DUMONT LEAVES BOWDOIN: Lewiston native Jamie Dumont has resigned as head coach from the Bowdoin College men’s ice hockey program, citing personal reasons, after coaching the Polar Bears for six seasons.

“After careful consideration, I feel the time has come to step away from Bowdoin and take some personal time to reflect on my next chapter,” Dumont said. “I would like to thank all the players for their hard work and dedication on and off the ice.

“I’ll always be most proud of the impeccable standards and integrity each of them displayed while being a member of the Bowdoin men’s ice hockey program. Lastly, a big ‘thank you’ to all the passionate fans and Bowdoin staff for their support and friendships. It has been an honor for me, and my family, to represent Bowdoin as the head coach of men’s ice hockey.”

An immediate search will begin for the next head coach of the program.

“The college is grateful for Jamie’s work in support of our men’s hockey program and the many contributions he has made to our athletic department,” Bowdoin director of athletics Tim Ryan said. “I have truly enjoyed working with Jamie and appreciate his commitment to the development of our students during his combined nine years as an assistant coach and six years as our head coach at Bowdoin.”

UMASS LOWELL 9, MAINE 7: Ryan Proto’s bases-loaded triple highlighted a five-run fifth inning that carried the fourth-seeded River Hawks to victory over the top-seeded Black Bears in the America East baseball tournament in Orono.

Joe Bramanti homered twice in the first three innings, helping Maine (27-21) build a 6-3 lead. Quinn McDaniel and Jake Marquez each had three hits for the Black Bears, who will need two wins on Friday to advance to Saturday’s championship round.

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