INDIANAPOLIS — Kellen Dunham scored 18 points for a Butler team that shot a school-record 71.9 percent Saturday in a 99-57 men’s basketball victory over Maine.

Zarko Valjarevic and Aaron Calixte led Maine with 12 points each.

UNIVERSITY OF NEW ENGLAND 66, MAINE MARITIME 41: Jean Luc Parker scored 15 points to lift the Nor’easters past the Mariners in the Ramada Roundball Invitational in Biddeford.

SOUTHERN MAINE CC 70, VERMONT TECH 53: Carlos Gonzalez had 12 points and eight rebounds as the Seawolves (6-1, 2-0 YSCC) held off the Knights (2-2, 2-2) at South Portland.

BATES 81, NICHOLS 78: Mike Boornazian scored 25 points to lead the Bobcats to a win in the Babson Invitational in Babson Park, Massachusetts.

BOWDOIN 77, ELMS 57: All five starters scored in double figures as the Polar Bears (1-0) handled the Blazers (0-1) at the Westfield State Tip-Off tournament in Westfield, Massachusetts.

COLBY 73, PURCHASE 70: The Mules hit 7 of 8 free throws in the final 1:49 of overtime at the Eastern Connecticut Tournament in Willimantic, Connecticut.

ANNA MARIA 86, SOUTHERN MAINE 83: The Huskies scored 56 points in the second half but fell short at the Connecticut College Tip-Off Tournament in New London, Connecticut.

FIELD HOCKEY

BOWDOIN 4, MT. HOLYOKE 0: The Polar Bears (16-2) scored a pair of goals in each half and shut out the Lyons (17-3) in an NCAA Division III tournament game in Brunswick.

Bowdoin took a 1-0 lead in the second minute on a goal by Colleen Finnerty. Kimmy Ganong made it 2-0 in the third minute. Rachel Kennedy and Adrienne O’Donnell scored in the second half.

Bowdoin (17-2) advances to play Skidmore in the regional final at 1 p.m. Sunday.

MIDDLEBURY 7, UNIVERSITY OF NEW ENGLAND 0: The Panthers (18-1) scored five first-half goals as they handled the Nor’easters (17-7) in the second round of the NCAA Division III tournament in Middlebury, Vermont.

Olivia Jurkowitz and Pam Schulman each had two goals and an assist for Middlebury. Jillian Green added a pair of goals.

Holly Smith made six saves for UNE.

WOMEN’S RUGBY

BOWDOIN 29, RUTGERS 23: The Polar Bears (10-0) came from behind to defeat the Scarlet Knights and advance to the finals of the Northeast Regional of the ACRA/USA Rugby Division II tournament in Hanover, New Hampshire.

Bowdoin scored the first try of the contest when Randi London capped a 70-meter march downfield, and a try by Addison Carvajal made it 10-0. Rutgers countered with a pair of tries and took the lead with a three-point penalty kick. After London scored again to put Bowdoin back in front, Rutgers scored 10 straight points.

A third try by London closed the gap to 23-22. Bowdoin was awarded a penalty try for the go-ahead points, and Carvajal added a conversion for the final points.

The Polar Bears play Marist at 1 p.m. Sunday, seeking to earn a trip to the national semifinals in December.

MEN’S SOCCER

BOWDOIN 3, BROCKPORT STATE 2: Noah Saffian drove 60 yards through defenders to score unassisted 5:47 into overtime as Bowdoin (10-6-3) edged Brockport State (10-4-6) in the first round of the NCAA Division III tournament at Waltham, Massachusetts.

Thomas Henshall and Nabil Odulate also scored for Bowdoin. Odulate’s goal with 25:30 left in regulation tied it.

Bowdoin advances to play Brandeis in the second round at 5 p.m. Sunday.

WOMEN’S SOCCER

ROGER WILLIAMS 3, BOWDOIN 0: Mariah Kaiser had a pair of unassisted goals as the Hawks (18-2-4) eliminated the Polar Bears (12-5) in the first round of the NCAA Division III tournament in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

SOUTHERN MAINE 81, UMAINE-FARMINGTON 42: Rebecca Knight scored 12 points and the Huskies beat the Beavers in a season opener at the USM Tip-Off Classic in Gorham.

BATES 76, ELMS 58: Seniors Kristin Calvo and Molly Brown each had career highs to help the Bobcats to a win in the Rutland Herald Tipoff Classic at Castleton, Vermont.

ST. JOSEPH’S 73, MIT 50: Emily Quirion and Norma Waggett each scored 12 points off the bench to lead the Monks past the Engineers at the Curry Tip-Off Classic in Milton, Massachusetts.

COLBY 79, UMASS-BOSTON 74: Carylanne Wolfington hit a 3-pointer with 50 seconds left to help the Mules secure a season-opening win over the Beacons in Waterville.

UNIVERSITY OF NEW ENGLAND 65, WELLESLEY 51: Sadie DiPierro scored 15 points and Alanna Vose added 12 points as the Nor’easters (1-0) won in the Ramada Roundball Invitational at Biddeford.

ROGER WILLIAMS 58, BOWDOIN 57: Angelica Ariola hit the winning free throw with two seconds left as the Hawks (1-0) edged the Polar Bears (0-1) at the Maine Maritime Tip-Off in Castine.

SOUTHERN MAINE CC 108, VERMONT TECH 53: Amira Jones had 18 points and six rebounds to lead five players in double digits as the Seawolves (4-3, 2-0 YSCC) rolled pass the Knights (2-2, 2-2) in South Portland.

BATES 76, ELMS 58: Seniors Kristin Calvo and Molly Brown both had career-highs to help the Bobcats win in the Rutland Herald Tipoff Classic in Castleton, Vermont.

Calvo finished with 17 points and seven assists, and Brown added 16 points and six assists.

WOMEN’S HOCKEY

ST. ANSELM 3, SOUTHERN MAINE 0: Allison Quinn score a pair of early goals as the Hawks (5-1, 3-1 ECAC East) jumped out to a 3-0 lead and beat the Huskies (1-3, 1-3) in Gorham.

ST. MICHAEL’S 3, UNIVERSITY OF NEW ENGLAND 2: Amanda Kempainen scored 2:50 into overtime to give St. Michael’s a win at Biddeford.

MIDDLEBURY 7, COLBY 1: Six players scored as the Panthers (1-0) rolled past the Mules (0-1) at Middlebury, Vermont.

MEN’S HOCKEY

ST. MICHAEL’S 2, SOUTHERN MAINE 0: Danny Divis and Josh Dickman scored 12 seconds apart late in the second period to propel St. Michael’s over Southern Maine at South Burlington, Vermont.

BOWDOIN 6, MIDDLEBURY 0: John McGinnis had two goals and two assists as the Polar Bears easily controlled the Panthers in Brunswick.

NORWICH 4, UNIVERSITY OF NEW ENGLAND 1: The Cadets rallied from an early deficit to beat the Nor’easters in Northfield, Vermont.

Trevor Fleurent scored for UNE.

WILLIAMS 4, COLBY 2: C.J. Shugart scored two goals in the third period as Williams beat Colby in Waterville.