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Mass. College Sports: Tuesday Night Roundup

UMass Lowell's Bianca Simmons netted a career-best 45 points on Tuesday against Bentley. (Photo Credit: UMass Lowell Athletics)

UMass Lowell’s Bianca Simmons netted a career-best 45 points on Tuesday against Bentley. (Photo Credit: UMass Lowell Athletics)

By Matt Noonan 

Another night of college basketball and hockey is in the books and below are the highlights.

Men’s Basketball:

Assumption College 68, AIC 63 – Ricky Hudson’s 20 points couldn’t propel the Yellow Jackets past the Hounds as Assumption concluded their regular slate with a five-point victory. Assumption’s Tim Beinert filled the stat sheet with 17 points, six rebounds, three assists and one block. The Hounds earned the second seed in the upcoming Northeast-10 Conference playoffs and will play the winner of Adelphi-Saint Rose on Sunday, March 3 at 4:00 p.m.

Bentley 81, UMass Lowell 70 – Tyler McFarland recorded a double-double with a game-best 29 points and 14 rebounds, which helped the Falcons soar past the River Hawks. UMass Lowell’s Chad Holley finished the contest with 18 points, while Antonio Bivins recorded 13 points and 11 boards. UMass Lowell will return to the hardwood on Friday, March 1 when they host Le Moyne in the first round of the NE-10 tournament.

Merrimack College 69, Franklin Pierce 62 – JT Strickland and Mike Clifford combined for 38 points, while Troy Hammel added nine points off the bench for the Warriors.

St. A’s 70, Stonehill College 52 – Sam Markle netted a team-high 13 points, Adam Fazzini registered 12 points and Jack Cole added 10 points and eight boards, but that wasn’t enough to help the Skyhawks defeat the Hawks. With the win, St. A’s improves to 22-4 overall, 18-4 in NE-10 play. The Hawks earned the number one seed in the NE-10 playoffs and will host the winner of Le Moyne vs. UMass Lowell on Sunday at 3:00 p.m.

Women’s Basketball:

Bentley University 100, UMass Lowell 70 – Bianca Simmons netted a career-best 45 points, but that wasn’t enough as the Falcons defeated the River Hawks in Waltham and finished their third consecutive season with 25 wins. Bentley’s Courtney Finn finished with a team-high 21 points, while Kelsey Roberson and Lauren Battista each netted 18 points. The Falcons, who’re the NE-10’s top seed in the conference tournament, will return to the hardwood Sunday when they host the winner of Adelphi-AIC at 3:00 p.m., while UMass Lowell will host Franklin Pierce at the same time.

Stonehill College 57, St. A’s 47 – Asia Ewing netted a team-best 14 points, while Tori Faieta and Mary Louise Dixon each netted 12 points as the Skyhawks defeated the Hawks in New Hampshire. Stonehill will return to the court on Sunday as the number two seed and host the winner of Merrimack-Pace at 3:00 p.m.

Merrimack College 70, Franklin Pierce 50 – Kelly Schatzlein scored a team-best 16 points and pulled down 19 rebounds to help the Warriors defeat the Ravens in North Andover. Merrimack earned the 10th seed in the NE-10 tournament and will travel to Pace on Friday for a 7:00 p.m. matchup.

Men’s Ice Hockey:

Boston University 5, Merrimack College 2 – Matt Nieto notched two goals and recorded one assist as the Terriers defeated the Warriors in Boston.

UMass Lowell 4, Boston College 2 – Christian Folin and Riley Wetmore each score recorded one strike in the final stanza, which lifted the River Hawks past the Eagles in Chestnut Hill. The win marked UML’s fifth consecutive victory.

Women’s Ice Hockey:

Harvard 3, Yale 1 – Mary Parker’s shorthanded goal at 18:28 in the third secured the win for the Crimson, as well as claim a share of the Ivy League crown for the first time since 2009.

Mass. College Hoops: Wednesday Night Roundup (LINKS)

By NoontimeSports.com 

There were some critical basketball games that occurred this evening and below are links to box scores and recaps:

* St. Bonaventure’s seven-point advantage at the break proved to be the difference, as Bonnies defeated UMass, 99-94.

John Papale and D.J. Irving each netted 18 points, as Boston University defeated Albany, 79-69.

Quincy Ford scored 14 points, Reggie Spencer netted 13 points as Northeastern University edged James Madison, 66-64.

Tony Johnson‘s game-high 20 points helped Lafayette top Holy Cross at the Hart Center, 79-76.

Tim Beinert‘s 18 points helped Assumption College extend its winning streak to two, as the Hounds topped Saint Rose, 63-58.

* Bentley University’s women’s basketball team earned its 24th victory and clinched the Northeast-10, as the Falcons soared past Franklin Pierce, 74-63.

Mary Louise Dixon scored 22 points, Asia Ewing added 19 points as Stonehill College defeated Southern New Hampshire, 90-65.

* Bianca Simmons netted a game-high 19 points as UMass Lowell beat Saint Anselm, 65-54.

* Gabrielle Gibson netted a game-best 31 points, which helped Assumption defeat Saint Rose, 68-58.

