Standings

Northeast Division


Institution Conf All
Bentley 20-1 24-4
Assumption 14-7 19-7
Saint Anselm 13-8 18-9
Stonehill 11-10 12-14
Merrimack 10-11 13-14
St. Michael's 10-11 12-14
Southern NH 6-15 11-17
Franklin Pierce 1-20 3-23

Southwest Division


Institution Conf All
Adelphi 18-2 23-4
American Int'l 14-6 19-9
LeMoyne 10-10 14-12
Pace 8-12 14-15
Saint Rose 7-13 12-14
S. Connecticut 7-13 12-16
New Haven 5-15 7-19
Stat Leaders
stat/leader
Points per game
D Watts
American Int'l
22.6
M Rowland
Queens (N.Y.)
21.3
K Drogsler
Caldwell
21.0
A Berger
Georgian Court
20.0
S Clark
Adelphi
19.8
Complete Leaders

Rebounds per game
H Black
Concordia (N.Y.)
11.5
D Watts
American Int'l
11.3
M Rowland
Queens (N.Y.)
10.8
M Rowland
Queens (N.Y.)
10.3
S Clark
Adelphi
10.3
Complete Leaders

FG
M Rowland
Queens (N.Y.)
234-464
D Watts
American Int'l
222-438
A Berger
Georgian Court
210-480
S Clark
Adelphi
209-445
T McLaughlin
Southern Conn. St.
196-485
Complete Leaders

FG Pct
M O'Donnell
Assumption
55.8
J Wildgoose
Chestnut Hill
54.1
S Vonleh
Bridgeport
53.0
S Hyslip
Stonehill
51.6
B Bryson
Goldey-Beacom
51.5
Complete Leaders

3PT
L Covley
Roberts Wesleyan
87-214
J Erickson
St. Thomas Aquinas
83-225
K Drogsler
Caldwell
81-184
V Tumasz
Chestnut Hill
78-198
C Walsh
Stonehill
74-188
Complete Leaders

3PT Pct
C Kuhnen
Chestnut Hill
45.4
K Drogsler
Caldwell
44.0
V Dean
Southern N.H.
42.5
M Murad
Southern Conn. St.
42.2
L Green
Bentley
40.8
Complete Leaders

FT
D Watts
American Int'l
189-219
J Kaminski
Philadelphia U.
152-197
L Williams
Wilmington (Del.)
135-175
K Lorenzen
Southern N.H.
133-161
J Gemma
Bentley
126-157
Complete Leaders

FT Pct
A Thomas
USciences
93.7
M Smith
Bentley
89.5
S Abbonizio
USciences
87.6
N James
Roberts Wesleyan
87.2
E Miller
Roberts Wesleyan
87.0
Complete Leaders

Points
D Watts
American Int'l
633
M Rowland
Queens (N.Y.)
576
K Drogsler
Caldwell
567
T McLaughlin
Southern Conn. St.
541
S Clark
Adelphi
534
Complete Leaders

Total rebounds
D Watts
American Int'l
316
H Black
Concordia (N.Y.)
311
M Rowland
Queens (N.Y.)
292
B Bryson
Goldey-Beacom
284
M Rowland
Queens (N.Y.)
279
Complete Leaders

Assists
C Andrews
Saint Anselm
158
L Bruno
Goldey-Beacom
156
N Vukosavljevic
NYIT
154
M Trossi
Chestnut Hill
146
M Roberts
Le Moyne
141
Complete Leaders

Steals
M Rowland
Queens (N.Y.)
125
C Andrews
Saint Anselm
92
C Balfour
Adelphi
85
R Rabeiro
Dominican (N.Y.)
73
S Sanders
Caldwell
70
Complete Leaders

Blocks
S Vonleh
Bridgeport
84
D Davis-Stewart
Merrimack
79
S Clark
Adelphi
62
K Dodge
Pace
60
S Delaney
St. Michael's
59
Complete Leaders

Minutes
J Rodriguez
Wilmington (Del.)
1028
L Bruno
Goldey-Beacom
1027
A Iannotti
Holy Family
1007
T McLaughlin
Southern Conn. St.
980
J Erickson
St. Thomas Aquinas
968
Complete Leaders

