March 28-29 Scores and Highlights

Posted March 29, 2009, at 11:38 p.m.

COLLEGE

BASEBALL

Saturday’s Results

Castleton State 4-2, Husson 2-0

Saint Joseph’s 6-10, Albertus Magnus 4-2

Southern Maine 7-4, Eastern Conn. 1-8

Tufts 3-6, Bates 1-14

Saturday’s Postponements

Maine at Wagner (2), rain

Sunday’s Results

Husson 6-4, Castleton State 3-7

Sunday’s Postponements

Maine at Wagner (2), rain, Mon., 1 p.m.

SOFTBALL

Saturday’s Results

Maine 6, UMBC 4

Rhode Island College 9-12, Southern Maine 2-4

Saint Joseph’s 5-7, Pine Manor 3-2

Trinity 9-4, Bowdoin 1-3

Tufts 9-14, Bates 1-5

U-New England 13-2, Curry 5-12

Sunday’s Results

UMBC 7-5, Maine 4-0

Sunday’s Postponements

Salve Regina at U-New England, Wednesday, 3:30 p.m.

MEN’S LACROSSE

Saturday’s Results

Amherst 11, Bates 7

Eastern Conn. 17, Southern Maine 5

Johnson State 13, Husson 7

Middlebury 15, Colby 10

WOMEN’S LACROSSE

Saturday’s Results

Bates 10, Amherst 4

Framingham State 15, Husson 2

New England College 14, U-New England 13 (2OT)

Westfield State 20, Thomas 1

MEN’S TENNIS

Saturday’s Results

Thomas 8, Johnson State 1

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COLLEGE

BASEBALL

Monks sweep Albertus Magnus

At New Haven, Conn., Saint Joseph’s College swept a doubleheader against Albertus Magnus College on Saturday winning the first game 6-4 and the second 10-2. In the first game, Eric LaBatte had two hits and drove in three runs to propel Saint Joseph’s. Chris Campbell, Ian Lee and Ben Grant-Roy added two hits apiece while Daniel Achorn and Lee each drove in a run. In the second game, Pat Moran and Lee each posted two hits and an RBI to lead the Monks. Achorn hit a two-run double while Grant Roy added an RBI double. Andrew Keirstead pitched four innings giving up no runs on four hits to earn the win.

USM, Eastern Conn. split

At Willimantic, Conn., University of Southern Maine’s Tim Therrian scattered six hits and struck out eight en route to a 7-1 victory over Eastern Connecticut State University in the first game of a Saturday doubleheader. The Huskies dropped the second game 8-4. In the first game, Collin Henry had three hits including a home run to lead Southern Maine. Jordan Berthiaume hit a home run and a single with three RBIs while Ryan Pike added a home run and a double. In the second game, Shawn Gilblair hit a three-run home run in the first inning to spark Eastern Connecticut (14-1). Mike Eaton had two hits including a three-run home run while Chris Burleson added two hits and an RBI for the Huskies (12-2).

Bates, Tufts split

At Medford, Mass., Bates College split a doubleheader with Tufts University on Saturday. Tufts won the opener 3-1 and Bates took a 14-6 win in the nightcap. In the first game, Sam Sager posted two hits and an RBI to pace Tufts. Chris Burke hit two doubles, a single and drove in a run for Bates. In the second game, Gordy Webb tallied two hits including a two-run home run for Bates. Noah Burke, Pat Murphy and Jake Simon added two hits apiece. Chris Burke drove in three runs while Mike Ciummei hit a two-run double.

Rain washes out Black Bears

At Staten Island, N.Y., rains in New York washed out both Saturday’s and Sunday’s scheduled doubleheaders against Wagner College for the University of Maine, so the teams will try to salvage a doubleheader Monday starting at 1 p.m. Maine brings a 12-10 record into Monday’s action.

