WINTER HAVEN, Fla. — Sam Stauble’s one-out, bases-loaded single in the bottom of the ninth inning gave Southern Maine a 12-11 victory over Ramapo in a baseball game Sautrday.

Andrew Olszak led the Huskies with four hits, including two doubles, and four RBI. Jake Dexter, Devin Warren and Dylan Hapworth had three hits apiece for Southern Maine (1-1), with Dexter driving in three runs and scoring three times.

Bobby Shannon had a home run among his four hits for the Roadrunners and drove in three runs.

Brandon Martinez added three hits for Ramapo (4-5), including a three-run homer, and four RBI.

Ramapo had overcome an 11-7 deficit by scoring two runs in the eighth inning and two more in the ninth.

In the home half of the ninth, the Huskies loaded the bases on a pinch single by Kaleb Bridgham, a double from Olszak and a walk to Matt Bender. An out later Stauble singled home pinch runner Thomas Zarro to end the game.

Southern Maine, trailing 7-4, took the lead with four runs in the sixth. Olszak delivered a two-run double and scored on Bender’s double. Bender recorded the go-ahead run on an infield error.

USM added three more in the seventh – on Dexter’s two-run single and Olszak’s RBI single – for a 11-7 lead.

LACROSSSE

BATES 14, TRINITY 7: Matt Chlastawa had four goals and an assist to lead Bates (5-0, 3-0) to a NESCAC victory over the Bantams (1-3, 0-3) in Hartford, Connecticut.

Chlastawa scored twice as the Bobcats opened a 5-2 lead in the first quarter. Bates led 7-4 at the half, and put the game away by outscoring Trinity 5-1 in the third quarter behind a pair of goals from Andrew Melvin.

Melvin and Kyle Weber each finished with two goals and an assist for Bates.

Ben Ferrucci led Trinity with three goals. Jack Sharrio added two goals and two assists, while Woody Hamilton had 19 saves for the Bantams.

UNIVERSITY OF NEW ENGLAND 15, BRYN ATHYN 8: Mitch Mullin paced a balanced UNE attack with three goals as the Nor’easters extended their most successful start to 5-1 with a win against the Lions (1-3) in Bryn Athyn, Pennsylvania.

Andrew Curro, Alex Zadworny and Jason Erwin each scored twice for the Nor’easters, while Dan Auger had one goal and five assists.

Jon Carr scored three goals to lead the way for Bryn Athyn, while Ricky Tran added two. David Pearson totaled seven saves for the Nor’easters. Brad DePasquale stopped 16 shots for Bryn Athyn.

WENTWORTH 16, ST. JOSEPH’S 6: Spencer Allen scored four goals and added an assist as the Leopards (4-1) overwhelmed St. Joseph’s (0-3) in Boston.

Kevin Butler added three goals and three assists for Wentworth, while Kyle Doner had three goals and two assists, and Jason Buck three goals.

Michael Finn’s three goals accounted for half of the Monks’ scoring. Tyler Retalic contributed a goal and an assist, with Peter Wood and Dan Cunningham also scoring for the Monks.

The Leopards opened a 3-0 first-quarter lead, but St. Joseph’s pulled within a goal when Finn and Wood scored early in the second. However, Allen scored twice as Wentworth got the final three goals of the half for a 6-2 lead.

The Leopards closed the third with a 6-0 run to widen the lead to 13-3.

TUFTS 10, COLBY 7: Lucas Johnson, Holden Rosen Grupp and Danny Murphy each had two goals and an assist as the Jumbos (5-0, 2-0 NESCAC) beat the Mules (1-3, 1-2) in Waterville.

Ben Shmerler played the opening half and made five saves for Tufts. Robert Treiber played the final 30 minutes and made three stops. Austin Sayre scored three times for Colby, and Don Vivian added two goals. Mules goalie C.J. Layton stopped 18 shots.

Murphy had two goals and an assist in the first period as the Jumbos took a 7-0 lead. The Mules answered with goals by Tucker Dietrick and Sayre in the second quarter, then Don Vivian and Sayre scored in the third to bring Colby within 7-4 with 1:49 left period.

Rosen Grupp scored two goals for the Jumbos over a span of 1:01 to push the lead back up to 9-4, but the Mules pull within 9-7 with 7:16 to play on goals by Sayre, Vivian and Cillian Connor.