June 24, 2019
COLLEGE ROUNDUP

Scoring balance key for Husson

BANGOR – Six Husson College players scored in double-figures to lead the Eagles to a 92-68 men’s basketball victory over Thomas College of Waterville Tuesday night.

Tyler Muzzy scored 18 points, Buddy Leavitt put in 16 and Jordan Heath added 15 to pace Husson, which outscored Thomas 51-29 in the second half after ending the first half with a two-point edge.

Sheraud Lee chipped in with 14 points for the Eagles, Jason Harvey netted 13 and Phil White added 12. Leavitt also had 11 rebounds and White had 10.

James Godley paced Thomas with 24 points.

Thomas 68

Godley 8-6-24, Grappi, Madeira 6-1-13, Gray 5-2-14, DePalmer 2-1-5, Kipp, Meehan 3-0-7, Lopez, Beal, Blodgett 2-1-5, Raton

Husson 92

Heath 5-0-15, Muzzy 8-0-18, Harvey 4-3-13, White 5-2-12, Leavitt 5-3-16, Figueroa 1-2-4, Berry, Kissinger, Beauregard, Lee 6-1-14, Philbrick, Jennings, Henry

3-pt. goals: Godley 2, Gray 2, Meehan; Heath 5, Muzzy 2, Harvey 2, Leavitt 3, Lee

Halftime: Husson 41-39

UMass-Boston 72, USM 67

At Gorham, Tony Barros pumped in a game-high 29 points and he also had four rebounds and three steals to lead UMass-Boston past the University of Southern Maine.

Bill Hardwick’s 22 points and four steals, both team-highs, and Andy Frost’s nine points, four rebounds and team-high four assists led the University of Southern Maine.

UMass-Boston (15-9) 72

Hall 1-0-2, Titus 2-3-7, Yuan 2-0-4, Barros 10-4-29, Doran 7-3-19, Bateman 0-5-5, Howe, Bennett 2-2-6

USM (10-14) 67

Frost 3-3-9, Oakley 3-0-8, McKinnell 1-1-3, Phillips 1-2-4, Hardwick 10-0-22, Moustrouphis 1-0-2, Randall 1-0-2, Hebert 1-2-5, O’Neill 3-2-8, Coppenrath 1-0-2, Glidden 1-0-2

3-pt. goals: Barros 5, Doran 2; Oakley 2, Hardwick 2, Hebert

Halftime: UMass-Boston 39-33

Colby 60, Newbury 51

At Brookline, Mass., Drew Cohen tossed in 20 points to lead Colby of Waterville past Newbury.

Colby (11-13) 60

Cohen 8-4-20, Farrell 7-0-17, Bandi 4-3-11, Simpson 2-2-7, Gaudet 1-0-3, Jenkins 1-0-2, Dick

Newbury (7-15) 51

Mitchell 9-0-21, Abraham 3-3-9, Morris 2-2-6, DaSilva 1-3-5, Magloire 2-0-4, Matthews 1-0-2, O’Connor 1-0-2, Cleveland 1-0-2

3-pt. goals: Farrell 3, Gaudet, Simpson; Mitchell 3

Halftime: 23-23

UM-Farmington 66, MMA 52

At Castine, Travis Carrier and Sean Fry each posted a double-double to lead the Beavers to victory.

Carrier scored 20 points and grabbed 13 rebounds while Fry posted 16 points and 11 rebounds for UMaine-Farmington. Travis Magnusson netted 14 points.

Neil Stewart paced Maine Maritime Academy with 14 points and 11 rebounds.

UM-Farmington (10-13) 66

Magusson 4-5-14, Tracy, St. John 2-4-16, Fry 4-4-16, Nichols, Drillen, Hutchinson 2-2-7, Labrie 1-0-2, McIver, Carrier 5-10-20

Maine Maritime (8-14) 52

McCarley 3-2-11, Stewart 5-4-14, Dunlap 4-3-14, Manner 1-0-2, McCorrison, Haskell 0-2-2, Hall 1-3-5, Oldham 1-2-4

3-pt. goals: Magnusson, St. John, Fry 4, Hutchinson; McCarley 3, Dunlap 3

Halftime: UMF 33-31

Bowdoin 82, St. Joseph’s 74

At Brunswick, Andrew Hippert scored a game-high 17 points to lead Bowdoin to victory.

Matt Plummer netted 16 points to lead St. Joseph’s.

