JANUARY 17 RECAPS

UDC rallies past Roberts, Franklin Pierce stops Saint Rose

JANUARY 15 RECAPS

Concordia pulls major upset of Dominican; Post takes over first in the CACC North; ECC leaders maintain perfect league marks

JANUARY 14 RECAPS

New Haven, Stonehill and AIC pull stunners on a fascinating NE10 Tuesday

McCAFFREY'S MUSINGS

The latest rankings and women;s mid-season awards highlight an action-filled week

JANUARY 11-12 RECAPS

Bridgeport and Adelphi stretch their streaks to eight with huge wins as 11 of 17 weekend games go down to the wire - and some even beyond

Standings

Northeast Division


2019-20 NE10 Northeast Men's Basketball Standings

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

Southwest Division


2019-20 NE10 Southwest Men's Basketball Standings

Institution Conf All
Le Moyne 8-1 12-5
Adelphi 6-3 13-5
Southern Conn. St. 5-4 9-6
New Haven 5-4 7-8
Pace 4-5 12-6
American Int'l 3-6 6-12
Saint Rose 1-8 4-14
Stat Leaders
stat/leader
Points per game
A Sischo
Daemen
25.4
J Head
Wilmington (Del.)
22.9
P Wejnert
Pace
22.8
S Sylla
Saint Rose
22.3
N Corbett
Molloy
21.2
D Fadojutimi
Franklin Pierce
20.9
R Silva
Adelphi
20.7
E Bovell
Queens (N.Y.)
20.4
E Bailey
New Haven
19.3
W Moreton
Stonehill
19.2
Complete Leaders

Rebounds per game
B Griffin
Mercy
13.1
A Sischo
Daemen
12.2
S Sylla
Saint Rose
11.9
M Lajeunesse
Bloomfield
10.7
T Brown
Le Moyne
10.3
C Murphy
USciences
9.9
D Mallory
Jefferson
9.4
T Adams ii
Southern Conn. St.
9.4
J Copman
Dominican (N.Y.)
9.1
P Wejnert
Pace
8.8
Complete Leaders

FG
A Sischo
Daemen
188-292
S Sylla
Saint Rose
159-274
P Wejnert
Pace
137-246
D Mallory
Jefferson
133-234
R Silva
Adelphi
131-301
E Bovell
Queens (N.Y.)
126-256
J Head
Wilmington (Del.)
123-273
B Aughburns
Holy Family
121-226
C Hudson
Bentley
121-210
D Fadojutimi
Franklin Pierce
113-224
Complete Leaders

FG Pct
A Sischo
Daemen
64.4
J Copman
Dominican (N.Y.)
60.7
A Beech
Adelphi
59.4
B Powell
Pace
59.2
G Venable
American Int'l
59.1
O Caraballo
St. Thomas Aquinas
58.7
C Murphy
USciences
58.1
J White
Assumption
58.1
S Sylla
Saint Rose
58.0
C Hudson
Bentley
57.6
Complete Leaders

3PT
R Silva
Adelphi
60-169
J Redband
Daemen
57-136
T Ginyard
Dominican (N.Y.)
55-139
N Corbett
Molloy
51-123
D Fadojutimi
Franklin Pierce
50-113
J Colon
Dist. Columbia
50-144
S Hicks
American Int'l
49-129
D Boyd
Post
47-126
M Kelly
Assumption
47-116
W Moreton
Stonehill
46-104
Complete Leaders

3PT Pct
S Bresnan
Franklin Pierce
50.0
R Conroy
Southern N.H.
50.0
D Thomas
New Haven
49.3
D Roberts
St. Thomas Aquinas
48.8
S Foley
Adelphi
48.4
K Glover
Assumption
48.0
J Mello-Klein
Bentley
47.7
S Fanning
Roberts Wesleyan
47.0
S Simon
USciences
46.4
S Torre
Molloy
45.9
Complete Leaders

