University of Maine men’s basketball player Wes Myers will not face further disciplinary action from the school after he broke a teammate’s jaw in a locker room fight on Feb. 14.

Myers, a junior, was suspended from the team after the incident. Coach Bob Walsh said Myers is still on the team and is eligible to participate in spring workouts, “but if we had a game tomorrow he would not play. … Wes has the opportunity to regain the trust of his teammates and coaching staff.”

Margaret Nagle, the university’s public relations director, said Myers and other players involved in the skirmish were allowed to stay in school after undergoing “the student conduct process,” which includes “educational interventions designed to promote their development and good citizenship, as well as change the concerning behavior.”


ST. JOSEPH’S 9, HUSSON 2: Michael Finn and Matt Donnell each scored twice as the Monks (1-3) notched six unanswered goals in the final 29 minutes to pull away from Husson (1-3) at Deering High in Portland.

Finn led St. Joseph’s with four goals. Tyler Retalic added two goals and an assist, and Devin Fitzpatrick also scored.

Jacob Boothby netted both of the Eagles’ goals.

Monks goalie Connor Trainor stopped 10 shots.

Husson’s Matt Martin registered 17 saves.


BOWDOIN 14, WILLIAMS 5: Kara Finnerty had four goals, Allison Williams scored three, and the Polar Bears (5-1, 2-1 NESCAC) beat Williams (3-2, 1-5) at Brunswick.

Kelsey Gallagher set the tone for Bowdoin, scoring 13 seconds into the opening period. Williams and Finnerty followed with goals to increase the lead to 3-0. The Polar Bears extended the lead to 6-1. Williams got to within 6-4 before Bowdoin put it away with six straight goals.


COLBY 2, UNION 0: Julia Saul took a perfect game into the sixth inning before settling for a one-hitter as the Mules beat Union (2-8) in Clermont, Florida.

Grace Farnkoff singled home Katie McLaughlin for a 1-0 Colby lead in the third.

McLaughlin led off the fifth inning with a double and scored on Robin Spofford’s single for the other run.

Kelsey Hartsoe’s pinch double in the sixth was Union’s only hit.

CALVIN 9, COLBY 8: Kaley Frank’s RBI single in the bottom of the eighth inning gave the Knights (8-4) a win after Colby (4-4) had rallied for five two-out runs in the seventh to force extra innings in its second game Thursday at Clermont.

BOWDOIN 4, ST. CATHERINE 2: Allison Rutz and Claire McCar each hit a two-run single for Bowdoin (9-5) in the bottom of the fifth, and Samantha Roy pitched a three-hitter in a win over the Wildcats (10-6) at Clermont, Florida.

Bowdoin defeated Clarkson, 5-0, earlier in the day.


DARTMOUTH 9, USM 1: Kyle Holbrook singled home two runs and scored a third as the Big Green (8-5) scored four times in the top of the first to take control against Southern Maine (4-3) in Auburndale, Florida.

The Huskies scored in the third, when Dylan Hapworth rapped a two-out single, moved to second on an error and scored on Kip Richard’s single.

WOOSTER 4, COLBY 0: Michael Houdek pitched a four-hitter, struck out 10 and walked one for Wooster (9-1) in a win over the Mules (3-5) at Fort Myers, Florida.

Jake Fling had four hits for the Fighting Scots, including a two-run single during a four-run third inning.

Ryder Arsenault had a double for the Mules.