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#14/#15 Southern Maine Falls to Endicott 4-3

BEVERLY, Mass. -- The Endicott College Gulls scored a pair of unearned runs in the bottom of the ninth inning to pull out a 4-3 victory over the #14/#15 ranked University of Southern Maine Huskies in a non-conference game Wednesday afternoon at North Field.

The Gulls improved to 8-5 overall and snapped a two-game losing skid with the win. The Huskies dipped to 7-5 overall and have lost three of their last four games. The teams are scheduled to meet again at USM on April 20.

Down to their final out in the ninth, the Gulls got a single from senior Cody Hall (Rutland, Mass./Wachusett Regional) and a catcher’s interference call while sophomore pinch hitter Michael Casciano (Somers, Conn.) was batting to put runners at first and second. Sophomore Michael DeDonato (Chelmsford, Mass.) followed with a single to left field that deliver freshman pinch runner Matt Bald (De Pere, Wis.) with the tying run.

After an intentional walk to sophomore Nick Berno (St. Albans, Vt./Bellows Free Academy) loaded the bases, senior Matthew Paola (Middlebury, Conn./Pomperaug) grounded a ball up the middle, but the Huskies had no play on Paola and could not get the force out at second base as Casciano scored the wining run.

Southern Maine grabbed a 1-0 lead in the opening frame as senior Nick DiBiase (Portland, Maine/Deering) led off the game with a single and classmate Sam Dexter (Oakland, Maine/Messalonskee) doubled to right-center field to bring DiBiase all the way around from first.

Endicott responded in the third inning scoring twice against USM rookie southpaw hurler Ryan Gaydou (Dartmouth, Mass.) on a groundout and an RBI double from DeDonato.

The Huskies tied the game in the sixth as junior Paul McDonough (Wells, Maine) led off with a single and scored from first on a one-out double by senior Jake Glauser (Goffstown, N.H.).

Dexter put the Huskies ahead 3-2 in the seventh when he walked, stole second, advanced to third on a groundout and scored on McDonough’s single to center field. The lead held up until the Gulls’ rally in the ninth.

McDonough was the lone Husky batter with multiple hits going 3 for 5. Gaydou got a no decision after pitching six strong innings allowing two runs on six hits and one walk while striking out four. Rookie left-hander Matt Correale (Peabody, Mass.) was the tough-luck loser going 2.2 innings. He allowed two unearned runs on four hits and one walk while striking out one.

DeDonato led the Gulls’ 10-hit attack with a double and two singles. Berno and Hall also had a pair of safeties. Junior Victor Molle (Peabody, Mass./St. Mary’s), the last of four Endicott hurlers, picked up the win with a scoreless inning of relief.

Southern Maine opens Little East Conference play this Saturday (12:00 p.m.) with a doubleheader at Rhode Island College. Endicott will play tomorrow (3:30 p.m.) at M.I.T.



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COLBY WINS HOME OPENER OVER UMF ON NEW COOMBS FIELD

WATERVILLE, Maine -- The Colby College baseball team won on the new Coombs Field on a day when the Mules were not even supposed to play.

Colby (4-8) took a 7-6 win over University of Maine at Farmington in the first game on the team's new synthetic turf field. The game with the Beavers was supposed to be played this Monday, but the coaches decided to move the date because of a cold weather forecast for Monday.

Colby pinch-hitter Matt Garcia singled to right field to score Andrew Currier in the bottom of the eighth inning for the winning run. Currier led off with a walk and moved to second on a sacrifice by Bobby Forese. Blake Egan moved Currier to third base with a grounder to the shortstop. Garcia followed with the clutch two-out winning hit.

Currier finished the day with two hits, two runs, and an RBI. Egan also had two hits and drove in a run, while Ryan Quinn scored twice and had one hit. Csaplar and Zach Ellenthal both had one hit, one run, and an RBI. Tyler Starks scored and had one hit.

Ben Keene and Riley Chickering each had two hits, one run, and an RBI for the Beavers (8-4). Grayson Beressi also had two hits and scored a run, while Mark Leahy, Tom Grady, and Sean Cabaniss each had one hit and one RBI.

The Mule scored two runs in the second inning an RBI single by Egan that plated Csaplar and an RBI groundout by Jackson Ward.

The Beavers came back to take a 3-2 lead with three in the top of the third. Keene and Grady both had RBI singles and another run came in on a Colby error.

