Corbo carries Husson men’s lacrosse past Thomas

Posted March 25, 2014, at 8:02 p.m.

BANGOR, Maine — Brandon Corbo tallied four goals and an assist on Tuesday to propel Husson University to a 10-5 North Atlantic Conference men’s lacrosse victory over Thomas College of Waterville at Boucher Field.

Vinny Visconti contributed three goals and four assists for the 2-2 Eagles, who also received a goal and an assist from Kevin Nolan and a goal apiece from Nolan Brown and James Seager. Eric Lund made six saves.

Gunnar Shelton scored twice for the 0-6 Terriers, while Oleg Deyle, Jordan Marino and Caleb Runci posted a goal apiece. Parker Chute added an assist while Carlos Cardona made seven saves.

NEC 28, UMF 3

At Henniker, N.H., Adam Shute scored four goals while Liam Peck and Jonathan O’Brien netted three goals each as the Pilgrims cruised to victory over the Beavers.

Skyler Saunders racked up two goals and seven assists and William Pendleton posted two goals and two assists for 6-1 New England College. Cody Kitson and Charles Hayes teamed up to make six saves.

T.C. Peters scored two goals to lead the University of Maine-Farmington (0-2). Michael Keim had the other goal, while Nathan Chase provided two assists. Ben Altmaier registered 21 saves and Joseph Maldonado added two.

Women’s Lacrosse

USM 16, Husson 4

At Portland, Rosie Forster led the way with three goals and two assists to spark the Huskies to victory over the Eagles.

Anh Nguyen had three goals and an assist for the University of Southern Maine of Gorham (2-3). Sarah Pelligrini provided a goal and three assists, while Laura Fay, Nicole Laplante and Shelby Turcotte netted a goal apiece. Caley Presby and Kim Vogel teamed up to make four saves.

Alissa Fallon paced Husson (0-5) with two goals while Caitlyn Stauffer notched a goal and an assist and Kim Gambon scored once. Kaitlin Dollof came up with eight saves.

Baseball

RIT sweeps Thomas

At Auburndale, Fla., Rochester Institute of Technology swept a doubleheader from Thomas College of Waterville by scores of 8-1 and 9-4.

In Game 1, Conor Herlihy scattered five hits and a run while going the distance to pace the Engineers (4-3). Walt Roman and C.J. Bolorin each hit two singles with an RBI for RIT.

Nick Beeson singled twice and drove in a run for 0-4 Thomas to back losing pitcher James McLamb, who surrendered seven hits and two earned runs in the first five innings.

In Game 2, RIT scored five runs in the sixth inning to snap a 4-4 tie and take the win.

Skip Flanagan plated three runs with a triple and a double and Chris Barr knocked in three runs with a double and a single for the Engineers.

Tyler Leichtenberger got the win with 1⅔ innings of scoreless relief.

Ethan Henderson singled twice with an RBI for the Terriers and Derek Kane had a triple and knocked in a run. Reliever Rett Adams took the loss.

Colby 10, Kalamazoo 0

At Auburndale, Fla., the Mules amassed 19 hits to support seven strong innings from starter Lucas Geohegan in a win over Kalamazoo.

Geohegan allowed only three hits and struck out 10 before James Connelly worked a scoreless eighth for Colby (4-1). Colin Cummings paced the offense with a triple, three singles and three runs scored.

Nate Ellis collected four singles, while Jason Buco smacked a double and two singles with three RBIs. Alec Finigan added two singles and three RBIs.

Softball

Colby splits two games

At Clermont, Fla., Carylanne Wolfington’s sacrifice fly in the eighth inning brought in Katie McLaughlin with the winning run as Colby College of Waterville beat Calvin College 5-4.

Elmhurst shut out the Mules in the second game.

In the first game, Colby (3-4) tied the game in the seventh when Emily Schatz doubled and pinch runner Maria Ennamorati scored on Brianne Wheeler’s single. Megan Michie picked up the win in relief.

In the second game, the Mules only had singles from Schatz, Wolfington and Grace Farnhoff against pitcher Katie Boals.

Michie suffered the loss for Colby.

 

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