Thomas men outlast Lyndon State in OT

Posted Feb. 13, 2011, at 9:29 p.m.

WATERVILLE — Jarrad DeVaughn led five players with 19 or more points as the Thomas College men earned a 138-136 overtime basketball win over Lyndon State College Saturday.

DeVaughn tallied 38 points and 11 rebounds for the Terriers. Thomas rallied for 80 second-half points to tie after regulation. Andrew Duncanson had 30 points and 11 assists while Isaiah Brathwaite finished with 19 points and 10 rebounds. Antonio Juco scored 24 and Franklin Salvador added 23.

Phil Warrick led Lyndon with a game-high 44 points.

Lyndon State (9-14)

Santos 5-1-11, Fortunato 1-0-2, Warrick 14-14-44, Gray 8-7-23, Mena 8-1-19, Calkins 4-2-12, Carle 1-0-2, Alers 4-0-10, Sackett 4-2-13

Thomas (12-10)

Jimenez, Salvador 7-4-23, Grenne 1-0-2, Newton, Juco 10-1-24, Duncanson 12-3-30, Dorsey 1-0-2, Brathwaite 6-3-19, Nutter, DeVaughn 12-12-38

3-pt. goals: Sackett 3, Mena 2, Calkins 2, Warrick 2; Salvador 5, Brathwaite 4, Juco 3, Duncanson 3, DeVaughn 2

Halftime: Lyndon State 62-39

Saint Joseph’s 96, Lasell 92 (OT)

At Standish Saturday, Tyler Kelley scored 31 points and Zach O’Brien added 27 as Saint Joseph’s College outlasted Lasell College.

Sean Bertanza scored 55 points in a losing effort for Lasell.

Lasell (5-17)

King 4-4-12, Bertanzo 22-6-55, Fuller 1-0-2, Williams 4-1-10, Campbell 2-0-4, Johnson 1-0-2, Roy 3-0-7

St. Joseph’s (16-7)

Vazquez 2-0-5, O’Brien 10-7-27, Savino 2-1-7, Kelley 9-8-31, Petzy 5-2-12, Medeiros, Philbrook, Cullen, Ray, Jobin, Noonan 6-2-14

3-pt. goals: Bertanza 5, Williams, Roy; Kelley 5, Petzy, Vazquez

Halftime: Lasell 44-31

Fisher 87, UMFK 85

At Lynn, Mass., Christian Hammond collected 23 points as Fisher College edged the University of Maine-Fort Kent Sunday.

Kevin Loiselle paced the Bengals with 33 points. Pablo Llamas scored 18 points while Manny Odugbela added 17.

UMFK (16-9)

Odugbela 7-3-17, Murff, Thornhill, Dockery 2-2-6, Llamas 8-0-18, Bouchard 1-0-2, Brylowski 2-0-4, Void 1-2-5, Loiselle 9-11-33

Fisher (11-14)

Williams 4-4-13, Nance 6-0-12, Norford 9-0-18, Hammond 6-7-23, Chisholm 1-1-3, Murphy, Pursell 1-6-8, Brown 5-0-10

3-pt. goals:Llamas 2, Void, Loiselle 4; Williams, Hammond 4

Halftime:Fisher 39-33

Tufts 66, Bates 62

At Medford, Mass., Saturday, Scott Anderson had 16 points and 16 rebounds as Tufts University rallied from a four-point halftime deficit to earn a four-point win over Bates College.

Bates (12-12)

Philbrook, Gallant 4-2-10, Brust 2-0-5, Schmeimann 1-1-4, Ellis 3-2-9, Christian 2-0-6, Deegan 7-3-18, Matarazzo 1-1-3, Squires 2-3-7, Weston, Gaither

Tufts (13-11)

Quezada 3-0-8, Galvin, Mason 2-3-7, Orchowski 5-2-12, Anderson 6-4-16, Goldfarb 1-1-4, Firempong 2-0-4, Folliard 1-0-2, Lanchantin, Cohen 0-2-2, Long 4-3-11

3-pt. goals: Christian 2, Brust, Schmiemann, Ellis, Deegan; Quezada 2, Goldfarb

Halftime: Bates 32-28

RIC 85, Southern Maine 54

At Providence, R.I., Saturday, Mason Choice was 12-for-14 from the free throw line and totaled 20 points as Rhode Island College coasted past the University of Southern Maine.

