BANGOR, Maine — Alannah Healy pitched 6⅓ innings of three-hit shutout ball on Wednesday night, setting the tone for Husson University’s 3-2 softball victory over Colby College of Waterville in the second game of a doubleheader at Boucher Field.

The Eagles won the opener 6-1.

In the nightcap, Healy struck out two and walked one in her strong outing. Husson (9-7) managed only two hits off Colby’s Megan Michie, but took advantage as the Mules committed four errors.

Michie allowed three unearned runs, fanned eight and walked two while going the distance.

Lyndsay Merrill and Haley Spiers singled for the Eagles, who scored twice in the first inning via a hit, a walk and a two-out error. Husson scored the game-winner on a wild pitch in the fifth.

Victoria Sansone doubled and singled for Colby (5-11), while Meaghan Lewia hit an RBI double and Emily Schatz had a single and an RBI.

In the opener, Deb Colpitts laced two RBI ground-rule doubles and a run-scoring single, sparking the Eagles to victory.

Colpitts hit an RBI single in the first, a run-scoring double in the fifth and another in a seventh to support Kayla Merrill (4-3), who pitched a five-hitter. She struck out seven and walked two.

Lyndsay Merrill and Sami Schultz each tripled and doubled for Husson.

Robin Spofford singled twice and Lewia smacked a solo home run for Colby. Julia Saul took the loss in the circle.


UMF 6, Bates 4

At Lewiston, the University of Maine-Farmington scored four runs in the fifth inning with the help of three errors en route to a nonleague victory over Bates College at Leahey Field.

Jordan Croteau hit an RBI single and Dustin McCrossin drew a bases-loaded walk in the pivotal fifth for the Beavers (9-4).

UMF managed only four hits, including two singles and an RBI from Tom Grady. Jimmy Parks poked a double to support starter and winner Bradley Jackson (2-0), who worked four scoreless innings, allowing two hits with two strikeouts and two walks.

Grayson Beressi pitched two hitless, shutout innings for the winners.

Brendan Fox paced the offense for Bates (6-8) with two doubles and a single with an RBI. Mekae Hyde tripled and singled (RBI) and John Dinucci posted two singles.

Starter Dillon Dresser (0-1) suffered the loss, giving up one hit and five runs, only one of which was earned, with two strikeouts and three walks.