FT
J Head
Wilmington (Del.)
107-122
A Sischo
Daemen
101-143
P Wejnert
Pace
83-128
S Sylla
Saint Rose
83-119
V Covington
Caldwell
83-98
C Paul
Saint Anselm
82-105
A Lee
Roberts Wesleyan
75-97
R Clark
Roberts Wesleyan
72-83
J Bailey
Nyack
68-83
K Brown
St. Michael's
68-89
Complete Leaders

FT Pct
R Roland
Le Moyne
92.3
K Richard
Southern Conn. St.
90.6
M Webb
Bentley
89.1
O Chose
Stonehill
88.9
K Gorski
Queens (N.Y.)
88.2
J Head
Wilmington (Del.)
87.7
A Anderson
Saint Rose
87.3
E Bailey
New Haven
86.9
R Clark
Roberts Wesleyan
86.7
A Nasseri
Roberts Wesleyan
86.4
Complete Leaders

Points
A Sischo
Daemen
483
S Sylla
Saint Rose
402
J Head
Wilmington (Del.)
389
R Silva
Adelphi
373
P Wejnert
Pace
364
D Fadojutimi
Franklin Pierce
334
W Moreton
Stonehill
327
E Bovell
Queens (N.Y.)
326
N Corbett
Molloy
318
S Abdus-Sabur
Bloomfield
317
Complete Leaders

Total rebounds
A Sischo
Daemen
232
S Sylla
Saint Rose
214
M Lajeunesse
Bloomfield
193
B Griffin
Mercy
183
T Brown
Le Moyne
175
J Copman
Dominican (N.Y.)
155
S Cisse
St. Thomas Aquinas
154
D Mallory
Jefferson
151
W Moreton
Stonehill
148
C Hudson
Bentley
145
Complete Leaders

Assists
B Jacobs
Pace
143
B Hoban
Holy Family
122
J Mello-Klein
Bentley
112
K Guerra
Jefferson
95
R Roland
Le Moyne
84
R Silva
Adelphi
83
J Garcia
Dominican (N.Y.)
82
J Head
Wilmington (Del.)
80
D Rowland
New Haven
78
A Gilbertson
Pace
71
Complete Leaders

Steals
R Montilus
Pace
44
R Roland
Le Moyne
40
B Camara
Bridgeport
40
J Colon
Dist. Columbia
38
J Garcia
Dominican (N.Y.)
37
G Singleton
St. Thomas Aquinas
36
D Sims
Concordia (N.Y.)
36
J Head
Wilmington (Del.)
34
K Guerra
Jefferson
34
B Harris
Daemen
32
Complete Leaders

Blocks
B Aughburns
Holy Family
38
J West
Goldey-Beacom
36
M Lajeunesse
Bloomfield
33
J Copman
Dominican (N.Y.)
32
B Griffin
Mercy
27
C Hudson
Bentley
26
A Ajia
Post
26
K Brown
St. Michael's
25
A Smith
Dist. Columbia
24
B Powell
Pace
24
Complete Leaders

Minutes
K Guerra
Jefferson
685
J Bradanese
Jefferson
645
C Hudson
Bentley
643
A Sischo
Daemen
642
B Jacobs
Pace
635
J Redband
Daemen
633
S Sylla
Saint Rose
628
A Anderson
Saint Rose
614
J Mello-Klein
Bentley
613
J Head
Wilmington (Del.)
608
Complete Leaders