The Mules answered back in the bottom of the third with two more runs. Ryan Quinn led off with a single, and came all the way around to score when Zach Ellenthal singled and a throwing error helped Quinn go extra bases. Currier doubled later in the inning to bring in Ellenthal.

UMF went ahead 5-4 on lone runs in the sixth and seventh innings. The Beavers scored a run after Colby got the first two outs of the inning in the sixth. Mark Leahy, a pinch-hitter, singled to right field to bring in Chickerling. In the seventh, Jimmy Neal led off with a single, was balked to second, and stole third base. Cabaniss hit a sacrifice fly to right field to bring in Neal.

Colby scored two runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to go up 6-5. Starks led off with a single and then a costly infield error put Starks on third and Quinn on second base. Ellenthal's RBI groundout brought in Starks and Csaplar singled to center field to bring in Quinn.

The Beavers did not give up and tied the contest at 6-6 in the top of the eighth inning. Chickering had an RBI single to score Beressi.

Brooks Parker went 5.2 innings for Colby, but Csaplar got the win in relief. Tommy Forese earned the save. Meanwhile, Kyle Peterson went all eight innings for the Beavers.

Colby 7, Maine-Farmington 6
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Colby 022#000#21x--7#9#1
Kyle Peterson (L) and Tyler Flayhan, Jimmy Neal (7). Brooks Parker, Dan Csaplar (6, W), Tommy Forese (9, S) and Blake Egan. 2B: Riley Chickering (UMF), Blake Egan (C), Andrew Currier (C).
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College roundup: St. Joseph’s baseball team beats Husson for 7th win

BANGOR | Joey Murphy recorded two hits and two RBIs to lead the St. Joseph’s College Monks to a 5-2 baseball victory over the Husson University Eagles Thursday at the Winkin Complex. Taylor Reuillard chipped in with three singles and an RBI for the Monks of Standish (7-7) while …

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WESLEYAN BASEBALL EARNS ROAD WINS OVER COLBY

WATERVILLE, Maine -- Wesleyan University came out on top 3-1 in a great pitching match-up in the opener and then coasted to a 21-1 victory in the nightcap against Colby College in a baseball doubleheader Saturday at Coombs Field.

Wesleyan improved to 13-3 and has won seven straight games, while the Mules drop to 4-10.

Peter Rantz earned the win in the first game with six innings of work, allowing just one earned run and striking out five. Nick Micelli came into the game in the seventh inning to earn the save.

Meanwhile, Colby ace Soren Hanson went 6.1 innings, allowed just one earned run, and struck out six.

Wesleyan had only seven singles in the first game, but took advantage of six walks and two Colby errors.

The Mules led 1-0 when Andy Currier had a one-out single, moved to third on a single by Tyler Starks, and scored on a single by Ryan Quinn. Starks was 2-for-2 on the day, while Quinn was 3-for-3.

Wesleyan tied the game at 1-1 with a lone run in the fifth inning. Jordan Farber walked with one out, stole second base, and scored on a single by Marco Baratta.

An error and a dribbler single doomed the Mules in the top of the seventh inning. Andrew Keith reached on an error to lead off the inning. After a strikeout, Farber's dribbler down the third base line stayed in play. Matt Jeye followed with a single to bring in Keith for the game-winning run. Farber later scored on a second Colby error in the inning.

In the second game, Wesleyan had nine doubles among its 24 hits and led 14-0 after three innings. The Cardinals scored 11 runs in the third inning.

Guy Davidson had two doubles among his three hits and drove in four runs, while Ellis Schaefer had three hits and scored four runs. Keith had a pair of hits and drove in five runs, Will O'Sullivan went 3-for-3, AJ Ferrara went 2-for-2 and drove in two runs, Baratta had a pair of hits and drove in three runs, Farber had two hits and three runs, and Robby Harbison had two hits and two RBI.

Blake Egan led Colby with two hits and an RBI.

After Colby scored a run in the fourth inning, neither team managed a score until Wesleyan added three in the eighth and four more runs in the ninth.

Micelli worked five innings to earn the victory while striking out two batters.

