April 06, 2020
BANGOR DAILY NEWS (BANGOR, MAINE

Lorenz lifts UM women to two wins> Bears improve to 4-3-1

Alison Lorenz scored seven of her team’s eight goals over the weekend, leading the University of Maine women’s hockey team to victories over Wesleyan and Connecticut College.

Lorenz scored both Black Bear goals in Saturday’s 2-1 victory over Wesleyan at Alfond Arena in Orono, then fired in five goals in Sunday’s 6-1 win over Connecticut College at Bouchard Arena in Brewer.

Maine, which improved to 4-3-1 overall and 3-3-1 in the ECAC Women’s Hockey Alliance, has won three straight games.

In Sunday’s game, Lorenz scored twice in the first period to provide the Bears with all the goals they would need. She added one in the second period and two more in the third while pushing her season total to 13.

Amy Oliver made 11 saves before giving way to Sarah Dolan, who had three stops.

Liisa Sundberg scored for 0-7-1 Connecticut College, which received 15 saves from Claudia Goodrich.

At Orono on Saturday, the Bears prevailed despite being outshot 31-14 by Wesleyan.

Lorenz scored goals in the first and second periods, with Christina Hedges assisting on the latter. Oliver racked up 29 saves to post the victory.

Katie Whitman scored the lone goal for 5-5-0 Wesleyan off an assist from Heather Roberts. Emma DiSimone made 10 saves.

Black Bears 6, Camels 1

(Sunday) Connecticut College (0-7-1) 0 1 0 – 1 Maine (4-3-1) 2 2 2 – 6

First Period – 1. M, Lorenz 9 (Hedges) 15:17; 2. M, Lorenz 10 (Hedges) 19:32, pp

Second Period – 3. M, Gilmore 4 (Gabriele) 8:13; 4. CC, Sundberg 2 (unassisted) 10:51, shg; 5. M, Lorenz 11 (unassisted)

Third Period – 6. M, Lorenz 11 (Haley, Schofield) 10:17; 7. M, Lorenz 12 (unassisted) 11:24

Shots on goal: Connecticut College 4-6-5-15; Maine 9-8-4-21

Goalies: Connecticut College, Claudia Goodrich; Maine, Amy Oliver, Sarah Dolan

Power-play opportunities: Connecticut College 0-for-2; Maine 1-for-2

Black Bears 2, Cardinals 1

(Saturday) Wesleyan (5-5-0) 0 0 1 – 1 Maine 0 1 1 – 2

Second Period – 1. M, Lorenz 18:27

Third Period – 2. M, Lorenz (Hedges) 8:44; 3. W, Whitman (Roberts) 12:17

Shots on goal: Wesleyan 8-15-8-31; Maine 3-7-4-14

Goalies: Wesleyan, Emma DeSimone; Maine, Amy Oliver

Power-play opportunities: Wesleyan 0-for-2; Maine none

Men’s basketball

Lyndon State 96, UMFK 77

At Lyndonville, Vt., Jamie Kingsbury and Kerry Lyons each scored 16 points as Lyndon State earned the victory Sunday.

Dareh Austin scored 13 points and Neil Lalonde added 11 for the winners. Joe Layn had 10 points.

Ish Gelpi and James Osbourne each scored 18 points for the University of Maine-Farmington. Shaun Tomblin added 15 points.

UM-Fort Kent 77

Lavoie 1-1-3, Gelpi 6-4-18, Angelosante, Farrar 3-0-6, Royal, Tardie 1-0-2, Osbourne 2-0-5, DeVoe 2-0-5, Davies 3-3-9, Khoury 0-1-1, Tomblin 7-1-15 Lyndon State 96

Garceau 0-1-1, Scaltrott, Wheeler 1-0-3, McCarthy 3-2-9, Layn 4-2-10, Lyons 4-8-16, Lalonde 4-1-11, Austin 6-1-13, Bathborn 2-1-5, Kingsbury 4-7-16, Nelson 1-0-2, Stanzionc 2-0-4, Smith

3-pt. goals: Gelpi 2, Osbourne 3, DeVoe; Wheeler, McCarthy, Lalonde 2, Kingsbury, Smith 2

Halftime: UMFK 43, Lyndon 38

UM-Machias 48, UNE 34

At Biddeford Saturday, Chad Dixon and Zeke Bojic combined for 57 points as the University of Maine-Machias cruised.

