Tyler Carey of Raynham scored after stealing two bases, coming home on a throwing error in the top of the 10th inning against Felician.

The Stonehill College baseball team scored an extra-inning win over Felician College Sunday afternoon.

The Skyhawks scored an unearned run in the top of the 10th inning for the 3-2 victory over the Golden Falcons at Miami Gardens, Fla.

 Tyler Carey of Raynham singled to open the 10th and stole second. After Ben Monte was hit by a pitch, they both stole a base with Carey scoring on a throwing error by the catcher.

 Carey had two hits and stole three bases while Harrison Sabo and William Kelleher added two hits each for Stonehill (2-5).

 Jeremy Roberts stuck out eight and allowed six hits in eight innings while Michael White pitched the ninth for the win with Aubrey Solomon getting the save.

 Bridgewater State splits: The Bears (1-3) split two games at Vero Beach, Fla., defeating Hilbert College of Hamburg, N.Y., 10-7, before losing to the Hawks, 10-5.

 The Bears opened the season Saturday, losing a doubleheader to The Apprentice School, 8-4 and 9-7.

 Ryan Kelleher and Davide Tamarez had three hits each for BSU in the nightcap.


 Bridgewater State splits: The Bears began the season at the Gene Cusic Collegiate Classic in Fort Myers, Fla., by splitting two games, defeating Mount Mary University, 4-2, and losing to New Jersey City University, 7-6. In the opener, Shannon Grindle hit her first collegiate home run and Kathleen Bailey went the distance for the win, allowing four hits. Grindle (2 for 4) and Jackie Welch (2 for 3 with a triple) led BSU in the loss.

 Stonehill swept: The Skyhawks lost a doubleheader to Northern State, 9-2 and 2-1, in Leesburg, Fla. In the opener, Michelle Carbone had two hits and Erin Brayden had a double for the Skyhawks (1-6). In the second game, Brayden hit her first career home run in the bottom of the seventh for the Skyhawks’ lone run.


 Adelphi 67, Bentley 59: Cold-shooting Bentley University was denied in its bid for a 20th Northeast-10 Conference championship Sunday afternoon as Adelphi University took the lead midway through the second quarter en route to the win in the NE-10 title game in Garden City, N.Y.

 Bentley, which had won 14 in a row this season and its last 17 conference tournament games, dropped to 26-5 overall. Bentley was led by senior All-American forward Jen Gemma of Milton, the only Falcon with a first-quarter field goal. The Falcons’ all-time leading scorer finished with 21 points, 10 rebounds, two steals and two assists.


 Bridgewater State 15, Mount Holyoke 8: Sophomore midfielder Elizabeth Ettridge of Marshfield scored a career-high five goals and Melissa Renauld had four goals and four assists to lead the Bears (1-1). Gabby Reinold had three goals and Haley Riley, Alex Lynch and Hayley White had a goal each. Allie Forman earned the win with 11 saves.

 Rollins 16, Stonehill 11: The Skyhawks began the season with a loss to the ninth-ranked team nationally in Division 2 at Winter Park, Fla. Elizabeth Vetter had four goals for Stonehill while MacKenize Pleshaw and Jennifer Wheaton scored two each.


 UMass Dartmouth 9, Norwich 8: Senior Anthony Gallo of Bridgewater scored the final two goals as the Corsairs rallied for the win. He broke an 8-8 tie with 6:27 left. Senior goalkeeper Matt LaFond of Bridgewater tied a career-high with 19 saves while Mike Rizzo of Bridgewater scored a goal.


 BSU’s Bennett sets mark: Bridgewater State senior Sydney Bennett broke her own school record in the shot put at the Tufts Final Qualifying Meet. It marked the fifth this time this season Bennett, who won the event with a toss of 44-6, broke the record.