Nov. 24 Scores and Highlights

Posted Nov. 25, 2009, at 2:53 a.m.

RESULTS
COLLEGE
MEN’S HOCKEY

Colby 3, Southern Maine 2

WOMEN’S ICE HOCKEY
Colby 2, Southern Maine 2 (OT)
Boston University 1, Maine 1 (BU wins shootout 1-0)
Saint Anselm 3, Bowdoin 1

MEN’S BASKETBALL
Bates 82, Southern Maine 75
Bowdoin 80, U-New England 64
Colby 80, UM-Fort Kent 75
Quinnipiac 59, Maine 46
Thomas 85, Tufts 71

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL
Bowdoin 78, U-New England 51
Colby 77, UM-Farmington 39
EMCC 65, SMCC 64 (OT)
Saint Joseph’s 72, Gordon 42
Southern Maine 71, Bates 52
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COLLEGE
MEN’S BASKETBALL
Bates 82, Southern Maine 75

At Gorham, Brian Ellis scored 20 points and grabbed eight rebounds to spark Bates College by the University of Southern Maine.
Chris Wilson, Thomas Deegan and Jimmy O’Keefe netted 12 points apiece for the Bobcats.
Cortez Isaac paced Southern Maine with a game-high 27 points. Luke Pollock chipped in with 14 points.
Bates (2-1) 82
Wilson 3-3-12, Deegan 3-6-12, Gallant 2-2-6, Brust 1-0-2, Ellis 8-4-20, Creahan 2-0-4, Squires 3-1-7, Schmlemann 2-3-7, O’Keefe 5-2-12
Southern Maine (1-3) 75
Sewall 2-2-7, Pollock 6-0-14, Isaac 11-3-27, Smith 2-0-4, Foustoukos 2-1-6, Jellison 1-0-2, Morgan 2-0-5, Zolper 3-0-8, O’Connell 1-0-2
3-pt. goals: Wilson 3; Sewall, Pollock 2, Isaac 2, Foustoukos, Morgan, Zolper 2
Halftime: USM 42-37

Thomas 85, Tufts 71
At Medford, Mass., Andrew Duncanson chalked up 25 points, including 15 in the second half, as Thomas College of Waterville rallied for the win.
Isaiah Brathwiate had 12 points, as did Francisco Alicea for the Terriers while Alex Kee and Jarrad DeVaughn added 10 apiece.
Dave Beyel paced Tufts with 18 points.
Thomas (4-0) 85
Duncanson 8-6-25, Brathwiate 3-4-12, Alicea 5-2-12, Kee 3-2-10, DeVaughn 3-4-10, Dorsey 2-2-6, Juco 2-0-5, Abwoch 1-2-5, Pettus
Tufts (0-3) 71
Beyel 7-1-18, Anderson 6-0-12, Pierce 4-3-11, Goldfarb 3-2-10, Cook 2-2-8, Selby 1-2-4, Lowry 1-0-3, Mason 1-0-2, Galvin 1-0-2, Lanchantin 0-1-1, Long
3-pt. goals: Duncanson 3, Kee 2, Brathwiate 2, Abwoch, Juco; Beyel 3, Goldfarb 2, Cook 2, Lowry
Halftime: Tufts 36-35

Colby 80, UM-Fort Kent 75
At Waterville, Michael Russell scored 20 points and also hauled down 20 rebounds as Colby held off the University of Maine-Fort Kent.
Adam Choice contributed 22 points, six rebounds and four assists. He now has 503 career rebounds and 1,125 points. Gil Haylon had 13 points and four assists.
Manny Odugbela’s 21 points and six rebounds led UMFK. Jeremy Thomas had 20 points while Yair Gal and Goran Nagradic had 10 each.
UM-Fort Kent (3-3) 75
Odugbela 6-9-21, Thomas 6-7-20, Nagradic 2-4-10, Gal 4-0-10, Kalajdzic 4-0-8, Hyliger 2-0-4, Belizaire 0-2-2, Campbell, Cruzado, Elias
Colby (2-0) 80
Choice 9-3-22, Rusell 9-2-20, Haylon 4-2-13, Sherman 4-0-9, Woodward 3-0-6, Beaulieu 2-0-4, Van Loenen, Fischer 0-1-1, Donovan 1-0-2, Foreman 1-0-3
3-pt. goals: UMFK: Gal 2, Nagradic 2, Thomas; Colby: Haylon 3, Foreman, Sherman, Choice
Halftime: Colby 36-29

