BANGOR, Maine — Zack Glazier scored six goals on Thursday night to power Husson University to an 18-12 men’s lacrosse victory over Daniel Webster at Boucher Field.

Brandon Corbo registered five goals and an assist and Trent Sell tallied three goals with an assist for the Eagles (6-6), Brett Martin (2 assists), Zach White (assist), Derek Driscoll (assist) and James Seager provided a goal apiece. Tom Lepage and Andrew Tarr combined to make seven saves.

Anthony Cotoni led Daniel Webster (5-6) with three goals and an assist and David Downie netted three goals while Kevin Lambert added two. Curtis Larade came up with 22 saves.

Women’s Lacrosse

UM-Farmington 13, NEC 10

At Farmington, Ayla Allen’s six-goal performance helped the Beavers edge the Pilgrims in a North Atlantic Conference clash.

Maddi Kadner contributed three goals and an assist for the University of Maine-Farmington (5-6, 4-3 NAC), while Rhi Jackson and Carly Raymond scored two goals each. Patty Smith made five saves.

Jacquelyn Lane racked up seven goals to pace New England College (3-12, 2-3 NAC). Gabriella Bigos scored twice and Allison Granata added a goal and an assist. Mackenzie Meegan made 12 stops.


Lyndon State, UMF split

At Lyndonville, Vermont, Mason Brewer pitched a three-hitter with seven strikeouts and two walks to carry the Hornets to a 1-0 North Atlantic Conference win in the second game of a doubleheader.

The Beavers won the opener 10-5.

In Game 1, Jimmy Neal’s two-run single highlighted a six-run second inning as the University of Maine-Farmington won.

Tom Grady hit an RBI double had a bases-loaded walk for the Beavers, while Sean Cabaniss singled three times with an RBI. Neal added a single and Jordan Croteau doubled in two runs.

Nate Pushard earned the win on the mound, allowing four hits and three runs in four innings.

Ian Sackett doubled (RBI) and singled and Dylan Newton hit two singles (RBI) for Lyndon State (5-13, 4-4 NAC). Mike Loverde singled and drove in two runs.

In the nightcap, Sackett’s RBI double in the first inning provided the only run of the contest for Lyndon. Dylan Newton doubled twice for the winners.

Jimmy Neal was the tough-luck loser for the Beavers. He allowed only five hits with seven strikeouts and two walks.

Colby 4, Thomas 2

At Waterville, Jason Buco and Nils Carlson rapped run-scoring singles in the seventh inning to lift the Mules to victory.

Soren Hanson doubled and singled with an RBI while Ryder Arsenault, Tyler Starks and Buco each singled twice. Jake Connelly picked up the win in relief and Daniel Schoenfeld got the save for Colby (14-6).

Derek Kane paced Thomas (8-14) with two singles and two RBIs. Christopher Esquivel also singled twice to support losing pitcher Taylor Bacon.


Thomas, UNE split

At Biddeford, Lindsy Hoopingarner’s two-run double in the top of the eighth inning provided the winning run as the Terriers edged the Nor’easters 7-6 in the first game of a nonleague doubleheader.

The University of New England won the second game 6-0.

In the opener, Briana Warren collected a double and three singles with an RBI for Thomas College of Waterville (4-16). Korrie Laren stroked a two-run single to support winning pitcher Sonja Morse, who went the distance and struck out seven.

Adrienne Chase hit a double and two singles with two RBIs to lead the Nor’easters (15-13). Sydney Helmbrecht (RBI), Amanda Vallante and Abby Lambert contributed two singles each.

In the second game, Kelly Murphy knocked in three runs with two singles and Lambert pitched a four-hit shutout as the Nor’easters blanked the Terriers in nonleague action.

Vallante and Helmbrecht each singled twice and drove in a run for UNE, while Chase rapped a double and a single and Mollie Bartles added an RBI single. Lambert scattered four hits, striking out six and walking one.

Morse, Laren, Jordan Agger-Barnes and Mary Ortiz each posted a single for Thomas. Starter Emily McKenney suffered the loss, giving up six hits and two runs in four innings.