BANGOR, Maine — Thomas Brown poured in 25 points to help Green Mountain hand Husson University its first North Atlantic Conference loss, 92-88 in men’s basketball action Saturday at Newman Gym.

Cameron Anderson posted a double-double for the visitors (12-4, 8-2 NAC) with 23 points and 13 rebounds, Mychal Parker tallied 15 points and nine rebounds and Javier Lugris added 12 points and seven rebounds.

Trevon Butler led the effort for Husson (11-4, 9-1 NAC) with a game-best 26 points and eight rebounds. Raheem Anderson tallied 22 points and eight boards and Justin Martin racked up 10 points and 13 rebounds.

Castleton 56, MMA 54

At Castine on Saturday, Rob Coloutti made three free throws in the final 2:40 and the Mariners went scoreless during the same span as the Spartans pulled out a North Atlantic Conference win.

Coloutti finished with 15 points and eight rebounds for Castleton (6-11, 5-5 NAC) and Tyler Arsenault provided 10 points.

Brendan Newcomb led the way for Maine Maritime Academy (3-13, 2-7 NAC) with a game-high 18 points. Dylan Price (7 rebounds, 4 assists) and Tyler Thayer (6 rebounds) chipped in with nine points each.

Colby-Sawyer 88, UMF 58

At Farmington on Saturday, Wol Majong topped a list of four Colby-Sawyer double-figure scorers with 20 points as the Chargers picked up the NAC victory.

Jourdain Bell hit for 14 points while Peter Donato (9 rebounds) and Jake Maynard scored 13 points each for Colby-Sawyer (11-5, 7-3 NAC).

Nick Hilton was the high scorer for the University of Maine-Farmington (2-13, 2-7 NAC) with 12 points, Ryan Rice scored 11 and Eric Berry provided 10 points, six rebounds, six assists and four steals.

Thomas 102, NEC 84

At Waterville, Levi Barnes tossed in 23 points to help the Terriers earn a convincing NAC win over the Pilgrims.

Mike Akanji (5 assists) scored 18 points, Tyheem Simon (6 rebounds) netted 17 and Carlos Gonzalez racked up a double-double with 11 points and 14 rebounds with five assists and three blocked shots. Dayne Savage added 11 points for Thomas (9-8, 5-5 NAC), which amassed 25 assists.

Dezron Wilson led all scorers with 34 points for New England College (5-12, 2-8 NAC), while Ricky Leonard contributed 22 points and Dondre James had 11.

UMPI 72, SMCC 64

At South Portland, UMaine-Presque Isle rallied from an eight-point halftime deficit and outscored Southern Maine Community College 47-27 in the second half to record the win.

Maurice Harris paced UMPI with 19 points and four rebounds while Chase Vicaire chipped in with 16 points, two assists and two steals. Derek Healy contributed 14 points.

Matt Talbot scored 18 points and grabbed 11 rebounds to lead SMCC. Jordan DeRosby chipped in with 13 points and Grayson Waterman added 12.

Women’s Hockey

UNH 3, Maine 0

At Alfond Arena in Orono on Sunday, Kyra Smith racked up 32 saves to backstop the Wildcats to a Hockey East victory over the Black Bears.

Carlee Toews scored the only goal the University of New Hampshire (10-16-1, 7-10 HE) would need in the first period off a Margo Lund assist. Toews also set up a Cassandra Vilgrain goal and Sara Carlson scored on the power play with assists from Amy Boucher and Amy Schlagel.

The University of Maine (7-18, 3-14-1 HE) received 21 saves from Mariah Fujimagari and nine from Meghann Treacy.

UNH 5, Maine 1

At Alfond Arena in Orono on Saturday, Jonna Curtis posted a goal and two assists to propel the Wildcats to a Hockey East win over the Black Bears.

Amy Boucher logged a goal and an assist while Cassandra Vilgrain, Margo Lund and Amy Schlagel provided a goal apiece for the University of New Hampshire (9-16-1, 6-10 HE). Kyra Smith made 22 saves.

Audra Richards scored the goal for UMaine (7-17-2, 3-13-1 HE) with assists from Jillian Langtry and Victoria Hummel. Meaghann Treacy piled up 48 saves.

Women’s Basketball

Husson 105, Green Mountain 47

At Bangor on Saturday, Maegan True scored 17 points to help Husson stay undefeated in North Atlantic Conference play.

Darla Morales posted 16 points and eight rebounds for the hosts (12-3, 10-0 NAC), while Victoria McIntyre (5 rebounds) and Kenzie Worcester netted 12 points each and Chandler Guerrette (6 assists) chipped in with 11.

Torie Cowell paced Green Mountain (0-14, 0-10 NAC) with 16 points and eight rebounds and Sherelle Jackson scored 12 points.

Castleton 65, MMA 56

At Castine, the Spartans outscored the Mariners 21-10 in the fourth quarter to pull out a North Atlantic Conference win on Saturday.

Makayla Farrara scored 11 of her 13 points in the pivotal period for Castleton (12-4, 8-2 NAC). Bryanna duPont registered a double-double with 14 points and 11 rebounds, while Lindsay Sabo provided 10 points and five assists.

Alayne Felix led Maine Maritime Academy (8-7, 5-4 NAC) with 16 points, six rebounds and four assists. Mackenzie Vosburgh tallied 13 points.

UMF 67, Colby-Sawyer 63

At Farmington on Saturday, Meghan Smith connected for eight of her team-high 16 points in the fourth quarter to help the Beavers pull out a North Atlantic Conference victory.

Kelly Pomerleau scored 13 points, Kennadi Grover posted 10 points and Cheyenne Malloy added nine points and seven rebounds for the University of Maine-Farmington (9-6, 7-2 NAC). Smith also provided eight rebounds and three assists.

Amanda Calvo connected for 18 points to spark Colby-Sawyer (10-6, 7-3 NAC). Lexi Iannone and Jessica Shenkel scored 12 and 10 points, respectively.

NEC 77, Thomas 43

At Waterville on Saturday, Marjani Lillard scored 16 points as the Pilgrims cruised to a NAC win over the Terriers.

Utshana Durham provided 14 points and five rebounds for New England College (11-6, 5-5 NAC).

Katie McAllister paced Thomas (2-15, 1-9 NAC) with 15 points and six rebounds and Tess McClenahan tallied 12 points. Jordan Agger-Barnes pulled down 12 rebounds.

SMCC 89, UMPI 51

At Portland, the Southern Maine Community College Seawolves jumped out to a 23-8 lead at the end of the first quarter en route to the victory Saturday.

Alicia Hoyt paced SMCC (17-5) with 19 points and nine rebounds. Vanese Barnes and Maria Veino each added 13 points.

Sydney Churchill scored 18 points to lead UMPI (3-16) and Kylee Alton added 10.