St Joseph’s (15-7) 74

LaRoche 1-0-3, Pulkkinen 5-0-13, Alexander 3-2-8, Plummer 5-3-16, Ouellet 4-0-8, Murphy 4-1-9, Mattison 2-1-5, Kennedy 3-0-7, Mileski 2-0-5, Castor

Bowdoin (16-8) 82

Phillips, Petrie 7-1-15, Ordway 1-1-4, Bradley 1-6-9, Fliegel 3-4-10, Sargeantson 7-2-16, Reid-Sturgis, Hippert 6-2-17, Lane 1-1-3, Goodridge 2-0-5, Jackson 1-0-3, Arbour

3-pt. goals: LaRoche, Pulkkinen 3, Plummer 3, Kenedy, Mileski; Ordway, Bradley, Hippert 3, Goodridge, Jackson

Halftime: Bowdoin 39-27

Women’s basketball

Husson 79, Thomas 66

At Newman Gym in Bangor, Carmen Ballard and Jodie Merchant each turned in strong all-around games to lead the Eagles by the Terriers of Waterville.

Ballard scored 18 points and grabbed nine rebounds while Merchant had 17 points and 13 rebounds. Each player also had five assists and two steals.

Chelsea Dow chipped in with 16 points for the winners.

Toby Martin paced Thomas with 24 points, Lea McNary put in 11 and Kim Drosdik had 10.

Thomas 66

Martin 4-14-29, Godley 3-2-9, Drosdik 3-2-10, Demers 2-0-5, McNary 5-0-11, Morin 1-0-2, Miles 1-3-5, Mondalto, Hayes, Denbow, Proctor

Husson 79

Ballard 7-3-18, Merchant 6-4-17, Barden 0-2-2, Noyes 2-1-5, Rollins 1-3-6, Colgan, Allen 1-0-2, Drakeford, Archer 0-2-2, Monck, McIntosh 4-1-9, Dow 6-4-16, Hall 1-0-2

3-pt. goals: Martin 2, Godley, Drosdik 2, Demers, McNary; Ballard, Merchant

Halftime: Husson 36-25

Colby 82, UM-Machias 25

At Waterville, the White Mules placed four players in double figures while beating the Clippers.

Jackie Grady led the way with 12 points and 12 rebounds, while Katie McCabe and Alanna Balboni tallied 14 points each. Tracy Nale added 12.

Angela Qualey hit five 3-pointers on her way to 17 points for UMaine-Machias.

UMaine-Machias (5-11) 25

Qualey 5-2-17, Wells 1-2-4, Fenton 1-0-2, Dano 1-0-2, Heller, Larochelle

Colby (10-14) 82

McCabe 7-0-14, Balboni 7-0-14, Grady 6-0-12, Nale 5-0-12, Duval 3-0-6, Whitfield 2-1-5, Rosbash 2-0-4, Harris 2-0-4, Williams 2-0-4, Williamson 1-0-3, Emery 1-0-2, Nicholson 1-0-2

3-pt. goals: Qualey 5; Nale 2, Williamson

Halftime: Colby 42-9

So. Maine 90, UMass Boston 51

At Gorham, Katie Frost tallied 13 points and Megan Myles 12 to lead the University of Southern Maine past UMass Boston.

UMass Boston (9-15) 51

Matel, Darville, Tucker 4-6-16, Covordale 5-4-14, Ridge 2-0-4, Beatty, Greene 1-1-3, Gelaw 1-0-2, Ouellette, Reske 2-0-6, Widener 1-0-3, Meninger, Querusio 1-1-3

Southern Maine (22-1) 90

Cowing 3-0-6, Sibley 3-2-9, Marble 4-1-11, Frost 4-2-13, Myles 6-0-12, Thibaudeau, Ross, Sylvain 3-2-8, Kent 3-1-9, Kynoch 4-2-11, Santa Fe 2-0-4, O’Tash, Welch 1-1-3, Samuelson 2-0-4

3-pt. goals: Tucker 2, Reske 2, Widener; Frost 3, Marble 2, Kent 2, Kynoch, Sibley

Halftime: Southern Maine 48-24

SMCC 60, Unity 39

At South Portland, Erica Davis scored 14 points and Kristi Morrell added 10 to lead Southern Maine Community College by Unity in a Yankee Small College Conference quarterfinal.

Emma McAllister paced Unity with 16 points and 13 rebounds.

Correction: A shorter version of these results ran on page C8 in the State edition.

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