WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Lindsay McCabe and Alex Mintz both scored overtime goals to help the sixth-ranked Colby College women’s lacrosse team take an 11-9 win over Williams in New England Small College Athletic Conference play Saturday.

Katharine Eddy finished with two goals and two assists, while Katie Griffin added three goals for the Mules (9-1, 6-1 NESCAC). Lindsey McKenna and Mintz also had two goals apiece, while Hilary Barr had one score.

Williams (7-5, 2-5 NESCAC) scored the final two goals of regulation to tie the game at 9-9. Sam Weinstein scored unassisted with 4:29 to play and teammate Natalie Gill added the tying score with 3:02 remaining.

Michelle Burt stopped 10 shots in net for Colby. Ali Pitch had seven saves for Williams.

Baseball

Maine 19-8, UMBC 0-7: Eric White had himself quite a day for the Black Bears.

The Brewer native belted a solo home run in the top of the 10th inning in Game 2 to snap a 7-7 game and lift the Black Bears to an America East doubleheader sweep. White hit two of his team’s four home runs in the opener.

White went 4 for 5 with four RBI’s. Colin Gay and Kyle Silva also homered for Maine (20-14, 10-3 in America East). The Black Bears banged out 20 hits while Tommy Lawrence allowed one hit in five innings to earn the victory.

In Game 2, Sam Balzano went 5 for 5 with two RBI’s and two runs scored for Maine. White went 2 for 4 with his home run.

Bowdoin 7, Colby 0: Oliver Van Zant threw the fifth no-hitter in Bowdoin’s 146-year baseball victory to lead the Polar Bears over the Mules in Brunswick.

Bowdoin’s career strikeout leader, Van Zant allowed just two Mules to reach base – both on clear errors – and struck out 11 batters to earn the victory.

Dan Findley went 2-4 with two RBI to lead Bowdoin (14-9, 5-2 NESCAC). Colby is now 7-9, 0-4 in conference play.

Softball

Binghamton 11-5, Maine 2-0: Jean Stevens hit her league-leading 11th home run in the opener and EmJ Fogel had a pair of hits on the day, but it wasn’t enough for Maine to avoid a sweep in an America East doubleheader in Vestal, N.Y.

Lisa Cadogan hit a two-run home run for Binghamton in the opener while Caytlin Friis hit a three-run shot in the second game.

Castleton 6-1, Thomas 0-0: Brittany Bra went 3 for 4 with two RBI’s in the opener and Castleton pitchers held Thomas to 10 hits on te afternoon in a NAC doubleheader at Waterville.

Taylor Livel pitched a shutout in the opener, allowing four hits and striking out seven. She had the save in Game 2 after Emiy Sweene piced six shutout innings for Castleton.

McKayla Gastia had two hits on the day for Thomas (0-20).

UMF 16-13, Green Mountain 0-4: Lily Barry had a double, triple and drove in five runs to lead the Beavers in the opener of a NAC doubleheader. Former Erskine standout Meryl Bond had a pair of doubles and three RBI’s for UMF as well. Hanah Lust also drove in three runs.

In Game 2, Kaitlyn Bartlett homered and Emily Soule went 2 for 4 with an RBI to lead the Beavers (7-6).

Green Mountain dropped to 0-20.

Men’s lacrosse

Williams 11, Colby 8: Williams College goalie Dan Whittam made 17 saves and Evan Dedominicis had three goals and one assist as the Ephs took the win at Bill Alfond Field in Waterville.

Greg McKillop had two goals and four assists, while Chip Grossman had three goals to pace the Mules (5-7, 1-6 NESCAC). John Jennings had a pair of goals. Tyler Will made eight saves for Colby.

Williams improved to 5-5, 3-4 in NESCAC play.

New England College 27, UMF 4: Brian Gillis and Koda-Wataka Robinson each scored five goals as New England College cruised to the NAC victory. Garrett Naimie, AJ Aitoro and Chris Collins each chipped in with three goals for NEC as well.

Mike Foley had a goal and an assist for UMF.

Thomas 8, Johnson State 7: Gunnar Shelton had three goals and one assist to help the Terriers win a back and forth North Atlantic Conference game in Waterville.

Shelton’s goal with 11:39 left in the game was the only goal of the fourth quarter, and gave Thomas (3-6, 2-2 NAC) the lead for good. Jordan Marino had a goal and three asssts for the Terriers. Jesse Morkeski made 10 of his 19 saves in the fourth quarter for Thomas.

Matt Dekens and Tanner Cross each had two goals for Johnson (0-7, 0-5).

Women’s lacrosse

Thomas 15, UMF 13: Jennifer Day had four goals and three assists to lead Thomas to the NAC victory. Brittany Premo also scored four goals for the Terriers (7-4) while Miranda Tinsman added a pair.

Ayla Allen led UMF (3-7) with six goals

Softball

Bowdoin 4, Colby 0: Melissa DellaTorre collected seven strikeouts for the Polar Bears in the shutout win over the Mules in Brunswick.

Gen Barlow and Adriane Krul each drove in a run in the first inning to stake Bowdoin (16-9, 3-4 NESCAC) to a 2-0 lead.

Meghan Lewia had a third inning double for Colby (8-7, 2-2).

Track and field

Oakland native Jesse Labreck won the 100-meter hurdles with a time of 13.79 at the UNH Wildcat. Her time puts her in the top three in school history in the event and qualified her for the ECAC championships. UNH won the meet with 271.5 points while Maine was second with 156.

Colby runners Charlie Coffman and Dylan Nisky had big days at a quad meet at MIT.

Coffman won the 5,000-meter run in 15 minutes, 11.23 seconds while Nisky won the 800 (1:54.29).

Also at the meet, Watervikle native and Bates sophomore Isaiah Spofford finished second in the 100-meter dash in 11.35.

The Colby College women’s track and field team had five individual winners and two victorious relay teams at MIT on Saturday.

The Colby winners included: Frances Onyilagha in the 200 (25.29), Emily Doyle in the 400 (57.53), Abbott Matthews in the hammer throw (153-11), Catherine McClure in the 5,000 meters (17:44.67), and Brittany Reardon in the 100 hurdles (14.96).

Brittney Bell, Reardon, Doyle and Onyilagha won the 400 relay in 48.93. The 1,600 relay squad of Doyle, Onyilagha, Emily Tolman, and Bell won in 3:55.84.

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