April 4-5 Scores and Highlights

Bangor Daily News
Posted April 05, 2009, at 10:13 p.m.

COLLEGE

BASEBALL

Saturday’s Results

Colby 4, Bates 3

Husson 11-10, Lyndon State 1-1

Maine 17-14, Iona 12-4

Saint Joseph’s 25-29, Rivier 1-0

UM-Presque Isle 26-30, College of St. Joseph’s 4-0

Saturday’s Postponements

Southern Maine at Western Connecticut State (2), no date

UM-Farmington at Castleton (2), Monday, 2 p.m.

Sunday’s Results

Bates 11-13, Colby 3-7

Husson 6-20, Lyndon State 5-1

Maine 11, Iona 0

Saint Joseph’s 18-21, Lasell 0-3

Southern Maine 14, Wheaton 3

UM-Presque Isle 10-23, College of St. Joseph’s 1-0

SOFTBALL

Saturday’s Results

Nichols 7-6, U-New England 5-1

Saint Joseph’s 2-2, Rivier 1-1

Stony Brook 4-13, Maine 1-6

Saturday’s Postponements

Western Connecticut at Southern Maine (2), no date

Sunday’s Results

Bates 10-5, UM-Farmington 0-8

Colby 11-1, Southern Maine 0-3

Endicott 15-8, U-New England 6-6

Maine 2, Stony Brook 0

MEN’S LACROSSE

Saturday’s Results

Bates 9, Connecticut College 7

Becker 10, Husson 9

Castleton State 13, Maine Maritime 11

Johnson State 14, Thomas 5

Mount St. Vincent 21, Saint Joseph’s 7

Wesleyan 11, Colby 3

Sunday’s Results

Salve Regina 8, U-New England 4

So. Maine 14, Western Conn. 12

WOMEN’S LACROSSE

Saturday’s Results

Bates 10, Connecticut College 9

Castleton 21, Thomas 1

Colby 17, Wesleyan 12

Husson 19, Regis 9

Green Mountain 13, UM-Farmington 5

Saint Joseph’s 16, Mount St. Vincent 6

Southern Maine 16, Western Conn. 14

Sunday’s Results

Castleton 20, UM-Farmington 2

Green Mountain 18, Thomas 7

U-New England 19, Salve Regina 8

MEN’S TENNIS

Sunday’s Results

Bates 8, Conn. College 1

UMass Dartmouth 8, Southern Maine 1

WOMEN’S TENNIS

Sunday’s Results

Bates 7, Conn. College 2

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COLLEGE

BASEBALL

UMPI sweeps four games

At Hyannis, Mass., Tyler Delaney went 18-for-20 as the University of Maine-Presque Isle swept four games from the College of Saint Joseph (Vt.) over the weekend. On Saturday, the Owls won 26-4 and 30-0 and on Sunday they prevailed 10-1 and 23-0. In Saturday’s first game, Delaney had four hits including a home run and six RBIs for UMPI. A.J. Pennartz added two home runs, a double and five RBIs. In Saturday’s second game, Brandon Boulware pitched a one-hit shutout to earn the win for the Owls. Delaney tallied six hits including a home run, a triple, a double and four RBIs while Pennartz had a home run and a double with three RBIs. In Sunday’s first game, Corey Harding tossed a complete game for UMPI, allowing one run on two hits with eight strikeouts. Delaney posted three triples, a single and two RBIs. In Sunday’s second game, the Owls erupted with 15 runs in the third inning en route to the win. D.J. Charette and Delaney each hit a double and three singles.

Colby 4, Bates 3

At Waterville, Richard Newton drove in the eventual game-winning run in the three-run third inning as Colby edged Bates on Saturday. Craig Cooper doubled and singled while John LaMantia and Kyle McKay each added a double for the Mules. Gordy Webb paced Bates with a double and three singles. Paul Chiampa hit three singles while Noah Burke added two singles.

