Jackson Stanton hit an RBI single in the bottom of the ninth inning to lift the St. Joseph’s baseball team to a 5-4 win over Plymouth State on Tuesday in Standish.

In the ninth, pinch-hitter Dawson Gundlah singled with two outs and pinch-runner Morgen Doughty stole second. After an intentional walk to Matt Thibault, Stanton singled through the left side to give the Monks (5-9) their third straight win.

Luke Stephens had two hits, including a double, and two RBI for St. Joseph’s.

Luke Sokolski hit a three-run home run in the seventh inning for Plymouth State (5-8).


ST. JOSEPH’S 13, LASELL 10: Xavier Michaud scored six goals and assisted on another as the Monks (4-6, 2-1 GNAC) defeated the Lasers (5-5, 3-1) in Standish.


Tim Goodfellow added two goals and five assists and Tiger Hopkins finished with two goals and three assists for the Monks, who outscored the Lasers 3-1 in the fourth quarter.

Brandon Gilbert made 14 saves for the win.

BATES 24, MAINE MARITIME 2: Wil Masterson had five goals, Javi Werner and Jake Anastas each added three and the Bobcats (1-6) routed the Mariners (3-3) in Lewiston.

Bates led 5-0 after one quarter before scoring nine goals in the second and third quarters for a 23-0 lead. The Bobcats held a 78-23 shots advantage.

Trey Marcil and Jayden Wilson scored for the Mariners.

BOWDOIN 13, BABSON 12: Jason Lach scored four of his five goals in the first period as the Polar Bears (6-2) jumped to a five-goal lead and beat the Beavers (5-2) in Brunswick.


Will Byrne added three goals and an assist, and Sam Raye-Steiner had two goals and Patrick Fitzgerald a goal and two assists for Bowdoin. Oliver Bernstein and Liam Tasker each added a goal.

Topher Bower and Will Spangerberg scored three times each, and Ryan Kenney and Bennett Smith both scored twice for Babson.


AUBURN: Auburn’s top signee from last year, center Yohan Traore, plans to transfer.

The five-star recruit from France, who played a limited role as a freshman, announced his plans in an Instagram post.

The 6-foot-10 Traore initially committed to LSU but landed at Auburn after the firing of Coach Will Wade a little more than a year ago. He was rated the No. 24 overall recruit and No. 5 center according to the 247Sports composite rankings.


TEXAS: Rodney Terry held Texas together in crisis. Then he took the Longhorns on their deepest NCAA Tournament run in 15 years. His reward: Texas removed the “interim” tag from his title and made him the full-time head coach.

“I felt confident the whole time to be honest with you,” Terry said at his news conference, where the former assistant was introduced as head coach. “I’d prepared my whole life for this opportunity.”

Texas officials put Terry in charge when Chris Beard initially was suspended, then fired, midseason after a felony domestic violence arrest.

He’d been a Texas assistant for a decade under Rick Barnes before head-coaching stints at Fresno State and UTEP, before returning to the Longhorns as an assistant in 2021.

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