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Weston, Mass. — Parris Hill scored 27 points Saturday as the Mitchell College men's basketball team won its sixth straight game, 84-81 over Regis College in the New England Collegiate Conference.
The Mariners (8-3, 5-0) almost let a 14-point second-half lead disappear before hanging on. Frank Martin made four 3-pointers and added 17 points for Mitchell while Joshua Ford finished with 12 points and 14 rebounds and Anthony Epps had 10 rebounds.
In other games:
• Mason Lopez scored a game-high 26 points, leading Connecticut College to an 82-74 win over Colby in a New England Small College Athletic Conference game.
Bo McKinley had 13 points and 11 assists, Matt Vadas scored 21 and Zuri Pavlin had 11 rebounds for Conn (7-6, 1-1).
• St. Thomas More improved to 9-3 with an easy 86-61 victory over Montmorency. Eric Paschell had 29 points and eight rebounds for the Chancellors while Cane Broome finished with 20 points, 10 assists and five rebounds, Scott Toresco had nine points and seven rebounds and Mike Wells had eight points and 10 assists.
• UConn-Avery Point's Keith Porter scored 22 points, but the Pointers lost to Northern Essex 69-64. Malcolm Simmons had 17 points and 13 rebounds for the Pointers (7-6).
• Emerson College used a 15-1 run in the second half to pull away and defeat Coast Guard Academy 72-50 in the New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference.
David Anderson led the Bears (2-10, 0-2) with 12 points and seven rebounds while Devonte Weems added seven points and five assists. Emerson outrebounded the Bears 35-19.
• Caycee Williams scored 21 points and had seven rebounds, leading Mitchell College past Bay Path 64-58 in a NECC game. Kate Mulloy had 10 rebounds, Savannah Boyle scored 12 and Amanda Garcia came off the bench for 13 points for Mitchell (5-7, 5-1).
• Willa McKinley scored 22 points, leading Conn College to a 72-67 win over Colby in a NESCAC game. Liz Malman had 15 points and five assists and Carlee Smith scored 14 for Conn (8-6, 1-1).
• Smith College cooled off Coast Guard with a 59-48 NEWMAC victory. Kaitlin Ward led the Bears (10-2, 6-2) with 13 points, nine rebounds and four steals while Brittney Zimmerman added 12 points. Smith (5-7, 5-4) has beaten Coast Guard nine straight times.
• Senior Courtney Dumont became Conn College's all-time points leader during a 5-4 loss to Bowdoin in the NESCAC. Dumont scored three goals for the Camels (4-4-2, 1-3-2), giving her a school record 71 points (43 goals, 28 assists) for her career. Amelia Dineen also scored for Conn, Olivia Farrell added two assists and goalie Kelsie Fralick stopped 22 shots.
• Coast Guard's Christian Brindamour won a pair of events, but No. 5 MIT beat the Bears 203.5-74.5. MIT won 14 of the 16 events with Brindamour posting both of the Bears' wins in the 50 freestyle (20.52) and the 100 freestyle (48.21).
• Conn College won every event and cruised to a 231-31 victory over Roger Williams. Matthew Delaporte (1,000 freestyle, 200 breaststroke), Michael Fothergill (50 free, 200 backstroke) and Trebor Lawton (100 free, 100 butterfly) won two individual events apiece for the Camels.
• Darlene Sao of Coast Guard won a pair of events but the Bears lost to No. 8 MIT 195-83. The Engineers won 13 of the 16 events. Sao won both the 100 freestyle (54.40) and the 200 freestyle (1:57.45) while teammate Sara Cantrell won the 3-meter diving event with 230.01 points.
• Coast Guard split two matches on the final day of the Lycoming (Pa.) Duals, defeating Alfred State 33-12 and losing to Case Western Reserve 30-13. Junior Joel Wyman (285 pounds) finished 4-0 during the two-day event, two by pin. Thomas Porzello (141) and Steve Kidwell (157) won each went 2-0 on the final day for the Bears (1-4).
Men's indoor track
• Michael LeDuc of Conn College won the one-mile run as the Camels (62) points lost to RPI (269) and host Bowdoin (173). LeDuc won with a time of 4:19.6.
Conn's Niall Williams won the 1,000 meters in 2:37.8 and the Camels' 4x800 relay team of LeDuc, Ben Bosworth, Billy Barnes and Williams won in 8:06.6.
Women's indoor track
• Conn College's Kim Bolick won the 3,000-meter run as the Camels (107 points) lost to RPI (163) and host Bowdoin (246). Bolick's winning time was 10:40.8.