Husson women capture 12th victory

Posted Feb. 11, 2011, at 9:44 p.m.
Last modified Feb. 12, 2011, at 12:07 a.m.

POULTNEY, Vt. — Bethany Sevey led five Husson University Eagles in double-figures with 24 points as they outscored Green Mountain College 46-35 in the second half to grab an 89-76 women’s basketball victory Friday night.

Husson (12-10)

Butterfield 5-1-11, Lincoln 5-0-12, Gifford 5-3-15, Sevey 10-0-24, K. Murray 6-0-14, Duke, Hanscom 1-0-2, Carroll, Albert 1-0-2, Sanderson, McGee 0-1-1, Massengale, M. Murray, Comstock 4-0-8

Green Mountain (3-18)

Mullins, Pease 10-8-28, Paul 5-1-14, Caster 4-2-11, Hopper 6-4-16, Belessis, Malkin 2-0-5, Furneaux 1-0-2

3-pt. goals: Sevey 4, Lincoln 2, Gifford 2, K. Murray 2; Paul 3, Caster, Malkin

Halftime: Husson 43-41

Bowdoin 81, Conn. College 33

At New London, Conn., Katie Bergeron was 5-for-6 from 3-point range and totaled 17 points with eight rebounds as Bowdoin College of Brunswick cruised past Connecticut College.

Bowdoin (19-4)

Donahoe 3-0-7, Henrikson 1-0-3, Bergeron 6-0-17, Barry 5-1-11, Sweeney 4-0-9, Hackett 1-0-3, PIscina 5-0-11, Prue, Coombes 4-2-10, Gould 1-2-4, Sones 1-0-2, Prohl 2-0-4

Connecticut College (8-14)

Horne 6-1-14, Hutchinson, Cimino 2-2-6, Dunleavy 1-0-2, Verrengia 2-0-5, Cragan, Albalancy 1-0-2, Fierberg 2-0-4, Quick

3-pt. goals: Bergeron 5, Donahoe, Henrikson, Sweeney, Hackett; Horne, Verrengia

Halftime: Bowdoin 42-10

Castleton 76, Maine Maritime 60

At Castleton, Vt., Vanessa Powers scored 20 points as Castleton State topped Maine Maritime Academy of Castine to earn its 14th victory.

Maine Maritime (13-9)

Smith 1-4-7, Pushard 1-2-5, Goda 8-1-17, Knights, Flannery 1-1-3, Jones, Dufour, Stahl 3-3-9, McCloskey 1-2-4, Hunt 0-2-2, Jackson 3-2-8, Everest 2-0-5

Castleton State (14-8)

Jaques 4-1-11, Conway 2-0-6, Bull 1-0-2, Johnson 3-0-6, Bolognani 3-0-6, Powers 8-4-20, Race 1-0-2, Leonard 6-4-16, Dunchus 3-1-7

3-pt. goals: Smith, Pushard, Everest; Jaques 2, Conway 2

Halftime: Castleton 34-30

Thomas 76, Johnson State 42

At Waterville, Mallorie Blakney totaled 24 points, five assists and five steals as Thomas College earned a home win over Johnson State College.

Johnson State (4-18)

Deuell 2-1-6, Hughes 1-2-4, Grover 1-1-4, Tatro 5-1-11, McCullock 1-0-3, Roussin, Himberg, Lepage 4-1-10, Swainbank 2-0-4

Thomas (7-12)

Evans 5-0-12, Martel 4-0-11, Bird 4-2-11, Blakney 8-5-24, Matchett 5-2-16, Allen 1-0-2, Sheeran, Hutchins, Thibodeau

3-pt. goals: Deuell, Grover, McCullock, Lepage; Matchett 4, Martel 3, Blakney 3, Evans 2, Bird

Halftime: Thomas 35-25

UM-Farmington 69, Lyndon 48

At Farmington, the University of Maine at Farmington outscored Lyndon State 44-21 in the second half to pull away to earn its 10th win.

