Standings

Northeast Division


2018-19 NE10 Women's Basketball Northeast Standings

Institution Conf All
Bentley 8-1 14-2
Stonehill 6-2 11-3
Saint Anselm 7-3 12-3
Assumption 5-4 10-6
Merrimack 4-6 11-6
Southern NH 4-6 10-7
St. Michael's 1-9 5-10
Franklin Pierce 0-8 2-11

Southwest Division


2018-19 NE10 Women's Basketball Southwest Standings

Institution Conf All
Le Moyne 7-2 13-2
New Haven 6-3 13-4
Adelphi 5-4 8-8
American Int'l 4-4 9-7
Southern Conn. St. 4-5 10-7
St. Rose 3-5 10-5
Pace 3-5 6-10
Stat Leaders
stat/leader
Points per game
D Watts
American Int'l
21.3
S Ryan
Saint Anselm
19.0
K Lorenzen
Southern N.H.
18.5
A Brown
Mercy
18.1
E Miller
Roberts Wesleyan
17.9
K Steinauer
Southern Conn. St.
17.6
M Knollmeyer
NYIT
17.3
I Ye
USciences
16.9
K Raymond
Stonehill
16.7
M Roberts
Le Moyne
16.7
Complete Leaders

Rebounds per game
K Steinauer
Southern Conn. St.
16.1
S Ryan
Saint Anselm
12.2
D Watts
American Int'l
11.7
D Davis-Stewart
Merrimack
10.6
K Lorenzen
Southern N.H.
10.1
E Miller
Roberts Wesleyan
10.1
A Kerr
New Haven
9.8
S Patterson
LIU Post
9.8
M Knollmeyer
NYIT
9.6
S Vonleh
Bridgeport
8.7
Complete Leaders

FG
K Lorenzen
Southern N.H.
126-249
S Ryan
Saint Anselm
126-226
D Watts
American Int'l
113-223
K Steinauer
Southern Conn. St.
108-265
E Miller
Roberts Wesleyan
102-232
C Cunningham
Jefferson
102-215
M Knollmeyer
NYIT
99-216
S Vonleh
Bridgeport
99-190
L Edringer
Adelphi
98-177
N Morgan
Adelphi
96-198
Complete Leaders

FG Pct
J Hawkins
Assumption
76.3
S Patterson
LIU Post
59.7
M Wormack
New Haven
56.7
K Birthwright
St. Rose
56.0
S Ryan
Saint Anselm
55.8
M Viapiano
Bentley
55.6
L Edringer
Adelphi
55.4
G Reuter
Stonehill
55.2
I Ye
USciences
54.4
D Thompson
Georgian Court
54.2
Complete Leaders

3PT
A Pfohl
Southern Conn. St.
56-159
A Vanderwall
St. Rose
46-103
M Roberts
Le Moyne
43-90
T Lebron
Caldwell
41-107
E Nittinger
Nyack
40-128
L Werner
Merrimack
39-106
S Round
Goldey-Beacom
37-115
N Roy
Dist. Columbia
37-84
J Atchison
Georgian Court
37-101
J Vitelli
USciences
36-83
Complete Leaders

3PT Pct
A McConnell
Bentley
51.0
M Roberts
Le Moyne
47.8
K Raymond
Stonehill
47.4
C Falone
St. Michael's
46.2
L Crim
Chestnut Hill
45.3
A Vanderwall
St. Rose
44.7
K O'Hare
Holy Family
44.4
M Fontaine
Bentley
44.3
N Roy
Dist. Columbia
44.0
I Ye
USciences
43.9
Complete Leaders

FT
J Kaminski
Jefferson
95-133
M O'Donnell
Assumption
83-119
D Watts
American Int'l
80-95
A Kerr
New Haven
78-109
A McGrogan
Goldey-Beacom
78-98
S Patterson
LIU Post
74-100
K Steinauer
Southern Conn. St.
73-90
E Miller
Roberts Wesleyan
63-76
A Brown
Mercy
62-80
I Ye
USciences
62-74
Complete Leaders

FT Pct
M Roberts
Le Moyne
92.2
G Gotti
Bridgeport
91.2
P Steinman
Saint Anselm
88.1
A Monteleone
Pace
88.0
A Lennon
Caldwell
86.3
E Egan
Daemen
84.6
T Brisco
Felician
84.4
K Lorenzen
Southern N.H.
84.3
D Watts
American Int'l
84.2
L Edringer
Adelphi
84.1
Complete Leaders

Points
D Watts
American Int'l
319
K Lorenzen
Southern N.H.
315
K Steinauer
Southern Conn. St.
299
S Ryan
Saint Anselm
285
J Kaminski
Jefferson
283
A Kerr
New Haven
282
M Knollmeyer
NYIT
276
E Miller
Roberts Wesleyan
269
A McGrogan
Goldey-Beacom
261
M O'Donnell
Assumption
260
Complete Leaders

Total rebounds
K Steinauer
Southern Conn. St.
274
S Ryan
Saint Anselm
183
D Davis-Stewart
Merrimack
180
D Watts
American Int'l
176
K Lorenzen
Southern N.H.
172
A Kerr
New Haven
166
S Patterson
LIU Post
156
M Knollmeyer
NYIT
154
E Miller
Roberts Wesleyan
151
J Kaminski
Jefferson
143
Complete Leaders

Assists
K Alves
Merrimack
148
M Roberts
Le Moyne
85
I Wheeler
Southern Conn. St.
79
S Middleton
Bridgeport
76
B Purcell
St. Michael's
72
C Cunningham
Jefferson
71
I Grady
Molloy
66
C Murphy
St. Thomas Aquinas
64
A McConnell
Bentley
62
J Kaminski
Jefferson
61
Complete Leaders

