JANUARY 12-13 RECAPS

St. A's and Bentley fall in New York; New Hampshire squeaks past Connecticut in the Battle of the "Southerns"

JANUARY 9 RECAPS

NE10 Crossover play begins; All 3 Top 25 regional teams prevail

Standings

Northeast Division


2018-19 NE10 Northeast Men's Basketball Standings

Institution Conf All
Saint Anselm 9-1 13-2
Bentley 7-2 14-2
Merrimack 6-4 11-6
Stonehill 4-4 10-5
Southern N.H. 5-5 9-6
Franklin Pierce 3-5 7-8
St. Michael's 2-7 5-9
Assumption 1-8 5-11

Southwest Division


2018-19 NE10 Southwest Men's Basketball Standings

Institution Conf All
Southern Ct. St. 5-4 10-7
LeMoyne 5-4 8-6
New Haven 4-4 9-5
Pace 4-4 10-6
American Int'l 4-4 8-8
Adelphi 4-5 10-7
Saint Rose 3-5 6-9
Stat Leaders
stat/leader
Points per game
A Ortiz-Traylor
LIU Post
25.7
D Andrews
Southern N.H.
21.9
J Head
Wilmington (Del.)
21.9
T Guers
Saint Anselm
21.9
I McLeod
Southern Conn. St.
21.5
A Sischo
Daemen
21.4
R Richmond
Bentley
21.4
L Holmes III
St. Michael's
21.2
N Corbett
Molloy
20.1
C Bowser
Georgian Court
20.0
Complete Leaders

Rebounds per game
B Griffin
Mercy
10.8
A Sischo
Daemen
10.4
K Green
Bloomfield
9.9
L Beesley
Southern Conn. St.
9.9
R Williams
Felician
9.4
S Montague
Southern N.H.
9.3
A Ortiz-Traylor
LIU Post
9.1
W Moreton
Stonehill
9.1
C Hudson
Bentley
9.1
D Mallory
Jefferson
8.7
Complete Leaders

FG
J Hayes
Merrimack
132-249
A Ortiz-Traylor
LIU Post
128-295
D Andrews
Southern N.H.
114-256
R Richmond
Bentley
110-226
T Guers
Saint Anselm
109-220
D Mallory
Jefferson
108-205
A Sischo
Daemen
108-182
I McLeod
Southern Conn. St.
106-205
U Coleman
Southern Conn. St.
103-215
K Green
Bloomfield
102-197
Complete Leaders

FG Pct
L Beesley
Southern Conn. St.
70.6
I Joyner
Merrimack
64.7
N Cambio
Adelphi
63.8
K Felizor
New Haven
62.7
P Hickson
Jefferson
59.4
A Sischo
Daemen
59.3
Q Lee Yaw
Daemen
58.9
A White jr.
Concordia (N.Y.)
57.1
G Suhr-Jessen
Saint Anselm
56.8
A Anderson
American Int'l
56.5
Complete Leaders

3PT
J Laffey
Adelphi
52-113
R Boulter
Merrimack
48-121
J Redband
Daemen
46-89
R Silva
Adelphi
45-104
N Corbett
Molloy
44-99
J Lord
Merrimack
44-114
U Coleman
Southern Conn. St.
41-89
D Fadojutimi
Franklin Pierce
40-100
J Colon
Dist. Columbia
40-91
B Twitty
Stonehill
39-78
Complete Leaders

3PT Pct
J Redband
Daemen
51.7
G Suhr-Jessen
Saint Anselm
50.0
B Twitty
Stonehill
50.0
C Asuncion-Byrd
Le Moyne
48.7
T Guers
Saint Anselm
47.8
W Storey
St. Michael's
47.2
M Saint-Furcy
NYIT
46.7
J Mello-Klein
Bentley
46.5
Z Gilpin
Bentley
46.5
U Coleman
Southern Conn. St.
46.1
Complete Leaders

FT
P Wejnert
Pace
99-144
R Richmond
Bentley
95-108
D Andrews
Southern N.H.
86-115
C Taite
Goldey-Beacom
79-90
T Guers
Saint Anselm
78-89
J Head
Wilmington (Del.)
77-101
B Jacobs
Pace
73-93
J Hayes
Merrimack
71-96
C Jenkins
Molloy
69-93
T Rogers
Post
66-83
Complete Leaders