Southern Maine (9-14)

Smith 2-1-5, Jackson 0-2-2, CHambers 4-4-13, Pagentine 4-0-9, Poulin 2-3-7, Jellison, Pollock, Zolper 0-2-2, Kee 1-0-2, C. Sullivan 3-3-10, K. Sullivan, Cushman, Forcier 2-0-4

Rhode Island College (15-7)

Debnam 1-0-2, Choice 4-12-20, Akinrola 5-0-10, Gray 4-0-12, Manson 2-0-5, Carter, DeCiantis 1-1-4, Francis 3-1-8, Palumbo 1-0-3, Roberts 4-2-10, Lee 2-3-7, Watkins 2-0-4

3-pt. goals: Chambers, Pagentine, C. Sullivan; Gray 4, Manson, DeCiantis, Francis, Palumbo

Halftime: RIC 37-22

Colby 59, Conn. College 53

At New London, Conn., Saturday, senior Mike Russell totaled 10 points and 13 rebounds in leading Colby College to a six-point win over Connecticut College.

Russell became just the fifth men’s player in Colby history to score more than 1,300 points and pull down 900 rebounds in a career.

Colby (11-13)

Foreman 4-1-12, Van Loenen 3-4-12, Russell 4-2-10, Beaulieu 3-2-9, Atlas 2-1-6, Donovan 2-0-5, Fischer 0-3-3, Havlicek 1-0-2, David

Connecticut College (12-12)

Vadas 4-7-17, Mahoney 4-1-13, Lopez 3-2-10, Bullitt 2-1-5, Harrigan 1-0-3, Anilus 1-0-2, Bellotti 1-0-2, Hanson 0-1-1, Banos

3-pt. goals: Foreman 3, Van Loenen 2, Beaulieu, Donovan, Atlas; Mahoney 4, Vadas 2, Lopez 2, Harrigan

Halftime: 28-28

Bowdoin 72, Wesleyan 71

At Middletown, Conn., junior Will Hanley scored 22 points to surpass 1,000 for his career as Bowdoin College of Brunswick held off Wesleyan University Saturday.

Hanley became the 21st Polar Bear to reach the milestone. He’s also the 10th player to reach 1,000 points and 500 rebounds in a career.

Bowdoin (14-9)

Hanley 8-6-22, Staiger 4-1-9, DeFeo 1-0-3, Nowell 4-1-9, O’Connell 4-3-12, Mathias 1-1-4, Madlinger 1-0-2, Littles 1-0-3, Carter 2-3-8, Lenker

Home (Record)

Mendell 3-1-7, Creeden, Callaghan 6-0-12, Brown 8-1-20, Poisson 3-0-9, Beresford 3-2-9, Hogan 2-0-4, Lynch, Callori 2-2-8, LaBove 1-0-2

3-pt. goals: DeFeo, O’Connell, Mathias, Littles, Carter; Brown 3, Poisson 3, Callori 2, Beresford

Halftime: Bowdoin 40-33

MMA 66, Green Mountain 45

At Poultney, Vt., Saturday, Shawn Dostie tallied 27 points and 10 rebounds as the Maine Maritime Academy of Castine Mariners coasted past Green Mountain College.

Maine Maritime (9-13)

Drake 3-3-9, Campbell 7-1-17, Baribeau, Russell, Ball, Backus 4-0-8, Pineo, Eaton, Bell 2-0-5, BUrke, Meklin, Dostie 11-5-27

Green Mountain (0-17)

Williams 4-1-9, Ashton, Tarricone, Kimatarale, Woodall, Hale 1-6-8, Fifield, Nakoma, Rojas 1-1-3, Lacure 2-1-7, Dunn 7-0-18, Dunn

3-pt. goals: Campbell 2, Bell; Dunn 3, Lacure 2

UM-Farmington 57, Johnson State 53

At Farmington, Saturday, the University of Maine at Farmington outscored Johnson State College 38-27 in the second half to surge to its 10th win.

