June 18, 2018
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Husson baseball sweeps past Thomas

WATERVILLE — Shawn Smith hit a two-run home run in the fourth inning and added a double in helping lead Husson University of Bangor to an 11-4 college baseball victory over Thomas College in the second game of a Thursday doubleheader.
The Eagles also won the first game 3-1.
In the first game, Ryan Arsenault allowed one run through seven innings with seven hits, two walks and seven strikeouts for Husson. Jake Arthers doubled and singled with an RBI and Cody McInnis doubled and scored.
Taylor Livingston doubled, singled and scored a run for Thomas. Jeff Richardson singled twice.
Ethan Guerette and Josh Gaudette both tripled with two RBIs for the Eagles. McInnis singled twice, Tom Crews doubled with two RBIs and Collin Ciomei knocked in two runs.
Richardson hit two singles and drove in two runs for the Terriers. Marcos Belliard doubled with two RBIs and Ben Goodall hit two singles.

(First Game)
Husson 101 000 1 — 3 5 0
Thomas 000 100 0 — 1 7 2

Arsenault and Rennick, Ververis (7); Farrar and Livingston

(Second Game)
Husson (21-14) 000 306 2 — 11 11 0
Thomas (10-22) 000 400 0 — 4 7 5

Leeman, Beatham (7) and Ververis, Rennick (6); Burke, Sucy (6), Babb (7) and Charves

St. Joseph’s 10, Anna Maria 7

At Holden, Mass., fours players homered as Saint Joseph’s College of Standish earned a road win over Anna Maria College.
Todd Keneborus hit a home run and two singles with three RBIs for the Monks. Dan Achorn homered and singled with three RBIs while Sam Butts and Ian Lee also homered.
Mike Guarnieri had two singles and three RBIs for Anna Maria and Jeff Kodys had home run with two RBIs.

St. Joseph’s (22-11) 400 121 020 — 10 11 2
Anna Maria (20-15) 500 100 001 — 7 13 4

Chamberlain and Lee; McNamara, Rafferty (6) and Kodys

Colby-Sawyer 11, UMPI 1

At New London, N.H., Sean Gavin hit two singles and drove in four runs as Colby-Sawyer College defeated the University of Maine at Presque Isle.
Shane Hoagboon had a double, two singles and three RBIs for Colby-Sawyer.
Seth Cote singled twice and knocked in a run for the Owls. Justin Bergeron added a double.

UM-Presque Isle (6-22) 010 000 0 — 1 7 4
Colby-Sawyer (11-18) 340 130 x — 11 13 1

Kingsbury, Smith (3), Andrews (4), Thompson (6) and Csiernik; Harding, Schilling (6) and McFadden


Maine Maritime, Husson split

At O’Keefe Field, Bangor, Sabrina Keach hit a two-run double to left field in the eighth inning and Maine Maritime Academy of Castine held off Husson University 11-10 in the first game.
It’s the first loss for the Eagles to a North Atlantic Conference opponent since Lesley University eliminated Husson from the NAC tournament 10-4 on May 3, 2008.
Husson shut out MMA to win the second game 3-0.
In the first game, Keach tallied a double, three singles and four RBIs for the Mariners. Brittany Hunt added a double, three singles and three runs and Mallery Stanley doubled and singled with three RBIs.
Dorothy Cameron tripled with three RBIs for Husson. Sarah Risser had a double, two singles and two runs, Courtney Hill hit two singles and scored three runs and Amanda Gifford chipped in a double, single, two runs and two RBIs.
In the second game, Kelly Naegelin pitched a three-hit shutout, walking none and striking out four for the Eagles. Gifford singled twice and drove in a run and Aimee Mortensen also hit two singles.
McKenzie Burke, Casey McCloskey and Keach singled for MMA.

