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March 21-22 Scores and Highlights



Saturday’s Results

Johnson & Wales 10-0, Husson 2-9

Sacred Heart 4-7, Maine 1-4

Saint Joseph’s 3-9, New Jersey City 2-8

Southern Maine 12-10, Roger Williams 7-6

UM-Presque Isle 7-10, SUNY-Canton 6-6

Sunday’s Results

Husson 6-7, Bridgewater State 0-9

Maine 11-5, Sacred Heart 2-3

Southern Maine 16, Hamline 9

UM-Presque Isle 5-2, SUNY-Canton 1-1


Saturday’s Results

Babson 6, Southern Maine 3

Buffalo State 7, Southern Maine 3

Emerson 6-5, Saint Joseph’s 3-3

Maine 5, Boston College 4

Rhode Island Coll. 3-10, Bates 2-2

Sunday’s Results

Colby 2, Oberlin 0

Colby 7, MIT 0

Maine 12-6, Bryant 7-0

Husson 6-7, Bridgewater State 0-9

Southern Maine 9, D’Youville 6


Saturday’s Results

Colby 11, Trinity 8

Husson 22, Lyndon State 1

Maine Maritime 20, Green Mountain 2

Saint Joseph’s 11, Daniel Webster 10 (OT)

Southern Maine15, Thomas 2

U-New England 7, Salem State 5

Wesleyan 11, Bates 8


Saturday’s Results

Bates 14, Wesleyan 13

Colby 10, Trinity 7

So. Maine 17, Fitchburg State 13

Worcester State 20, Thomas 1

Sunday’s Results

Becker 20, Husson 15


Sunday’s Results

Whitman 5, Colby 4

Northwestern (Ohio) 7, Colby 2


Sunday’s Results

Colby 7, Northwestern (Ohio) 2




Husson earns pair of splits

At Bridgewater, Mass., on Sunday, Chris Pease pitched a one-hitter as Husson shut out Bridgewater State 6-0 in the first game of a doubleheader. The Bears used six fourth-inning runs to salvage a split with a 9-7 win in Game 2. On Saturday at East Providence, R.I., Husson and Johnson and Wales split as the Wildcats posted a 10-2 victory in the opener before Husson earned a 9-0 win in the nightcap. In Sunday’s first game, Pease struck out seven and walked three during an 85-pitch effort. Husson leadoff hitter Kyle Vanidestine hit three singles, was hit by a pitch and stole two bases, while Jeff Miller tripled and drove in two runs and Cody Haverly-Johndro doubled and singled with an RBI. In the second game, Bridgewater State reached Husson starter Kyle Leeman for single runs in each of the first three innings before breaking the game open in the fourth. J.T. Mooney led the winners with a triple, double and single with two RBIs. Dennis Graham paced Husson with a double and two singles, while Miller had a home run and two RBIs and Ethan Guerette doubled and singled. In Saturday’s first game, Ryan Morgan pitched six innings for Johnson and Wales allowing two runs on four hits with 10 strikeouts. Guerette and Nick Arthers each had a hit and an RBI for Husson. In the second game, Nathan Adams pitched a shutout to earn the win for the Eagles. Nick Arthers hit a home run, a double and a single with two RBIs. Chris Maguire added three hits while Jake Arthers had two hits and three RBIs. Miller, Guerette and Haverly-Johndro added two hits apiece for Husson.

St. Joseph’s sweeps NJCU

At New Jersey City, N.J., Saint Joseph’s College scored three runs in the top of the ninth inning to earn a 3-2 victory over New Jersey City University in the opening game of a doubleheader on Saturday. The Monks of Standish completed the sweep with a 9-8 win in the second game. In the first game, Eric La Batte drove in two runs on a bases-loaded single to spark the Monks. Pat Moran pitched a complete game and struck out 12 to earn the win. In the second game, Danny Achorn had two hits and three RBIs to lead Saint Joseph’s. Travis Adams hit a three-run double while Wade Oliver drove in two runs for the Monks.