Johnson State (6-16)

Turan 3-1-7, Key 2-2-7, Passino 3-2-9, Hickey, Camisa, Bousono 5-1-14, Abass 1-2-4, Moran, Phelps, Boyd 6-0-12

UM-Farmington (10-12)

Gerrish 5-2-14, Dean 4-3-11, Iman, Sumner 2-0-4, M. Gingras 1-0-2, Clemmer, Burdin 2-0-4, T. Gingras 1-4-6, Carson, Kane 2-2-7, Johnson 4-1-9

3-pt. goals: Bousono 3, Key, Passing; Gerrish 2, Kane

Halftime: Johnson State 26-19

Husson 63, Castleton State 60

At Castleton, Vt., Jay Uhrin scored 19 points and was 11-for-13 from the foul line in leading Husson University past Castleton State College to collect its 18th win Saturday.

Josh Jones added 15 points and 16 rebounds the Eagles.

Husson (18-5)

Jones 6-3-15, Spaulding, Modica 4-0-9, McMorrin 3-4-10, Medina 1-0-2, Libby 1-0-2, Uhrin 4-11-19, Byron, Zaharchuk

Castleton (13-10)

Eisenberg, Cooney 1-1-3, Ackley, Paul 1-8-11, Hughes 2-0-5, Mustapha 1-2-4, Cochrane, Schneider 1-0-2, Comstock 5-9-19, Knight 5-6-16

3-pt. goals: Modica; Paul, Hughes

Halftime: Husson 28-27

Women’s Basketball

UMFK 65, Fisher 47

At Lynn, Mass., Jenn Colpitts netted a game-high 20 points as the University of Maine-Fort Kent topped Fisher College Sunday.

Megan Land chipped in with 11 points for the Bengals.

UMFK (12-10)

Young 3-2-8, Caesar, Waltz 1-0-2, Land 3-3-11, Garrison 2-3-7, Colpitts 8-3-20, Boucher 3-0-8, Tracy 4-1-9

Fisher (6-15)

Bernard 6-0-13, McFadden, Wadhams 3-1-7, Beckman 5-5-17, Hyatt 1-0-3, McDonnell 3-0-7, Gilbert

3-pt. goals:Land 2, Colpitts, Boucher 2; Bernard, Beckman 2, Hyatt, McDonnell

Halftime:UMFK 29-19

Tufts 67, Bates 53

At Medford, Mass., Collier Clegg posted 18 points to lead Tufts University by Bates College Saturday.

Lauren Dobish paced Bates with 14 points while Allie Beaulieu added 10.

Bates (17-7)

Dobish 5-0-14, Beaulieu 4-0-10, Hawkins 3-3-9, McCall 3-0-7, O’Connell 2-2-6, Igoe 1-1-3, Kelly 1-0-2, Burns 1-0-2, Garland, Russell

Tufts (17-5)

Clegg 6-1-18, Kornegay 5-3-14, Hart 3-2-9, Dufault 3-0-7, Moynihan 2-2-6, Rocchi 2-0-4, Miller 2-0-4, Weiner 0-3-3, Nolet 1-0-2, Tye, Riddle, McClure

3-pt. goals:Dobish 4, Beaulieu 2, McCall; Clegg 5, Dufault, Hart, Kornegay

Halftime:Tufts 33-32

SUNY-Canton 59, UMM 43

At Canton, N.Y., three SUNY-Canton players collected 16 points apiece to spark the Roos by the University of Maine-Machias Saturday.

Sabree Rodriguez led the Clippers with 18 points. Kayla Wood chipped in with 14 points.

UM-Machias (13-9)

Wood 5-3-14, LeGallais 1-0-2, Houghton 2-2-6, Rodriguez 8-2-18, Pringle 1-0-2, Frey, Wormell, Nicely, Hare 0-1-1, Latimer, Shults

SUNY-Canton (8-9)

Todorovic 6-3-16, Kenyon 5-3-16, Shoen 2-11-16, Crump 1-1-3, LeFave 2-1-5, McGlynn 0-1-1, Small 1-0-2, Bush, Maynard, Sedlacek, Vibbard

3-pt. goals:Wood; Todorovic, Kenyon 3, Shoen

Halftime:SUNY 31-15

Bowdoin 78, Wesleyan 51

At Middletown, Conn., Katie Bergeron registered 18 points and 11 rebounds to spark Bowdoin College by Wesleyan University Saturday.

