MANCHESTER, N.H. — Jason Salvaggio and Tyler Kelleher each had two goals and two assists, and the University of New Hampshire outlasted Maine for a 6-4 victory Friday night in a nonconference men’s hockey game at SNHU Arena.

It was the Wildcats’ third win over the Black Bears this season, completing a regular-season sweep.

Kelleher’s first goal of the game put UNH (9-7-2) ahead for good, making it 3-2 at 5:44 of the second period.

Salvaggio’s second goal made it 5-3 with 5:58 remaining in the third, and Kelleher added an empty-netter for a three-goal cushion with 1:07 left.

Eric Schurhamer had two goals for Maine (7-10-3). Ryan Smith and Patrick Holway also scored.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

BOSTON COLLEGE 64, MAINE 53: Georgia Pineau scored 16 points and the Eagles (7-6) used a 46-22 advantage in the middle quarters to get past the Black Bears (7-8) at Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts.

A 10-run in the second quarter helped the Eagles take a 40-23 halftime lead. Boston College expanded the lead to 58-32 with a 18-9 rally in the third.

Fanny Wadling and Julie Brosseau each had 11 points, and Blanca Millan and Pepe Hernandez chipped in 10 points apiece for Maine.

BATES 70, D’YOUVILLE 45: Nina Davenport scored 28 points with 11 rebounds as the Bobcats (3-7) handled the Spartans (4-5) at Salem, Massachusetts.

Erika Lamere added 16 points, and Allie Coppola had 10 points with 11 rebounds for Bates.

SOUTHEASTERN (FLA.) 82, ST. JOSEPH’S 40: Bailey Hooker scored 17 points and the Fire (12-0) took advantage of 34 turnovers by the Monks (7-2) at Lakeland, Florida.

Kelsi McNamara had 13 points and Hannah Marks added 11 for the St. Joseph’s, which was outscored 49-14 over the middle quarters.

COLBY 69, KEAN 63: MK Caverly had 16 points, and Haley Driscoll and Ainsley Burns each added 15 as the Mules (6-4) defeated the Cougars (7-5) at Union, New Jersey.

Driscoll made a basket and Caverly hit two free throws with 36 seconds left for a 66-61 lead. Driscoll added a free throw before Kean made a layup, and Caverly closed it out with two free throws.

(9) WASHINGTON 99, OREGON 77: Kelsey Plum scored 44 points, Chantel Osahor had 18 points and 12 rebounds, and the Huskies (14-1, 2-0 Pac-12) rolled at Oregon (10-3, 0-1) for their 11th straight victory.

(13) STANFORD 64, (18) ARIZONA 57: Erica McCall had her sixth double-double of the season, Karlie Samuelson scored 16 points, and the Cardinal (11-2) scored the last six points in a Pac-12 opener at Arizona (9-3).

MEN’S BASKETBALL

BUFFALO 79, MAINE 60: Austin Howard had a game-high 18 points and Andrew Fleming added 14 points and 12 rebounds for the Black Bears (4-10) but it wasn’t enough in a loss to the Bulls (5-8) at Buffalo, New York.

Blake Hamilton and CJ Massinburg each scored 15 points for Buffalo.

Maine took a 7-2 lead in the opening minutes but the Bulls reeled off a 13-0 run over five minutes and led 37-27 at halftime.

The Black Bears rallied to get within a point at 40-39 with 17:09 left in the second half, but the Bulls scored 18 of the next 21 points to take control.

Fleming recorded his third straight double-double.

UNE 95, KEENE STATE 69: Gavin Dibble scored 30 points as the Nor’easters (3-7) cruised to a win over the Owls (6-4) at Keene, New Hampshire.

Dibble shot 6 of 7 from 3-point range and was 12 of 14 from the foul line.

Drew Coveney added 19 points, nine assists and six rebounds, Jean-Luc Parker chipped in with 16 points and seven steals for UNE.

ST. JOSEPH’S 91, BOWDOIN 88: Aaron Hall scored the go-ahead basket with 14 seconds left in overtime as the Monks (5-5) rallied to beat the Polar Bears (6-4)in Standish.

Quinn Richardson-Newton added two free throws for St. Joseph’s, and Jack Simonds’ tying 3-point attempt was off the mark.

Simonds finished with 35 points for the Polar Bears. Darian Berry scored 21 for the Monks, including a tying 3-pointer with 12 seconds left in regulation.

SALEM STATE 91, USM 60: Shaquan Murray and Marcus Faison each scored 16 points as the Vikings (6-6) downed the Huskies (4-7) in the final game of the Salem State Holiday Classic in Salem, Massachusetts.

Zach Leal and Jacob Littlefield each scored 13 points to lead Southern Maine. Leal had also had seven rebounds, while Littlefield dished out six assists.

(4) BAYLOR 76, OKLAHOMA 50: Johnathan Motley had 19 points and 13 rebounds as Baylor (12-0) jumped on host Oklahoma (6-6) early and breezed to a victory in a Big 12 opener.

(11) WEST VIRGINIA 92, OKLAHOMA STATE 75: Daxter Miles Jr. scored 22 points and Jevon Carter had 15 points and six assists to lead West Virginia (12-1) to a win at Oklahoma State (10-3) in a Big 12 opener.


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