BANGOR — Elvar Fridriksson had 19 points and seven assists to lead Long Island University-Brooklyn to a 83-70 victory over Maine on Tuesday night.

Landon Atterberry scored 16 points, Iverson Fleming added 11 and Gerrell Martin chipped in 10 for LIU-Brooklyn (1-6).

Maine held a 34-30 halftime lead, but Fridriksson nailed a 3-pointer to open the second half, Atterberry hit another 3 and Nura Zanna drove for a layup as the Blackbirds took a 38-36 lead. LIU-Brooklyn stretched its advantage to 60-47 at the midway point of the second half.

The Blackbirds made 10 of 17 from long range, part of making 27 of 54 attempts from the floor.

Shaun Lawton had 16, Garet Beal added 14 and Zarko Valjarevic chipped in 12 for Maine (1-7).

BOWDOIN 71, MAINE MARITIME 49: Keegan Pieri scored a career-high 27 points with 10 rebounds to lead the Polar Bears (5-3) over the Mariners (1-6) to snap a three-game losing streak, at Brunswick.

Pieri made 9 of 15 field-goal attempts with two 3-pointers and 7 of 10 free throws.

The Polar Bears led 36-15 at halftime, and the Mariners could get no closer than 13 points the rest of the way.

Nick Holt scored 15 points on five 3-pointers for the Mariners.


SOUTHERN MAINE 77, SALEM STATE 37: Rebecca Knight scored a team-high 13 points with nine rebounds and three assists and the Huskies (5-3) used a balanced offense to defeat the Vikings (2-4) for their third win in the last four games.

Megan Pelletier added 11 points with seven rebounds and three steals, and Kate Lipka finished with nine points. Stephanie Gallagher, Taylor Flood and Miranda Nicely each had eight points.

The Huskies outscored the Vikings 17-2 over the final eight minutes of the first half for a 35-15 lead, then put together a 16-3 run in the opening eight minutes of the second half.

Rachael Carter had 12 points and 16 rebounds for the Vikings (2-4).


BOWDOIN 4, SOUTHERN MAINE 1: Chris Fenwick had two goals as the Polar Bears (7-2-1) scored all of their goals in the third period against the Huskies (1-9) at Gorham.

John Waghorne scored with 2:36 left in the first period for the Huskies.

Bowdoin scored its first three goals during a 3:19 span of the third beginning with a power-play goal by Matthew Melanson.

Fenwick got the winner at 3:49, before Matthew Lison got his sixth of the season at 5:50. Fenwick scored his other goal at 10:35.