COLUMBIA, S.C. — The University of Maine was held to six points in the third quarter Tuesday and fell to Hampton 58-49 in a women’s basketball game at the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame Classic.

Maine (2-4) led 13-7 after the first quarter but Hampton (2-4) roared to a 24-18 lead. The Black Bears rallied to a one-point halftime lead.

The Black Bears then shot 3 of 19 in the third quarter, including 0 of 7 from behind the arc.

Sigi Koizar scored a game-high 25 points for the Black Bears, Anita Kelava had seven points, while Laia Sole added six with seven rebounds.

Malia Tate-Defreitas led the Pirates with 24 points, five rebounds and four assists. Kaylah Lupoe added 12 points and 10 boards.

BOWDOIN 87, UNIVERSITY OF NEW ENGLAND 63: The Polar Bears (2-0) pulled away with a 16-2 run to open the second quarter and cruised past the Nor’easters (3-1) at Biddeford.

Marle Curle finished with 24 points for Bowdoin, which had 13 players scored. Reserves Rachel Norton and Emily Campbell added 11 points, and Kate Kerrigan added 10 points, six assists and four steals.

Reserve Sadie Nelson led UNE with 18 points and six boards.Alicia Brown added nine points and Olivia Shaw had eight.

COLBY 73, THOMAS 46: Ainsley Burns scored 11 of her team-high 13 points in the first half as the visiting Mules (2-1) cruised over the Terriers (3-1) in Waterville.

Katie McCrum and Paige Russell each added 10 points for Colby, which led 40-22 at halftime. McCrum had four rebounds and four assists, and Haley Driscoll contributed eight points, eight rebounds and four assists. Abby Nielsen scored 16 points with four 3-pointers to lead Thomas.

BATES 75, SOUTHERN MAINE 60: Emily Freedland scored 10 of her 15 points in the third quarter as part of a 26-8 run as the Bobcats (1-1) pulled away from the Huskies (1-3) at Lewiston.

Allie Coppola scored a game-high 17 points to go with 12 rebounds, and Nina Davenport added 14 points to go with 11 rebounds.

Emily Nicholson had seven points and seven rebounds as the Huskies took a 35-32 halftime advantage. Bates took the lead for good on a layup by Lyse Henshaw to make it 43-41 with 5:46 left in the third quarter.

SMCC 64, UMAINE-AUGUSTA 49: The Seawolves (8-0, 3-0 Yankee Small College) opened the second half on an 11-0 run and beat the Moose (5-2, 3-2) at Augusta.

Jennifer Conrad had a team-high 16 points with nine boards for SMCC, reserve Kaylah Abdul had 12 points, and Alexis Antonacci and Alicia Ruth each added 11

Jamie Plummer had 22 points and 12 rebounds for Augusta.

MEN’S BASKETBALL

COLBY 83, THOMAS 70: Patrick Stewart had 19 points and five rebounds, and the visiting Mules (2-0) used a 21-7 first-half run to get by the Terriers (2-1) in Waterville.

Reserve Ronan Schwarz added 14 points, shooting 7 of 8 from the field, and Maximilian Steiner scored 13 for Colby, which led 47-32 at halftime.

BATES 81, SOUTHERN MAINE 71: Marcus Delpeche scored 16 first-half points as the Bobcats (1-1) took a 41-30 halftime lead and cruised past the Huskies (2-1) at Lewiston.

Delpeche finished with 29 points and 12 rebounds, and Malcolm Delpeche added 19 points and 11 boards for Bates.

Zach Leal led USM with 22 points, Christian McCue had 16, and James Starks chipped in with 14 points and seven rebounds.

SMCC 77, UMAINE-AUGUSTA 74: Ryan Cloutier knocked down a 3-pointer with 10 seconds left to lift the Seawolves (8-1, 3-0 YSCC) over the Moose (2-6, 1-4) at Augusta.

John Morgan scored 22 points for the Seawolves, who trailed 70-63 with 3:30 left. An 8-0 run capped by a layup by Cloutier gave SMCC a 71-70 lead with 1:36 to play. Dustin Simon-Bragg, who had a game-high 24, scored on consecutive possesions to give the Moose a 74-73 lead with 42 seconds left before Cloutier’s winner. Jordan Holmes added 23 points for UMaine-Augusta.

Cloutier had 18 points for SMCC, and Dylan Silvestri added 12 points and nine rebounds.

MEN’S HOCKEY

BOWDOIN 5, UNIVERSITY OF NEW ENGLAND 3: Cody Todesco had two goals and two assists for the Polar Bears (2-1), who scored three unanswered goals to beat the Nor’easters (3-3-1) at Brunswick.

Matthew Lison opened the scoring for Bowdoin at 10:28 of the first period. Samuel Michaud tied it on a power play 4:08 later, but Thomas Dunleavy put in a pass from Pat Geary with 3:29 to go in the period to give the Polar Bears a 2-1 lead.

Armand Uomoleale and Ian Rodden scored for the Nor’easters in the first 8:19 of the second but Todesco answered. Ricci gave Bowdoin the lead for good 1:37 into the final period and Todesco put in an empty-netter in the last minute.

SOUTHERN MAINE 4, SALEM ST. 0: Brock Padgham had a goal and two assists as the Huskies (4-3) beat the Vikings (2-4) at Salem, Massachusetts.

Southern Maine took a 1-0 lead 12:49 in the first period on a power-play goal by Blue Hayler from Padgham and Brendan Murphy. The Huskies scored twice in five minutes of the second period: Padgham from Hayler and Brett Norman, and Tristan Dundas from Patrick Magliano. Tyler Mathieu completed the scoring 6:21 into the third from Dundas and Padgham.

WOMEN’S HOCKEY

UNIVERSITY OF NEW ENGLAND 2, SALEM STATE 1: The Nor’easters (3-4-1) scored twice in 4:41 of the second period and held of the Vikings (0-5) at Biddeford.

Gabby Crugnale opened the scoring on a power play for UNE at 4:08 from Mary Wirth and Shannon Smith, with Smith extending the lead from Tatum Gietl and Michaela McLauglin.

Sara Walsh got Salem State on the board from Madison Black with 13:48 remaining.

SOUTHERN MAINE 2, COLBY 1: The Huskies (2-5) opened a 2-0 lead early in the second period and held off the Mules (0-2-1) at Gorham.

Julia Buffalini of USM had the only goal of the first period at 17:31. Katie Couture made it 2-0 after 7:11 of the second before Delaney Flynn answered for Colby just 1:22 later.

The Mules outshot Southern Maine 10-6 in the final period.


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