Jill Henrikson led the Polar Bears with 21 points while Nicole Coombes grabbed 12 rebounds.

Bowdoin (18-6)

Donahoe 1-2-4, Henrikson 4-10-21, Bergeron 6-3-18, Barry 4-1-9, Sweeney 2-0-5, Hackett 2-2-6, Piscina 0-2-2, Prue, Coombes 2-3-7, Gould 0-2-2, Sones, Prohl 2-0-4

Wesleyan (7-16)

Tennant, LaCroce 1-3-5, Gold 5-4-16, Gaffney 6-2-14, Southam 0-1-1, Rooney, Stewart 2-1-6, Klaes, Doelger, Schapiro, Wessells 0-1-1, Lippe 2-0-4, Harris 2-0-4

3-pt. goals:Henrikson 3, Bergeron 3, Sweeney; Gold 2, Stewart

Halftime:Wesleyan 33-32

Colby 67, Conn. College 36

At New London, Conn., Julianne Kowalski posted 12 points, including the 1,000th point of her career, as Colby College cruised past Connecticut College Saturday.

Diana Manduca led the Mules with a game-high 17 points while Rachael Mack tallied 11 rebounds.

Colby (20-4)

Manduca 6-4-17, Kowalski 4-4-12, Potvin 4-0-8, Ritchie 2-2-7, Mack 1-5-7, Vaughan 2-1-5, Nale 1-1-4, McLaughlin 1-0-3, Bennett 1-0-2, Adler 1-0-2, Donahue

Conn. College (9-15)

Horne 4-2-11, Verrengia 3-0-9, Cimino 3-0-6, Albalancy 2-0-6, Fierberg 0-2-2, Quick 0-1-1, Cragan 0-1-1, Dunleavy, Hutchinson

3-pt. goals:McLaughlin, Nale, Manduca, Ritchie; Verrengia 3, Albalancy 2, Horne

Halftime:Colby 38-17

UMF 73, Johnson State 56

At Farmington, Jillian Ross tossed in a game-high 16 points to lead the University of Maine-Farmington by Johnson State College Saturday.

Lindsay Gordon netted 13 points for the Beavers while Kenni Norton added 10.

Johnson State (4-19)

Hughes 4-3-11, McCullock 3-4-11, Tatro 3-1-9, Deuell 1-6-9, Grover 2-0-6, Swainbank 3-0-6, Lepage 1-1-4, Himberg, Roussin

UMF (11-11)

Ross 5-4-16, Gordon 3-4-13, Norton 3-3-10, Busque 1-6-9, Graffam 2-0-4, Clement 2-0-4, Morrison 1-0-3, Higgins 1-1-3, Roy 1-0-3, Saunders 1-1-3, Bonnevie 1-0-2, Oliver 0-2-2, Whitaker 0-1-1

3-pt. goals:Grover 2, Tatro 2, Lepage, Deuell, McCullock; Gordon 3, Ross 2, Roy, Busque, Norton, Morrison

Halftime:UMF 41-23

Castleton 85, Husson 62

At Castleton, Vt., Vanessa Powers scored a game-high 34 points to spark Castleton State College by Husson University Saturday.

Bethany Sevey collected 22 points to pace the Eagles while Stephanie Comstock had 10 rebounds.

Husson (12-11)

Butterfield 3-0-6, Lincoln 1-0-2, Gifford 1-7-9, Sevey 9-2-22, Murray 2-2-6, Duke, Hanscom 1-3-5, Carroll, Albert 0-2-2, McGee 1-0-2, Massengale, Comstock 2-4-8

Castleton (15-8)

Johnson 2-0-4, Dunchus 4-0-8, Jaques 5-2-15, Bolognani 2-0-4, Leonard 6-2-14, Conway, Murdough, Bull 3-0-6, Powers 16-2-34, Race

3-pt. goals:Sevey 2; Jaques 3

Halftime:Castleton 36-24

Saint Joseph’s 71, Lasell 21

At Standish, Alyssa Grigware tossed in 14 points as Saint Joseph’s College rolled past Lasell College Saturday.

Abby Young scored 13 points for the Monks. Allie Parent chipped in with 10 points.