USM earns three victories

At Chandler, Ariz., Chris Burleson had four singles and three runs scored Sunday as the University of Southern Maine extended its winning streak to six games with a 16-9 victory over Hamline University of St. Paul, Minn. That win came a day after the Huskies tallied 27 hits and scored 22 runs during a 12-7, 10-6 doubleheader sweep of Roger Williams University on Saturday. In Sunday’s game, Burleson also had three stolen bases, while Anthony D’Alfonso had a triple, two singles and three RBIs and Collin Henry doubled and singled with three RBIs. Matt Melia eearned the pitching win with relief help from Andrew deBethune and Andrew Stacy. In Saturday’s first game, Anthony D’Alfonso hit two doubles, two singles and drove in three runs to power Southern Maine. Mike Eaton posted three hits while Andrew Stacy had a two-run double. In the second game, Chris Burleson had two hits and three RBIs to lead USM. Ryan Pike and Stacy added two hits apiece while Josh Mackey drove in two runs for the Huskies.

UMPI earns four-game sweep

At Staten Island, N.Y., on Sunday, Cory Harding and Brandon Elie each pitched a three-hitter as the University of Maine-Presque Isle capped off a four-game weekend sweep of the State University of New York at Canton. The Owls won Sunday’s doubleheader 5-1 and 2-1 after winning Saturday by scores of 7-6 and 10-6. In Sunday’s first game, Tyson Tash had an RBI double and Seth Dorr and Harding each hit an RBI single during a three-run second-inning rally that gave UMPI (4-8) the lead for good. In the second game, Elie required just 74 pitches for his complete game. The Owls scored both of their runs in the top of the fourth on an RBI single by A.J. Pennartz and a sacrifice fly by James Cirrel. In Saturday’s first game, Tash plated the winning run with a sacrifice fly that completed a four-run seventh-inning rally. Kaleb Hale earned the complete-game pitching win, allowing just two earned runs while striking out seven. In the second game, Brandon Boulware earned the pitching win, backed by a 13-hit UMPI attack. Harding tripled and singled twice while Elie had three singles. Tyler Delaney doubled and singled with three RBIs for the Owls and D.J. Charette chipped in with two singles.


Maine sweeps Bryant, tops BC

At North Smithfield, R.I., on Sunday, the University of Maine softball team earned a 12-7, 6-0 doubleheader sweep of Bryant University. The win gave Maine a 3-0 weekend, as the Black Bears edged Boston College 5-4 on Saturday. In Sunday’s first game, Terren Hall hit a three-run home run in the third inning to give the Black Bears (20-13) a 4-3 lead. Ashley Waters went 4-for-5 with an RBI and three runs scored. Cayleigh Montano earned the pitching win in relief of starter Ashley Kelley, who was lifted in the first inning after yielding three runs. In Sunday’s second game, Alexis Souhlaris pitched a four-hit shutout with two strikeouts and one walk for Maine. Courtney Gingrich doubled and singled with two RBIs, while Souhlaris and Terren Hall each singled twice. In Saturday’s game, Stephanie George hit a two-run double in the third inning that proved to be the game-winner for UMaine. Waters posted a double and a single while Hall doubled. Souhlaris went 5ª innings in relief, giving up two runs on six hits, to earn the win. Taylor Peyton had two hits and two RBIs for Boston College.

RIC sweeps Bates

At Providence, R.I., Amanda Berard pitched three innings giving up one hit and striking out eight to earn the win as Rhode Island College topped Bates 3-2 in the first game of a Saturday doubleheader. Bates dropped the second game 10-2. In the first game, Amanda Perry drove in two runs to spark Rhode Island College to the win. Monica Berube hit a double and a single for Bates. In the second game, Amy Jackman had two hits and two RBIs to lead RIC. Leah Citrin and Lauren Dobish each had a hit and an RBI for the Bobcats.

USM goes 1-2

At Clermont, Fla., Alexandra Perdomo hit a two-run home run to help the University of Southern Maine beat D’Youville College 9-6 for its first win of the season. On Saturday, USM fell to Babson 6-3 and then to Buffalo State 7-3. In Saturday’s first game, Nicole Lantini doubled twice and singled for Babson, which took control with a four-run second inning. Laura Leger led Southern Maine of Gorham with three singles and two RBIs, while Lauren DiCecco doubled and singled. In the second game, Joelene Banach led Buffalo State with two doubles, a single and three RBIs. Alexandra Perdomo singled twice for 1-6 USM.