Monks sweep Rivier, Lasell

At Standish, Saint Joseph’s scored a program-record 54 runs in a sweep of Rivier College on Saturday and collected 39 runs in a sweep of Lasell on Sunday. On Saturday, the Monks won the first game 25-1 and the second game 29-0. On Sunday, they took the first game 18-0 and completed the sweep with a 21-3 win. In Saturday’s first game, Stephan Gorsun, Travis Adams and Michael Burdin each tallied three hits to lead the Monks. Daniel Brown had two hits while Ben Grant-Roy and Craig Woodbrey each had a hit an three RBIs. In Saturday’s second game, Michael Burdin hit for the cycle and drove in six runs for Saint Joseph’s. Ian Lee had three hits and five RBIs while Justin Frechette and Gorsun posted three hits apiece. In Sunday’s first game, Lee posted three hits and two RBIs to spark the Monks. Grant-Roy added three hits while Pat Moran hit a home run and drove in four runs. In Sunday’s second game, Moran earned the win for Saint Joseph’s allowing two runs on seven hits. Eric LaBatte and Michael Burdin each had three hits and an RBI.

Southern Maine 14, Wheaton 3

At Norton, Mass., Jordan Berthiaume had four hits and drove in three runs to spark the University of Southern Maine by Wheaton College on Sunday. Ryan Gaffney had a double and two singles with three RBIs while Mike Eaton doubled and singled with three RBIs. Ryan Pike added two doubles and an RBI for the Huskies of Gorham. Paul Malaguti had three hits to pace Wheaton.

Bates sweeps Colby

At Lewiston Sunday, former Bangor High catcher Gordy Webb went 5-for-8 with two doubles, a home run, and four RBIs to lead the Bates Bobcats to a doubleheader sweep of Colby College of Waterville. In the first game, Mike Ciummei hit a three-run homer and an RBI double to pace the Bobcats. Matt Devin singled twice and Paul Chiampa notched a complete-game win. Ken Kaufman hit a double and a single for the Mules. In the second game, Kelvin Gutierrez hit a three-run homer and singled for four RBIs as the Bobcats again triumphed. Craig Cooper hit a three-run homer for the Mules and singled for four total RBIs. John LaMantia hit four singles.

SOFTBALL

Saint Joseph’s wins two

At Standish, Saint Joseph’s College earned a pair of 2-1 victories over Rivier College on Saturday. In the first game, Kiera Walsh collected the win, tossing seven innings while allowing one earned run on four hits. Alyssa Dunn and Jillian Kimball each hit an RBI single for the Monks. In the second game, Dunn drove in the winning run in the bottom of the eighth inning for Saint Joseph’s. Leverone doubled and singled with an RBI while Anna Willis had two singles.

Bates, UMF split

At Lewiston Sunday, Kristin Finn pitched a five-inning no-hitter to power Bates to a 10-0 win over UMaine-Farmington in the first game while the Beavers came back to take the second game 8-5. In the first game, Finn recorded four strikeouts while walking only two, while Stacia Saniuk hit a two-run homer in the first inning and later added an RBI groundout. Lauren Dobish had two doubles and two runs scored and Katherine Buckley posted a double, single and two RBIs for the Bobcats. In the second game, the Beavers plated four fourth-inning runs, all unearned, to earn the split. Jessica Timmreck, Erin Porter, Mckell Barnes, Emily Coye, Casandra Dyer and Whitney Page each had two singles for UMF. Coye and Page each knocked in two runs. Leah Curtin led Bates with two singles and an RBI while Saniuk added a pair of singles.

Colby, Southern Maine split

At Waterville, Colby College and the University of Southern Maine split a doubleheader on Sunday. The Mules took the first game 11-0 while the Huskies avoided the sweep with a 3-1 win in the nightcap. In the opener, Brittany Tasi allowed three hits in four innings to earn the win for Colby. Barbara Santos and Carlie Minichino each hit a home run. Sarah Cusack had a double for Southern Maine. In the nightcap, Molly Hopkins hit two doubles and drove in two runs for the Huskies. Jessica Hayden and Laura Leger added two hits apiece. Alyssa Lepore had a double while Minichino hit an RBI single for the Mules.

MEN’S LACROSSE

Castleton State 13, Maine Maritime 11

At Castine, Ryan Bartlett’s four goals powered Castleton State past Maine Maritime on Saturday. Craig MacDerment, Michael Martinez and Derek Riley added two goals and Kevin McCarthy two assists for the 4-3 Spartans. Michael Mamunes had 16 saves on 46 shots. Andrew DiSalvo led the 4-1 Mariners with three goals and two assists while Wade Mondoux had three goals and Todd Murphy two plus an assist. Daniel Redmond had six saves on 29 shots.

