Bowdoin 9, Trinity 7 (10 inns.)
Colby 13, UM-Presque Isle 0
Maine 7-11, New Jersey Tech. 1-4
St. Joseph’s 14-13, UM-Farmington 3-5
Thomas 6-1, Husson 5-12
Tufts 5, Bates 2
Bowdoin 5, Tufts 4
Maine Maritime 11-1, Newbury 1-2
Southern Maine 4-5, Husson 3-8
St. Joseph’s 4-9, Norwich 3-1
Thomas 2-10, UM-Presque Isle 1-2
Trinity 5, Bates 1
St. Joseph’s 13, Norwich 12 (3OT)
Tufts 5, Bates 2
At Lewiston, Dave Ryan pitched seven shutout innings in leading Tufts past Bates.
Frank Petroskey had a double, single, two runs scored and two RBIs to lead the Jumbos. David Leresche, Chase Rose and David Orlowitz each doubled and singled.
Noah Burke hit three singles and scored a run for Bates. Tom Beaton hit two singles and Josh Linscott and Kevin McGregor both knocked in a run.
Tufts (10-2) 000 000 311 — 5 10 0
Bates (9-4) 000 000 002 — 2 8 1
Ryan, Bernstein (6), Crawford (7), DeGoti (7) and Perry; Chiampa, Lynd (8) and Simon
Bowdoin 9, Trinity 7
At Hartford, Conn., Bowdoin of Brunswick scored four times in the 10th and held on to defeat Trinity for the first time since 2007.
Brendan Garner singled twice and scored two runs for the Polar Bears. Dan Findley and Joe Comizio each had a double and two RBIs.
James Wood homered and doubled with four RBIs for Trinity. Matthew Sullivan singled three times.
Bowdoin (14-3) 200 001 020 4 — 9 8 4
Trinity (9-2) 100 000 301 2 — 7 15 5
Welch, Pace (7) and Auger; Anderson, Donovan (7), O’Sullivan Pierce (8), Goldberg (10) and Auger, Mortimer (7)
Colby 13, UM-Presque Isle 0
At Waterville, Matt Moore pitched a two-hitter in leading Colby to victory over the University of Maine at Presque Isle.
Nikolas Atsalis had two singles, a triple and drove in three runs for Colby. Ryan Conlon hit a solo home run, and Mike Mastrocola doubled and singled with three RBIs.
UMPI (2-13) 000 000 000 — 0 2 5
Colby (5-5) 114 210 40x — 13 16 1
Towle, Carter (4), Andrews (8) and Conroy, Cosenze (8); Moore and Ruocco, McConnell (7)
St. Joseph’s sweeps UMF
At Standish, Eric LaBatte homered in each game as Saint Joseph’s College scored 27 runs on 32 hits in a sweep of the University of Maine at Farmington. The Monks won by scores of 14-3 and 13-5.
In the first game, Todd Keneborus had two doubles, a single, three runs scored and five RBIs to lead the Monks. Mike Burdin hit three singles and Chris Campbell added a double, two singles, three runs and two RBIs.
Josh Garneau and Kyle Shea each singled and knocked in a run for UM-Farmington.
In the second game, Pat Moran doubled and homered with three RBIs for Saint Joseph’s. Keneborus added two singles, two RBIs and two runs.
Kyle Shea singled and drove in three runs for the Beavers. Matt Levine singled twice.
UM-Farmington 012 000 0 — 3 4 1
St. Joseph’s 336 020 x — 14 16 2
Ridge, Winchenbach (3), Griffiths (5), Corcoran (6) and Macvane; Mullen, Drake (6), Kennedy (7) and Adams
UM-Farmington (0-8) 000 010 4 — 5 7 0
St. Joseph’s (13-7) 024 700 x — 13 16 0
Morrison, McNeill (4) and Ashey; Chamberlain, Stanclift (6), Keirstead (7) and Dahms, Devereax (7)
Husson, USM split
At Gorham, the Husson University Eagles used three-run rallies in the third and fourth innings to earn an 8-5 victory over the University of Southern Maine in the second game of a doubleheader.
The game was halted after five innings due to darkness.
Southern Maine edged Husson 4-3 in the opener.
In the first game, Katie Davis hit a two-run home run in the first inning and a two-run double in the fifth to drive in all four runs for USM.
Cassie Berry paced Husson with a double and a single, while Brianna Webster added an RBI single.
In the second game, Husson took control in the middle innings.
Trailing 2-1, the Eagles took the lead for good with a three-run rally in the top of the third, as Megan Richard hit a two-run single and Nicole Sargent added an RBI single.
Husson stretched its lead to to 7-3 in the fourth, as Dorothy Cameron hit a two-run triple and later scored on a sacrifice by Kristen Sousa.
