Mass. College Hoops: NE-10 Conference Tourney Roundup


The Northeast-10 quarterfinals are officially in the books and below are highlights from each local contest.

Men’s Basketball

St. A’s 98, UMass Lowell 85 – Akeem Williams matched Saint Anselm’s Mike McCahey for a game-best 27 points, but that wasn’t enough to help the River Hawks defeat the top-seeded Hawks in Manchester, New Hampshire. Antonio Bivins and Mike Cornelius each netted 15 points for UMass Lowell, while Chad Holley added 12 points.

Saint Rose 67, Assumption College 64 – For the second straight game, the Golden Knights upset a top seed as Saint Rose topped second seeded Assumption in Worcester. Saint Rose relied on some clutch shots down the stretch and All-Conference First Team member Dominykas Milka, who registered 15 points and 12 boards in the win. Terrence Bobb-Jones paced the Hounds with 16 points.

Women’s Basketball 

Bentley 89, Adelphi 80 – The Falcons tied a school record for points in a half with 62 to overcome a 12 point deficit at the break. Courtney Finn,  Lauren Battista and Jacqui Brugliera combined for 61 points and 25 rebounds, which helped Bentley secure a spot in the conference semifinals for the 30th time in 32 years.

Assumption College 80, New Haven 66 – Gabrielle Gibson filled the stat sheet with a game-best 21 points, along with seven rebounds, four assists and two steals as the Hounds topped the Chargers in Worcester.

Merrimack College 77, Stonehill College 72 – Chloe Rothman registered a game-best 23 points off the bench to power the Warriors past the second-seeded Skyhawks. Merrimack’s Allison Wagner netted 13 points off the bench, while Stonehill’s Tori Faieta finished with 13 points and 12 rebounds.

Franklin Pierce 84, UMass Lowell 69 – Bianca Simmons tallied a game-best 28 points, but that was enough for the River Hawks to defeat the Ravens in Lowell. Franklin Pierce’s Tiffany Johnson finished with 20 points and 10 boards.

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