UMPI women post weekend victories

Posted Jan. 30, 2011, at 9:55 p.m.

PRESQUE ISLE — The University of Maine at Presque Isle women’s basketball team outscored its opponents in the first half by a combined 87-28 to cruise to a pair of wins over the weekend.

UMPI topped College of St. Joseph of Vermont 80-33 Saturday and beat Vermont Technical College 79-44 Sunday.

In Sunday’s game, Rashell Saucier and Emily Pelletier both had 20 points for the Owls. Megan Korhonen had 10 points, seven steals and five assists. Saucier also had 16 rebounds.

Eliza Wakefield led Vermont Tech with 26 points and 21 rebounds.

In Saturday’s game, Renee Moore tallied 15 points and 11 rebounds to power UMPI. Pelletier and Olivia McNally both had 11 points. Kayla Fleming tallied 10 points and 10 rebounds and Julie Peers also scored 10 points.

Brittany Garrow scored 11 points to pace College of St. Joseph.

Sunday’s Game

Vermont Tech (2-10)

Ward 2-1-5, Wakefield 10-6-26, Carpenter 2-2-6, Scholten 1-0-2, Fusco, Wellek 2-0-5, Hartman

UM-Presque Isle (9-9)

Saucier 6-8-20, Pelletier 7-0-20, Peers 3-0-6, Korhonen 5-0-10, McNally 3-1-8, Hudson 1-3-5, Albag 2-0-4, Moore 2-0-4, Fleming 1-0-2, Kaplan

3-pt. goals: Vellek; Pelletier 6, McNally

Halftime: UMPI 42-18

Saturday’s Game

College of St. Joseph

Sprofera 2-2-6, Garrow 4-1-11, Howard 2-3-7, Paquette 1-0-2, AMato 0-2-2, Griswold 2-0-5, Lincoln

UM-Presque Isle

Saucier 4-0-8, Pelletier 4-0-11, Peers 4-2-10, Albag 4-0-9, Korhonen 2-0-4, Hudson, Moore 7-1-15, McNally 4-1-11, Fleming 4-2-10, Kaplan 1-0-2

3-pt. goals: Garrow 2, Griswold; Pelletier 3, McNally 2, Albag

Halftime: UMPI 45-10

St. Joe’s 85, Albertus Magnus 57

At Standish, head coach Mike McDevitt earned his 350th career win with Saint Joseph’s College as the Monks topped Albertus Magnus Saturday.

McDevitt holds a 350-135 record with the monks for a 72.2 winning percentage.

Megan McDevitt led St. Joseph’s with 18 points and five assists. Allie Parent had 14 points, Amelia Lamb scored 13 points and Danyelle Shufelt and Lindsay Moore both had 12 points.

Bianca Brown led Albertus Magnus with 17 points and 13 rebounds.

Albertus Magnus (7-10)

Karle 2-0-6, Carrero 2-5-9, Bush 0-1-1, White 1-0-2, Brown 7-3-17, Raucci 5-0-10, Acerra 1-1-3, Rosemond 1-0-2, Boudreau 3-1-7

St. Joseph’s (12-6)

Dufour, Drake 1-1-3, Parent 7-0-14, McDevitt 6-4-18, Geel 3-3-9, Makkinje, Young 6-0-13, Lamb 1-0-2, Shufelt 4-2-12, Moore 5-2-12, Hendrix 1-0-2

3-pt. goals: Karle 2; McDevitt 2, Shufelt 2, Young

Halftime: St. Joseph’s 42-31

Husson 72, UMF 62

At Farmington, Amanda Gifford and Noelle Lincoln each scored 18 points in leading Husson University of Bangor to victory over the University of Maine at Farmington Saturday.

Bethany Sevey added 10 points for the Eagles while Kelli Murray added eight points, 11 rebounds and six assists.

Jillian Ross had 17 points and went 10-for-10 from the free throw line for the Beavers. Ashley Busque scored 11 points and Kenny Norton netted 10.

