Husson men roll past UM-Farmington

Posted Feb. 15, 2011, at 9:59 p.m.
Last modified Feb. 16, 2011, at 12:25 a.m.

BANGOR — Jay Uhrin scored 23 points and Josh Jones added 21 points and 11 rebounds as Husson University earned an 85-60 North Atlantic Conference men’s basketball victory over the University of Maine-Farmington Tuesday night.

Daeshawn McMorrin added 18 points, 10 rebounds and four assists for the Eagles.

Pet Sumner paced the Beavers with 14 points, while Yusef Iman added eight points.

UM-Farmington (10-12)

M. Gingras, Burdin 1-4-6, T. Gingras 1-0-2, Carson 1-0-3, Sumner 4-4-14, Iman 2-4-8, Dean 0-2-2, Johnson 0-2-2, Gerrish 2-0-4, Keene 1-0-2, Kane 3-0-7, Hasson 3-0-6, Clemmer, Leal 0-1-1, Tracy 1-0-3

Husson (18-5)

Zaharchuk 1-5-7, Modica 1-0-2, Spaulding 1-0-2, McMorrin 6-6-18, Hughes, Libby 2-0-5, Byton 1-0-2, Jones 7-5-21, Fleming, Cook 2-1-5, Murphy, Klages, Uhrin7-6-23

3-pt. goals: Sumner, Carson, Kane, Tracy; Uhrin 3, Jones 2, Libby

Halftime: Husson 43-28

Thomas 83, MMA 65

At Margaret Chase Smith Gymnasium in Castine, the Terriers poured in 52 first-half points to built a 22-point lead and cruise to victory over the Mariners.

Andrew Duncanson scored 20 points to lead Thomas College of Waterville, while Jarrad DeVaughn tossed in 17. Franklin Salvador netted 16 points and Isaiah Brathwaite contributed 11 points and 10 rebounds.

Paul Campbell paced Maine Maritime Academy with a game-high 22 points. Dom Drake contributed 16 points, eight rebounds and five assists.

Thomas (12-10)

Salvador 5-2-16, Grenne Jr. 2-0-5, Newton, Juco 2-1-6, Duncanson 8-3-20, Dorsey 2-0-4, Brathwaite 3-4-11, Nutter 2-0-4, Manzo, DeVaughn 4-9-17

Maine Maritime (9-13)

Drake 4-7-16, Baker, Campbell 10-0-22, Baribeau, Russell 2-0-5, Ball 2-0-5, Backus 1-0-2, Pineo, Eaton, Bell 2-2-7, Alexander, Taylor, Meklin 1-0-2, Dostie 1-4-6

3-pt. goals: Salvador 4, Grenne Jr. Juco, Duncanson, Brathwaite; Drake, Campbell 2, Russell, Ball, Bell

Halftime: Thomas 52-30

So. Maine 72, UMass Boston 54

At Hill Gymnasium in Gorham, the University of Southern Maine Huskies used a balanced scoring attack to record their 10th victory.

Otis Smith scored 15 points for the winners, Mike Poulin added 13, Chris Pagentine put in 12 and Alex Kee netted 11. Smith also grabbed 12 rebounds and Poulin had seven assists.

Michael Mitchell Jr. paced UMass Boston with 13 points.

UMass Boston (8-16)

Mitchell Jr. 4-5-13, Bentley 3-0-7, Cisse 1-0-2, THomas, Anderson 0-2-2, Ebbs, Fukata 2-0-5, Jenkins 2-6-10, Joseph 3-1-7, Reddick 2-0-4, Coulter 1-2-4

Southern Maine (10-14)

Chambers 2-0-4, Jellison 1-0-2, Pollock 2-0-5, Smith 6-1-15, Forcier 1-1-3, Zolper, Kee 2-7-11, Sullivan, Pagentine 5-1-12, Poulin 2-8-13, Sullivan 1-0-2, Cushman, Wilson 1-0-2, Jackson 1-1-3

3-pt. goals: Bentley, Fukata; Pollock, SMith 2, Pagentine, Poulin

Halftime: USM 42-22

SUNY-Canton 85, UMPI 80 (OT)

At Canton, N.Y., Khalid Vaughn scored on a layup to force overtime and finished with 21 points to lead the State University of New York-Canton by the University of Maine-Presque Isle.

Clifford McDonald netted 36 points and grabbed 17 rebounds for the Owls. Kyle Corrigan chipped in with 14 points.

Women’s basketball

Husson 73, UMF 61

At Newman Gym in Bangor, Kelli Murray scored 16 points and pulled down 13 rebounds to spark the Eagles to victory over the Beavers.

Bethany Sevey tossed in 13 points and Marissa Albert netted 11 for Husson.

Kenni Norton led the University of Maine-Farmington with 16 points, while Paige Saunders logged a double-double with 12 points and 10 rebounds. Ashley Busque tallied 15 points.