Upcoming Events
25 Feb
LIU Post at Molloy
25 Feb
NYIT at Mercy
25 Feb
Bridgeport at Dist. Columbia
25 Feb
Concordia (N.Y.) at USciences
25 Feb
Daemen at Roberts Wesleyan
25 Feb
Dominican (N.Y.) at Goldey-Beacom
25 Feb
Philadelphia U. at Caldwell
25 Feb
Chestnut Hill at Bloomfield
Results
24 Feb
63 Merrimack
51 at Pace
24 Feb
62 Southern Conn. St.
60 at Stonehill
22 Feb
66 St. Thomas Aquinas
21 at Mercy
22 Feb
76 LIU Post
81 at Bridgeport
22 Feb
53 Dist. Columbia
72 at Molloy
22 Feb
84 Queens (N.Y.)
66 at Daemen
Game Recaps

Women's Game Recaps #67 - 2/24/17

* A par of Northeast-10 Conference first round game kicked off the post season on Friday with both road teams coming out on top. The report starts with a thriller in North Easton...

* Southern Connecticut held off a furious Stonehill rally down the stretch to secure a 62-60 victory and earn a spot in the NE-10 quarterfinals. The Owls led all the way yet nearly blew a fifteen-point third quarter lead but held on, paced by a strong game from Taylor McLaughlin (27 points, 10-21 FG, 4-8 3FG). The Skyhawks almost pulled off the comeback behind the work of Courtney Walsh (23 points, 8-14 FG, 5-10 3FG) and Samantha Hyslip (21 points, 10 boards, 7-12 FG, 7-8 FT) but ran out of time. SCSU led by as many as thirteen points during the first half, which ended with them ahead, 36-25. Maria Wesleyj's (9 points) only three-pointer of the contest put the visitors ahead, 50-35, with 2:01 left in the period and the Owls still held a 57-48 edge with 4:01 to go in the game when the Skyhawks fought back. Walsh buried a pair of treys in a 7-0 binge to cut the deficit to 57-55 (1:42). Kiana Steinauer and Hyslip swapped baskets to make it a 59-57 game and Stonehill had a chance to knot the game with eleven seconds left but Nicole Rojas missed a pair of free throws. Stonehill did grab the rebound off the second miss, only to see Abby Hurlbert steal is back. Maddie Brown sank two foul shots with :07 to play but Walsh made another triple (her fourth of the quarter) to make it 61-60 with three ticks left. Paige Decker's free throw was the final nail in the coffin and SCSU had the spoils. Chandler Williams (10 points) and Murphy Murad (9 points) added depth for SCSU while Tayler Wornum snagged a career-high 14 rebounds for the Skyhawks. Team numbers were telling in some areas, with the Skyhawks ruling the paint (28-12) and boarding well (36-26). The Owls, though, benefitted from a +9 in turnovers (23-14), which led to a massive 32-3 advantage in points-off-turnovers. Southern Connecticut will head to Adelphi for their quarterfinal tilt on Sunday.

*Merrimack prevailed in Pleasantville over host Pace, 63-51, to secure their spot in the NE-10 quarterfinals. A big third quarter was the ticket for the Warriors, who turned a one-point halftime lead (32-31) into a 53-40 bulge after three frames and fended off a fourth quarter Setters push to get the job done. Pace only led once in the first half (2-0) but MC wasn't able to put too much distance in between them and their hosts. With the score 36-33 early in the third period, the Warriors ambarked on a 9-2 run, capped by a Hannah Neild trey (13 points, 3-6 3FG), to extend the gap to 45-35 (6:02). Merrimack ended the stanza on a 6-1 spell to inch the lead to 53-40 and had a measure of control. Pace made a move and cut the deficit to 55-47 after a Christina Rubin (20 points, 7-15 FG, 5-10 3FG) trey and a Jackie Dellisanti basket with 5:20 on the clock. Merrimack stiffened and notched the next eight points to make it a 63-47 advantage (3:55) and although they didn't score again, they defended well and Pace only scored four more points at the other end. Lexi Martin (18 points, 9 rebounds), Neild and Denia Davis-Stewart (13 points, 13 rebounds) shared the load for Merrimack while Rubin was the only double-digit scorer for Pace (although Kirsten Dodge did haul in 13 rebounds). MC shot better (40%-32%) and got to the line a little more often (10-12 FT; Pace 4-6 FT) to help their cause. The Warriors will visit Bentley on Sunday in the quarterfinals.

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