COLLEGES

Telegram All-State player Ramonas will continue basketball career at Regis

Regis College women’s basketball coach Julie Plant said Wednesday that Deering High standout Claire Ramonas will join the team for the 2010-11 season.

Ramonas was a member of the Maine Sunday Telegram All-State team after averaging 11.6 points, 6.8 rebounds, 3.8 steals and 3.2 assists per game during her senior season at Deering.

Regis competes in NCAA Division III and The Commonwealth Coast Conference.

MEN’S SOCCER: The University of New England announced that Matt Gnall has been named head coach.

Gnall comes to UNE after serving as an assistant at Williams College last season. He replaces Andy Biggs, who resigned in June to accept a position at Brown University.

TRACK AND FIELD

JUNIOR OLYMPIC NATIONALS: Katie Flanders, a junior at Gorham High School, finished in first place in the 15-16 age group for the 3,000-meter racewalk at the USATF Junior Olympic National Championship in Sacramento, Calif.

Flanders finished the race with a time of 16:16.48, which was 48 seconds faster than the second-place finisher.