Standings

Northeast Division


2017-18 NE10 Women's Basketball Northeast Standings

Institution Conf All
Stonehill 20-1 24-2
Bentley 18-3 24-3
Saint Anselm 13-8 17-11
Southern NH 12-9 16-11
Merrimack 11-10 15-11
Assumption 7-14 10-16
St. Michael's 5-16 8-18
Franklin Pierce 1-20 4-22

Southwest Division


2017-18 NE10 Women's Basketball Southwest Standings

Institution Conf All
Southern Conn. St. 14-6 20-8
LeMoyne 12-8 16-10
Pace 11-9 15-13
Adelphi 9-11 13-15
St. Rose 8-12 10-16
New Haven 7-13 12-14
American Int'l 6-14 12-16
Stat Leaders
stat/leader
Points per game
Z Robinson
Bloomfield
21.5
D Watts
American Int'l
20.5
S Ryan
Saint Anselm
18.5
S Saba
Daemen
17.7
K Lorenzen
Southern N.H.
17.4
J Fogle
Post
17.0
J Erickson
St. Thomas Aquinas
17.0
V Tumasz
Chestnut Hill
16.8
A Kerr
New Haven
16.5
D Quick
Dist. Columbia
16.0
Complete Leaders

Rebounds per game
S Ryan
Saint Anselm
11.0
K Steinauer
Southern Conn. St.
10.5
D Watts
American Int'l
10.5
H Black
Concordia (N.Y.)
10.4
Z Robinson
Bloomfield
10.2
V Lux
Bentley
9.6
B Bryson
Goldey-Beacom
9.4
D Davis-Stewart
Merrimack
9.4
S Patterson
LIU Post
9.4
M Hood
NYIT
9.1
Complete Leaders

FG
S Ryan
Saint Anselm
215-453
D Watts
American Int'l
207-425
K Lorenzen
Southern N.H.
169-361
S Saba
Daemen
166-408
M Hood
NYIT
161-317
S Patterson
LIU Post
159-263
J Wildgoose
Chestnut Hill
159-294
J Erickson
St. Thomas Aquinas
151-301
B Bryson
Goldey-Beacom
150-314
A Casey
Merrimack
149-355
Complete Leaders

FG Pct
S Patterson
LIU Post
60.5
C Webster
Le Moyne
56.2
M Viapiano
Bentley
54.4
J Wildgoose
Chestnut Hill
54.1
J Gee
Dominican (N.Y.)
51.7
K Siscamanis
Caldwell
51.4
M O'Donnell
Assumption
51.2
A Henderson
St. Thomas Aquinas
51.0
M Hood
NYIT
50.8
J Erickson
St. Thomas Aquinas
50.2
Complete Leaders

3PT
V Tumasz
Chestnut Hill
94-213
L Covley
Roberts Wesleyan
79-203
J Erickson
St. Thomas Aquinas
76-169
F Stephens
Adelphi
71-206
J Vitelli
USciences
64-171
C Walsh
Stonehill
63-169
A Hurlbert
Southern Conn. St.
63-167
J Placher
Georgian Court
63-163
M Robinson
Wilmington (Del.)
61-182
T Lebron
Caldwell
61-163
Complete Leaders

3PT Pct
J Erickson
St. Thomas Aquinas
45.0
V Tumasz
Chestnut Hill
44.1
A Williams
Jefferson
41.9
S Nady
Roberts Wesleyan
41.7
M Fontaine
Bentley
41.6
M Roberts
Le Moyne
41.5
A Thomas
USciences
40.3
J Winnik
St. Thomas Aquinas
40.2
K Garrett
LIU Post
40.0
L Green
Bentley
39.7
Complete Leaders

FT
D Watts
American Int'l
149-189
K Lorenzen
Southern N.H.
125-149
D Quick
Dist. Columbia
125-175
M O'Donnell
Assumption
118-155
J Kaminski
Jefferson
112-167
N James
Roberts Wesleyan
106-127
J Wildgoose
Chestnut Hill
105-129
B Brown
Nyack
103-141
A Kerr
New Haven
103-157
S Saba
Daemen
99-139
Complete Leaders