(First Game)
MMA 101 010 53 — 11 16 1
Husson 010 010 62 — 10 15 1

Taylor, Bassett (6), McCloskey (7) and Jackson; Lyon, McCarty (8) and Risser

(Second Game)
MMA (15-6) 000 00 — 0 3 1
Husson (14-14) 010 2x — 3 8 1

McCloskey and Jackson; Naegelin and Risser

Bates sweeps USM

At Gorham, Mary Lewis singled home Alayna Garbarino from third to lift Bates College over the University of Southern Maine 5-4 in eight innings in the first game.
Bates also won the second game 6-0.
In the first game, Lewis had three singles and two RBIs for Bates. Leah Maciejewski had a double, two singles and two RBIs and Anna Marie Martino hit three singles. Caroline Gattuso allowed just one earned run on six hits and a walk while striking out eight.
Sarah Deroche had a solo home run a sacrifice fly to lead Southern Maine. Melissa Caiazzo doubled and singled and Katie Davis singled and drove in two runs.
In the second game, Kristen Finn scatted two hits and walked none while striking out five through seven shutout innings for Bates. Martino singled with two RBIs while Lauren Dobish, Kelly McManus and Maciejewski each had a double and an RBI.
Anna Allard and Samantha Morse singled for the Huskies.

(First Game)
Bates 012 000 11 — 5 13 3
USM 300 001 00 — 4 6 0

Gattuso and Martino; Deroche, Morse (7) and Caiazzo

(Second Game)
Bates (7-9) 030 210 0 — 6 9 1
USM (3-29) 000 000 0 — 0 2 4

Finn and Maciejewski; Morse and Davis

St. Joseph’s sweeps Pine Manor

At Chestnut Hill, Mass., Lindsay Moore homered, doubled and singled two drive in five runs and lead Saint Joseph’s College of Standish past Pine Manor College 13-5 in the second game.
The Monks also won the first game 9-1.
In the first game, Heather Tripp had a home run, two singles, three runs and two RBIs for the Monks. Emily Leverone homered and Connie Grovo added a double, two singles and two RBIs.
Jess Kennedy hit a solo homer for Pine Manor.
In the second game, Grovo had three singles and scored three runs for Saint Joseph’s. Leverone homered and singled with two RBIs and Alyssa Dunn homered and singled.
Kennedy hit a double and two singles for Pine Manor and Macayla Kirylo added a home run and two RBIs.

(First Game)
St. Joseph’s 042 30 — 9 16 0
Pine Manor 100 00 — 1 3 4

Kluna and Labbe; Lowe, Doehler (3) and Campbell

(Second Game)
St. Joseph’s (25-7) 406 012 — 13 18 0
Pine Manor (8-19) 003 020 — 5 11 1

Walsh and Howard; Campbell, Lowell (4), Doehmer (6) and Campbell

Colby sweeps UM-Farmington

At Waterville, Aimee Polimeno earned her first collegiate shutout in leading Colby College to a 1-0 win over the University of Maine at Farmington the first game of a doubleheader.
Colby also took the second game 10-2.
In the first game, Polimeno allowed five hits and struck out eight to earn her third win for the Mules.
For the Beavers, Emma Vaillancourt allowed just two hits, but errors led to an unearned run.
In the second game, Colby scored 10 runs in the first three innings. Barbara Santos had two doubles, three RBIs and three runs scored.
Lily Barry singled twice and drove in a run to lead the Beavers. AMy Jones doubled and scored twice.

Women’s lacrosse

Southern Maine 14, Husson 3

At Bangor, Lauren Santo recorded five goals as the University of Southern Maine of Gorham powered past Husson University.
Shelby Turcotte had three goals and an assist for the 6-8 Huskies. Mary Vaughan had two goals and two assists and Jessica Gassman added a goal and three assists. Alysse Tasse scored a goal and assisted another while Jackie Kelly and Rosie Forster scored. Samantha Kiesel saved 17 of 20 shots.
Rebecca Hatin, Kim Gambon and Stephanie Eaton scored for the 7-6 Eagles. Kaleigh Morneau turned away eight of 22 shots.

Men’s lacrosse

Colby 20, Husson 7

At Waterville, Ian Deveau scored five times as Colby College cruised by Husson University of Bangor.
Derrik Flahive, James Wyse, Alex Boches and Chris Healy each scored twice for the 7-6 Mules. Chris Barrand, John Moriarty, Jonathan McIvor, Garth Franklin and Ian Boldt also scored. Tyler Cash, Patrick Gilligan and Peter Reiley combined to save seven of 14 shots.
Mitch Heaps tallied three goals for the 6-9 Eagles. Ben Landry, Dillon Shaw, Chris Pelletier and Alex Ryan scored. John Hooper and Eric Lund shared time in goal, saving nine of 29 shots.

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