February 13

UMaine women beat Hartford in basketball

The Black Bears end an 18-game losing streak to the Hawks by pulling out a 60-56 win.

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WEST HARTFORD, Conn. — Ashleigh Roberts scored eight of her 13 points in the final three minutes Wednesday as the University of Maine topped Hartford 60-56 in an America East women’s basketball game to end an 18-game losing streak to the Hawks, dating to 2004.

Roberts’ inside shot tied the game at 50 with 3:08 to play. After a missed Hartford jumper, Maine (14-11, 8-4 AE) worked deep into the shot clock with Sophie Weckstrom finding Mikaela Gustafsson for a foul-line jumper as the shot clock buzzer sounded, putting the Black Bears ahead 52-50.

Following a Hartford free throw, Roberts made a move in the post to extend the Black Bears’ lead to 54-51. Roberts missed a free throw after Maine got the ball back on Liz Wood’s steal, but grabbed her own rebound. She was fouled again and converted a pair of free throws before Weckstrom’s three-point play gave Maine a 59-53 lead with 8 seconds left.

Deanna Mayza scored 17 for the Hawks (9-15, 6-5).

UNIVERSITY OF NEW ENGLAND 82, GORDON COLLEGE 41: The Nor’easters (20-2, 14-1 Commonwealth Coast) opened the game with a 23-1 run on their way to a victory over the Fighting Scots (5-17, 1-14) at Biddeford.

Alanna Vose scored 17 of her career-high 22 points in the first half for UNE, which has won eight straight.

CENTRAL MAINE C.C. 68, SOUTHERN MAINE C.C. 55: Laura Soohey scored 17 points to lead the Mustangs (22-2, 14-0) to their second consecutive perfect YSCC regular season with a victory over Southern Maine CC (17-8, 12-3) in Auburn.

Danielle McCusker led the Seawolves with 16 points.

MEN’S BASKETBALL

HARTFORD 91, MAINE 79: Taylor Dyson drained five 3-pointers and Evan Cooper added a pair to score 16 points apiece as the Hawks (12-14, 6-5 America East) topped the Black Bears (5-19, 3-9) at Orono.

Garet Beale scored a career-high 18 for the Black Bears.

CENTRAL MAINE C.C. 97, SOUTHERN MAINE C.C. 64: Shaun Hill scored 27 points for the Mustangs (26-2, 16-0) during a rout of the Seawolves (20-7, 13-3) in Auburn.

Scott Proudman scored 14 for the Seawolves.

GORDON 66, UNIVERSITY OF NEW ENGLAND 59: Sam Johnson scored 22 points to lead the Fighting Scots (13-8, 11-4 CCC) over the Nor’easters (1-21, 1-14) at Biddeford.

William Abdul-Malak scored 17 points for the Nor’easters.

(1) SYRACUSE 58, (25) PITTSBURGH 56: Tyler Ennis made a 35-footer at the buzzer to help the Orangemen (24-0, 11-0 ACC) beat the host Panthers (20-5, 8-4) to remain unbeaten.

(6) VILLANOVA 87, DEPAUL 62: Darrun Hilliard scored 22 points, JayVaughn Pinkston had 14 points and 11 rebounds and the Wildcats (22-2, 10-1 Big East) beat the host Blue Demons (10-15, 2-10) for their sixth straight win.

(14) KENTUCKY 64, AUBURN 56: Andrew Harrison scored 16 points to help the Wildcats (19-5, 9-2 SEC) top the host Tigers (11-11, 3-8).

(24) UCONN 83, SOUTH FLORIDA 40: DeAndre Daniels scored 12 points to lead a balanced offense as the Huskies (19-5, 7-4 American Athletic Conference) routed the Bulls (12-13, 3-9) at Hartford, Conn.

MEN’S SOCCER

COLBY: Ewan Seabrook is the school’s first new men’s soccer coach in nearly 40 years. Seabrook spent six seasons at UNH as associate head coach and four years as assistant coach at Hartwick College.

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