Husson (7-10)

Gifford 7-2-18, Lincoln 7-1-18, Sevey 4-0-10, Murray 3-2-8, ALbert 2-2-7, Butterfield 2-1-6, McGee 0-3-3, Comstock 1-0-2, Massengale, Carroll, Duke

UM-Farmington (7-9)

Ross 3-10-17, Busque 4-1-11, Norton 3-3-10, Oliver 4-0-8, Saunders 2-3-7, Morrison 1-3-6, Gordon 1-0-3, Clement, Gagne

3-pt. goals: Lincoln 3, Gifford 2, Sevey 2, Butterfield, Albert; Busque 2, Morrison, Norton, Ross, Gordon

Halftime: Husson 43-28

Bates 86, Connecticut Col. 59

At Lewiston, Allie Beaulieu went 5-for-7 from 3-point range and totaled 23 points in leading Bates College past Connecticut College to collect its 16th win Saturday.

Jessie Igoe scored 16 points for Bates while Meredith Kelly added 15 points.

Tori Verrengia led the Camels with 21 points.

Connecticut College (7-13)

Verrengia 6-4-21, Horne 7-0-16, Cimino 2-0-5, Dunleavy 2-1-5, Cragan 2-0-4, Fierberg 2-0-4, Hutchinson 1-0-3, Quick 0-1-1, Albalancy

Bates (16-5)

Beaulieu 9-0-23, Igoe 7-1-16, Kelly 6-3-15, Dobish 4-0-9, McCall 4-0-9, Hawkins 2-1-5, Garland 1-0-3, Garvey 1-0-2, Russell 1-0-2, O’Connell 1-0-2, Cramer, Burns

3-pt. goals: Verrengia 5, Horne 2, Hutchinson, Cimino; Beaulieu 5, Igoe, Dobish, McCall, Garland

Halftime: Bates 50-32

Amherst 72, Bowdoin 48

At Amherst, Mass., Jaclyn Daigneault had 16 points and 13 rebounds as Amherst College claimed its 40th consecutive win at home Saturday.

Bowdoin College of Brunswick’s Katie Bergeron scored 12 points and eclipsed 1,000 for her career, becoming the 11th player in school history to reach the mark.

Bowdoin (15-4)

Donahoe 1-0-2, Henrikson 1-2-4, Bergeron 4-4-12, Barry 1-0-2, Sweeney 2-5-10, Hackett 4-0-8, Piscina , Coombes 3-1-7, Gould 0-3-3, Prohl

Amherst (19-1)

Daigneault 6-3-16, Fiorentino 1-1-3, Stedman 3-2-9, Leyman 3-9-14, Finucane 4-0-10, Voigt 1-0-2, Renner 0-2-2, Dunleavey 1-0-2, Hardy, Rizzo 1-0-2, DiMario, Long, McCormick 4-4-12, Crowley

3-pt. goals: Sweeney; Finucane 2, Daigneault, Stedman

Halftime: Amherst 31-19

UMFK 70, Vermont Tech 43

At Fort Kent, Amber Garrison and Taylor Boucher each scored 15 points as the University of Maine at Fort Kent topped Vermont Tech. Saturday.

Jenn Colpitts had 12 points and seven steals for the Bengals. Megan Land had 11 points, Quintina Young scored 10 points and Garrison added six steals and five assists.

Eliza Wakefield and Kelly Vellek both had 12 points for Vermont Tech.

Vermont Tech (2-9)

Ward 1-0-2, Wakefield 5-2-12, Carpenter 1-3-5, Scholten 3-0-6, Fusco 3-0-6, Cherrier, Vellek 5-0-12, Hartman

UM-Fort Kent (9-10)

Colpitts 4-2-12, Garrison 7-0-15, Land 4-0-11, Norsworthy 1-3-5, Young 5-0-10, Brown, Tracy 1-0-2, Boucher 6-0-15

3-pt. goals: Vellek 2; Land 3, Boucher 3, Colpitts 2, Garrison

Halftime: UMFK 30-27

USM 72, Keene State 69

At Gorham, senior Kaylie DeMillo hit a 3-pointer with 2 seconds remaining to break the tie and lead the University of Southern Maine past Keene State College Saturday.

Courtney Cochran had 18 points and 12 rebounds for the Huskies, who have won eight straight. Nicole Garland also scored 18 while DeMillo totaled 13 points and five assists.

