EVANSTON, Ill. — Lewiston’s Isaiah Harris earned his sixth Big Ten championship Sunday, winning the 800 meters with a time of 1 minutes, 45.31 seconds.

Harris, a Penn State junior, is now a three-time champion in the 800 both outdoors and indoors.

Harris also ran the anchor leg in the 1,600 relay and posted the fastest split time – 46.15 – but Penn State finished sixth.

GNAC HONORS: Falmouth High graduate Kourtney Bonsey was chosen as Great Northeast Athletic Conference coach of the year for men’s and women’s track after she guided Regis to a sweep of the GNAC championships.

Noah Hutchinson of St. Joseph’s was named rookie of the year for men’s field events, and Emma Belyea of St. Joseph’s was selected as women’s field rookie of the year.

WOMEN’S LACROSSE

BOWDOIN 18, STEVENS 8: Eliza Denious scored four goals, and Hannah Hirschfeld added three goals and two assists as the Polar Bears (14-5) advanced to the third round of the NCAA Division III tournament with a win over Stevens Institute of Technology (14-6) in Brunswick.

Bowdoin led 9-7 early in the second half before breaking the game open with eight straight goals. Amanda Anderson scored three goals, Elizabeth Growney had two goals and three assists, and Katie Miller collected two goals and two assists. Natalie Rudin also scored twice.

The Polar Bears will play The College of New Jersey on Saturday at a site to be determined.