STANDISH — Jackie Wilson had five goals and two assists Wednesday to lead second-seeded St. Joseph’s College to a 17-6 victory against seventh-seeded Norwich in the quarterfinals of the Great Northeast Athletic Conference women’s lacrosse tournament.

St. Joseph’s (13-3), which opened a 10-3 halftime lead, will be home against sixth-seeded Simmons in the semifinals Friday.

Kayla Kelly had four goals and an assist, and Elize Caiazzo added three goals, an assist and four ground balls for St. Joseph’s against the Cadets (7-9).

Kathryn Albretsen led Norwich with three goals. Chapel Guarnieri added two.

Kaylin Mansir of the Monks and Lawson Hayes of Norwich had seven saves each.

ROGER WILLIAMS 18, UNIVERSITY OF NEW ENGLAND 3: McKenna Everding scored six goals as the second-seeded Hawks (13-3) handled the third-seeded Nor’easters (10-9) in a Commonwealth Coast conference semifinal at Bristol, Rhode Island.

Kaelin Hogan had four goals and three assists for Roger Williams.

Jocelyn Davee, Korinee Bohunsky and Megan O’Grady scored for UNE.


WESTERN NEW ENGLAND 11, UNIVERSITY OF NEW ENGLAND 7: The second-seeded Golden Bears (8-9) took an 8-0 lead after one quarter and held off the third-seeded Nor’easters (14-5) in a Commonwealth Coast Conference semifinal at Springfield, Massachusetts.

UNE scored four unanswered goals in the second quarter to cut the deficit to 8-4 at halftime but got no closer.

Tom Luttrell scored three goals for the Nor’easters, Andrew Curro had a goal and an assist, and Phillip Young, Pat Pohle and Dan Auger also scored.

Tim Breau paced Western New England with two goals and a pair of assists.


SOUTHERN MAINE 8, BATES 3: Kip Richard drove home three runs on two hits and also scored as the Huskies (27-8) defeated Bates (14-13) at Gorham.

Andrew Hillier had four hits and scored three times for USM. Dan Trulli led the Bobcats with a pair of hits, an RBI and a run.

Southern Maine took a 1-0 lead in the first inning, then added two in the second when Richard doubled home Jake Dexter before scoring on Tom Budrewicz’s single. Richard then tripled home two runs to cap a three-run third to make it 6-0.

SOUTHERN MAINE CC 9, NEW HAMPSHIRE TI 1: Nathan Huot was 2 for 3 with a solo home run and scored three runs as the Seawolves (9-14-1, 6-4-1 Yankee Small College) defeated the Lynx (6-15, 6-5) in five innings at Concord, New Hampshire.

Jakob Latini had a pair of doubles and drove in three runs for SMCC, and Amos Herrin added a two-run homer.

Michael Kernan had a solo shot for the Lynx – the only hit surrended by Max Salevsky in the game.