Steals
A Kerr
New Haven
58
K Alves
Merrimack
56
I Grady
Molloy
47
K Guerra
Dominican (N.Y.)
40
M Knollmeyer
NYIT
40
K Steinauer
Southern Conn. St.
39
S Frierson
NYIT
39
I Wheeler
Southern Conn. St.
37
K Lorenzen
Southern N.H.
36
C Prokic
Georgian Court
35
Complete Leaders

Blocks
D Davis-Stewart
Merrimack
67
S Ryan
Saint Anselm
36
S Vonleh
Bridgeport
33
G Reuter
Stonehill
32
T Miller
St. Michael's
31
I Krakic
Georgian Court
28
J Zimmerman
Le Moyne
26
K Athias
NYIT
23
K Raymond
Stonehill
23
K Stone
Felician
22
Complete Leaders

Minutes
A Williams
Jefferson
627
A Kerr
New Haven
611
K Steinauer
Southern Conn. St.
610
I Wheeler
Southern Conn. St.
607
J Kaminski
Jefferson
605
A Pfohl
Southern Conn. St.
600
C Cunningham
Jefferson
596
T Turner-Rush
Goldey-Beacom
575
K Alves
Merrimack
569
A Walker
Southern Conn. St.
554
Complete Leaders

Upcoming Events
16 Jan
NYIT at LIU Post
16 Jan
Concordia (N.Y.) at Dominican (N.Y.)
16 Jan
St. Rose at Stonehill
16 Jan
Nyack at Caldwell
16 Jan
American Int'l at Bentley
16 Jan
Queens (N.Y.) at St. Thomas Aquinas
16 Jan
Pace at Franklin Pierce
16 Jan
Wilmington (Del.) at USciences
16 Jan
Bloomfield at Felician
16 Jan
Chestnut Hill at Holy Family
16 Jan
Mercy at Post
16 Jan
Georgian Court at Jefferson
Results
16 Jan
0 Molloy
0 at Dist. Columbia
16 Jan
57 St. Michael's
69 at New Haven
15 Jan
80 Saint Anselm
69 at Southern Conn. St.
15 Jan
84 Merrimack
71 at Adelphi
15 Jan
52 Southern N.H.
74 at Le Moyne
Game Recaps

Women's Game Recaps #37 - 1/15/19

• Three NE10 games on Tuesday provided career-highs in every game, the extension of a winning streak and a pair of road victors. The report starts with the pick of the lot in terms of individual performances…

• Peyton Steinman poured in a career-high 35 points (12-17 FG, 3-5 3FG, 8-8 FT) and hauled in 13 rebounds to lead St. Anselm to an 80-69 win at Southern Connecticut. The victory keeps the Hawks perfect on the road (8-0) and sends them into a virtual tie for second place in the Northeast Division with Stonehill. Amanda Pfohl tossed in a personal-best 24 points (6-16 3FG) for the Owls but despite that they never held a lead in this game. St. A’s established a 42-27 halftime advantage and their lead crested at 58-31 midway through the third period, more than enough to ensure the result. Shannon Ryan (18 points, 12 boards; 8-10 FG) and Sara Messler (13 points) added quality depth for the Hawks, who shot a brisk 53% from the floor, sank 10-33 from three-point land and ruled the glass, 49-28. Kiana Stienauer (17 points, 9 caroms) and Imani Wheeler (13 points, 7 assists, 6 steals) filled the stat sheet for SCSU but their shooting (37% FG; 5-15 3FG) negated strong ball-handling (SCSU forced thirteen more turnovers, 22-9, and out-scored St. Anselm in points-off-TO’s, 29-10) and they dropped into fifth place in the Southwest Division.

• Corinne Poitevien collected a career-high 25 points (10-14 FG, 5-6 FT) and snagged 11 boards to pace the Southwest Division leaders LeMoyne to a 74-52 triumph over visiting Southern New Hampshire. The success is the ninth in a row for the Dolphins (their longest since a 13-game winning skein in the 1994-’95 season) and extends their divisional lead to a game and a half over idle New Haven. LC closed out a tight first half with a 9-3 surge to assume a 34-30 edge but really seized control with a 13-0 spree midway through the third quarter (53-36, 2:42). Liz Millea (17 points) notched the last eight points in the burst, which put the Dolphins ahead by double digits for good. Cameron Tooley added 10 points for the winners, who shot 50% overall and grabbed a dozen more rebounds (43-31). Gyanna Russell tied her personal-best with 14 points to top the Penmen’s scoring but as a team they hit just 31% and as a result are now tied for fifth place in the Northeast Division with Merrimack.

• Denia Davis-Stewart racked up a career-high 28 points (12-16 FG) and snared 16 rebounds to help Merrimack win at Adelphi, 84-71. The victory is win #100 for Warriors head coach Monique LeBlanc and she had plenty of players to thank along with Davis-Stewart, including Mayson Kimball (15 points), Lindsay Werner (14 points) and Karlee Alves (12 assists). Panther forward Leonie Edringer also had a career game, going off for 26 points (12-15 FG) and securing nine rebounds, but her team trailed for the last three quarters. A Kimball trey and an Alyssa Casey basket ended the first quarter for MC, giving them a lead (22-17) they never relinquished. The margin grew to 40-31 at the half and stood at 60-52 after three periods but AU couldn’t manage to craft a serious run at their guests despite solid efforts from Edringer, Fallyn Stephens and Julia Strachan (12 points each). Merrimack shot better (49%-39% FG) and made more three-pointers than Adelphi (10-6) to bolster their effort and drop the Panthers to third place in the Southwest Division.

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