ORONO — Notre Dame scored four straight goals after Maine jumped out to a quick lead and beat the Black Bears 4-2 in a men’s Hockey East game Saturday night at Alfond Arena.

Blaine Byron scored 26 seconds into the first period to give Maine (10-17-3, 4-13-1) the lead. Eric Schurhamer and Cam Brown each had an assist.

Maine went up 2-0 when Brendan Robbins scored 3:03 into the second period with an assist from Brown.

Notre Dame (17-9-4, 10-5-3) tied it with a pair of power-play goals before the end of the second period. Jordan Gross scored 8:44 into the period and Dylan Malmquist tied it with less than two minutes left.

The Irish took the lead 2:46 into the third when Malmquist scored again and then made it 4-2 with a goal by Andrew Oglevie with about four minutes left.

COLBY 3, WESLEYAN 2: Michael Rudloff had a pair of goals, and Cam MacDonald a goal and an assist as the 13th-ranked Mules (11-6-4, 9-4-3 NESCAC) beat the Cardinals (12-6-4, 7-5-4) in Middletown, Connecticut.

Colby goaltender Sean Lawrence stopped 36 shots, with George Blinick blocking 22 for Wesleyan.

TRINITY 6, BOWDOIN 1: Tyler Whitney’s hat trick led the Bantams (13-6-3, 9-5-2 NESCAC) over the Polar Bears (8-14, 5-11) in Hartford, Connecticut.

Matt Sullivan scored for Bowdoin to cut the lead to 2-1 with 3:54 remaining in the second period.

Alex Morin recorded 24 saves for Trinity. Peter Cronin stopped 47 shots for Bowdoin.

SKIDMORE 2, SOUTHERN MAINE 1: Anthony Bird scored on a power play with 3:35 left in the second period to lift the Thoroughbreds (10-11-4, 9-6-3 NEHC) over the Huskies (9-14-2, 5-12-1) in Gorham.

Matt Wolf also scored for Skidmore. Alex Pantalone scored 14:59 into the second period to tie it at 1-1 for USM.

SUFFOLK 4, UNIVERSITY OF NEW ENGLAND 3: The Rams (6-11-4, 4-9-2 CCC) got out to a 3-0 lead and held off the Nor’easters (11-8-2, 7-6-2) in Boston.

Brady Fleurent scored for the Nor’easters with 9:19 left in the third to cut the Rams’ lead to 4-3.

Ian Rodden and Chris Harlow added goals for the Nor’easters.

Men’s basketball

ST. JOSEPH’S 94, NORWICH 88: Marc Corey finished with 35 points, including 16 in the second half as the Monks (11-11, 8-7 GNAC) rallied from a five-point halftime deficit and beat the Cadets (7-12, 4-9) in overtime in Northfield, Vermont.

Ian Mileikis had 10 points, six rebounds and six assists. Andrew Ruffen had 17 points off the bench and Jae Johns added 10.

VERMONT TECH 74, SOUTHERN MAINE CC 68: Dietric Grant scored 20 points and Cameron Carter added 15 as the Knights (14-15, 11-4 Yankee Small College Conference) beat the SeaWolves (20-6, 12-2) in Randolph, Vermont.

Dennis Cummins had 14 points for SMCC, while Timothy Dixon added 13 and John Morgan 10.

WESLEYAN 82, COLBY 67: Joseph Kuo scored all 11 of his points in the second half as the Cardinals (19-5, 6-4 NESCAC) pulled away to beat the Mules (10-14, 1-9) in Middletown, Connecticut.

Jordan Bonner added 15 points, including 10 in the second half, for Wesleyan. Harry Rafferty also had 16.

Sam Jefferson scored 17 points and Joe Connelly 12 for Colby.

EASTERN NAZARENE 65, UNIVERSITY OF NEW ENGLAND 60: Christian Lynch scored 26 points and the Lions (11-12, 8-8 Commonwealth Coast Conference) went on a 24-12 run in the second half and defeated the Nor’easters (7-16, 5-11) in Biddeford.

Corey Doran added 18 points for Eastern Nazarene.

Gavin Dibble led the Nor’easters with 15 points.

BOWDOIN 77, CONNECTICUT COLLEGE 70: Neil Fuller’s layup started an 8-0 run that gave the Polar Bears (12-11, 3-7 NESCAC) a nine-point lead with 4:36 to play in their win over the Camels (13-10, 3-7) in New London, Connecticut.

Jack Simonds scored 23 points for Bowdoin, while Liam Farley added 17 and Jack Bors had 10.

David Labossiere scored 18 for Central Connecticut.

RHODE ISLAND COLLEGE 81, SOUTHERN MAINE 80: Justin Campbell’s three-point play with three seconds left in overtime lifted the Anchormen (10-12, 4-8 Little East) over the Huskies (8-15, 3-9) in Providence, Rhode Island.

USM’s Jacob Littlefield made a 3-pointer with 10 seconds left to send the game to overtime.

Christian McCue led USM with 22 points.

(2) VILLANOVA 73, (24) XAVIER 57: Jalen Brunson and Donte DiVincenzo scored 17 points apiece in Villanova’s balanced offense, and the second-ranked Wildcats (24-2, 11-2 Big East) led most of the way during a victory over the Musketeers (18-7, 8-4) in Cincinnati.