NEW BRITAIN, Conn. — Kevin Little scored 19 points and Ilija Stojiljkovic grabbed 11 rebounds and Maine picked up its first road win of the season, holding off Central Connecticut State, 81-74 on Sunday afternoon.

After beating Longwood 92-82 on Wednesday, the Black Bears (2-3) have their first two-game win streak since Feb. 1, 2014.

Jahlil Nails hit the second of two free throws to pull Central Connecticut (0-5) within 76-73 with 1:18 left, but the Black Bears hit 5 of 6 from the free-throw line in the final minute.

Til Gloger scored 15 and Devine Eke added 11 for Maine, which shot 47.5 percent from the field (28 of 59), including 7 of 20 (35 percent) from beyond the arc.

Austin Nehls and Khalen Cumberlander each scored 15 points for the Blue Devils.

UNE 101, BATES 89: Devin Thompson scored 21 points and Drew Coveney and CJ Autry added 18 points apiece to lead the Nor’easters (5-2) over the Bobcats (2-2) at Lewiston.

Coveney also had eight assists and six rebounds and Jean-Luc Parker scored 11 points for the Nor’easters, who led 43-37 at halftime and didn’t trailed the rest of the way.

Bates trailed by 12 points early in the second half, but came back to tie the game at 66-66 with 8:41 remaining. UNE responded with 10 straight points.

The Bobcats were led by Malcolm Delpeche with 18 points.

ST. JOSEPH’S 71, SOUTHERN MAINE 66: Andrew Ruffen made a 3-pointer with 3:48 left to break a 62-62 tie and give the Monks (3-2) the lead for good in a win over the Huskies (4-2) at Standish.

John Crawley paced the Monks with 19 points, including a jumper with 58 seconds left that put St. Joseph’s ahead 67-62.

Ruffen finished with 14 points and eight rebounds and Quinn Richardson-Newton added 14 points and nine rebounds for the Monks.

Cole Libby led the Huskies with 18 points and Jose Novchanthavong chipped in 14 points.

BUNKER HILL C.C. 85, SOUTHERN MAINE C.C. 80: Davis Stewart scored 21 points and the Bulldogs (7-1) never trailed in a win over the Seawolves (3-6) at South Portland.

Ville Wuorenjuuri scored 17 points to lead five players in double figures for SMCC.

COLBY 63, REGIS 62: Ryan Jann’s 3-pointer with 1.2 seconds left lifted the Mules (3-1) over the Pride (2-3) at Weston, Massachusetts.

Chris Hudnut had 17 points and nine rebounds for the Mules, who saw their 60-53 lead get erased by a Regis 9-0 run.

Luke Westman added 10 points, five rebounds and five assists for Colby.

BOWDOIN 88, BABSON 84: Lucas Hausman scored 33 points and Jack Simonds added 29 for the Polar Bears (2-2) who led by as many as 17 points in the second half before edging the Beavers (5-1) in overtime at Brunswick.

Hausman, a senior, became the 24th player in school history to reach the 1,000-point mark. He has 1,028 career points.

The Polar Bears went 12 for 14 from the foul line in overtime.


BOWDOIN 5, UMASS-BOSTON 0: Sebastian Foster had a goal and an assist, and Cody Todesco and Matt Sullivan added two assists apiece as the Polar Bears (1-3-1) handed the Beacons (6-1-1) their first loss of the season during the second day of the Bowdoin/Colby Classic at Brunswick.

Peter Cronin made 38 saves to record the shutout for Bowdoin.

The Polar Bears also got goals from Camil Blanchet, Matthew Melanson, Austin Ricci and Bradley Potter.

COLBY 5, ENDICOTT 2: Cam MacDonald and Jonathan Sdao each had a goal and an assist for the Mules (1-2-1) who pulled away from the Gulls (5-2-2) during the second day of the Bowdoin/Colby Face-Off Classic.

John Rourke, Nick O’Connor and Scott Fenwick also scored for the Mules and goalie Emerson Verrier made 30 saves.

UNE 6, UMASS-DARTMOUTH 2: Brady Fleurent scored three goals and also had an assist to lead the Nor’easters (4-4-1) past the Corsairs (2-5-2) in the championship game of the PAL Stovepipe Tournament at Hooksett, New Hampshire.

Dylan Bengston, Blaise Healy and Armand Uomoleale added goals for the Nor’easters.

UNE goalie Connor Maloney finished with 27 saves.