ORONO — Steve Passatempo hit a go-ahead two-run homer in the sixth inning of the first game, Russ Olive added a two-run shot in the second game and UMass- Lowell swept the University of Maine, 4-3 and 3-0, in a baseball doubleheader Friday.

The River Hawks (12-10, 3-1 America East), playing as the home team after the games were moved from Massachusetts because of weather concerns, took a 2-0 lead in the first inning of the opener.

The Black Bears (6-15, 0-2) answered with two runs in the third, as Tyler Schwanz lined a double to drive in Danny Casals and Hernen Sardinas. They took the lead in the sixth when Brandon Vicens plated Schwanz with a sacrifice fly.

Collin Duffley threw a complete game, scattering three singles, in the second game for UMass-Lowell.


COLBY, HUSSON SPLIT: Kate McLaughlin hit a pair of two-run doubles, and the Mules rallied from a 3-0 deficit to beat the Eagles 6-5 in a doubleheader opener at Waterville.

McLaughlin’s first double sparked a four-run rally in the fifth, and her second made it a 6-3 lead for Colby (5-8) in sixth.

The Eagles (10-7) got two back in the bottom of the sixth but left the tying run on base in the seventh.

Alannah Healy dominated in Husson’s 7-0 win in the second game, allowing seven hits while striking out six and walking two.


COLBY 19, WELLESLEY 4: Banks Dotson scored all three of her goals in the second half as the Mules (4-3) used an 8-0 advantage after halftime to put away the Blue (3-4) at Waterville.

Lexie Perticone paced Colby, with two goals and four assists, while Emma Banks, Cassie Rogers, Sasha Fritts and Kendall Smith each had two goals.


ST. JOSEPH’S 17, ALBERTUS MAGNUS 11: Michael Finn had six goals and two assists, and the Monks (3-4, 1-0 GNAC) scored the final five goals to pull away from the Falcons (3-5, 0-1) at New Haven, Connecticut.

Tyler Retalic added three goals for St. Joseph’s.