PRINCETON, N.J. — Princeton scored 21 straight points in the first half to pull away and beat the University of Maine 82-43 in a women’s basketball game on Sunday afternoon.

Abby Meyers scored 21 points for the Tigers (5-1), who lead 43-26 after the first half, then scored 28 points in the third quarter.

Julia Cunningham added 14 points for Princeton, while Grace Stone and Maggie Connolly each had 11.

Maeve Carroll had 13 points and five rebounds for the Black Bears (2-5).

BOWDOIN 54, MIT 50:  Annie Boasberg hit a free throw with 34 seconds left to give the Polar Bears (7-0) the lead and Sydney Jones added a pair of free throws as Bowdoin beat the Engineers (3-2) in Brunswick.

Boasberg finished with 13 points, going 4 of 6 from the line. Sela Kay added 12 points, while Jones and Tatum Angotti each chipped in with eight points.

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BATES 67, MAINE MARITIME 42:  Meaghan Graff had six of her 12 points in the first quarter and the Bobcats (4-1) cruised past the Mariners (5-2) in Lewiston.

Ariana Dalia scored 12 points and Davina Kabantu 10 for Bates.

ST. JOSEPH’S  62, SOUTHERN MAINE  52: Angelica Hurley had 21 points and 15 rebounds as the Monks (4-1) pulled away to beat the Huskies (1-5) in Gorham.

Grace Philippon added 15 points and Jayne Howe scored 12 for St. Joseph’s.

Victoria Harris led USM with 17 points. Jackie Luckhardt had 13.

UNIVERSITY OF NEW ENGLAND 60, REGIS 42: The Nor’easters (3-4) scored eight straight points in the third quarter to pull away from the Rangers (1-4) in Weston, Massachusetts.

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Kaylee Beyor scored 14 points and Jordyn Franzen had 13 for UNE.

MEN’S BASKETBALL

BABSON 78, BOWDOIN 54:  The Beavers (5-3) scored the first 17 points and beat the Polar Bears (4-2) in Babson Park, Massachusetts.

Colin Bradenese scored 26 points for Babson. Kieran Dorney added 18, including 13 in the first half. Rob Crouch finished with 12.

Bowdoin’s Michael Simonds scored 13 points, while Xander Werkman and James McGowan each had 11.

BATES 86, UNIVERSITY OF NEW ENGLAND 48: Jahmir Primer scored 21 points as the Bobcats (3-2) beat the Nor’easters (1-7) in Biddeford.

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Drew Sachs added 11 points, and Stephen Ward and Andrew Snoddy each added 10. Alex Kravchuk had 19 points for UNE.

SOUTHERN MAINE 86, ST. JOSEPH’S 74: Chance Dixon scored 32 points, and Marcus Christopher and Cody Hawes sparked a late run by the Huskies (4-4) in a win over the Monks (2-5) in Gorham.

A layup by Christopher gave USM a 64-62 lead with 7:54 remaining. Hawes scored the next four points for the Huskies, and back-to-back 3-pointers by Dixon made it 74-67.

Dixon was 9 for 15 from 3-point range.

Dawes finished with 13 points, Jacobe Thomas had 12 and Christopher chipped in with 11.

Julian Llopez led St. Joseph’s with 18 points. Drew Shea had 16 points and 10 rebounds, and Nicholas Curtis scored 14 points.

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MEN’S HOCKEY

BOWDOIN 3, WENTWORTH 3:  Chris Brown and Luke Wheeler scored in the third period for the Polar Bears (0-3-1), but the Leopards (2-6-2) stormed back to tie the game in Waterville.

Bowdoin took a 1-0 lead when Patrick Fitzpatrick scored in the second period. Tyler Lapshanski tied it later in the period for Wentworth. Joey O’Leary and Lapshanski scored short-handed goals in the third to send the game to overtime.

BABSON 5, COLBY 4: Thomas Kramer finished off a pass from John Corrigan with 2:12 to play, giving the Beavers (6-1-2) a win over the Mules (3-1-2) in Waterville.

Justin Grillo had a pair of goals and an assist for Colby. Carter Breitenfeldt and Jack Sullivan each added a goal and an assist.

WOMEN’S HOCKEY

BOWDOIN 4, UMASS-BOSTON 2: Izzi Stoddard and Elly Whitmore scored in the first three minutes as the Polar Bears (2-2) beat the Beacons (4-5) in the championship game of the Codfish Bowl at Boston.

Peyton Mulhern scored early in the second period and Stoddard added an insurance goal for Bowdoin. Ana Gustafson and Hannah MacDougall scored for UMass-
Boston.

Bowdoin’s Meagan Miranda recorded 34 saves. Victoria Kennedy had 30 saves for the Beacons.


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