Courtney Cirillo scored a game-high 24 points for Keene State.

Keene State (10-10)

Farrell 6-2-14, Moussette 1-0-2, Laudano 5-0-14, Carnell 4-1-9, Cirillo 11-2-24, McCain, Cote, Hemmingway

Southern Maine (13-6)

Nicholas 2-0-5, McNamara, DeMillo 5-0-13, Jordan 4-0-8, Cochran 7-4-18, Garland 6-1-18, Rivet 1-0-2, Fox, Dixon 3-2-8

3-pt. goals: Laudano 4; Garland 5, DeMillo 3, Nicholas

Halftime: USM 35-33

Colby 58, Trinity 48

At Hartford, Conn., Julianne Kowalski scored a collegiate-high 26 points and grabbed 13 rebounds in lifting Colby College of Waterville past Trinity College Saturday.

The Mules went 27-for-31 from the free throw line while Kowalski was a perfect 12-for-12.

Aarika Ritchie scored 16 points for Colby and Rachael Mack had 14 points and was 10-for-10 from the line.

Carly Napier scored 17 points for Trinity.

Colby (14-4)

Kowalski 7-12-26, Ritchie 5-5-16, Mack 2-10-14, McLaughlin 1-0-2, Potvin, Bennett, Nale, Vaughan, Manduca, Adler

Trinity (12-7)

Napier 4-7-17, Ciarleglio 3-0-9, Hanniford 3-0-6, Cohn 3-0-6, Lyhne 1-2-4, McGlynn 1-0-2, Royals 0-2-2, Dixon 1-0-2, Fahey, Sweeney

3-pt. goals: Ritchie; Ciarleglio 3, Napier 2

Halftime: Colby 31-20

UMM 73, Col. of St. Joseph 44

At Machias, Sabree Rodriguez totaled 20 points, nine rebounds and six assists in leading the University of Maine at Machias past the College of St. Joseph of Vermont Sunday.

Kayla Wood scored 12 points for the Clippers while Dana Houghton chipped in nine points and 10 rebounds.

Grace Amato led St. Joseph with 18 points.

College of St. Joseph (1-15)

Sprofera 1-1-4, Garrow 3-0-7, Howard 1-3-7, Paquette 2-1-5, Amato 4-1-10, Griswold 3-3-10, Lincoln 1-0-2

UM-Machias (11-8)

Rodriquez 10-0-20, Pringle 2-2-6, Wood 4-3-12, LeGallais 3-0-6, Houghton 4-1-9, Frey, Wormell 1-0-3, Nicely 4-0-8, Hare 2-1-5, Latimer 1-0-2, Shults 1-0-2

3-pt. goals: Sprofera, Garrow, Howard, Amato, Griswold; Wood, Wormell

Halftime: UMM 40-23

Men’s basketball

UMPI splits pair

At Presque Isle, the University of Maine-Presque Isle Owls started the weekend off with an 82-79 victory over the College of Saint Joseph Saturday, but wound it up with a 94-82 loss to Vermont Tech on Sunday.

On Saturday, Clifford McDonald had 20 points and 10 rebounds to power the Owls. Ronald Spencer led all scorers with 28 points and Patrick Manifold had 13 points and nine rebounds. Chris Coffin had 11 points.

Rahiem Smalls had 19 points for the College of Saint Joseph. James Rajda scored 15, K.J. Jackson had 14 points and 11 rebounds, and Dane Jobst added 11 points.

On Sunday, Kevin Carr scored 30 points and Nick Simpson had 29 to lead Vermont Tech past UMPI. Nick General-Vanderpui had 10 points and 13 rebounds.

Manifold led UMPI with 30 points, McDonald scored 19, and Coffin had 18 points and 10 rebounds.

Coll. of Saint Joseph

Smalls 9-1-19, Rajda 6-1-15, Wilburn 4-1-10, Jackson 5-3-14, E. Jobst 3-2-8, Rios, D. Jobst 4-3-11, Talerico, Trpilett 1-0-2, Anderson

UMPI

G. Vasquez, Corrigan 1-4-6, Manifold 5-2-13, McDonald 9-2-20, Coffin 4-0-11, Trask, Hutchins, Turner, M. Vasquez 2-0-4, Spencer 11-0-28, Brock

3-pt. goals: Rajda 2, Wilburn, Jackson; Spencer 6, Manifold, Coffin 3

Halftime: UMPI 38-34

UMFK 80, Vermont Tech 69

At Fort Kent Saturday, Kevin Loiselle scored a game-high 24 points while leading the University of Maine-Farmington to the victory over Vermont Tech.