Becker 10, Husson 9

At Bangor Saturday, Josh Fask’s goal with 41 seconds left in regulation lifted Becker College to the win. Fask and Jay Ahern had three goals apiece while Jon Nessen added two more and three assists for 6-1 Becker. Alec Abrahamson’s goal with 1:17 to play tied the match. John Malcolm and Chris Karlson combined for nine saves on 47 shots. Anthony Diaz, Nick Brown, Sam Smith and Kyle Dwyer each had two goals and one assist for 3-4 Husson while Chris Lloyd added a goal. Matt Linnell had 10 saves on 35 shots.

WOMEN’S LACROSSE

Husson 19, Regis 9

At Bangor Saturday, Shelby Bradford netted five goals as Husson earned the first win in program history. Caitlyn Butterfield, Ashley Cyr and Jami Ladd had three goals apiece for the 1-3 Eagles, with Butterfield picking up two assists. Caitlin Ramsey contributed two goals while Nikki Burns had six saves on 14 shots. Allison Curran had four goals and Desiree Cyr added three more for 0-6 Regis. Maria Pino stopped 12 of 47 shots.

Green Mountain 13, UM-Farmington 5

At Poultney, Vt., on Saturday, Amanda Malkin had six goals plus an assist to lead Green Mountain past UMaine-Farmington. Amanda Jeffers added two goals and two assists for the 3-3 winners while Kelsy Allan had 18 saves. Kara Hudson’s four goals paced 0-2 UMaine-Farmington.

Castleton 20, UM-Farmington 2

At Castleton, Vt., Nicole Adams tallied five goals and four assists Sunday to lead Castleton State College by UMaine-Farmington. Francesca Mazzola and Rebecca Duszak combined for four saves for 7-1 Castleton. Kaeleigh Barker and Amie Daniels each scored a goal for the 0-3 Beavers. Ashley Wentworth and Andrea Knox combined to make seven saves.

Green Mountain 18, Thomas 7

At Poultney, Vt., Amanda Malkin and Amanda Jeffers scored six goals apiece to power Green Mountain College by Thomas on Sunday. Kelsy Allan stopped 13 of 23 shots for 4-3 Green Mountain. Megan Denby netted four goals to pace 0-5 Thomas.

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CANOE RACING

PASSAGASSAWAKEAG RIVER RACE

At Waldo

1. Ray Wirth (Belfast) 39:04, 2. Mark Ranco (Carmel), Chris Francis (Levant) 40:06, 3. Aaron Cross (Norridgewock), Dan Wagner (Belfast) 40:23, 4. Bryan McCarthy (Hope) 40:45, 5. Matt Dingle (Carmel), J.D. Burke (Newburgh) 41:13, 6. Greg McMorrow (Thorndike), Bill Anderson (Morrill) 41:29, 7. William Lunt (Tenants Harbor), Nicholas Lunt (Tenants Harbor) 41:44, 8. Alan Paradise (Pittsfield, NH), Priscilla Reinertsen (Contoocook, NH) 41:58, 9. Dick Kelley (Brewer), Brian Kelley (Brewer) 42:44, 10. Rick O’Donald (Newburgh), Paul Brown (Swanville) 42:48, 11. Chip Loring (Old Town), Ander Thibaud (Somesville) 42:52, 12. Paula Lunt (Tenants Harbor) 43:34, 13. Christopher Deane (Canaan), John Goulet (Bradford) 43:37, 14. Greg Dorr (Bangor), Dan Littlefield (Waldo) 43:39, 15. Graham Clark (Frankfort), Shane Whitcomb (Swanville) 43:39, 16. James Mabee (Bangor) 43:59, 17. Bob Hessler (Ellsworth), DW Smith (Lamoine) 44:09, 18. Mike Kelley (Carmel), Tyler Kelley (Carmel) 44:25, 19. Brad Coffey (Bangor), Jeff Wahlstrom (Bangor) 44:36, 20. Mike Sproul (Brownville), Peter Blood (Houlton) 44:38

TRACK & FIELD

COLLEGE

At Durham, N.H.