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL
EMCC 65, SMCC 64 (OT)

At Bangor, Kara Scoville made a free throw with seven seconds left in overtime to lift Eastern Maine Community College past Southern Maine Community College.
Kara Scoville finished with 10 points while Kristina Scoville netted 16 points. Nikki Kaulbeck scored 14 points while Caroline Weymouth added 11 points and 10 rebounds.
Julie DelCamp paced Southern Maine Community College with 22 points while Amanda Sweet added 11.
SMCC (2-2) 64
Cole, Gove 1-0-3, Webster 1-0-2, Rich 1-2-5, Sweet 5-1-11, Greene 1-0-2, Chandler 0-1-1, Poland 2-0-5, DelCamp 9-6-22, Creveling 0-1-1, Torrey, Preston 2-0-6
EMCC (4-1) 65
Kaulbeck 5-3-14, McLver 2-2-6, Lewey 1-0-2, Weymouth 3-4-11, Kr. Scoville 7-0-16, Speildenner 3-0-6, Ka. Scoville 3-4-10, Littlefield, Royal, DeLoge
3-pt. goals: Gove, Rich, Poland, Preston 2; Kaulbeck, Weymouth, Kr. Scoville 2
Halftime: SMCC 25-22

St. Joseph’s 72, Gordon 42
At Standish, Carolyn Freeman and Megan McDevitt scored 15 points apiece to power St. Joseph’s College by Gordon College.
Allie Parent scored 11 points for the Monks while Ashley Geel posted 10 points and 12 rebounds.
Rebecca Carroll led Gordon with 11 points.
Gordon (2-1) 42
DeKleine 1-0-3, Levinsky, Lavigne, Weld, Records 2-2-7, Pacheco 4-1-9, Conlon 1-5-7, Carroll 4-3-11, Armstrong 2-0-5, Cande
St. Joseph’s (1-2) 72
Bridges 1-1-3, Drake 3-0-6, Miner 2-0-4, Shufelt 3-0-8, Freeman 6-1-15, McDevitt 5-2-15, Parent 4-2-11, Geel 5-0-10
3-pt. goals: Visitor; Home
Halftime: SJC 40-20

Southern Maine 71, Bates 52
At Gorham, Curran Leighton netted 16 points and had eight rebounds to propel the University of Southern Maine by Bates College.
Brooke Stevens scored 15 points for the Huskies. Kaylie DeMillo tallied 13 points while Haley Johnson chipped in with 10.
Taryn O’Connell scored a game-high 21 points to pace Bates while Lauren Yanofsky added 12.
Bates (1-2) 52
Goodridge 3-1-8, Dobish, Yanofsky 5-2-12, Beaulieu, McCall 1-0-2, Braboy, Robinson, Flaherty, Finn 1-0-2, Burns 1-0-2, Garvey 0-1-1, O’Connell 6-8-21, Hawkins 1-0-2, Igoe 1-0-2
Southern Maine (3-1) 71
Paradis 3-0-7, Nicholas 2-2-6, Leighton 7-1-16, Johnson 4-2-10, DeMillo 4-2-13, Hurd, Stevens 5-2-15, Briggs, Shutts, Cochran 0-4-4, Reid
3-pt. goals: Goodridge, O’Connell; Paradis, Leighton, DeMillo 3, Stevens 3
Halftime: USM 37-31

Colby 77, UM-Farmington 39
At Waterville, Alison Cappelloni scored 21 points and grabbed eight rebounds, both game-highs, to pace Colby to the triumph.
Samantha Allen and Aarika Ritchie combined for 21 more points for the Mules.
Jillian Ross’s eight points and Ashley Busque’s seven paced UM-Farmington.
UM-Farmington (1-2) 39
Ross 3-2-8, Busque 3-0-7, York 3-0-6, Morrison 2-0-5, Neptune 2-0-5, Norton 1-1-3, Clement 1-0-2, Gordon 0-2-2, Laflin 0-1-1, Saunders, Paul, Graffam, Lemieux, Whitaker, Eastman, Higins, Gagne
Colby (3-0) 77
Cappelloni 6-6-21, Allen 4-1-11, Ritchie 4-1-10, Mack 3-2-8, Potvin 3-0-6, Kowalski 3-0-6, Manduca 1-2-4, McLaughlin 2-0-4, Vaughan 2-0-4, Adler 1-1-3
3-pt. goals: UMF: Neptune, Busque, Morrison; Colby: Cappelloni 3, Allen 2, Ritchie 1
Halftime: 38-20