Lyndon State (10-10)

McConkey 4-5-15, Barclay 2-0-6, Sanchez 2-2-6, Adams, Lafont 1-0-3, Buck, White 3-6-13, Martin, Diltz, Lawson 2-1-5

UM-Farmington (10-11)

Norton 6-2-15, Saunders 3-0-6, Bonnevie, Clement 3-0-7, Ross 5-0-12, Busque 6-2-16, Graffam, Higgins 1-0-2, Oliver, Roy, Gordon 2-2-7, Morrison 1-2-4, Whitaker

3-pt. goals: McConkey 2, Barclay 2, Lafont, White; Ross 2, Busque 2, Norton, Clement, Gordon

Halftime: Lyndon State 27-25

Colby 67, Wesleyan 49

At Middletown, Conn., Rachael Mack had 15 points, 12 rebounds and three steals as Colby College of Waterville earned a road win over Wesleyan University.

Colby (19-4)

Mack 7-1-15, Kowalski 3-5-11, Manduca 3-0-7, Ritchie 4-4-13, McLaughlin 2-0-5, Adler 1-0-3, Potvin, Bennett 1-2-4, Nale, Vaughan 4-1-9

Wesleyan (7-15)

LaCroce 5-0-10, Gaffney 4-1-9, Tennant 3-1-8, Gold 2-2-7, Southam 1-2-5, Rooney, Stewart 1-1-4, Klaes, Doelger, Schapiro, Wessells, Lippe, Harris 3-0-6

3-pt. goals: Manduca, Rithcie, McLaughlin, Adler; Tennant, Gold, Southam, Stewart

Halftime: Colby 35-24

Women’s hockey

Maine 1, Boston College 1 (OT)

At Chestnut Hill, Mass., neither the University of Maine nor Boston College were able to score in overtime, resulting in a tie.

Jennie Gallo intercepted a pass and scored over the head of BC goaltender Molly Schaus 2:24 into the second period to put the 10-15-5 Black Bears up 1-0.

Kelli Stack scored equalizer on a short-handed goal 9:01 into the third for the 19-5-5 Eagles.

Men’s basketball

Thomas 107, Johnson St. 83

At Waterville, Isiah Brathwaite and Antonio Juco each tallied 24 points in powering Thomas by Johnson State.

Johnson State (6-15)

Turan 2-0-4, Key 5-0-10, Passino 2-6-10, Abass 1-3-6, Boyd 4-1-6, Respass, Hickey 3-0-6, Rainville, Camisa 2-1-5, Bousono 6-2-15, Moran 3-1-7, Phelps 4-3-11

Thomas (11-10)

Grenne 1-2-4, Duncanson 3-5-11, Dorsey 3-2-8, Brathwaite 8-6-24, DeVaughn 7-4-18, Jimenez, Salvadore 3-0-6, Newton 0-2-2, Juco 9-3-24, Pollard, Nutter 2-1-5, Manzo 2-0-4, Hoyt 0-1-1

3-pt. goals: Abass, Bousono; Juco 3, Brathwaite 2

Halftime: Thomas 51-36

Lyndon St. 83, UMF 80 (OT)

At Farmington, Phil Warrick poured in 30 points in leading Lyndon State College past the University of Maine at Farmington in overtime, ending the Beavers’ three-game win streak.

Lyndon State (9-13)

Gray 1-0-2, Mena 2-2-6, Warrick 11-7-30, Norcross, Calkins 2-1-5, Carle 6-4-16, Fortunato 2-0-4, Sackett 4-0-11, Santos 4-0-8, Burke 0-1-1, Alers, Durrett

UM-Farmington (9-12)

Burdin 2-1-5, Johnson 7-3-17, Dean 3-0-9, Gerrish 5-2-12, Carson 1-0-3, Clemmer, Gingras 1-0-2, Sumner 7-0-16, Jean 1-0-2, Iman 1-4-7, Kane 3-1-7

3-pt. goals: Sackett 3, Warrick; Dean 3, Sumner 2, Carson, Iman

Halftime: UMF 35-32

Husson 90, Green Mountain 54

At Poultney, Vt., Marc Zaharchuk scored 16 points in just 17 minutes in leading Husson University of Bangor past Green Mountain College and to its 10th win in its past 11 games.