SOFTBALL

Maine takes 1 of 3 from UMBC

At Baltimore, Md., Stephanie George hit two home runs to lead the University of Maine to victory in the Black Bears’ America East conference-opening game Saturday, but the University of Maryland, Baltimore County came back to sweep Sunday’s softball doubleheader. UMBC won Sunday’s games 7-4 and 5-0. On Saturday, George hit solo shots in the second and fourth innings for three total on the season. Ashley Waters had two singles and scored a run while Alexis Souhlaris tripled and drove in one run for the Black Bears. Souhlaris started the game, but freshman Ashley Kelley of Hermon came on to get the win with 1ª innings of hitless and scoreless relief. Maine scored the winning runs in the top of the seventh via two UMBC errors. Ashley Waters reached base on a fielding error and scored on Terren Hall’s RBI groundout and Kali Burnham came home on another error. Lauren Brummell had a double and a single, Lauren O’Malley had two singles, and Krista Kearns added two singles for University of Maryland, Baltimore County. Kaela Mason hit a solo home run. In Sunday’s first game, Amanda Fefel hit a grand slam in the second inning to spark UMBC. Courtney Gingrich hit a three-run home run for Maine. Burnham had a double and a single while Ashley Waters hit a triple. In the second game, Stephanie Weigman went seven innings in the four-hit shutout for UMBC (20-11). Souhlaris had two hits for the Black Bears (13-11).

St. Joseph’s sweeps Pine Manor

At Chestnut Hill, Mass., Emily Leverone tallied seven hits and two RBIs as Saint Joseph’s swept a doubleheader against Pine Manor College on Saturday. Saint Joseph’s won the first game 5-3 and the second game 7-2. In the first game, Leverone had three hits and drove in a run for the Monks. Anna Willis added three hits while Alyssa Dunn had a two-run double. Madylan Kluna pitched seven innings giving up three runs on four hits to earn the win. In the second game, Leverone hit a home run, a double and two singles to spark Saint Joseph’s. Dunn posted three hits while Liddy van der Linden doubled and singled with three RBIs.

Tufts sweeps Bates

At Medford, Mass., Tufts University remained unbeaten for the season with a doubleheader sweep of Bates College, 9-1 and 14-15 on Saturday. In the first game, Lauren Gelmetti pitched five innings allowing one run on three hits to earn the victory for Tufts. Stacia Saniuk hit a solo home run for Bates. In the second game, Lena Cantone had three hits and three RBIs to lead Tufts (15-0). Monica Berube and Leah Citrin tallied two hits apiece while Karen Ullmann, Val Beckwith and Katherine Buckley each drove in a run for the Bobcats (2-9).

Trinity sweeps Bowdoin

At Hartford, Conn., Katherine Poulos pitched 12 total innings and allowed just one unearned run to lead Trinity College to a doubleheader sweep of Bowdoin on Saturday. The Polar Bears lost the first game 9-1 and the second 4-3. In the first game, Jessica Tait registered two doubles, two runs and two RBIs to pace Trinity. In the second game, Melanie Orphanos drove in the game-winning run for Trinity (9-7) on a single in the bottom of the ninth inning. Shavonne Lord hit an RBI double and a single while Caroline Dewar added two hits for Bowdoin (12-7).

RIC sweeps Southern Maine

At Providence, R.I., Rhode Island College pounded out 29 hits over two games to sweep the University of Southern Maine in a doubleheader on Saturday. The Huskies dropped the first game 9-2 and the second game 12-4. In the first game, Michelle Perrin posted four hits and drove in three runs to lead Rhode Island College. Anita Dixon hit a two-run home run while Sarah Cusack, Lauren DiCecco and Molly Hopkins each hit a double. In the second game, Kayla Jandreau tallied four hits and three RBIs for Rhode Island College (16-2). DiCecco drove in two runs while Dixon drove in one for the Huskies (1-13).

MEN’S LACROSSE

Johnson State 13, Husson 7

At Bangor Saturday, Johnson State College jumped out to a 6-2 lead and Erik Tilberg scored seven goals to lead the Badgers past Husson University. Billy Noyes scored three goals and assisted on four others to pace the 1-1 Badgers. Branden Sawyer made 11 saves on 38 shots. Ben Landry led the 1-1 Eagles with three goals and one assist. Anthony Diaz had two goals and one assist. Nick Brown had a goal and an assist as Matt Linnell saved 15 of 40 shots.

