Nashua, N.H. -- Maine-Presque Isle recorded 11 hits, but could not contain the bats of the home standing Rivier University Raiders, dropping their game, 11-6 Friday evening.
The win improves the Raiders' overall record to 11-17 while UMPI slides to 4-11.
Rivier took the lead in the first inning and never looked back as they collected 17 hits in the contest. Seni
Matt Curry suffered the loss as he went 6.2 innings allowing 8 runs (four earned) on 12 hits and striking out six.
The Owls will return to action with a double-header at Fisher College Saturday, as part of a four game set this weekend in Boston.