CASTINE — Diana Manduca scored 16 points as Colby defeated the University of Maine at Fort Kent 61-51 in the consolation game of the Mariner Classic on Saturday.

Manduca added five assists and nine rebounds for Colby (1-1). Waterville graduate Jen Nale chipped in 15 points and Cony graduate Mia Diplock added 13 points for Colby. Hall-Dale graduate Carylanne Wolfington had three points for Colby.

Ericka Christensen had 19 points and 11 rebounds for UMFK (0-2).

UNLV 74, Maine 67: Kellie Thompson scored 24 points and grabbed 10 rebounds as the Rebels won in the opening round of the Subway Classic in Minneapolis, Minn.

Aleana Cesarz added 18 points and 10 rebounds for UNLV (1-2).

Ashleigh Roberts scored 16 points and grabbed nine rebounds for Maine (1-3), while Danielle Walczak added 14 points and seven rebounds. Liz Wood chipped in with 12 points, on four 3-pointers.

UMass-Dartmouth 71, UMaine-Farmington 50: Erica Batchelder came off the bench to score 16 points as the Corsairs earned the win at the UMass-Dartmouth Tip-Off Classic. Erika Bornemann led the way with 18 points for UMass-Darmouth (2-0) while Colleen Moriarty had 17.

The Beavers (0-2) were led by Messalonskee graduate Holly Oliver with 14 points and Mt. Abram graduate Kenni Norton with 10.

Men’s basketball

UM-Farmington 60, UNE 58: Maranacook graduate Ben Johnson had 16 points and nine rebounds as the Beavers held off the Nor’easter on the second day of the Charlie Ryan Classic in Waterville.

Andrew Dickey had 11 points and 10 rebounds, while Garrett Clemmer had 19 points and 11 rebounds for UMF (2-0).

Devin Thompson had 22 points for UNE (0-2).

Fisher 80, UMaine-Augusta 67: Tyler Shular scored a game-high 30 points to lead Fisher to the win at the Bates Tip-Off Tournament in Lewiston. Dana Hines added 12 points for Fisher (4-1).

UMA (0-4) was led by Cony graduates Walker Cooper with 21 and Andrew Pullen with 20. Cooper nailed five 3-pointers. Keith Chesley added 18 points for the Moose.

Brown 70, Maine 68: The Black Bears (0-2) rallied from a seven-point halftime deficit but couldn’t complete the win. Justin Edwards led Maine with 14 points while Alasdair Fraser and Till Gloger had 10 apiece. Brown (1-1) was led by Rafael Maia with 21 points.

Colby 74, Wentworth Institute of Technology 61: Three first-year players scored in double figures as the Mules won their season opener in Babson Park, Mass.

John Gallego and Chris Hudnut both scored 12 points, while Luke Westman had 10 for Colby. Danny Chase added nine for the Mules.

Corey Theriault had 18 points and Derek Mayo 16 for WIT.

Cross country

Division I championships: Madison graduate and Purdue freshman Matt McClintock finished 103rd in the NCAA Division I Cross Country Championships in Louisville.

McClintock finished the race in a time of 30 minutes, 45.1 seconds. Kennedy Kithuka of Texas Tech won the race in 28:31.3.

Division III championships: Erskine graduate and Bowdoin College junior Sam Seekins finished 17th at the NCAA Division III Cross Country Championships in Terre Haute, Ind.

Seekins finished the 8K race in 24:51.2. Hall-Dale High School graduate and Williams senior Wade Davis finished 116th witha time of 25:48.7.

Colby College’s Berol Dewdney finished 72nd in the women’s race, finishing in a time of 22:33.2 over the 6-kilometer course.

Women’s hockey

New Hampshire 2, Maine 1: The Wildcats jumped out to a 2-0 lead and held on to win a Hockey East game in Orono.

Megan Armstrong and Brittney Redlick scored for UNH (5-7-1, 3-2-1). Kailey Chappell, Nicole Gifford, Jenna Lascelle and Sara Carlson each had an assist.

Tori Pasquariello scored for the Black Bears (2-8-1, 1-6-0). Audra Richards and Jennifer Moore each had an assist. Brittany Ott stopped 38 shots for Maine.

Middlebury 5, Colby 1: Hannah Bielawski, Sara Ugalde, Caryl Schaeder, Katie Sullivan and Lauren Greer all scored goals as the Panthers won in Middlebury.

Annie Papadellis scored the lone goal for Colby (0-2-0) with an assist by Lauren Guarente. Brianne Wheeler and Angelica Crites combind for 22 saves for the Mules.

Laura Pinsent had 13 saves for Middlebury (2-0-0).

Men’s hockey

Williams 3, Colby 2: Sean Dougherty made 35 saves as the Ephs won a New England Small College Athletic Conference game in Waterville.

Dougherty made 15 saves in the third period as Colby (0-2-0) tried to rally. Brendan Cosgrove scored on the power-play from Scott Harff and Tyler Lingel to pull the Mules within one in the third.

Tucker Dayton, John Wickman and Eric Rubino scored for Williams (1-1-0).

Also for Colby, Harff scored in the first period with an assist from Cory McGrath. Jordan Nathan had 23 saves for the Mules.


Women: Rosie Wennberg, Kayleigh Monahan and Morganne Hodsdon each had second-place finishes for Colby in a 157-109 loss to Amherst in Amherst, Mass.

Wennberg was runner-up in the 50 freestyle in 25.76 seconds. Monahan finished second in the 100 backstroke (1:03.59) and Hodsdon was second in the 200 freestyle (2:01.33). Wennberg also had a third-place finish in the 100 butterfly (1:00.47) and Monahan was third in the 200 backstroke (2:18.17). The relay team of Katie Southworth, Monahan, Wennberg and Hodsdon was second in the 400 freestyle, finishing in 1:43.77.

Heather Cronin was third in the 1,000 freestyle (11:23.20) and the 500 freestyle (5:32.67). Kathryn Lee was third in the 200 individual medley (2:19.17) and Josie Bazemore third in the 200 breaststroke (2:38.00).

The relay team of Monahan, Bazemore, Lee and Wennberg came in third in the 200 medley (1:56.69). Morgan Monz earned a first place in the 1-meter board with a score of 134.47.

Men: Vincent Galea won the 50-yard freestyle and helped a relay team take third for Colby in a 173-103 loss to Amherst College in Amherst, Mass. Galea finished the 50 in 22.12. Paul Wennberg, James Hootsmans, Tyler Lewtan and Galea finished third in the 200 freestyle. Wennberg added a second in the 200 breaststroke, finishing in 2:28.69.

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