Husson men rout Lyndon State

Posted Jan. 14, 2011, at 10:02 p.m.
Last modified Jan. 15, 2011, at 12:26 a.m.

BANGOR — Daeshawn McMorrin led five players in double-figures with 18 points as Husson University defeated Lyndon State College 102-61 in men’s basketball action Friday night to halt a three-game losing skid.

It’s the first time the Eagles have eclipsed 100 points this season.

Josh Jones had 17 points, 14 rebounds, six steals and four assists for Husson. Luis Medina and Jay Uhrin each scored 13 points and Eric Modica chipped in 10 points.

Lyndon State (1-10)

Santos 3-3-10, Warrick 3-0-6, Fortunato 1-0-2, Gray 4-0-9, Mena 2-0-4, Calkins 0-2-2, Byrd 4-2-10, Carle 0-1-1, ALers 2-0-4, Burke 1-2-4, Campbell 1-0-3, Sackett 2-0-6, Thomas, Norcross, Corriveau

Husson (7-4)

Jones 6-5-17, Spaulding 4-1-9, Modica 4-1-10, McMorrin 7-4-18, Cook 2-0-4, Hughes 1-0-2, Murphy 1-0-2, Medina 3-5-13, Libby 2-0-6, Uhrin 4-4-13, Fleming 1-0-2, Bryon 1-1-3, Klages 1-0-3

3-pt. goals: Sackett 2, Santos, Gray, Campbell; Medina 2, Libby 2, Modica, Uhrin, Klages

Halftime: Husson 56-36

Williams 68, Bates 50

At Lewiston, James Wang scored 23 points to lead No. 6 ranked Williams to a 68-50 men’s basketball win over Bates College Friday night.

Williams (14-1)

Wang 8-4-25, Whittington 5-4-14, Klemm 3-2-10, Dodson 2-0-5, Epley 2-0-4, Emerson 2-0-4, Mickens 1-0-3, Rooke-Lay 1-0-3, Robertson 1-0-2, Mayer, McClelland, Weinheimer

Bates (8-7)

Ellis 5-10-23, Brust 3-0-7, Christian 2-2-6, Furbush 2-0-6, Weston 2-0-4, Gallant 1-0-2, Squires 1-0-2, Cunningham, Schmiemann, Gaither, Conway, Matarazzo, Friedman, Deegan, Murphy, Philbrook

3-pt. goals: Wang 3, Klemm 2, Rooke-Lay, Dodson, Mickens; Ellis 3, Furbush 2, Christian 2, Brust

Halftime: Williams 34-23

MMA  53, Johnson State 51

At Castine, Shawn Dostie scored 13 points as Maine Maritime Academy held off Johnson State College.

Paul Campbell had 12 points and Sam Bell scored 11 points for the Mariners. Dom Drake added eight points, eight rebounds and six assists.

Johnson State (5-6) 51

Turan 2-2-6, Key 5-1-11, Passino 4-2-10, Camisa 6-1-18, Moran 1-1-4, Phelps 1-0-2, Hickey, Bousono, Abass

Maine Maritime (4-6)

Drake 3-2-8, Campbell 4-3-12, Russell 0-2-2, Ball 1-3-5, Pineo 1-0-2, Bell 5-0-11, Dostie 6-1-13, Eaton

3-pt. goals: Camisa 5, Moran; Campbell, Bell

Halftime: MMA 22-12

Castleton 60, UMF 57

At Castleton, Vt., Mike Knight scored 13 points and Greg Hughes added 10 points as Castleton State College narrowly beat the University of Maine at Farmington.

Eric Taylor scored 24 points and was 11-for-13 from the field to lead the Beavers. Pet Sumner scored 11 points.

UM-Farmington (4-8)

Gerrish 2-3-7, Dean 2-0-5, Sumner 4-0-11, Gingras 1-1-3, Taylor 11-2-24, Johnson 3-1-7, Iman, Gingras, Burdin

Castleton (5-6)

Eisenberg 2-0-6, Cooney 0-4-4, Paul 3-0-9, Hughes 4-0-10, Mustpaha 1-0-2, Schneider 2-0-4, Comstock 3-2-8, Knight 4-5-13, Bennett 2-0-4, Ackley, Currier

3-pt. goals: Sumner 3, Dean; Paul 3, Eisenberg 2, Hughes 2

Halftime: Castleton 34-25

Thomas 110, Green Mtn. 68

At Poultney, Vt., Jarrad DeVaughn had 22 points, eight rebounds and four steals as Thomas College cruised past winless Green Mountain College.

