UMPI women split weekend games

Posted Jan. 23, 2011, at 9:11 p.m.

PRESQUE ISLE — Rachell Saucier scored a game-high 14 points in leading the University of Maine at Presque Isle women’s basketball team to a 70-31 win over Fisher College Sunday.

State University of New York at Canton topped UMPI on Saturday 64-58.

On Sunday, Emily Pelletier added 10 points for UMPI.

On Saturday, Shannon LaFave led the Roos with 16 points while Saucier paced UMPI with 17 points.

Sunday’s Game

Fisher

Bernard 3-1-9, McFadden 1-0-2, Beckman 1-1-3, Hyatt 1-1-3, Woolley 2-3-7, Gilbert, Morency 2-1-5, McDonnell 0-2-2

UM-Presque Isle

E. Moore 1-0-2, Saucier 7-0-14, Pelletier 4-0-10, Albag 4-0-9, Korhonen 3-1-7, Hudson 1-0-2, Peers 3-1-7, R. Moore 3-0-6, McNally 2-0-4, Fleming 2-0-4, Kaplan 2-0-5

3-pt. goals: Bernard 2; Pelletier 2, Albag, Kaplan

Halftime: UMPI 32-14

Saturday’s Game

SUNY Canton

Crump 1-0-2, Small 2-2-8, Kenyon 2-2-6, Shoen, LaFave 7-2-16, McGlynn 2-2-7, Bush, Maynard 2-5-11, Sedlacek 3-0-7, Lottie 3-1-7

UM-Presque Isle

E. Moore 1-2-4, Saucier 8-1-17, Pelletier 4-2-13, Peers 1-1-3, Korhonen 2-1-5, Quint, Hudson 0-2-2, Albag, R. Moore 2-4-8, McNally 1-2-4, Fleming 1-0-2, Kaplan

3-pt. goals: Small 2, McGlynn, Sedlacek; Pelletier 3

Halftime: 29-29

UMFK 56, SUNY Canton 39

At Fort Kent, the University of Maine at Fort Kent outscored the State University of New York at Canton 28-15 in the first half to pull away to victory Sunday.

Angela Norsworthy led the Bengals with 13 points and 10 rebounds. Jenn Colpitts also scored 13 points.

SUNY Canton (5-9)

McGlynn 0-1-1, Small 2-0-6, Kenyon, Crump, LaFave 6-4-16, Todorovic 4-2-10, Bush, Shoen, Maynard 1-0-2, Sedlacek, Vibbard 1-0-2, Lottie 1-0-2

UM-Fort Kent (7-10)

Colpitts 5-2-13, Garrison 3-2-9, Land 1-0-3, Norsworthy 2-9-13, Caesar 2-0-4, Tracy 0-3-3, Waltz, Boucher 2-0-5, Young 3-0-6

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

Halftime: UMFK 28-15

St. Joe”s 74, Simmons 56

At Standish, Megan McDevitt scored 19 points as Saint Joseph’s College topped Simmons College Saturday.

Ashley Geel had 13 points for the Monks and Lindsay Moore chipped in 10 points and seven rebounds.

Simmons (7-10)

May 3-1-9, Acloque 1-0-2, Dolloff 4-0-12, E. Thomas 3-4-10, Lantagne 3-1-7, J. Thomas 1-0-3, Davis 2-4-9, Perera 1-0-2, Fish 0-2-2, Kostopoulos

St. Joseph’s (11-6)

Dufour 1-3-5, Drake 2-0-5, Parent 1-4-7, McDevitt 6-1-19, Geel 6-1-13, Makkinje, Grigware 2-1-5, Young 1-0-2, Lamb, Shufelt 2-4-8, Moore 4-2-10, Hendrix

3-pt. goals: Dolloff 4, May 2, J. Thomas, Davis; McDevitt 6, Parent, Drake

Halftime: St. Joseph’s 41-23

So. Maine 74, WCSU 53

At Gorham, junior Courtney Cochran scored a career-high 21 points and grabbed 17 rebounds in lifting the University of Southern Maine over Little East Conference-leading Western Connecticut State University Saturday.

Kaylie DeMillo had 18 points and five assists for the Huskies. Renee Nicholas had 13 points and four steals and Erin McNamara tallied 11 points.

Western Connecticut (14-3)

Brandt 4-0-10, Spera 5-0-11, Slonski 2-3-8, Lee 3-1-8, Teel 6-1-13, Zilnicki, Nkonoki, Murphy, Mone 1-0-3, Eanniello

Southern Maine (11-6)

Nicholas 6-1-13, McNamara 2-6-11, DeMillo 7-2-18, Jordan 2-3-7, Cochran 7-7-21, Garland, Rivet, Callendar, Stevens, Rousseau, Reid, Dixon 2-0-4

3-pt. goals: Brandt 2, Spera, Slonski, Lee, Mone; DeMillo 2, McNamara

Halftime: USM 45-28

Lyndon State 73, UMF 67

At Lyndon Center, Vt., Donna Lawson scored 23 points in helping Lyndon State College outscore the University of Maine at Farmington 43-35 in the second half to earn the win Saturday.

