April 21, 2013

Maine Colleges: UMaine's Trimper collects 400th win as Black Bears sweep

From staff reports

ORONO - Tommy Lawrence pitched a six-hitter in the opener and A.J. Bazdanes allowed only four hits in the second game as the University of Maine stretched its baseball winning streak to nine games with a pair of one-run victories Saturday against Stony Brook, 2-1 and 3-2.

The Game 2 victory was No. 400 for Coach Steve Trimper in 15 seasons, including seven at Manhattan.

Sam Balzano singled home Troy Black with the go-ahead run in the fifth inning of the opener.

RBI singles by Alex Calbick and Kyle Silva helped the Black Bears (24-14, 13-3 America East) open a 3-0 lead in Game 2.

USM SWEEPS PLYMOUTH STATE: Forrest Chadwick and Nick Grady each homered, and Sam Dexter drove in four runs as the Huskies (25-3, 7-0 Little East) collected their 19th straight victory with a 12-9 decision over Plymouth State (14-15, 3-6) after holding on for an 8-7 win in the opener.

Anthony Pisani had two hits and four RBI in Game 1.

ST. JOSEPH'S SPLITS WITH JOHNSON & WALES: Alex Lorenc had three hits and Mike Pratt hit a two-run triple to lead St. Joseph's (23-10, 10-3 GNAC) to a 5-2 win over the Wildcats (24-11, 10-3) in the opener at Providence, R.I.

The Monks lost 6-5 in Game 2, despite two RBI apiece from Sam Butts and Pratt.

BOWDOIN 13, WILLIAMS 5: Aaron Rosen had three hits, scored five runs and drove in one to pace a 14-hit offense for the Polar Bears (18-9) against the Ephs (10-17) at Williamstown, Mass.

COLBY SWEEPS TUFTS: Tim Corey went 4 for 4 and scored the winning run in the ninth inning of the opener, then drove home the deciding run in the ninth inning of Game 2 as the Mules (9-14, 2-7 NESCAC) earned 5-4 and 3-2 victories over the Jumbos (19-9, 5-4) at Waterville.

TRINITY SWEEPS BATES: Mekae Hyde went 3 for 5 with three RBI for Bates (11-14, 2-7 NESCAC East) in the second game, but the Bantams (17-13, 8-4) scored five runs in the seventh inning to rally for a 12-11 win.

Trinity won the opener, 3-2.

SMCC SWEEPS NHTI: Ethan Bilderback had four hits, including two doubles, while leading Southern Maine Community College (19-19-1, 9-1 YSCC) to a 20-10 victory over New Hampshire Tech in the first game of a doubleheader at Concord, N.H.

Nate McKeown and Brendan Reil each had two hits and an RBI in the second game -- a 7-6 SMCC victory.


ST. JOSEPH'S SPLITS WITH NORWICH: Lindsay Moore went 2 for 3 with a home run, and Heather Tripp and Melissa Mayhew also homered as St. Joseph's (26-8, 15-5 GNAC) earned a split with an 11-5 win over the Cadets (23-8, 18-4) after losing the opener 5-1 at Northfield, Vt.

UNE SWEEPS WENTWORTH: Erin Grover and Megan Gauger accounted for seven hits and nine RBI as the Nor'easters (19-14-1, 10-6 Commonwealth Coast) earned 16-3 and 9-1 victories over the Leopards (6-25, 0-16) at Biddeford.

USM SPLITS WITH KEENE STATE: Stefanie Stockwell struck out eight while throwing a four-hitter, and also hit an RBI single and scored the winning run to lift the Huskies (7-27, 2-8 Little East) to a 2-1 win over the Owls (15-10, 5-3) in the second game of a doubleheader at Gorham.

Keene State won the first game 3-0 in eight innings.

MAINE 2, STONY BROOK 0: Beth Spoehr pitched a three-hitter as the Black Bears (7-32, 3-7 America East) blanked the Seawolves (23-19, 6-5) at Orono.

BOWDOIN SWEEPS BATES: Katie Gately hit a two-run double in the opener and homered twice in Game 2 as the Polar Bears (23-9, 8-4 NESCAC) extended their winning streak to 12 with 9-1 and 9-4 victories over the Bobcats (7-14, 1-8) at Brunswick.

TRINITY SWEEPS COLBY: The visiting Bantams (11-16, 4-5 NESCAC) won the opener 7-1, then completed the sweep against the Mules (8-14, 2-7) with a 6-4 victory in 11 innings.

NHTI SWEEPS SMCC: Shannon Blanchard had two hits and a run scored for Southern Maine Community College (6-16, 6-8 YSCC) in the opener, and Yaritza Tejada did the same in Game 2, but the Seawolves lost twice to New Hampshire Tech (11-7, 11-2) at Concord, N.H., 11-9 and 3-2.


UNE 14, SALVE REGINA 9: Pat Wolfe scored five goals, and Nick Gross added four goals and an assist as the Nor'easters (11-4, 5-2 Commonwealth Coast) beat the Seahawks (6-9, 3-4) at Biddeford.

BOWDOIN 14, ENDICOTT 4: Billy Bergner scored four goals as the Polar Bears (8-5) downed the Gulls (10-5) at Brunswick.

CONNECTICUT COLLEGE 9, BATES 8: Pat Leary's goal with 2:37 remaining lifted the Camels (10-3, 7-2 NESCAC) over the Bobcats (6-6, 4-5) at New London, Conn.

Jack Allard had three goals and an assist for Bates.

MIDDLEBURY 16, COLBY 10: Greg McKillop and Ian Deveau each scored three goals for Colby (6-8, 2-7 NESCAC) in a loss to the Panthers (11-2, 7-7) at Middlebury, Vt.

NORWICH 9, ST. JOSEPH'S 4: Andrew Sullivan scored three goals for St. Joseph's (7-9, 6-3 GNAC) in a loss to the Cadets (8-3, 8-0) at Portland.

EASTERN CONNECTICUT STATE 16, USM 9: Kyle Baker and Kayle Hamilton each scored twice for the Huskies (5-9, 1-4 Little East) in a loss to the Warriors (6-7, 4-1) at Mansfield, Conn.


USM 16, EASTERN CONNECTICUT STATE 10: Rosie Forster and Sarah Pelligrinelli each netted four goals to lead the Huskies (10-5, 4-0 Little East) past the Warriors (4-10, 2-3) at Gorham.

NORWICH 12, ST. JOSEPH'S 11: Grace Fitzpatrick of Falmouth scored her fifth goal of the game with 4:57 left to snap an 11-11 tie as the Cadets (5-7, 4-5 GNAC) edged the Monks (10-6, 6-3) at Northfield, Vt.

Anneka Adame finished with four goals and two assists for St. Joseph's.

UNE 21, SALVE REGINA 10: Hanna Tavella tied her career high with seven goals as the Nor'easters (6-8, 4-3 Commonwealth Coast) routed the Seahawks (2-11, 0-7) at Biddeford.

BOWDOIN 14, WHEATON 3: Mackenzie Schleicher scored five goals to power the Polar Bears (11-2) past the Lyons (10-6) at Norton, Mass.

MIDDLEBURY 14, COLBY 6: Lindsey McKenna scored four goals for Colby (10-3, 6-3 NESCAC) in a loss to the Panthers (12-1, 8-1) at Waterville.

BATES 9, CONNECTICUT COLLEGE 8: Kelan McCann capped a 6-0 run with 5:28 left as the Bobcats (7-6, 4-5 NESCAC) rallied past the Camels (5-9, 1-8) at Lewiston.

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