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April 6, Scores and Highlights

Bangor Daily News


Bates 3, Thomas 2
Colby 11, Husson 10
Saint Joseph’s 7, Bowdoin 3
Southern Maine 6, Endicott 4

Husson 7-8, Bates 5-4
Saint Joseph’s 11-6, Southern Maine 2-1 (1st game, 5 inns.)
U-New England 4-5, New England College 3-4 (1st game, 8 inns., 2nd game, 8 inns.)

Maine Maritime 15, Saint Joseph’s 12
Mount Ida 23, UM-Farmington 1
New England College 20, Southern Maine 15
Norwich 7, Husson 0
Tufts 12, Bates 6

Bates 18, Endicott 7
Husson 15, Thomas 0
Southern Maine 11, Fitchburg 3

Southern Maine 9, Thomas 0

Saint Joseph’s 7, Bowdoin 3

At Standish, Pat Moran hit an RBI double to highlight a four-run seventh inning as Saint Joseph’s College defeated Bowdoin College of Brunswick.
Chris Campbell hit three singles for the Monks while Todd Keneborus and Eric LaBatte each posted two singles and an RBI. Mike Burdin added a singles and two RBIs.
Dan Hicks hit a home run and a single for Bowdoin. Adam Marquit singled twice while Reid Auger and Joe Comizio each drove in a run.
Bowdoin (15-5)             000 110 010    — 3   8 1
Saint Joseph’s (15-8)    000 030 40x    — 7 11 0

Pace, Farley and Auger; Dorr, Rafferty (4), Stanclift (7) and Adams

Saint Joseph’s sweeps USM

At Gorham, Saint Joseph’s College erupted with nine runs in the fifth inning en route to a 11-2 win over the University of Southern Maine in the first game of a Tuesday doubleheader.
The Monks topped the Huskies in the second game 6-1.
In the first game, Samantha Gray hit a three-run triple in the fifth inning to spark Saint Joseph’s. Ellen Neff singled twice and drove in a run while Emily Leverone posted a double and two RBIs.
Katie Davis hit two singles and knocked in a run for Southern Maine.
In the second game, Christy Wezowicz pitched a complete game allowing five hits an no earned runs to earn the win for the Monks. Katelyn Call tallied two singles and two RBIs while Liddy van der Linden hit a solo home run.
Anna Allard hit a triple for the Huskies while Lauren DiCecco added a double.
(First Game)
Saint Joseph’s    001 19    — 11 10 2
Southern Maine    100 10    — 2 6 4

Deroche, Jacobs (5) and Hayden; Vannah and Clark
(Second Game)
Saint Joseph’s (19-5)    200 112 0    — 6 8 3
Southern Maine (4-14)    001 000 x    — 1 5 4

Perdomo, Mackintosh (6) and Anderson; Wezowicz and Howard

Husson sweeps Bates
At Lewiston, the visiting Husson University Eagles from Bangor took a softball doubleheader from Bates College, winning the first game 7-5 and the second 8-4.
In game one, Dorothy Cameron hit a pair of home runs, a two-run shot in the third and a solo shot in the fourth for the Eagles. Nicole Sargent added a three-run homer for Husson.
Courtney Talcott drove in a run with a single and later on with a double for Bates.
In game two, Diann Ramsey’s two-run homer in the fifth helped rally Husson from a three-run deficit.
Cameron’s two-run single in the seventh gave the Eagles the lead for good while Megan Richard added a two-run single.
(First Game)
Husson    012 013 0    — 7 7 1
Bates    100 020 2    — 5 10 12

Lyon and Sousa; Gattuso and Maciejewski
(Second Game)
Husson (6-12)    001 021 4    — 8 10 0
Bates (2-13)       111 100 0    — 4 8 3

Sargent, Richard (6) and Risser; Finn and Martino

Men’s lacrosse
MMA 15, Saint Joseph’s 12

At Standish, Christopher Keiley scored five goals to power the Mariners to victory.
Wade Mondoux scored three goals for Maine Maritime Academy of Castine (2-3), while Richard McKee posted two goals and two assists and Tom Houle a goal and three assists.
Andrew DiSalvo, Ryan Williams and Erik Milles added a goal apiece to support Kevin Boucher, who made 10 saves.
Kody Peckham led Saint Joseph’s (4-5) with three goals and two assists. Benson Pasquarello scored three times and Spencer Hunt provided two goals and three assists.
Paul Dolewa, Dylan Chase, Luke LaFreniere and Tokunbo Amosun chipped in with a goal apiece. Chris Driscoll made 12 saves.

Women’s lacrosse
Husson 15, Thomas 0

At Bangor, Megan Clement registered five goals as Husson University cruised past Thomas College of Waterville.
The 5-1-1 Eagles outshot the Terriers 62-6 en route to the win. Jami Ladd, Michelle Rancourt and Alex Huffman each posted two goals while Shelby Bradford, Caitlyn Butterfield, Amanda Mora and Caitlyn Ramsey each scored one. Nikki Burns stopped three shots.
Teshia Cates made 34 saves on 49 shots for 2-3 Thomas.

North Atlantic Conference
Samantha Moore
(Thomas College freshman), Softball Rookie of the Week, posted two singles, a double, two RBIs and a stolen base in two games for the Terriers.

Hampden-Newburgh Rosters

Anglers: Evan Clark, Jacob Cyr, Nicholas Lorenzo, Michael Veneziano; Dysarts: Nickolas DeArmott, Zachary Flannery, Jarod Grodewald, A.J. Meo, Sam Walker, Zachary Wickett; F.A. Peabody: Ryan Collins, Daryn Morris, Connor Roy, Dylan Vachon; Kiwanis: Michael Austin, Zachary Chasse, Nicholas Hashey, Tyler Hashey, Thomas Raye, Kory Winch; Phantom Calls: Nicholas Bean, Dakota Clement, Zachary Perry, Nicholas Robidoux, Samuel Sargent, Christopher Torres; Sargent Corporation: Zachariah Field, Eiji Frey, Dylan Noyes, Joshua Redmond, Dylan Stanley, Michael Wentworth, Tyler Wheaton

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