John Wickey‘s 13 points lifted Babson College past Clark University in the first-round of the NEWMAC tournament, 52-34.

* Wellesley College outscored Clark University, 33-12 at the break and went onto defeat the Cougars in the first-round of the NEWMAC tournament, 59-51. Clark’s Brooke Brennan netted a game-high 18 points in the setback.

Mass. College Hoops: WACBA Weekly Report (Feb. 11-17)

By NoontimeSports.com 

With another week of college basketball in Worcester officially in the books, here’s this week’s WACBA Rookies of the Week, Players of the Week and Honor Roll.

QUICK NOTE: Write-ups courtesy of the college’s sports information department. 

Men’s Rookie of the Week: Zack Karalis (WPI) Fr., Guard, North Andover, MA: Karalis tossed in a career-best 25 points in WPI’s NEWMAC regular season title clinching victory over Clark.  The freshman helped WPI complete the comeback over the Cougars with 14 points in the final five minutes.

Men’s Player of the Week: Tim Beinert (Assumption College) Sr., Forward, Bellerose Village, NY:Beinert averaged a double-double with 14.5 points and 11.5 rebounds per game last week while shooting 54.5 percent from the field. He also added two blocks; two steals and one assist per game. Beinert began the week with a 13-point, 10-rebound showing at New Haven, including a tip-in at the buzzer to force OT. He then posted 16 points, 13 rebounds and four blocks in a home win over Adelphi.

Women’s Player of the Week: Hayley Zophin (Nichols College) Sr., Forward, Framingham, MA: The nation’s No. 8 rebounder at 13.0 rebounds per game, Zophin scored a career-high 27 points in her final collegiate game, a 76-63 win at Gordon on Saturday afternoon. She also snared 11 rebounds en route to her 16th double-double of the season.  

Honor Roll:

Alex Smith (Holy Cross) Jr., Guard, Delran, NJ: Smith finished the week with 28 points, seven assists, seven caroms and one steal in a 1-1 week for the Crusaders. The New Jersey native tallied a game-high 20 points against American, won the Winter Homecoming MVP honors, and tied for a season-high eight field goals, too.

Gabrielle Gibson (Assumption College) Sr., Guard, Amityville, NY: In a 2-0 week, Gibson averaged 24.5 points, 7.5 rebounds, 2.5 assists and 2.5 steals per game. She began the week with a career-high 32 points to go along with 11 rebounds for the double-double in a road win at New Haven. She followed that with 17 points, four rebounds, three assists and three steals in a home win over Adelphi. She now sits in fourth place on the Assumption all-time scoring list with 1,480 points.

Katie Pryor (Anna Maria College) Soph., Guard, Whitinsville, MA: Pryor had a career week for the AMCATS. The sophomore guard averaged 21.7 points, 4.3 rebounds and 1.1 assists en route to a 2-1 week for Anna Maria. In the AMCATS first GNAC win of the season vs. Lasell College, Pryor poured in a career-high 27 points shooting a terrific 50% (8-of-16) from the field including 3 FG’s from beyond the arc. Anna Maria picked up a second GNAC win in the season finale against Mount Ida; Pryor had a game high 21 points, 6 rebounds and 4 assists.

Ryan Kolb (WPI) Jr., Forward, Southington, CT: Kolb averaged 16.5 points and 8.5 rebounds as the fifth-ranked Engineers went 1-1 on the week and in the process, secured the top seed and hosting rights for next week’s NEWMAC Tournament.  Kolb capped a 12-0 run with seven straight points as WPI turned around a seven point deficit to a 15 point victory against Clark.

Cindy Chelius (WPI) Sr., Center, Northfield, NJ:  Chelius registered a career-high 17 points to help the Engineers clinch a home game in the NEWMAC Tournament and provide her head coach Cherise Galasso with her 200th win at WPI with a 59-49 road victory at Coast Guard.

Alex Lopez (Worcester State) Fr., Guard, Springfield, MA: Averaged 11.6 points, 6.3 assists and 3.3 rebounds in a 2-1 week for Worcester State including 11 points and eight points in 78-77 overtime loss to Bridgewater State, 14 points, four rebounds and four assists in a 73-73 overtime triumph (scored six of 12 points in OT) and 10 points and seven helpers in an 89-75 victory over Fisher.

Robert Hunter (Worcester State) Jr., Forward St. Louis, MO: Averaged 20.7 points, 7.7 rebounds and 2.7 steals in a 2-1 week for Worcester State including 20 points and 10 caroms in a 76-73 overtime victory at Salem State to help the Blue and Gold achieve their first victory in Salem since 1984-85 season. Hunter also netted a season-best 29 points in a 78-77 extra session setback to Bridgewater State and shot .528 from the field for the week (28-53).

Meaghan Burns (Worcester State) Jr., Guard, N. Brookfield, MA: Averaged 16.5 points, 5.5 rebounds, three steals and 2.5 blocks in a 1-1 week for Worcester State including 14 points, eight boards and a trio of rejections in a 59-47 victory over Salem State to help Lancers secure second-seed and first-round bye in this week’s MASCAC Tournament.

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.