ORONO – Alex Calbick belted a three-run home run and finished with four RBI on Wednesday to lead the University of Maine to its 14th straight baseball win, 10-3 over Bates.

Calbick’s homer highlighted a four-run fourth inning. Maine (21-14) increased the lead to 9-0 with five more runs in the fifth. Justin Leisenheimer had a two-run double in the fifth and Sam Balzano a two-run single.

Maine added another run in the sixth before Bates (15-13) broke through for two in the seventh on an error and a wild pitch. Jeffrey Gunn singled home Mike Ciummei in the eighth for the final Bobcats run.

ENDICOTT 3, SOUTHERN MAINE 2: The Gulls (17-13) scored twice in the eighth to take a 3-1 lead and held off the Huskies (14-14) at Gorham.

Tad Gold scored the go-ahead run on an errant throw and Colin Sitarz scored on a sacrifice fly by Harry Oringer.

Southern Maine got one back in the ninth on an RBI infield single by Brett Barrett.

David Ricker had an RBI triple for the Huskies in the second.

COLBY 19, UM-FARMINGTON 3: Colin Cummings ripped a two-run homer among his three hits, scored four times and drove in four runs as the Mules (12-12) dominated Farmington (6-22) in Waterville.

ST. JOSEPH’S SWEEPS NORWICH: The Monks (29-3) rallied from a two-run deficit to take a 5-4 win in the opener, then got out to a 4-0 lead on way to a 9-4 win over the Cadets (4-28) in the second game at Northfield, Vt.

In game one, St. Joseph’s tied it on an RBI triple by Brandon Chase in the sixth, then took the lead on Mike Pratt’s sacrifice fly in the seventh.

Chase’s three-run homer keyed a four-run second inning for the Monks in game two.


PLYMOUTH ST. SWEEPS USM: Bekah Jackson, Allie Luisi and Sam Hebert each drove in four runs to help the Panthers (14-4, 4-4 Little East) earn 13-0 and 6-0 wins over the Huskies (3-27, 1-5) at Gorham.

BATES SWEEPS UM-FARMINGTON: Lauren Do-bish’s three-run homer powered Bates (14-6) to a six-run third inning and an 8-3 victory over the Beavers (10-16) during the first game of a doubleheader in Farmington.

Bates then set a program-best winning streak of nine games with a 14-6 victory in the nightcap. Dobish again led the Bobcats, rapping a two-run single during a seven-run sixth inning.

ST. JOSEPH’S SWEEPS MOUNT IDA: Danyelle Shufelt scored both runs as the Monks (26-4) rallied from a 1-0 first-inning deficit to beat Mount Ida (16-23) 2-1 and sweep a doubleheader in Standish.

Lindsay Moore led St. Joseph’s to a 9-1 victory in the first game, with three hits, three RBI and three runs.

UNE SWEEPS WESTERN NEW ENGLAND: Kelly Reid pitched 92/3 innings to earn the win in both games as the Nor’easters (18-10, 10-4 Commonwealth Coast) took 2-1 and 8-7 victories over the Golden Bears (12-16, 6-6) at Biddeford.

Reid tossed a five-hitter with five strikeouts and two walks in the opener. Amanda Vaudreuil homered in the second and Allie Frazier scored the go-ahead run on an error in the fifth.

In the second game, Reid allowed a run on two hits while fanning five in 22/3 innings of relief. UNE took the lead in the fifth when Frazier hit a two-run single and scored on a triple by Ashley Gott.


USM 9, PLYMOUTH ST. 8: Dylan Kenney scored his fourth goal of the game 26 seconds into overtime to give the Huskies (4-8, 1-3 Little East) the edge over the Panthers (8-3, 2-2) at Plymouth, N.H.

Ryan Foley and Dan Thomas added two goals apiece for Southern Maine.


COLBY 10, BOWDOIN 9: Kate Pistel scored four goals and Lindsey McKenna had three for the Mules (11-1, 7-1 NESCAC), who took a 6-5 halftime lead and held off the Polar Bears (8-5, 5-4) at Waterville.

Claire Donegan added two goals for Colby. Elizabeth Clegg and Carolyn Gorajek each had three goals and an assist for Bowdoin.

ST. JOSEPH’S 9, MT. IDA 7: Cassie Diplock had four goals and an assist to help the Monks (8-4, 5-3) get by the Mustangs (4-8, 3-4) at Standish.

Erika Waterhouse and Anneka Adame each added two goals for St. Joseph’s.


BOWDOIN: Brianne Weaver was named head coach, replacing Maren Rojas, who stepped down in February after a 6-6-3 record.

For the past six seasons, Weaver was head coach for St. Mary’s of Maryland, where she graduated in 2000.