STANDISH — Scott Betts went 3 for 4 with a home run and four RBI, leading St. Joseph’s College to a 10-7 baseball win Sunday over Southern Maine.

Betts gave the Monks (22-12) a 5-4 lead with a two-run homer in the bottom of the fourth, then capped a three-run fifth with an RBI single and singled home another run in the seventh.

Taylor Reuillard added three hits and scored three runs. Steven Albert (3-0) got the win with 22/3 hitless innings in relief of Matt Wojciak.

USM (18-9) scored in each of the first four innings. Matt Bender had two hits and scored three runs for the Huskies, and Sam Dexter hit a solo home run.

HARTFORD 6, MAINE 3: The Hawks (12-22, 5-7 America East) took advantage of three errors in the top of the 12th inning to defeat the Black Bears (14-19, 4-6) at Orono.

After surrendering a run in the top of the fourth, Maine responded with single runs in the fourth, fifth and sixth innings to take a 3-1 lead.

Hartford tied the contest in the top of the eight on a two-run double from Ryan Lukach.

Scott Heath and Brett Chappell each went 2 for 5 for the Black Bears. Chappell had an RBI single in the fourth, then doubled in the sixth and scored on a wild pitch.

Jacob Gosselin-Deschesnes pitched the first seven innings for Maine, allowing one run on four hits and one walk.

BATES SPLITS WITH WILLIAMS: Bates (9-11) scored a pair of runs in the top of 10th inning to edge the Ephs 6-4 in the second game of a doubleheader at Williamstown, Massachusetts.

Ryan McCarthy lined a double to deep left to knock in Rockwell Jackson with the go-ahead run. Alex Parker followed with a sacrifice fly that drove home Brendan Fox.

Mekae Hyde scored the game tying run for Bates in the top of the ninth when Sam Berry hit his third double of the game.

Sam Maliska picked up the win with three innings of scoreless relief.

Williams (8-14) won the first game 3-2, scoring two runs in the bottom of the seventh on a bases-loaded double by Luke Pierce.


STONY BROOK 2, MAINE 1: Bria Green singled home Chelsea Evans in the top of the ninth inning as the Seawolves (21-13, 7-2 America East) nipped the Black Bears (16-17, 5-4) at Orono.

Maine struck first in the second inning when Nikki Byron lined a base hit through the right side, driving home Emj Fogel.

Stony Brook tied it in the sixth on a home run by Lauren Kamachi.

Alexis Bogdanovich went the distance on the mound for Maine, striking out 11 while giving up nine hits and two walks.

TUFTS 13, BATES 0: Raina Galbiati allowed only a fourth-inning single by Kira Shaikh and drove in three runs as the Jumbos (26-0, 8-0 NESCAC East), ranked No. 1 in NCAA Division III, beat the Bobcats (3-17, 1-7 East) in five innings at Brunswick.

Tufts scored six runs in the bottom of the first inning and added seven in the second.

TUFTS 5, BOWDOIN 4: Michelle Cooprider hit a tiebreaking single in the sixth inning as the Jumbos (27-0, 9-0 NESCAC East) came from behind to defeat the Polar Bears (21-11, 8-4 East) at Brunswick.

Bowdoin grabbed a 4-2 lead in the third inning on a two-run single by Adriane Krul, a sacrifice fly by Cielle Collins and an RBI single by Julia Geaumont. Tufts tied it with two runs in the fifth.

BOWDOIN SWEEPS UMF: Adriane Krul and Siena Mitman combined for seven RBI in the opener, and Julia Geaumont pitched a two-hitter in the second game as the Polar Bears (23-11) collected a pair of five-inning wins over the visiting Beavers (4-16), 13-1 and 10-0.

Krul broke a 1-1 tie in Game 1 with a three-run homer in the second inning. She finished with four RBI.

Emily Griffin was the winning pitcher, scattering eight hits.

Geaumont struck out seven and didn’t issue a walk in Game 2. Bowdoin took a 4-0 lead in the first, aided by Lauren O’Shea’s two-run triple, and Geaumont’s RBI single capped a three-run second inning.

UNE SWEPT BY ENDICOTT: Courtney Blake was the winning pitcher in both games as Endicott (15-12, 11-2 Commonwealth Coast) recorded two wins over the University of New England (16-15, 8-6), holding on for a 4-3 win in Game 2 after an 8-0 victory in the opener.

Amanda Vallante, Kelly Murphy and losing pitcher Abby Lambert each had two hits for UNE in Game 2.

The Nor’easters were held to five hits in the first game.