AUBURNDALE, Fla. — Dylan Hapworth had three hits with three RBI in the opener, Matt Bender drove in two runs in the second game, and Jake Dexter saved both games of a doubleheader for the University of Southern Maine baseball team against Wisconsin-Stevens Point on Wednesday.

The Huskies won each game 6-4 to improve to 4-2, while the Pointers dropped to 4-5.

Hapworth hit an RBI double during a three-run first inning and broke a 3-3 tie with a two-run double in the eighth.

In the second game, Bender drove in a run on a fielder’s choice in the third to put the Huskies ahead 4-1, and added an RBI double in the sixth for the final run.

Dexter, who entered the second game with one out and a runner on first in the ninth, struck out the first batter he faced and induced a ground ball to end it. Dexter also pitched the ninth inning of the opener.

COLBY, ST. JOSEPH’S (N.Y.) SPLIT: The Mules (3-4) won the opener 3-1 before falling to the Golden Eagles (6-4) 7-6 in the second game at Fort Myers, Florida.

Ryan Quinn and Andrew Della Volpe hit consecutive doubles, and Keenan Iuilano followed with a single as the Mules scored two runs in the second inning of the first game.

Tyler Mulberry added an RBI single in the sixth.

In the second game, the Golden Eagles scored three runs in the first and four in the fourth.

Ryder Arsenault had three hits, and Mulberry, Quinn and Iuilano each had two hits for Colby. Iuilano had two RBI.

WISCONSIN-OSHKOSH SWEEPS BOWDOIN: Dylan Ott had three hits with five RBI in the 10-0 opener, and Zack Radde and Tyler Kozlowski each had two hits with two RBI in the second game which was a 6-1 win for the Titans (5-4).

Sawyer Billings had two hits in the opener and Evann Dumont-LaPointe added three hits in the second game for the Polar Bears (4-8).

SOFTBALL

BABSON 1, SOUTHERN MAINE 0: Brooke Stock pitched a three-hitter with five strikeouts and Victoria Casey doubled home the only run in the sixth inning as the Beavers (6-3) shut out the Huskies (4-3) at Clermont, Florida.

Alexis Brown scattered five hits over the first five innings for USM.

SOUTHERN MAINE 3, SUNY-NEW PLATZ 1: Amber Kelly tossed a three-hitter with four strikeouts, and Shelby Obert and Taylor Lux each drove in a run for the Huskies (5-3) against the Hawks (1-7) at Clermont, Florida.

The Huskies scored their runs in the first inning on singles by Obert and Lux, and an error that scored Obert.

WOMEN’S LACROSSE

BOWDOIN 14, ENDICOTT 5: Hannah Hirschfield and Allison Williams had three goals, and the Polar Bears (4-1) built an 11-2 lead in the first half against the Gulls (3-3) at Brunswick.

Kara Finnerty and Kelsey Gallagher each had two goals for the Polar Bears, who scored the first 10 goals.

Meghan Lennon had three goals for Endicott.

BRIDGEWATER STATE 12, UNIVERSITY OF NEW ENGLAND 10: The Bears (3-4) scored four of the final five goals to beat the Nor’easters (3-4) at Bridgewater, Massachusetts.

Brooke Kelleher scored with 18:48 left to put UNE ahead, 9-8.

Elizabeth Ettridge tied it less than a minute later, before the Bears went ahead for good on consecutive goals by Gabby Reinold. Ettridge and Reinold each had three goals.

Anna Stowell led UNE with four goals. Korinne Bohunsky and Kelleher had two apiece.

MEN’S LACROSSE

SOUTHERN MAINE 13, BECKER 5: Bryce Randall and Sam Hornblower each had three goals for the Huskies (2-1) against the Hawks (0-6) at Leicester, Massachusetts.

Drew Shane and Paul Leonardo finished with two goals apiece for USM, which outscored Becker 6-1 in the third quarter for an 11-3 lead.

MEN’S HOCKEY

UNIVERSITY OF NEW ENGLAND: Sophomore forward Brady Fleurent of Biddeford was named one of the seven finalists for the Sid Watson Award, given annually to the best NCAA Division III men’s hockey player in the country.

Fleurent, who had 18 goals and 35 assists, led the nation with 2.04 points and 1.35 assists per game.

The winner will be announced Thursday night.