FEBRUARY 13 RECAPS

Pierce and the Penmen pull upsets; Guers becomes highest-scoring Hawk

Standings

Northeast Division


2018-19 NE10 Northeast Men's Basketball Standings

Institution Conf All
Saint Anselm 15-3 19-4
Merrimack 12-6 17-8
Bentley 10-8 17-8
Franklin Pierce 9-9 13-12
Southern N.H. 8-10 12-11
Stonehill 7-11 13-12
St. Michael's 4-14 7-16
Assumption 2-16 6-19

Southwest Division


2018-19 NE10 Southwest Men's Basketball Standings

Institution Conf All
New Haven 12-6 17-7
Adelphi 12-6 18-8
LeMoyne 11-6 14-8
Southern Ct. St. 11-7 16-10
Pace 9-8 15-10
American Int'l 6-11 10-15
Saint Rose 5-12 8-16
Stat Leaders
stat/leader
Points per game
A Ortiz-Traylor
LIU Post
27.6
R Richmond
Bentley
24.0
J Head
Wilmington (Del.)
23.1
I McLeod
Southern Conn. St.
22.4
A Sischo
Daemen
22.0
T Guers
Saint Anselm
21.6
C Bowser
Georgian Court
20.9
D Andrews
Southern N.H.
20.7
L Holmes III
St. Michael's
20.3
E Bailey
New Haven
20.2
Complete Leaders

Rebounds per game
B Griffin
Mercy
11.5
K Green
Bloomfield
10.4
A Sischo
Daemen
10.3
A Ortiz-Traylor
LIU Post
9.8
D Mallory
Jefferson
9.7
T Brown
Le Moyne
9.0
T Kerr
USciences
9.0
S Montague
Southern N.H.
8.9
R Williams
Felician
8.8
L Beesley
Southern Conn. St.
8.7
Complete Leaders

FG
A Ortiz-Traylor
LIU Post
208-502
R Richmond
Bentley
198-407
J Hayes
Merrimack
186-349
A Sischo
Daemen
182-304
I McLeod
Southern Conn. St.
182-344
E Bailey
New Haven
177-379
D Mallory
Jefferson
174-316
B Griffin
Mercy
173-316
J Head
Wilmington (Del.)
172-366
K Green
Bloomfield
168-327
Complete Leaders

FG Pct
N Cambio
Adelphi
68.7
L Beesley
Southern Conn. St.
67.4
I Joyner
Merrimack
63.2
A Sischo
Daemen
59.9
Q Lane
New Haven
59.6
M Ringel
Georgian Court
58.4
P Hickson
Jefferson
57.7
K Felizor
New Haven
57.4
C Asuncion-Byrd
Le Moyne
56.9
J Toussaint
Roberts Wesleyan
56.6
Complete Leaders

3PT
R Boulter
Merrimack
78-191
J Laffey
Adelphi
77-172
I McLeod
Southern Conn. St.
74-156
R Silva
Adelphi
73-162
J Colon
Dist. Columbia
72-173
K Washington
Bloomfield
70-201
J Redband
Daemen
67-141
C Seaforth
Southern Conn. St.
66-169
N Corbett
Molloy
63-149
J Lord
Merrimack
63-157
Complete Leaders

3PT Pct
B Twitty
Stonehill
48.9
R Clark
Roberts Wesleyan
47.9
T Guers
Saint Anselm
47.6
J Redband
Daemen
47.5
I McLeod
Southern Conn. St.
47.4
R Roland
Le Moyne
45.9
B Kolek
Franklin Pierce
45.6
R Silva
Adelphi
45.1
C Russo
Southern N.H.
44.8
J Laffey
Adelphi
44.8
Complete Leaders

