April 08, 2020
BANGOR DAILY NEWS (BANGOR, MAINE

Davis powers Colby to title

WATERVILLE – Zeb Davis hit two 3-pointers in overtime Saturday to lift the Colby College White Mules to a 75-69 men’s basketball victory over Hamilton (N.Y.) College in the Colby Invitational championship at Wadsworth Gym.

Davis finished with 21 points and earned tournament MVP honors. All-tournament choice Sam Clark paced Colby with 33 points and 10 rebounds.

Kris Fudge paced Hamilton with 19 points.

The all-tourney team also included: Antrone Moore, UM-Presque Isle; Alonzo Hoose, Notre Dame; Joe Finley and Kris Fudge, Hamilton.

Hamilton (4-1) 69

Driggs 1-2-5, Casey 0-1-1, Yanni 1-0-3, McCarthy 6-1-17, Harrison 3-0-6, Fudge 8-3-19, Ferretti, Hammond 2-0-4, Finley 6-2-14

Colby (5-0) 75

Moro 1-0-3, Forsyth, Loukes, Allen 3-3-9, Strahorn 1-3-5, Davis 7-2-21, Civiello 1-0-2, Clark 12-6-33, Crosman 0-2-2

3-pt. goals: Driggs, Yanni, McCarthy 4; Moro, Davis 5, Clark 3

Halftime: Hamilton 28-27

Regulation: 63-63

Bowdoin 98, Maine Maritime 54

At Brunswick, David Baranowski scored 19 points Saturday to power the Polar Bears to victory.

Braden Clement and Danny Ginn scored 13 points each for Bowdoin and Greg Orlicz added 10.

Sam Taylor tossed in 17 points for Maine Maritime Academy of Castine. Corey Streams contributed 15 and Peter Pitula had 12.

Maine Maritime Acad. (3-2) 54

Garland 0-1-1, Streams 5-5-15, Pitula 4-2-12, Taylor 6-2-17, Newland 1-0-3, Paquette, Oxley 2-2-6

Bowdoin (4-1) 98

Gilbride 3-0-7, McKinnon 3-0-6, Clement 5-0-13, Ranslow 4-0-8, Baranowski 9-1-19, Lovely, Jamieson 1-0-2, Orlicz 4-0-10, McLeod 1-0-2, Harding 1-0-2, Ginn 5-0-13, McCabe, Farmer 3-2-8, Fleck 4-0-8

3-pt. goals: Pitula 2, Taylor 3, Newland; Gilbride, Clement 3, Orlicz 2, Ginn 3

Halftime: Bowdoin 48-20

St. Joseph’s 88, UM-Fort Kent 83

UM-Fort Kent (4-3) 83

Burns 3-2-8, Farrar 2-0-5, Bente 3-0-7, Tomblin 11-7-29, Bray 3-1-7, Daudier 4-2-11, Clavette, Ravelin 1-0-2, Young 3-2-8, Tolvaisa, Sutton 0-2-2, Traup 2-1-5, Clarke

St. Joseph’s (4-2) 88

Underwood 2-4-8, McPherson 2-7-11, Gore 0-2-2, Vose 9-2-21, Seaver 12-0-29, Willer, Pelletier 4-6-14, Drayer 1-1-3

3-pt. goals: Bente, Daudier; Vose, Seaver 5

Halftime: St. Joseph’s 44-35

Keene State 80, So. Maine 49 Keene State (4-1) 80

Torra 2-0-4, Gaillard 1-0-2, Coates 6-0-15, Purinton 4-3-12, Stantial 3-5-13, H. Jackson 1-1-3, Urquhart 1-0-3, P. Jackson 2-3-7, Dybizbanski 1-0-2, Fieldhouse 5-0-11, Johanson 4-0-8, Mullins, Swenson, Wheeler, Babul

USM (3-3) 49

Zimmerman 1-0-2, Millett 0-1-1, Tarbox 2-3-7, Grigsby 1-2-4, White 5-1-12, Thibodeau 0-2-2, Soucie 0-3-3, Coutts 2-1-5, DiStefano 1-1-3, Thomas 1-1-3, Stults, Blackstone

3-pt. goals: Coates 3; Stantial 2, Purinton, Urquhart, Fieldhouse; St. Pierre, White

Halftime: Keene State 44-19

Unity 97, No. Maine Tech 92 Northern Maine Tech 92

Schmidt 7-4-20, Drost 9-5-25, Czonek 7-0-18, Carmichael 4-0-8, Collins 2-2-7, Jellson 6-1-15

Unity 97

Schneider 11-2-24, Liberty 8-3-22, Belanger 8-5-21, Pope 8-2-18, Simino 2-0-4, Reitsma 1-0-2, Douglass 2-0-4, Lynch 1-0-2, Drake

3-pt. goals: Czonek 4, Schmidt 2, Drost 2, Jellson 2, Collins; Liberty 3

Halftime: NMT 53-47

New England 105, Thomas 78

Thomas 78

Troy 1-2-5, Orser 1-0-3, Pitcher 10-5-26, Look 1-0-2, Raymond 7-2-18, Cardaci 9-3-21, Maradasson 3-3-9, Grant, Ray, Rouse

