WATERVILLE, Maine — Bradley Jackson tossed six innings of two-hit ball and Ryan Camire pitched a scoreless seventh inning as UMaine-Farmington completed a North Atlantic Conference baseball sweep of Thomas with a 6-0 triumph.
UMF won the opener 3-1.
In the second game, Jimmy Neal and Ethan Gouin each doubled and singled and drove in two runs and Sean Cabaniss had a double and two RBIs to pace the Beavers.
In the opener, Mark Leahy and Kyle Peterson combined on a six-hitter as Leahy hurled six innings of six-hit, one-run ball before Peterson threw a scoreless seventh.
Jordan Croteau had a two-run single and Ben Keene had a sacrifice fly for the winners.
Anree Benitez doubled and singled and drove in the Thomas run.
James McLamb and Joseph Hersom teamed up on a seven-hitter for Thomas.
At Bangor, Seth Freudenberger scored as the Eagles worked a delayed steal in the bottom of the 11th inning to eke out a 4-3 victory over the Mules in the second game of a nonleague doubleheader.
Husson won the opener 4-1.
In Game 2, the Eagles (24-13) won despite posting only three hits. Josh Gaudette tripled, doubled and scored a run. Freudenberger had a run-scoring bunt single and Ben Walls picked up the win with five innings of five-hit, shutout relief.
Tim Corey doubled and singled for Colby College of Waterville (15-13) and Grant Lowensohn hit two singles.
In Game 1, Zak Kochis, Ben Holmes, Freudenberger and Ryan Rebar collaborated on a three-hitter and Dylan Foster had a pair of singles.
Zachary Yates, Dennis Meehan and Benjamin McLain each had a single and an RBI for Husson.
Colin Cummings tripled for Colby and scored on a Kevin Galvin groundout.
At Johnson, Vt., Kayla Merrill smacked a three-run homer and a two-run double and added a double and a single to power the Eagles to a NAC victory.
Casey Lopes drove in four runs with two-run double, a solo homer and a sacrifice fly to propel Husson University of Bangor (25-9), while Lyndsey Merrill had a three-run homer and a single. Haley Spiers added a double, a single and two RBIs to back Alannah Healy, who pitched a five-inning two-hitter.
Kristy Mcdonnell paced Johnson State (6-21) with an RBI single.
At Brunswick, Emily Griffin and Melissa Della Torre combined on a six-hitter, striking out eight and walking three, as Bowdoin topped the University of Maine-Farmington 6-0 to complete a doubleheader sweep. Bowdoin won the opener 8-2.
Katie Gately doubled in the nightcap for the 24-12 winners.
Emily Soule and Amy Jones had two singles each for 14-12 UMF.
In the opener, Nicole Nelson had a double and three singles and knocked in four runs to pace Bowdoin’s 18-hit attack. Emily Griffin had a double and two singles while Siena Mitman homered and doubled with three RBIs.
Gately, Hanna Wurgaft, Cielle Collins and Casey Correa each had two hits.
Kennadi Grover doubled with an RBI for UMF.
At Waterville, Jennifer Day and Miranda Tinsman combined for eight goals and three assists and Erin Nelligan had three goals and an assist as Thomas bested Colby-Sawyer in a NAC semifinal.
Jillian Lambert had a pair of goals and Brittany Premo had the other. Allie McCarthy had 13 saves for the 8-5 winners.
Sara Berry and Alyssia Janak combined for five goals for 4-13 Colby-Sawyer and Kellie Lander made 14 stops.
At Castleton, Vt., North Atlantic Conference Player of the Year Kate Auer scored four goals and assisted on three to lead 8-6 Castleton State past Husson University of Bangor.
Maddy DaCosta scored four times and Kim Gosselin notched three goals. Rachel Bombardier and Meghan Els teamed up for 11 saves.
Alissa Fallon and Michaela Bicknell scored for 3-10 Husson and Hayley Thibodeau made six saves.
At Gorham, Rosie Forster scored three goals and assisted on two others and Nicole Laplante scored three times as the University of Southern Maine beat Eastern Connecticut State in their Little East Conference quarterfinal.
Lauren Lessard and Jacki Kelly had two goals each with Jenna Cyr, Raquel Heitor and Shelby Turcotte (assist) scoring the other goals.
Kim Vogel made 14 saves.
Ashley Wolk, Erin Conn, Paige Schneider, Devyne Doran and Kelsea Burkhardt scored for Eastern Connecticut and Taylor Emmerson made 12 saves.