Terence Dockery came off the bench to score 16 while Jamar Thornhill had 12 points and 16 rebounds for the UMFK Bengals while Manny Odugbela scored 13 points.

Nick Simpson led Vermont Tech with 23 points and nine rebounds. Kevin Carr chipped in with 14 points and Nick General-Vanderpui added 10 points.

Vermont Tech (8-3)

Roleau 2-1-6, Lindsey 2-2-6, Tyrrel 2-0-4, Carr 7-0-14, Simpson 7-8-23, Robinson 1-2-4, Louie 1-0-2, General-Vanderpui 4-1-10

UM-Fort Kent (15-7)

Void 3-2-9, Loiselle 7-4-24, Llamas 1-2-4, Thornhill 4-3-12, Odugbela 4-4-13, Brylowski, Murff, Bouchard, Dockery 5-1-16, Belizaire 0-2-2

3-pt. goals: Roleau, Simpson, General-Vanderpui; Loiselle 6, Void, Thornhill, Odugbela, Dockery 5

Halftime: UMFK 41-40

Keene State 72, USM 67

At Gorham Saturday, Ollie Hunter hit eight of 12 from the floor en route to 17 points while leading his Keene State Owls past the University of Southern Maine.

Ryan Martin of Wayne scored 13 and Nicco DeMasco had 12 rebounds for the Owls.

Devin Chambers scored 15, Otis Smith 12, and Mike Poulin 11 for the USM Huskies. Jeremy Jackson grabbed 11 rebounds and Chris Pagentine scored 11 off the bench.

Keene State (16-5)

Hunter 8-1-17, Snow 2-3-7, Woodberry 0-2-2, Martin 5-0-13, DeMasco 3-2-8, Boudreau 1-0-3, Wright 0-1-1, Mariano 2-1-6, Boyatsis, D’Amours 2-2-7, Bourgeois 0-1-1, Fazio 2-3-7

Southern Maine (9-10)

Chambers 6-3-15, Poulin 3-4-11, Smith 4-2-12, Bergeron 1-0-3, Jackson 3-0-6, Pollock 0-1-1, O’Connell 1-0-2, Kee, C. Sullivan 1-2-4, Pagentine 4-2-11, K. Sullivan, Forcier 1-0-2

3-pt. goals: Martin 3, Boudreau, Mariano, D’Amours; Smith 2, Poulin, Bergeron, Pagentine

Halftime: Keene State 28-26

Trinity 72, Colby 40

At Hartford, Conn., Saturday, Brian Ford scored 20 points to lead the Trinity College Bantams by Colby.

Eric Dean scored 14, Jared Pimm 12, and Luke MacDougall 10 for the Bantams.

Mike Russell and Christian Van Loenen scored 11 and 10 points, respectively for the White Mules.

Colby (9-10)

Russell 5-1-11, Van Loenen 1-8-10, Coulon 2-0-6, Foreman 1-0-3, Fischer 0-2-2, Orchingwa 1-0-2, Beaulieu 1-0-2, Rimsa 1-0-2, Donovan 1-0-2, Havlicek, Gildersleeve, David, Swanson, Atlas, Kalin

Trinity (11-9)

Ford 6-5-20, 5-2-14, Pimm 2-6-12, Macdougall 4-1-10, Skaggs3-0-6, Sutton 1-3-5, Applegate 1-1-3, Fels 1-0-2, Smith

3-pt. goals: Coulon 2, Foreman; Ford 3, Pimm 2, Dean 2, MacDougall

Halftime: Trinity 33-24

Vermont Tech

Roleau 2-3-7, Lindsey 2-0-4, Tyrrel 2-1-6, Carr 7-12-30, Simpson 12-4-29, Robinson 2-4-8, Louie, General-Vanderpui 4-1-10

UMPI)

G. Vasquez, Corrigan 3-0-7, Manifold 11-8-30, McDonald 8-3-19, Coffin 6-2-18, Trask, Hutchins 1-0-3, M. Vasquez 2-0-5, Spencer

3-pt. goals: Carr 4, Tyrrel, Simpson, General-Vanderpui; Coffin 4, Corrigan, Hutchins, M. Vasquez

Halftime: UMPI 34-32

Husson 86, UMF 76

At Farmington Saturday, Jay Uhrin of Hampden scored a career-high 29 points while leading the Husson University Eagles by the University of Maine-Farmington Beavers.