New England 105

Eddins 1-2-5, Casale 3-1-8, Nelson 2-4-10, Ramano 9-1-21, Samdey 5-0-11, Nadar 5-0-11, Emerton 5-0-11, Dube 11-6-29, Lane

3-pt. goals: Raymond 2, Troy, Orser, Pitcher; Casale 2, Nelson 2, Romano 2, Eddins, Samdey, Nadar, Emerton, Dube

Halftime: New England 55-38

Elmira 80, UM-Farmington 59

UM-Farmington 59

Nadeau 3-2-11, Benge 1-0-3, Wilcox 4-0-9, Deeds 4-0-8, Fullerton 3-3-9, Haynie 3-2-10, Kennie 1-1-3, Malley 2-0-4, Thomson 1-0-2, Robinson, Cavanaugh, Facey, Dufort

Elmira 80

Vogel 1-0-3, R. Bennett 3-2-11, Oakden 1-1-3, Young 11-2-27, Jackson 9-4-25, Farley 2-0-4, Wilder, VanDerlyke, Henry, E. Bennett 1-0-3, Dimeo, Betts 1-0-2, Johnson 1-0-2

3-pt. goals: Nadeau 3, Benge, Wilcox, Haynie 2; Vogel, R. Bennett 3, Young 3, Jackson 3, E. Bennett

Halftime: Elmira 39-27

Women’s basketball

Bates 70, Husson 55

At Newman Gymnasium in Bangor, Carla Flaherty connected for 22 points Saturday to lead Bates College of Lewiston to victory over host Husson in the championship game of the Paul Bunyan Invitational.

Katie McLaughlin scored 14 points and grabbed seven rebounds, Katie Dockery contributed 11 points, seven rebounds, five assists and three steals, and Lisa Golobski added 10 points for the Bobcats.

Freshman Liz Boone paced the Braves with 17 points and five rebounds. Kelly Dow scored 12 points, while Leslie Trott added nine points and nine rebounds.

Bates (4-2) 70

McLaughlin 7-0-14, Grossman 1-0-3, Flaherty 8-4-22, Dockery 5-0-11, Golobski 5-0-10, Price 2-0-4, Nafe, Dubois 1-2-4, Dutille 0-1-1, Antinarelli, Ferland 0-1-1

Husson (3-2) 55

Trott 4-0-9, Weed 1-0-3, Nye 1-0-2, Doughty 1-2-5, Dow 5-1-12, Allen 1-3-5, Comeau, Hughes 1-0-2, Betit, Cole, Boone 5-7-17, Turner

3-pt. goals: Grossman, Flaherty 2, Dockery; Trott, Weed, Doughty, Dow

Halftime: Bates 43-35

RIT 61, UM-Machias 45

(Paul Bunyan Consolation)

Rochester Institute of Technology (2-1) 61

Miazga 0-7-7, H. Banis 3-1-9, A. Banis 7-12-26, Heisner 2-0-4, Long 1-2-4, Barcarczyk, McGuire 0-2-2, Prokop 1-1-3, Morley 0-2-2, Hannan 0-2-2

UM-Machias (4-4) 45

Elmer 3-3-9, Andersson 3-0-6, Robb 4-1-11, Nuite 1-0-3, Guest 3-3-9, Aziz 1-0-2, Boyle, Mack 0-1-1, Mills 0-2-2, Farrell, Strout, Davis 1-0-2

3-pt. goals: H. Banis 2; Robb 2, Nuite

Halftime: RIT 31-17

Colby 90, Pine Manor 45

At Waterville, Sarah Walsh scored 13 points Sunday to lead Colby College to victory over Pine Manor of Chestnut Hill, Mass.

Katy Lawson and Mandy Cochrane scored 12 points each for the White Mules. Bianca Belcher added 10.

Pine Manor (1-4) 45

Tongg 1-1-3, Harrington 2-2-6, Greene 2-0-4, Savioli 0-2-2, Mes 1-3-5, Godfrey 1-2-5, Mead, Medeiros, Grattelo 1-1-3, Phillips 8-2-18

Colby (4-2) 90

Belcher 3-4-10, Wheeler 1-0-2, Lawson 4-4-12, Dionese 1-2-5, Morin 2-0-4, Chuprevich 3-0-6, Cochrane 5-2-12, Ashe 3-0-6, Hallee 4-0-9, Parisella 1-1-3, Henley, Bourque 2-1-5, O’Donnell 1-0-2, Walsh 5-3-13, Burrows 0-1-1

