Mass. College Sports: Tuesday Night Roundup
There were some exciting and interesting outcomes in the college basketball and hockey world on Tuesday, and below are those game summaries.
Women’s Ice Hockey:
Northeastern University 4, Boston College 3 – Katie MacSorley’s eighth strike of the season proved to be the difference, as the Huskies skated past the Eagles and earned their 16th Boston Beanpot championship at historic Matthews Arena.
Harvard 3, Boston University 0 – Samantha Reber finished the Beanpot consolation match with three points (one goal, two assists), as the Crimson defeated the Terriers. The loss marked the first time Boston University had dropped two straight games this season and also the first time they’ve finished fourth in the tournament.
Holy Cross 66, Navy 57 – The Crusaders tallied 43 of their 66 points in the first half, which helped them go onto to defeat the visitors in Worcester. Justin Burrell led Holy Cross with a team-high 14 points, while Dave Dudzinski added 13 points and pulled down eight boards. The Crusaders are now 11-13 overall, 3-6 in the Patriot League.
St. Michaels 66, Bentley University 62 – Jasper Grassa and Tyler McFarland combined for 44 points, but that wasn’t enough to help the Falcons get past the Purple Knights in Waltham.
Amherst College 104, Middlebury 101 (3OT) – Willy Workman scored 30 points; Peter Kaasila netted 29 points, and the Lord Jeffs outlasted the Panthers in triple-overtime to earn their 16th consecutive win.
Williams College 68, Trinity College 47 – Nate Robertson scored a game-high 19 points, which lifted the Ephs to their 23rd victory of the season.
Westfield State 77, Framingham State 59 – Tyrone Figueroa netted a game-high 31 points, but that didn’t help the Rams top the Owls on Senior Night. Lee Vasquez paced the visitors with 28 points and eight steals.
Bentley University 79, St. Michael’s 49 – Every member of the Falcons squad netted at least two points, as Bentley rolled past St. Michaels and claimed their 22nd win of the season. Kelsey Roberson paced the Falcons with 12 points, while Courtney Finn added 11 points.
Emmanuel College 71, St. Joe’s (CT) 40 – Fiona O’Dwyer filled the stat sheet with 24 points, five rebounds, three assists and one block, which helped the Saints win their 18th game of the season.
Suffolk University 67, Mount Ida College 48 – Jacqueline Vienneau finished the game with 20 points, seven rebounds, five assists, and five steals, as the Rams defeated the Mustangs in Boston.
Bridgewater State 87, Salem State 55 – The Bears picked up their seventh consecutive win by downing the Vikings in Bridgewater. Michaela Cosby filled the stat sheet with 19 points, six rebounds, six steals, three assists and one block, while Elisha Homich recorded 16 points, six assists, three steals and two boards.
East Nazarene 56, Curry College 52 (OT) – Kylie Beltz netted a game-high 19 points, but that wasn’t enough, as the Lions stunned the Colonels in Quincy.