BOSTON — Cassidy Pratt scored the winning goal on a feed from Tala Glass with 7:04 to play in regulation as Bowdoin topped UMass-Boston 4-2 Tuesday night in the 10th annual Codfish Bowl tournament.

Grace Fisher had the only goal of the first period.

Bowdoin (6-1-2) answered with a pair of goals in the span of 36 seconds in the second period as Julie Dachile put in a pass from Katie Leininger at 9:43 and Marissa Fichter followed on a setup from Brooke Solomon.

Kristen Embrey scored the tying goal for the Breakers with 4:20 to go in the period.

Solomon added an unassisted goal late in the third period for the Polar Bears.

SACRED HEART 4, SOUTHERN MAINE 1: Jayne Lewis and Katie Stueve each had a goal and an assist as Sacred Heart (7-6-1) pulled away from the Huskies (3-8) in Gorham.

Alex Mitchell converted Katie Couture’s assist as Southern Maine opened a 1-0 lead 7:20 into the game.

ENDICOTT 4, COLBY 3: The Gulls (11-0-1) opened a 3-1 lead after one period and held off the Mules (0-7-2) in a non-conference game at Beverly, Massachusetts.

Jade Meier, Meredith Viachos, Lexi Klein and Micheala McNamara scored for Endicott.

Mikayla McLaughlin, Cassidy Holzer and Delaney Flynn scored for Colby.

MEN’S BASKETBALL

BATES 73. BRANDEIS 66: Jerome Darling scored a career-high 20 points as the Bobcats (9-3) won their fourth straight, defeating the Judges (3-6) in a nonconference matchup at Waltham, Massachusetts.

The game was tied at 30 at the half, and there were nine lead changes and five ties in the second half until Bates took control for good at 52-49 on Darling’s 3-point jumper with 5:02 to play, sparking a 14-2 run.

BOWDOIN 88, BRIDGEWATER STATE 81: Blake Gordon’s 3-pointer gave Bowdoin (7-4) a 33-21 lead with 5:05 left in the first half.

The Polar Bears maintained a double-digit lead, which reached 21, until Michael Soares pulled the Bears (7-5) to within nine with a pair of free throws during the final minute of play in Bridgewater, Massachusetts.

Jack Bors scored 23 for Bowdoin. Keyon Armstrong led Bridgewater State with 17.

UNE 64, WESTERN NEW ENGLAND 59: Drew Coveney scored all of his game-high 16 points in the second half as the Nor’easters (4-7, 2-2 CCC) edged the Golden Bears (1-9, 0-4) at Harold Alfond Forum in Biddeford.

(13) WISCONSIN 75, (25) INDIANA 68: Ethan Happ scored 19 points and Bronson Koenig added 17 to lead the visiting Badgers (13-2, 2-0 Big Ten) over the Hoosiers (10-5, 0-2).

(14) NORTH CAROLINA 89, CLEMSON 86: Joel Berry II had a career-high 31 points and Kennedy Meeks’ basket with 1:12 left in overtime put the Tar Heels (13-3, 1-1 ACC) ahead for good as they beat the host Tigers (11-3, 1-1) for the ninth straight time.

(24) FLORIDA 70, MISSISSIPPI 63: Canyon Barry tied a season high with 20 points, KeVaughn Allen added 14 and the Gators (11-3, 2-0 SEC) topped the visiting Rebels (9-5, 0-2).

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

KEENE ST. 61, BATES 45: The Owls (7-4) opened the second quarter with a 9-2 run to break a 14-14 tie and pulled away from the Bobcats (3-8) in a nonconference game at Keene, New Hampshire.

Amanda Petrow had game highs in points and rebounds for Keene State, with 14 and 13.

Allie Coopola led Bates with 10 points, and Carly Christofi, Lyse Henshaw and Nina Davenport each chipped in with seven points.

WESTERN NEW ENGLAND 78, UNIVERSITY OF NEW ENGLAND 55: Dorothy O’Neill hit a 3-pointer, Meghan Gilhool made a basket and Western New England hit 7 of 8 free throws as the Golden Bears (8-2, 4-0 CCC) closed out the first half on a 12-5 run to open a 43-33 lead over the Nor’easters (6-4, 3-1) in Biddeford.

Aliyah Brito scored five points in the third period, including one of WNE’s three 3s, to help double the lead to 58-38 entering the final quarter.

Emily Anderson and Brito led the Bears with 14 and 13 points and O’Neill chipped in with 11. Alicia Brown’s 19 points highlighted UNE’s offense.

BOWDOIN 80, REGIS 55: Lydia Caputi scored 11 of her team-high 16 points in the first half and the Polar Bears (10-1) opened the fourth quarter with a 17-2 run to down the Pride (4-4) in Weston, Massachusetts.


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