Tuesday’s college roundup: St. Joe’s remains undefeated in women’s lacrosse with 13th win

STANDISH – St. Joseph’s scored 11 first-quarter goals as they beat Elms College 20-8 on Tuesday in a GNAC women’s lacrosse game.

Lydia Dexter’s seven goals and three assists led Saint-Joseph (13-0, 9-0 GNAC). Carson Battaglia, Bridget Collins and Brianna Paul all scored three goals. Megan Mourmouras had two goals and two assists. Morgan Wright made two saves.

Anna-Elise Pikul scored four goals for Elms (5-6, 4-6). Taylor Boria scored two goals. Emma Walsh made 12 saves.

BASEBALL

BRIDGTON ACADEMY 4, SOUTH MAINE CC 2: Drew Wyman had two hits as the Wolverines (4-2) dropped the Seawolves (15-8) in Bridgton.

Hayden Bond made two points for Bridgton. Connor Treybig struck out five in five innings and AJ Rourke took the win, pitching two innings in relief.

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Derek Hoh and Mitchell Quigg each had two hits for SMCC. Quigg added an RBI.

THOMAS 4, BOWDOIN 1: Aaron Young had two RBI singles to lead the Terriers (7-18) over the Polar Bears (8-13) in Brunswick.

Nick Hutson and Jarrad Willette also had RBI singles for Thomas. Zach Nickerson picked up the win, allowing two hits and striking out four in four innings.

Gavin Cann scored on crazy ground in the eighth for Bowdoin. Baker Olin took the loss.

COLBY 25, UM-FARMINGTON 3: Charlie Furlong hit a grand slam and finished with five RBIs as the Mules (13-5) handled the Beavers (4-15) at Farmington.

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Clint Flippo and Cole Palmeri both had four points for Colby. Marcus Forrester, Drew Miller and Brady O’Brien all had two RBIs.

Ryan Sargent had a two-point shot in the third for UM-Farmington. Hunter LaBossiere had a single RBI. Lucas Tuttle took the loss.

SOFTBALL

BATES SWEEPS UM-FARMINGTON: Grace Householter had four RBIs and Janell Sato had three as the Bobcats (7-11) swept the Beavers (1-15) 5-3, 13-6 at Farmington.

Householter had a single RBI in game one and three RBIs in game two. Kennedy Ishii and Emily Samar each drove in two runs in Game 2. Sato scored an RBI double in every game.

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Olivia Paradis scored two home runs on a hit in Game 1 and had an RBI single in Game 2 for UM-Farmington.

UMASS BOSTON, SOUTHERN MAINE SPLIT: Madison Day and Lauren Leideman both had two RBIs as the Huskies (10-11) won Game 2 of a doubleheader with the Beacons (14-7) at Gorham.

Amauri English kicked off a run in the seventh to give UMass Boston a 1-0 win in Game 2.

MEN’S LACROSSE

UMASS BOSTON 21, SOUTH MAINE 9: Michael Claflin had six goals and seven assists, propelling the Beacons (11-2, 5-0 LEC) past the Huskies (2-7, 0-4) at Gorham.

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UMass Boston had four goals and an assist from Donovan Prozinski. Jacob Banks had three goals and two assists and Darragh Fahey had three goals and an assist. Trevor Koppy made nine saves.

Schuyler Wetmore led USM with four goals. Nick James had two goals and two assists. Tucker Nussinow scored twice. Nathan Plourde made 16 saves and Braeden Logue made three.

MEN’S BASKETBALL

SAINT PIERRE : Saint Peter’s have hired Jersey City native Bashir Mason to replace Shaheen Holloway as coach.

Holloway left Saint Peter’s a day after his team was eliminated in the Elite Eight by national runners-up North Carolina to return to Seton Hall, his alma mater.

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Saint Peter’s was the first No. 15 seed to reach the Elite Eight. The Peacocks won the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Tournament and went 22-12 with victories over Kentucky, Murray State and Purdue in the NCAA Tournament.

It’s also a homecoming for Mason, who spent the last 10 years at Wagner College in Staten Island.

UCLA: Peyton Watson enters the NBA draft after one season at Westwood and hires an agent, which officially ends his college eligibility.

Watson announced his decision Tuesday on his social media accounts.

ALABAMA: Former Ohio point guard Mark Sears, who averaged nearly 20 points per game last season, has moved to Alabama.

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Crimson Tide coach Nate Oats announced the signing of Sears on Tuesday. The 6-foot-1, 185-pound was a two-time conference All-Mid-American performer who was a finalist for the Lou Henson Award as the best player in the nation during a mid-major program.

DUKE: New coach Jon Scheyer has promoted former Blue Devils player Amile Jefferson to assistant coach.

Jefferson, who turns 29 next month, was director of player development during Hall of Famer Mike Krzyzewski’s final season. He returned to Duke in July after a four-year professional career with stints in the NBA, G League and overseas.

SOCCER

ALABAMA: Vanderbilt offensive tackle Tyler Steen said he was moving to Alabama.

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The three-year-old starter, who has played in both tackle positions, announced his plans on Twitter. Steen could immediately compete for a starting job in the fall with Alabama replacing left tackle Evan Neal and right tackle Chris Owens.


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