Meghara McManus scored two goals and Rochester’s Taylor Wenczkowski added a pair of assists to help the University of New Hampshire women’s hockey team past RPI 4-1 on Sunday at the Whittemore Center in Durham.

Maddie Truax and Lauren Martin also scored for the Wildcats, who improved to 3-9-3 overall. The teams tied 1-1 on Friday.

UNH goalie Kyra Smith made 20 saves to improve to 2-4-1.

Men’s hockey

SNHU 2, Fredonia State 2, OT: In Hooksett, the teams played to a tie, but Fredonia State won the shootout and claimed the title in the Manchester PAL Stovepipe tournament. Charlie Davis and Joe Fiorino scored for the Penmen (5-3-2).

Trinity 7, Saint Anselm 0: In Hartford, Conn., the Hawks were blanked by the Bantams, ranked 10th in the latest USCHO Division III national poll. St. Anselm dropped to 6-5 overall.

Men’s basketball

SNHU 99, Post 91, 2 OTs: In Manchester, Daquaise Andrews poured in 37 points as the Penmen prevailed in double overtime. SNHU is 4-2 overall.

Women’s basketball

UNH 79, Bryant 74: In Durham, forward Ashley Storey scored 20 points to lead five players in double figures and UNH knocked off Bryant for its first win of the season.

The Wildcats went on a 14-0 run early in the fourth quarter to come from behind and grab control of the game.

UNH (1-5) also received 16 points from Kari Brekke, 14 from Maggie Ahearn, 13 from Hudson’s Amanda Torres and 10 from Caroline Soucy.

SNHU 85, Chestnut Hill 51: In Manchester, Kylie Lorenzen’s 13 points led a balanced attack for the Penmen (6-0).

Saint Anselm 96, Mercy 41: In Goffstown, senior Shannon Ryan scored a career-high 31 points to lead the Hawks. Jen Peel added 11 points and six rebounds for Saint Anselm (5-1 overall).

UC Santa Barbara 62, Dartmouth 56: In Las Vegas, Dartmouth erased a 21-point deficit before falling. Isalys Quinones led the Big Green with 20 points and six rebounds, while Cy Lippold finished with six points, eight assists and four steals. Dartmouth dropped to 2-2.

Keene State 45, Regis 41: In Keene, the Owls received 15 points from Kenzie Bennett to improve to 2-4 overall.

Field hockey

Pace 6, Saint Anselm 1: In a first-round NCAA Division II contest, Ericka Meissner scored in the second half, but the Hawks fell short in their third straight NCAA appearance.

Saint Anselm finished 15-7 overall.