March 19 Scores and Highlights

Posted March 19, 2010, at 7:41 p.m.

RESULTS
COLLEGE
BASEBALL

Bowdoin 11-4, Roger Williams 7-1
Gordon 9, UM-Farmington 4
Johns Hopkins 9, Southern Maine 1
Oregon State 18, Maine 3
SOFTBALL
Bowdoin 4, Bethel (Minn.) 4
Dallas 3-1, Husson 1-4
Ithaca 2, Bowdoin 1
MEN’S HOCKEY
Hockey East semifinals

Boston College 3, Vermont 0
Maine 5, Boston Univ. 2
***
SATURDAY’S GAMES
COLLEGE
Men’s hockey
Hockey East final
Boston College vs. Maine, 7 p.m.
Baseball
Bowdoin vs. UMass Boston, at Central Florida Invitational, 1:30 p.m.
Colby vs. Union, at Winter Haven, Fla., 3:30 p.m.
Husson at Johnson and Wales (2), noon
Maine at Oregon State (2), 4 p.m.
Southern Maine vs. Middlebury, at Chandler, Ariz., 10 a.m.
Saint Joseph’s at New Jersey City (2), 11 a.m.
Softball
Maine vs. Boston College, at North Smithfield, R.I., 2:30 p.m.
Maine Maritime vs. UM-Presque Isle (2), at UMaine Dome, 11 a.m.
Southern Maine vs. Washington and Jefferson, at Clermont, Fla., 3:30 p.m.
Southern Maine vs. Chicago, at Clermont, Fla., 5:30 p.m.
Men’s Lacrosse
Anna Maria at U-New England, 3:30 p.m.
Daniel Webster at Saint Joseph’s, 1 p.m.
Rivier at Husson, 2 p.m.
Southern Maine at Maine Maritime, 1 p.m.
Thomas at Becker, 1 p.m.
Trinity at Bowdoin, 2 p.m.
Tufts at Colby, 1 p.m.
Williams at Bates, 1 p.m.
Women’s Lacrosse
Anna Maria at U-New England, 1 p.m.
Bates at Williams, noon
Bowdoin at Trinity, noon
Colby at Tufts, noon
Pine Manor at Saint Joseph’s, 3:30 p.m.
Men’s Tennis
Bowdoin at Redlands, 2 p.m.
Brandeis at Bates, noon
Lyndon State at Thomas, 2 p.m.
Women’s Tennis
Brandeis at Bates, 4 p.m.
Swimming and Diving
NCAA Championships at University of Minnesota

SUNDAY’S GAMES
COLLEGE
Baseball

Bates at Mary Washington (2), 1 p.m.
Bowdoin vs. Allegheny (2), at Central Florida Invitational, noon
Husson vs. Western Connecticut (2), at Winter Haven, Fla., 1 p.m.
Husson at Bridgewater State (2), noon
Maine at Oregon State, 4 p.m.
Southern Maine vs. Williams (2), at Chandler, Ariz., 9 a.m.
Saint Joseph’s at St. Joseph’s (Long Island) (2), 11 a.m.
UM-Presque Isle at Swarthmore, 12:30 p.m.
Softball
Bowdoin vs. Washington and Jefferson, at Clermont, Fla., 9:30 a.m.
Bowdoin vs. Chicago, at Clermont, Fla., 11:30 a.m.
Colby vs. Western Connecticut, at Clermont, Fla., 11:30 a.m.
Colby vs. MIT, at Clermont, Fla., 1:30 p.m.
Maine at Bryant (2), noon
Southern Maine vs. MIT, at Clermont, Fla., 9:30 a.m.
Southern Maine vs. Trinity (Conn.), at Clermont, Fla., 3:30 p.m.
Saint Joseph’s at Albertus Magnus (2), TBA
Thomas at Mass Maritime (2), 1 p.m.
Women’s Lacrosse
Husson at Becker, noon
Men’s Tennis
Johnson State at Thomas, 1 p.m.
Women’s Tennis
Bowdoin at Chapman, 4 p.m.
***
COLLEGE
BASEBALL
Oregon State 18, Maine 3

At Corvallis, Ore., Matt Boyd hit a home run and knocked in three runs as Oregon State University defeated the University of Maine.
Jared Norris and Danny Hayes each drove in three runs for Oregon State. Stefan Romero also homered with two RBIs. Greg Peavey struck out four and allowed two runs through six innings.
Taylor Lewis had two hits and knocked in a run for the Black Bears. Ian Leisenheimer also had two hits. Tyler Patzalek and George Tager each had an RBI.
Maine    000 101 001    — 3 7 3
Oregon State    605 004 12x    — 18 15 1

Bazdanes, Bernard (4), Latta (6), Orvis (7) and Mercurio, Lugbauer; Peavey, Jones (7), Stiltner (9) and Susac, Berberet

Gordon 9, UM-Farmington 4
At Wenham, Mass., Stephen Myhren held the University of Maine at Farmington to one earned run as Gordon College topped the Beavers.
Myhren struck out eight through nine innings and also hit doubles, scored two runs and drove in two runs for Gordon. Ben Davidson doubled with two RBIs.
Russ Schmelzer singled and scored two runs for UM-Farmington. Matt Levine singled and knocked in a run. Steve Hutchinson had a single and a run.
UM-Farmington (0-1)    200 020 000    — 4 6 3
Gordon (3-4)    000 001 26x    — 9 10 4

Morrison, Ridge (6), Winchenbach (7), Corcoran (8), DiPompo (8) and Macvane; Myhren and Moran, Brown (3)