Wesleyan 3, Colby 1, 1st game
Wesleyan 000#010#2---3#7#0
Colby 010#000#0---1#9#2
Peter Rantz (W), Nick Micelli (7, S) and Eric Jones; Soren Hanson (L), Dan Schoenfeld (7) and Andrew Della Volpe.
Wesleyan 21, Colby 1, 2nd game
Wesleyan 12(11)#000#034--21#24#1
Colby 000#100#000--1#7#5
Nick Micelli (W), Asher Young (6), Dylan Millhouse (7), Ryan Earle (8), Wilson Flower (9) and Eric Jones, Nick Coppola (8); Jake Connelly (L), Will Cohen (3), Griffin Clark (3), Tommy Forese (3), Bobby Forese (7), Matt Garcia (8), Bobby Donohue (9) and Blake Egan. 2B: Andrew Keith (W), Guy Davidson (W) 2, Jordan Farber (W), Marco Baratta (W), Eric Jones (W), Ellis Schaefer (W), Robby Harbison (W), AJ Ferrara (W).
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COLBY BASEBALL WINS NESCAC EAST GAME OVER TRINITY


WATERVILLE, Maine -- The Colby College baseball team opened NESCAC East play Friday on a high note with a 3-2 win over Trinity College, thanks to terrific pitching performances from starter Tommy Forese and reliever Dan Schoenfeld.

Colby moves to 5-10 overall and 1-0 in the league heading into a big day Saturday. The Colby Baseball/Softball Complex dedication will begin at 10:45 a.m. and the Mules and Trinity will play a doubleheader at noon.

Colby scored a lone run in the bottom of the eighth inning to pull out the victory. Mule catcher Andrew Della Volpe singled in Soren Hanson with two outs in the eighth for the third run.

The excitement was just beginning for Colby heading into the top of the ninth inning. Schoenfeld struck out the side, including the final out on three pitches. He earned the victory after working the final 2.1 innings.

Forese, normally the closer for the Mules, came up big in the start. He allowed five hits over 6.2 innings, struck out two, and walked just one batter.

Jed Robinson also had a solid outing for the Bantams (7-11 overall, 2-2 NESCAC East). He went six innings, gave up five hits, struck out four, and walked one.

Colby scored the first run of the game in the fifth inning on a lead-off walk. Andrew Currier opened with the free pass, was sacrificed to second by Della Volpe, and scored on Jackson Ward's single to center field.

The Mules added another run in the sixth, this time thanks to Zach Ellenthal getting hit by a pitch to open the inning. Ellenthal moved to second on Dan Csaplar's single, and went to third when Hanson was hit by a pitch. Currier followed with a sacrifice fly to bring in Ellenthal.

Trinity tied the game in the top of the seventh inning. Brendan Pierce had a one-out walk, fouling off five pitches. Daniel Pidgeon smacked a double to left field to push Pierce to third base. Pierce scored on an RBI ground out by Nicholas DiBenedetto and Pidgeon came in on a single by Scott Cullinane. With runners on first and third, Schoenfeld entered the game and was able to get a fly ball to center field.

Cullinane was the lone hitter in the game with two hits.

Colby 3, Trinity 2
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Colby 000#011#01x--3#6#0
Tommy Forese, Dan Schoenfeld (W) and Andrew Della Volpe; Jed Robinson, Mclane Hill (7, L), Sam Jordan (8) and Scott Cullinane. 2B: Daniel Pidgeon (T).
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Southern Maine Defeats Salem State 12-3

GORHAM, Maine -- Sophomore Sam Stauble (Harrison, Maine/Bridgton Academy) and rookie Kyle O’Connor (Lynn, Mass./Lynn English) combined for five hits and six RBI to lead the University of Southern Maine Huskies to a 12-3 non-conference victory over the Salem State University Vikings Friday afternoon at the Central Campus Baseball Field.

Stauble was 3 for 4 with two runs scored and three RBI while O’Connor was 2 for 3, including his first collegiate home run, with three runs scored and three RBI. Sophomore Brandon Martins (Manorville, N.Y./Eastport South Manor) had three singles, and junior Paul McDonough (Wells, Maine), senior Jake Glauser (Goffstown, N.H.), and sophomore Tom Budrewicz (Boxford, Mass./Masconomet Regional) had two hits apiece. The Huskies out hit the Viking 16-10 in the game.

Freshman right-hander Jack Donnelly (Walpole, Mass.) earned the win going 6 2/3 innings allowing three runs (two earned) on eight hits and three walks with five strikeouts.

Senior Richard Fecteau (Newbury, Mass./Triton Regional) had three singles for the Vikings, and junior Teghan Malionek (Salem, Mass.) and Mac Daniel Singleton (Everett, Mass.) had two hits. Sophomore starter Will Twiss (Middleton, Mass./Masconomet Regional) took the loss going 5 2/3 innings surrendering eight runs on 11 hits and three walks with one strikeout.

