September 18, 2019
COLLEGE ROUNDUP

Righter shows UMM Clippers way past Unity with 20 points

UNITY – Eric Righter scored 20 to lead six double-digit scorers as his University of Maine-Machias Clippers downed Unity College 120-61 in men’s college basketball action Thursday.

Nate Kelly led Unity with 28 points.

UMaine-Machias 120

Mascia 2-1-5, Case 3-4-12, Alexander 2-0-4, Righter 10-0-20, Burke 2-0-5, Mauro 4-1-11, Kardish 3-0-7, Vasquez 2-0-5, Kaker 7-1-16, Pratt 5-1-11, Nelson 5-7-17

Unity 61

Masselle 1-1-3, Kelly 9-5-28, Allen 4-6-15, Ross 1-0-2, Feener 2-4-9, Morin 2-0-4, Shalit, Tasker, Douglas

3-pt. goals: Case 2, Mauro 2, Burke, Pearce, Vasquez, Kaker; Kelly 5, Allen, Feener

Halftime: UMM 65-25

Colby 111, UM-Augusta 40

At Waterville, four Mules scored in double figures as they cruised to the win.

Christian Van Loenen paced Colby with 15 points, including 4-for-4 from 3-point range. Alex Swanson netted 13, Noah Atlas 11 and Eric Beaulieu 10.

Deon Cheers led UMaine-Augusta with 15 poitns.

UM-Augusta (3-9) 40

Cheers 4-4-15, Ayotte 3-0-8, Ellis 3-1-7, Nichols 2-0-4, Barton 1-1-3, Hanscom 1-0-2, Henderson 0-1-1, Acedo, Bragdon, Gibson, Campbell, Roy

Colby (5-3) 111

Van Loenen 5-1-15, Swanson 5-3-13, Atlas 3-2-11, Beaulieu 4-2-10, David 3-2-9, Sherman 2-2-8, Palenta 3-1-7, Russell 3-1-7, Choice 2-1-6, Lemmons 2-0-5, Simpson 2-0-5, Donovan 2-0-4, Concannon 1-0-3, Haylon 1-0-2, Woodward 1-1-3, Cutrone 1-0-2

3-pt. goals: Cheers 3, Ayotte 2; Can Loenen 4, Atlas 3, Sherman 2, Choice, Haylon, Concannon, Lemmons, Simpson, David

Halftime: Colby 55-24

Babson 86, Thomas 83

At Waterville, Marcus Edwards scored 14 of his game-high 24 points in the second half as Babson held off Thomas at the Colby Invitational tournament.

Andrew Duncanson led Thomas with 22 points, while Darrell Alexander had 15 points and Michael Burchill added 13.

Thomas (1-5) 83

Duncanson 10-2-22, Alexander 5-3-15, Burchill 4-2-13, Brathwaite 4-0-9, Stratton 3-0-6, Juco 2-1-5, Liebowitz 2-1-5, pettus 1-2-4, Veino 0-2-2, Rodgers 1-0-2

Babson (5-2) 86

Edwards 11-2-24, Etten 5-8-21, Ladson 4-3-12, Belniak 4-4-12, Papalambros 4-0-9, Zoia 1-2-4, White 0-2-2, Mauro 0-2-2, Florio, Smith, Noonan, Skogg, De Silva

3-pt. goals: Burchill 3, Alexander 2, Brathwaite; Etten 3, Ladson, Papalambros

Halftime: Thomas 37-31

Women’s basketball

Saint Joseph’s 95, CSJ 40

At Standish, Carolyn Freeman had 12 rebounds and 11 points to lead Saint Joseph’s College past the College of St. Joseph of Vermont.

Andrea Enright paced the Monks with 13 points. Kayla Nowell had 10 points, 10 rebounds and three steals. Meghan Daigle and Ashley Geel scored 10 points apiece.

Jessica Cortese paced College of St. Joseph with 15 points.

College of St. Joseph (1-3) 40

Giddings 0-2-2, Clements 3-4-10, Cortese 6-0-15, LaPlante 2-0-4, Thompson 4-1-9, Harvey

Saint Joseph’s College (5-2) 95

Ludwig 4-0-8, Cartwright 3-0-7, Freeman 5-0-11, Daigle 4-2-10, Boston 3-0-6, Clark 2-0-4, Miner 1-0-2, McDevitt 3-0-6, Nowell 4-1-10, Geel 3-3-10, Fournier 2-0-6, Gagnon 0-2-2, Enright 6-1-13

3-pt. goals: Cortese 3; Fournier 2, Cartwright, Freeman, Nowell, Geel

Halftime: SJC 44-18

Norwich 88, UM-Machias 33

At Northfield, Vt., Erica Rate netted 17 points and Kayla Whitman 14 to lead Norwich past UMaine-Machias in the Hockenbury Classic.

Briann Emery led all scorers with 20 points for the Clippers while Katy Constant grabbed nine rebounds.

UM-Machias (2-5) 33

Hare, Emery 7-6-20, Wood 2-0-5, Woodall 2-1-5, Constant 1-0-2, Frey, Little, Pringle 0-1-1

Norwich (4-1) 88

Jaggars 1-4-6, C. Daniels 1-1-3, A. Daniels 6-0-12, Rate 6-0-17, Shappy 3-0-7, Marchese 3-0-6, Girard 4-0-8, Stevenson 1-1-3, McWilliams 2-2-6, Whitman 6-1-14, Fasulo, Knapp 2-0-4, Budziak 1-0-2

3-pt. goals: Wood; Rate 5, Shappy, Whitman

Halftime: Norwich 49-23

St. Lawrence 59, MMA 45

At Northfield, Vt., Katie Palmer had 27 points and eight rebounds to lead St. Lawrence to victory in the first round of the Ed Hockenbury Classic.

Tatum Welch led Maine Maritime with 13 points and 10 rebounds, while Katie Hutchinson scored 10 points.

St. Lawrence (3-2) 59

Krzemien 1-0-2, Palmer 9-4-27, Sischo 3-0-7, Stanton 1-0-2, Parham, Santoni 2-0-4, Edgerton 2-1-5, Capello 1-6-9, Dwyer, Miller 0-2-2, Benzing 0-1-1

Maine Maritime Acad. (1-4) 45

Goda 2-0-4, Welch 5-2-13, Smith 2-0-4, Pushard 2-0-4, Eiane, Hutchinson 3-3-10, Rodriguez, King, Tilton 1-0-2, Cote 1-4-6, Stahl 1-0-2

3-pt. goals: Palmer 5, Sischo, Capello; Welch, Hutchinson

Halftime: St. Lawrence 31-14

Women’s ice hockey

Providence 4, Maine 1

At Orono, Providence College scored four unanswered goals as they beat the University of Maine.

Jackie Duncan, Laura Veharanta, Ashley Cottrell and Mari Pahkonen scored for 8-6-2 Providence. Genevieve Lacasse stopped 28 of 29 shots.

Vanessa Vani scored the opening goal at 7:18 in the first period for the 1-6-1 Black Bears. Jennie Gallo provided the assist. Genevieve Turgeon turned away 35 of 39 shots.


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