Mass. College Hoops: NE-10 Quarterfinals Roundup

By NoontimeSports.com 

A few local squads competed in today’s Northeast-10 Conference Quarterfinals and below is their outcomes and summaries.

Men’s Basketball

St. A’s 79, Bentley 78: Roy Mabrey‘s jumper with 11 seconds remaining provided St. A’s with the lead for good as the Hawks edged the Falcons in Manchester. Tyler McFarland led Bentley with 20 points, as well as recorded eight rebounds, three blocks, two steals and one assist, while Alex Furness registered eight points, seven rebounds, five assists, one steal and one block.

Women’s Basketball

Assumption 61, New Haven 58: Jamie Insel recorded three straight layups during the final four minutes, while Shannon Ray and Caitlin Ackerman combined for the final three points as the Greyhounds defeated the Chargers in Connecticut. Ray recorded a team-best 21 points, while Insel finished with a double-double of 14 points and 10 rebounds.

Stonehill 75, AIC 60: Tori Faieta recorded a double-double of 13 points and 10 rebounds, along with four assists and four blocks as the Skyhawks soared past the Yellow Jackets in Easton. Stonehill’s Mary Louise Dixon led all scorers with 22 points, while Alyssa Roach paced AIC with 13 points.

Bentley 77, Le Moyne 51: Lauren Battista and Jacqui Brugliera combined for 25 points, 18 rebounds, seven assists, four steals and one block as the Falcons defeated the Dolphins in Waltham.

Mass. College Football: Saturday Scoreboard

By NoontimeSports.com 

Here are the results from this afternoon’s contests.

* Boston College 38, NC State 21

* Harvard 38, Penn 30

* Akron 14, UMass 13

* Bentley 56, St. A’s 41

* New Haven 27, Assumption 17

* Merrimack 35, So. Conn. 24

* AIC 27, Stonehill 17 (Northeast-10 Conference Championship)

* Mount Ida 6, Husson 0

* Springfield College 35, WPI 21

* Framingham State 36, Worcester State 0

* Bridgewater State 45, Mass. Maritime 20 (35th Annual Cranberry Bowl)

* West Conn. 37, Westfeld State 0

* Fitchburg State 41, Plymouth State 30

* Curry College 54, Maine Maritime 38

* WNE 62, Nichols 37

* MIT 48, Coast Guard 31

* Endicott 24, Salve Regina 0 (NEFC Championship)

Mass. College Hockey: Friday Night Roundup

By Matt Noonan 

Here are the scores and highlights from last night’s men’s and women’s hockey games.

Men’s Hockey

Providence 1, Merrimack 0: Noel Acciari‘s second goal of the season proved to be the difference as the Friars defeated the Warriors in North Andover.

Boston College 5, Boston University 1: Johnny Gaudreau recorded a first period goal along with two assists as the Eagles beat the Terriers at Boston University.

New Hampshire 4, Massachusetts 1: Steven Iacobellis evened the game at 1-1 in the first period, but that was the closest the Minutemen got as the Wildcats added three more goals — one in the second, two in the third — to secure the win.

St. Lawrence 3, Harvard 1: Jimmy Vesey recorded a power play goal in the second, but that wasn’t enough to jumpstart a Crimson comeback.

American International 8, Bentley 7: Jon Puskar recorded two goals and three assists, which helped the Yellow Jackets win a wild contest in Watertown.

New England College 2, UMass Boston 1: Jeremy Finger‘s power play goal in the second wasn’t enough to jumpstart a rally as the Beacons dropped their first game of the season in Boston.

Babson 3, St. A’s 1: Michael Phillips‘ second period strike provided the Beavers with the lead for good as Babson picked up its second win of the season.

Women’s Hockey

Harvard 3, St. Lawrence 2: Dylanne Crugnale registered two assists as the Crimson defeated the Saints.

Boston College 6, Vermont 1: Emily Field netted her fourth and fifth goals of the season as the Eagles defeated the Catamounts in Vermont.

Franklin Pierce 4, UMass Boston 2: Alyssa Sullivan recorded two points (one goal, one assist), but that wasn’t enough to lift the Beacons to victory.

Mass. College Football: Afternoon Scoreboard

By NoontimeSports.com 

Here are the results from Saturday’s early contest.

(QUICK NOTE: We will have the later contests posted as soon as they go final).

* Princeton 51, Harvard 48 (3OT)

* Lafayette 41, Holy Cross 23

* Western Michigan 31, UMass 30

* North Carolina 34, Boston College 10

* Stonehill 38, LIU Post 28

* AIC 41, St. A’s 21

* Merrimack 40, Bentley 34

* Assumption 55, Pace 21

* Mount Ida 36, Becker 25

* Merchant Marine 26, WPI 14

* Mass. Maritime 34, UMass Dartmouth 21

* Framingham State 41, Plymouth State 9

* Bridgewater State 26, Westfield State 20

* West Conn. 55, Worcester State 35

* Springfield 21, St. Lawrence 20

* Maine Maritime 63, Nichols 52

* Endicott 33, Coast Guard 7

* MIT 17, WNE 14

* Amherst 17, Tufts 7

* Williams 24, Hamilton 0

Mass. College Football: Afternoon Scoreboard

By NoontimeSports.com 

The early afternoon games are in the books and below are the scores.

* Harvard 35, Lafayette 16

* Colgate 28, Holy Cross 24

* Stonehill 29, New Haven 26

* Merrimack 51, St. A’s 9

* AIC 42, Bentley 14

* Mt. Ida 56, Anna Maria 34

* Husson 19, Becker 18

* WNE 33, Union 30

* UMass Dartmouth 34, Worcester State 33

* Bridgewater State 56, Plymouth State 28

* Westfield State 37, Mass. Maritime 27

* Wesleyan 20, Amherst 14

* Williams 49, Tufts 35