The win was the second straight for the Huskies and improved their overall record to 9-5 heading into four Little East Conference games this weekend. The Vikings had their two-game winning streak snapped to fall to 7-10-1 overall.

Trailing 1-0 heading into the third inning, the Huskies erupted for four runs on two-run singles from Stauble and Glauser. USM loaded the bases on a hit batsman and two walks to set the stage for Stauble who singled. A groundout advanced senior Sam Dexter (Oakland, Maine/Messalonskee) and Stauble up a base before Glauser brought both home with a single.

Salem State pulled within two (4-2) in the fifth on a leadoff solo home run from senior Mike Davis (Peabody, Mass./Bishop Fenwick).

Glauser ignited another four-run uprising in the sixth with a one-out triple. Martins singled in Glauser before being thrown out attempting to steal second. Budrewicz and rookie Jake Dexter (Oakland, Maine/Messalonskee) had back-to-back singles before O’Connor launched his first career round tripper.

After the Vikings picked up a single run in the seventh, the Huskies put the game out of reach with their third four-run inning. Sam Dexter brought in the first run with a single that extended his hitting streak to 14 games. Stauble knocked in his third run with a ground ball, and Budrewicz capped off the rally with a two-run single.

Southern Maine will be on the road this weekend playing LEC doubleheaders at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth on Saturday (12:00 p.m.) and Rhode Island College on Sunday (12:00 p.m.). Salem State has a MASCAC doubleheader at Bridgewater State University on Saturday (12:00 p.m.).



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Husson baseball team sweeps Lyndon State

BANGOR | Husson University senior right-hander Dan Whitney fired a four-hitter to give the Eagles a 3-2 baseball victory and sweep over the Lyndon State Hornets in the second game of a North Atlantic Conference doubleheader Friday at the Winkin Complex. Husson won the first game 5-4. Whitney (2-1) …

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FORESE HAS FIRST COLBY HOMER IN NEW FACILITY

WATERVILLE, Maine -- Tommy Forese hit the first Colby College home run in the new Coombs Field in the nightcap of Trinity College's doubleheader sweep of the Mules on Saturday.

Trinity College's Scott Cullinane hit the first home run at the new ballpark to help the Bantams to a 7-0 win over Colby in the first game.

Despite the home run by Forese, the Bantams (9-11 overall, 4-2 NESCAC) took a 4-2 win in the nightcap. The Mules dropped to 5-12 overall and 1-2 in the NESCAC East.

Johnny Stamatis and Brendan Pierce had back-to-back walks with one out for the Bantams in the first inning. Daniel Pidgeon followed with a single to plate Stamatis with the first run. Cullinane belted a three-run home run to left field to make it 4-0.

Nick Pezzella homered to left field on the second pitch of the fifth inning to push the Bantam lead to 5-0. Pidgeon had an RBI double in the seventh inning and Ben Reinisch had an RBI single.

Anthony Egeln Jr. pitched a five-hit complete game shutout for Trinity. He had three strikeouts and one walk.

Colby led 2-0 after three innings of the second game. Andrew Della Volpe reached on an error, moved to third on a double by Tyler Starks, and came round to score on another error in the second inning. Forese smacked his home run to left field for the final Mule run.

Stamatis singled to lead off the fourth inning and moved to third base on an error. He later came in to score on a balk.

In a sixth inning where Colby threw two runners out at home, the Bantams did manage to tie the game at 2-2. Pidgeon scored the run on a single by Reinisch.

Pidgeon singled and moved to third on an outfield error with one out in the eighth inning. Cullinane reached on another Colby error to allow Pidgeon to score the eventual game-winning run. Cullinane later scored on a double by Reinisch.

Sam Jordan worked three innings of relief to earn the Trinity victory after coming into the game in the fifth inning. Pidgeon went the final 1.2 innings for the save. Colby starter Brooks Parker allowed just three hits and one earned run in five innings.

