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College Sports Roundup: Former Central standout Bakolas helps Bentley to title
Bakolas, a sophomore, scored on a layup after the Ravens had cut Bentley's lead to five. She then came down with a rebound and fed teammate Kelsey Roberson for a 3-pointer that helped salt away the game.
Plymouth State 17, St. Joseph College 6: Brett Miller of Salem had two goals and two assists for the Panthers in their win in Portland, Maine.
Dowling College 12, SNHU 6: At Brookhaven, N.Y., Cameron Joyce scored three goals for Southern New Hampshire University (0-3) in a non-conference tilt at Dowling (2-1).
St. Leo 5, St. Anselm 3: At St. Leo, Fla., Dan Lagasse had two hits and two RBIs as St. Anselm dropped a back-and-forth contest on Thursday night. James Farrington pitched into the seventh inning, giving up five runs on 11 hits. St. Leo is 13-6 overall, while the Hawks dropped to 2-8-1.
Wayne State 6, SNHU 3: The top doubles team of Mitch Dobek and Mike Wallace prevailed for the Penmen.
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