CONCORD, N.H. — The Colby College baseball team moved to .500 on the season with its fourth straight victory this week, winning 3-2 and 7-6 against Plymouth State University on Sunday.

Nate Sugarbaker worked into the sixth inning for Colby (10-10) to earn his first victory of the season in the opener. Robb Arndt had a two-run single for the Mules in the first game while Nikolas Atsalis a hit, two runs, two walks, and stole four bases for Colby in the second game.

Bowdoin 7-12, Thomas 6-0: In Brunswick, the Terriers (7-14) dropped a non-conference doubleheader to the Polar Bears (13-6). Ben Goodall and Eric Sucy each had two hits and two RBIs for Thomas in the first game while John Gray and Sucy had two in the second game.

Maine 7-0, Stony Brook 3-7: The University of Maine baseball team split a doubleheader with Stony Brook in games played in Garden City, N.J. The Black Bears (10-19, 1-3 America East) picked up a 7-3 win in the first game, but dropped the second one 7-0 to the Seawolves (19-8, 3-1).


Men’s lacrosse

Thomas 18, Johnson State 5: In Waterville, freshman Matt Quesada scored four goals to lead the Terriers to the North Atlantic Conference win. Scott Dumas, Sean Machin, Bradley Stiles and Jeffrey Morse scored three goals each for Thomas (2-5, 2-0 NAC).

UMF 4, Lyndon State 3: At Kents Hill, the Beavers held Lyndon State scoreless for more than three quarters to post its first-ever North Atlantic Conference win. Kris Gagne, Tennessee Peters, Sean Skillern and Dustin Webber scored for UMF (3-2, 1-0 NAC) while goalie Ben Altmaier made 13 saves.

Women’s lacrosse

Plymouth State 21, Thomas 3: Makenna Bay scored seven goals to lead the Panthers (6-2) to the win in Waterville. Terissa Ridge, Megan Day and Ceara DiBiasse scored for Thomas (2-5).