WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Charlie Fay of Falmouth scored three of his career-high six goals in the first quarter as Bates earned a 17-11 win over Williams in a New England Small College Athletic Conference men’s lacrosse game Saturday.

Kyle Weber added three goals and three assists for Bates (7-0, 4-0 NESCAC), which is ranked seventh in NCAA Division III.

Williams dropped to 4-1 overall, 2-1 in the conference.

UNE 18, NICHOLS 10: Andrew Curro scored four goals and the Nor’easters (6-2) jumped out to a 9-3 halftime lead against the Bison (5-3) in Dudley, Massachusetts.

Dan Auger contributed two goals and four assists.

ST. JOSEPH’S 10, BECKER 5: Joe O’Reilly scored four goals to lead the Monks (2-3) to a win over Becker (0-7) at Deering High School.

BOWDOIN 14, MIDDLEBURY 13: Daniel Bucknam’s goal with 2:04 left in the second overtime gave the Polar Bears (3-2, 2-1 NESCAC) a win over the Panthers (3-4, 1-3) in Middlebury, Vermont.

Bucknam finished with three goals, including the tying goal with 1:10 left in regulation.

Brett Kujala scored four goals for Bowdoin.

CONNECTICUT COLLEGE 11, COLBY 9: Austin Sayre scored four goals for Colby (4-3, 1-2 NESCAC), but the Camels (4-3, 1-2 NESCAC) used a 6-1 advantage in the third quarter to earn a win in Waterville.

WOMEN’S LACROSSE

UNE 21, NICHOLS 11: Brooke Kelleher had six goals and eight assists as the Nor’easters (4-4, 1-0 CCC) beat the Bison (1-6, 0-1) in Dudley, Massachusetts, giving Coach Sue Estabrook her 100th career win.

Anna Stowell and Jolena Lampron each added four goals.

ST. JOSEPH’S 14, NORWICH 6: Elyse Caiazzo had five goals and four assists for the Monks (2-2, 1-0 GNAC) in a win over the Cadets (2-2, 0-1) in Northfield, Vermont.

BOWDOIN 11, MIDDLEBURY 10: Annie Glenn’s third goal of the game, with 4:42 left in overtime, capped Bowdoin’s comeback from a three-goal deficit as the Polar Bears (6-1, 3-1 NESCAC) beat top-ranked Middlebury (5-1, 3-1) in Brunswick.

BATES 8, WILLIAMS 7: Avery MacMullen scored the tying goal with five seconds left in regulation and Allison Dewey got the winner with 2:48 remaining in overtime as the Bobcats (5-3, 1-3 NESCAC) edged the Ephs (3-3, 1-3) in Lewiston.

COLBY 19, CONNECTICUT COLLEGE 11: Lexie Perticone and Kendall Smith each scored five goals for Colby (3-3, 2-2 NESCAC) in a victory over the Camels (0-5, 0-3) in New London, Connecticut.

BASEBALL

ST. JOHN’S SWEEPS MAINE: Jamie Galazin had four hits, three RBI and scored three times while leading the Red Storm (17-2) to a 3-0, 9-3 sweep of Maine (6-12) in New York.

The Black Bears were held to four hits in Game 1. Maine led 3-1 in the second game after an RBI double by Danny Casals, and sacrifice flies by Tyler Schwanz and Caleb Krebs, but Galazin lined a bases-loaded triple during a seven-run fifth inning.

ST. JOSEPH’S 20, WORCESTER STATE 3: Ben Gravel hit a grand slam, and Max McCoomb and Brett Barbati each had three RBI for the Monks (9-2) against the Lancers (3-7) in Winter Haven, Florida.

SOUTHERN MAINE 14, ST. OLAF 7: Zach Quintal went 3 for 5 and doubled home a run during a five-run fifth inning as the Huskies (6-3) cruised past the Oles (6-6) in Winter Haven, Florida.

Dylan Hapworth collected three hits, including a two-run single, and Andrew Hillier drove in three runs.

BATES SPLITS WITH SALEM STATE: Asher MacDonald rapped an RBI single as Bates (3-4) scored three runs in the seventh inning for a 3-0 victory over the Vikings (8-6) in the second game of a doubleheader in Salem, Massachusetts.

Salem State won the first game, 4-1.

SOFTBALL

USM SPLITS: A two-run triple by Brooke Cross and a three-base error that allowed three runs to score helped the Huskies (6-5) pull away for an 11-3 win over Buffalo State in Clermont, Florida.

USM lost its second game of the day, 6-3 against MIT. Jasmin Joseph had two hits, two runs and an RBI for the Huskies.

UMAINE SWEEPS SACRED HEART: Maddie Decker hit a two-run homer in the first game and Mary Flowers pitched a four-hitter in Game 2 as the Black Bears (5-17) earned two wins against Sacred Heart (17-12), winning 3-2 and 4-0 in Fairfield, Connecticut.