FARMINGTON — Six former student-athletes will be inducted into the University of Maine at Farmington Hall of Fame on Sept. 29.

Crystal Hulit Cormer, Dawn Ann Higgins-Currie, Dan Legage, Dave Long, Troy Norton and Stacy Pinkham Rice will be honored during the ceremony in the North Dining Hall.

Cormier, a 1999 graduate, is among the softball program’s leaders in career batting average, home runs and RBIs. She was named the Maine Athletic Conference Player of the Year in 1999.

Higgins-Currie left UMF as the top scorer in women’s basketball history and was twice named to the Kodak All-America honorable mention.

Legage, a 1995 graduate, was a two-time all-conference player for the men’s basketball team. he finished with more than 1,300 career points and was the second player in UMF history to total more than 500 points in a season.

Long earned NAIA All-American first-team status in 1995 and was named to the all-MAC first-team three times as a men’s soccer player.

Norton earned all-MAC first team men’s basketball honors in 1996 and finished his career with more than 1,200 points.

Rice was a two-sport athlete at UMF, playing field hockey and softball. She garner all-conference honors in both sports.

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The Colby women’s lacrosse team will Endicott College at 7 tonight in an NCAA Division III tournament game.

The eight-ranked Mules (13-2) are playing in their sixth NCAA tournament and have won four opening round games at home.

Endicott is 12-5 and earned its bid to the tournament by winning the Commonwealth Coast Conference tournament.

The Gulls have four players with 59 or more points. Senior attacker Morgan DeShaw leads the team with 58 goals and 28 assists, while junior midfielder Holly Davis has 51 goals and 10 assists. Also, junior attacker Kelly Tierney had 40 goals and 24 assists.

Colby had a 15-game home winning streak before losing to Hamilton in the New England Small College Athletic Conference quarterfinals on April 28. The Mules are 24-6 at home over the last four seasons.

Sophomore attacker Lindsey McKenna leads the Mules with 39 goals and six assists. Claire Donegan has 17 goals and 18 assists and is the active career scoring leader with 66 goals and 80 assists.


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