FT
R Richmond
Bentley
155-172
P Wejnert
Pace
149-216
J Head
Wilmington (Del.)
141-182
C Jenkins
Molloy
113-159
D Andrews
Southern N.H.
112-159
T Guers
Saint Anselm
111-128
C Taite
Goldey-Beacom
111-128
A Ortiz-Traylor
LIU Post
103-135
B Jacobs
Pace
103-127
A Sischo
Daemen
95-129
Complete Leaders

FT Pct
R Richmond
Bentley
90.1
L Holmes III
St. Michael's
89.9
I McLeod
Southern Conn. St.
89.5
K Ives
Southern Conn. St.
88.3
T Ginyard
Dominican (N.Y.)
88.1
K Nwandu
Le Moyne
87.2
K Murrell
St. Thomas Aquinas
86.9
T Guers
Saint Anselm
86.7
C Taite
Goldey-Beacom
86.7
A Anderson
Saint Rose
86.6
Complete Leaders

Points
R Richmond
Bentley
601
A Ortiz-Traylor
LIU Post
580
J Head
Wilmington (Del.)
532
I McLeod
Southern Conn. St.
515
E Bailey
New Haven
485
D Andrews
Southern N.H.
476
T Guers
Saint Anselm
475
W Moreton
Stonehill
474
J Hayes
Merrimack
471
A Sischo
Daemen
462
Complete Leaders

Total rebounds
B Griffin
Mercy
252
K Green
Bloomfield
250
D Mallory
Jefferson
233
T Kerr
USciences
225
A Sischo
Daemen
216
C Hudson
Bentley
214
W Moreton
Stonehill
210
A Ortiz-Traylor
LIU Post
205
S Montague
Southern N.H.
204
T Brown
Le Moyne
199
Complete Leaders

Assists
C Mcguinness
Adelphi
176
J Hayes
Merrimack
159
K Ives
Southern Conn. St.
158
B Jacobs
Pace
151
K Guerra
Jefferson
142
K Washington
Bloomfield
128
D Andrews
Southern N.H.
128
J Head
Wilmington (Del.)
124
T Guers
Saint Anselm
124
B Council
Georgian Court
124
Complete Leaders

Steals
J Hayes
Merrimack
99
J Head
Wilmington (Del.)
64
T Rogers
Post
63
C Jenkins
Molloy
51
D Montague
Holy Family
45
B Jacobs
Pace
43
A Harrison
Caldwell
43
G Jones
Goldey-Beacom
42
J Garcia
Dominican (N.Y.)
42
D Fadojutimi
Franklin Pierce
41
Complete Leaders

Blocks
B Griffin
Mercy
54
R Williams
Felician
51
I Joyner
Merrimack
46
C Onyeike
NYIT
45
M Lajeunesse
Bloomfield
41
D Fadojutimi
Franklin Pierce
39
A White jr.
Concordia (N.Y.)
37
A Ortiz-Traylor
LIU Post
36
S Montague
Southern N.H.
32
M Ringel
Georgian Court
31
Complete Leaders

Minutes
K Guerra
Jefferson
960
R Richmond
Bentley
937
B Jacobs
Pace
926
P Hickson
Jefferson
918
K Ives
Southern Conn. St.
914
C Hudson
Bentley
897
J Head
Wilmington (Del.)
888
P Casey
USciences
883
V Covington
Caldwell
866
J Hayes
Merrimack
863
Complete Leaders

