POULTNEY, Vt. — Matt Quesada scored six goals and Scott Dumas added three goals and an assist as Thomas College beat Green Mountain College 17-8 in North Atlantic Conference men’s lacrosse action Sunday.

Bradley Stiles added four goals for Thomas (3-7, 3-2 NAC). Jesse Morkeski made 12 saves for the Terriers.

Ethan Whaley had 13 saves for Green Mountain (1-7, 0-5).

Castleton 14, UMF 0: Alex Green scored four goals and handed out one assist to lead Castleton to the shutout win in NAC action in Castleton, Vt. on Sunday.

Castleton improves to 7-6, 5-0 while Farmington falls to 4-4, 2-3.

Dave DeGhetto and Tom Manley cobined on the shutout, making six stops. UMF goalie Ben Altmaier made 24 saves.

Baseball

Hartford 4, Maine 1: Chris Suchy’s two-run double in the fourth inning gave Hartford the lead, and the Hawks went on to the America East win in West Hartford, Conn.

Simon Kudernatsch hit a pair of triples for Hartford (3-25-1, 1-5). Maine’s only run came on a Joey Martin home run.

Anthony Mannuccia pitched the complete game for Hartford, allowing one run on eight hits while striking out four. A.J. Bazdanes gave up three runs on four hits over six innings while striking out six for the Black Bears (12-20, 3-4).

Softball

Albany 2, Maine 1: Melissa Herndon scored on a groundout to shortstop in the fourth inning, giving Albany the lead and winning run in America East play in Orono.

Winslow’s Brynne Davis went 2 for 3 for Maine (16-25, 6-6 America East), and drove in the Black Bears’ only run.

Brittany MacFawn picked up the win for the Great Danes (17-18, 8-1), allowing three hits while striking out two. Beth Spoehr took the loss for Maine, scattering seven hits while fanning two.

Track and field

The Colby women’s track and field team scored 279.5 points to win the Colby College Invitational on Saturday in Waterville.

Augusta native Bethany Dumas won the pole vault for the University of Southern Maine, with a vault of 10 feet, 11 3/4 inches. Dumas also picked up a second-place result in the 400-meter hurdles with her time of 1:10.19.

Morgan Beede of Augusta took first in the 5,000 meters for USM, crossing the line in a season-best time of 18:50.52.

Winslow’s Christina Massey took third in the long jump for USM (16-1). Hall-Dale graduate Ariel Howes took third in the 100 hurdles in 16.5.

Rowing

Bates takes CBB title: Bates won three of four men’s races, and three out of four women’s races to take the Colby-Bates-Bowdoin rowing title at the Bates Boathouse on the Androscoggin River in Greene.

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