Steven Albert, Roderick Maynard and Jonathan Marchia combined on a three-hitter with 13 strikeouts as St. Joseph’s shut out UMaine-Farmington 5-0 in the second game of a baseball doubleheader Monday in Standish.

Jared Gagne and Martin each scored twice for the Monks (12-5).

St. Joseph’s won the first game 6-5 behind three RBI from Anthony DiPrizio. DiPrizio put the Monks ahead 4-3 with a two-run homer in the third. Will Martin’s two-run, sixth-inning double made it 6-3 before Riley Chickering hit his second two-run homer of the game in the seventh for UMF (4-7).

SOFTBALL: Jen Jones struck out seven and gave up three hits in Game 1, and Madelyn Fowler drove in four runs in Game 2 as Husson (5-7) swept a doubleheader against Colby (1-11), winning 9-0 and 11-5 in Waterville.

Morgan Coleman drove home two runs and scored twice in the opener. Olivia Smith added three hits and two runs scored.


Coleman added a two-run double in Game 2. Colby got a two-run triple from Wiley Holton and a two-run double from Paige Hartnett.

WOMEN’S LACROSSE: Aliza Jordan scored five goals and dished off three assists as Southern Maine (4-3) earned an 18-5 win over Husson (2-4) in Bangor.

Jordan scored four times in the first half as the Huskies built an 11-4 lead.

Allison Irish notched four goals, Alex Farley added three goals and an assist, and Colleen Fleming had two goals and three assists.

Elyse Caiazzo had six goals and two assists for St. Joseph’s (7-2) in a 26-4 victory over Thomas (0-5) in Standish.

Kayla Kelly and Madison Beaulieu each added four goals and three assists, and Kara Kelly had four goals and two assists.


WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: UConn forward Azura Stevens is giving up her last year of eligibility and entering the WNBA draft, the school announced.

The 6-foot-6 junior played just one season at UConn after transferring from Duke, averaging 14.7 points and 7.5 rebounds for the Huskies.


VOLVO CAR OPEN: U.S. Open champion Sloane Stephens withdrew from this week’s tournament in Charleston, South Carolina, citing mental and physical exhaustion after her run to the Miami Open title.

Stephens was seeded fourth in the season’s first clay-court event.

Naomi Osaka of Japan and Daria Gavrilova of Australia were among the seeded players who advanced in the opening round.


Osaka, seeded No. 10, topped Jennifer Brady of the United States, 6-4, 6-4. Gavrilova, the No. 11 seed, defeated Ons Jabeur of Tunisia, 1-6, 6-4, 6-3.


NFL: The Tennessee Titans agreed to terms on a one-year deal with linebacker Will Compton, who spent the last five seasons with Washington.

The New York Jets claimed tight end Clive Walford off waivers from the Oakland Raiders.

The 6-foot-4, 250-pound Walford had 70 catches for 768 yards and six touchdowns in three seasons with the Raiders after being a third-round draft pick out of Miami in 2015.


BEATTIE DIES: Bob Beattie, a ski racing pioneer who helped launch the Alpine World Cup circuit more than 50 years ago, died Sunday in Fruita, Colorado, at age 85.

– From staff and news report

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