AUGUSTA — Arreonte Lee scored a game-high 31 points and Allyssa Marson added 30 to lead the University of Maine at Augusta women’s basketball team past the College of St. Joseph (Vt.) 92-50 on Sunday afternoon.

The Moose (3-3), which led 40-28 at the half, also received a big game from Coreinne Dingley, who scored 18 points. Haley Madore grabbed 18 rebounds while Lee had 13 to finish with a double-double. Lee also had 11 steals.

Brooke Griswold scored 15 points to lead St. Joseph (2-1).

Minnesota 77, Maine 60: Micaella Riche and Rachel Banham each scored 16 points to lead Minnesota in a Subway Classic game in Minneapolis.

The Black Bears (1-4) trailed by just four points midway through the second half, but the Golden Gophers (4-0) surged ahead for the victory.

Ashleigh Roberts scored 23 points, her fourth-straight game in double figures, to lead Maine.

Roberts and Danielle Walczak were named to the Subway Classic all-tournament team.

Men’s basketball

St. Joseph (Vt.) 103, UMA 70: Casey Hall scored 32 points and grabbed 11 rebounds to lead St. Joseph. Ramel Anderson and Dre Anderson each scored 21 points for St. Joseph (3-1).

Cony graduate Walker Cooper scored a team-high 19 points and grabbed seven rebounds to lead the Moose (1-4). Andrew Pullen, also a Cony grad, scored 15 points and Keith Chesley added 14 for UMA. Garrett Alley grabbed eight rebounds.

Babson 60, Colby 54: John Wikey led three players in scoring double figures with 16 points and the Beavers won the Babson Invitational Tournament championship at Staake Gymnasium in Babson Park, Mass.

Matt Palazini scored 13 points and Russell Braithwaite added 10 for the Beavers (2-0).

Chris Hudnut scored a game-high 18 points and Connor O’Neil added eight to pace the Mules (1-1).

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