Wildcats Invitational

New Hampshire women 199, Maine 196, Holy Cross 194, Colby-Sawyer 34

Maine scorers, 200: 2. Lindsay Burlock, 25.77. 4. Shaniqua Burgess, 26.27. 7. Jillian O’Brien, 26.85. 400: 1. Allyson Howatt, 57.65. 8. Jennifer Pierpont, 1:02.61. 10. Kelsey Bilouris, 1:03.94. 800: 3. Stephanie Jette, 2:18.68. 4. Corey Conner, 2:18.90. 9. Jasmine Clarke, 2:25.44. 1,500: 1. Vanessa Letourneau, 4:48.44. 2. Jennifer Lucy, 4:54.64. 5. Hilary Maxim, 4:58.96. 5,000: 2. Jordan Daniel, 18:13.02. 3. Allison Conner, 18:14.27. 4. Brenna Walsh, 18:19.53. 100 Hurdles: 4. Katherine McGeoghan, 16.19. 5. Eva Bradford, 16.37. 6. Angela Stakus, 16.51. 400 Hurdles: 1. Vicki Tolton, 1:02.24. 4×100 Relay: 1. Maine, 47.54. 4×400 Relay: 1. Maine, 4:04.92. High Jump: 1. Jesse Labreck, 5-05.75. 3. Katherine McGeoghan, 5-03.75. 9. Sarah Lockhart, 4-07.75. Pole Vault: 2. Heather Jackson, 9-00.25. 4. Sarah Lockhart, 8-00.50. Long Jump: 3. Tanya Simard, 16-09.25. 9. Eva Bradford, 14-08.50. Triple Jump: 1. Jesse Labreck, 39-03. 4. Tanya Simard, 35-07.25. Shot Put: 1. Maegan Burke, 40-08.25. 7. Rebecca Even, 34-00.75. 8. Rylee Rawcliffe, 33-05.25. Discus: 4. Maegan Burke, 113-08. 11. Katelyn Straw, 91-07. 12. Katy Grime, 90-07. Hammer: 1. Rebecca Even, 159-11. 4. Sarah Hodgins, 136-10. 14. Maegan Burke, 113-01. Javelin: 6. Rossi Brown, 99-02. 8. Rylee Rawcliffe, 98-05. 12. Katy Grime, 73-11.

New Hampshire men 234, Holy Cross 124, Maine 123, Colby-Sawyer 104

Maine scorers, 100: 5. Andrew Horner, 11.27. 400: 2. Travis Cook, 50.34. 4, Kurt Thibeault, 52.57. 5. Patrick, McMahon, 53.05. 800: 2. Dan Voner, 1:59.24. 5. Brian Martel, 2:04.64. 10. Stephen Morissette, 2:09.99. 5,000: 3. Corey Bean, 15:43.59. 4. Christopher Harmon, 15:51.39. 5. David Currier, 15:55.21. 400 Hurdles: 2. Jeremy Wood, 59.18. 3,000 Steeplechase: 1. Miles Bartlett, 9:45.92. 3. Christopher McGary, 10:38.48. 6. Brendan Carr, 11:23.49. 4×400 Relay: 2. Maine, 3:34.13. Pole Vault: 1. Mark Liimakka, 14-11. 2. James Berry, 14-05.25. 6. Brian Martel, 9-06.25. Long Jump: 4. Trevor England, 20-09.25. 6. Andrew Horner, 19-04.25. Triple Jump: 1. Trevor England, 45-00.25. Shot Put: 5. Donald Clark, 43-03.25. Discus: 7. Connor Tarr, 114-01. Hammer Throw: 6. Connor Tarr, 142-06. Javelin: 4. Brian Martel, 155-02.

At Fitchburg, Mass.

Jim Sheehan Memorial

Southern Maine men 147.5, Bates 138, UMass Dartmouth 106, Fitchburg State 78, American International 53, Keene State 52, UMass Boston 37, Mass. Maritime 22, CC Rhode Island 22, Colby 21, Worcester State 21, Gordon 12, Emmanuel 10.5, Salem State 10, Clark University 10, St. Anselm 3, UM Invictus 3, Nichols 3, Northern Essex CC 2, Siena 1

Colby women 211, Bates 205, UMass Dartmouth 66, Keene State 64, Worcester State 62, Emmanuel 31, Fitchburg State 27, UMass Boston 23, Gordon 23, Salem State 23, American International 13, Clark 9, St. Anselm 9, Northern Essex CC 8, Mass. Maritime 1

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