BRUNSWICK — Shawn Daly scored 50 seconds into overtime to send Bowdoin College to a 9-8 victory over Middlebury in a NESCAC men’s lacrosse game on Saturday afternoon.

Brett Kujala scored four goals and had one assist and Daly finished with three goals and an assist for the Polar Bears (5-1, 3-1).

Matthew Crowell and Clayton Wright also scored for Bowdoin, which used a 4-0 third quarter run to erase a 6-4 halftime deficit.

Tim Giarrusso scored the equalizer for the Panthers (4-3, 2-2) with 42 seconds left in regulation.

UNE 20, USM 5: Dan Auger set school records for points and assists in a game, collecting two goals and eight assists for the University of New England (5-4) in a rout of Southern Maine (4-2) at Biddeford.

Tom Luttrell tied a school record with seven goals for the Nor’easters, who raced to a 7-0 first-quarter lead.

Mitch Mullin collected three goals and an assist for UNE.

The Huskies were led by Seth Wing with three goals. Nate DelGiudice added two.

BATES 11, WILLIAMS 8: The Bobcats (7-1, 3-1 NESCAC), ranked No. 6 nationally, used four unanswered goals in the final four minutes of the third quarter to get by the Ephs (3-3, 2-2) at Lewiston.

Kyle Weber, Clarke Jones and Andrew Melvin each scored twice for Bates, which held a 9-5 lead after three quarters.

Jack Allard had a goal and two assists, and Ken O’Friel, Wes Shrewsbury, Burke Smith and Charlie Fay also scored for the Bobcats.

CONNECTICUT COLLEGE 21, COLBY 4: Derek Bertolini scored five goals and dished out a pair of assists as the Camels handled the Mules at New London, Connecticut.

Connecticut College (4-3, 1-2 NESCAC) got the first five goals before Max Cushman got Colby on the board in the second quarter.

Kevin Seiler, Kevin Beil and William Erwin added goals for the Mules (2-5, 0-4) in the fourth period.

Pierce DellaFera scored four goals for Connecticut College.

JOHNSON & WALES 14, ST. JOSESPH’S 3: The Wildcats (5-4) opened with a flurry, cruising to a 12-0 halftime lead over the Monks (3-5) in a Great Northeast Athletic Conference opener at Providence, Rhode Island.

Joe O’Reilly got St. Joseph’s on the board early in the third quarter with an assist from Mark LaPierre.

Michael Finn added a goal for St. Joseph’s later in the third with an assist from Jake O’Brien. O’Brien had a goal in the fourth.


ST. JOSEPH’S 17, JOHNSON & WALES 8: Kat Gadbois and Kelsey Dumond combined for 10 goals as the Monks (7-1, 2-0 GNAC) easily got by the Wildcats (3-5, 0-2) at Memorial Field in Portland.

Gadbois scored three of her game-high six goals before intermission as St. Joseph’s jumped out to a 7-2 halftime lead, enjoying a 12-6 advantage in shots on goal.

Jackie Wilson had two goals and two assists for the Monks.

BATES 14, WILLIAMS 5: Moriah Greenstein collected five goals and one assist to lead the 13th-ranked Bobcats (7-1, 3-1 NESCAC) to a win over the Ephs (4-4, 2-2) at Williamstown, Massachusetts.

Drew Berry added three goals for Bates, which outscored Williams 10-3 in the second half to pull away.

Bates also got a goal and two assists apiece from Alex Briody and Sydney Howard.

MIDDLEBURY 20, BOWDOIN 9: Mary O’Connell set a single-game school record for points with nine goals and four assists as she led the Panthers (6-0, 4-0 NESCAC) easily past the Polar Bears (3-4, 0-4) at Middlebury, Vermont.

Middlebury scored six of the first seven goals, with only Bowdoin’s Emma Beecher breaking up the Middlebury run.

Megan O’Connor had three goals and two assists for the Polar Bears, while Beecher also recorded a hat trick.

UNE 14, USM 8: Jocelyn Davee had a career-high five goals and also scooped six ground balls to help the Nor’easters (4-3) beat the Huskies (1-3) at Gorham.

UNE held a 7-6 lead at halftime, then scored the first five goals of the second half to pull away.

Korinne Bohunsky added four goals for the Nor’easters, while Katie Cawley added two.

Southern Maine was led by Sam Campobasso who had three goals and an assist. Sarah Pelligrinelli and Lauren Lessard each scored twice.


ST. THOMAS 5, USM 1: Cory Quinlan hit an RBI double during a three-run first inning and later added an RBI triple, Eric Veglahn struck out 12 in eight innings, and the Tommies (6-2) beat the Huskies (6-4) at Auburndale, Florida.

Southern Maine’s Sam Dexter singled and scored on a double by Sam Stauble in the third.

Stauble, Paul McDonough and Kip Richard finished with two hits apiece for the Huskies.

UM-FARMINGTON 12, ST. JOSEPH’S 9: Dustin McCrossin had four hits, four RBI and two runs scored for the Beavers (7-2) in a come-from-behind victory over the Monks (5-6) in Winter Haven, Florida.

McCrossin’s two-run single helped spark a seven-run eighth that put Farmington up 10-6.

After the Beavers tacked on two in the ninth, the Monks got a three-run homer by Jameson Collins in the bottom of inning.

Collins also hit two sacrifice flies to finish with five RBI. Taylor Reuillard added three hits and four runs scored for the Monks.

BATES, SALEM STATE SPLIT: Connor Speed struck out seven and walked two while tossing a five-hitter for the Bobcats (6-8) as they earned a 5-1 victory in the second game to split a doubleheader with the Vikings (5-8) at Salem, Massachusetts.

The Bobcats took the lead with three runs in the top of the fourth on RBI singles by Evan Czopek, Ryan McCarthy and Christian Colon.

Colon finished with two RBI, and McCarthy and John Dinucci had two hits apiece. Dinucci also scored two runs.

In the opener Alex Toomey hit a pinch-hit, two-out RBI single in the fourth to lift the Vikings to a 1-0 win. Bates starter Connor Colombo gave up one run on six hits in six innings.

SMCC, HOLYOKE CC SPLIT: The Seawolves (9-13) scored three runs in the sixth to take the lead for good in a 7-4 victory over the Cougars (1-1) in the late game of a doubleheader at South Portland.

Cam Brochu was 3 for 4 with a pair of RBI for Southern Maine CC, while Edgar Montan scored three runs.

Holyoke CC won the opener 9-2.


MAINE SWEEPS QUINNIPIAC: The Black Bears (10-11) scored five unearned runs in the top of the fourth inning to break open the first game of a doubleheader against Quinnipiac (9-14) at Hamden, Connecticut, winning 9-2 before taking the second game 3-1.

Alyssa Derrick was 3 for 4 with two runs scored for Maine in the opener, while Sarah Coyne and Felicia Lennon each had two hits.

Molly Flowers pitched a complete game in the second game allowing four hits while striking out 13 strikeouts as the Black Bears (10-11) took the second game 3-1.

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