ORONO — The University of Maine’s Myrian Croussette scored with 4:13 remaining in regulation to help the Black Bears tie Union 2-2 in women’s ice hockey action Friday at Arena.

Croussett’s goal helped the 7-7-4 Black Bears avoid a loss to the one-win Dutchwomen. Dominique Goutsi and Jennie Gallo had the assists. Dawn Sullivan scored a power-play goal in the first period with assists from Brittany Dougherty and Danielle Ward to put Maine up 1-0.

Lauren Hoffman tied at 1-1 for 1-13-3 Union off assists from Lauren Cromartie and Marissa Gentile. Maddy Norton scored an unassisted goal 17 seconds into the third to give the Dutchwomen the lead.

Maine’s Candice Currier saved 15 of 17 shots, while Alana Marcinko of Union turned away 25 of 27 shots.

Women’s basketball

UM-Augusta 60, EMCC 43

At Bangor, Katie Porier scored 22 points in leading the University of Maine at Augusta to victory over Eastern Maine Community College in Johnston Gym.

Ashley Peaslee added 17 points for Moose while Jessica St. Amanda chipped in 14 points.

Sarah Long led the Golden Eagles with 20 points. Angela Levesque scored 10 points.

UMaine-Augusta 60

Trask 1-0-3, Gorham 2-0-4, St. Amand 5-0-14, Peaslee 7-3-17, Poirier 10-2-22, Nelson, Webb, Hixon, Dyer

Eastern Maine CC 43

Ross 3-0-8, Littlefield 1-2-4, Boss 0-1-1, Levesque 4-1-10, Long 9-2-20, Gifford

3-pt. goals: St. Amand 3, Trask; Ross 2, Levesque

Halftime: UMA 28-20

Men’s basketball

EMCC 93, UM-Augusta 82

At Bangor, Jephthe Dubois tossed in 25 points and Thelbert Green 21 to power Eastern Maine Community College to the win.

Edson Pierre had 12 points and Michael Baltimore 11 for the winners.

Orland Holmes paced UMaine-Augusta with 27 points while Wily Walter had 17.

UM-Augusta (2-11) 82

Davey 3-1-7, Paul 1-0-2, Campbell 3-0-8, Holmes 8-8-27, Peasee 1-0-3, Walter 6-2-17, Prior 2-2-7, Ridley 4-2-11, Smith

Eastern Maine CC (3-5) 93

Pierre 4-3-12, Green 8-4-21, Dubois 9-4-25, Rosas 2-0-5, Baltimore 3-5-11, Ames 1-0-2, Reynolds 7-0-14, Knowles 1-0-2, Downs

3-pt. goals: Campbell 2, Peasee, Prior, Ridley; Pierre, Green, Dubois 3, Rosas, Knowles

Halftime: UMA 44-38

Mercer 73, Navy 68

MACON, Ga. — Jake Gollon made a layup with 11 seconds left to play, breaking a tie and sealing a 73-68 victory for Mercer over Navy on Friday night.

The Bears (3-7) trailed 68-66 with 1:11 remaining before Gollon made two free throws to tie the score at 68.

After a missed 3-pointer from Jordan Sugars with 48 seconds left, Gollon nailed the game-winning layup to seal Mercer’s first win since Nov. 26 and break a four-game losing streak.

Jeff Smith led Mercer with 22 points and Brian Mills added 17 points and seven rebounds.

The Bears shot 26 of 48 from the field (54.2 percent) and posted a 35-24 rebounding advantage over Navy — which led by as many as eight, 55-47, with 12:59 left to play.

Sugars led the Midshipmen (4-8) with 23 points and seven rebounds off the bench, while Mark Veazey added 15 and Greg Brown 10.

Fairfield 72, Siena 55

ALBANY, N.Y. — Warren Edney scored 16 points and Fairfield rallied from an early nine-point deficit to defeat Siena 72-55 on Friday night.

The Stags (6-3, 2-0 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference) won their fifth game in a row, their longest run since winning seven straight after a similar 1-3 start during the 2008-09 season.

Leading by two with 16:44 to play, Fairfield shot 63 percent from the field (17 of 27) in the second half to pull away. Siena shot 48 percent (12 of 25) after the break.

Derek Needham added 12 points and eight assists for the Stags.

Fairfield fell behind 16-7 with 11:39 to go in the first half, but used a 10-0 run, capped by five straight points by Edney, to pull ahead.

Siena (2-6, 1-1), which has lost three straight, was led by Clarence Jackson with 14 points. Ryan Rossiter, who came in averaging a double-double, had only seven points and seven rebounds.

St. Francis (N.Y.) 76, Canisius 58

BUFFALO, N.Y. — Akeem Johnson came off the bench to score a career-high 21 points, leading St. Francis (N.Y.) to its fourth consecutive victory with a 76-58 win over Canisius on Friday night.

The Terriers (5-3) trailed 22-11 at the 10:27 mark of the second half, but scored 12 straight to take a one-point lead with 5:57 left before halftime.

Stefan Perunicic went 4 for 6 from 3-point range in the opening half, including one with 31 seconds to go that gave St. Francis a 37-35 lead at the break.

Gaby Belardo led the Golden Griffins (4-5) with 12 points, while Robert Goldsberry scored 11. Elton Frazier had 11 rebounds and 10 points.

St. Francis was 25 for 54 from the field (46.3 percent) and held the Golden Griffins to 19-of-55 shooting (34.6 percent).

Johnson shot 8 for 11 from the floor and led the Terriers in rebounds with eight. Ricky Cadell added 20 points for St. Francis.