WOMEN’S LACROSSE

Framingham State 15, Husson 2

At Bangor Saturday, the Framingham State College Rams charged out to a 6-0 lead and Kerry Kiley finished with six goals to lead the Rams past the Eagles. Ashley Noonan and Stephanie Corrales each scored four goals. Corrales also assisted on one for the 2-1 Rams. Allesha Kenyan saved four of 13 shots. Shelby Bradford of Kenduskeag had one goal and one assist for the 0-2 Eagles. Tammy Arsenault scored the other goal for Husson. Stephanie Perry saved 14 of 37 shots.

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CANOE RACING

ST. GEORGE RIVER RACE

At Searsmont

1. Fred Ludwig (Houlton) 41:12, 2. Ray Wirth (Belfast) 42:55, 3. Ryan Linehan (Westport) 43:32, 4. Aaron Cross (Norridgewock), Dan Wagner (Belfast) 45:09, 5. Mark Ranco (Carmel), Bill Deighan (Newburgh) 46:22, 6. Bob Martin (Dedham), Richy Bartlett (Newburgh) 46:35, 7. Justin Wardwell (Holden), Clayton Cole (Corinth) 46:54, 8. Maber Cronkite (Etna), Tom Cronkite (Etna) 47:00, 9. Matt Morin (Orrington), Gary Martin (Hampden) 47:55, 10. Mark Johnston (Sanford), John Scofield (Glenburn) 47:59, 11. Justin Varney (Belfast) 48:19, 12. Bronwyn Peirson, Chip Loring (Old Town) 49:02, 13. Cheryl Levin (Warren), Matthew Levin (Warren) 49:15, 14. Christopher Deane (Canaan), John Goulet (Bradford) 49:35, 15. Alivia Moore (Old Town), Bob Hessler (Ellsworth) 49:41, 16. Jeff Wahlstrom (Bangor), Brad Coffey (Bangor) 49:41, 17. Mark Bamford (Bucksport) 49:52, 18. Dan Flammini (Winterport), Jason Cross (Winterport) 49:55, Mark West (Bowdoinham), Michael Sprowl (Brownville) 49:55, 20. J.D. Burke (Newburgh) 50:21, 21. Brad Krog (Bowdoin), Dawn Krog (Bowdoin) 50:31, 22. Brad Rand (Brewer) 50:33, 23. Tammy Kelley (Lamoine), Ander Thebaud (Mt. Desert) 50:41, 24. Larry Merrill (Orrington) 50:43, 25. Leslie Winchester (Bangor), Greg Dorr (Bangor) 50:48