Denis Traup tossed in 17 points for the winners and Scott Wood added 10.

Aaron McClure paced the University of New England with 17 points. Tyler Lakin scored 14 points while Mike McCarthy and Paul Clark each had 13.

UM-Machias (8-7) 96

Bojic 11-3-26, Traup 5-7-17, Dixon 9-12-31, Wood 1-7-10, Talarico, Sherman 2-0-5, White 1-3-6, Hughes 0-1-1 U. New England (4-6) 81

Sirois 2-0-5, Trottier 2-4-9, McClure 7-0-17, Lakin 5-4-14, McCarthy 4-4-13, Berry 1-0-2, Clark 4-4-13, Nosek 2-0-6, Arbour, Cooper 1-0-2, Millett

3-pt. goals: Bojic, Dixon, Wood, Sherman, White; Sirois, Trottier, McClure 3, McCarthy, Clark, Nosek 2

Halftime: UM-Machias 48, UNE 34

UMPI 93, Thomas 87

At Presque Isle on Saturday, Brian Colman and Jeffrey Joseph each scored 16 points to lead a balanced scoring attack for the University of Maine-Presque Isle.

Jonathan Eastmond chipped in with 14 points and Alex Mitchell added 12. Matt Townsend tallied nine rebounds and seven assists along with 11 points. Joseph grabbed 10 rebounds.

For Thomas College of Waterville, Scott Raymond led all scorers with 22 points. Matt Pitcher scored 21 and John Pokrywkra added 10.

Thomas (5-10) 87

Dunphe 0-1-1, Cilley 2-4-8, Heal 1-0-3, Pitcher 5-10-21, Raymond 6-8-22, Pillsbury 0-3-3, Cloukey 1-4-6, Graves 4-5-13, Pokrywkra 3-3-10 UMPI (7-8) 93

Okunniwa 3-1-7, Hermansson 3-2-8, Eastmond 4-5-14, Henderson 0-3-3, Townsend 5-0-11, Colman 4-4-16, Kay 2-2-6, Andersson, Mitchell, Joseph, Malek

3-pt. goals: Eastmond, Townsend, Colman 4, Mitchell; Heal, Pitcher, Raymond

Halftime: UMPI 51-31

Colby 83, Wheaton 75

(Sunday) Wheaton (5-8) 75

Tyson, Allen, Ling 6-3-15, Delacruz 1-1-3, Butler, Palmer 4-1-9, Bush 3-0-7, O’Brien 3-2-8, Pransky 2-6-13, Leftkowski 3-1-8, Lynch 5-2-12 Colby (8-3) 83

McCullough 2-0-5, Hansen 1-0-2, Petroskey 1-0-3, Allen 3-8-15, Gallagher 1-0-2, Olinto 0-2-2, Meisner, Conway 3-2-8, Hinton 5-5-15, Spidle 9-6-31

3-pt. goals: Pransky 3, Leftkowski, Bush; Spidle 7, McCullough, Allen, Petroskey

Halftime: Wheaton 45, Colby 44

Bowdoin 104, UM-Farmington 65

(Saturday) UM-Farmington (4-7) 65

Bryant 1-0-3, Redstone 1-0-3, Meader 5-3-14, Toland 5-4-14, Webster 5-3-13, White, Richards 1-0-2, Soucie 2-0-5, Spadea, Gutierrez, Arnold 2-0-5, Dufort 1-0-2, Deeds, Lasante 1-0-2, Benge 0-2-2 Bowdoin (8-3) 104

Coleman 6-1-16, Houser 5-0-14, Buschmann 0-1-1, Lovely 4-3-12, Smith 8-0-20, Masson 2-2-6, D. McKinnon 3-2-11, S. McKinnon 0-2-2, Ranslow 2-1-6, Surdel 1-0-2, Dawe 1-0-2, Weems 4-0-9, Baranowski, Prentice 0-1-1, Sorenson 0-1-1

3-pt. goals: Bryant, Redstone, Meader, Soucie, Arnold; Houser 4, Smith 4, D. McKinnon 3, Coleman 3, Ranslow, Weems, Lovely

