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Apr. 12—NEW LONDON — Connecticut College junior Billy Fleurima had a big day during Sunday’s 316-146 loss to Tufts University in a men’s outdoor track and field meet.

Fleurima won the 100-meter dash in 11.75 seconds and the 200 in 23.19 for the Camels. He also ran the anchor leg of the winning 4×100 relay team (46.69) which included Ian McAleer, Samuel Gardiner and Christopher Koskinen.

Koskinen set a school record in the pole vault (14 feet, 1.25 inches) for Conn, which also picked up individual wins from Morgan Baughman in the 3,000 steeplechase (10:08.89), Chris Verstandig in the 1,500 (4:04.54), Matt Carter in the 5,000 (14:38.97) and Zachary Rivard in the javelin (99-7).

In the women’s meet, Tufts won 305-210, but Conn sophomore Malissa Lindsey was a double winner, capturing the 100 dash (12.7) and 200 (26.18). The Camels also picked up wins from Julia Curran in the 5,000 (18:07.57), Emma Clark in the discus (93-9), Emma Wheeler in the shot put (35-3.75) and Erica MacSweeney in the long jump (16-6.5).

Men’s soccer

— Augie Djerdjaj converted a penalty kick just two minutes into the match and freshman Matt Scoffone added an insurance goal in the 86th minute as Conn College beat Roger Williams 2-0 at Silfen Field. Goalie Sam Maidenberg made three saves to post his second straight shutout for the Camels (2-0).

Women’s soccer

— Five difference players scored goals as Conn College opened an abbreviated spring season with a 5-0 win over Eastern Connecticut. The Camels held a 19-8 edge in shots and goalies Sarah Hall and Nici Scola, both freshmen, combined for three saves.

College baseball

— Avery Point was swept in a doubleheader by Lackawanna College on Saturday in Groton, dropping the opener 15-8 and the second game 9-3. Javon Hernandez and Chris Oliwa each had a hit and scored a run for the Pointers (1-5) in the first game while Jaden Fowler had a hit and run in the second game while Jeremy Nunes had a hit, walk and run scored. Lackawanna is 17-4.

H.S. softball

— Loretta Svedarsky’s RBI triple snapped a 4-4 tie in the fifth inning and Lyman Memorial went on to defeat St. Bernard 10-5 in an Eastern Connecticut Conference Division II game on Saturday. Kassidy LaTour, who came on in relief to record the final 10 outs and earn a save, also had three hits while Rylee Benway and Hannah Christiansen had two hits apiece.