FARMINGTON — University of Maine-Farmington coach Dick Meader notched the 400th win of his college career after Dan Kane hit one of two free throws with just under 10 seconds left in overtime to give the Beavers an 89-88 victory over Castleton State Saturday.
Castleton State scored a basket to make it a one-point game, but UMF dribbled out the clock before Castleton could foul and the Beavers pulled out the win.
D.J. Gerrish scored 18 and Roy Burdin added 14 to pace the UMF Beavers. Eric Taylor and Pet Sumner scored 13 and 12 points, respectively.
Tyler Ackley paced Castleton with 17 points.

Castleton State (11-9)

Cochrane 3-2-8, Paul 3-3-12, Ackley 6-1-17, Mustapha, Schneider 2-0-4, Eisenberg 3-0-8, Bennett, Hughes 3-3-11, Knight 5-5-15

UM-Farmington (9-11)

Johnson 3-2-8, Burdin 5-3-14, Kane 3-1-9, Taylor 5-3-13, Sumner 4-0-12, Gerish 8-1-18, Gingras 0-2-2

3-pt. goals: Ackley 4, Paul 3, Eisenberg 2, Hughes 2; Sumner 4, Kane 2, Burdin, Gerrish

Halftime: UM-Farmington 38-27

Lyndon State 86, Husson 84

At Lyndon Center, Vt. , on Saturday Jason Gray’s put-back of a missed shot with two-tenths of a second remaining to give the Lyndon State Hornets a victory over Husson.
D.J. Santos (12 points) hit two free throws with 24.7 seconds left to tie the game for Lyndon.
Josh Jones paced Husson with 29 points and Jay Uhrin added 18.

Husson (15-5)

Jones 11-7-29, McMorrin 6-1-13, Medina 1-1-3, Uhrin 7-4-18, Zaharchuk 5-1-11, Spaulding 1-0-2, Modica 1-2-4, Libby 1-0-3

Lyndon (8-12)

Warrick 6-0-12, Fortunato 4-0-8, Gray 8-1-17, Calkins 2-3-7, Byrd 6-0-12, Santos 4-4-12, Durrett, Mena 2-0-4, Carle 1-2-4, Alers 1-2-5, Sackett 2-0-5

3-pt. goals: Medina, Libby; Alers, Sackett

Halftime: Lyndon 44-35

So. Maine CC 77, EMCC 71

At Johnston Gym in Bangor Saturday, Josh Mackie scored 17 points to lead the Southern Maine Community College Seawolves past Eastern Maine Community College.
Thelbert Green led all players with 30 points and 10 rebounds for the Eagles. Casey Reynolds scored 14 and Michael Baltimore added 11.

SMCC (15-11)

Foster 4-2-14, Bynum 4-0-8, Laing 3-1-7, Wood, Thyng 1-3-6, Nouchanthavong 1-0-2, Bett, Mackie 6-2-17, Findlay 6-3-15, Jardine 1-0-3, Holland 2-0-5

EMCC (6-9)

Dubois 1-2-5, Downs, Pierre 3-0-7, Reynolds 6-2-14, Knowles 1-0-2, Rosas 1-0-2, Green 10-6-30, Baltimore 4-3-11, Gustin

3-pt. goals: Foster 4, Mackie 3, Jardine, Holland, Thyng; Green 4, Dubois, Pierre

Halftime: SMCC 33-31

Middlebury 74, Bowdoin 59

At Brunswick Saturday, four players scored in double digits for Middlebury as the Panthers knocked off Bowdoin College.
Will Hanley scored 20 and grabbed 15 rebounds for the Polar Bears. Ryan O’Connell had 14 points and Justin Nowell scored 12.

Middlebury (18-1)

Wolfin 5-2-14, Thompson 5-2-13, Locke 5-3-13, Wholey 2-2-6, Sharry 4-1-9, Alvarez 1-0-2, Kizel 1-3-5, Davis 4-2-10, Lynch 1-0-2

Bowdoin (13-7)

Defeo 1-3-5, Nowell 5-1-12, Hanley 9-2-20, O’Connell 5-0-14, Staiger 1-2-4, Mathias, Madlinger, Littles 1-0-2, Carter 1-0-2

3-pt. goals: Wolfin 2, Thompson; O’Connell 4, Nowell

Halftime: Middlebury 35-23

UMass-Dartmouth 73, USM 62

At Dartmouth, Mass., Saturday, Brandon Stephens and Colin Burns each scored 20 points to pace the offense for the University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth.
Otis Smith led the University of Southern Maine Huskies with 27 points.