Century Racing: 1. Mark Ranco (Carmel), Bill Deighan (Newburgh) 46:22, 2. Bob Martin (Dedham), Richy Bartlett (Newburgh) 46:35, 3. Dan Merrill (Stockton Springs), Al Beeson (Bucksport) 54:03; Century Rec: 1. Maber Cronkite (Etna), Tom Cronkite (Etna) 47:00, 2. Dave Lee (Hancock), Bill Smith (Lamoine) 51:00, 3. John Lightner (Belfast), Hughes Kraft (Cape Elizabeth) 56:02, 4. Rick O’Donald (Newburgh), Paul Brown (Swanville) 56:16; College: 1. Dan Flammini (Winterport), Jason Cross (Winterport) 49:55, 2. Nick Lunt (Old Town), Addie Stambaugh (Old Town) 52:39; High School: 1. Brian Kelley (Brewer), Chris Shedd (Brewer) 53:15, 2. Laurie Hamilton (Orono), Karl Koehler (Orono) 59:33; Kayak: 1. Fred Ludwig (Houlton) 41:12, 2. Ray Wirth (Belfast) 42:55, 3. Ryan Linehan (Westport) 43:32, 4. Justin Varney (Belfast) 48:19, 5. Dan Baumert (Levant) 51:39; KS: 1. Mark Bamford (Bucksport) 49:52, 2. Brad Rand (Brewer) 50:33, 3. Larry Merrill (Orrington) 50:43, 4. John Carter (Surry) 51:05, 5. Brian Foley (Orono) 51:30; KW: 1. Leslie Gregory (Swanville) 57:49, 2. Heather Lyons (Winterport) 1:10:24; OC1: 1. J.D. Burke (Newburgh) 50:21, 2. Bob Mitchell (Buxton) 55:42, 3. David Stearns (Blue Hill) 56:30; OC1Rec: 1. Joe Dana (Old Town) 51:10, 2. Mark Rosborough (Ellsworth) 51:42, 3. Mark Dierckes (Hope) 53:38, 4. Shane Whitcomb (Swanville) 56:56, 5. Bob Winslow (Belfast) 58:22; OC2 Jr/Sr 12&under: 1. Richard Heath (Gardiner), Adrian Heath (Gardiner) 52:02, 2. Matt Dingle (Carmel), Max Dingle (Carmel) 52:18, 3. Andrew Cross (Morrill), Don Cross (Morrill) 56:47, 4. Aaron Winslow (Belmont), Jackson Winslow (Belmont) 57:09; OC2 Jr/Sr 13&over: 1. Christopher Deane (Canaan), John Goulet (Bradford) 49:35, 2. Bucky Owen (Orono), Ryan Vienneau (Old Town) 51:18, 3. Greg Shute (Alna), Kyle Shute (Alna) 54:13, 4. Paul Robinson (Orono), Jeff Owen (Orono) 56:36, 5. Brady Osnoe, Tom Moriarty 1:02:51; OC2M: 1. Mike Kelley (Carmel), Tyler Kelley (Carmel) 50:50; OC2Mix Rec: 1. Bronwyn Peirson, Chip Loring (Old Town) 49:02, 2. Cheryl Levin (Warren), Matthew Levin (Warren) 49:15, 3. Alivia Moore (Old Town), Bob Hessler (Ellsworth) 49:41, 4. Leslie Winchester (Bangor), Greg Dorr (Bangor) 50:48, 5. Doug Glover (Gardiner), Faith Glover (Gardiner) 52:41; OC2Mixed: 1. Sandra Mitchell (Buxton), Terry Wescott (Thorndike) 53:17, 2. Anne Davison (Orono), Gary Brooks (Dixmont) 57:43; OC2RM: 1. Aaron Cross (Norridgewock), Dan Wagner (Belfast) 45:09, 2. Justin Wardwell (Holden), Clayton Cole (Corinth) 46:54, 3. Matt Morin (Orrington), Gary Martin (Hampden) 47:55, 4. Mark Johnston (Sanford), John Scofield (Glenburn) 47:59, 5. Jeff Wahlstrom (Bangor), Brad Coffey (Bangor) 49:41; OC2RS: 1. Brad Krog (Bowdoin), Dawn Krog (Bowdoin) 50:31, 2. Brian Battista (Parsonsfield), John Bragdon (Denmark) 50:50, 3. Philippi Guillerm (Rockland), Charles Weidman (Camden) 52:53, 4. Ryan Lister (Belfast), Jim Vaughn (Bangor) 57:32, 5. James Walker (Camden), Tim Woodworth (Rockport) 1:00:24; OC2W: 1. Tammy Kelley (Lamoine), Ander Thebaud (Mt. Desert) 50:41, 2. Stacy Linehan (Westport), Jenn Barton (Wiscasset) 57:27, 3. Lisa Bates (Belfast), Tiffany Bates (Sidney) 1:01:24, 4. Laura Berry (Belfast), Helen Berry (Belfast) 1:17:34; OC2WW: 1. Jeff Dick (Newcastle), Kevin Roux (Alna) 52:47, 2. Logan Feeney (Knox), Jeremy McCormick (Bangor) 52:59, 3. Gretchen Scott (Lincolnville), Cam Lewis (Lincolnville) 53:08, 4. Mike Britton (Harwich Port, Mass.), John Berglund (Tenants Harbor) 53:08, 5. Ronald Mcleod (Appleton), Gary Paul (Waldoboro) 57:28

