WATERVILLE — The Thomas College baseball team earned a key North Atlantic Conference sweep over Colby-Sawyer on Saturday, winning Game 1, 5-4, on Michael De Los Santos’ double down the right field line in the bottom of the seventh.

The Terriers took Game 2, 5-1.

Trailing 4-3 entering the bottom of the seventh inning of game one, De Los Santos’ double scored Matt Romandetti with the game-winning run. De Los Santos had three hits in the game. Dominic Esposito earned the win in relief of Isiah Fleming.

In game two, Derek Kane threw a complete game three hitter for Thomas (10-14, 8-6 NAC) for the win. Nik Beeson and Romandetti each drove in two runs for the Terriers.

Thomas and Colby-Sawyer (0-22, 0-12 NAC) are scheduled to start a Sunday doubleheader at noon.

MAINE 4-4, HARFTORD 3-3: Justin Courtney went five innings for Maine to earn the win in game two of a doubleheader, as the Black Bears picked up the America East sweep in Orono.

Brian Doran drove in a pair of runs for Maine (14-20, 4-6 America East). Steven Adam had two hits for the Black Bears.

In game one, Maine scored three runs in the bottom of the eighth inning to take the win. Doran’s two-run double gave Maine the lead. Charlie Butler earned the win with two innings of scoreless relief of Scott Heath.

NEW ENGLAND COLLEGE 4-1, UM-FARMINGTON 2-2: After dropping Game 1 in 10 innings the Beavers rallied to salvage a split with the Nor’Easters at Hippach Field in Farmington.

UNE (6-14, 3-8 NAC) went ahead in the opener when Stanley Petteway scored on a squeeze bunt from Jordan Hubbard in the top of the 10th. Brandon Quirk picked up the win after allowing just one earned run on six hits in a complete-game effort.

UMF (13-7, 6-6 NAC) returned the favor in Game 2, though, as Chad Snowman scored on a sacrifice fly from Sean Cabaniss in the bottom of the seventh and final inning to secure the win. Snowman finished 2-for-3 with an RBI and a run scored for the Beavers.

SOFTBALL

MAINE 4-0, STONY BROOK 2-4: The Black Bears split in their home opener with the Seawolves in Orono. Alexis Bogdanovich picked the win in Game 1, striking out 12 while giving up two runs on three hits and no walks.

EmJ Fogel drove in a pair of runs with a triple for Maine (16-16, 5-3 America East), while Rachel Carlson was 1-for-3 with a pair of runs scored.

Lexie Shue blasted a three-run home run for Stony Brook (20-13, 6-2 America East) in Game 2 as Allison Cukrov picked up the win in the circle.

UMF 8-7, UMPI 0-1: The Beavers offense came to life, pounding out 22 hits over two games to take the doubleheader sweep over UMaine-Presque Isle in Farmington.

In Game 1, Shelby Bryant had four hits and drove in a pair of runs for UMF (4-14). Meryl Bond drove in three runs for the Beavers, while Katie Clark drove in a pair. Courtney Fowler allowed three hits and struck out six for the shutout win.

In Game 2, Clark had three hits and drove in three runs. Bryant also had three hits for the Beavers. Emily Vitone struck out five and gave up three hits for the win.

WOMEN’S LACROSSE

COLBY 12, WILLIAMS 9: Abby Hatch poured in four goals as the 10th-ranked Mules hung on for a win over the Ephs in Williamstown, Mass.

Sasha Fritts added three goals for Colby (9-4, 4-4 New England Small College Athletic Conference), while Dana Swaffield and Kendall Smith each scored twice.

Bridget Milicki had a hat trick for No. 17 Williams (7-5, 3-5 NESCAC).

COLBY-SAWYER 15, UMF 5: Mara Balboni scored a pair of goals for UMF in a North Atlantic Conference loss to the Chargers in New London, N.H.

The loss snapped a three-game winnings streak for the Beavers (5-7, 4-4 NAC). Patty Smith stopped six shots for UMF.

MEN’S LACROSSE

COLBY 17, WILLIAMS 9: A switch in fields did not slow down the Mules as they picked up a win over the Ephs at Seaverns Field.

Colby (8-5, 4-5 NESCAC) — which usually plays at the adjacent Bill Alfond Field — got four goals from John Grimaldi, three from Jack Bratches and two each from Derek Youngman and Austin Sayre.

Steven Kiesel led the way for Williams (8-5, 4-5 NESCAC) with three goals.

LYNDON STATE 22, UMF 6: The Beavers took an early lead, but the Hornets stormed back to take the North Atlantic Conference win in Lyndonville, Vt.

Zack Rowland scored back-to-back goals in the first quarter to stake UMF to a 2-0 lead. Lyndon rallied to lead 12-3 at the half.

Joseph Maldonado made six saves for the Beavers (0-13, 0-8 NAC). Josh Smith had a goal and six ground balls for UMF.


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