AUBURNDALE, Fla. — Joe Coyne went 4 for 4 with a two-run homer, three RBI and two runs, pacing a 17-hit offense for St. Joseph’s College in an 18-4 victory against Westfield State in a nonconference baseball game Tuesday.

Nic Lops added three hits, including two doubles, drove in five runs and scored twice for the Monks (6-2), who led 5-4 before breaking the game open with a six-run sixth inning against the Owls (3-2).

Louie Vigars added three hits, two RBI and two runs, and Taylor Black had three hits with three runs and an RBI for St. Joseph’s.


MAINE 3, FLORIDA ATLANTIC 2: Alex Calbick went 3 for 4 with an RBI and scored the eventual winning run as the Black Bears (5-11) edged the Owls (11-6) at Boca Raton, Fla.

Maine scored two runs in the sixth inning on a wild pitch and an error to take a 3-1 lead.



THOMAS NELSON 9, SOUTHERN MAINE CC 6: Hunter Triplett went 3 for 4 with two RBI and two runs for Thomas Nelson (1-2), which scored eight runs between the third and fifth innings to pull away from the Seawolves (8-8) at Hampton, Va.

Jon Daniszewski had three hits and scored twice, and Brendan Horton and Zach Horton added two hits and two RBI apiece for SMCC.


APPRENTICE 4, SOUTHERN MAINE CC 1: Chris Perry scattered three hits over six strong innings and Sam Massie closed the game with a perfect seventh to lift the Builders (15-6) over the Seawolves (8-9) at Hampton, Va.

SMCC cut the deficit to 2-1 in the fifth inning when Timothy Ande scored on a double by Adam Volkern, but the Builders responded with two in the bottom of the inning.



ST. JOSEPH’S 4, SALEM STATE 0: Rae-Marie Copan gave up three singles as the Monks (2-1) shut out the Vikings (2-7) at Fort Myers, Fla.

Melissa Mayhew drove in the first run with a sacrifice fly in the first inning and added an RBI single and scored during a three-run fifth.


ST. JOSEPH’S 2, MCLA 1: Erica Boulanger gave up one unearned run on four hits asthe Monks (3-1) edged the Trailblazers (2-6) in eight innings at Fort Myers, Fla.

After the Trailblazers took the lead in the top of the eighth, the Monks scored twice in the bottom of the inning.



ST. JOSEPH’S 5, HUSSON 4: Dalton Eldridge tied it with 6:20 left in regulation and Max Meserve added the winning goal 24 seconds into overtime to lift the Monks (1-1) over the Eagles (0-1) at Bangor.

Jake O’Brien scored twice for the Monks, who trailed 4-2 before tying it on goals by Alex O’Neill and Eldridge in a three- minute span midway through the fourth quarter.


ENDICOTT 14, UNIVERSITY OF NEW ENGLAND 5: Jeremy Morgan, Kyle Weber and Harrison Cotter each had three goals for the Gulls (4-0), who scored 11 unanswered goals over the final three quarters to rally past the Nor’easters (2-3) at Beverly, Mass.

Patrick Wolfe finished with three goals for the Nor’easters.



COLBY 13, GORDON 10: Derek Youngman and Austin Sayre each scored a pair of first- quarter goals as the Mules (3-0) took an 8-1 lead and held off the Fighting Scots (3-2) at Waterville.


BATES 10, SKIDMORE 9: Evan Chen scored three goals, including what proved to be the winner, as the Bobcats (1-2) held off the Thoroughbreds (0-4) at Providence, R.I.


OCCIDENTAL 18, ST. JOSEPH’S 4: Rebecca Belding had two goals and four assists to pace the Tigers (6-0) past the Monks (1-2) at Los Angeles.



BOWDOIN 15, ENDICOTT 5: Betsy Sachs and Jordan Smith scored five goals apiece, and Sachs also had an assist as the Polar Bears (2-2 cruised past the Gulls (2-1) in a game at Beverly, Mass.


COLBY 21, SOUTHERN MAINE 4: Alex Mintz and Katharine Eddy each scored three goals for the Mules (2-1) against the Huskies (0-2) at Waterville.


BATES 16, BABSON 10: Moriah Greenstein and Wally Pierce scored four goals apiece to help the Bobcats (4-1) pull away from the Beavers (0-4) at Lewiston.


BENTLEY: Nicola Mancini of Falmouth qualified for the NCAA Division II championships in a pre-qualification meet at Geneva, Ohio. Mancini finished sixth in the 3-meter diving and seventh in the 1-meter.

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