FARMINGTON — Amie Daniels scored three goals, including the game-winner, as the University of Maine at Farmington beat Thomas College 10-9 in a North Atlantic Conference East Division women’s lacrosse game Saturday.

Daniels scored on a free position shot with 2 minutes, 30 seconds remaining in the game to give the Beavers (4-4, 2-2) the win. Nateasha Ouellette collected the following draw control and UMF maintained possession to finish off the win.

Emma Morrison and Alyssa Neptune each added a pair of goals for UMF. Molly Carbin and Maddie Kadnar chipped in with a goal and an assist each, while Abbey Gilbert had a goal.

Brittany Premo had three goals, while Ceara DiBiase had two goals and an assist for Thomas (3-6, 0-3). Jenn Day had a goal and an assist as well.

Men’s lacrosse

Colby 10, Williams 9: Senior tri-captain Jonathan McIvor scored five goals and added an assist to lead the Mules to their fifth straight victory.

The victory in Williamstown, Mass., was the first one on the road for Colby (7-3, 4-3 in New England Small College Athletic Conference) this season.

John Jennings added three goals and Ian Deveau had a goal and three assists for the Mules.

Williams dropped to 3-7 overall, 1-6 in conference play.

New England 18, UMF 0: Steve Parsons had four goals and two assists to lead the Pilgrims in a NAC game in Henniker, N.H. Brian Gillis added three goals and an assist for New England (5-6, 4-0).

UMF dropped to 2-7 overall, 1-4 in the NAC.

Thomas 12, Johnson St. 11: Sean Machin scored 1:52 into overtime to lift the Terriers at Minaert Field in Johnson, Vt.

Machin scored three goals for Thomas (2-7, 1-2 in the NAC) while Gunnar Shelton added four goals and two assists. Jesse Morkeski had 21 saves for the Terriers.

Alex Petti had four goals for Johnson St. (2-6, 1-4).


Maine 8-4, Binghamton 2-2: Hilary Kane and Jessica Burk each hit grand slams to help the Black Bears sweep an America East doubleheader at Kessock Field.

Kane hit her grand slam in the bottom of the first in the opener for Maine (9-25, 2-5).

Dagmar Ralphs had two RBIs for the Black Bears in the opener as well.

In the second game, Burk hit a grand slam — her first career home run — in the bottom of the third to give Maine a 4-0 lead.

Beth Spoehr struck out five and pitched a complete game to earn the win.

Jessica Phillips hit a home run to lead the Bearcats (15-21, 6-5).

Tufts 5-4, Colby 0-3: Allyson Fournier threw a perfect game in the opener and then picked up the victory in Game 2 with a strong showing in relief during an 11-inning game.

Fournier improved to 11-0. She struck out 16 of the 21 hitters she faced in the opener. She struck out seven in four innings of relief in the second game, giving her 23 for the day. Jo Clair hit a two-run home run for Tufts.

Castleton 2-5, Thomas 1-0: The Terriers were held to eight hits in the doubleheader as the Spartans won twice in Castleton, Vt.

Emily Sweeney allowed seven hits and struck out six to win the first game. Taylor Lively pitched a one-hit shutout in the nightcap, striking out 10.

Caylee Fleury was 5 for 6 on the day for Castleton (13-14 overall, 8-1 NAC).

Thomas’ Kelsey Crowe was 3 for 3 in the first game.

Thomas (8-20-1, 5-6-1) trailed 2-0 in the first game when Lauren Hachey singled home fellow Messalonskee grad Alei Collier in the sixth inning. Sweeney did some clutch pitching to strand two runners in both the sixth and seventh and preserve Castleton’s one-run lead.

The Terriers committed six errors in the second game, and their only hit was when McKayla Gastia singled with two out in the fourth.

UMF 11-16, Green Mountain 3-5: Meaghan Donnell had three RBIs and Jillian Withee drove in a pair of runs to lead the Beavers in the opener of a NAC doubleheader in Poultney, Vt. Kaitlyn Bartlett earned the victory, striking out seven and allowed just two earned runs in six innings.

Cony graduate Amy Jones homered and drove in four runs in the second game for UMF (10-10, 6-4).

Shannon Mitchell also drove in four runs.

Green Mountain dropped to 1-22.



Thomas 9-5, New England College 2-0: Cody Vigue led the Terriers with three hits, including two home runs and seven RBIs in a doubleheader sweep in Waterville.

Waterville graduate Tim Locke earned the victory in Game 1, striking out four and allowing just three hits in six innings for Thomas (18-9, 13-1 in the North Atlantic Conference). Pierce Byrd added an RBI double.

In Game 2, Jake Chamblee pitched seven strong innings, allowing just two hits, to earn the victory.

NEC dropped 15-12 overall, 5-11 in the NAC.

UMF 11-5, Colby-Sawyer 4-2: Dale Winchenbach drove in seven runs in the doubleheader, hit his first collegiate home run and pitched a complete-game victory in the second game as the Beavers swept the Chargers in Farmington.

Winchenbach doubled twice and drove in five runs in the first game. Matt Woodbury had three hits. The Beavers (5-18 overall, 4-9 North Eastern Athletic Conference East Division) decided the game early with an eight-run second inning, after Colby-Sawyer went ahead on a three-run homer by Tyler Stotz in the top of the first.

In Game 2, Winchenbach walked four, struck out four and gave up eight hits. Ben Yarian and Colin Mello each singled twice for the Beavers. Matt Muldoon and Sean Gavin each had a pair of hits for Colby-Sawyer (13-18, 6-12).

Maine 6-7, Hartford 1-2: The Black Bears extended their win streak to 12 games, sweeping an America East doubleheader from Hartford at Mahaney Diamond in Orono.

In Game 1, Stephen Perakslis allowed just one run on a pair of hits while striking out three for the win.

In Game 2, Maine (19-14, 6-0 America East) took the lead in the first inning when Alex Calbick scored on Justin Leisenheimer’s sacrifice fly. Shaun Coughlin earned the win, allowing two runs and striking out five.

Ian Leisenheimer led the Black Bears with four hits on the day.

Colby 5-10, Tufts 2-4: Colby scored four runs in the first inning of each game to earn rare victories over Tufts.

Tufts had won 30 of the previous 31 games between the teams.

Jason Buco homered and went 4 for 4 to lead Colby (11-12, 2-4) in the opener.

Brady Hesslein earned the win. He allowed four hits and didn’t walk a batter in seven strong innings.

In Game 2, Luke Duncklee went 3 for 4 with two RBIs to lead the Mules.

Sam Sager went 3 for 5 with three RBIs to lead Tufts (13-8, 4-5).

Also Saturday: Gardiner native Hayley Thibeau scored two goals for the Husson women’s lacrosse team, which lost a 22-12 decision to Colby-Sawyer. . . . Skowhegan grad Becca McCarty allowed one hit and struck out eight over five innings as Husson defeated Lyndon State, 10-0, to sweep a softball doubleheader. Maranacook grad Heidi Shaw ws 2 for 4 with a stolen base in the same game. . . . Mt. Blue graduate A.J. Larrabee had four goals and an assist as Maine Maritime Academy defeated Green Mountain 23-3 in men’s lacrosse action. … Hall-Dale High School graduate Ryan Leach pitched seven innings, allowing three runs (two earned), walking two and striking out six in the Franklin Pierce’s baseball team’s 17-8 loss to Bentley in the second game of a doubleheader in Ringe, N.H. Leach was not part of the decision.

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