Husson (17-5)

Jones 6-0-12, Modica 2-4-8, McMorrin 2-2-6, Medina 4-2-11, Uhrin 6-0-15, Spaulding 2-0-4, Cook 1-0-2, Hughes 2-0-5, Murphy, Libby 1-1-4, Fleming, Bryon 2-3-7, Klages, Zaharchuk

Green Mountain (0-16)

Williams 2-4-8, Hale 3-3-11, Rojas 2-0-5, LaCure 2-1-7, Dunn 5-4-16, Ashton, Tarricone 1-0-3, Woodall 2-0-4

3-pt. goals: Uhrin 3, Medina, Hughes, Libby; Hale 2, LaCure 2, Dunn 2, Rojas, Tarricone

Halftime: Husson 42-32

Castleton 84, Maine Maritime 73

At Castleton, Vt., Jared Paul netted 22 points in helping lift Castleton State College over Maine Maritime Academy of Castine.

Shawn Dostie scored a game-high 26 points while shooting 12-for-16 from the floor for the Mariners.

Maine Maritime (8-13)

Drake 1-0-2, Campbell 4-4-14, Baribeau, Russell 4-1-11, Ball 1-0-2, Backus 2-0-4, Pineo 1-0-3, Eaton 1-0-3, Bell 1-1-4, Alexander, Burke, Meklin 2-0-4, Dostie 12-2-26

Castleton State (13-9)

Eisenberg 5-4-18, Cooney 2-1-5, Ackley 0-1-1, Currier, Paul 7-2-22, Hughes 2-0-5, Mustapha, Cochrane 1-0-3, Schneider, Hall, Comstock 4-4-13, Knight 3-11-17, Bennett

3-pt. goals: Campbell 2, Russell 2, Pineo, Eaton, Bell; Paul 6, Eisenberg 4, Hughes, Cochrane, Comstock

Halftime: Castleton 46-33

Conn. College 62, Bowdoin 60

At New London, Conn., Matt Vadas and Mason Lopez each scored 13 points as Connecticut College narrowly defeated Bowdoin College of Brunswick.

Bowdoin (13-9)

DeFeo 1-0-2, Nowell 6-1-14, Hanley 3-2-8, O’Connell 6-0-15, Staiger 2-0-4, Mathias 2-0-5, Madlinger 1-0-2, Littles, Carter 4-0-10

Connecticut College (12-11)

Bellotti 1-2-4, Hanson 2-2-6, Mahoney 2-1-5, Harrigan 3-0-9, Banos 1-0-2, Vadas 4-5-13, Anilus 2-0-6, Lopez 5-0-13, Bullitt 2-0-4

3-pt. goals: O’Connell 3, Carter 2, Nowell, Mathias; Harrigan 3, Lopez 3, Anilus 2

Halftime: Connecticut College 29-27

Wesleyan 70, Colby 65

At Middletown, Conn., Shasha Brown scored 21 points in helping Wesleyan University earn a NESCAC conference win over Colby College of Waterville.

Mike Russell posted his 15th double-double for the Mules with 18 points and 15 rebounds.

Colby (10-13)

Van Loenen 7-5-21, Russell 7-4-18, Foreman 5-0-13, Beaulieu 3-2-8, Coulon 1-0-3, Donovan 1-0-2, Fischer, Havlicek, Atlas, David, Rimsa

Wesleyan (11-12)

Brown 9-1-21, Callaghan 4-5-14, Beresford 4-0-10, Mendell 3-0-9, Poisson 2-2-8, Callori 3-0-7, Hogan 0-1-1, LaBove, Creeden, Lynch

3-pt. goals: Foreman 3, Van Loenen 2, Coulon; Mendell 3, Brown 2, Poisson 2, Beresford 2, Callori, Callaghan

Halftime: Wesleyan 30-24

Iona 69, Siena 65

NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. — Mike Glover scored 22 points and Iona held off a late Siena rally to win 69-65 on Friday night, snapping a 10-game losing streak against the Saints.

The Gaels (15-10, 9-5 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference) have won two in a row after losing four straight. They split the season series with Siena, which won 73-67 on Jan. 3.

Jermel Jenkins scored 19 for Iona, hitting 5 of 10 3-pointers.

The Gaels led by 10 with 7:25 left in the first half, but the Saints (10-14, 7-7) closed to 34-32 at the break.

After Siena took a 35-34 lead on Clarence Jackson’s 3, Iona regained the upper hand, building a 64-52 lead with 2:13 left.

The Saints then went on a 10-1 run, with Jonathan Breeden scoring seven of his 24 points, to get to 65-62 with 30 seconds to go.

Down 68-64 with 6 seconds left, Siena’s Ryan Rossiter hit 1 of 2 foul shots, then Jenkins went 1 for 2 to seal it.

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