Southern Maine (9-12)

Smith, Pagentine; Stephens 2, Klepadlo, Pavao

UMass-Dartmouth (9-12)

Stephens 8-2-20, Burns 7-6-20, Klepadlo 3-2-9, Tarwoe 3-0-6, Yeadon 2-1-5, Rose 1-0-2, Pulver 1-0-2, Wint 1-0-2, Genkos, Handy

3-pt. goals: Smith, Pagentine; Stephens 2, Klepadlo, Pavao

Halftime: UMass-Dartmouth 28-26

UM-Machias 74, Fisher 69

At Machias Saturday, Hampton Mack led the Clippers with 26 points and nine rebounds as the University of Maine-Machias notched the win.
Zach Pope scored 19 points and Zach Armstrong added 11 to go with 10 from Will Lewis for the Clippers.

Fisher

White, Chisholm 3-1-9, Murphy 1-1-3, Hall, Pursell, Williams 10-1-25, Norford 6-2-14, Brown 7-4-18, Nance

UM-Machias (12-9)

Burke 2-0-5, Smith, Mack 12-2-26, Lupo, Armstrong 4-2-11, Pope 6-5-19, Lewis 4-2-10, Shults 1-0-3, Bethea

3-pt. goals: Chisholm 2, Williams 4; Pope 2, Burke, Armstrong, Shults

Halftime: 41-41

Thomas 96, Green Mtn. 54

At Waterville Saturday, Andrew Duncanson scored 21 points to help lead the Thomas College Terriers past Green Mountain College.
Franklin Salvador scored 12 and Travis Dorsey grabbed 10 rebounds for the Terriers. Isiah Brathwaite scored 10.

Green Mountain (0-14)

Williams 7-3-18, LaCure 3-2-11, Hale 2-3-8, Dunn 2-1-6, Rojas 1-3-5, Tarricone 2-0-4, Woodall 1-0-2, Nakoma, Kimatarale

Thomas (10-10)

Duncanson 9-2-21, Salvador 4-0-12, Brathwaite 3-4-10, Juco 4-0-9, Hoyt 2-3-9, Dorsey 3-1-7, Newton 2-2-7, DeVaughn 3-0-6, Grenne 0-2-2, Jimenez

3-pt. goals: LaCure 3, Dunn, Hale, Williams; Salvador 4, Hoyt 2, Grenne, Juco, Duncanson, Newton

Halftime: Thomas 49-18

Norwich 73, St. Joseph’s 59

At Northfield, Vt., Saturday, Antonio Davis had 12 points and 10 rebounds to help pace Norwich University to the win over Saint Joseph’s College of Standish.
Chris Petzy led the Monks with 17 points and Zach O’Brien scored 11.

Saint Joseph’s (15-6)

O’Brien 5-1-11, Noonan 2-4-8, Vazquez 2-4-8, Kelley 2-0-5, Petzy 6-2-17, Medeiros 1-0-3, Philbrook, Cullen 1-0-2, Ray 0-2-2, Savino 1-1-3, Jobin 1-0-2, McCloskey

Norwich (11-7)

Davis 6-0-12, Kuhre, Marshall 3-0-8, Cabrera 4-2-12, R. Williams 3-0-8, Q. Williams 2-2-6, McDonald 4-0-10, Jeffcoat 5-0-12, Smulders 2-1-5

3-pt. goals: Petzy 3, Vazquez 2, Kelley, Medeiros; Marshall 2, Cabrera 2, R. Williams 2, McDonald 2, Jeffcoat 2

Halftime: Norwich 33-31

Johnston St. 68, MMA 66

At Johnson, Vt., Saturday, Johnson State came up with a defensive stop on Maine Maritime Academy’s final possession and held on for the victory.
Rob Key led Johnson State with 16 points.
Dom Drake of Brewer and Paul Campbell each scored 15 for the Mariners. Shawn Dostie of Augusta scored 14 and Sam Bell of Calais added 13.