Emerson sweeps Saint Joseph’s

At Boston on Saturday, Emerson earned a 6-3, 5-3 doubleheader sweep of Saint Joseph’s of Standish. Emily Leverone went 5-for-7 with two runs scored for Saint Joseph’s (6-6), while Christie Wezowicz and Kiara Walsh absorbed the pitching losses despite yielding just one earned run each.


Husson 22, Lyndon State 11

At Bangor on Sunday, Nick Brown had six goals and four assists as the Eagles earned their second win in as many matches. Ben Landry had five goals and four assists for Husson, while Sam Smith had three goals and three assists. Chris Mansour led Lyndon (Vt.) State with seven goals and an assist. Matt Linnell made 13 saves on 39 shots for 2-0 Husson, while Matt Adams made 15 saves on 47 shots for 1-1 Lyndon State.

MMA 20, Green Mountain 2

At Castine, Christopher Keiley scored six goals and handed out four assists as Maine Maritime Academy powered past Green Mountain College on Saturday. Andrew DiSalvo scored three goals and posted seven assists while Garrett Lake and Todd Murphy added three goals apiece for the 1-0 Mariners. Daniel Redmond made eight saves to earn his first collegiate win. Steve Braunius made 14 saves on 50 shots for 0-1 Green Mountain.


Becker 20, Husson 15

At Bangor on Sunday, Tammy Mullen scored nine goals as Becker College broke a 9-9 halftime tie with 11 second-half goals.

Nicole Lijana added five goals for 3-2 Becker.

Shelby Bradford had six goals and an assist for Husson, while Jami Ladd scored three goals and Ashley Cyr and Tracy Cyr each had two goals. Rebecca Hatin and Caitlyn Butterfield scored one goal each.

Nikki Burns made 17 saves for 0-2 Husson, while Alena Phongsa made 20 saves for Becker.




At 10th Mountain Ski Club, Fort Kent

U.S. National Championships, NorAm Biathlon Cup


Women (10K): Tracy Collander-Barnes (USBA) 31:27.7, Lanny Barnes (USBA) 33:45.8, Annelies Cook (USBA/Utah) 34:45.8, Susan Dunklee (USBA/Dev) 35:14.1, Sara Studebaker (USBA) 35:35.3, Laura Spector (USBA) 35:27.9, Jen Wygant (USBA/Dev) 35:55.8, Melanie Schultz (Biathlon/Alberta) 37:15.5, BethAnn Chmberlain (MWSC) 37:55.2, Katrina Howe (Vermont College) 38:20.8, Denise Teela (WCAP) 39:05.7

Junior women: Jessica Sedlock ( 37:36.3

Youth women (7.5K): Grace Boutot (MWC) 26:24.5, Hilary McNamee (MWSC) 30:34.2, Julia Ramson (BC Biathlon) 30:42.4, Andrea Mayo (MWSC) 30:53.5, Alexandra Dickson (BC Biathlon) 31:46.9, Emma Lunder (BC Biathlon) 32:28.2, Karin Bakker (BC Biathlon) 33:55.9, Danika Frisbie (Vermont College) 34:43.2

Girls: Silke Hynes (Biathlon Ontario) 36:51.4, Melissa Manning (WNY Biathlon) 54:48.3

Men (12.5K): Nathan Smith (Biathlon Alberta) 35:42.7, Russell Currier (USBA/MWSC) 37:03.1, Dan Campbell (MN Biathlon) 37:12.1, Patrick Cote 37:29.2, David Johns ( 38:45.6, Jesse Downs (WCAP) 38:50.3, Casey Simons (USBA/Dev) 38:58.9, Samuel Morse (National Guard) 39:06.5, Bill Bowler (USBA/Dev) 39:30.4, Mat Stachura ( 39:56.2, Kevin Patzoldt (MN Biathlon) 40:04.6, Newt Rogers (Vermont College) 40:04.6, Zach Hall (USBA) 41:18,6, Martin Smith (USBA/Dev) 41:29.2, Niguel Kinney (National Guard) 42:46.4, Blake Hillerson (National Guard) 42:55

Junior men: Leif Nordgren (MN Biathlon) 38:09.4, Matthew Neuman (BC Biathlon) 39:13.8, Wynn Roberts (MN Biathlon) 39:49.7, Joel Pacas ( 39:58.3, Beau Thompson (Biathlon Alberta) 41:50.4, Nick Peterson (Vermont College) 44:42.9, Willie Neal (Jackson Hole Biathlon) 46:29.1, Travis Gow-Mann (Vermont College) 47:10.9

