STONY BROOK, N.Y. – Bryan Dougher scored 20 points, and Leonard Hayes had six of his 16 points in overtime to lead Stony Brook to a 71-69 victory over the University of Maine in an America East Conference men’s basketball game Saturday.

Danny Carter had 12 points and six rebounds for the Seawolves (11-14, 6-7 America East), who won their second in a row. Dallis Joyner added 10 rebounds.

Maine’s Troy Barnies, who finished with 18 points and 15 rebounds, forced overtime with his layup with 32 seconds left.

Hayes hit a 3-pointer and later made a jumper to give Stony Brook a 64-61 lead midway through overtime. The Seawolves pushed their margin to five points on Dave Coley’s two free throws.

The Black Bears (14-11, 8-5) pulled within 66-65 on two free throws by Gerald McLemore, who led Maine with 23 points. But Dougher scored on a jumper and Hayes made a free throw as Stony Brook handed Maine its fourth straight loss.

ST. JOSEPH’S 96, LASELL 92: Tyler Kelley had 31 points and Zach O’Brien scored 27 as the Monks (16-7, 13-3 GNAC) rallied past the Lasers (5-17, 4-11) for an overtime win at Standish.

St. Joseph’s outscored Lasell 47-34 in the second half to force overtime.

Lasell’s Sean Bertanza set a school record with 55 points.

BOWDOIN 72, WESLEYAN 71: The Polar Bears (14-9, 3-6 NESCAC) survived a rally by the Cardinals (11-13, 2-7) in the final three minutes for a victory at Middletown, Conn.

Bowdoin led 61-45 with 6:52 left when Wesleyan scored on seven consecutive possessions to pull within 72-71.

Bowdoin’s Will Hanley was fouled with 8.5 seconds left and missed both free throws, and Wesleyan’s Derick Beresford missed a 3-point attempt at the final buzzer.

Hanley finished with 22 points as the Polar Bears locked up the eighth and final spot in the NESCAC tournament.

TUFTS 66, BATES 62: Scott Anderson had 16 points and 16 rebounds to lead the Jumbos (13-11, 4-5 NESCAC) over the Bobcats (12-12, 3-6) at Medford, Mass.

Thomas Deegan led Bates with 18 points.

COLBY 66, CONN. COLLEGE 62: Mike Russell had 10 points and 13 rebounds for his 16th double-double of the season as the Mules (11-13, 2-7 NESCAC) defeated the Camels (12-12, 3-6) at New London, Conn.

Russell became the fifth men’s player in school history to score more than 1,300 career points and pull down more than 900 rebounds.

COLBY-SAWYER 77, UNE 68: Robbie Burke, James Tobin, and Will Bardaglio combined for 55 points as the Chargers (11-11, 7-4 Commonwealth Coast) beat the Nor’easters (4-19, 2-9) at New London, N.H.

Ryan Knotek led four players in double figures for UNE with 14 points. Marcus Winn and Chas Rentrope scored 13 apiece.


RIC 86, USM 54: Mason Choice scored 20 points and Antone Gray hit four 3-pointers as the Anchormen (15-7, 9-3 Little East) downed the Huskies (9-14, 1-11) at Providence, R.I.

Devin Chambers paced Southern Maine with 13 points.

SOUTHERN MAINE CC 75, BERKELEY (N.Y.) 69: Paul Hollan had 19 points with five 3-pointers to lead the Seawolves (17-11) over the Knights at South Portland.

Josh Mackie chipped in 12 points for SMCC.


UNE 6, CONN. COLLEGE 3: Tyler Fleurent scored two goals and Adam Laite had a goal and two assists as the Nor’easters (5-17-0) defeated the Camels (7-12-3) at New London, Conn.

Laite set up a goal by James Miner 14:12 into the first period. UNE made it 3-0 in the second on goals by Scott McManaman and Laite in the first 3:22, but the Camels closed to 3-2 by the end of the period.

TRINITY 3, COLBY 1: Chris Menard had a goal and an assist as Trinity (10-8-3, 8-7-1 NESCAC) downed Colby (9-10-2, 8-7-2) at Waterville.

Scott Harff scored and Cody McKinney made 29 saves for Colby.

WESLEYAN 6, BOWDOIN 3: Adam Kaiser scored two goals for Wesleyan (8-9-3, 7-8-1) in a victory over Bowdoin (13-7-1, 9-7-1) at Brunswick. It was the Polar Bears’ fourth loss in five games.

Brendan Reich had a goal and an assist for Bowdoin, which was 1 of 5 on the power play.

USM 5, TUFTS 1: Dave Nies had two goals and an assist to lead Southern Maine (6-12-4) over Tufts (5-15-1) at Medford, Mass.

Braely Torris had 22 saves for the Huskies.