WATERVILLE — Freshman attacker Sarah Lux scored four goals and three assists to lead the Colby women’s lacrosse team past Wesleyan 13-7 in a New England Small College Athletic Conference game Saturday.

Lux now has nine goals and a team-high 14 assists for the Mules (8-2, 4-2).

Lindsey McKenna added three goals and an assist for Colby as well. Kaylin Berger scored three goals to lead Wesleyan (5-6, 0-6).

Men’s lacrosse

Wesleyan 8, Colby 7: Wesleyan scored the final four goals of the game to rally for the NESCAC victory in Middletown, Conn.

John Jennings scored three goals and Greg McKillop added two to pace Colby (4-5, 2-4).

Wesleyan improved to 7-3.

Johnson State 4, UMF 2: Alex Pritti scored two goals to lead Johnson State in a North Atlantic Conference game at Kents Hill.

Ethan Fletcher scored for UMF.

The Badgers improved to 1-3 while Thomas dropped to 2-2.

Thomas 11, Lyndon State 10, OT: The Terriers rallied from a six-goal deficit to take the North Atlantic Conference win in Waterville.

Matthew Quesada scored with two seconds left in regulation to tie the game, and Sean Machin scored the game-winner in overtime for Thomas (1-5, 1-0 NAC).


Colby 5, St. Joseph’s 3: Connor Sullivan won his third game and Richard Newton continued his hot hitting to lead the Mules in a nonconference game at Coombs Field in Waterville on Friday.

Newton, who came in hitting .459, had two hits to pace the Mules (8-10).

Robb Arndt had three hits to pace Colby as well.

Stony Brook 8, UMaine 1: Stephen Marino had a two-run triple and Stony Brook (17-7) cruised to the America East victory in Shirley, N.Y.

Maine (9-17) scored a run in the fifth inning when it grounded into a double play.

Castleton 14-4, UMF 2-5: Casey Ashey earned the complete-game win for the University of Maine at Farmington in game two of a NAC doubleheader, earning the Beavers a split in Castleton, Vt.

Ashey gave up eight hits and three walks while striking out three. Winthrop’s Russ Schmelzer scored a run for UMF (1-10, 1-1 NAC).


Bowdoin 4-9, Colby 1-5: Kara Nilan won for the second straight day and the Polar Bears (11-13) cruised to a doubleheader sweep.

Amy Hackett hit a home run in the second game to lead Bowdoin.