Youth men: Raleigh Goessling (Duluth/Esko Biathlon) 33:23.5, Casey Smith (Washington Biathlon) 34:09, Conrad Roberts (MN Biathlon) 34:21.1, Richard Dering (BC Biathlon) 34:32, Nick Michaud (MWSC) 34:56, Sean Doherty (Saratoga Biathlon) 36:43.1, Michael Gibson (Vermont College) 36:47.4, Sam Humphries (MWSC/SMBC) 38:15.3, Ben Greenwald (MN Biathlon) 41:39.1, Jasper MacKenzie (BC Biathlon) 43:27

Masters men: Sean Kato (Washington Biathlon) 27:59.6, Eli Walker (Great Glen Trails (29:09.7), Ted Hulbert (Palo Alto Winter Sports) 30:57.5, Michaud Schlachter (Colorado Biathlon) 31:09.5

Senior masters: Walter Warwick (Colorado Biathlon) 31:18.1, Dave Anana (Washington Biathlon) 31:56.7, Kyle Boschen (Colorado Biathlon) 33:06.1, Darrell Rikert (Windsor Biathlon) 34:40.3, Aaron Scott (Washington Biathlon) 34:43.3, Kevin Brooker (EABC) 35:39.1, Jim Chiasson (Colorado Biathlon) 36:34.1

Veterans: Williams Quinlan (Colorado Biathlon) 33:48.2, David Shaw (Washington Biathlon) 35:34.1, John Neal (Central Wisconsin Biathlon) 36:01.8, Art Stegen (Saratoga Biathlon) 42:30.9, Jeremiah Hynes (Biathlon Ontario) 48:41.5, King Milne (EABC) 51:55


Women (12.5K): Tracy Collander-Barnes (USBA) 44:23.9, Laura Spector (USBA) 47:56.9, Annelies Cook (USBA/Utah Ski Team) 48:31.6, Sara Studebaker (USBA) 49:07.3, BethAnn Chamberlain (MWSC) 49:31.4, Melanie Schultz (Biathlon Alberta) 49:34.6, Susan Dunklee (USBA/Dev) 49:53, Katrina Howe (Vermont College) 51:26.4, Jen Wygant (USBA/Dev) 53:19.6, Denise Teela (WCAP)) 56:00

Youth women: Grace Boutot (MWSC) 29:26.6, Andrea Mayo (MWSC) 30:15.9, Hilary McNamee (MWSC) 31:08.4, Julia Ramson (BC Biathlon) 31:25, Emma Lunder (BC Biathlon) 34:26.1, Danika Frisbie (Vermont College) 38:58.3

Girls: Silke Hynes (Biathlon Ontario) 34:48.3

Veterans masters: Betsy Smith (MWSC/SMBC) 41:43.4

Men (15K): Patrick Cote 45:24.4, Kevin Patzoldt (MN Biathlon) 45:26.1, Casey Simons (USBA/Dev) 45:28.8, Russell Currier (USBA/MWSC) 45:29, Jesse Downs (WCAP) 45:35.9, Mat Stachura ( 46:21.5, Robert Douglas (National Guard) 46:59, Dan Campbell (MN Biathlon) 47:11.4, Bill Bowler (USBA/Dev) 47:38.4, Samuel Morse (National Guard) 47:49.7, Zach Hall (USBA) 47:53.5, David Johns ( 48:23.7, Blake Hillerson (National Guard) 49:04.3, Nigel Kinney (National Guard) 49:58.5, Martin Smith (USBA/Dev) 52:21, Newt Rogers (Vermont College) 53:27.9

Junior men: Leif Nordgren (MN Biathlon) 45:35.8, Matthew Neumann (BC Biathlon) 46:14, Joel Pacas ( 46:25.7, Wynn Roberts (MN Biathlon) 48:29.2, Willie Neal (Jackson Hole Biathlon) 49:51.6, Travis Gow-Mann (Vermont College) 54:35.9, Nick Peterson (Vermont College) 1:09:27.3