Thomas (6-5)

Jimenez 1-0-3, Salvador 4-0-12, Grenne 3-2-9, Newton 3-2-9, Juco 4-1-9, Duncanson 4-1-9, Luther 2-2-6, Dorsey 2-2-6, Brathwaite 4-0-11, Nutter 2-0-4, Manzo 1-1-3, DeVaughn 8-4-22, Hoyt 1-0-2, Corker 2-1-5

Green Mountain (0-5)

Williams 5-6-16, Tarricone 2-3-7, Kimatarale 1-0-2, Woodall 2-0-4, Hale 3-0-7, Fuel 2-1-6, Rojas 1-0-2, Lacure 5-0-14, Dunn 4-0-10, Ashton, Fifield, Nakoma

3-pt. goals: Salvador 4, Brathwaite 3, DeVaughn 2, Jimenez, Grenne, Newton; Lacure 4, Dunn 2, Hale, Fuel

Women’s Basketball

MMA 86, Johnson State 32

At Castine, the Maine Maritime Academy Mariners harassed Johnson State into 31 turnovers overall and had the game blown open by halftime as Samantha Goda of Eliot scored 19 on 8-for-9 shooting from the field.

Maggie Smith of Bath had 14 points for the Mariners while Jess Stahl and Casey McCloskey of Howland scored 11 and 10 points, respectively. Leah Jackson of Dedham had eight rebounds, six assists and five steals.

Johnson State (4-7)

Mackey, Lavoie 1-0-3, Deuell 2-0-4, Hughes 4-2-10, Ferrari 2-0-4, Swainbank, Grover, Tatro 1-1-3, McCullock 4-0-8

MMA (7-5)

Bennett 3-0-6, Rodriguez 1-0-2, Smith 6-0-14, Pushard 1-2-5, Severance, Goda 8-3-19, Knights, Flannery 0-1-1, Jones 1-0-2, Dufour 0-3-3, Stahl 4-2-10, McCloskey 5-1-11, Hunt 2-0-5, Jackson 1-0-2, Everest 3-0-6

3-pt. goals: Lavoie; Smith 2, Pushard, Hunt

Halftime: MMA 42-16

Husson 98, Lyndon State 62

At Bangor, Noelle Lincoln scored 32 points to lead Husson University past Lyndon State.

Bethany Sevey had 14 points and Marissa Albert and Stephanie Comstock 10 apiece for the winners.

Lyndon State (4-5)

McConkey 3-3-9, Buck, Barclay, Lawson 6-3-15, Sanchez 3-0-13, Adams 1-0-2, Lafont 1-4-7, White 3-2-10, Diltz, Martin 1-0-2

Husson (2-9)

Hanscom 4-1-9, Sevey 4-4-14, Albert 3-2-10, Gifford 2-3-7, Lincoln 14-0-32, Carroll 1-0-2, Comstock 4-2-10, Butterfield 3-0-7, Messengale 1-1-3, K. Murray 1-0-2, M. Murray

3-pt. goals: Sanchez 3, WHite 2, Lafont, Barclay; Sevey 2, Albert 2, Lincoln 4, Butterfield; Player

Halftime: Husson 45-26

Thomas 96, Green Mtn. 66

At Poutlney, Vt., Kelli Martel scored 30 points while Ashley Matchett had 17 to lead Thomas of Waterville by Green Mountain.

Mallorie Blakeney and Karin Bird added 16 points apiece for the Terriers.

Thomas 96

Kidd 1-0-2, Evans 3-0-7, Martel 11-0-30, Bird 7-2-16, Blakeney 8-0-16, Matchett 6-0-17, Allen, Sheeran 1-0-2, Hutchins 2-2-6, Thibodeau

Green Mountain 66

Mullins, Belssis 2-0-4, Paul 2-0-5, Caster 7-2-18, Hopper 3-3-9, Malkin, Cojohari, Pease 11-6-28, Furneaux 1-0-2

3-pt. goals: Martel 8, Matchett 5, Evans; Caster 2, Paul; Player

UMF 69, Castleton 67 (OT)

At Castleton, Vt., Ashley Busque hit three free throws to force overtime at the end of regulation en route to 26 points as the UMF Beavers tipped Castleton State.

Jillian Ross had 14 points and 16 rebounds for the Beavers.

Christine Jacques paced Castleton wtih 17 points and seven assists.

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