Thomas College basketball - women

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Re: Thomas College basketball - women

Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Jan 31, 2015 7:50 am

Terriers Defeated by Colby-Sawyer

New London, N.H. – The Thomas College women's basketball team dropped a North Atlantic Conference match-up Friday evening to Colby-Sawyer College by a final score of 90-34. Katie McAllister scored 14 points for the Terriers in the defeat.

Colby-Sawyer got out to an early lead, going up by double-digits on Thomas just halfway through the opening frame and never looking back. The Chargers used 11 first-half points from Lexi Iannone to take a 42-22 lead into the halftime break. McAllister had 10 of her 14 points in the first half for the Terriers, while Ashleigh Gagne scored nine for the Red and Black.

The second half was more Colby-Sawyer, as Sarah Donnelly scored 10 points off the bench for the Chargers while they held Thomas to just 12 points in the half. Tess McClenahan scored four points and grabbed four rebounds in the half for the Terriers. Olivia Brown finished the game with 11 rebounds for the Terriers.

For Colby-Sawyer, Iannone finished with 17 points, while three other Chargers reached double-digits for scoring. The victory was head coach George Martin's 400th career victory.

The Terriers will be back in action tomorrow, January 31, when they travel to take on New England College. Game time is scheduled for 3:00 p.m.
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Re: Thomas College basketball - women

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Feb 08, 2015 7:06 am

Terriers Fall to Johnson 68-53

WATERVILLE, ME - The Thomas women's basketball was defeated by Johnson State 68-53 on Friday night in a North Atlantic Conference matchup. The Terriers shot just 24.1 percent from the floor in the loss.

Thomas (2-18, 1-12 NAC) was able to hang around in the first half, as they knocked down three three-pointers and 9 of 12 from the foul line. They held the Badgers (6-12, 6-7 NAC) to just 31.6 percent shooting, but gave up nine offensive rebounds and headed into the half down 32-24.

Taylor Reynolds led Thomas with eight first-half points, while Brittany Robertson led Johnson with eight of her own.

The Badgers got hot from the perimeter in the second half, making 7 of 10 three-point shots to extend their lead to as much as 26 in the half. The Terriers could only get as close as 13 down before time ran out.

Despite a 50-47 rebounding advantage, the Terriers were outshot 70-58 for the game, as Johnson connected on 10 of 21 from beyond the arc. The Badgers also forced 23 Terrier turnovers and turned them into 24 points. The bench also poured in 39 for Johnson to just four for Thomas.

Reynolds and Tess McClenahan finished with a team-high 11 points for Thomas, while Ashleigh Gagne chipped in 10. Robertson had a game-high 17 for Johnson, knocking down five three-pointers.

The Terriers return to the court on Saturday afternoon when they host Lyndon State at 3 PM.
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Re: Thomas College basketball - women

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Feb 08, 2015 7:07 am

Terriers Defeated By Lyndon State 67-50

WATERVILLE, ME - The Thomas women's basketball team was defeated 67-50 by Lyndon State in a North Atlantic Conference game on Saturday afternoon. The Hornets used a 54-37 rebounding edge and 20 made free throws to secure the victory.

The Terriers (2-19, 1-13 NAC) were down just four with under seven minutes to play in the first half after a Taylor Reynolds three-pointer, but the Hornets (6-15, 5-9 NAC) ended the half on a 12-5 run to push their lead to 31-20 at the break.

Thomas shot just 22.6 percent from the floor in the half, and were outrebounded 32-21. Lyndon powered its way to 13 offensive rebounds and 10 made free throws in the half.

In the second half, the Terriers fell behind by as much as 19, but continued to battle throughout. The Hornet lead wouldn't get any lower than 13 however, as they held off Thomas for the win. Aimee Thompson led Lyndon with 13 points, Sarah Cornell added in 11 and Allison Brown contributed 10 off the bench.

Sarah Pepin led Thomas with a game-high 17 points off the bench, knocking down six shots from the field, including three three-pointers. The Terriers were able to force 21 Hornet turnovers, recording 15 steals on the afternoon.

The Thomas women's basketball team will return to the court on Friday, February 13 when they travel to take on Castleton at 7:30 PM.
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Re: Thomas College basketball - women

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Feb 25, 2015 11:48 am

Terriers Downed by Hot-Shooting Mariners

WATERVILLE, ME – The Thomas College women's basketball team lost a North Atlantic Conference matchup on Wednesday evening against Maine Maritime Academy by a final score of 74-44. Juniors Katie McAllister and Ashleigh Gagne led the Terriers, scoring 14 points each in the defeat.

The game started as a defensive battle, as neither team broke into the double-digit points mark until there was 10 minutes remaining in the half. Maine Maritime took the lead into the break, going up 33-13 after ending the half on a 12-0 run. Katie McAllister and Jordan Agger-Barnes each scored four points in the half for the Terriers, while McAllister also grabbed seven rebounds.

The Terriers picked up their offense in the second half, connecting on 52 percent of their shots. But the Mariners made 66.7 percent of their shots to keep the Terriers from making a comeback bid.

Thomas lost the battle on the boards 32-28 and committed 17 turnovers that Maine Maritime converted into 17 points. The Mariners also knocked down nine three-pointers while the Terriers only connected on one.

McAllister posted a double-double on the night, scoring 14 and collecting 10 boards. Jillian Perron had a game-high 21 points and seven rebounds, while Kristi Willey added 20 points, eight rebounds and six assists for the Mariners.

Thomas will conclude their season on Saturday, February 21 on the road against Husson. Game time is set for 3:00 PM.
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Re: Thomas College basketball - women

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Feb 25, 2015 1:25 pm

Terriers Drop Season Finale at Husson

BANGOR, ME – The Thomas women's basketball team dropped a North Atlantic Conference game on Saturday afternoon to Husson University by a final score of 83-48. Jordan Agger-Barnes led the Terriers, scoring 17 points and grabbing 13 rebounds to record her third double-double of the season.

In the first half, the Terriers got off to a slow start, getting down 23-6 before heating up and closing the gap to seven points with two minutes to play in the half, 35-28. The Eagles would regain their double digit lead before the half, however, going into the locker room up 40-30.

Agger-Barnes had 11 points and four rebounds for the Terriers in the first half, while Katie McAllister added six points and six rebounds of her own.

Husson used a big second half to pull away for the victory, shooting over 47% to outscore the Terriers 40-18 in the half. McAllister scored seven of her 13 points in the second half, while Agger-Barnes grabbed nine rebounds in the half.

Ashleigh Gagne finished with eight points and five rebounds for Thomas, and Sarah Pepin added five points and four rebounds off the bench for the Terriers.

For Husson, Chandler Guerrette led the team in scoring, netting 16 points off the bench. Samira Cruz scored 15 points for the Eagles, while Stephanie Comstock tallied 12 points in the victory.

The Terriers conclude their season with a record of 3-22 overall and 2-16 in conference.
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