Local sports results for April 9, 2012

Posted April 09, 2012, at 6:15 p.m.
Last modified April 09, 2012, at 8:51 p.m.

Today’s games

COLLEGE

BASEBALL

Colby at Maine, 4 p.m.

Husson at UM-Farmington (2), 1 p.m.

SOFTBALL

Colby at UM-Farmington (2), 4 p.m.

Maine Maritime at Thomas (2), 3:30 p.m.

Results

COLLEGE

BASEBALL

Saturday’s Results

Bowdoin 3-6, Bates 0-1

Castleton 4-7, UM-Farmington 0-2

Colby 13-7, Brandeis 11-1

Husson 2-7, Colby-Sawyer 0-4

Maine 18-17, UMBC 1-11

Thomas 5-10, Lyndon State 0-0

USM 14-9, UMass Dartmouth 6-5

SOFTBALL

Saturday’s Results

Bates 5-12, Colby 4-1

Boston U. 3-6, Maine 2-1

Castleton 11-5, MMA 0-3

UMass Darmouth 4-0, Southern Maine 2-4

UM-Farmington 10-9, Johnson State 0-0

UM-Presque Isle 12, Fisher 0

UM-Presque Isle 6, Vermont Tech 4

Sunday’s Postponement

Boston Univ. at Maine, no date

Monday’s Results

UM-Farmington 5-7, UM-Presque Isle 3-2

MEN’S TENNIS

Saturday’s Results

Amherst 5, Bates 4

Colby 7, Wesleyan 2

Southern Maine 7, Colby-Sawyer 2

WOMEN’S TENNIS

Saturday’s Results

Bates 5, MIT 4

Wesleyan 5, Colby 4

Sunday’s Results

Brandeis 5, Bates 4

MEN’S LACROSSE

Saturday’s Results

Castleton 20, UM-Farmington 2

Colby 11, Wesleyan 5

Hamilton 12, Bates 8

Husson 21, Johnson State 7

Maine Maritime 20, Lyndon State 2

U-New England 11, Nichols 6

UMass Dartmouth 14, Southern Maine 5

Sunday’s Results

Colby 9, Trinity 7

WOMEN’S LACROSSE

Saturday’s Results

Castleton 19, UM-Farmington 6

Colby 12, Wesleyan 9

Hamilton 16, Bates 9

MIT 14, Southern Maine 10

U-New England 15, Nichols 9

Players of the Week

COLLEGE

America East

Tyler Patzalek (University of Maine junior), baseball player, went 12-for-23 (.522) with three doubles, three home runs, 15 RBIs and eight runs scored to help the Black Bears push their winning streak to nine games. The catcher/designated hitter went 3-for-5 with two home runs, six RBIs and five runs scored in Friday’s 32-14 Game 2 victory.

Scott Heath (University of Maine freshman), baseball rookie, batted .476 in five games with seven RBIs, eight runs scored. The outfielder had a .560 on-base percentage with five walks and three doubles.

NESCAC

Dom Kone (Colby), New England Small College Athletic Conference track performer of week, won the 100- and 200-meter dashes at Fitchburg State Saturday with times of 10.86 seconds and 22.52, respectively.

Little East

Scott Gagne (University of Southern Maine, freshman), men’s tennis, rookie of week, posted a 2-0 mark in singles and 2-0 record in doubles to help USM beat Thomas and Colby-Sawyer.

Christina Massey (USM, junior), women’s track and field, field athlete of week, finished 10th in long jump (17 feet, 9 ¾ inches) at the Davis Invitational, qualifying for three championship meets.

Hannah Wiley (USM, freshman), women’s track and field, rookie of week, set school records in 100 (12.60) and long jump (18-7 ¼) while finishing seventh and second, respectively, at the Davis Invitational, qualifying for three championship meets.

College baseball

AMERICA EAST

(Standings through April 8)

Team Conf. Overall

Maine 4-0 16-14

Stony Brook 2-1 19-9

Albany 2-1 8-20-1

Binghamton 1-2 9-14

Hartford 1-2 8-21

UMBC 0-4 7-21

Saturday’s Games

Hartford at Maine (2), 1 p.m.

Stony Brook at Albany (2), noon

UMBC at Binghamton (2), noon

Sunday’s Games

Hartford at Maine, 1 p.m.

Stony Brook at Albany (2), noon

UMBC at Binghamton, 1 p.m.

UMaine Batting Leaders

April 6-7 series at UMBC

Batting average: Fran Whitten 9-for-16, .563; Scott Heath 10-19, .526; Tyler Patzalek 11-21, .524; Justin Leisenheimer 9-19, .474; Mike Fransoso 9-21, .429; Colin Gay 9-21, .429; Ian Leisenheimer 7-16, .412; Alex Calbick 6-17, .353

Runs: Whitten 9, J. Leiseinheimer 9, Fransoso 9, Heath 8, Patzalek 8, Gay 8, Calbick 8, I. Leisenheimer 6, Troy Black 5; RBI: Patzalek 12, I. Leisenheimer 11, J. Leisenheimer 9, Calbick 9, Whitten 6, Heath 6, Fransoso 6; Doubles: I. Leisenheimer 4, Heath 3, Patzalek 3, Fransoso 3, Calbick 3, Whitten 2, Gay 2; Triples: Whitten, I. Leisenheimer; Home runs: J. Leisenheimer 3, Patzalek 3, Calbick 2, Whitten, Fransoso; HBP: Whitten 3, J. Leisenheimer 2, Fransoso 2, I. Leisenheimer 2

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