RINDGE, N.H. — Franklin Pierce University men’s lacrosse senior attack Jack Carney became the sixth member of the program’s 100-point club as the Ravens were undone by Assumption College’s second-half scoring blitz in a 12-7 setback during Northeast-10 Conference play at Sodexo Field Saturday.
WATERVILLE — The Thomas College men’s tennis team earned a pair of weekend 9-0 victories.
Against the University of Southern Maine on Saturday, the Terriers received a pair of wins from Brunswick’s Ross Munn.
At No. 2 doubles, Munn and teammate Jared Waterhouse captured an 8-0 win, and Munn picked up a 6-1, 6- 0 victory at No. 2 singles.
STANDISH — Saint Joseph’s College (13-5) toppled Husson University (5-9), 11-1, in a non-conference baseball contest at Larry Mahaney Diamond on Thursday afternoon.
The Monks extended their winning streak to 10 games.
Saint Joseph’s answered a Husson first-inning run with two in the home half of the first.
Four pitchers threw for the Monks.
LEWISTON — The No. 28 nationally-ranked Bates College women’s tennis team defeated No. 29 Trinity, 8-1, Sunday inside Merrill Gymnasium for a hard-fought second NESCAC victory of the season.
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. — The University of Southern Maine men’s track team was in action on Saturday at the eighth annual Yellow Jacket Invitational at American International College.
The meet was a non-scoring event.
In the men’s meet, USM sophomore Nick Harriman of Lisbon placed fifth in the 5,000-meter run in 15:49.24.
DARTMOUTH, Mass. — Seniors Erin Kish and Julia DiPillo combined for 14 points, including 11 goals, to lead the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Corsairs to a 17-8 victory over the visiting University of Southern Maine Huskies in Little East Conference women’s lacrosse action Saturday afternoon at Cressy Field.
NEW LONDON, Conn. — The Bates College women’s lacrosse team scored five of the final six goals to defeat host Connecticut College, 10- 7, Saturday, giving the Bobcats their second NESCAC win of the season.
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J.
The New York Giants have opened their first organized team activities under new coach Pat Shurmur with star receiver Odell Beckham Jr. in the building.
Speaking on a conference call Monday, Shurmur said he hadn’t yet talked to Beckham, whose name has been mentioned in trade speculation in recent months.
Reading’s bullpen retired the final 15 batters, holding on to beat the Portland Sea Dogs (0- 4), 6-5 on Monday night in the Eastern League series opener at FirstEnergy Stadium.
The Fightin Phils (2-3) used a three-run fourth for the win.
Portland built a 1-0 lead in the first inning on a sacrifice fly by Mike Olt.
Boston Red Sox shortstop Xander Bogaerts was put on the 10-day disabled list because of a cracked bone in his left ankle.
Boston says an MRI confirmed the injury on Monday, a day after he was hurt. The injury is a non-displaced fracture and won’t require surgery. He is expected to miss 10-to- 14 days.
The Maine Mariners announced Monday that the team has entered into an affiliation agreement with the National Hockey League’s New York Rangers.
The Bowdoin College baseball team suffered a 14-4 setback at the hands of Saint Joseph’s on Monday afternoon.
The Polar Bears fell to 9-10, while the Monks climbed to 16-5.
Bowdoin fell behind 4-0 in the bottom of the first, sparked by a two-run single from Ben Gravel.
Members of the Long Reach Swim Club of the Bath Area Family YMCA recently competed in the YMCA National Championships.
Morse High School swimmer Olivia Harper became the fifth individual national champion for LRSC, taking first in the 100 backstroke in a state record time of 53.71.
Lucky for Life:
Gimme 5: 5-15-18-20-28
Day Pick 3: 2-7-5
Day Pick 4: 4-0-0-7
Evening Pick 3: 0-3-0
Evening Pick 4: 8-1-4-5
Federal agents have raided the office of President Donald Trump’s personal attorney Michael Cohen, seizing records on topics including a $130,000 payment made to porn actress Stormy Daniels.
The raid was overseen by the U.S. Attorney’s office in Manhattan and was based in part on a referral from Mueller, said Cohen’s lawyer, Stephen Ryan.