POWERLIFTING

MAINE GAMES

State Championships

At Brewer Auditorium

Male

Youth (13-under) — 97 pounds: Troy Dunphy (North Anson) 127 squat-77 bench-171 deadlift—375 total; Kirk Small 105-55-148—308 (silver medal); 114: Wyatt Nelson (North Anson) 127-82-187—396; 132: Garrett Allen (Hampden) 204-100-220—524; 198: Joseph Cretien (Hudson) 275-209-320—824

Teen (16-17) — 165: Harrison Haiden (Newburgh) 325-331-352—1,008; 181: Andrew Kay (Patten) 314-209-441—964, Zackery Carle (Calais) 259-227-319—805; 18-19 — 198: Marshall Davis (Patten) 303-231-402—936; 220: Zane Brown (Solon) 242-165-342—749

Junior (20-23) — 148: Brandon Kingsbury (Brewer) 408-275-408—1091; 165: Justin Upton (Verona Island) 303-248-336—887

Submaster (35-39) — 198: Zachery Daniels (Buxton) 369-303-446—1118, Jeff Desjardins (Hampden) 385-292-424—1101; 242: Travis Adams 650-424-722—1796

Master (45-49) — 198: Russell Cretien (Hudson) 419-369-364—1152; 220: Michael Phillips 275-275-408—958

Grandmaster (50-59) — 220: Eric Erskine (Sidney) 462-292-524—1278, David Call 314-231-430—975; 275: Greg DuMontheir (Williamsburg Township) 364-259-441—1064

Goldenmaster (60-over) — 181: Tom Stewart (Calais) 380-231-452—1063; 275: Jon Gale (North Waterboro) 358-242-375—975

Men’s Open — 132: Allen 524; 181: Dave Claroni 402-331-501—1234, Paul Dosen (Bangor) 501-270-441—1212, Michael Erskine (Portland) 402-265-501—1168; 198: Kyle Johnson 535-407-551—1493, Zachery Daniels 1101; 220: Eric Zammitt 391-314-480—1185; 242: Travis Adams 1796; 275: Rob Meulenberg (Orono) 832-391-688—1911 (best overall lifter)

Female

Teen (16-17) — 165: Randi Kaplan (Embden) 265-176-336—777; 198: Autumn Pluntke (Solon) 248-160-325—733

Master (45-49) — 123: Mary Lavanway (Hampden) 242-160-287—689

Open — 123: Lavanway 689; 148: Judi Dunphy (North Anson) 292-165-386—843 (best overall lifter), Kim Preston 375-143-265—783; 165: Kaplan 777

Friday (bench press only)

Teen (16-17) — 165: Benjamin Pagels (Calais) 215; 220: Aaron Lane (Anson) 342; 275: Caleb O’Donald (Newburgh) 402; (18-19) — 198: Zachari Newman (Baring Plantation) 231

Submaster (35-39) — 198: Tom Placella (Glenburn) 331; 220: Chris Martin 397; 242: Seth Reardon (Orrington) 281

Master (40-44) — 148: Kevin Pitras (Old Town) 242; 220: Michael Bazinet (Bangor) 480; 242: Matt Guernsey (Bangor) 419; 275: Timothy Verrill (Hermon) 364; 275 plus: Greg Guernsey (Bangor) 524; (45-49) — 198: Tim Bernard (Bangor) 209; 220: Roger Haller (Hermon) 292

Grandmaster (50-59) — 220: Bob Burnham (Glenburn) 347, Gaelen Saucier (Bangor) 182; 242: Dale Reynolds 287

Goldenmaster (60-over) — 242: Larry Reynolds 303

Paralympic — 220: Saucier 182; 242: Reardon 303

Men’s open — 181: Dave Claroni 331; 220: Michael Bazinet 480; 242: Ben Smith (Bangor) 402; 275: Greg Curatola (Buxton) 551 (best bencher overall)

