Bowdoin men tip Trinity in OT

Posted Jan. 28, 2011, at 11:21 p.m.

HARTFORD, Conn., Ryan O’Connell hit seven 3-pointers and scored a career-high 27 points to lead the Bowdoin men’s basketball team to a 77-74 overtime victory over Trinity Friday night.

Will Hanley added 21 points and six rebounds for Bowdoin, while Luke MacDougall had 23 points and 10 rebounds for Trinity.

Bowdoin (12-4) 77

DeFeo 1-1-4, Nowell 3-2-8, Hanley 7-7-21, O’Connell 8-4-27, Staiger 3-0-6, Mathias, Littles 2-1-6, Carter 2-1-5

Trinity (10-9) 74

Sutton 1-1-3, Distasio 4-0-9, MacDougall 7-6-23, Applegate 2-0-4, Ford 2-0-5, Pimm 1-0-2, Fels 4-0-11, Skaggs 0-2-2, Dean 5-2-15, Smith

3-pt. goals: O’Connell 7, DeFeo, Littles, Carter; MacDougall 3, Fels 3, Dean 3, Distasio, Ford

Halftime: Bowdoin 38-35

End regulation: 66-66

Bates 70, Wesleyan 59

At Lewiston, senior Brian Ellis scored 19 points in leading Bates College to a home victory over Wesleyan University of Connecticut.

Alex Gallant of Bangor, Nick Schmiemann and John Squires each added 12 points for the Bobcats. Squires also chipped in nine rebounds.

Shasha Brown scored a game-high 23 points to lead Wesleyan.

Wesleyan (9-10)

Brown 9-4-23, Mendell 4-0-8, Hogan 4-0-8, Beresford 3-0-6, Poisson 2-0-6, Callaghan 1-1-4, Fogel 1-0-2, Lynch 1-0-2, LaBove, Callori, Creeden, St. Jean

Bates (11-9)

Ellis 6-6-19, Schmiemann 3-4-12, Squires 4-4-12, Gallant 4-4-12, Brust 2-1-5, Matarazzo 0-4-4, Deegan 0-3-3, Philbrook 1-0-3, Christian, Weston

3-pt. goals: Poisson 2, Callaghan, Brown; Schmiemann 2, Philbrook, Ellis

Halftime: Bates 24-22

Amherst 82, Colby 49

At Amherst, Mass., sixth-ranked Amherst College outscored Colby College of Waterville 43-18 in the second half to earn its 17th win.

Aaron Toomey scored 18 points for undefeated Amherst.

Christian Van Loenen led Colby with 18 points. Kyle Donovan added 12 points while Mike Russell chipped in 11 points.

Colby (9-9)

Van Loenen 5-6-18, Donovan 5-0-12, Russell 5-1-11, Foreman 1-2-5, Beaulieu 1-0-2, Orchingwa 0-1-1, Coulon, Rimsa, Havlicek, Swanson, Fischer, Gildersleeve, Kalin, David, Atlas

Amherst (17-0)

Toomey 5-5-18, Holmes 3-4-10, Workman 3-3-9, Barrise 3-0-8, Waller 2-1-7, Prowitt 3-1-7, Williamson 3-1-7, Kaasila 3-0-6, Meehan 2-1-5, Kalema 0-2-2, Killian 1-0-2, Lewis 0-1-1, Bennett

3-pt. goals: Van Loenen 2, Donovan 2, Foreman; Toomey 3, Waller 2, Barrise 2

Halftime: Amherst 39-31

Women’s basketball

Amherst 82, Colby 60

At Waterville, Amherst College, second-ranked in the latest NCAA Division III poll, used 16 points from both Caroline Stedman and Jaclyn Daigneault to cruse past the Mules.

Jil Vaughan led Colby with 18 points and 10 rebounds, while Karlyn Adler scored 10 points, Jayde Bennett had nine and Racheal Mack of Augusta added eight.

Amherst (18-1) 82

Stedman 5-5-16, Daigneault 8-0-16, Finucane 3-4-11, Voigt 4-0-9, Leyman 3-2-8, Fiorentino 1-4-7, McCormick 2-0-4, Renner 2-0-4, Hardy 1-0-3, Dunleavy 1-0-2, Crowley 0-2-2, DiMario, Rizzo, Long

Colby (13-4) 60

Vaughan 5-8-18, Adley 1-7-10, Bennett 4-1-9, Mack 1-6-8, Ritchie 2-3-7, Kowalski 1-2-4, Donahue 1-0-2, McLaughlin 1-0-2, Nale, Pitvin, Manduca

3-pt. goals: Voigt, Fiorentino, Hardy, Finucane, Stedman; Adler

Halftime: Amherst 44-26

Bates 69, Wesleyan 49

At Lewiston, three players scored 11 points or more as the Bates College Bobcats overcame a slight halftime deficit to knock off Wesleyan.

Taryn O’Connell scored 13, Christine McCall 11, and Meredith Kelly 11 for the Bobcats.

Eileen Gaffney led Wesleyan with 16 points and Kendra Harris scored 12.

Wesleyan (6-11)

Gaffney 7-2-16, Harris 6-0-12, LaCroce 3-1-7, Gold 2-0-5, Klaes 1-3-5, Wessells 1-0-2, Tennant 1-0-2, Southam, Ferdinand, Lippe, Schapiro, Doelger, Stewart, Rooney

Bates (15-5)

O’Connell 4-2-13, McCall 5-1-11, Kelly 4-3-11, Dobish 2-4-9, Hawkins 3-1-7, Russell 1-2-5, Igoe 2-0-4, Beaulieu 2-0-4, Cramer 1-0-2, Burns 1-0-2, Garvey 0-1-1, Garland

3-pt. goals: Gold; O’Connell 3, Dobish, Russell

Halftime: Wesleyan 28-27

Bowdoin 62, Trinity 51

At Hartford, Conn., Kaitlin Donahoe scored a game-high 17 points as her Bowdoin College Polar Bears of Brunswick pulled away from Trinity in the second half.

Jill Henrikson and Katie Bergeron each scored 10 points for the Polar Bears.

Kaitlin Ciarleglio led Trinity with 13 while Kristen Fahey and Rebecca Cohn scored 11 and 10, respectively.

Bowdoin (15-3)

Donahoe 4-8-17, Henrikson 3-3-10, Bergeron 3-4-10, Barry 2-1-6, Sweeney 2-0-5, Hackett 1-3-5, Piscina 0-1-1, Coombes 0-2-2, Gould 2-2-6

Trinity (12-6)

Ciarleglio 5-0-13, Napier 1-0-2, Fahey 4-1-11, Cohn 5-0-10, McGlynn 1-2-4, Royals 0-4-4, Lyhne, Hanniford 3-1-7, Dixon

3-pt. goals: Donahoe, Henrikson, Barry, Sweeney; Ciarleglio 3, Fahey 2

Halftime: Bowdoin 29-26

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