Women's Game Recaps #23 - 12/8-10/17

Chestnut Hill hands Sciences its first loss; St. Thomas Aquinas now the only unbeaten team in region; Stonehill and Southern Connecticut win NE-10 divisional showdowns

Standings

Northeast Division


2017-18 NE10 Women's Basketball Northeast Standings

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

Southwest Division


2017-18 NE10 Women's Basketball Southwest Standings

Institution Conf All
Pace 5-1 8-2
Southern Conn. St. 5-1 7-3
St. Rose 3-3 5-4
LeMoyne 3-3 5-5
Adelphi 3-3 5-6
American Int'l 1-5 4-7
New Haven 1-5 3-6
Stat Leaders
stat/leader
Points per game
J Fogle
Post
22.5
D Watts
American Int'l
21.1
S Ryan
Saint Anselm
20.3
K Lorenzen
Southern N.H.
19.7
L Werner
Merrimack
17.7
A Casey
Merrimack
17.3
J Erickson
St. Thomas Aquinas
17.1
M Hood
NYIT
17.0
D Quick
Dist. Columbia
17.0
S Saba
Daemen
16.9
Complete Leaders

Rebounds per game
K Steinauer
Southern Conn. St.
12.0
M Hood
NYIT
10.9
V Lux
Bentley
10.5
S Patterson
LIU Post
10.4
J Fogle
Post
10.3
K Lorenzen
Southern N.H.
10.1
S Ryan
Saint Anselm
10.0
H Black
Concordia (N.Y.)
10.0
D Watts
American Int'l
9.7
S Delaney
St. Michael's
9.6
Complete Leaders

FG
S Ryan
Saint Anselm
86-172
D Watts
American Int'l
84-169
A Casey
Merrimack
72-165
V Lux
Bentley
68-133
K Lorenzen
Southern N.H.
67-134
S Patterson
LIU Post
66-107
J Wildgoose
Chestnut Hill
63-120
J Thacker
Franklin Pierce
59-133
L Werner
Merrimack
58-145
M Moore
LIU Post
57-133
Complete Leaders

FG Pct
S Patterson
LIU Post
61.7
G Reuter
Stonehill
59.3
C Webster
Le Moyne
59.3
K Siscamanis
Caldwell
58.9
L Dollard
St. Rose
56.0
S Hyslip
Stonehill
55.7
D Cochran
Bloomfield
53.7
N Grant
Wilmington (Del.)
52.9
J Wildgoose
Chestnut Hill
52.5
J Erickson
St. Thomas Aquinas
52.4
Complete Leaders

3PT
V Tumasz
Chestnut Hill
38-82
L Werner
Merrimack
30-82
J Erickson
St. Thomas Aquinas
29-65
M Rowland
Queens (N.Y.)
26-76
E Maher
Jefferson
26-58
L Covley
Roberts Wesleyan
26-73
S Glenn
Chestnut Hill
24-71
J Heinold
Daemen
23-51
F Stephens
Adelphi
23-71
L Green
Bentley
23-56
Complete Leaders

3PT Pct
S Guerrier
Felician
53.8
J Winnik
St. Thomas Aquinas
51.7
I Brown-Smikle
Pace
50.0
S Nady
Roberts Wesleyan
47.2
V Tumasz
Chestnut Hill
46.3
A McGrogan
Goldey-Beacom
46.2
J Heinold
Daemen
45.1
E Maher
Jefferson
44.8
J Erickson
St. Thomas Aquinas
44.6
M Fontaine
Bentley
43.5
Complete Leaders

FT
K Lorenzen
Southern N.H.
60-69
D Watts
American Int'l
59-75
D Quick
Dist. Columbia
47-62
J Fogle
Post
47-55
Y Villegas
Nyack
43-50
B Brown
Nyack
42-56
J Dellisanti
Pace
41-52
E Miller
Roberts Wesleyan
41-52
J Wildgoose
Chestnut Hill
40-48
K Dickson
Bridgeport
39-49
Complete Leaders

FT Pct
I Ye
USciences
100.0
K Mahon
Queens (N.Y.)
95.2
M Roberts
Le Moyne
92.6
A Monteleone
Pace
90.0
G Rosalbo
Pace
90.0
A Thomas
USciences
90.0
A Guyon
American Int'l
88.0
K Lorenzen
Southern N.H.
87.0
Y Villegas
Nyack
86.0
C Gibson
Chestnut Hill
85.7
Complete Leaders

Points
D Watts
American Int'l
232
S Ryan
Saint Anselm
203
K Lorenzen
Southern N.H.
197
V Tumasz
Chestnut Hill
180
L Werner
Merrimack
177
A Casey
Merrimack
173
J Wildgoose
Chestnut Hill
166
S Patterson
LIU Post
164
K Drogsler
Caldwell
162
V Lux
Bentley
160
Complete Leaders

Total rebounds
K Steinauer
Southern Conn. St.
120
V Lux
Bentley
115
D Watts
American Int'l
107
S Patterson
LIU Post
104
J Wildgoose
Chestnut Hill
103
K Lorenzen
Southern N.H.
101
S Ryan
Saint Anselm
100
M Hood
NYIT
98
S Delaney
St. Michael's
96
J Smith
Holy Family
93
Complete Leaders

Assists
N Vukosavljevic
NYIT
76
K Alves
Merrimack
62
K Martin
Stonehill
57
S Sanders
Caldwell
54
J Erickson
St. Thomas Aquinas
53
M Trossi
Chestnut Hill
51
A Hofstaedter
Holy Family
50
M Roberts
Le Moyne
46
B Purcell
St. Michael's
43
M Smith
Bentley
38
Complete Leaders

