December 05, 2019
COLLEGE ROUNDUP

Defense helps No. 1 Bowdoin roll over Husson

BRUNSWICK – The Bowdoin women’s basketball team forced 34 turnovers and shot 56 percent from the field on the way to a 94-40 victory over Husson College Wednesday.

The Polar Bears extended their streak of consecutive home victories to 46 and have won 30 straight regular-season games.

Ashleigh Watson scored 16 points for Bowdoin, which is ranked No. 1 in the country in Division III. Erika Nickerson tossed in 15 points while Vanessa Russell and Marisa Berne added 10 each.

Holly Gracie paced Husson College of Bangor with 10 points and Annie McIntosh added eight.

Husson (2-4) 40

Martin, Murray 0-2-2, Noyes, Gracie 4-0-10, McIntosh 4-0-8, Hartshorn, Bell, Ballard 2-0-4, Merchant 2-2-6, Melcher, Mentel, Post 2-0-6, McIntyre 2-0-4

Bowdoin (5-0) 94

Pouravelis 3-1-7, Cummings 1-2-4, Russell 5-0-10, Flaherty 2-2-6, Smith 4-0-9, Loonin 1-1-3, Berne 4-1-10, Watson 6-0-16, Withey 2-2-7, Leahy 3-0-7, Nickerson 7-1-15

3-pt. goals: Gracie 2, Post 2; Smith, Berne, Watson 4, Withey, Leahy

Halftime: Bowdoin 49-14

Southern Maine 69, Colby 57

At Waterville, Megan Myles scored 18 points to help lead the University of Southern Maine to the victory.

Shannon Kynoch scored 17 points for the Huskies of Gorham. Katie Sibley had 11 points and five assists as Ashley Marble added 10 points.

Kathleen Nicholson and Tanya Rosbash each scored 12 points for Colby. Katie McCabe netted 10 points and Wendy Bonner had 12 rebounds.

Southern Maine (4-2) 69

Sibley 3-5-11, Marble 4-1-10, Frost 3-0-9, Myles 7-3-18, Cowing 1-2-4, Kynoch 7-2-17, Samuelson, Bryant, Ross, Sylvain, Welch

Colby (3-4) 57

Williamson 3-2-9, Nicholson 6-0-12, Bonner 0-8-8, Rosbash 5-0-12, McCabe 5-0-10, Rice 2-0-4, Davis 1-0-2, Riley, Harris

3-pt. goals: Frost 3, Myles, Kynoch; Rosbash 2, Williamson

Halftime: Southern Maine 34-29

Unity 54, EMCC 53

At Unity, Lyndsey Smith scored 18 points including the game-winning 3-pointer with 10 second left to give Unity to the win.

Loretta Fitzmaurice scored 14 points and had 16 rebounds for Unity and Emma McAllister added nine points.

Katie Harris scored 24 points for Eastern Maine Community College of Bangor. Natalie Foster scored nine points and Jessica Fitzmaurice added nine rebounds.

Eastern Maine CC (4-5) 53

Schwab 4-0-8, Foster 4-3-9, Harris 9-0-24, Fitzmaurice 2-0-4, Kennedy 2-0-4, Jenkins 2-0-4, Marden

Unity (2-5) 54

Smith 9-1-18, Kedviora 1-0-2, McAllister 4-0-9, Blakesley 2-2-7, Barrett 1-1-3, Fitzmaurice 4-5-14, Bowerman, Ebert, Robertson, Butterly

3-pt. goals: Harris 5; Smith, McAllister, Blakesley

Halftime: Unity 25-22

Men’s basketball

UM-Presque Isle 75, MMA 64

At Castine, Fabian Lenox scored 37 points to lead the University of Maine-Presque Isle to the victory.

Bradley Kline had 12 points, nine rebounds and four blocked shots for the Owls and Joshua Engroff added 10 points.

Marc McCorrison scored 24 points for Maine Maritime Academy and Neil Stewart added 13. Brandon Hall had 12 points and 14 boards and B.J. Dunlap had seven assists.

UM-Presque Isle 75

Engroff 4-0-10, Latchford 2-2-6, Lenox 10-17-37, Dolley 1-6-9, Kline 5-2-12, Alastair 0-1-1, Preston

Maine Maritime 64

Hopkins 1-0-3, Schmidt 1-0-3, McCarley 1-0-2, Dunlap 0-1-1, Stewart 5-0-13, McCorrison 8-2-24, Kenniston 2-0-4, Russell 1-0-2, Hall 5-2-12, Nickerson, Brown, Haskell

3-pt. goals: Engroff 2, Dolley; McCorrison 6, Stewart 3, Hopkins, Schmidt

Halftime: UMPl 32-28

UM-Farmington 66, Bates 65

At Lewiston, Luke Nielson grabbed a rebound to put in the game-winning basket with three seconds remaining to give UMaine-Farmington the win.

Travis Magnusson scored 21 points for the Beavers. Nielsen had 11 points and 10 rebounds and Steve Ginn added 13 points.

Brian Gerrity and Jon Furbush each scored 16 points for Bates College. Rob Stockwell had 14 points and 10 boards and Elliott Linsley scored 10 points.

UM-Farmington (5-2) 66

Ginn 6-1-13, Magnusson 8-2-21, Teague 4-0-9, Nielsen 4-3-11, Deetjen 3-0-7, St. John 2-0-5, Tracy, Fry, Hutchinson, Susi, Carrier

Bates (8-1) 65

Ray 1-3-6, Gerrity 7-0-16, Stockwell 5-3-14, Furbush 5-4-16, Linsley 5-0-10, Wholey 0-3-3, Cahill, Shone, Chudomel, Rivera

3-pt. goals: Magnusson 3, Teague, Deetjen, St. John; Gerrity 2, Furbush 2, Ray, Stockwell

Halftime: UM-Farmington 36-29

Colby 68, Southern Maine 42

At Waterville, Pat McGowan scored 17 points and had four steals to help push Colby past the Southern Maine.

Michael Westbrooks scored 13 points for Colby. Andrew Jenkins had 10 points and five steals and Mike Rutherford added 10 points.

Jason Levecque and Josh Daniels each scored 11 points for the Huskies.

Southern Maine (3-4) 42

Francoeur 2-0-5, Levecque 5-0-11, Daniels 4-1-11, Garland 0-2-2, Kaneko 2-0-4, Randall 0-1-1, Oakley 1-0-2, Donar 1-0-2, Favis 2-0-4, McKinnell, Goodale, Hebert, Casterella, Sayward, Hardwick

Colby (6-1) 68

Snyder-Fair 0-2-2, Jenkins 4-2-10, McGowan 6-4-17, Farrell 1-2-4, Westbrooks 6-0-13, Nale 2-0-4, Gaudet 2-2-8, Rutherford 3-2-10, Cushman, Dick, Featherston, Civiello, Bandi, Decker, Cheney

3-pt. goals: Daniels 2, Francoeur, Levecque; Gaudet 2, Rutherford 2, McGowan, Westbrooks

Halftime: Colby 26-22


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