Gordon 61, Husson 59
Maine 59, Delaware State 56
MEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Gordon 61, Husson 59
At Wareham, Mass., Aaron Trigg’s 3-pointer with 50 seconds left gave Gordon College the lead for good as it defeated Husson University of Bangor in the teams’ mutual season opener.
Trigg finished with 17 points while Greg Walker added 12 for the winners.
Matt MacKenzie led Husson with 17 points while Brock Bradford scored 12.
Husson (0-1) 59
Jones 3-0-7, Hodges 3-2-8, Bradford 3-4-12, MacKenzie 6-5-17, Uhrin 3-2-8, Libby 1-0-2, Cummings 1-0-2, Leighton 1-0-2, Zaharchuk
Gordon (1-0) 61
Gaskill 1-1-3, Bajema 1-3-6, Trigg 5-4-17, Walker 6-0-12, Dempsey 3-2-8, Himmelstein, Bentson 1-4-7, Nelson, Derr 2-2-6, MacDonnell, Himottu 1-0-2
3-pt. goals: Bradford 2, Jones, Leighton; Trigg 3, Bajema, Bentson
Halftime: Gordon 30-29
NESCAC All-Conference Teams
Offense, first team, Bates: Sean Wirth (TE); Bowdoin: Patrick Noone (WR); Colby: Noah Hatfield-Biondo (FB); second team, Bates: Tom Beaton (WR); Bowdoin: Oliver Kell (QB); Colby: Brian Leighton (OL); Middlebury: Erik Rostad (OL, from York)
Defense, first team, Bates: Kyle McAllister (DB); Bowdoin: Laurence Duggan (DL); second team, Bowdoin: Tyler Tennant (LB); Colby: Chris Copeland (DB)
Offensive player of the year: Donald McKillop (Middlebury); defensive player of the year: Michael Taylor (Amherst); rookie of the year: Chris Cameron (Williams); coach of the year: E.J. Mills (Amherst)
Down East Athletic Conference All-Star Teams
Calais: Forrest Carle, Scott Carpenter, Ryan Cavanaugh, Tyler Provencher, Andrei Ford, Michael Osseyran, Michael Larson; Machias: Nick Beal, Jay Beal, Nick Libby; Narraguagus: Merrill Johnson, Cody Blackburn; Shead: Keith Follis; coach of the year: Steve McGinnis (Narraguagus)
Calais: Brandy Carle; Machias: Mariana Murphy; Narraguagus: Jordan Endre; Shead: Randi DeWitt, Jordyn Turner; coach of the year: Steve McGinnis (Narraguagus)
PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Gridiron Club of Greater Boston
Chris Treister (University of Maine sophomore from Cape Elizabeth), football, Treister was awarded the Gold Helmet Award at the New England Football Writers’ Luncheon Wednesday after setting school records for completions (40) and completion percentage (87 percent) in Maine’s 41-17 win over Rhode Island Saturday. He threw for five touchdowns and rushed for another in his first collegiate start.