Steals
M Rowland
Queens (N.Y.)
30
I Grady
Molloy
29
K Alves
Merrimack
29
B Camara
Southern N.H.
24
V Tumasz
Chestnut Hill
24
S Sanders
Caldwell
24
B Musgrove
Bentley
23
M Smith
Bentley
23
M Mosley
Franklin Pierce
23
D Quick
Dist. Columbia
23
Complete Leaders

Blocks
E Grip
Stonehill
33
S Vonleh
Bridgeport
25
S Ryan
Saint Anselm
23
J Dobrovosky
Le Moyne
18
H Black
Concordia (N.Y.)
18
A Henderson
St. Thomas Aquinas
17
T Miller
St. Michael's
15
M Moore
LIU Post
14
J Wildgoose
Chestnut Hill
14
E Maher
Jefferson
14
Complete Leaders

Minutes
K Drogsler
Caldwell
359
M Roberts
Le Moyne
355
A Hofstaedter
Holy Family
354
S Sanders
Caldwell
348
B Brown
Nyack
347
V Tumasz
Chestnut Hill
347
A Guyon
American Int'l
347
S Glenn
Chestnut Hill
342
D Watts
American Int'l
341
I Grady
Molloy
337
Complete Leaders

Upcoming Events
13 Dec
Southern N.H. at Concordia (N.Y.)
13 Dec
NYIT at LIU Post
13 Dec
Pace at Molloy
13 Dec
Felician at Southern Conn. St.
13 Dec
Chestnut Hill at New Haven
Results
12 Dec
76 Mercy
81 at Chestnut Hill
12 Dec
60 American Int'l
56 at Bridgeport
12 Dec
80 Bentley
59 at Merrimack
11 Dec
75 Stonehill
63 at Roberts Wesleyan
Game Recaps

Women's Game Recaps #25 - 12/12/17

Women’s Game Recaps #25 – 12/12/17                                                                                                                                                                                             

  • A light Tuesday in the region provided a trio of games, starting with an NE-10 clash in North Andover…

 

  • Bentley raced to an 11-0 lead out of the gate and never trailed in beating Merrimack, 80-59, to reclaim a piece of the NE-10 Northeast Division lead. Victoria Lux (17 points, 11 rebounds) and Macchi Smith (12 points; career-best 13 boards) helmed the Falcons attack as they pulled into the break with a 39-23 advantage. Mayson Kimball (career-high 28 points; 10-15 FG, 5-7 3FG) ignited a Warrior rally in the third quarter which sliced the deficit to 57-48 but the home team couldn’t get any closer. Bentley slammed the door shut by notching 17 of the first 22 points in the fourth period (73-52). Becca Musgrove (14 points) and Lauren Green (11 points) were also in double digits for the Falcons as they shot better (44-29% FG), won the glass (49-38) and out-scored MC heavily in points-off-turnovers (24-5) despite forcing only four more giveaways (19-15). Lindsay Werner dropped in 13 points for the Warriors in support of Kimball.

 

  • Ishanna Brown scored a career-high 23 points to lead AIC to a hard-earned 60-56 win at Bridgeport in non-league play. The Yellow Jackets trailed at the half, 34-33, but a 12-0 burst fueled by Brown (eight points) to start the second half gave the guests a lead (45-34, 7:17) they didn’t relinquish. Still, the Purple Knights chipped away at the margin and came within a point twice down the stretch, the last time after a pair of Kadijah Dickson (10 points, 7 assists, 6 rebounds) foul shots with 12 seconds left, 57-56. Brown and Alyssa Guyon (16 points) each sank single free throws after that to complete the scoring and consign UB to its fourth straight defeat. Nadia Wooten added 14 points for AIC, which canned more three-pointers than UB (7-2), negating a 44-28 Purple Knight rebound bulge. Samnell Vonleh (16 points, 9 caroms) and Morgen Caution (11 points) led the way for Bridgeport along with Dickson.

 

  • Chestnut Hill won only one of four quarters against Mercy in their non-league game but it proved to be enough to propel them to an 81-76 win in Philadelphia. The Griffins crafted a 31-19 edge after one period and rode that out, fending off a couple of Maverick runs the rest of the night. CHC held as much as a 21-point edge in the first half (43-22) and got to the interval ahead, 50-39. Mercy trimmed it to 66-60 after three periods and closed the gap to two points on multiple occasions thereafter, the last at 70-68. A 7-0 response from Chestnut Hill extended the lead to 77-68 (2:22), which they needed, since Mercy ended the game on an 8-3 burst to create the final tally. Jaeda Wildgoose (17 points), Cassie Sebold (15 points, 6 dimes), Vicky Tumasz (13 points, 4-8 3FG) and Shannon Glenn (10 points, 9 caroms) all had hands in the win for the Griffins, who are now 4-0 against ECC foes. Mercy received a career-game from Abigail Collier (21 points, 11 boards, 4-7 3FG) and also a personal-best 19 points (and 10 boards) from Amber Brown to stay alive. Anna Zaborowska (11 points) and Latisha Clark (10 points) lent depth for the Mavericks yet were unable to prevent the Mavericks from sustaining their fourth straight loss.

 

  • National polls were released yesterday by both the WBCA and D2SIDA. Bentley sits #8 in the former and #12 in the latter and is the only regional team in the top 25 of both polls. The University of the Sciences is #24 in the WBCA poll and receiving votes in the D2SIDA poll. St. Thomas Aquinas is #8 in the D2SIDA poll and receiving votes in the WBCA poll. Jefferson comes in at #22 in the D2SIDA poll while Stonehill received votes in the WBCA poll.
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