STONY BROOK, N.Y. — Sigi Koizar scored 30 points and the University of Maine women’s basketball team beat Stony Brook 60-43 on Saturday for its 10th straight win.

Koizar hit 13 of 19 shots from the field and added seven rebounds and four assists for the Black Bears (22-7, 13-1 America East). Mikaela Gustafsson chipped in eight points and six rebounds while Sophie Weckstrom and Chantel Charles each had six.

Brittany Snow had 19 points for Stony Brook (16-12, 8-7).

ST. JOSEPH’S 81, ANNA MARIA 58: Kelsi McNamara scored a game-high 27 points to lead the Monks (20-5, 10-1 GNAC) over the Amcats (8-17, 2-9) at the Fuller Center in Paxton, Massachusetts.

McNamara shot 9 of 12 from the field, and had five rebounds and four assists.

UMASS-DARTMOUTH 60, SOUTHERN MAINE 48: Megan Ronaghan had 28 points and 17 rebounds to lead the Corsairs past the Huskies in their regular-season finale in North Dartmouth, Massachusetts.

Megan Pelletier had 18 points and 13 rebounds, while Ella Robinson had 11 points for the Huskies.

UNIVERSITY OF NEW ENGLAND 78, SALVE REGINA 60: Alanna Vose and Alicia Brown combined for 49 points to lead the Nor’easters (23-3, 18-0) to a win over the Seahawks (10-15, 9-9) in Biddeford.

Vose had 27 points while Brown scored 22.

ST. JOSEPH’S (VT.) 72, SMCC 62: Chontayvia Kennedy scored 21 points to lead the Saints (27-1, 13-0 YSCC) past the Seawolves (23-8, 9-4) in the semifinals of the Yankee Small College Conference tournament in Auburn.

Alicia Hoyt had 18 points and seven rebounds for the Seawolves. Sammie Griffin added 15 points.

COLBY 75, CONNECTICUT COLLEGE 66: MaryKate Ceverly scored 23 points to lead the Mules (15-10, 6-4) over the Camels (17-7, 6-4) in the quarterfinals of the NESCAC tournament, in New London, Connecticut.

Mia Diplock added 12 points and four assists for the Mules.

AMHERST 82, BATES 29: Meredith Doswell scored 15 of her 22 points during the first quarter as the Purple & White (24-1) opened a 31-9 lead and beat the Bobcats (9-15) in the NESCAC quarterfinals, in Amherst, Massachusetts.

Ali Doswell added 14 for Amherst, Hannah Hackley 11 and Jaimie Renner 10.

BOWDOIN 73, WILLIAMS 50: Shannon Brady and Lauren Petit finished with 16 points each as the Polar Bears (20-5) beat the Ephs (17-8) in the NESCAC quarterfinals in Brunswick.

Kate Kerring added 15 points and Marle Curle 11 for Bowdoin.


UMASS-DARTMOUTH 102, SOUTHERN MAINE 94: Jordan Rezendes scored 42 points, including nine in overtime, to lead the Corsairs (15-10, 8-6 LEC) over the Huskies (15-10, 9-5) in North Dartmouth, Massachusetts.

Jose Nouchanthavong, who scored 34 points for USM, was fouled shooting a 3-pointer and made all three shots to force overtime.

Zack Leal had 18 points and seven rebounds for USM, while Atencio Martin had a double-double (13 points, 10 rebounds).

ANNA MARIA 78, ST. JOSEPH’S 62: Patrick Bradanese scored 32 points to lead the Amcats (14-10, 10-8 GNAC) over the Monks (8-17, 5-13) at the Fuller Center in Paxton, Massachusetts.

Quinn Richardson-Newton scored 13 points for St. Joseph’s, while Ian Mileikis added 11 points and eight rebounds, and Craig Luschenat had 10 points.

UNIVERSITY OF NEW ENGLAND 81, SALVE REGINA 71: Matt Lettick sparked a 13-4 run as the Nor’easters (13-12, 8-10 CCC) pulled away to beat the Seahawks (9-16, 6-12) in Biddeford.

