Sam Campobasso, Lauren Lessard and Aliza Jordan combined for 12 goals and seven assists to lead the University of Southern Maine to a 20-2 women’s lacrosse win over Thomas at Portland’s Fitzpatrick Stadium on Monday.

Southern Maine (1-1) opened a 12-1 halftime lead and coasted to the final 18-goal margin.

Campobasso tallied five times to lead the Huskies. Lessard had four goals and three assists, with Jordan contributing three goals and four assists. Ruth Nadeau and Megan Violette scored twice each for USM, and Heather Everett added a goal and two assists.

Samantha Greenlaw scored a pair of unassisted goals for the Terriers (0-2).

BATES 18, WHEATON 7: Camille Belletete and Teal Otley, who recorded five goals apiece, combined for eight goals in the second half as the Bobcats (3-2) rallied from a 7-6 halftime deficit with 12 unanswered goals to race away from Wheaton (1-2) at Lewiston.

The Lyons controlled the opening draw of the second half, but Belletete stole the ball away and fed Otley for a score 42 seconds into the half to tie the game at 7. Thirty-three seconds later, Sydney Cowles’ entry pass to Allison Dewey resulted in Dewey’s third goal of the match, giving Bates the lead for good.

Kaileigh Maguire found a cutting Otley over the middle just under three minutes into the half for a 9-7 lead and two minutes later Belletete opened up a 10-7 advantage on a hard drive through the lane.

Bates added eight more goals over the game’s final 20 minutes, with Otley scoring three more times and Belletete twice.

Lilly Callahan’s three goals led Wheaton.


TRINITY 2, UNE 0: Lindsay Golia struck out four while scattering six hits and a walk as Trinity (3-1) shut out the Nor’easters (1-3) at Leesburg, Florida.

Katelyn Austin took the lost for UNE, giving up one run over four innings.

Nikki Andersen had two of Trinity’s seven hits. Samantha Dreissig had two hits for UNE.


SEATTLE: Cameron Dollar was fired after eight seasons in which he was unable to turn the Redhawks into a contender in the Western Athletic Conference.

Seattle Athletic Director Shaney Fink made the decision after the Redhawks went 13-17 and were eliminated by Utah Valley in the WAC Tournament quarterfinals.

Duquesne: Coach Jim Ferry was fired after five seasons, with the school struggling to get out of the Atlantic 10 cellar.

Ferry went 60-97 with the Dukes, including 10-22 this season.


PENN STATE: The university plans to overhaul 23 athletic facilities, including its football stadium, though renovations to the program’s iconic home won’t begin for at least five years.

Once completed, the 106,572-seat, nearly six-decade-old Beaver Stadium could include a brick facade and see its capacity decrease to 100,000 to improve fan comfort and increase its ability to host events in such sports as professional hockey and soccer.