PURCHASE, N.Y. – Tyler Thomas and Dylan Thomas each had three goals and combined for five assists Thursday for the University of New England, which outscored Manhattanville by six in the second half for an 11-6 win in men’s lacrosse.

Dylan Thomas had two goals, and Tyler Thomas and Geoff Bruno scored in the third quarter as the Nor’easters (5-3) scored four unanswered goals for a 9-4 lead.

The Nor’easters scored twice in under a minute beginning six minutes into the first quarter for a 2-0 lead.

Three minutes later, Tyler Thomas made it 3-1 and the Valiants (1-6) scored in the final 30 seconds of the quarter.

UNE maintained a 5-4 lead after both teams scored twice in the second quarter.

ST. JOSEPH’S 12, UM-FARMINGTON 5: Jonathan Horgan had three goals, and Paul Dolewa and Nathan Hopkins chipped in two apiece as the Monks (1-5) handled the Beavers (0-2) at Portland.

Max Meserve had five assists and Horgan three for the Monks, who took control with six straight goals extending from late in the first period to midway through the third.

WOMEN’S LACROSSE

BOWDOIN 13, HAMILTON 11: Elizabeth Clegg and Betsy Sachs scored in overtime as the Polar Bears (3-2, 2-1 NESCAC) recovered from a second-half rally by the Continentals (2-4, 1-3) at Clermont, Fla.

Taylor Wilson and Carolyn Gorajek had three goals each. Clegg and Sachs added two apiece for Bowdoin.

Wilson and Gorajek scored twice and Clegg and Sachs also scored in the first half to put Bowdoin ahead 6-2.

Hamilton got the final four goals of regulation, including two by Rachel Friedman.

SOUTHERN MAINE 18, ST. JOSEPH’S 7: Rosie Forster and Shelby Turcotte had four goals each, and the Huskies (4-3) ended the half with an 8-1 run over the Monks (2-2) at Portland.

Forster had three goals and Jacki Kelly two during the run that put USM up 11-3.

Kelly and Jenna Cyr finished with three goals. Cassie Diplock had two goals for the Monks.

BASEBALL

WORCESTER STATE SWEEPS USM: Nick Gezotis had six hits and five RBI as the Lancers (4-8) took two from the Huskies (5-3) by scores of 8-3 and 8-4 at Auburndale, Fla.

Gezotis had three hits, including a double, and three RBI in the opener, and two doubles, a single and two RBI in the second game.

Anthony Pisani and Forrest Chadwick had two hits in the opener for USM. David Ricker, Matt Verrier and Tucker White each drove in a run.

The Huskies scored three runs in the first inning of the second game on a single by Nick Grady and two errors.

The Lancers went ahead for good with a four-run fifth for an 8-3 lead.

BOWDOIN, ALLEGHENY SPLIT: The Polar Bears (9-5) won the opener 4-3 in eight innings, then lost the second game 9-1 on three rallies by the Gators (3-7) at Clermont, Fla.

Tim Welch allowed no earned runs, four hits and a walk, strucking out three in six innings for Bowdoin.

Ian Edwards gave up the two runs in the seventh that made it 3-3.

The Polar Bears scored in the eighth when Tim McGarry was hit by a pitch with the bases loaded. Henry Van Zant got the last three outs for his second save.

In the second game, the Gators scored two in the third, four in the fifth and three in the seventh.

WOOSTER 14, COLBY 2: The Fighting Scots (7-3) scored 10 runs over the final three innings, including six in the eighth, against the Mules (3-5) at Fort Myers, Fla.

Colby scored its runs in the fourth on a bases-loaded walk and an error.

Nik Atsalis had two hits for the Mules, including a double.

BROWN 22, MAINE 4: The Bears (1-7) scored multiple runs in every inning except two and routed the Black Bears (6-12) at Providence, R.I.

Cody Slaughter and Wes Van Boom each drove in five runs and were among five Bears with three hits.

Brown capped it with an eight-run eighth.

Maine, which trailed 5-4 after three innings, scored two in the second on a fly out and a single, and two in the third on an error and a sacrifice fly.

SOFTBALL

UNE 8, UMASS-DARTMOUTH 2: The Nor’easters (6-4) scored three in the third and four in the seventh to beat the Corsairs (1-7) at Cape Coral, Fla.

UNE 7, WORCESTER STATE 6: The Nor’easters (7-4) ended it with three runs in the seventh inning against the Lancers (2-8) at Cape Coral, Fla.

UNE got those runs on consecutive singles by Amanda Vaudreuil, Adrienne Chase and Ali Stanley.

BOWDOIN 9, ALLEGHENY 1: Melissa DellaTorre pitched a four-hitter and the Polar Bears (11-3) capitalized on nine errors for the win at Clermont, Fla.

DellaTorre stuck out eignth and walked two. Bowdoin scored three in the fifth and sixth.