Maine Maritime (8-11)

Drake 5-3-15, Campbell 7-0-15, Russell 2-0-5, Ball 0-2-2, Backus, Bell 5-0-13, Meklin 1-0-2, Dostie 6-2-14

Johnson State (5-14)

Turan 4-0-8, Key 6-4-16, Respass, Passino 3-4-12, Hickey, Camisa, Bousono 4-3-13, Abass 2-0-5, Moran 1-4-6, Phelps 0-1-1, Boyd 3-1-7

3-pt. goals: Bell 3, Drake, Campbell, Russell; Bousono 2, Passino, Abass

Halftime: 27-27

Amherst 74, Bates 68

At Amherst, Mass., Conor Meehan scored 21 points to lead No. 5-ranked Amherst College to a victory over the upset-minded Bates Bobcats.
Brian Ellis led the Bates Bobcats with 17 points. Nick Schmiemann had 11 points while Mark Brust and Luk Matarazzo each scored 10.

Bates (12-11)

Ellis 6-4-17, Schmiemann 3-2-11, Brust 4-0-10, Matarazzo 3-4-10, Deegan 3-1-7, Gallant 2-2-6, Squires 3-0-6, Christian 0-1-1, Philbrook, Weston

Amherst (20-0)

Meehan 7-4-21, Toomey 3-12-18, Williamson 3-6-12, Barrise 3-0-9, Kaasila 2-2-6, Waller 2-0-5, Holmes 1-0-2, Killian 0-1-1, Butler, Bennett

3-pt. goals: Schmiemann 3, Brust 2, Ellis; Meehan 3, Barrise 3, Waller

Halftime: 28-28

Women’s hockey
Vermont 1, Maine 0

At Alfond Arena in Orono, Saturday, Chelsea Rapin scored a power-play goal off an Emily Walsh assist 6:05 in the third period as the University of Vermont shut out the University of Maine.
Roxanne Douville saved all 18 shots for 6-14-9 Vermont.
Brittany Ott turned away 24 of 25 shots for 10-15-4 Maine.

Women’s basketball
Thomas 85, Green Mtn. 61

At Waterville, Saturday, Mallorie Blakney and Karin Bird each scored 31 points in powering Thomas College past Green Mountain College.
Bird added seven rebounds, five assists and four steals for the Terriers. Saturday’s game followed a strong Friday night performance for Bird who scored a game-best 29 points in a 90-72 loss to Castleton State.

Green Mountain (3-16)

Malkin 1-0-2, Pease 5-3-13, Caster 3-3-10, Mullins 1-2-4, Hopper 7-6-20, Belessis 1-0-2, Furneaux 2-0-4, Paul 1-2-4, Cojohari 1-0-2

Thomas (6-12)

Martel 2-0-6, Evans 2-0-5, Allen 1-0-2, Blakney 9-12-31, Hutchins 2-0-4, Bird 11-7-31, Matchett 1-0-3, Sheeran 1-1-3

3-pt. goals: Caster; Martel 2, Bird 2, Evans, Blakney, Matchett

Halftime: Thomas 40-30

UM-Machias 81, Fisher 60

At Machias, Saturday, the University of Maine at Machias outscored Fisher College 49-30 in the second half to grab the win.
Kyala Wood led the Clippers with 21 points. Dana Houghton had 19 points and 11 rebounds, Sabree Rodriguez had 15 points and 12 rebounds and Janyne Pringle totaled 14 points and 10 rebounds.
Tiffany Beckham led Fisher with 21 points.

Fisher (5-13)

Bernard 3-4-11, Wadhams 4-4-13, Beckham 6-4-21, Hyatt 2-1-5, Woolley 2-4-10, Gilbert, McFadden, Morency, Halloman, Oyanrabi, McDonnell

UM-Machias (13-8)

Rodriguez 6-2-15, Pringle 5-4-14, Wood 8-5-21, LeGallais 1-0-2, Houghton 9-1-19, Frey, Wormell 1-0-3, Nicely, Hare, Latimer 1-1-3, Shults

3-pt. goals: Beckham 5, Woolley 2, Bernard, Wadman; Rodriguez, Wormell

Halftime: 30-30

St. Joseph’s 68, Norwich 59

At Northfield, Vt., Saturday, Ashley Geel totaled 16 points, 13 rebounds and six blocked shots in leading Saint Joseph’s College of Standish to a road victory over Norwich University.
Megan McDevitt had 15 points and Allie Parent scored 10 points for the Monks.

