Published April 22. 2013 4:00AM
New London - Mitchell College swept a New England Collegiate Conference softball doubleheader from Southern Vermont Sunday, winning the opener 8-6 and the second game 10-0.
Kaisea Caramante (2-9) pitched a three-hitter over five innings for the win in the second game. Tiffany Person scored four runs and had three hits, Shannon O'Neil had four hits, Lindsey Romagnino (three RBI) and Tricia Tomaselli had three hits each and Ariel Hallisey scored three runs for Mitchell (9-21, 5-8).
• UConn completed a three-game sweep of St. John's in the Big East Conference, winning 7-2. Kim Silva scored twice and former Fitch standout Brittany Duclos doubled for UConn (22-20, 6-8). Kiki Saveriano (14-10) was the winner, pitching a 10-hitter with seven strikeouts and no walks.
• Nick Ahearn pitched an eight-hitter as Babson beat Coast Guard 2-0 in the New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference. Mike Massaro and Eric Gerken had two hits each for Coast Guard (21-14, 9-9). Derek Petty (5-3) took the loss, allowing six hits over eight innings.
• Lesley scored a run in the bottom of the 10th inning and beat Mitchell College 3-2 in the NECC. Marc Dorsi, Neftali Arroyo and New London's Nova Crespo had two hits each for Mitchell (17-11, 12-3).
• South Florida scored twice in the first inning and held on to beat UConn 4-3 in the Big East. Max McDowell and Bryan Daniello drove in runs for UConn (23-16, 8-7).
• The Connecticut College coed team finished fourth in the 17-team Thompson Trophy regatta on the Thames River. Conn had 133 points and Roger Williams won with 106.
Senior All-American skipper Atlantic Brugman, Kim Bolick and Lea Bushnell won the B division with 53 points. In the A division, skipper Peter Miller, Pearson Potts, Steph Kapinos, Grace Medley and Ben Myers were fifth with 80 points.
• Connecticut College lost to Wesleyan 8-1 in a New England Small College Athletic Conference match. John Cangelosi won his match for Conn (2-10, 0-6), which also lost 8-1 to Bates Saturday.
• Connecticut College dropped a 7-2 decision to Wesleyan in a NESCAC match. Sara Krivoshik and Aneeka Kalia won their matches for Conn (3-9, 0-4), which lost to Bates 9-0 on Saturday.