MIDDLETOWN, Conn. — Katharine Eddy had two goals and three assists to help the Colby women’s lacrosse team edge Wesleyan 9-8 in a New England Small College Athletic Conference game Saturday afternoon.

Lindsey McKenna added four goals to lead the Mule.

Colby (4-3, 3-2 NESCAC) never trailed in the game, leading by one or two goals for about 45 minutes. Colby took the lead for good at 20:38 when McKenna converted a high bouncer from the free position for a 6-5 Mule lead.

Colby goalies Michelle Burt and Claire Dickson both had seven saves and each allowed four goals. Wesleyan (5-4, 0-4) keeper Nina Labovich made seven stops.

CASTLETON 19, UMF 5: Castleton scored four goals in the game’s first five minutes and took the North Atlantic Conference win in Castleton, Vt.

Brianna MacKay and Amanda Flodstrom each scored five goals for Castleton (2-4, 1-0 NAC).

Freshman midfielder Jaclyn Langevin and sophomore middie Ayla Allen each scored two goals for the Beavers (2-2, 0-1 NAC), Hannah Goodenow made 11 saves for UMF.

Men’s lacrosse

CASTLETON 22, UMF 3: Zach Davidson scored six goals and six assists as Castleton cruised to the North Atlantic Conference victory at Husson. Alex Green scored three goals and five assists for Castleton (4-3, 3-0 in NAC).

Nikolas Rancourt and Austin Titus each finished with three goals for the Spartans as well.

TC Peters, senior attackmen Sean Berce and Jack Linkletter each had goals for the Beavers (0-3, 0-2).

WESLEYAN 14, COLBY 10: Wesleyan scored the only five goals of the third quarter to pull away for the NESCAC win in Waterville.

Matt Prezioso had three goals and two assists to lead 20th-ranked Wesleyan (7-2, 4-0 NESCAC). Derek Youngman had four goals and three assists for Colby (4-4, 2-3).

Softball

MAINE 9-12, UMASS-LOWELL 1-9: The Black Bears picked up the doubleheader sweep in Lowell, Mass., to extend their winning streak to four games.

Felicia Lennon helped pace the Black Bears’ offense with four hits, including two home runs and five RBIs while Jessica Burk added three hits, including a home run to move her hit-streak to four-straight, with three runs and three walks.

In game one, the Black Bears (12-9, 4-1 America East) exploded for nine runs on nine hits as they defeated the River Hawks 9-1 in a 6-inning run rule shortened contest. Burk and Lennon each homered while each adding two hits and two RBIs in the win.

In game two, Maine used a four-run bottom of the sixth to secure a 12-9 victory over the River Hawks (4-15, 0-2). Lennon went 2-for-5 with three RBIs and two runs scored while Kristen Koslosky added three hits and two runs. Maddie Moore belted her first career home run to assist the offense while EmJ Fogel added two hits and two runs.