Jillian Ross led the Beavers with 13 points. Emma Morrison had 11 points and Holly Oliver scored 10 points.

UM-Farmington (6-7)

Busque 2-0-6, Norton 3-2-8, Oliver 4-1-10, Morrison 2-6-11, Ross 5-0-13, Gordon 2-0-5, Gagne 1-0-2, Clement 2-2-7, Graffam, Saunders 2-0-4

Lyndon State (5-7)

Barclay 5-0-13, LaFont 3-0-6, White 3-3-11, Buck 0-4-4, Lawson 11-1-23, McConkey 2-7-12, Diltz 1-0-2, Martin, Sanchez 1-0-2, Adams

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

Halftime: UMF 31-30

UM-Fort Kent 66, Fisher 21

At Fort Kent, Taylor Boucher made four of five 3-point attempts and scored 16 points as the University of Maine at Fort Kent cruised past Fisher College Saturday.

Jenn Copitts had 14 points and Angela Norsworthy chipped in 12 points and 11 rebounds for the Bengals.

Fisher (4-11)

Bernard 2-2-8, McFadden, Beckman 2-3-9, Hyatt 1-0-2, Woolley 1-0-2, Gilbert, Hamilton, Morency, Oyaronbi, McDonnell

UM-Fort Kent (6-10)

Colpitts 5-2-14, Garrison, Land 2-0-5, Norsworthy 5-2-12, Caesar, Tracy 3-1-7, Waltz 2-0-4, Boucher 6-0-16, Young 4-0-8

3-pt. goals: Bernard 2, Beckman 2; Boucher 4, Colpitts, Land

Halftime: UMFK 41-11

Bates 77, Bowdoin 56

At Brunswick, Allie Beaulieu led four players in double figures with 16 points as Bates handed Bowdoin  its worse loss in over a decade Saturday.

It’s the Polar Bears’ worst loss since losing to Trinity 65-45 in February of 2000.

Jessie Igoe had 13 points and nine rebounds for Bates. Annie Burns and Taryn O’Connell both had 11 points.

Jill Henrikson netted 29 points for Bowdoin.

Bates (14-5)

Dobish 3-0-6, Beaulieu 7-0-16, Burns 4-0-11, McCall 4-0-9, Igoe 6-1-13, Kelly 2-1-5, O’Connell 4-3-11, Hawkins 3-0-6

Bowdoin (14-3)

Donahoe 1-1-3, Henrikson 9-5-29, Bergeron 1-2-5, Barry 2-0-4, Sweeney 0-1-1, Hackett, Piscina, Coombes 3-0-6, Gould 3-0-7, Prohl 0-1-1

3-pt. goals: Burns 3, Beaulieu 2, McCall; Henrikson 6, Bergeron, Gould

Halftime: Bates 40-25

Colby 67, Tufts 54

At Waterville, Jayde Bennett had her first collegiate double-double with 11 points and 11 rebounds as Colby College beat Tufts University Saturday.

Julianne Kowalski had 13 points for Colby. Kelly Potvin had 12 points as Jil Vaughan and Rachael Mack both scored 10 points.

Tufts (12-3)

Moynihan 5-5-16, Clegg 4-0-10, Kornegay 4-0-8, Dufault 3-0-7, Rocchi 1-3-5, McClure 1-1-4, Nolet 1-0-2, Tye 0-2-2, Weiner, Miller

Colby (12-3)

Kowalski 5-3-13, Potvin 3-6-12, Bennett 2-7-11, Vaughan 3-4-10, Mack 5-0-10, Ritchie 2-0-6, McLaughlin 1-0-3, Manduca 0-2-2, Nale

3-pt. goals: Clegg 2, Dufault, McClure, Moynihan; Ritchie 2, McLaughlin

Halftime: Colby 30-27

UMM 78, Vermont Tech 49

At Machias, the University of Maine at Machias outscored Vermont Tech 47-22 in the second half to earn its 10th win Saturday.

Sabree Rodriguez led the Clippers with 30 points and 10 rebounds. Kayla Wood had 13 points, seven assists and six steals. Dana Houghton had 16 rebounds and four steals and Danielle Wormell scored 10 points.

UM-Machias (10-7)

Wakefield 7-8-22, Carpenter 2-0-4, Vellek 3-0-9, Scholten 1-3-5, Fusco 2-0-4, Cherrier, Ward 1-1-3, Hartman 1-0-2

Vermont Tech (5-11)

Rodriguez 14-1-30, Pringle 2-4-8, Wood 5-2-13, LeGallais 3-1-7, Houghton 3-0-6, Frey, Wormell 3-1-10, Nicely, Shultz, Hare 1-0-2, Latimer 1-0-2

3-pt. goals: Vellek 3; Wormell 3, Rodriguez, Wood

Halftime: UMM 31-27

Castleton 71, MMA 61

At Castine, Christine Jaques scored 18 second-half points to power Castleton State to victory over Maine Maritime Academy Saturday.

