RINDGE, N.H. — Hall-Dale High School graduate Ryan Leach pitched a no-hitter as the Franklin Pierce baseball team beat Adelphi 11-0 in the second game of a Northeast-10 Conference doubleheader on Friday.

Leach pitched the first complete game of his collegiate career, striking out 12, walking two, hitting a batter and facing just two over the minimum to earn his fifth win of the season. The no-hitter was the seven in Franklin Pierce history, the fifth for the Ravens in Division II competition.

The Ravens won the first game 7-1.

Maine 9-32, UMBC 14-3: The Black Bears scored a school-record 32 runs to complete a doubleheader sweep with a 32-14 win over the University of Maryland-Baltimore County.

Maine won the first game of the America East doubleheader 9-3.

In the second game, Tyler Patzalek went 3 for 6 with six RBIs, while Alex Calbick was 2 for 4 with a grand slam and six RBIs for Maine (14-14, 2-0 in the conference). Ian Leisenheimer added two hits and five RBIs.

In the first game, Calbick went 2 for 3 three with RBIs. Steve Perakslis earned the win, allowing nine hits, while striking out five and walking none in a complete game effort.

Thomas 11-7, Lyndon State 1-2: The Terriers scored three runs in the top of the fifth to break open the first game and scored four in the sixth to win the second game of a doubleheader sweep in Lyndon Center, Vt.

Waterville graduate Tim Locke earned the win in Game 1 for Thomas (11-9, 7-1 in the North Eastern Collegiate Conference Eastern Division). Locke pitched six innings, allowing five hits and zero earned runs, while striking out five and walking three. Ben Goodall went 3 for 4 with three singles and three RBIs.

In Game 2, Thomas took advantage of three straight errors by Lyndon State (2-16, 1-11) to take the lead for good.

Men’s lacrosse

UM-Farmington 15, Green Mountain College 4: Brandon Melville had four goals and an assist as the Beavers earned their first North Atlantic Conference in of the season, beating the Eagles in Farmington.

Tennessee Peters added three goals and an assists, while David Grainger and Brandon Moore each had two goals for UMF (2-5, 1-2 in the conference). Matt Roy had three assists and a goal, while David Cram, Mitchell Keim and Jake Linkletter each added a goal.

Forest Teutsch had a goal and an assist for Green Mountain (0-6, 0-3).

Castleton 23, Thomas 2: Alex Green had six goals and three assists as the Spartans beat the Terriers in Waterville.

Sean Machin had a two goals for Thomas (1-7, 0-2 in the North Atlantic Conference).

Castleton State improves to 4-6, 3-0 in the conference.

Women’s lacrosse

Trinity 11, Colby 9: Hadley Duncan had three goals and Liz Bruno two as the Bantams handed the Mules their first loss of the season, in Hartford, Conn.

Lindsey McKenna and Kate Pistel each had four points for Colby, which falls to 8-1, 4-1 in the New England Small College Athletic Conference. McKenna had four goals, while Pistel had three goals and an assist.

Megan Leonhard added two goals for Trinity (8-0, 5-0 in the conference).

Colby-Sawyer 15, UM-Farmington 5: The Chargers scored the first 11 goals of the game and cruised to a North Atlantic Conference East Division win in Farmington.

Britteny Murphy had five goals and four assists for Colby-Sawyer (5-5, 1-0 in the conference). She is now the school’s all-time leader in assists with 72. Molly Prudden added four goals and two assists.

Amie Daniels, Abbey Gilbert, Marisa Hanning, Maddi Kandar and Emma Morrison each had a goal for UMF (2-3, 0-1).

Castleton State 22, Thomas 4: Amanda Flodstrom had five goals and five assists as the Spartans beat the Terriers in a NAC East Division game in Waterville.

Gardiner graduate Jenn Day scored two goals and had 11 ground balls for Thomas. Jillian Lambert and Brianna Yates also scored for the Terriers.


Bates 10, Colby 9: The Bobcats scored four runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to beat the Mules in a New England Small College Athletic Conference game in Lewiston.

The Bobcats (8-6, 2-2 in the conference) had nine of their 11 hits and eight of their 10 runs in the final three innings.

Colby’s Megan Michie had a no-hitter going until the fourth inning.

The Mules (8-6, 2-2) staged a two-out rally to take a 9-6 lead in the seventh on an RBI single by Bri Wheeler.

New England College 14-3, UM-Farmington 8-1: LiAnn Linck had a single, a double, a home run and five RBIs in the first games as the Pilgrims swept a doubleheader from the Beavers in Farmington.

Jessica Kiehl added four hits and three RBIs in Game 1 for NEC (14-8, 6-0 in the conference).

Kaitlyn Bartlett had two solo home runs for UMF (4-8, 2-4) in the first game. Cony graduate Amy Jones added a single, a home run and three RBIs, while Shanon Mitchell had a two-run home run.

In Game 2, Linck added two hits, including a solo home run.

Johnson State 5-4, Thomas 1-4: The Terriers stranded the go-ahead run on first in the fifth inning and the second game of their doubleheader was declared a tie because of darkness, in Waterville.

Megan Russ struck out six and gave up seven hits in the first game to earn the win for Johnson State (7-12-1, 1-0-1 in the conference).

Thomas is now 5-115-1, 2-1-1 in the conference.

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