WALTHAM, Mass. — Jamill Moquette drove in two runs Tuesday for UMass-Boston, which scored five runs in the third inning and went on to a 7-5 victory against the University of Southern Maine in a Little East baseball game.

Tucker White hit a two-run triple to key a three-run first for Southern Maine (14-13, 5-3 Little East).

White added an RBI single in the seventh that cut the deficit to 6-5, but Nick Grassetti tripled home a run for UMass-Boston (16-11, 5-3) in the eighth.


HUSSON 7, BOWDOIN 4: Jake Arthers hit a two-run single in the sixth inning and Shawn Smith added a three-run double in the eighth to lead the Eagles (14-15) past the Polar Bears (15-11) at Brunswick.

Husson scored three in the sixth to take a 3-2 lead, then extended it to 7-2 in the eighth.

Dan Findley had two doubles and scored twice for Bowdoin. Luke Regan had three hits and an RBI.


BOWDOIN SWEEPS UM-FARMINGTON: The Polar Bears (22-10) totaled 25 hits as they took 13-5 and 9-1 victories against the Beavers (10-14) at Farmington.

Nancy Walker pitched a three-hitter and Gen Barlow hit a grand slam to lead Bowdoin in the late game.

Barlow finished with three runs and six RBI for the day. Casey Correa added five hits and two RBI, and Cielle Collins had three hits and three RBI.


BATES SWEEPS USM: AnnaMarie Martino went 6 for 7 with a home run, three RBI and five runs to lead the Bobcats (12-6) to 11-1 and 8-1 victories against the Huskies (3-25) at Lewiston.

Lauren Dobish added three hits with a home run, two RBI and two runs, and Mary Lewis had three hits and scored three runs.

Katie Davis had four hits and an RBI for Southern Maine.


MAINE 8, HUSSON 0: Beth Spoehr pitched a four-hitter with seven strikeouts and a walk to lead the Black Bears (11-24) past the Eagles (21-9) in six innings at Orono.

EmJ Fogel and Lindsey Jenkins each drove in two for Maine.


BOWDOIN 10, COLBY 6: Mark Flibotte had four goals and an assist for the Polar Bears (10-3, 6-3 NESCAC), who took a 6-1 halftime lead against the Mules (7-4, 4-4) at Brunswick.

Billy Bergner added two goals and three assists, and Conor O’Toole also scored twice for Bowdoin.

Ian Deveau had three goals for Colby.


TUFTS 16, BATES 11: Kevin McCormick scored four goals and Geordie Schafer had three to lead the Jumbos (11-2, 7-1 NESCAC) past the Bobcats (4-7, 2-6) at Lewiston.

Tufts used three goals in a 1:07 span to take a 12-8 lead with 4:29 left in the third quarter. McCormick scored two goals and Sam Diss had the other.

Dan Hines and Jack Strain had three goals apiece for Bates.


ENDICOTT 15, UNE 4: Morgan DeShaw had five goals and three assists to lead the Gulls (9-4, 6-0 Commonwealth Coast) past the Nor’easters (11-3, 5-1) at Beverly, Mass.

Holly Davis added three goals for Endicott, which led 11-1 at the half.

Jesalyn Dvorak scored twice for UNE.


TUFTS 14, BATES 8: Gabby Horner scored five goals and Kerry Eaton added three to lead the Jumbos (8-4, 4-4 NESCAC) past the Bobcats (6-6, 2-6) at Medford, Mass.

Joan O’Neill scored three goals for Bates.


USM 14, RHODE ISLAND COLLEGE 8: Shelby Turcotte had five goals and an assist to lead the Huskies (6-8, 2-1 Little East) past the Anchorwomen (2-8, 0-4) at Providence, R.I.

Jacki Kelly added two goals and two assists for Southern Maine, which scored the first three goals of the second half to take a 10-5 lead.


KENTUCKY: The starting lineup of three freshmen and two sophomores did most everything together en route to the school’s eighth national title. Now they will each go their separate ways in the NBA.

Freshmen Anthony Davis, Michael Kidd-Gilchrist and Marquis Teague, and sophomores Terrence Jones and Doron Lamb declared for the draft in a nationally televised news conference.


BUCKNELL: Bucknell hired University of Chicago Coach Aaron Roussell to take over the team.

Roussell spent the last eight years at Division III Chicago. He guided the Maroons to a school-record 27 victories and the NCAA tournament regional semifinals this past season. Chicago has made the NCAAs in four of the past five seasons, including the regional final in 2011.


BOWLING GREEN: Bowling Green elevated associate head coach Jennifer Roos to take over the program.

Roos has been on the Falcons’ staff for the past 11 years and had been the top assistant to Curt Miller for the last eight.