Upcoming Events
21 Jan
Felician at Caldwell
21 Jan
Dominican (N.Y.) at Post
21 Jan
Concordia (N.Y.) at Nyack
21 Jan
USciences at Wilmington (Del.)
21 Jan
Goldey-Beacom at Georgian Court
21 Jan
Chestnut Hill at Jefferson
Results
19 Jan
90 Caldwell
71 at Chestnut Hill
19 Jan
65 Daemen
61 at Dist. Columbia
18 Jan
65 Jefferson
61 at Dominican (N.Y.)
18 Jan
90 Adelphi
117 at Saint Anselm
18 Jan
Men's Basketball
Final - OT
85 New Haven
83 at Stonehill
18 Jan
61 Post
73 at USciences
18 Jan
75 Nyack
71 at Goldey-Beacom
18 Jan
89 Felician
51 at Wilmington (Del.)
18 Jan
83 Le Moyne
73 at Southern N.H.
18 Jan
54 American Int'l
75 at Assumption
18 Jan
83 Concordia (N.Y.)
80 at Georgian Court
18 Jan
61 Mercy
85 at Molloy
18 Jan
61 St. Michael's
63 at Southern Conn. St.
18 Jan
72 New York Tech
82 at Bridgeport
18 Jan
56 Holy Family
89 at Bloomfield
18 Jan
66 Bentley
76 at Pace
18 Jan
77 Queens (N.Y.)
88 at St. Thomas Aquinas
Game Recaps

JANUARY 17 RECAPS

There were just two regional games on Friday night - one scheduled and the other rescheduled; one in the southernmost outpost and the other in one of the northernmost:

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 83 ROBERTS WESLEYAN 72

Career games from Juanye Colon (35 points, 11-18 FG, 5-10 from 3-point land, 8-8 FT, eight rebounds) and Zachary Olukanni (27 points, 10-12 FG, six boards) highlighted a major comeback victory for District of Columbia over Roberts Wesleyan in Washington, pulling into a three-way tie for third in the ECC pecking order. A 20-0 second-half blitz - featuring 11 straight by Colon - flipped a 47-32 deficit into a 52-47 lead that would never be relinquished. The Redhawks - who had built a 40-26 advantage on the strength of a 17-4 uprising late in the opening period - came within 67-66 inside of the four-minute mark, but the Firebirds embarked on a 16-6 flourish to close out the contest. Colon's fingerprints were all over the final burst, kick-starting it with a 3-ball and capping it with four free throws over the closing 23 seconds. Jahmir Marable Williams dished out 11 assists and pulled down six rebounds for UDC, which shot 60% after halftime and parlayed 12 turnovers into 20 points during the decisive period. Reggie Clark erupted for 28 points (10-16 FG) to pace Roberts, which also received solid outings from Amari Lee (16 points, four assists) and Armon Nasseri (13 points, eight rebounds and four dishes). The Firebirds are now tied with Molloy and Daemen for third and will host the latter on Sunday in an attempt to capture a fourth straight win.

FRANKLIN PIERCE 83 SAINT ROSE 65

Doyin Fadojutimi collected 24 points, seven rebounds and five steals while Maxwell Zegarowski chipped in with 13 points off the bench, powering Franklin Pierce past Saint Rose at the FPU Fieldouse in a game moved up a day in the face of Saturday's winter storm. A 14-2 run - sparked by a Falu Seck triple - transformed a 24-22 shortfall into a 36-26 lead with 5:20 left in the half, and the Ravens never looked back, maintaining between a nine- and 15-point lead until an 11-2 surge late in the second half expanded the margin from 72-59 to 83-61 with 1:28 on the clock. Sean Fasoyiro (nine rebounds) and Isaiah Moore (four assists) each contributed 11 points for the winners, who were dreadful from beyond the arc (6-36 compared to CSR's 7-17) but were perfect at the line (19-19) and outscored their guests 31-10 off turnovers, forcing 27 while committing only 10 on the night. Sekou Sylla posted his national-best 14th double-double with 22 points (7-10 FG) and 12 rebounds in defeat for the Golden Knights, who also placed Manasseh Small (personal-best 20 points, 6-8 from deep) and Adam Anderson (11 points) in double figures while outshooting their hosts, 49%-40%. Franklin Pierce now creeps within a half-game of first-place co-leaders Bentley and Stonehill in the NE10's Northeast Division.

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