St. Joseph’s (13-7)

Parent 3-4-10, McDevitt 5-0-15, Geel 8-0-16, Dufour 3-0-7, Drake 2-1-5, Young 3-0-7, Lamb, Shufelt 2-0-4, Moore 1-0-2, Hendrix 1-0-2

Norwich (14-6)

McWilliams 3-4-10, Daniels 11-4-28, Brown 1-0-3, Gingras 1-0-3, Vogt 0-2-2, Butler 2-2-7, Bushey, Fasulo 2-2-6

3-pt. goals: McDevitt 5, Dufour, Young; Daniels 2, Brown, Gingras, Butler

Halftime: St. Joseph’s 32-29

USM 82, UMass Dartmouth 51

At North Dartmouth, Mass., Saturday, senior Kaylie DeMillo sank five 3-pointers and totaled 22 points in leading the University of Southern Maine past the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth.
With her five 3-pointers, DeMillo surpassed Tori Towle for most 3-pointers scored in Huskies history with 197. Towle had 196.
Courtney Chocran had 11 points and 13 rebounds for the Huskies and Haley Jordan scored 10 points.

Southern Maine (14-7)

DeMillo 7-3-22, Jordan 3-3-10, Cochran 3-5-11, Nicholas 1-3-5, McNamara 3-1-8, Garland 1-0-2, Rivet 0-3-3, Callendar 2-2-7, Stevens 0-2-2, Fox 1-0-2, Hurd, Craffey 1-0-2, Rousseau, Reid, Dixon 3-2-8

UMass Dartmouth (6-15)

Debnam, Ashmeade 3-4-10, Bornemann 9-3-21, Sheehan 2-0-6, Houtman 2-1-6, Singletary 1-2-4, Gibson, Best 1-2-4

3-pt. goals: DeMillo 5, Jordan, McNamara, Callendar

Halftime: USM 33-23

Husson 100, Lyndon St. 78

At Lyndon Center, Vt., Saturday, Bethany Sevey led five players in double-figures with 25 points as Husson University of Bangor topped Lyndon State College.
Amanda Gifford scored 21 points for the Eagles. Caitlyn Butterfield had 12 points while Noelle Lincoln and Stephanie Comstock both had 11 points.

Husson (9-11)

Butterfield 6-0-12, Lincoln 4-0-11, Gifford 9-2-21, Sevey 11-1-25, Murray 3-0-7, Duke 1-0-2, Carroll 0-2-2, Albert 2-0-6, McGee 0-2-2, Massengale, Murray, Comstock 5-1-11

Lyndon State (9-9)

Barclay 2-1-6, LaFont 4-0-10, White 4-11-20, Buck 2-0-5, Lawson 6-4-16, McConkey 5-3-13, Diltz 1-0-2, Martin, Sanchez 3-0-6, Adams

3-pt. goals: Lincoln 3, Sevey 2, Albert 2, Murray, Gifford, Duke; LaFont 2, Barclary, White, Buck

Halftime: Husson 62-40

UMF 63, Castleton 58

At Farmington, Saturday, Ashley Busque scored 23 points as the University of Maine at Farmington earned a home win.
Jillian Ross scored 11 points and Paige Saunders added eight points and 10 rebounds for the Beavers.

Castleton State (12-8)

Leonard 3-1-7, Jaques 7-0-14, Bolognani 2-1-5, Powers 7-1-15, Race 3-1-7, Johnson 1-1-3, Conway 1-0-3, Dunchus 1-2-4

UM-Farmington (9-11)

Saunders 3-2-8, Graffam, Morrison 0-1-1, ROss 2-6-11, Oliver, Clement 2-0-4, Busque 6-7-23, Gagne 1-0-2, Gordon 1-2-5, Norton 1-4-7, Whitaker 1-0-2

3-pt. goals: Conway; Busque 4, Ross, Gordon, Norton

Halftime: UMF 36-23

MMA 79, Johnson St. 40

At Johnson, Vt., Saturday, Samantha Goda had 16 points and eight rebounds as Maine Maritime Academy of Castine topped Johnson State College to earn its 13th win.
Maggie Smith scored 12 points for the Mariners while Leah Jackson added 10 points and 11 rebounds.