FT Pct
M Garner
Le Moyne
91.2
I McLeod
Southern Conn. St.
91.1
L Holmes III
St. Michael's
90.8
K Nwandu
Le Moyne
90.6
T Ginyard
Dominican (N.Y.)
88.7
R Richmond
Bentley
88.0
C Taite
Goldey-Beacom
87.8
T Guers
Saint Anselm
87.6
K Murrell
St. Thomas Aquinas
86.5
J Vidal
American Int'l
85.7
Complete Leaders

Points
R Richmond
Bentley
342
J Hayes
Merrimack
337
A Ortiz-Traylor
LIU Post
334
D Andrews
Southern N.H.
329
T Guers
Saint Anselm
328
J Head
Wilmington (Del.)
307
N Corbett
Molloy
302
I McLeod
Southern Conn. St.
301
W Moreton
Stonehill
288
K Green
Bloomfield
280
Complete Leaders

Total rebounds
K Green
Bloomfield
149
L Beesley
Southern Conn. St.
148
C Hudson
Bentley
145
B Griffin
Mercy
140
S Montague
Southern N.H.
139
D Mallory
Jefferson
139
W Moreton
Stonehill
136
A Sischo
Daemen
135
I Joyner
Merrimack
124
R Williams
Felician
122
Complete Leaders

Assists
C Mcguinness
Adelphi
117
J Hayes
Merrimack
112
K Ives
Southern Conn. St.
99
B Jacobs
Pace
94
D Andrews
Southern N.H.
90
K Guerra
Jefferson
86
T Guers
Saint Anselm
84
B Council
Georgian Court
78
C McFadden
Concordia (N.Y.)
76
J Head
Wilmington (Del.)
74
Complete Leaders

Steals
J Hayes
Merrimack
62
T Rogers
Post
44
J Head
Wilmington (Del.)
42
C Jenkins
Molloy
34
B Jacobs
Pace
33
A Harrison
Caldwell
30
K Green
Bloomfield
30
J Garcia
Dominican (N.Y.)
28
K Guerra
Jefferson
26
D Fadojutimi
Franklin Pierce
26
Complete Leaders

Blocks
R Williams
Felician
32
C Onyeike
NYIT
31
M Lajeunesse
Bloomfield
30
I Joyner
Merrimack
26
S Montague
Southern N.H.
24
D Fadojutimi
Franklin Pierce
22
A White jr.
Concordia (N.Y.)
22
B Griffin
Mercy
21
A Ortiz-Traylor
LIU Post
20
T Toplyn jr.
Chestnut Hill
18
Complete Leaders

Minutes
K Guerra
Jefferson
638
B Jacobs
Pace
619
P Hickson
Jefferson
611
U Coleman
Southern Conn. St.
600
K Ives
Southern Conn. St.
593
J Hayes
Merrimack
589
R Richmond
Bentley
579
T Guers
Saint Anselm
570
C Hudson
Bentley
566
V Covington
Caldwell
562
Complete Leaders

Upcoming Events
16 Jan
St. Michael's at New Haven
16 Jan
West Chester at Goldey-Beacom
16 Jan
Molloy at Dist. Columbia
16 Jan
NYIT at LIU Post
16 Jan
Pace at Franklin Pierce
16 Jan
Saint Rose at Stonehill
16 Jan
Wilmington (Del.) at USciences
16 Jan
American Int'l at Bentley
16 Jan
Concordia (N.Y.) at Dominican (N.Y.)
16 Jan
Nyack at Caldwell
16 Jan
Queens (N.Y.) at St. Thomas Aquinas
16 Jan
Chestnut Hill at Holy Family
16 Jan
Georgian Court at Jefferson
16 Jan
Bloomfield at Felician
Results
15 Jan
113 Saint Anselm
99 at Southern Conn. St.
15 Jan
78 Merrimack
65 at Adelphi
15 Jan
68 Southern N.H.
77 at Le Moyne
Game Recaps

JANUARY 15 RECAPS

Three NE10 crossover games comprised the Thursday schedule, and we begin the recap with a high-scoring affair between divisional leaders in the Nutmeg State:

ST. ANSELM 113 SOUTHERN CONNECTICUT 99

Six players churned out at least 14 points and St. Anselm shot a sizzling 66% in the first half, highlighting a racehorse win vs. Southwest Division leader Southern Connecticut, its 10th triumph in 11 regular-season meetings at Moore Field House since Southern joined the NE10 in 2000. After spotting their hosts a 3-0 lead, the #15 Hawks took flight with a 57-28 blitz en route to a 65-41 halftime bulge. The lead maxed out at 100-67 on a Miles Tention 3-pointer with 7:06 to play in the second before the Owls closed out the contest on a 33-13 run to make the final score easier on the eye. Tim Guers led the assault with 30 points (4-5 from 3-point land, 12-12 FT), 11 rebounds and six assists. He received ample support from Gustav Suhr-Jessen (18 points, 6-8 FG, 4-5 from 3, six boards) and Cody Ball (16 points, six rebounds, four helpers), along with 14-point outings by Chris Paul, Alonzo Jackson and Tention, the latter two representing personal bests off the bench. CJ Seaforth (10-15 FG, 6-9 from deep) and Kealan Ives (6-9 from 3) busted out for career highs of 32 and 27, respectively, for Southern Connecticut, which also saw Isaiah McLeod collect 18 points and 10 rebounds in a losing effort. St. A’s - the frontrunner in the Northeast Division - shot 52% for the game and made nine straight 3-pointers at one stretch in the opening period, In fact, both clubs scorched the nets from beyond the arc (SAC 13-26, SCSU 14-27) but the Hawks were notably stronger from the line (34-40 to 19-26) and in the assist column (19-7). The game was marred by 49 fouls.

Le MOYNE 77 SOUTHERN NEW HAMPSHIRE 68

There’s now a tie atop the jammed-up Southwest Division as Le Moyne jumped on Southern New Hampshire early in Syracuse and never relented, tying Southern Connecticut for first as a result. The Dolphins led from start to finish, bolting out to a 25-5 lead vs. their old NECC foes and maintaining the advantage through halftime (43-24). The margin crested at 23 (47-24) after a lay-up by C.J. Asuncion-Byrd (19 points on 8-of-13 shooting in his first start of the season) one minute into the second period, and the Penmen only showed signs of life in the final minutes, outscoring their hosts 21-9 over the last 7:20 to finish within single digits. Tim Leavell was a much-needed force off the bench for the injury-depleted Fins, nailing five of eight from distance for his 15 points and doubling his season output for threes. Tom Brown was also instrumental to his club’s hot start, recording 12 of his 14 points in the early going while dishing out seven assists. Daquaise Andrews garnered 17 of his 21 points after halftime for SNHU while adding six rebounds and four assists. He was flanked by Remo Simonkevicius (11 points off the bench, 5-5 FG), Shawn Montague (10 points, nine caroms) and Charlie Russo, who tallied all 10 of his points after the break in his homecoming. The Dolphins – who were playing at home for the first time in 38 days – tripled its guests in 3-point makes (12-28 to 4-13) and were responsible for all 12 of the game’s turnover points, while crafting the superior assist-turnover line (18/5 to 9/10). The Penmen won the glass, 34-27, though it wasn’t enough to prevent their four-game winning streak from being snapped.

MERRIMACK 78 ADELPHI 65

Juvaris Hayes notched 15 points (2-2 from long range) and 10 assists, and all nine players who saw action scored in Merrimack’s victory over Adelphi on Long Island, slotting the Warriors into sole possession of third place in the Northeast Division. Khalif Crawford (14 points, 4-5 from 3) and Mikey Watkins (12 off the bench) also made impacts for the winners, who trailed 13-8 five minutes in before outscoring their hosts 36-15 the rest of the period and staking themselves to a 44-28 lead. The Panthers – who were fronted by Ronnie Silva’s personal-best 20 points – shaved the deficit down to 54-47 nearly nine minutes into the final frame before Merrimack rattled off a 10-2 spurt, culminating in a Crawford triple that boosted the lead to 64-49 with 8:47 left. The margin remained in double figures the rest of the way, peaking at 74-58 on a Hayes “And-1” with 3:06 remaining as the Warriors snapped the Panthers’ modest four-game win streak. Oswald Parker III contributed 15 points, 10 rebounds and four assists for Adelphi, which was outshot from the floor (54%-36%), especially from behind the 3-point line (15-27 to 9-27), offsetting a 14-7 doubling in free throw makes.

POLL POSITION

The latest NABC/Division 2 Coaches’ Poll is out and St. Thomas Aquinas is now the highest-ranked team in the region, jumping five spots to #14. St. Anselm slips six to #15 and Bentley drops eight places to #18. Bellarmine (KY) remains at the top of the heap.

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