WOMEN’S HOCKEY
Boston University 1, Maine 1 (OT)

At Lewiston’s Androscoggin Bank Colisee, Jenelle Kohanchuk was the only scorer in the shootout as Boston University earned the extra point by winning the shootout 1-0.
It was the second straight year Maine has lost its only game in Lewiston in a shootout. Vermont beat Maine last year.
Jill Cardella staked BU, the nation’s ninth-ranked team, to a 1-0 lead 5:47 into the second period by converting a Melissa Anderson rebound.
Dominique Goutsis equalized three minutes later with Brittany Dougherty and Ashley Norum notching assists.
Melissa Haber made 26 saves for BU, which is now 6-4-6 overall and 4-3-2-2 in Hockey East play,
Freshman Brittany Ott finished with 33 saves for Maine, which is now 3-9-3 and 1-5-2-1, respectively.
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COLLEGE
USA Today/ESPN Division III Women’s Basketball Coach’s Top 25
Rank, school (first-place votes), record, points
1. Hope College (6) 3-0 197
2. Amherst 2-0 182
3. Illinois Wesleyan 3-0 182
4. Univ. of Scranton (1)

3-0 176
5. George Fox (1) 3-0 171
6. Washington University 2-1 157
7. Bowdoin 2-0 146
8. Brandeis 4-0 137
9. Wisconsin-Whitewater 1-0 124
10. Howard Payne 2-0 120
11. University of Chicago 3-0 113
12. Kean University 2-1 105
13. DePauw 1-1 104
14. Wisconsin-Stevens 3-0 90
15. Trinity University 2-0 89
16. Marymount 4-0 82
17. College of St. Benedict 1-0 75
18. Muhlenberg 1-1 58
19. Simpson College 2-0 50
20. Southern Maine 2-1 36
21. DeSales University 3-0 29
22. Keene State 3-0 23
23. Mary Washington 3-0 23
24. Randolph Macon 2-0 21
25. Washington & Jefferson 3-0 21
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PLAYERS OF THE WEEK
COLLEGE
Little East Conference

Cortez Isaac (Southern Maine junior), Men’s Basketball Player of the Week, averaged 28.3 points, 5.3 rebounds, 4.3 assists and two steals in a 1-2 week for the Huskies.

ECAC
Zach Joy (Southern Maine junior), Men’s Ice Hockey Player of the Week, netted three goals in a 1-1 week for the Huskies.

Sunrise Conference
Amber Garrison (UM-Fort Kent junior), Women’s Basketball Player of the Week, averaged 11 points, seven rebounds, 3.5 steals and 1.5 assists in two games for the Bengals.
Emily Pelletier (UM-Presque Isle freshman), Women’s Basketball Rookie of the Week, averaged 10 points, two assists and 1.5 steals in two games for the Bengals.

Maine Women’s Basketball Coaches Association
Caitlin Hynes (Bowdoin College senior), Player of the Week, named MVP of the Eastern Connecticut Tip-Off Tournament and averaged 15 points in two wins for the Polar Bears.
Curran Leighton (Southern Maine freshman), Rookie of the Week, averaged 14 points, 6.3 rebounds, 1.7 assists and three steals in a 2-1 week for the Huskies.

National Field Hockey Coaches Association
Ingrid Oelschlager (Bowdoin College junior), Second Team All-American, started all 16 games in the midfield for the Polar Bears this season, posting four goals and six assists.
Taryn Flagg (U-New England senior), Third Team All-American, finished the season with 23 goals and 10 assists, both being single-season school records for the Nor’easters.

GNAC
Christine Cote (Saint Joseph’s freshman), Women’s Swimming Rookie of the Week, posted wins in the 100-Free and 200-Free events against Regis for the Monks.
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SWIMMING
COLLEGE
At Biddeford

Colby women 150, U-New England 104

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