Josh Jones scored 22 points to go with nine rebounds and Brad Libby added 13 points for the Eagles.

Eric Taylor had 21 points and 11 rebounds for the Beavers. Pet Sumner had 21 points and Ben Johnson scored 10.

Husson (13-4)

Uhrin 9-8-29, Jones 7-6-22, Libby 2-7-13, Zaharchuk 2-3-7, Modica 2-2-6, Medina 2-1-5, McMorrin 1-0-2, Spaulding 1-0-2

UM-Farmington (6-11)

Taylor 7-7-21, Sumner 8-1-21, Johnson 5-0-10, Dean 3-2-9, T. Gingras 3-1-7, Iman 2-0-4, Gerrish 1-0-2, Kane 0-2-2, Burdin, M. Gingras

3-pt. goals: Uhrin 3, Libby 2, Jones 2; Sumner 4, Dean

Halftime: Husson 41-36

Bates 58, Conn. College 47

At Lewiston Saturday, a balanced scoring effort and a 31-18 second half scoring edge led to a third straight win for the Bates College Bobcats.

Nick Schmiemann scored 13 points while Brian Ellis and John Squires each had 12 for the Bobcats.

Matt Vadas led Connecticut College with 23 points.

Conn. College (10-10)

Vadas 8-2-23, Banos 2-2-6, Anilus 2-0-6, Harrigan 2-0-5, Mahoney 1-0-3, Bellotti 1-0-2, Hanson 0-2-2, Bullitt, Henry, Lopez, Jeremic

Bates (12-9)

Schmiemann 5-2-13, Ellis 3-5-12, Squires 4-4-12, Gallant 3-2-8, Brust 2-2-6, Christian 1-0-3, Deegan 1-0-2, Matarazzo 1-0-2, Weston, Philbrook

3-pt. goals: Vadas 5, Anilus 2, Harrigan, Mahoney; Christian, Ellis, Schmiemann

Halftime: Connecticut College 29-27

Amherst 103, Bowdoin 85

At Amherst, Mass., Saturday, the unbeaten Amherst College Lord Jeffs hit 10 of their first 15 3-pointers and 11 of 20 overall while getting double-digit scoring efforts from six players en route to the win.

Aaron Toomey scored 20 to pace the Lord Jeffs. Taylor Barrise had 19, Allen Williamson 14, Jeff Holmes 13, Willy Workman 11, and Conor Meehan 10.

Will Hanley led the way with 26 for the Polar Bears. Ryan O’Connell scored 16 while Justin Nowell and Andrew Madlinger each had 13.

Bowdoin (12-5)

DeFeo 1-0-2, Nowell 5-3-13, Hanley 10-6-26, O’Connell 6-2-16, Staiger 0-3-3, Mathias, Madlinger 4-2-13, Littles 3-3-9, Carter 1-0-3, Lenker

Amherst (18-0)

Workman 5-0-11, Meehan 4-2-10, Waller 2-2-8, Barrise 7-0-19, Kaasila 4-0-8, Williamson 6-2-14, Toomey 5-8-20, Holmes 5-2-13

3-pt. goals: Madlinger 3, O’Connell 2, Carter; Barrise 5, Toomey 2, Wallace 2, Holmes, Workman

Halftime: Amherst 57-41

College of St. Joe’s 70, UMM 60

At Machias Sunday, James Rajda scored 19 to lead the College of Saint Joseph past the University of Maine-Machias.

Evan Jobst scored 17 points while KJay Jackson, Patrick Triplett and Rahiem Smalls each had 10 for College of Saint Joseph.

