Husson men defeat Thomas

Posted Jan. 31, 2011, at 11:37 p.m.

WATERVILLE — Josh Jones led five Husson University players in double figures with 28 points as the Eagles defeated the Thomas College Terriers 94-87 in men’s basketball action Monday night.

Daeshawn McMorrin posted 18 points and Jay Uhrin 17 for the Eagles. Brad Libby and Marc Zaharchuk added 12 points apiece.

Andrew Duncanson’s 29 points paced Thomas College. Jarrad DeVaughn added 17 points, Franklin Salvador 12 and Stanley Grenne, Jr. 10.

Husson (14-4) 94

Jones 8-12-28, McMorrin 8-2-18, Uhrin 6-4-17, Libby 3-4-12, Zaharchuk 5-2-12, Medina 0-3-3, Spaulding 1-0-2, Modica 1-0-2, Cook

Thomas (8-9) 87

Dunanson 10-9-29, DeVaughn 6-2-17, Salvador 4-0-12, Greene 3-4-10, Dorsey 3-0-6, Brathwaite 1-3-5, Nutter 1-1-4, Newton 1-0-2, Juco 1-0-2, Pollard

3-pt. goals: Libby 2, Uhrin; Salvador 4, DeVaughn 3, Nutter

Halftime: Husson 43-29

UMF 61, MMA 39

At Farmington, the University of Maine-Farmington scored 19 points in the first four minutes en route to the victory.

Danny Kane paced the winners with 13 points while DJ Gerrish and Ben Johnson each added 10.

Shawn Dostie led Maine Maritime Academy of Castine with 10 points and eight rebounds and Ben Russell had 11 rebounds.

MMA (8-9)

Dostie 5-0-10, Ball 2-3-7, Drake 3-1-7, Campbell 2-0-4, Pineo 1-0-3, Russell 1-0-3, Bell 1-0-3, Alexander 1-0-2, Meklin, Baker, Burke, Eaton, Backus, Baribeau

UMF (7-11)

Kane 5-1-13, Gerrish 5-0-10, Johnson 5-0-10, Dean 3-0-9, Taylor 2-1-5, SUmner 2-0-5, Burdin 1-0-2, Clemmer 1-0-2, Iman 1-0-2, T. Gingras 1-0-2, Jean 0-1-1, Carson, Leal, M. Gingras, Tracy, Keene

3-pt. goals:Pineo, Russell, Bell; Dean 3, Kane 2, Sumner

Halftime: UMF 33-21

Women’s basketball

Husson 101, Thomas 74

At Waterville, senior guard Bethany Sevey of Skowhegan poured in a career-high 43 points, including 28 in the first half, and grabbed a game-best 10 rebounds to power the Eagles of Bangor to a North Atlantic Conference victory.

Kelli Murray of Shawmut scored 13 points while Stephanie Comstock of Bangor and Noelle Lincoln of Dixmont added nine points each. Husson, now 6-1 in NAC play, outrebounded Thomas 53-37.

Former Lee Academy star Karin Bird connected for 33 points, 20 before the break, to pace the Terriers (3-5 NAC). Ashley Matchell scored 12 points and Kellie Martel netted 11.

Husson (8-10)

Sevey 16-7-43, K. Murray 6-1-13, Comstock 4-1-9, Lincoln 3-2-9, Gifford 4-0-8, Duke 3-0-7, Albert 2-1-5, McGee 2-0-4, Butterfield 1-0-2, Massengale 0-1-1, M. Murray, Carroll

Thomas (5-11)

Bird 10-10-33, Matchett 3-5-12, Martel 4-0-11, Allen 2-0-5, Evans 2-0-5, Thibodeau 2-0-4, Hutchins 1-2-4, Sheeran, Kidd

3-pt. goals: Sevey 4, Lincoln, Duke; Martel 3, Bird 3, Allen, Matchett, Evans

Halftime: Husson 57-30

MMA 65, UM-Farmington 53

At Farmington, Katie Pushard scored 14 of her 17 points in the first half as Maine Maritime Academy of Castine topped the University of Maine at Farmington.

Maggie Smith also scored 17 points for the Mariners. Samantha Goda grabbed 12 rebounds.

Paige Saunders led the Beavers with 11 points. Ashley Busque and Kenny Norton both had 10 points.

Maine Maritime (12-6)

Smith 6-3-17, Pushard 5-3-17, Stahl 3-2-8, Bennett 3-0-7, Goda 0-4-4, Jackson 2-0-4, McCloskey 1-0-2, Flannery 1-0-2, Dufour 1-0-2, Hunt 1-0-2, Everest, Jones

UM-Farmington (7-10)

Saunders 5-1-11, Busque 3-3-10, Norton 4-0-10, Oliver 3-1-7, Ross 2-2-7, Gagne 1-1-4, Morrison 0-2-2, Clement 1-0-2, Gordon

3-pt. goals: Pushard 4, Smith 2, Bennett; Norton 2, Ross, Busque, Gagne

Halftime: MMA 44-33

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