FT Pct
A Williams
Jefferson
90.3
C Putnam
Saint Anselm
89.9
J Gee
Dominican (N.Y.)
88.5
A Thomas
USciences
88.1
J Erickson
St. Thomas Aquinas
87.0
T Tripptree
NYIT
87.0
N Vukosavljevic
NYIT
86.3
K Martin
Stonehill
85.1
M Smith
Bentley
84.6
V Tumasz
Chestnut Hill
84.5
Complete Leaders

Points
D Watts
American Int'l
575
S Ryan
Saint Anselm
519
K Lorenzen
Southern N.H.
471
S Saba
Daemen
460
J Erickson
St. Thomas Aquinas
458
V Tumasz
Chestnut Hill
454
D Quick
Dist. Columbia
433
K Drogsler
Caldwell
431
S Abbonizio
USciences
430
A Kerr
New Haven
428
Complete Leaders

Total rebounds
S Ryan
Saint Anselm
309
K Steinauer
Southern Conn. St.
295
D Watts
American Int'l
294
V Lux
Bentley
258
B Bryson
Goldey-Beacom
255
S Patterson
LIU Post
245
H Black
Concordia (N.Y.)
240
K Lorenzen
Southern N.H.
239
M Hood
NYIT
237
J Wildgoose
Chestnut Hill
231
Complete Leaders

Assists
N Vukosavljevic
NYIT
182
K Alves
Merrimack
162
A Hofstaedter
Holy Family
149
S Sanders
Caldwell
141
K Martin
Stonehill
136
J Erickson
St. Thomas Aquinas
131
M Roberts
Le Moyne
121
R Rabeiro
Dominican (N.Y.)
112
C Prokic
Georgian Court
111
I Grady
Molloy
109
Complete Leaders

Steals
S Sanders
Caldwell
81
K Drogsler
Caldwell
72
K Alves
Merrimack
71
R Rabeiro
Dominican (N.Y.)
66
A Bertolino
St. Thomas Aquinas
65
E Ferreri
St. Michael's
63
I Grady
Molloy
63
D Quick
Dist. Columbia
62
N Vukosavljevic
NYIT
61
M Rowland
Queens (N.Y.)
60
Complete Leaders

Blocks
E Grip
Stonehill
93
D Davis-Stewart
Merrimack
78
H Black
Concordia (N.Y.)
63
S Vonleh
Bridgeport
62
A Henderson
St. Thomas Aquinas
56
S Ryan
Saint Anselm
55
J Dobrovosky
Le Moyne
45
M Caution
Bridgeport
43
B Bryson
Goldey-Beacom
43
L Trisch
USciences
35
Complete Leaders

Minutes
C Putnam
Saint Anselm
973
I Grady
Molloy
966
E Matthews
Wilmington (Del.)
952
A Hofstaedter
Holy Family
947
M Robinson
Wilmington (Del.)
930
B Bonin
Queens (N.Y.)
920
N Vukosavljevic
NYIT
919
T Turner-Rush
Goldey-Beacom
919
K Drogsler
Caldwell
916
M Roberts
Le Moyne
913
Complete Leaders

Upcoming Events
23 Feb
Daemen at LIU Post
23 Feb
Roberts Wesleyan at NYIT
23 Feb
St. Rose at Southern N.H.
23 Feb
Merrimack at Adelphi
24 Feb
Dominican (N.Y.) at Nyack
24 Feb
Felician at Georgian Court
24 Feb
USciences at Chestnut Hill
24 Feb
Concordia (N.Y.) at Post
24 Feb
Goldey-Beacom at Wilmington (Del.)
24 Feb
Dist. Columbia at St. Thomas Aquinas
24 Feb
Bloomfield at Caldwell
24 Feb
Bridgeport at Queens (N.Y.)
24 Feb
Mercy at Molloy
24 Feb
Holy Family at Jefferson
Results
21 Feb
66 Queens (N.Y.)
58 at Mercy
21 Feb
70 Jefferson
56 at Goldey-Beacom
21 Feb
72 Wilmington (Del.)
83 at Georgian Court
21 Feb
68 Chestnut Hill
63 at Holy Family
21 Feb
46 Concordia (N.Y.)
81 at Dominican (N.Y.)
21 Feb
52 Bloomfield
46 at Felician
21 Feb
79 Caldwell
69 at Post
21 Feb
40 Molloy
54 at Bridgeport
Game Recaps