Upcoming Events
17 Feb
NYIT at Daemen
17 Feb
LIU Post at Roberts Wesleyan
Results
16 Feb
63 Merrimack
60 at Southern N.H.
16 Feb
59 Franklin Pierce
92 at Stonehill
16 Feb
67 Assumption
76 at St. Michael's
16 Feb
54 Saint Rose
73 at New Haven
16 Feb
65 Saint Anselm
62 at Bentley
16 Feb
Men's Basketball
Final - OT
87 Adelphi
77 at Pace
16 Feb
58 Nyack
68 at USciences
16 Feb
76 Georgian Court
93 at Post
16 Feb
101 Felician
89 at Chestnut Hill
16 Feb
94 Goldey-Beacom
83 at Dominican (N.Y.)
16 Feb
95 Wilmington (Del.)
110 at Bloomfield
16 Feb
86 Jefferson
77 at Concordia (N.Y.)
16 Feb
58 Queens (N.Y.)
86 at Bridgeport
16 Feb
65 Holy Family
69 at Caldwell
16 Feb
Men's Basketball
Final - OT
97 Southern Conn. St.
91 at Le Moyne
16 Feb
92 Molloy
77 at Mercy
15 Feb
84 NYIT
96 at Roberts Wesleyan
15 Feb
63 LIU Post
108 at Daemen
14 Feb
87 St. Thomas Aquinas
64 at Dist. Columbia
Game Recaps

FEBRUARY 15 RECAPS

Western New York swept a couple of Long Island counterparts on Friday in a pair of one-sided affairs:

DAEMEN 108 LIU POST 63

Jeff Redband matched his career high with 23 points (8-14 FG, 7-12 from long distance) while reigning ECC Player of the Week Andrew Sischo compiled 16 points (7-11 FG) and eight rebounds in just 21 minutes of court time as #15 Daemen crushed LIU Post in Buffalo for its ninth straight win. The Wildcats led from start to finish, bursting out of the gate with a 16-2 lead that swelled to 52-30 by halftime. The Pioneers - who were led by lone scholarship player Alonzo Ortiz-Traylor's 31 points, 10 rebounds, four steals and three blocked shots in 40 minutes - never came closer than 21 in the final frame, falling behind by as much as the 45-point final spread. Trevor Book (personal-best 13 points off the bench), Jay Sarkis (11 points, five helpers) and Dmarco Barnes (11 points in reserve duty) also reached double figures for the winners, who were the superior shooters (51%-40%), rebounders (54-25 including 18-4 on the offensive glass) and assisters (27-7). Daemen relied heavily on its 3-point attack (19-39 compared to 5-19 for LIUP). Kendell Ogilvie (11 points, seven rebounds) and Nah'jel Sands (10 points) also made their presences felt for Post, which has dropped a region-worst 21 straight.

ROBERTS WESLEYAN 96 NYIT 84

Just down the Thruway at the Voller Center, Roberts Wesleyan thumped New York Institute of Technology to solidify its fourth-place standing in the ECC Hierarchy and extinguish any dwindling postseason hopes by its guests. The first half was a roller coaster ride as NYIT jumped out to an 8-0 lead. A 19-4 Redhawks run flipped a 15-9 deficit into a 28-19 advantage before the Bears instigated a 16-5 counter-run - capped by a pair of Kieran Hamilton free throws - to reach intermission on top, 35-33. The visitors were still ahead, 40-37 early in the second when Peyton McLaurin (15 points, 3-4 from 3, six rebounds, six assists) converted a lay-up that triggered a 13-0 spurt and put Roberts in the lead for keeps, 50-40 with 16:08 left. The margin crested at 91-70 after two Justin Vaughan tosses with 2:15 on the clock before the Bears closed out the contest with a 14-5 flurry to make the final score more respectable. Jean Toussaint led a balanced Redhawks attack with 19 points (7-11 FG) and 10 rebounds, followed by Fope Okuyiga (15 points, 6-9 FG, five assists), Reggie Clark (14 points, 6-8 FG, four dishes) and Vaughan (12 bench points). Marcus Saint-Furcy was high man for NYIT with 22 points (6-9 FG, 4-5 from downtown Rochester) and five assists. He was flanked by Hamilton (16 points), Collins Onyeike (16) and Zahir Porter (14) as their team was outworked on the glass (41-26, including 17-6 offensive) in falling for a seventh straight time. Both teams shot it well (RWC 51%, NYIT 48%), including from beyond the arc (RWC 10-19, NYIT 8-22).

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