STONY BROOK, N.Y. — The University of Maine men’s basketball team came back from a 15-point first-half deficit, but Stony Brook was able to outlast the Black Bears for a 55-48 America East win.

Maine got as close as 51-48 with just over a minute remaining before Stony Brook held off the rally.

Dallis Joyner had 12 points and six rebounds to lead Stony Brook (20-8, 14-2). Alasdair Fraser led Maine (12-16, 6-10) wtih 12 points and 10 rebounds.

Women’s squash

Colby 8, Tufts 1: The Mules end the season ranked 21st in the country after a win in the consolation round of the College Squash Association Walker Cup at Harvard University.

Sophomore third position player Lindsey McKenna became the second Colby player to reach 20 wins for the season. She went 3-0 in national tourney play to improve to 20-9. Kate Pistel finished the season with a team-best 22-7 record at the first position after an easy 3-0 win. Molly Parsons had to go five games to win at the second spot to move her season record to 17-12.


Men: Colby’s Mason Roberts made it three days in a row with a school record and a top-eight finish at the New England Small College Athletic Conference Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships at Williams College.

Roberts was second in the 200-yard breaststroke with an NCAA B cut qualifying time of 2 minutes 4.08 seconds in the championship final. He broke the school record with a 2:05.95 in the preliminary race then topped that in the final. Roberts had finishes of second, third and sixth in the three-day meet.

Men’s lacrosse

UNE 14, Husson 6: Nick Gross, Dan O’Gorman and Geoff Bruno each had a hat trick to lead the Nor-Easters to the season-opening win in Bangor.

Tyler Thomas, Dylan Thomas, Matt Anderson, George Jenkins and Eddie Burke also scored for UNE (1-0-0).

Ben Landry had a hat trick for Husson (0-1-0) while Mitch Heaps, Wayne Stubbs and Messalonskee graduate Chris Pelletier also scored.