Maine Maritime (13-7)

Rodriguez 1-0-2, Smith 6-0-12, Pushard 1-2-4, Severance, Goda 4-8-16, Knights 1-1-3, Flannery 0-3-3, Jones, Dufour 2-2-8, Stahl 3-0-6, McCloskey 1-0-3, Hunt 2-0-4, Jackson 5-0-10, Everest 4-0-8

Johnson State (4-16)

Roussin, Himberg, Lilligreen 1-0-2, Mackey, Lavoie, Lepage 1-0-2, Deuell 3-4-12, Hughes 1-0-2, Ferrari 5-2-13, Swainbank, Grover 1-0-2, Tatro, McCullock 3-1-7

3-pt. goals: Dufour 2, McCloskey; Deuell 2, Ferrari

Halftime: MMA 37-12

Colby 85, Williams 71

At Waterville, Saturday, Rachael Mack scored 20 points and Diana Manduca added 18 points as Colby defeated Williams College.
Aarika Ritchie scored 17 points for the Mules. Julianne Kowalski had 15 points and is only 25 points away from 1,000 points for career. She also had 11 rebounds and seven assists.

Williams (19-3)

Baecher 7-2-17, Harding 3-5-12, Greenberg 4-2-11, Jackson 5-0-10, Rehnquist 2-2-8, Rainer 4-0-8, Shea 2-1-5, Jaris, Borderud

Colby (17-4)

Mack 7-6-20, Manduca 7-0-18, Ritchie 5-6-17, Kowalski 4-7-15, Adler 2-0-6, Vaughan 2-0-4, Potvin 1-0-2, McLaughlin 0-2-2, Bennett 0-1-1

3-pt. goals: Rehnquist 2, Harding, Greenberg, Baecher; Manduca 4, Adler 2, Ritchie

Halftime: Colby 44-39

Bowdoin 93, Middlebury 60

At Brunswick, Saturday, Katie Bergeron scored a game-high 24 points as Bowdoin College earned its 13th straight win over Middlebury College.
Amy Hackett had 13 points and Alexa Barry added 11 points and nine rebounds for Bowdoin.

Middlebury (12-7)

Moreau 3-0-6, Perfetti 1-0-2, Sanchez 2-8-12, Surrette 1-3-5, Borsinger 2-2-6, Kirk 3-9-15, Lowry, Pett 2-2-6, Logan, Miller 0-1-1, Marcus 2-0-5, Needham 1-0-2

Bowdoin (18-4)

Donahoe 2-2-7, Henrikson 2-4-9, Bergeron 8-6-24, Barry 5-0-11, Sweeney 3-1-8, Hackett 5-2-13, Piscina 3-0-8, Prue 1-1-3, Coombes 2-2-6, Gould 1-0-2, Sones, Prohl 0-2-2

3-pt. goals: Marcus; Bergeron 2, Piscina 2, Donahoe, Henrikson, Barry, Sweeney, Hackett

Halftime: Bowdoin 47-20

Amherst 74, Bates 62

At Amherst, Mass., Saturday, Caroline Stedman scored 26 points as Amherst College ended Bates College’s four-game winning streak.
Jessie Igoe and Allie Beaulieu both led Bates with 15 points apiece.

Bates (17-6)

Igoe 3-9-15, Beaulieu 5-0-15, Burns 4-0-9, Dobish 3-0-6, McCall 2-2-6, Kelly 1-3-5, O’Connell 1-1-3, Hawkins 1-1-3

Amherst (21-1)

Stedman 8-8-26, Daigneault 8-1-17, Leyman 2-7-11, McCormick 2-0-5, Finucane 2-1-5, Renner 1-2-4, Dunleavy 0-3-3, Voigt 1-0-3, Fiorentino, Long

3-pt. goals: Beaulieu 5, Burns; Stedman 2, McCormick, Voigt

Halftime: Amherst 33-27