AMHERST, Mass. — Miranda Bell had two goals and an assist to lift Bowdoin to a 3-2 win against Amherst in a NESCAC women’s hockey game on Sunday.

Bell gave Bowdoin (10-9-5, 6-7-3) a 1-0 lead late in the first period with assists from Jill Rathke and Chelsea MacNeil. Bell made it 2-0 in the second with an assist from Maddie Baird.

Amherst got within a goal when Emma Griese scored four minutes later, but MacNeil added an insurance goal for Bowdoin later in the period.

Eileen Harris scored late in the third for Amherst.

Lan Croft had 39 saves for the Polar Bears, while Yuna Evans had 24 for the Lord Jeffs.

CONNECTICUT 6, MAINE 2: The Huskies (9-17-8, 5-11-5 Hockey East) jumped out to a 4-0 lead and cruised past the Black Bears (10-18-3, 9-11-1) at Orono.

Sarah MacDonald, Caitlin Hewes, Theresa Knutson, Emily Snodgrass, Rebecca Fleming and Jessica Stott each had a goal for UConn.

Emilie Brigham and Jillian Langtry scored for Maine.

COLBY 1, HAMILTON 0: Katie McLaughlin scored in the first period as the Mules (14-10-0, 6-10-0 NESCAC) beat the Continentals (10-0-4, 4-9-3) at Clinton, New York.

Lauren Guarente had an assist and Jessica Thulin made 23 saves for Colby.

Women’s basketball

COLLEGE OF ST. JOSEPH 72, SOUTHERN MAINE CC 67: Jazz Laracuente scored 18 points as the top-seeded Saints (22-4) beat the Seawolves (20-8) in the Yankee Small College Conference championship game at Concord, New Hampshire.

Amira Jones scored 21 points and grabbed 15 rebounds for SMCC.

Regina Steele and Chontayvia Kennedy each scored 17 for St. Joseph.

Men’s basketball

COLLEGE OF ST. JOSEPH 73, SOUTHERN MAINE CC 67: Steven Edwards scored 21 points as the Saints (20-11) beat the Seawolves (23-3) in overtime at Concord, New Hampshire to win the Yankee Small College Conference title.

SMCC lead 33-24 at halftime and stretched the lead to 13 early in the second half before St. Joseph’s went on a 17-4 run to tie the game with 10:39 left in regulation.

SMCC had to rally to force overtime, scoring the final seven points of regulation.

Atencio Martin scored 22 points and grabbed 15 rebounds for SMCC. Tyheem Simon added 19 points.