victory over the Black Bears in the second game. In the first game, Cayleigh Montano pitched five scoreless innings, striking out three, and earned the win for Maine. Freshman Ashley Kelley recorded the save by pitching two innings, striking out one. In the second game, Lauren Zembruski doubled and knocked in a run to lead SIU Edwardsville. Lindsay Longfellow singled twice. Alexis Souhlaris singled in the first, homered in the sixth and scored both runs for the Black Bears.
Morningside 83, UM-Fort Kent 41
SIOUX CITY, Iowa — Kristen Violette scored 15 points, but it wasn’t nearly enough as unbeaten and top-ranked Morningside College of Sioux City routed her University of Maine-Fort Kent women’s basketball team 83-41 in Wednesday night’s NAIA Division II National Tournament first-round game.
Autumn Bartel led the 34-0 Morningside Mustangs with 19 points. Erica Luetje was the only other double-digit scorer for the Mustangs with 10 points. Dani Gass led Morningside with seven rebounds and four assists.
The Mustangs outrebounded UMFK 47-43 and outscored the Bengals off the bench 48-6. Morningside’s defense harassed the Bengals, making 25 steals and causing 34 turnovers, which the Mustangs turned into 20 points. Conversely, UMFK had just three points off turnovers, which Morningside committed just 12 of.
Morningside outshot the Bengals 36.1 percent to 30.6 from the field.
Ashley Ames of Dexter, a 6-foot-5 senior and the Sunrise Conference Player of the Year, had a double-double for the 23-6 Bengals with 10 points and 15 rebounds. Violette grabbed nine rebounds for the Bengals, who held their own with 22 points in the paint to Morningside’s 24.
This is the second straight year UMFK has advanced to the NAIA national tourney and fallen to the overall No. 1 seed.
Swimming and Diving
Maine Swimming League
200 medley relay: Jenni Roberts (Sanford), Jessica Hodsdon (Brewer), Kristina Jackson (Falmouth), Adrianne Madden (Fal), Chelsey Curran (MDI), Samantha Couillard (Scarborough), Tara Nitardy (John Bapst), Marley Clark (Foxcroft); 200 free: Kristin Jackson (Fal), Kristen Desrosiers (McAuley), Nora Daley (Cape Elizabeth); 200 IM: Jenni Roberts (San), Mariah Reading (Bangor), Tara Nitardy (JB); 50 free: Adrianne Madden (Fal), Marley Clark (FA), Rosie Wennberg (CE); diving: Ashley Higgins (Ban), Evelyn Perry (Fal), Meghan Rowe (Ban); 100 fly: Kristin Jackson (Fal), Jessica Hodsdon (Brew), Tara Nitardy (JB); 500 free: Nora Daley (CE), Kristen Desrosiers (McAuley), Kaitlyn McKenna (Noble); 200 free relay: Adrianne Madden (Fal), Marley Clark (FA), Nora Daley (CE), Rosie Wennberg (CE), Gaby Cloutier (McAuley), Mamie Clarke (FA), Heather Kraft (CE), Lauren Dwyer (Orono); 100 back: Jenni Roberts (San), Chelsey Curran (MDI), Lindsey Prelgovisk (Messalonskee); 100 breaststroke: Jessica Hodsdon (Brew), Samantha Couillard (Scar), Heather Kraft (CE); 400 free relay: Kristin Jackson (Fal), Jenni Roberts (San), Nora Daly (CE), Rosie Weenberg (CE), Lindsey Prelgovisk (Mess), Kristen Desrosiers (McAuley), Sara Schad (Greely), Chelsey Curran (MDI)
200 medley relay: James Wells (Morse), Ian Carbone (MDI), Joe Moreshead (Cheverus), Kyle Goan (Westbrook), Tylor Wicks (Ban), Ian Nichols (NYA), Keegan Goan (Westbrook), Brian Batson (Ellsworth); 200 free: Brian Batson (Ell), Cal Rhode (Chev), Derek Hawkes (West); 200 IM: Philip Jacques (Brunswick), Ian Carbone (MDI), Joe Moreshead (Chev); 50 free: Kyle Goan (West), E.J. Googins (Deering), Ian Nichols (NYA); diving: Tim Smith (Ban), Kirby Kelly (Orono), Brian McRae (Deering); 100 fly: James Wells (Morse), Joe Moreshead (Chev), Keegan Goan (West); 100 free: Kyle Goan (West), Robert Bickford (Old Town), Nicholas Twomey (Scar); 500 free: Brian Batson (Ell), Derek Hawkes (West), Cal Rhode (Chev); 200 free relay: James Wells (Morse), Kyle Goan (West), E.J. Googins (Deer), Philip Jacques (Brun), Ian Nichols (NYA), Tyler Arndt (Rockland), Tim Brodsky (Edward Little), Robert Bickford (OT); 100 back: James Wells (Morse), Taylor Wicks (Ban), Nicholas Twomey (Scar); 100 breaststroke: Ian Carbone (MDI), Ian Nichols (NYA), Philip Jacques (Brun); 400 free relay: Brian Batson (Ell), Ian Carbone (MDI), Robert Bickford (OT), Cal Rhode (Chev), Nicholas Twomey (Scar), E.J. Googins (Deer), Joey Quinn (Ban), Tim George (Wiscasset)
Christine Beecher (Scar), Hannah Ciechomski (Portland), Marley Clark (FA), Grace Damon (Hampden), Hilary Devine (Orono), Kathryn Goffin (Fal), Jennifer Hale (Waterville), Rachel Hanley (Wiscasset), Jessica Hodsdon (Brew), Kristin Jackson (Fal), Charlotte Kenneway (OT), Carin King (West), Stephanie Lamson (West), Victoria Leach (Kennebunk), Aisling McGrath (Bonny Eagle), Amy Morin (Lewiston), Andrea Nakamura (Brun), Sarah Nickerson (OT), Tara Nitardy (JB), Julie Passarelli (Scar), Phoebe Peckenham (JB), Sarah Peceknham (JB), Belinda Place (Belfast), Lisa Rogers (Mount Ararat), Allison Rolfe (Fal), Tarryn Rourk (MDI), Kelly Smith (West), Mae Speight (MDI), Kelsie Stevens (Wat), Kristen Stogsdill (Fal), Lauren Thompson (Kenn), Michaela Wood (Scar), Eliza Woodcock (Ban), Danielle Wyman (BE), Alyson Yau (MDI)
Nicholas Adriance (West), Christian Ames (Kenn), David Born (West), Michael Breen (MDI), Patrick Breen (MDI), Devin Carrier (Lew), Ben Cline (MDI), Matthew Couillard (Scar), Craig Delisle (Scar), Andrew Desrosiers (JB), Patrick Egenhofer (Orono), Doug Farrell (Ban), Chris Gervais (Chev), Ryan Gilman (OT), Abraham Gladstone (MDI), Kyle Goan (West), Ian Grover (JB), Corey Isherwood (JB), Kalin Lancaster (West), Tyler Lussier (Lew), Joseph Morsehead (Chev), James Moreside (Ban), Cullen O’Brien (MDI), Jarret Odden (Scar), Brian Pearson (Kenn), Jason Priest (OT), Charles Spencer (Scar), Maxwell Timko (MDI), David Tirabasse (Lew), Nicholas Twomey (Scar), Finn Welch (Erskine), Zach Wight (Ell), Greg Yum (BE)