Sargent earned the pitching victory with fifth-inning relief help from Kara Poirier.
Husson 001 011 0 — 3 6 1
Southern Maine 200 020 x — 4 6 3
Lyon and Risser; Deroche, Jacobs (7) and Hayden
(Second Game, 5 inn.)
Husson (3-11) 103 31 — 8 10 0
Southern Maine (3-11) 201 02 — 5 6 1
Sargent, Poirier (5) and Risser; Perdomo and Anderson
Bowdoin 5, Tufts 4
At Medford, Mass., Bowdoin College scored two runs in the top of the seventh inning and held on to defeat Tufts University for the first time since 2004.
Gen Barlow singled home a run to tie it for Bowdoin and Clare Ronan scored the eventual winning run on a passed ball.
Bowdoin’s Julia Jacobs struck out five while allowing four runs on seven hits and a walk through six innings. Michelle Wells picked up the save.
Stefanie Tong homered and singled twice for Tufts. Casey Sullivan homered and singled.
Bowdoin (14-5) 000 120 2 — 5 7 1
Tufts (7-6) 010 102 0 — 4 8 4
Jacobs, Wells (7) and Ronan; Santone and Silberman
Maine Maritime, Newbury split
At Chestnut Hill, Mass., Kayla Higgins drove in four runs while hitting a double and a single to help lead Maine Maritime Academy of Castine to an 11-1 win over Newbury College in Friday’s opener.
The Nighthawks handed the Mariners their first loss in the nightcap, 2-1.
In the first game, Casey McCloskey struck out eight and allowed one run through seven innings for the Mariners. Mallery Stanley singled three times and scored two runs and Megan Russell added two singles and scored four runs.
Katelyn Mark singled twice and scored for Newbury.
In the second game, Sarah Young allowed one run on six hits and a walk through six innings, picking up the win for Newbury. Katie O’Hara struck out two to earn the save. Mark doubled and singled with a run scored.
MMA’s McKenzie Burke allowed one earned run on three hits and no walks while striking out five through six innings. McCloskey singled twice and Kayla Higgins drove in a run.
Maine Maritime 112 004 3 — 11 13 0
Newbury 100 000 0 — 1 6 4
McCloskey and Higgins; Roach, O’Hara (4) and Stracher, Ross (4)
Maine Maritime (6-1)&nbs
p; 100 000 0 — 1 6 2
Newbury (5-8) 200 000 x — 2 3 2
Burke and Higgins; Young, O’Hara (7) and Ross
Trinity 5, Bates 1
At Hartford, Conn., Trinity scored four times in the first inning and held Bates of Lewiston to just one run to earn the win.
Trinity’s Kristen Anderson gave up just one run despite allowing 12 hits through seven innings. Caroline Blanchard had two singles and two RBIs. Jessica Tait doubled and singled with a run.
Leah Maciejewski hit a double and two singles to pace Bates. Monica Berube added two singles and an RBI.
Bates (2-9) 000 010 0 — 1 12 0
Trinity (5-7) 400 001 x — 5 9 2
Gattuso and Maciejewski, Truglio (6); Anderson and Yu
Thomas sweeps UM-Presque Isle
At the Mahaney Dome, Orono, Thomas College of Waterville swept the University of Maine at Presque Isle with scores of 2-1 and 10-2.
In the first game, Kelsey Crowe struck out nine in seven innings to pick up the win for Thomas.
Nicole Russell had seven strikeouts and a walk for the Owls. Brittany Humphrey doubled and singled.
In the second game, Samantha Moore hit two singles and a double to lead 7-6 Thomas. Sara Pavento went six innings on the mound.
Brittany Humphrey hit a double, single and drove in a run for 3-13 UM-Presque Isle.
Saint Joseph’s wins two
At Standish, Ellen Neff singled to centerfield in the bottom on the seventh inning, driving home Maria Labbe and leading Saint Joseph’s College past Norwich University 4-3 in the first game.
The Monks also won the second game 9-1.
In the first game, Kiera Walsh allowed one earned run while striking out five to pick up the win for St. Joseph’s. Emily Leverone doubled and singled with two runs scored.
Lindsay Carey had two singles and an RBI for Norwich.
In the second game, Monks’ Leverone went 4-for-4 with a home run, double, three runs scored and three RBIs. Alyssa Dunn had two RBIs and Madylan Kluna allowed one earned run on five hits and no walks while striking out five through six innings.
Norwich’s Whitney Grennon singled twice.
Norwich 001 002 0 — 3 7 1
St. Joseph’s 002 010 1 — 4 10 1
Pratt and Balasco; Walsh and Neff
Norwich (1-17) 001 000 — 1 5 3
St. Joseph’s (15-5) 100 107 — 9 11 1
Buker, Pratt (6) and Balasco; Kluna and Labbe