Johns Hopkins 9, Southern Maine 1
At Chandler, Ariz., sophomore righthander Sam Eagleson allowed one run through eight innings at Johns Hopkins University handed the University of Southern Maine of Gorham its first loss.
John Swarr hit a third-inning three-run home run for Johns Hopkins. Jesse Sikorski and Lee Bolyard also homered.
Junior Mike Eaton hit a double and two singles and drove in a run to lead Southern Maine. Freshman John Carey had two singles and sophomore Anthony Pisani doubled and singled.
Johns Hopkins (10-3)    005 110 110    — 9 13 2
Southern Maine (5-1)    001 000 000    — 1 9 3

Eagleson, Platt (9) and Swarr; Henry, Nicknair (8), deBethune (9) and Marks, Fernandes (9)

SOFTBALL
Husson splits with Dallas

At Irving, Texas, Husson University of Bangor scored three runs in the top of the seventh inning and the Eagles held on to defeat the University of Dallas 4-1 in the nightcap. Dallas took the first game 3-1.
In the first game, Jesse Allen doubled, singled and scored a run for Dallas. Amber Adams singled with an RBI.
Aimee Mortensen, Cassie Berry and Rachel Voicechovski singled for Husson. Megan Richard drove in Dorothy Cameron in the first.
In the second game, Lona Sargent hit three singles and scored a run to lead the Eagles. Cassie Berry hit a solo home run in the second. Nicole Sargent doubled and Diann Ramsey singled and scored.
Jessica Mollner tripled for Dallas. Sandra Gallegos doubled and scored.
(First Game)
Husson    100 000 0    — 1 3 3
Dallas    002 010 x    — 3 4 3

Richard, Lyon (4) and Sousa; Reveles and Smith
(Second Game)
Husson (2-8)    010 000 3    — 4 10 0
Dallas (12-9)    010 000 0    — 1 5 2

Lyon and Risser; Thomas and Smith
***
ALL-STARS
COLLEGE
Hockey East
Men’s Hockey

First team, G: Brian Foster (UNH); D: Justin Braun (UMass), Colby Cohen (BU), Blake Kessel (UNH); F: Bobby Butler (UNH), Brian Gibbons (BC), Gustav Nyquist (Maine, unanimous selection)
Second team, G: Carter Hutton (UMass Lowell); D: Jeremy Dehner (UMass Lowell), Jeff Dimmen (Maine); F: Cam Atkinson (BC), Stephane Da Costa (Merrimack), James Marcou (UMass)
Honorable mention, G: Alex Beaudry (Providence); D: Carl Sneep (BC), Mark Fayne (Providence); F: Nick Bonino (BU), Brian Flynn (Maine), Casey Wellman (UMass)
All-rookie team, G: Chris Rawlings (Northeastern); D: Brian Dumoulin (BC), Jake Newton (Northeastern), Max Nicastro (BU); F: Stephane Da Costa (Merrimack), Chr

is Kreider (BC), Sebastian Stalberg (Vermont)
Award Winners
Three Stars Award: Bobby Butler (UNH); Old Time Hockey Best Defensive Defenseman: Justin Bruan (UMass); Len Ceglarski Sportsmanship Award: Ben Smith (BC); Humboldt Storage and Moving Scoring Champions: Bobby Butler (UNH), Gustav Nyquist (Maine) 41 points; Bauer Goaltending Champion: Carter Hutton (UMass Lowell) 2.35 GAA, .920 save percentage; Gladiator Hockey Best Defensive Forward: Ben Holmstrom (UMass Lowell); Charlie Holt Team Sportsmanship Award: New Hampshire

HIGH SCHOOL
Class A Coaches Association
Boys Hockey

First team, G: Cody Poussard (Lewiston), Nate Delguidice (Messalonskee); D: Matt Lee (Waterville), Cody Dussault (Lew), Nick George (Bangor), Travis St. Pierre (Mess), Nick Mathon (Lew), Cody Smith (Brunswick); F: Nick Deblois (Wat), Sam Cloutier (Lew), Ben Wigant (Lew), Conor Kelly (Bruns), Mat Gordon (Edward Little), Kolby Arnold (GNG-Poland), Nic Cota (Bang), Alex Parker (St. Dominic)
Second team, G: Ryan Cormier (Wat), Rich Belanger (EL); D: David Cook (Wat), Will Desmarsis (St. Dom), Donny Larrivee (St. Dom), Derek Brotherton (Cony), Scott Ouellette (Lew), Lucas Bruchu (Mess); F: Kyle Bishop (Wat), Josh Gaudette (Wat), Phil Frost (Bang), Grady Michonski (Skowhegan), Josh Zayac (Cony), Cam Brown (St. Dom), Ryan Lemelin (Lew), Cam Berard (Mess)
Honorable mention, D: Sam Mayer (GNG-Poland), Cam Harlow (Skow); F: Jacob Trumel (Bang), Carl Sickel (Bruns), Brandon Clark (Cony), Cody Russell (EL), Joey Fournier (Lew), Tom Littlefield (Mess), Erik Orgen (MHW), Dakota Keene (St. Dom), Heath Cormier (Windham/Sacopee), Tim Locke (Wat)
All-academic team, G: Josh Charest; D: Scott Farnham (Bang), Nick Mathon (Lew), Connor Lacasse (MHW), Corey Rourke (Skow); F: Conor Kelly (Bruns), Mat Gordon (EL), Kolby Arnold (GNG-Poland), Chris Delgiudice (Mess), Nick Deblois (Wat)

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