3-pt. goals: Dionese, Hallee

Halftime: Colby 45-21

St. Joseph’s 82, UM-Fort Kent 18

UMaine-Fort Kent (1-4) 18

B. Gagnon 2-0-5, Foreman 1-0-2, Small, Brown 2-0-4, Mann 2-0-5, Vassallo, Bourgoin 1-0-2, D. Gagnon, Jefferson

St. Joseph’s (5-1) 82

Marsh 2-1-5, Picard 5-3-14, K. Brown 3-3-9, Gelinas 1-0-2, C. Brown 4-0-9, Gill 1-0-2, Burrell 2-0-5, Gagnon 1-0-2, Surprenant 3-0-6, Rice 6-2-14, Alexander, Regan 3-0-8, Turcotte 3-0-6

3-pt. goals: B. Gagnon, Mann; Picard, C. Brown, Burrell, Regan 2

Halftime: St. Joseph’s 40-4

Thomas 63, New England Coll. 49

New England College 49

Bronson 5-0-11, Emaline, Harris 0-1-1, Hellert 2-2-6, Koncinsky, Marsala 3-0-7, Pendleton 1-0-2, Perkins 6-0-17

Thomas 63

Pratt 4-0-9, Nason, Farrell 0-2-2, Lovely 9-5-30, Morrell 3-3-12, Corbet 2-2-6, Conner 2-0-4

3-pt. goals: Bronson, Marsala; Pratt, Lovely 7, Morrell 3

UM-Presque Isle 75, Unity 19

Unity 19

Ross 3-0-6, Harrison 1-0-2, Weiss 2-0-4, Spanswick 1-1-3, Lowell 2-0-4, Ferrisi, Madigan, Holdbrook

UM-Presque Isle 75

Thurlow 4-3-12, Amero 1-1-3, McGary 7-0-14, Underwood 8-2-18, Newell 3-1-7, Larlee 9-3-21, Doley

3-pt. goals: Thurlow

Halftime: UMPI 41-10

So. Maine 69, Keene State 63

Keene State (5-3) 63

Linn 3-1-8, Fleming 4-1-9, Thomson 0-2-2, Forsberg 6-0-12, Alaimo 7-0-17, Tardif 2-0-4, Freda 3-0-6, Araque 1-2-5, Baird, Lessner

Southern Maine (3-3) 69

Dominiczak 4-1-9, Shaw 5-4-17, Bourgoin 6-2-14, Cressler 1-2-4, Kimball 4-3-11, Libby 4-2-10, Crockett 2-0-4, Rombaiski, Sobey, Zahm

3-pt. goals: Alaimo 3, Linn, Araque; Shaw 3

Halftime: So. Maine 35-34

Maine Maritime 73, Newbury 53

At Brookline, Mass., Rachel Merrill scored 23 points and made six steals Sunday to lead the Mariners to victory.

Janey Lesiewicz scored 16 points, Stacey Ryan contributed 14 points and 13 rebounds and Kate Lawler added 12 points for Maine Maritime Academy.

Maine Maritime Acad. 73

Merrill 8-3-23, Ryan 6-2-14, Lawler 5-2-12, Guilbault 1-0-2, Lesiewicz 8-0-16, Pratt 1-0-2, Locke 2-0-4, Clifford

Newbury 53

Hourani 8-3-22, Rose 6-4-16, Pelissier 1-4-6, Williams, McGay 4-0-9, Domond, Craig

3-pt. goals: Merrill 4; Hourani 3, McGay

Halftime: MMA 35-26

MMA 62, Lesley 55

At Cambridge, Mass., Monica Locke poured in 25 points, including an 18-for-19 effort from the foul line, to spark the Mariners to victory.

Kate Lawler netted 14 points, grabbed 18 rebounds and blocked six shots for Maine Maritime Academy of Castine. Stacey Ryan provided 13 points.

MMA 62

Locke 3-18-25, Lawler 5-4-14, Ryan 4-5-13, Guilbault, Lesiewicz 2-1-5, Merrill 1-0-3, Pratt, Clifford 1-0-2

Lesley 55

Picardi 8-0-16, Bean 6-1-13, Mahoney 2-0-6, Cleckley 4-1-9, Payne 2-0-5, Shipula 1-0-2, Olson 1-0-2, Toth 1-0-2, Rivera

3-pt. goals: Locke, Merrill; Mahoney 2, Payne

Halftime: Lesley 32-28

Women’s hockey

Providence 1, Maine 0

At Providence, R.I., Danielle Culgin scored off an assist by Melanie Ruzzi 5:52 into the second period Saturday, lifting the Friars to victory over the Black Bears.

Amy Quinlan made 23 saves to post the shutout for 9-2-1 Providence.

Amanda Cronin helped keep the game close for the 5-6 Bears, turning away 26 shots. UMaine went 0-for-4 on the power play.

Northeastern 5, Maine 3

At Boston Sunday, Brooke Whitney scored two goals in the second period to help the Huskies overcome a two-goal deficit and earn the win over the Black Bears.

Michelle Lorion and Lisa Giovanelli each added a goal and three assists for 8-2 Northeastern. Erika Silva made 25 saves on 28 shots.

Maine’s Karen Droog knocked in a Kristin Keller rebound and Meaghan Aarts added a goal off a Droog rebound. Dawn Froats stopped 41 of the 46 shots she faced for 5-7 Bears.


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