FARMINGTON — Tom Grady became the University of Maine at Farmington baseball team’s all-time career hits leader as the Beavers swept a North Atlantic Conference doubleheader with Lyndon State, 7-2 and 8-6, at Hippach Field.

Grady, an Erskine Academy graduate, finished 4-for-7 on the day with two doubles, three RBIs and two runs scored. He now has 113 career hits. Jon Ladd held the old record of 112. Mt. Blue alum Jimmy Neal homered and doubled for the Beavers (15-12, 8-8 North Atlantic Conference).

THOMAS 1-5, LYNDON ST. 4-3: Nik Beeson’s RBI double in the top of the ninth inning of Game 2 drove in the winning run and helped Thomas split with Lyndon State with a 5-3 win in the nightcap after dropping the opener, 4-1.

HARTFORD 6-4, MAINE 5-1: Hartford’s Chris DelDebbio hit a walkoff home run in the bottom of the 10th of Game 1 in a 6-5 victory. The Hawks went on to win Game 2, 4-1.

MEN’S LACROSSE

LYNDON ST. 26, UMAINE-FARMINGTON 8: Cameron McAllister tallied four goals and an assist but it wasn’t enough for the Beavers to keep pace with Lyndon St. at Prescott Field.

SOUTHERN MAINE 15, W. CONNECTICUT ST. 8: Oakland’s Nate DelGiudice led all scorers with five goals and West Gardiner’s Seth Wing and Keegan Smith added four and two goals, respectively, to send the Huskies to a Little East Conference win over Western Connecticut State in Danbury, Ct.

SOFTBALL

THOMAS 16-10, LYNDON ST. 0-2: Courtney Veilleux drove in five runs to help Thomas College score 26 total runs in a doubleheader sweep of Lyndon State.

MAINE 1-3, ALBANY 2-1: Janelle Bouchard went 4-for-5 with a home run, two RBIs and two runs scored to help Maine salvage a doubleheader split with Albany.

UMAINE-FARMINGTON 3-14, JOHNSON ST. 4-3: Tasha DeRoche knocked in three runs as the Beavers pounded out 18 hits in Game 2 of its doubleheader split with Johnson State in Farmington, a 14-3 blowout after dropping Game 1, 4-3.

WOMEN’S LACROSSE

COLBY SAWYER 14, UMAINE-FARMINGTON 7: Alaina Shorey and Rhi Jackson scored two goals apiece for the Beavers but Colby-Sawyer still spoiled Senior Day at Prescott Field.

MIDDLEBURY 12, COLBY 2: Abby Hooper and Kendall Smith notched first-half goals for Colby but Middlebury pulled away with six goals in a row to pick up the NESCAC win in Middlebury, Vt.

HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL

LAWRENCE 5, MT. BLUE 3: Lily Herrin clubbed a double and two singles and picked up the win in the circle as Lawrence defeated Mt. Blue in a Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference tilt Friday in Farmington.

Sarah Chase added two singles for the Bulldogs (1-1). Lauren Guppy trippled and Olivia Ryan and Rylee Briggs doubled for the Cougars (1-1).

DIRIGO 4, MONMOUTH 3: Emma Leuders had two of Dirigo’s four hits as the Cougars edged Monmouth in a Mountain Valley Conference contest played in Monmouth on Friday.

Mariah Herr, Katie Canning and Mikayla Cameron had a single each to account for the Mustangs’ three hits.