Devin Thompson led UNE with 22 points. C.J. Autry added 18 points.

Barrett Hanlon had 21 points and Rodney Morton added 15 for Salve Regina.

TRINITY 71, COLBY 60: Shay Ajayi scored 17 of his 23 points in the second half to lead the Bantams (19-6 over the Mules in the quarterfinals of the NESCAC tournament in Hartford, Connecticut.

Jaquann Starks added 13 points and six assists for Trinity.

Ryan Jann scored 23 points and Chris Hudnut had 16 for Colby.

AMHERST 83, BOWDOIN 76: Johnny McCarthy’s 3-pointer broke a 63-all tie with eight minutes left to play, and the Purple & White (21-4) went on to beat the Polar Bears (12-11) in the NESCAC quarterfinals in Amherst, Massachusetts.

Connor Green led Amherst with 29 points. Lucas Hausman scored 29 points and Jack Simonds added 25 points for Bowdoin.

CENTRAL MAINE COMMUNITY COLLEGE 92, SOUTHERN MAINE COMMUNITY COLLEGE 89: Carrington Miller scored 27 points to lift the Mustangs (21-8) over the Seawolves (14-7) in the semifinals of the YSCC tournament in Auburn.


UNIVERSITY OF NEW ENGLAND 4, UMASS-BOSTON 3: Julianne Sheehan scored the game-winning goal with a wrist shot from the right circle 9:55 into the third period to give the Nor’easters (14-8-2, 9-7-1 NEHC) a victory over the the Beacons (13-12, 11-6) in Biddeford.

Sheehan had two goals. Annie Mullen and Kimberly Gosselin also scored for UNE.

TRINITY 4, BOWDOIN 2: Melissa Maffeo gave the Bantams (14-8-2, 7-7-2 NESCAC) a 3-2 lead in the third period of their win over the Polar Bears (8-13-2, 5-10-1) in Brunswick. Ariana Bourque and Miranda Bell both scored for Bowdoin.

FRANKLIN PIERCE 2, SOUTHERN MAINE 0: Bryana Harron and Lanie Matsumoto both scored as the Ravens (15-8-1, 9-8 NEHC) beat the Huskies (3-20-2, 2-13-2) in Rindge, New Hampshire.


COLBY 4 TUFTS 1: Alex Walsh and Jack Burton each had a goal and an assist as the Mules (9-10-5, 6-9-3 NESCAC) scored four times in the third period to beat the Jumbos (9-9-6, 5-8-5) in Malden, Massachusetts.

Nick O’Connor and Michael Rudolf also scored for Colby.

BOWDOIN 4, CONNECTICUT COLLEGE 3: Matt Rubinoff scored the winning goal with an assist from Matthew Lison to lift the Polar Bears (13-7-4, 9-5-4 NESCAC) to a win over the Camels (3-18-3, 0-15-3) in New London, Connecticut.

Lison, Chris Fenwick and Cody Todesco also scored for the Polar Bears.

UMASS-BOSTON 4, SOUTHERN MAINE 0: The Beacons (19-4-3) scored three times in the third period and eliminated the Huskies (8-17-1) from the NEHC tournament, in Boston.

Albe Daley had two goals for UMass-Boston, while Frankie DeAugustine and Garrett Gallagher each had one.

UNIVERSITY OF NEW ENGLAND 4, NEW ENGLAND COLLEGE 1: Kyle Williams and Nick Wirth scored 18 seconds apart in the first period and the Nor’easters (14-9-3) beat the Pilgrims in an NEHC quarterfinal at Biddeford.

Brady Fleurent and Armand Uomoleale both added a goal for UNE.


CLEMSON 9, MAINE 4: Alex Cabrera had two hits, an RBI and a run scored for the Black Bears (1-1) in a loss to the Tigers (1-1) at Clemson, South Carolina.