AUBURNDALE, Fla. — Scott Goldberg and Greg Ladd threw shutouts Thursday as Colby swept the University of Chicago in baseball, 3-0 and 5-0.
Goldberg struck out five, walked none and allowed three hits in the opener for the Mules (6-1).
Tim Corey hit an RBI single in the second inning, Tyler Starks added one in the fourth and Dan Csaplar scored on a double play in the sixth.
Ryder Arsenault had three hits and Kevin Galvin added two to pace Colby in the second game. Chicago falls to 0-8.
USM 16, MIT 4: Forrest Chadwick was 4 for 5 with two doubles and two RBI as the Huskies (10-3) routed the Engineeers (4-3-1) at Cambridge, Mass.
Sam Dexter had three hits and drove in three runs, and Chris Bernard added two hits and three RBI. Jake Glauser and Matt Bender also had three hits among Southern Maine’s 19.
MIDDLEBURY 4, COLBY 0: Elizabeth Morris and Neve Stearns combined to hold the Mules (3-6) to two hits in a loss to the Panthers (6-3) at Clermont, Fla.
CARTHAGE 4, COLBY 1: The Reds (6-3) scored twice in the first inning and held on at Clermont, Fla.
Katie McLaughlin doubled and scored for Colby in the second.
BABSON 5, UNE 4: Kyle Barsalou scored with 2:51 remaining in the second overtime to send the Beavers (4-5) over the Nor’easters (3-6) at Biddeford.
Neither team led by more than a goal in a back-and-forth game that Scott Doten of Babson sent to overtime by scoring with 1:25 left in regulation.
Dan Auger, Patrick Wolfe, Dan O’Gorman and Connor Leggett scored UNE’s goals. Geoff Bruno had two assists.
USM 12, MAINE MARITIME ACADEMY 9: The Huskies (1-5) used five unanswered goals in the last 5:17 of the first half to take control and held off the Mariners (1-4) at Castine.
Austin Watts scored three times for USM, which led 8-5 at the break. Burleigh Desjardins, Seth Wing and Dylan Kenney added two goals each.
Nicholas Betti had three goals for Maine Maritime.
ENDICOTT 14, UNE 9: Meghan Lennon had four goals and two assists, Callie Murphy added three goals and two assists, and the Gulls (6-1, 2-0 Commonwealth Coast Conference) beat the Nor’easters (5-3, 0-1) at Beverly, Mass.
Hannah Tavella scored five goals for UNE.