Lasell (1-22)

Vincelette 2-3-7, Holcomb, Slattery 1-0-2, Farr, Hinthorne, Elwell 1-0-2, Bishop 4-0-8, Archibald 1-0-2

Saint Joseph’s (14-8)

Dufour, Makkinie, Drake 2-0-4, Grigware 4-6-14, Young 5-0-13, Lamb 1-0-2, Shufelt 2-0-5, Parent 5-0-10, Moore 1-0-2, McDevitt 3-0-8, Geel 4-1-9, Hendrix 2-0-4

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

Halftime:Saint Joseph’s 38-9

Thomas 94, Lyndon 85

At Waterville, Karin Bird led five Thomas College players in double figures with 34 points as the Terriers topped Lyndon State College Saturday.

Kellie Martel tallied 23 points for Thomas while Alexis Evans scored 12.

Lyndon (10-11)

Barclay 3-0-8, LaFont 2-0-6, White 6-6-20, Buck 1-0-2, Lawson 9-1-19, McConkey 0-5-5, Diltz 1-2-4, Martin 1-2-4, Sanchez 5-4-17, Adams

Thomas (8-12)

Evans 4-4-12, Martel 7-2-23, Bird 9-16-34, Blankey 5-0-10, Allen 2-0-5, Matchett 3-3-10, Hutchins, Thibodeau

3-pt. goals:Barclay 2, LaFont 2, White 2, Sanchez 3; Martel 7, Allen, Matchett

Halftime:Thomas 51-39

RIC 69, Southern Maine 57

At Providence, R.I., Rachel Riley and Stephanie Coro scored 21 points apiece to propel Rhode Island College by the University of Southern Maine Saturday.

Courtney Cochran paced the Huskies with 22 points and 16 rebounds. Renee Nicholas chipped in with 11 points.

Southern Maine (15-8)

Cochran 8-6-22, Nicholas 4-3-11, McNamara 3-0-7, DeMillo 0-2-2, Jordan 1-2-5, Garland, Rivet 2-0-4, Callendar, Rousseau 0-2-2, Dixon 2-0-4

RIC (16-6)

Riley 8-5-21, Girard, Coro 8-2-21, Harrington 2-6-10, O’Dell 5-1-12, Saccoccio, Tarr 0-3-3, Prusko, Morissette 1-0-2

3-pt. goals:McNamara, Jordan; Coro 3, O’Dell

Halftime:RIC 34-22

UNE 76, Colby-Sawyer 73

At New London, N.H., Margo Russell scored 15 of her career-high 26 points in the second half to spark the University of New England by Colby-Sawyer College Saturday.

Kelley Paradis posted 21 points for the Nor’easters while Liz LeBlanc added 12.

UNE (17-6)

Pelletier 0-6-6, Paradis 7-5-21, Russell 8-6-26, Meszaros 2-2-6, LeBlanc 4-1-12, Cianciolo 0-2-2, Mroz, Suggs, Libby

Colby-Sawyer (12-10)

Gisonno 3-0-6, Bullett 4-4-13, Stravinsky 6-3-18, DeSanty 6-1-16, Meserve 2-0-4, Moulton, Fruzzetti 2-0-5, Fifield 2-0-4, Lehr 3-1-7

3-pt. goals:Paradis 2, Russell 4, LeBlanc 3; Bullett, Stravinsky 3, DeSanty 3, Fruzzetti

Halftime:Colby-Sawyer 38-32

MMA 67, Green Mountain 27

At Poultney, Vt., Samantha Goda registered 11 points to lead Maine Maritime Academy by Green Mountain College Saturday.

Leah Jackson chipped in with nine points and 19 rebounds for the Mariners.

Maine Maritime (14-9)

Rodriguez 2-0-5, Smith 2-2-6, Pushard 3-2-8, Severance, Goda 3-5-11, Knights 1-1-3, Flannery 1-0-2, Jones, Dufour 1-0-3, Stahl 3-0-6, McCloskey 3-1-9, Hunt 2-0-4, Jackson 4-1-9, Everest 0-1-1

Green Mountain (3-19)

Mullins, Belessis, Paul, Caster 3-0-8, Hopper 3-1-7, Malkin 2-0-4, Cojohari, Pease 2-2-6, Furneaux 1-0-2

3-pt. goals:Rodriguez, Dufour, McCloskey 2; Caster 2

Halftime:MMA 35-19

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