GORHAM — Jasmine Boyle, Hannah Damron and Molly Gibeault won individual titles as the University of Southern Maine women’s track team won its 17th consecutive New England Alliance and Little East Conference titles Saturday

Boyle won in the mile in 5:16.56, while Damron took the 800 meters in 2:20.98, and Gibeault cleared 11-feet, 73/4-inches in the pole vault. Damron also combined with Kayla Griffis, Lauren Beganny and Emily Close to win the 3200-meter relay in 9:56.08.

The Huskies beat out 10 other teams to take the Alliance title with 152.50 points. Bridgewater State University was the runner-up scoring 129.50 points. The Alliance meet includes schools from the Little East Conference and the Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference.

The Huskies easily outdistanced runner-up Rhode Island College, 200-100, in the seven-team Little East scoring.


Jared Marshall won three events and finished second in a fourth as the Huskies swept both the New England Alliance and Little East Conference championships for the second consecutive year.

Marshall finished first in the 55-meter hurdles (7.75 seconds), the 200 (22.39 seconds) and was also was runner-up in the 55 (6.52 seconds) and was part of the winning 1600 relay team.

Also for USM, Paolo DeMarco won the 400 in 50.75 and ran on the winning 1,600 relay team, Connor Harris won the triple jump (45-8) and Ron Helderman the pole vault (15-7). The Huskies also won the 3,200 relay.

The Huskies outscored 10 other teams to win the Alliance title, tallying 144.50 points to Worcester State’s 113.50 points. USM won its third straight LEC title, and seventh in the last nine years, by scoring 199 points in the seven-team meet.


MAINE 78, STONY BROOK 71: Tanesha Sutton and Sigi Koizar each made a pair of foul shots as the Black Bears (15-13, 3-9 America East) scored the first four points of overtime in their win over the Seawolves (10-15, 3-9) in Orono. Koizar had 21 points and 11 rebounds for Maine. Sutton added 16 points.

WILLIAMS 91, BATES 65: Devon Caveney scored 24 points and Lauren McCall had 20 to lead the Ephs (15-9, 4-6 NESCAC) past the Bobcats (8-15, 3-7) in Williamstown Massachusetts.

Bernadette Connors had 26 points for Bates.


MIDDLEBURY 8, COLBY 1: Maddie Winslow had three goals as the Panthers (14-6-2, 9-4-1 NESCAC) beat the Mules (0-19-3, 0-15-1) in Middlebury, Vermont.


STONY BROOK 67, MAINE 66: Roland Nyama had 26 points, including the winning free throw with 0.5 second left and the Seawolves (15-10, 10-2 America East) beat the Black Bears (6-22, 2-11) in Stony Brook, New York. Wes Myers scored 22 points and Andrew Fleming added 17 for Maine.

WILLIAMS 65, BATES 62: Daniel Aronowitz scored 22 points as the Ephs (17-7, 5-5 NESCAC) beat the Bobcats (15-9, 4-6) in Lewiston.

Marcus Delpeche had 17 points and Malcolm Delpeche 16 for Bates.