Trinity 7, Colby 0, 1st game
Trinity 400#010#2--7#8#0
Colby 000#000#0--0#5#2
Anthony Egeln Jr. (W) and Scott Cullinane; Soren Hanson (L), Dan Csaplar (6) and Blake Egan. 2B: Daniel Pidgeon (T), Soren Hanson (C). HR: Nick Pezzella (T), Scott Cullinane (T).
Trinity 4, Colby 2, 2nd game
Trinity 000#101#020---4#8#2
Colby 011#000#000---2#7#4
Chris Speer, Sam Jordan (5, W), Daniel Pidgeon (8, S) and Scott Cullinane; Brooks Parker, Dan Schoenfeld (6, L), Matt Garcia (8) and Andrew Della Volpe. 2B: Ben Reinisch (T), Tyler Starks (C), Soren Hanson (C) 2. HR: Tommy Forese (C).
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Southern Maine Sweeps UMass Dartmouth 8-6 and 10-3

NORTH DARTMOUTH, Mass. -- Sophomore Sam Stauble (Harrison, Maine/Bridgton Academy) went 6 for 10 with three runs scored and four RBI as the University of Southern Maine opened its Little East Conference schedule by sweeping the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth by scores of 8-6 and 10-3 Saturday afternoon at Corsairs Field.

The sweep extended the Huskies winning streak to four games heading into tomorrow’s (12:00 p.m.) make-up doubleheader at Rhode Island College. The Huskies, the defending LEC champions, are now 11-5 overall and 2-0 in conference play. The Corsairs have dropped their last three games, and five of the last six, to fall to 7-9 overall and 0-2 in the conference. The Corsairs will host Plymouth State University in an LEC make-up doubleheader on Sunday (12:00 p.m.).

Stauble was 2 for 4 in the opener scoring two runs and driving home one. In the nightcap, Stauble went 4 for 6, including a double, with a run scored and three RBI.



Game One

The Huskies built an 8-1 lead, then held off the Corsairs to take the opener. Senior right-hander Shyler Scates (Jefferson, Maine/Erskine Academy) combined with two relievers to earn his fifth win of the season. Scates went seven innings allowing eight hits and no walks while striking out six. Freshman Jake Dexter (Oakland, Maine/Messalonskee) retired the side in order in the ninth inning to earn his first career save.

Sophomore Brandon Martins (Manorville, N.Y.) paced USM’s 11-hit attack with three singles and three RBI. Junior Paul McDonough (Wells, Maine) also had a pair of safeties.

UMD sophomore Kenny Michael (Norwood, Mass.) was a home run shy of hitting for the cycle going 4 for 4 with three runs scored. No other UMD player had more than one hit. Junior right-hander Sean Callahan (Colchester, Vt.) was tagged with his first loss of the season allowing eight runs (five earned) on 10 hits and two walks while striking out four.

The Huskies took a 2-0 lead in the second inning on RBI singles from senior Nick DiBiase (Portland, Maine/Deering) and sophomore Kyle Heath (Westbrook, Maine).

After an RBI pinch-hit single by UMD senior Connor Shaw (Goffstown, N.H.) in the fifth cut the deficit in half, the Huskies responded with two runs in the sixth. Martins drove in senior Sam Dexter (Oakland, Maine/Messalonskee) with a single, and DiBiase brought Stauble in with a sacrifice squeeze bunt.

The teams traded four-run innings in the seventh to make it 8-5. Three of USM’s four runs were unearned. Stauble and senior Jake Glauser (Goffstown, N.H.) had RBI singles, and Martins had a two-run single.

UMD scored an unearned run on a passed ball in the eighth, but Jake Dexter shut the door in the ninth.



Game Two

Stauble played a big role in the Huskies getting off to a 4-0 start in the nightcap. McDonough ignited a four-run uprising in the second inning with a two-run double. After a Sam Dexter single, Stauble stroked a two-run double down the left-field line.

The Huskies upped their lead to 6-0 in the fifth on an RBI single from Glauser and an infield error. UMD had a golden opportunity in the fifth against USM freshman starter Dalton Rice (Waterford, Maine/Oxford Hills) loading the bases with no outs. The Corsairs got a run when Rice induced a double play after issuing three consecutive walks. After another walk, Rice got out of further trouble with a strikeout to end the inning.

The teams traded two-run rallies in the sixth to make it 8-3. Sam Dexter had an RBI double followed by an RBI single from Stauble. With two outs, the Corsairs strung together four straight singles to produce two runs.

Rice earned his third win of the season going the first five innings. He allowed one run on one hit and four walks while striking out eight. The rookie hurler was very impressive setting down the first nine batters, and 12 of the first 13, before running into some wildness in the fifth. Rice and three relievers combined to limit the Corsairs to six hits while striking out 13.

In addition to Stauble going 4 for 6, Sam Dexter, and rookie Kip Richard (Kennebunk, Maine) had two hits.

Senior southpaw Aaron Chouinard (Swansea, Mass./Joseph Case) went 5 1/3 innings allowing eight runs (six earned) on nine hits and two walks while striking out five.



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