UMF 15, THOMAS 9: The Terriers scored five of the first six goals, but the Beavers netted 11 unanswered goals, including the first 10 of the second half, to earn a home win in Farmington.

Ashlee Farrar scored for UMaine-Farmington with 13 seconds left in the first half to cut Thomas’ advantage to 7-4. Farrar fired in another goal in the first minute of the second half, as the Beavers outscored the Terriers 7-0 in the third quarter and then tallied the first three goals of the fourth to take a 14-7 lead.

UMF’s Ruby McMinis scored a game-high six goals. Farrar and Abby Trefsger each finished with four and Lauren Girouard scored one.

A pair of former St. Dominic Academy standouts, Isabella Pelletier and Emily Wallingford, and Scarlett Raymond-Ayer paced Thomas with two goals apiece.

BEAVERS SHUT DOWN OWLS: Maddie Pike hit a two-run homer run in UMaine-Farmington’s 5-4 win in the first game and Melissa Mayo pitched a one-hitter as the Beavers (15-9, 8-2 NAC) took the second game 8-0 in Farmington.

Pike, Christa Allen and Jessica Dow each tallied two hits for UMF. Gracelyn Walsh hit a two-run homer in the sixth inning for UMaine-Presque Isle (4-16, 4-4).


In the second game, Mayo struck out six batters and walked one to notch her fourth victory of the season. Hailey Saylor had the Owls’ only hit.

Pike doubled in a run and Abby Wrinn, Jojo Daigneault and Bella Miller drove in two runs apiece for the Beavers.

BATES DROPS TWO: Wesleyan (15-15, 6-8 NESCAC) swept a doubleheader against the Bobcats (8-19, 5-11) in Lewiston.

Isabella Secaira-Cotto’s two-run double in the fourth inning was the difference in the Cardinals’ 2-1 victory in the opener. Secaira-Cotto also pitched a complete game to earn the win.

Kennedy Jones singled home Zariya Anderson for the Bobcats’ only run. Bates pitcher Delaney Rankin tallied a team-best two hits. In the circle, Rankin struck out 10 batters and allowed only four hits in seven innings.

In the second game, Wesleyan scored twice in the third and once in the sixth in a 3-1 victory. Jordynn Killion, Kelly Baker and Cat Palmer each had an RBI single.


Bates scored its run on a third-inning sacrifice fly by Anderson that brought home Ella Maher. Emma Yen had two hits and Rachel Liazos doubled for the Bobcats.

COLBY SWEEPS BATES: The Mules (25-8, 9-3 NESCAC) blanked the Bobcats (12-17, 3-9) in the opener, 5-0, then won the second game 7-3 in a doubleheader in Waterville.

The Bobcats out-hit Colby 7-4, but one of the Mules’ hits was a fifth-inning grand slam by Noah Reichman. Jack Brennan and Brandon Biggane tallied two hits apiece for Bates.

Genki LeClair hit a two-run double in Colby’s three-run first inning of the second game, and he drove in a run in the third on a sacrifice fly. Reichman and Forrester also hit doubles for the Mules, while Ryan Grace had three hits.

Chris Cimino led Bates with three hits, including a double. Biggane also had a double, while Ben Genser and Gibby Sullivan each tallied two hits and drove in a run.

UMF FALLS TWICE: Husson won a pitchers’ duel 1-0 then racked up 19 hits and 20 runs in a 20-6 second-game victory over UMaine-Farmington in Bangor.

Eagles pitcher Connor Abood earned the win in the opener, holding the Beavers scoreless over seven innings while striking out four and allowing only three hits. UMF pitcher Jameson Bloch struck out three and gave up six hits and only one run.

Husson set the tone early in the second game, plating four runs in the first inning and two in the second. Curtis Jackson and Jack Cote homered for the Eagles.

Jonny Pruett and Colby Lewis each had two hits and two RBIs for the Beavers.

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