LEWISTON — Kaitlyn Bartlett hit a first-inning grand slam and totaled five RBIs in leading the University of Maine at Farmington to an 8-5 victory over Bates College in the first game of a college softball doubleheader Monday.
The Beavers also won the second game 3-0.
In the first game, Amy Jones hit two singles, scored two runs and stole a base for the Beavers. McKell Barnes had two singles and an RBI and Shannon Mitchell doubled and scored.
Anna Marie Martino doubled and singled with three RBIs to pace Bates. Lauren Dobish added a double, single, RBI and a run scored.
In the second game, Kaitlyn Bartlett earned the shutout, allowing just five hits, a walk and three strikeouts in seven innings to improve to 4-2 for UMF. Liz Sargent hit a two-run homer in the seventh, Jones doubled and singled and Meaghan Donnell singled twice.
Courtney Talcott doubled to lead Bates while four other players singled.
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Vaillancourt and Barnes; Finn and Maciejewski
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Bartlett and Donnell; Gattuso and Martino
Bates 5, Thomas 0
At Lewiston, Michael Spinosa pitched seven scoreless innings, yielding only three hits and no walks while striking out six to lead Bates College to a shutout over Thomas College of Waterville.
Mike Antonellis and Kevin McGregor each pitched an inning of hitless relief to seal the win for Bates. Pat Murphy hit a two-run single in the seventh inning while Ryan Sonberg and Noah Burke both had two singles and a run scored.
Jeff Richardson doubled for the Terriers. Cody Vigue and Joshua Gray singled.
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Burke, Sucy (4), Chamblee (6), Babb (8) and Charves; Spinosa, Antonellis (8), McGregor (9) and Webb
St. Joseph’s sweeps Emerson
At Standish, Chris Campbell went 4-for-4 with a double, three singles and two runs scored as Saint Joseph’s College topped Emerson College 11-1 in Monday’s first game.
The Monks also won the second game 8-1.
In the first game, Todd Keneborus had a triple, two singles and two RBIs for the Monks and Ian Lee added three singles and an RBI. Alex Lorenc doubled and singled with two RBIs and Willie Brown added a double and two RBIs. Sam Butts doubled and singled and Mike Pratt hit two singles.
Kolby Woodfield powered Emerson with a home run, double and a single.
In the second game, Alex Markakis hit two singles and knocked in three runs to lift the Monks. Keneborus added three singles and an RBI. Lorenc doubled with two runs and Pratt singled with two runs.
Cal Ciarcia singled and drove in a run for Emerson while Peter Maltzen singled and scored.
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Lyndon State sweeps UMF
At Waterville, Michael Cartularo hit a double, two singles and drove in five runs to power Lyndon State College of Vermont to a 16-7 win over the University of Maine at Farmington in the opener.
The Hornets also won the second game 3-2.
In the first game, Korey Marsh tallied three singles and three RBIs for Lyndon State and Jake Ainsworth had two doubles and three runs.
Zach Keene led the Beavers with two singles, three RBIs and three runs scored. Josh Garneau and Matt Levine both had three singles and Alex Goldrup doubled and singled with two runs.
Shane O’Donnell singled and knocked in two runs for the Hornets.
Connor McNeill hit two singles and scored a run for the Beavers while Garneau had an RBI.
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Earle, Marsh (7) and Trucott; Winchenbach, Messerman (2), James (7) and MacVane
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Schichtle and Trucott; Ashey and MacVane
Husson 11, Thomas 10
At Waterville, Michelle Rancourt scored off a Caitlyn Stauffer assist to break the 10-10 tie and help Husson University of Bangor overcome a 6-3 halftime deficit to beat Thomas College.
Kim Gambon had three goals and an assist to pace the 7-5 Eagles. Stephanie Eaton and Rancourt also had a hat tricks. Rebecca Hatin and Stauffer also scored. Emily Child assisted Hatin’s goal.
Megan Denby and Jillian Lambert both scored three goals for 2-8 Thomas. Kiley Jolicoeur tallied two goals and an assist as Ceara Dibiase and Callie Joseph also scored.
Kaleigh Morneau saved 16 of 26 shots for Husson while Thomas’ Teshia Cates turned away 15 of 26 shots.