Wednesday’s colleges: UMass men’s lacrosse wins second straight

Thursday, March 16, 2017

Tyler Bogart scored four goals for the second time in as many games as the UMass men’s lacrosse team beat UMass Lowell, 10-8, at Garber Field Wednesday.

It was the second straight win for the Minutemen (2-4).

Dan Muller added three goals, while D.J. Smith made 12 saves for the win.

Women’s lacrosse

Mount Holyoke 16, New England 15 — Charlotte Wagner had five goals and Mary LaVigne added four as the Lyons (1-4) won in Englewood, Florida.

Leila Kouakou (Leeds) had two goals, while Haley Subocz (Northampton) had two assists in the win.


UMass 6, Lehigh 1; UMass 5, Pacific 2 — Ashton Wince was 2-for-3 with two RBIs, while Nicole Imhof tripled and scored twice as the Minutewomen (6-14) beat Lehigh in Stockton, California.

Candace Denis (homer, three RBIs) and Kaycee Carbone (two RBIs) each had two hits in UMass’ win over Pacific.

Smith 12, Lasell 0; Washington (Mo.) 13, Smith 3 — Brittney Blokker (two runs, RBI) and Tyler Feeney (RBI, run) each had two hits, while Makena Wagner, Ruth Zimmerman and Lydia Deangelo each had two RBIs in the win for the Pioneers (2-6) in Leesburg, Florida.

Ally Snyder was 3-for-4 with a run and RBI in the loss.

Washington (Mo.) 9, Amherst 1; Amherst 9, Bowdoin 8 — Andrea Sanders was 3-for-4 with two RBIs, while Sammy Salustri and Annie Murphy each had two hits in the win for Amherst (6-2) in Leesburg, Florida.

Kyra Naftel (RBI) and Alena Marovitz each had a hit in the loss.


Harvard 8, UMass 2 — The Minutemen (3-5) led 2-0 but couldn’t hold on as they fell in Port Charlotte, Florida.

Cooper Mrowka had two hits in defeat.

Men’s tennis

Amherst 9, Lake Forest 0; Amherst 9, Trinity (Texas) 0 — No. 15-ranked Amherst (8-0) stayed undefeated with the sweep at the USTA National Campus in Orlando, Florida.

Women’s tennis

Carnegie Mellon 6, Amherst 3 — Seventh-ranked Amherst (0-4) remained winless with the setback in Claremont, California.

Mount Holyoke 7, University of Puerto Rico Maya 2 — The Lyons (9-5) opened with a sweep at doubles en route to the win in Puerto Rico.

Women’s Diving

NCAA Division III Championships — Elly Stone of Smith College placed 15th on women’s 3-meter springboard with 394.6 points in Conroe, Texas.

Ithaca junior Katie Helly Florence) placed 18th with 384 points, 12 shy of 16th.