COLLEGE

TRACK & FIELD

At Beckett Family Complex,

UMaine, Orono

New Hampshire men 101, Maine 67

Scorers — Hammer Throw: 1, Jeffrey Kaste, UNH, 183-02. 2, Reed Liset, UNH, 181-02. 3, Connor Tarr, ME, 143-09; Long Jump: 1, Frank Radlof, UNH, 21-08.75. 2, Trevor England, ME, 21-04.25. 3, Andrew Horner, ME, 21-00.75. 4, Tyrone Stewart, UNH, 20-01; Triple Jump: 1, Trevor England, ME, 44-00; Shot Put: 1, Brice Paey, UNH, 56-09.25. 2, Jeffrey Kaste, UNH, 50-03.50. 3, Donald Clark, ME, 44-08. 4, Toby Poirier, ME, 41-10.50; Pole Vault: 1, Mark Liimakka, ME, 14-11.50. 2, David Dreyer, UNH, 14-05.50. 3, John Donaghy, UNH, 12-06; High Jump: 1, Anders Nordquist, UNH, 6-02. 2, Frank Radlof, UNH, 5-10; Javelin: 1, Mike Simon, UNH, 217-07. 2, Toby Poirier, ME, 193-03. 3, Chris Morgan, UNH, 190-11. 4, Connor Tarr, ME, 112-11; Discus: 1, Reed Liset, UNH, 155-11. 2, Jeffrey Kaste, UNH, 136-07. 3, Connor Tarr, ME, 34.83m, (114-03. 4, Donald Clark, ME, 96-08; 1500: 1, Miles Bartlett, ME, 3:59.17. 2, Wesley Dinnan, UNH, 4:01.45. 3, Alex Beaulieu, UNH, 4:08.03. 4, Brendan Carr, ME, 4:13.49; 110 Hurdles: 1, Renrick Pesce, UNH, 17.52. 2, Brian Martel, ME, 17.53. 3, Anders Nordquist, UNH, 20.29; 400: 1, Travis Cook, ME, 49.29. 2, William Godfrey, UNH, 50.13. 3, Brian Martel, ME, 51.26. 4, Kyle Storey, UNH, 53.21; 100: 1, Landis Williams, ME, 11.26. 2, William Brehm, UNH, 11.42. 3, Spencer Shaw, UNH, 11.45. 4, Andrew Horner, ME, 11.90; 800: 1, Joshua Kearns, UNH, 1:55.34. 2, Daniel Voner, ME, 1:57.44. 3, Wesley Dinnan, UNH, 2:01.39. 4, Patrick McMahon, ME, 2:03.54; 400 Hurdles: 1, Alexander MacLeod, UNH, 56.61. 2, Jeremy Wood, ME, 59.67. 3, Renrick Pesce, UNH, 1:05.46; 200: 1, William Brehm, UNH, 22.80. 2, Spencer Shaw, UNH, 23.22; 5000: 1, Riley Masters, ME, 14:34.81 (UM RECORD). 2, Christopher Harmon, ME, 15:31.34. 3, J. Wesley Moseman, UNH, 15:36.37. 4, Michael Peabody, UNH, 16:13.97; 4×400 Relay: 1, New Hampshire ‘A’ (Sean Mitchell, Alexander MacLeod, William Godfrey, William Brehm 3:22.26. 2, Maine ‘A’ 3:27.95.