UM-Farmington (14-10)

Saunders 6-0-12, Morrison, Ross 3-0-8, Oliver 2-0-5, Gordon 1-0-2, Busque 4-4-15, Norton 7-1-16, Clement 0-1-1, Graffam

Husson (13-11)

Sevey 4-2-13, K. Murray 7-1-16, Albert 3-2-11, Butterfield 3-2-8, Gifford 3-2-8, Lincoln 4-0-9, Comstock 1-1-3, Hanscom 0-2-2, Duke, McGee 1-1-3

3-pt. goals: Ross 2, Oliver, Busque 3, Norton; Sevey 3, K. Murray, Albert 3, Lincoln

Halftime: Husson 37-29

EMCC 65, NHTI 38

At Bangor, Sarah Long had 19 points and 13 rebounds to lead fourth-ranked Eastern Maine Community College to victory over No. 5 New Hampshire Technical Institute in a Yankee Small College Conference quarterfinal.

Kristina Scoville added 17 points and 11 rebounds for the Golden Eagles, while Dani Ross scored 13 points and Caroline Weymouth had eight points and nine rebounds.

Renee McCarthy led NHTI with 10 points.

NHTI (13-14)

Mahala 1-2-4, McCarthy 3-2-10, Towle 3-0-8, Harris 0-7-7, Hardiman 1-1-3, Carr 2-2-6, Niswander, Griggs, Huppe

Eastern Maine CC (11-6)

Scoville 6-1-17, Ross 5-1-13, Batchelder 3-0-6, Levesque 1-0-2, Weymouth 2-4-8, Long 8-3-19, Hurlbert

3-pt. goals: McCarthy 2, Towle 2; Scoville 4, Ross 2

Halftime: EMCC 33-22

So. Maine 59, UMass Boston 42

At Gorham, Courtney Cochran netted 16 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to power the University of Southern Maine Huskies by the University of Massachusetts Boston.

Becky Dixon chipped in with 10 points for the Huskies.

Senteria Renwicks paced the Beacons with a game-high 21 points.

UMass Boston (13-11)

Ogawa, Rattigan 1-0-2, Mosley 4-2-12, Renwicks 5-6-21, Brown 1-0-2, Dow 1-0-2, Hooper, Rurycz, McAdams 1-1-3

USM (16-8)

Nicholas 2-5-9, McNamara, DeMillo 3-2-9, Cochran 6-4-16, Dixon 4-2-10, Garland 2-0-6, Rivet 0-1-1, Callendar, Stevens, Fox 1-0-2, Jordan 2-0-4, Craffey, Rousseau, Reid 1-0-2

3-pt. goals:Mosley 2, Renwicks 5, McAdams; DeMillo, Garland 2

Halftime:USM 26-24

MMA 66, Thomas 50

At Margaret Chase Smith Gymnasium in Castine, Leah Jackson scored 12 points and hauled down 19 rebounds to power the Mariners to victory.

Maggie Smith scored 16 points and Courtney Dufour tallied 11 for Maine Maritime Academy. Sam Goda contributed nine points and 12 rebounds.

Karen Bird tossed in a game-high 21 points to pace Thomas College of Waterville. Mallorie Blakney and Kellie Martel posted 13 and 10 points, respectively.

Thomas (8-13)

Evans 0-1-1, Martel 3-2-10, Bird 7-6-21, Blakney 4-4-13, Matchett 1-1-3, Allen 0-2-2, Hutchins

Maine Maritime (15-9)

Smith 7-0-16, Pushard 0-2-2, Goda 2-5-9, Flannery 1-0-2, Jones 2-0-4, Dufour 1-0-2, Stahl 5-1-11, McCloskey, Hunt, Jackson 4-3-12, Everst 3-1-8

3-pt. goals: Martel 2, Bird, Blakney; Smith 2, Jackson, Everest

Halftime: MMA 33-25

St. Joe’s 61, Emerson 51

At Standish, Ashley Geel put in 17 points to lead St. Joseph’s past Emerson.

Allie Parent contributed 13 points and Mackenzie Dufour 10 for the Monks.

Kathy Andrade paced Emerson with 15 points.

Emerson (9-15) 51

Andrade 6-3-15, DiNucci 4-0-10, Chojnicki 3-4-10, Connors 2-2-6, Norton 2-1-5, Sherman 1-0-3, Smeaton 1-0-2, Farino, Wyman

St. Joseph’s (15-8) 61

Geel 8-1-17, Parent 6-0-13, Dufour 3-4-10, Young 2-2-7, McDevitt 2-2-6, Grigware 1-2-4, Moore 1-0-2, Drake 0-2-2, Hendrix, Shufelt

3-pt. goals: DiNucci 2, Sherman; Young, Parent

Halftime: Emerson 27-25

SUNY-Canton 69, UMPI 54

At Canton, N.Y., Ilijana Todorovic collected 16 points and 10 rebounds to lead the State University of New York-Canton by the University of Maine-Presque Isle.

Renee Moore paced the Owls with 12 points off the bench while Julie Peers chipped in with 10 points.

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