Youth men: Conrad Roberts (MN Biathlon) 36:06.5, Casey Smith (Washington Biathlon) 36:46.4, Raleigh Goessling (Duluth Esko Biathlon) 38:29.4, Michael Gibson (Vermont College) 39:23, Sean Doherty (Saratoga Biathlon) 40:22.3, Ben Greenwald (MN Biathlon) 43:48.3, Jasper MacKenzie (BC Biathlon) 44:52.7

Boys: Chester Jacobs (MWSC/SMBC) 36:41.5, Jackson Hall (MWSC/SMBC) 37:45.3

Masters: Sean Kata (Washington Biathlon) 38:18.3, Eli Walker (Great Glen Trails) 39:32.3, Ted Hulbert (Palo Alto Winter Sports)45:09.3

Senior masters: Aaron Scott (Washington Biathlon) 42:02.5, Kyle Boschen (Colorado Biathlon) 44:32.3, Walker Warwick (Colorado Biathlon) 44:45.6, Dave Anana (Washington Biathlon) 45:17, Jim Chiasson (Colorado Biathlon) 48:54.7, Kevin Brooker (EABC) 52:04.3

Veterans masters: William Quinlan (Colorado Biathlon) 45:27.2, David Shaw (Washington Biathlon) 50:30.1, Jeremiah Hynes (Biathlon Ontario) 58:28.5, King Milne (EABC) 1:12:04


Maine State Championships

At 10th Mountain Club, Fort Kent

Ages 9 and under

Simon Pratico 2:17; Sophia Laukli 2:50; Gentle Prescott 3:12; Leah Rick 3:15; Hanna Kolyvek 5:12; Austin Thibeault 6:20

Ages 10-14

Joel Shay 13:35; Juan Mesones 13:50; Ryan Washington 14:32; Sam Pratico 14:33; Kellon Humphries 14:52; Braden Becker 14:55; Cody Johnson 15:30; Olivia Conrad 15:33; Tim Adams 15:35; Alex Lucas 15:36; Mitchel Mullin 15:40; Even Laukli 16:12; Carrie Adams 16:13; Austin Caverhill 16:23; Katrine Laukli 16:25; Christian Roy 16:53; Samuel Jones 17:06; Henry Braden 18:32; Ashley Michaud 19:13; Lowell Rick 19:45; Kelsie Washington 19:49; Elton Humphries 20:43; Ronald Collin 21:02; Ryan Boucher 21:04; Abby Wigang 24:12; Daniel Rioux 24:52; Koppany Kolyvek 26:25; Owen Weigang 31:09

Ages 15-20

Jacob Chester 16:23; Jackson Hall 17:56; MaryBeth Kelson 18:47; Cassidy Spencer 19:02; Tara Humphries 19:23; Caitlin Crawford 19:50; Thomas Sullivan 20:01; Patrick Ryan 20:29; Taylor Schwartz 20:32; Ion Moore 20:56; Sarah Becker 21:00; Kevin Strid 22:36

Ages 21 and older

Scott Lessard 15:07; Laszio Koyyvek 16:34; Tom Campbell 16:35; Bjorn Laukli 17:28; Bret Vicary 17:46; Tom Ryan 17:51; Jim Currie 18:10; Travis Vicary 18:25; Carl Soderberg 18:36; Angela Ripley 18:57; Pierre Roy 19:07; Benton Shattenberg 20:00; Amy Ireland 20:59; Mike Patrico 21:05; Peter Moore 21:22; Brent Andersen 22:29; Louisa Moore 22:57; Paul Becker 24:17; Mike Weigang 24:54; Mary Becker 25:37; Marie Strouse 25:54; Michelle Andersen 29:20



At Dedham, Mass.

Husky Spring Open

Southern Maine Results

200: 5. Jeremy McKeon 23.30; 400: 6. Ian Golder 53.18, 7. Mason Shepard 53.68; 800: 5. Ben Manning 2:04.13; 5000: 2. Tyler Jasud 15:23.24; 3000 steeplechase: 4. Gregory Voner 11:23.84, 5. Dan Pontbriand 11:31.70, 7. Colin Benham 11:38.99; 4×400 relay: 2. Southern Maine B 3:33.23, 4. Southern Maine A 3:36.43; high jump: 6. Nate Fogell 5-10; shot put: 7. James Spaulding 42-2.75

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