FARMINGTON — Pet Sumner passed 1,000 career points, but the University of Maine at Farmington’s men’s basketball team dropped a 72-41 decision to Bowdoin on Friday night at Dearborn Gymnasium.

Sumner broke 1,000 on a fast-break layup over two Bowdoin defenders with 2 minutes, 27 seconds left in the game. He is the 17th player to score 1,000 points for the Beavers.

Lucas Hausman paced the Polar Bears (5-2) with a game-high 23 points and Bryan Hurley chipped in with 19.

Uriah Forest-Bulley was the lone UMF (2-5) player in double figured with 16 points.


MAINE 5, UNH 2: The Black Bears scored five unanswered goals to overcome a 2-0 deficit and defeat the Wildcats at the Verizon Wireless Arena in Manchester, N.H.

Blaine Byron and Ben Hutton each had a goal and an assist for Maine (4-12-1), while Devin Shore finished with three assists.

New Hampshire (4-10-1) extended its lead to 2-0 at 6:44 of the second period when Chanter fed Shane Eiserman, who in transition beat Maine goalie Sean Romeo five hole.

Maine answered right back. After multiple passes in the offensive zone, Dan Renouf found Hutton on the blueline. He fired a shot that UNH goalie Adam Clark stopped, but the rebound went right to Byron and he fired it into the back of the net. For Byron, it was his team-leading sixth goal of the season.

The Black Bears tied the game just over two and a half minutes later with a power play goal. Byron found Shore in the face-off circle. Nolan Vesey tipped the Shore shot past Clark to tie the game.

Romeo stopped 26 shots for the Black Bears. Clark made 29 saves for UNH.


UNION 2, MAINE 0: Jessica Kaminsky and Nicole Russell each scored to pace Union at Messa Rink. Shenae Lundberg had 28 saves for Union (4-11-2).

Meghann Treacy had 25 saves for Maine