Will Lewis led the Clippers with 17 points. Hampton Mack scored 13 and Zach Pope had 11.

College of Saint Joseph

Smalls 4-2-10, Anderson, Rajda 5-6-19, Rios, Wilburn 1-2-4, Jackson 4-2-10, E. Jobst 7-3-17, D. Jobst, Triplett Jr. 5-0-10

UM-Machias

Burke 0-4-4, Mack 6-1-13, Lupo 1-1-3, Armstrong 3-1-8, Pope 4-0-11, Lewis 5-6-17, Shults 2-0-4, Bethea

3-pt. goals: Rajda 3; Pope 3, Lewis, Armstrong

Halftime: UMM 31-30

MMA 81, Thomas 73

At Waterville Saturday, Shawn Dostie had a game-high 28 points and 21 rebounds to lead the Maine Maritime Academy Mariners of Castine past the Thomas College Terriers.

Paul Campbell scored 16 to go with nine assists and seven boards and Dom Drake of Brewer had 13 points and eight assists for the Mariners.

Andrew Duncanson scored 23 points and Franklin Salvador added 22 for the the Terriers. Isiah Brathwaite had 13.

MMA 8-8)

Drake 6-0-13, Campbell 6-2-16, Russell 2-0-5, Ball 2-3-8, Pineo 2-0-5, Eaton, Bell 3-0-6, Dostie 13-2-28

Thomas (8-8)

Salvador 8-1-22, Grenne Jr. 2-2-6, Juco 0-3-3, Duncanson 8-6-23, Luther, Pollard, Dorsey, Brathwaite 5-1-13, Nutter, Manzo 1-0-2, Corker 2-0-4

3-pt. goals: Campbell 2, Drake, Russell, Ball, Pineo; Salvador 5, Brathwaite 2, Duncanson

Halftime: MMA 38-24

St. Joe”s 80, Albertus Magnus 77

At Standish Saturday, Zach O’Brien led all scorers with 25 points to help get his Saint Joseph’s College Monks a key victory against conference foe Albertus Magnus college.

Tyler Kelley scored 16 points and Chris Petzy added 14 to further pace Saint Joseph’s.

Walden St. Juste led Albertus Magnus with 21 points. Ray Askew had 19 and Byron Reaves 14.

Albertus Magnus (9-8)

Askew 8-2-19, St. Juste 9-1-21, Economopoulos 1-0-2, Jackson 1-1-3, Reaves 6-2-14, Munix 2-0-5, Massey, Lora 4-0-8, Watson 1-0-2, Dugas 1-0-3, Sweeney

Saint Joseph’s (12-5)

Medeiros 2-0-5, Vazquez 3-2-9,,Philbrook, Ray, O’Brien 9-5-25, Savino 2-0-4, Jobin 2-0-4, Kelley 6-2-16, Petzy 3-6-14, Noonan 1-1-3

3-pt. goals: St. Juste 2, Askew, Munix, Dugas; Petzy 2, Kelley 2, O’Brien 2, Medeiros, Vazquez

Halftime: Saint Joseph’s 36-28

NHTI 73, EMCC 66

At Bangor, Besfort Syla hit a 3-pointer with 34 seconds remaining to put New Hampshire Technical Institute up by six and out of reach of Eastern Maine Community College Saturday.

Terry Williams led NHTI with 18 points.

Thelbert Green scored a game-high 22 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to pace the Golden Eagles. Jeff Dubois added 17 points.

NHTI (21-5)

Zenni 1-0-3, Williams 6-5-18, Reynolds 3-0-6, Cloutier 1-2-5, Syla 4-2-13, Riel 2-0-6, Yeaton 1-2-4, Pinentel 1-0-3, Leville 4-1-9, Mitchell 2-2-6, Gregoire, Boyko

EMCC (6-8)

Green 7-6-22, Reynolds 2-0-4, Baltimore 3-2-8, Knowles 2-2-6, Pierre 4-0-9, Dubois 6-3-17, Downs, Rosas

3-pt. goals: Syla 3, Riel 2, Zenni, Williams, Cloutier, Pinentel; Green 2, Dubois 2, Pierre

Halftime: NHTI 47-28

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