June 21, 2018
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Thomas baseball sweeps Concordia

MESA, Ariz. — Rob Nutter’s single to left field scored Josh Gray (single) with one out in the eighth inning Wednesday, lifting Thomas College of Waterville to a 7-6 baseball victory in the second game and a sweep of their doubleheader against Concordia.

The Terriers won the first game 10-6.

In Game 2, the Terriers (2-2) erased a 6-3 deficit in the last two innings and won it in extra innings.

Eric Sucy pitched two scoreless innings in relief for the win. Jeff Richardson posted two singles and two RBIs for Thoams, while Ethan Hurley had two singles and an RBI among 10 hits.

Mathew Scasny singled twice for Concordia (Wis.), which is 0-6.

In Game 1, Hurley knocked in two runs with two singles and Wes Perrault singled twice. Jeff Richardson provided a single and two RBIs for the Terriers. Danny Burke went six innings to earn the win.

Adam Martz and David Enters had run-scoring singles for Concordia.

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At Worcester, Mass., Jeffrey Wasson tallied six goals and an assist to power Clark University to victory.

Nick Figliola scored four goals and Chris Johnson added two goals and two assists for the 3-2 winners. Andrew DeVito and Kevin Banta combined for seven saves.

Andrew DiSalvo led Maine Maritime Academy of Castine (0-3) with a goal and an assist. Brian Corain and Tom Houle netted a goal each and Alex Hermes added an assist. Gavin Cote made 11 saves.

Thomas loses two
At Clermont, Fla., Babson College beat the Terriers 10-1 in the first game and Elmhurst shut out Thomas 10-0, both games going five innings.

In the opener, Nicole Latini knocked in five runs with a homer, a triple and a double to power Babson (5-4). Ashleigh Phelps added two doubles and a single with two RBIs to back winning pitcher Christina Miquel.

Lauren Hachey doubled for Thomas (2-2) and Sara Pavento took the loss.

In Game 2, Lindsay Nauman fired a no-hitter to propel Elmhurst. She struck out six and walked one, the only baserunner.

Sarah Cademartori, Bella Masini, Meg Griffin and Rose Wysocki had two hits apiece.

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