Maine women 100.5, New Hampshire 86.5

Scorers — Hammer Throw: 1, Rebecca Even, ME, 175-02 (UM RECORD). 2, Ashlee Lathrop, UNH, 155-11. 3, Erica Desroches, UNH, 141-09. 4, Maegan Burke, ME, 113-07; Long Jump: 1, Kaitlyn Dugan, UNH, 16-11.50. 2, Meghan McGrath, UNH, 16-10.75. 3, Lital Pilosof, ME, 15-09.75. 4, Angela Stakus, ME, 15-06.75; Triple Jump: 1, Amanda Hutchins, UNH, 34-07.50. 2, Caleigh Moran, UNH, 33-04.50; Shot Put: 1, Maegan Burke, ME, 40-04. 2, Erica Desroches, UNH, 39-01.25. 3, Rebecca Even, ME, 10.63m. 4, Sarah Crane, UNH, 33-10.25; Pole Vault: 1, Heather Jackson, ME, 8-11.75. 2, Megan Ronan, UNH, 8-04.75. 3, Sarah Lockhart, ME, 8-00; High Jump: 1, Katherine McGeoghan, ME, 5-02. 2, Kimberley Allen, UNH, 5-00. 3, Kaitlyn Dugan, UNH, 4-10. 3, Eva Bradford, ME, 4-10; Javelin: 1, Jessica Bond, ME, 131-07. 2, Laura Stern, UNH, 130-00. 3, Alli Krous, ME, 129-02. 4, Kelly Thomas, UNH, 92-11; Discus: 1, Ashlee Lathrop, UNH, 121-10. 2, Maegan Burke, ME, 115-03. 3, Sarah Crane, UNH, 112-02. 4, Katy Grime, ME, 97-10; 4×100 Relay: 1, Maine ‘A’ (Jesse Labreck, Shaniqua Burgess, Vicki Tolton, Allyson Howatt, 47.42 (UM RECORD). 2, New Hampshire ‘A’ 49.81; 1500: 1, Corey Conner, ME, 4:38.07. 2, Allison Letourneau, UNH, 4:43.67. 3, Stephanie Jette, ME, 4:46.28. 4, Carolyn Durfee, UNH, 5:02.07; 100 Hurdles: 1, Jesse Labreck, ME, 14.75. 2, Tayla Ryan, UNH, 15.84. 3, Katherine McGeoghan, ME, 16.49. 4, Megan Donohue, UNH, 16.69; 400: 1, Courtney Prescott, UNH, 59.95. 2, Tracy Howell, UNH, 1:00.28. 3, Jennifer Pierpont, ME, 1:01.55. 4, Kelsey Bilouris, ME, 1:01.60; 100: 1, Allyson Howatt, ME, 12.40. 2, Sarah Hall, UNH, 12.96. 3, Kristina Brennan, UNH, 13.54; 800: 1, Vanessa Letourneau, ME, 2:18.47. 2, Jennifer Lucy, ME, 2:19.77. 3, Claire Ciabotti, UNH, 2:21.57. 4, Elizabeth Morrissey, UNH, 2:32.29; 400 Hurdles: 1, Vicki Tolton, ME, 1:01.72. 2, Megan Donohue, UNH, 1:06.59. 3, Tayla Ryan, UNH, 1:09.76. 4, Katherine McGeoghan, ME, 1:14.03; 200: 1, Shaniqua Burgess, ME, 26.26. 2, Sarah Hall, UNH, 26.52. 3, Chelsey Canavan, UNH, 27.51. 4, Eva Bradford, ME, 28.56; 5000: 1, Jordan Daniel, ME, 18:06.86. 2, Allison Conner, ME, 18:20.77. 3, Katherine Chwasciak, UNH, 19:40.23. 4, Amanda Ruslias, UNH, 19:52.47; 4×400 Relay: 1, Maine ‘A’ (Jennifer Pierpont, Jesse Labreck, Vanessa Letourneau, Kelsey Bilouris 3:59.24. 2, New Hampshire ‘A’ 4:07.25.

At Medford, Mass.

Tufts Snowflake Meet

RPI men 141, Bates 132.5, Tufts 104.5, Boston University 94, Southern Maine 88.5, Vermont 68.5, Conn. College 43, GBTC 36, Wheaton (Mass.) 30, Emmanuel 19, Babson 5, Roxbury CC 4, Gordon 3

Boston University women 181, Tufts 149.5, Bates 98, RPI 77.5, Boston College 60, Vermont 58.5, GBTC 28, Wheaton (Mass.) 26, Conn. College 23, Roxbury CC 14, Gordon 12.5, Emmanuel 8, Salem State 8, Southern Maine 6, Babson 4, Northern Essex CC 2

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