GORHAM – The University of Southern Maine jumped to an 8-1 lead in the first 18 minutes on its way to an 11-6 victory over Husson in a men’s lacrosse game Sunday.

Willie Joy scored three goals for the Huskies (3-1), Mark White had two goals and two assists and Nate Prince also scored twice.

Ben Landry paced Husson (4-5) with two goals and two assists.


AMHERST 18, SOUTHERN MAINE 8: Amherst (7-3) sent 18 batters to the plate in the seventh inning and scored 12 runs to erase a 6-4 deficit against USM (6-5) at Winter Haven, Fla.

Tyler Jacobs and Mike Samela each had five hits for Amherst, which finished with 25 hits.

USM’s Tucker White hit for the cycle. He singled in the first, doubled in the third, homered in the fifth and tripled in the eighth.

Nick Grady was 3 for 3 with three RBI for the Huskies.

NEW JERSEY CITY 7, ST. JOSEPH’S 5: Andrew Rivera had three hits and four RBI, and New Jersey City (7-7) scored four runs in the bottom of the eighth to beat St. Joseph’s (11-2) at Jersey City, N.J.

Nic Lops drove in three runs with a pair of singles for St. Joseph’s. Mike Pratt had two RBI. 

SOUTHERN MAINE CC 11, KING’S COLLEGE 0: Freshman left-hander Matt Turnage gave up just two hits through five innings as the Seawolves (11-9) posted a mercy-rule win over King’s (0-3) at New York City.

Turnage struck out nine and walked none. He also had two hits and two runs scored. Donnie Cray drove in four runs with a single and double.


DEPAUW 14, SOUTHERN MAINE 1: Seventh-ranked DePauw (10-0) remained unbeaten with a five-inning win at Clermont, Fla.

Katie Davis drove in the lone run for the Huskies.

MIDDLEBURY 8, SOUTHERN MAINE 0: Jessica Poracky drove in three runs as Middlebury (1-3) earned a six-inning, mercy-rule win over USM (0-6).

Stefanie Stockwell had two of the Huskies’ four hits.