Women's Game Recaps #68 - 2/21/18

 Women’s Game Recaps #68 – 2/21/18

  

  • Both the CACC and ECC regular seasons are quickly coming to a close, with both loops in action on Tuesday and playoff scenarios clearing up. The report starts with action in the ECC…

  

  • Queens locked up an ECC post season berth with a hard-earned 66-58 win at Mercy. Beth Bonin (24 points, 5-11 3FG) and Marina Ramon Lopez (13 points, 12 boards) filled the stat sheet for the Knights, who fell behind early but rallied to prevail. The Mavericks led 33-24 late in the first half and pulled into the break with a 38-33 lead. It was a 44-37 game with 7:25 left in the third quarter when QC struck with the killer run, a 13-0 surge that gave them the lead for good (50-44). Mercy stayed in it and was still as close as 62-58 with 41 seconds left after an Amber Brown (18 points) basket but Bonin sank 4-4 at the line thereafter to confirm the result. Cynthia Perez (12 points) was also in double digits for the Mavericks in a game effort. The Knights will be on the road for the ECC playoffs as either the #5 or #6 seed… Bridgeport did their part to stay alive in the ECC playoff race with a 54-40 victory over Molloy but Queens’ win eliminated the Purple Knights just the same. UB’s defense was dominant in the first half against the Lions, holding Molloy to just 3-25 field goal shooting in the first half and arriving at the half with an astounding 25-7 lead. Molloy more than doubled its point total with a 16-point third period and they played UB closer in the second half but the damage was already done. Bridgeport’s lead never dipped below double figures in the second half as they coasted to the win. Samnell Vonleh (11 points, 12 boards) and Morgen Caution (10 points, 9 caroms) led a UB attack which ruled the glass (49-21) and fared a lot better than Molloy from deep (UB 7-17; Molloy 4-16 3FG). The Lions, who have lost ten in a row, were topped by Melody Prichard’s 19 points.

  

  • Saturday will feature a CACC North Division showdown for the top seed when Caldwell hosts Bloomfield; both teams warmed up for the clash with wins on Wednesday… Caldwell came back after digging an early hole and beat Post, 79-69, to pick up its sixth straight win. The Eagles held a 22-11 lead less than eight minutes into the contest but the Cougars caught them at 27 and eventually surged ahead by the half, 38-33. Caldwell pushed the gap to 60-48 late in the third period but Post hung in it and chopped the margin down to 72-66 with 2:50 left. The Cougars stayed the course, though, to nail it down. Kristen Siscamanis (17 points, 10 rebounds), Kristen Drogsler (17 points), Maura Kelty (13 points) and Sharell Sanders (10 points, 6 assists) all played key roles for the Cougars while Gabriela Middleton (14 points, 7 helpers), Jasmyne Fogle (12 points) and Meaghan Gotham (10 points, 8 rebounds) propped up Post. The loss eliminated the Eagles from post season contention… Bloomfield nipped Felician, 52-46, to stay in step with Caldwell near the top of the CACC North. On the flip side, Felician clinched a playoff spot (as the #4 seed in the loop) thanks to Post’s loss and will travel to Sciences for a quarterfinal contest. The Bears never actually trailed in this game but their advantages at the various checkpoints (26-20 at the half, 41-38 after three frames) were slim. BC extended their edge to 52-42 with 3:56 to play and despite not scoring again they were able to hold on. Zhane Robinson (12 points, 12 boards), Bobbi Floyd (11 points, 11 caroms) and Aanise Barnes (8 points, 13 boards) were the pivotal figures for Bloomfield as they enjoyed a +13 on the glass (59-46). Shana Owen, Kameron Stone (12 points each) and Treanda Foster (13 rebounds) played well for the Golden Falcons, who out-shot BC on the night, 31-25%... The other CACC North Division playoff piece fell into place as Dominican claimed the #3 seed with an 81-46 decision against Concordia. The Chargers had little issue here, blasting to a 41-19 halftime lead and rolling in from there. Jasmine Gee (22 points, 12 boards) and Taylor Tomlinson (11 points, 8 rebounds) led the DC effort as they shot better (45-28%), won the boards (49-37) and scored 32 points off 23 Clipper turnovers. Nicole Nicholson (16 points) and Amiya Rankins (10 points) reached double digits for Concordia.