Alexis Bennett led the Mariners with 11 points. Samantha Goda had eight points, 10 rebounds and four steals.

Castleton (8-7)

Jaques 6-2-18, Conway 3-0-8, Bull, Johnson 1-0-2, Bolognani 3-3-11, Powers 4-1-9, Race 1-2-4, Leonard 4-7-15, Dunchus 1-2-4

Maine Maritime (9-6)

Bennett 5-0-11, Smith 2-1-7, Pushard 1-0-3, Goda 3-2-8, Flannery, Dufour 1-0-3, Stahl 2-2-6, McCloskey 1-2-5, Hunt 1-0-3, Jackson 2-3-7, Everest 4-0-8

3-pt. goals: Jaques 4, Conway 2, Bolognani 2; Smith 2, Bennett, Pushard, Dufour, McCloskey, Hunt

Halftime: Castleton 23-22

Husson 95, Green Mountain 43

At Bangor, Bethany Sevey scored 15 points as Husson University topped Green Mountain College Saturday to improve to 4-0 in North Atlantic Conference play.

Stephanie Comstock had 14 points and 11 rebounds for the Eagles. Noelle Lincoln also scored 14 points and Amanda Giffod added 13 points.

Green Mountain (2-11)

Paul 5-0-14, Caster 1-0-2, Hopper 3-1-7, Mullins, Malkin, Furneaux, Cojohari, Belessis, Pease 8-3-19

Husson (5-9)

Comstock 4-6-14, Albert 0-7-7, Lincoln 6-0-14, Gifford 6-1-13, Duke, Murray 1-0-2, Sevey 6-1-15, Murray 2-0-4, Massengale 1-3-5, McGee 2-1-5, Carroll 3-0-7, Butterfield 4-0-9

3-pt. goals: Paul 4; Lincoln 2, Sevey 2, Carroll, Butterfield

Halftime: Husson 34-17

EMCC wins two

Sarah Long scored 18 points and grabbed 17 rebounds in leading Eastern Maine Community College of Bangor to a 63-19 victory over Hampshire College Sunday at Hampshire, Mass.

The Golden Eagles (5-5) also beat Nashua Community College 75-32 Saturday at Nashua, N.H.

On Sunday, Caroline Weymouth added 17 points and 11 rebounds for EMCC. Angela Levesque scored 13 points and Kristina Scoville added 12 points.

On Saturday, Scoville led EMCC with 26 points. Weymouth scored 21 points and Sarah Long chipped in 10 points.

Sunday’s Game

EMCC

Scoville 5-0-12, Levesque 6-0-13, Weymouth 6-3-17, Hurlbert 1-0-2, Long 7-4-18, Young, Batchelder

Hampshire College

Smartt 2-0-4, Berkel 2-1-5, Wood 2-0-4, Sofo 1-1-3, Waters 1-0-2, Mooring 0-1-1

3-pt. goals: Scoville 2, Weymouth 2

Halftime: EMCC 25-11

Saturday’s Game

EMCC

Batchelder 2-0-5, Scoville 9-6-26, Levesque 4-0-8, Weymouth 10-0-21, Young 2-0-4, Hurlbert 0-1-1, Long 5-0-10

Nashua CC

Walley 3-7-13, L. Doyle 1-0-2, Pinak 5-1-11, La Rosa 3-0-6, M. Doyle

3-pt. goals: Scoville 2, Batchelder

Halftime: EMCC 31-19

Thomas 78, Johnson St. 49

At Johnson, Vt., Karin Bird totaled 24 points and went 14-for-14 from the free throw line in leading Thomas College past Johnson State College Saturday.

Kellie Martel had 15 points for Thomas. Mallorie Blakney scored 13 points and Bird added 10 rebounds.

Thomas (6-8)

Thibodeau 0-1-1, Blakney 1-11-13, Evans, Bird 5-14-24, Allen 1-0-2, Hutchins 0-3-3, Martel 5-0-15, Sheeran, Kidd 1-1-3, Matchett 5-3-17

Johnson State (4-10)

McCullock, Swainbank 0-1-1, Grover 2-1-5, Lavoie 1-0-2, Hughes 3-0-6, Lepage 2-4-8, Roussin, Ferrari 5-7-18, Deuell 4-0-8, Lilligreen, Himberg, Tatro 0-1-1

3-pt. goals: Martell 5, Matchett 4; Ferrari

Halftime: Thomas 34-29

Women’s hockey

Connecticut 3, Maine 1

At Orono, Brittany Murphy netted two goals as the University of Connecticut topped the University of Maine during Saturday’s “Skating Strides Against Breast Cancer” game.

Kelly Horan scored what proved to be the winning goal for the 12-13-1 Huskies 4:27 into the second period. Alexandra Garcia stopped 23 of 24 shots.

Brittany Dougherty scored for the 9-13-4 Black Bears off a pass from Jennie Gallo 2:49 into the game. Brittany Ott made 19 saves on 22 shots.

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