Halftime: Bowdoin 42, UM-Farmington 28

Emerson 83, Bates 71

(Saturday) Emerson (6-3) 83

Negron 7-5-22, Tse 0-1-1, Presti 4-5-14, Attride, Postorino 3-3-10, Kelley 6-8-22, Aria, Burns 2-0-4, Barnes 1-8-10 Bates (3-8) 71

Davis 0-2-2, Cacciola-Morales, Lynch 4-3-13, Tisdale 3-0-7, Sargent 8-2-18, Timoll 7-1-15, Padonou 4-1-9, Hall 1-0-2, Reed 1-3-5

3-pt. goals: Negron 3, Kelley 2, Postorino, Presti; Lynch 2, Tisdale

Halftime: Emerson 41, Bates 31

Women’s basketball

UNE 72, UM-Machias 58

At Machias Saturday, Wendy Atwood scored 14 of her game-high 26 points in the first half as the University of New England Nor’easters downed the University of Maine-Machias.

Lori Morrow paced UMM with 23 points. Shelly Steel and Anne-Marie Cochrane added 14 and 13 points, respectively.

Univ. of New England 72

Coomes 3-0-8, Atwood 7-8-26, Hagan 1-4-6, Keene 1-0-3, Stevens 4-1-9, Conti 3-0-6, Lamy, Coyne, Plant 3-0-8, Staehli 3-0-6, Watson, McMannis UMaine-Machias 58

Steel 6-1-14, Saunders, Morrow 9-5-23, Cochrane 4-3-13, McKinnon, Hildreth 1-4-6, Andrews, McLaughlin, Sawyer, Poulin

3-pt. goals: Coomes 2, Atwood 4, Keene, Plant 2; Steel, Cochrane 2

Halftime: UNE 35, UM-Machias 27

UMFK 65, No. Essex CC 50

(Saturday) UM-Fort Kent 65

O’Brien 11-1-23, Small, Simpson 1-0-2, Gosselin 1-0-2, Ross 5-1-11, Levesque 7-2-16, Miller 3-1-7, Stephen, Smilowicz 2-0-4 Northern Essex CC 50

Baio 8-0-17, Adam 1-0-2, Rasario 2-0-4, Barnes 4-0-9, Ellis 3-3-9, Richardson 3-3-9

3-pt. goals: Baio, Barnes

Halftime: UM-Fort Kent 38, Northern Essex CC 28

UM-Farmington 64, Bowdoin 62

(Saturday) UM-Farmington (8-3) 64

Fletcher 0-3-3, Parent 1-0-2, Atwood 8-0-24, C. Moir 4-0-8, Lasante 11-3-25, M. Moir 1-0-2, Robertson, Roak, Rosebush Bowdoin (4-4) 62

Marshall 1-0-2, Good 6-0-15, Myers 10-2-22, Little 2-3-7, LaRochelle 1-0-2, Bennett 3-2-8, Dargin 2-1-6, Maxwell

3-pt. goals: Atwood 8; Good 3, Dargin

Halftime: UM-Farmington 31, Bowdoin 26

Bates 79, Colby 72 (2 OT)

(Friday night) Bates (9-1) 79

McCrave 6-2-15, McLaughlin 1-0-2, Dutille 8-4-21, King 11-4-26, Thurston 7-0-15 Colby (5-4) 72

Cole-Karagory 9-3-21, Cochrane 3-3-9, Condon 8-5-23, Hallee 1-0-2, McGonagle 5-4-11, Morin 1-0-2

3-pt. goals: McCrave, Dutille, Thurston; Condon 2, McGonagle

Halftime: Bates 28, Colby 22

UM-Fort Kent 57, NH Tech 34

(Friday night) UMaine-Fort Kent 57

O’Brien 4-0-10, Small 2-0-5, Simpson, Gosselin 4-2-10, Ross 4-1-9, Levesque 7-3-17, Miller 2-0-4, Stephen, Smilowitz 1-0-2 New Hampshire Tech 34

Beech, Boynton 2-0-4, Bradford 5-0-10, Briere, Kiesman, Parrer 1-0-2, Sauveur 5-2-12, Stauffacher 2-0-4, Wabon, Wilson 1-0-2

3-pt. goals: O’Brien 2, Small

Halftime: UM-Fort Kent 32, NH Tech-Manchester 10


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