Feb. 27 Scores and highlights

Bangor Daily News
Posted Feb. 28, 2009, at 12:14 a.m.

COLLEGE

MEN’S BASKETBALL

NAC Semifinals

Husson 67, UM-Farmington 65

Thomas 90, Green Mountain 84

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WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

NAC Semifinals

Castleton State 61, UM-Farmington 59 (OT)

Husson 79, Green Mountain 60

Little East Semifinals

Southern Maine 56, Western Connecticut 51

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MEN’S ICE HOCKEY

Vermont 3, Maine 2

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SOFTBALL

Syracuse 3, Maine 1

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COLLEGE

SOFTBALL

Syracuse 3, Maine 1

At Orlando, Jamie Kelling knocked in two runs with a single while Kelly Saco hit an RBI single as Syracuse defeated Maine. Jorden Rosen singled and doubled for Syracuse. Terren Hall had two singles with an RBI for Maine.

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MEN’S BASKETBALL

Thomas 90, Green Mountain 84

At Waterville, Mike Burchill tallied 23 points as Thomas College won a NAC semifinal. Andrew Duncanson registered 16 points while Shawn Rogers had 11 points and 15 rebounds. Darrell Alexander contributed 13 points and T.J. Pettus, Jr. 14 for the Terriers. Rui Carmo sparked Green Mountain with 21 points and 11 boards. Fabian Ferreira had 20 points.

Husson 67, UM-Farmington 65

At Thomas College in Waterville, Nick Perras rebounded a Jay Uhrin miss and scored with one second remaining, lifting the Eagles into the North Atlantic Conference championship game. Second-seeded Husson takes on top-seeded host Thomas in today’s 2 p.m. championship contest. Matt MacKenzie sparked Husson with 19 points and eight rebounds, while Perras finished with 15 points. Blaine Meehan, Brock Bradford and Scott Kissinger chipped in with nine points apiece. Eric Taylor’s game-high 22 points and 10 rebounds paced the Beavers. Eric Lelansky netted 15 points and Josh Tanguay contributed 12 points and 11 rebounds. UMF outrebounded Husson 40-31.

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WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

USM 56, W. Connecticut 51

At Willimantic, Conn., Kristi Violette connected for 22 points as Southern Maine of Gorham rallied to earn a spot in the Little East title game. The Huskies play Eastern Connecticut for the conference title today at 4. Nicole Paradis added eight points and Ruthie Briggs seven for the Huskies. Heather Lee paced Western Connecticut with 12 points and Katie Moffo had 10.

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