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Mass. College Lax: Tenney Records A Hat Trick In BU Setback To Navy

By NoontimeSports.com 

Courtesy of the Boston University athletic communication office, here’s this afternoon’s release from the men’s lacrosse contest against Navy:

BOSTON – Redshirt freshman Sam Tenney notched a hat trick and freshman Christian Carson-Banister made 12 saves, but the Boston University men’s lacrosse team dropped a 13-7 decision at Navy on Saturday afternoon at Nickerson Field.

Three Terriers combined to provide the BU (1-8, 1-4 PL) goals, as Tenney tallied three while freshmen Ryan Johnston and Cal Dearth each scored a pair. Dearth also added two assists for a four-point afternoon. Freshman Sam Talkow won 11 faceoffs and collected the first two assists of his collegiate career to go along with a game-high eight ground balls. Sophomore Sammy Davis also had an assist, as did freshmen Adam Schaal and Craig Zebrowski.

Navy (4-5, 3-3 PL) outshot BU, 12-2, in the opening quarter but Johnston opened the scoring with 6:05 to play off a feed from Dearth during the first extra-man opportunity of the contest. After Navy scored to tie the game, 1-1, the Terriers regained the lead just seven seconds later with 2:45 remaining in the quarter. Talkow cleanly won a faceoff, raced into the box and quickly dished to Tenney, who fired a shot past John Connors. The Mids scored with eight seconds left in the first quarter to tie the game before getting their first lead of the game, 3-2, 3:20 into the second stanza.

Dearth leveled the score at 3-3 with 7:31 to play in the first half. Schaal was behind the Navy net and sent a pass to Dearth at the top of the box. He fired a shot past Connors for his fifth goal of the year. Carson-Banister then came up with perhaps his best save of the game when he stoned Gabe Voumard from point-blank range while the Terriers were a man-down.

The Mids scored four straight goals to end the quarter and take a 7-3 lead into halftime. Johnston began the third quarter with his team-best 11th goal of the season to make it a 7-4 game. Navy thought it would take a 9-4 lead into the final 15 minutes after scoring with eight seconds left in the third quarter, but Talkow won the ensuing draw and, like in the first quarter, quickly found Tenney for a goal with just three ticks left on the clock.

The Terriers began a comeback attempt with two straight goals to open the fourth quarter. Tenney tallied his 10th marker of the season just 33 seconds in before Zebrowski found Dearth with 10:57 to play to cut the Navy lead to 9-7. That was as close as the Terriers got, however, as the Mids added four more goals to seal the victory.

The teams were nearly even in faceoffs and ground balls, with the Terriers winning 11 of 23 draws and collecting 22 ground balls to Navy’s 24. Freshman Cam Pincus secured a career-high five ground balls while classmate Greg Wozniak secured three ground balls and caused two turnovers.

BU will host Army in the Terriers’ final Patriot League game at Nickerson Field this season. Game time is set for 12 p.m.

Mass. College Lax: 10 Saturday Games To Watch

By NoontimeSports.com 

Happy Saturday to everyone! In honor of another gorgeous day in Massachusetts, we’ve decided to provide a list of great lacrosse games to attend this afternoon.

Make sure to circle back later this evening for recaps, roundups and releases.

Men’s Lacrosse: 

* No. 2 Cornell at Harvard, 1 p.m. — This is a big game for the Crimson, who almost defeated Duke last weekend. Cornell will provide challenges for Harvard’s defense as the attacks and midfielders for the Big Red can dodge and slide quite well. Harvard will need to stop Rob Pannell, who is the nation’s third leading scorer (5.4 points per game).

* UMass at Towson, 1 p.m. — The Minutemen’s offense has been suspect this season, but in an important conference match it’ll be important for them to locate the back of the net.

* Williams at No. 4 Tufts, 1 p.m. — The Jumbos enter today’s tilt on a six-game winning streak, while the Ephs are coming off a tough quadruple overtime setback to Bowdoin.

* Middlebury at Amherst, 2 p.m. — This is a big one for the Lord Jeffs, who snapped their three-game skid last weekend with a victory against Hamilton. The Panthers, who’re 7-1, started the current month with a 16-8 victory against New England College.

Women’s Lacrosse: 

* Navy at Holy Cross, 12 p.m. — The Crusaders have done quite well in Patriot League play. Yet, can they improve their mark to 3-1 against Navy?

* No. 9 Stonehill at No. 7 Le Moyne, 12 p.m. — The Skyhawks picked up their seventh win on Wednesday and will attempt to conclude their three-game road trip with a win against the Dolphins.

* So. Conn. State at No. 12 Bentley, 12 p.m. — The Falcons defeated AIC on Wednesday, 16-2, which snapped a two-game skid. Can they carry that momentum into this afternoon’s contest against the Owls?

* BU at Vermont, 1 p.m. — The Terriers haven’t won a game away from Nickerson Field this season, so a victory against their America East foe would be huge.

* Duke at BC, 1 p.m. — This is another big game for the Eagles, who defeated Virginia last weekend, 10-7. Duke enters the contest on a one-game losing streak as the Blue Devils lost to North Carolina last Thursday in overtime.

* No. 10 Amherst at No. 3 Middlebury, 1:30 p.m. — Could the Lord Jeffs pull an upset against the third best team in the land? Amherst is 1-1 against Middlebury in the past two seasons, but the Panthers defeated the Lord Jeffs last season, 8-5.

