BANGOR — Winslow graduate Justin Murray hit a jump-shot at the buzzer to give the Thomas men’s basketball team a 73-71 North Atlantic Conference win over Husson in Bangor on Saturday.

Skowhegan graduate Levi Barnes led the Terriers (12-13, 10-8 NAC) with 22 points. Adam Carlsen added 21 points.

Trevon Butler led the Eagles (19-6, 14-4 NAC) with 22 points.

UM-FARMINGTON 71, MAINE MARITIME ACADEMY 68: Pet Sumner scored 19 points to lead the Beavers to an overtime NAC win over Maine Maritime.

Nick Hilton scored 18 points, while Eric Berry added 13 points for UMF (9-16, 8-10 NAC).

Jason Hatch led the Mariners (3-23, 2-16 NAC) with 19 points.

TRINITY 66, COLBY 63: Sam Willson scored 24 points for the Mules in a New England Small College Athletic Conference loss to the Bantams in Hartford, Conn.

Ryan Jann scored 15 points, while Luke Westman added eight points and eight assists for Colby, which ends the season with a 13-12 record.

Jaquann Starks led Trinity (20-5) with 12 points.

UMBC 73, MAINE 66: Kevin Little scored 22 points for the Black Bears in an America East loss to the Retrievers in Baltimore County, Md.

Till Gloger scored 18 points, while Aaron Calixte added nine points for Maine (3-24, 2-12 AE).

Cody Joyce scored 16 points for UMBC (4-23, 2-12 AE).


MAINE MARITIME ACADEMY 52, UM-FARMINGTON 34: Lindsay Ranquist scored 10 points for the Beavers in an NAC loss to the Mariners in Castine.

Meghan Smith added six points for UMF (11-14, 10-8 NAC).

Newport native Mary Badeen led Maine Maritime with 21 points, including five 3-pointers, which set a new school record with 63 3-pointers for the season. Badeen also had 11 rebounds.

HUSSON 83, THOMAS 48: Jordan Agger-Barnes led the Terriers with 19 points and 13 rebounds in an NAC loss to the Eagles in Bangor.

Katie McAllister added 13 points for Thomas, which ends the season with a 3-22 record, with a 2-16 NAC record.

Chandler Guerrette scored 16 points for Husson (17-8, 15-3 NAC).

AMHERST 62, COLBY 40: Mia Diplock scored 15 points for the Mules in a NESCAC loss to the Jeffs in Amherst, Mass.

Carylanne Wolfington and Caitlyn Nolan each added eight points for Colby, which finishes the season with a 16-9 record.

Megan Robertson scored 16 points for Amherst (23-2), which won its 110th consecutive home game.

MAINE 70, BINGHAMTON 56: Liz Wood scored 17 points and had 10 rebounds as the Black Bears won their 13th straight game, beating the Bearcats in an America East game in Vestal, N.Y.

Lauren Bodine scored 17 points and Mikaela Gustafsson added 11 points for Maine (21-6, 13-1 AE).

The last time the Black Bears had a 13-game win streak was the 2004-2005 season.

Binghamton dropped to 4-23, with a 2-13 America East record.


CONNECTICUT COLLEGE 4, COLBY 1: EJ Rauseo scored the lone goal for the Mules in a NESCAC loss to the Camels in Waterville.

Sam Parker had 14 saves, while Jordan Nathan had seven saves for Colby, which ends the season with a 5-16-3 record, including a 2-13-3 conference record.

Tom Conlin had 26 saves for Connecticut College (13-9-2, 10-7-1 NESCAC).

CONNECTICUT 2, MAINE 1, OT: Hailey Browne scored the lone goal for the Black Bears in a loss to the Huskies in Orono.

Kelsey MacSorley added an assist on the play. The Black Bears fall to 10-17-3 on the season.

Sarah MacDonnell scored the game-winning goal for the Huskies (7-17-5).


CLEMSON 5, MAINE 4, 14 INNINGS: Sam Balzano and Luke Merrill each had two hits for the Black Bears in a loss to the Tigers in Augusta, Ga.

Shane Bussey smacked a double for Maine (1-5).

Steven Duggar had two hits for Clemson (3-2).

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