  

  • The CACC South Division playoff spots are now finalized after Wednesday’s slate… Jefferson secured the #2 seed (behind idle #1 seed the University of the Sciences) by fending off Goldey-Beacom, 70-56.The Rams held a 28-22 halftime lead and widened it to 46-35 by the end of three periods, keeping the Lightning at least eight points back the rest of the way. Alynna Williams (23 points), Jessica Kaminski (13 points, 10 boards) and Rachel Day (10 points) got the job done for the Rams as they posted a +16 on the glass (44-28). Britani Bryson (15 points, 8 rebounds) and Tanner Turner-Rush (15 points; 5-11 3FG) helped the Lightning stay close. Jefferson will host Dominican in a CACC quarterfinal game… Chestnut Hill will be the #3 seed from the CACC South as a result of the Jefferson win but the Griffins took care of their own business with a 68-63 win against #4 seed Holy Family. The Tigers led for much of the first half (22-12 was the peak lead) and by a 26-23 halftime count but a 12-4 run helped the Griffins claim a 42-41 edge by the end of the third frame. CHC stretched the lead to 55-45 (5:12) before the Tigers fought back with a 13-4 spell to trim it to 59-58 at the 2:23 mark. That was as close as HFU came as Cassie Sebold and Shannon Glenn (11 points) tallied the next five points for Chestnut Hill to make it 64-58 (1:11), enough to see the game out. Vicky Tumasz (18 points; 5-8 3FG) and Cailey Gibson (14 points, 7 boards) topped the CHC attack and they will visit either Caldwell or Bloomfield in the CACC quarterfinals. Alexis Hofstaedter (16 points, 7 boards, 5 assists), Elizabeth Radley (14 points), Casey Thomas (12 points, 6 rebounds) and Casey Schweitzer (10 points, 7 caroms) filled the stat sheet for Holy Family, who will also travel to either Caldwell or Bloomfield in the CACC playoffs… Georgian Court rode a decisive 16-0 run spanning the third and fourth periods to claim an 83-72 win over Wilmington and snap a five-game slide. The Lions scored the final four points of the third period to go ahead for keeps (60-58) and then tacked on the first dozen to kick off the last frame (72-58), leaving the Wildcats stranded. Jaelyn Tweedy scored ten of her 20 points during the big splurge, joining Jess Placher (28 points; 4-9 3FG) and Carna Prokic (14 points) as GCU’s big guns. Macy Robinson (28 points) and Emma Matthews (13 points) were among four double digit scorers for WU but they still sustained their ninth straight setback. Georgian Court shot a bit better (49-44%) and made a few more three-pointers (9-7) in a game that saw eight ties and seven lead changes.  

  

  • This week’s all-important NCAA Division II East Regional rankings were released yesterday with the top seven teams exactly the same as last week: Stonehill (#1), Sciences (#2), Bentley (#3), St. Thomas Aquinas (#4), Caldwell (#5), LIU Post (#6) and Jefferson (#7). Southern Connecticut moved up from #10 to #8 while Roberts Wesleyan dropped from #8 to #9. St. Anselm is the only new entrant (#10), bumping Southern New Hampshire from the poll.
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