Mass. College Sports: Wednesday Night Roundup

By NoontimeSports.com 

Another evening of college basketball and hockey are in the books, and below are their summaries.

Men’s Ice Hockey:

Salve Regina 7, Becker College 1 –Peter Gintoli netted three goals and recorded one assist for the Seahawks, while David Graham scored a power play goal for the Ice Hawks in the second period. The loss drops Becker to 1-10-1 in the ECAC Northeast and 10-12-1 overall.

Nichols College 3, Johnson & Wales 0 – Alex Larson recorded his second shutout of the season with 27 saves, while Frank Butler recorded one goal and one assist. With the win, Nichols improves to 15-7-1 overall, 8-3-1 in ECAC Northeast play.

Men’s Basketball:

Boston College 66, Wake Forest 63 – Joe Rahon sank two free throws with seven seconds left, which capped an 8-0 run and provided the Eagles with their 11th win of the season. Patrick Heckmann paced the Eagles with 14 points, while Rahon and Ryan Anderson netted 12 points, respectively.

Delaware 76, Northeastern University 74 (OT) – The Huskies four-game winning streak concluded with their first setback since January. Jonathan Lee paced Northeastern with 23 points and Quincy Ford added 21 points.

UMass Lowell 74, Stonehill College 63 – The River Hawks secured a 12-point lead and never looked back, as they defeated the Skyhawks in Easton. UMass Lowell’s Akeem Williams registered 22 points, five assists and three rebounds in the win, while Jack Cole and Brian Hamor each netted 16 points for Stonehill.

New Haven 70, Assumption College 64 (OT) – Tim Beinert’s tip-in at the buzzer forced an extra session. However, the additional five minutes didn’t help the Hounds, as the Chargers charged past the visitors for their 15th win. Assumption’s Kevin Donahue led all scorers wit 21 points.

MIT 69, WPI 60 – The Engineers from Cambridge ballooned a six-point lead at the break into a nine-point victory. Mitchell Kates led MIT with 16 points, while Marco Coppola registered a game-high 22 points.

Regis College 79, Newbury College 66 – The Pride extended their current winning streak to five games by defeating the second place Nighthawks at home. Newbury’s Tim Young scored a game-high 21 points, while Regis’ Carlos Bermudez-Glean poured in a team-high 18 points.

Women’s Basketball:

Navy 59, Holy Cross 39 – The Crusaders struggled to contain Navy’s Alix Membreno, who finished the contest with 11 points and 11 rebounds, which helped the Midshipmen to their 15th win of the season. Holy Cross’ Christine Ganser led the unit with nine points and four rebounds.

Stonehill College 103, UMass Lowell 93 – Bianca Simmons scored a game-high 35 points, but that wasn’t enough for the visitors, as the Skyhawks soared to their 19th win of the season. Asia Ewing and Tori Faieta each netted 22 points in the win, while Mary Louise Dixon added 19 points.

Assumption College 78, New Haven 69 –Gabrielle Gibson tallied a career-high 32 points, along with 11 rebounds, two assists and two steals as the Hounds defeated the Chargers in Connecticut.

Babson College 71, Clark University 46 – Sarah Collins matched her career-high with 30 points, Kristen Ferola and Alicia Wilde each netted 10 points and the Beavers extended their current winning streak by beating the Cougars. Clark’s Emily Reilly led her unit with 19 points.

Mass. College Sports: Tuesday Night Roundup

By NoontimeSports.com 

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.

Men’s Basketball:

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.

Women’s Basketball:

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.

Daily Noontime – December 10, 2010

Happy Friday! With it being the end of the week, Noontime Sports wants to help kick off your weekend with our Daily Noontime for December 10, 2010, have an awesome and fantastic day/weekend!


* With it being Friday, it can only mean that Sports Illustrated’s Peter King has unveiled his NFL week 14 predictions, so without further ado, let us ask the question, did he pick your team to win?

* After an important Thursday win for the Colts, who beat the Titans, 30-28, is it fair to say that Peyton Manning deserves to be in contention for the MVP award?

* Despite the four fines that Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison has endured all season, will it affect his play going forward and into the playoffs?

* The NFL is still contemplating the idea of creating an 18-game schedule, which could or could not make the league more enjoyable.

* With the baseball Winter Meetings coming to a close, which team will be able to land the free agent pitcher by the name of Cliff Lee?

* The NBA, who will face a labor agreement issues following the current season is considering and contemplating the idea of bringing a professional squad to Louisville.

* Army and Navy will be playing football against one another this weekend, who will win and why? Here is a possible solution to this question!

* Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban has deemed the Miami Heat the best team in the NBA.

Games to Watch:

* Montreal at Detroit (NHL) – 7:00pm eastern

*Oklahoma City at New Orleans (NBA) – 8:00pm eastern

* L.A. Lakers at Chicago (NBA) – 8:00pm eastern

* Atlanta at San Antonio (NBA) – 8:30pm eastern

* Tampa Bay at Edmonton (NHL) – 9:00pm eastern

* Orlando at Utah (NBA) – 9:00pm eastern

Video of the Day:

Never try to dunk the ball from the foul line, unless… you can dunk it from the foul line. That should be a rule!