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Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Jan 31, 2015 6:44 pm

Keene State Shoots Past Southern Maine 84-65

GORHAM, Maine – Senior Tom Doyle (Wallingford, Conn./Notre Dame) scored a game-high 28 points to lead the Keene State College Owls to a 84-65 win over the University of Southern Maine Huskies in a Little East Conference men's basketball game Saturday afternoon.
With the win, Keene State improves to 15-4 overall and 6-3 in the Little East. The loss drops Southern Maine to 4-15 overall and 1-8 in the Little East.

Doyle knocked down a quartet of three-pointers as part of a 22 point first half for the Owls, guiding KSC to a dominating 54-29 halftime lead. With Doyle taking the lead role, the Owls shot 57.1 percent (16-for-28) from the field in the opening stanza and a red-hot 62.5 percent (5-for-8) from three-point range. Junior Nate Howard (Cheshire, Conn.) added 15 points and a team-high nine rebounds, while sophomore Matt Ozzella (Medway, Mass.) tossed in 12 points.

Juniors Cole Libby (Buxton, Maine/Bonny Eagle) and Jacob Littlefield (Mechanical Falls, Maine/Poland Regional) each scored 18 points to lead USM. Sophomore Fred Knight (Hampden, Maine/Hampden Academy) added nine points and five rebounds.

The Huskies, who shot well in the first half at 44.0 percent (11-for-25), but were trumped by KSC's 17-for-18 effort from the free throw line and three-point shooting. The Huskies' were 5-for-9 from the charity stripe in the first half.

Facing a significant deficit in the second half, trailing by 62-32 early, Southern Maine scrapped its way back into a 13-point game with 5:23 to play. Down 68-43 with 11:54 to play after a jumper from sophomore Jaquel Edwards (Manchester, Conn.), Southern Maine strung together 16-6 run to fight its way back into the game. Libby scored nine of his 18 points in the run.

KSC's lead proved to be too much however, as the Owls answered back with five consecutive points to lead 79-61 with four to go. The Huskies never got closer than 16 points the rest of the way.

KSC finished the game shooting 52.7 percent (29-for-55) from the field and 91.3 percent (21-for-23) from the free throw line. Southern Maine shot 44.2 percent (23-for-52) from the floor and 71.4 percent (15-for-21) from the free throw line.

Southern Maine travels to Colby College on Tuesday (7:30 p.m.) for a non-conference game. Keene State heads to Middlebury College for a non-conference game (7:00 p.m.) on Tuesday.

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Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Feb 04, 2015 8:39 am

Colby Pulls Away From Southern Maine 76-64

WATERVILLE, Maine – Junior Sam Wilson (Watertown, Conn./Deerfield Academy) scored 12 of his game-high 22 points in the second half to lead the Colby College Mules to a 76-64 win over the University of Southern Maine Huskies in a non-conference men's basketball game Tuesday night at Wadsworth Gymnasium.
With the win, the Mules improve to 12-9 overall, while the Huskies fall to 4-16 on the season. The game was the final non-conference game of the season for both teams. ]

In a close battle with the Huskies, leading 56-52 with 9:08 to play following a jumper from USM junior Ben Jackson (Houston, Texas/Bellaire), the Mules put together a game-deciding 14-3 run over a four-minute span to pull away for the win.

Clinging to a 35-33 lead at the break, the Mules opened the second half with five quick points on a layup from junior Luke Westman (Newton, Mass./Newton North) and a three from senior Connor O'Neil (Freeport, Maine/Cheverus), snagging a 40-33 lead just 120 seconds in. However, Southern Maine countered with a 7-0 run to knot the score up at 40 on layups from sophomores Fred Knight (Hampden, Maine/Hampden Academy) and Zack Leal (York, Maine) and a three from junior Sean Caddigan (Bethel, Maine/Telstar). Leal's offensive rebound and the put-back with 16:50 remaining capped the Huskies' run and settled the game into a back-and-forth battle.

The Huskies hung around with the Mules and tied the game twice in the second half but was never able to surge past Colby. With the game in the balance after Jackson's layup to make it 56-52 game, the Mules got timely three-pointers from Wilson and O'Neil as part of a 11-0 spurt that saw Colby go ahead 67-52 with 6:43 to play. Wilson canned a pair of threes as part of the run.

Scoreless since the 9:08 mark, Huskies' freshman Isaiah Stone-Patterson (Rockland, Maine/Oceanside) broke the drought with a three pointer to make it 67-55 at the 5:27 mark, but Colby junior Ryan Jann (Westford, Mass./Westford Academy) answered right back with a three of his own to maintain the 15-point advantage at 70-55.

Stone-Patterson made it a 12-point deficit with a three and a layup in consecutive possessions for USM with just under two minutes to play, but it was too late as the Mules closed out the game.

Leal finished the game with a team-high 16 points for Southern Maine. Leal was 7-for-11 from the field adding seven rebounds and three assists. Knight had 12 points and a team-high eight rebounds, while junior Jacob Littlefield (Mechanic Falls, Maine/Poland Regional) added 10 points. Stone-Patterson matched his career-high with eight points.

Southern Maine travels to UMass Dartmouth on Saturday (3:00 p.m.). Colby travels hosts Middlebury on Friday (7:00 p.m.).

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Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Feb 08, 2015 7:15 am

UMass Dartmouth Defeats Southern Maine 95-68

DARTMOUTH, Mass. – University of Massachusetts Dartmouth junior Jordan Rezendes (Onset, Mass.) poured in 34 points, including 10-for-17 from the field, to power the Corsairs to a 95-68 Little East Conference victory over the University of Southern Maine this afternoon inside the Tripp Athletic Center.


 UMass Dartmouth (12-9) earned its fourth straight conference win to improve to 8-2 inside the circuit, while the Huskies (4-17) fell to 1-9.

The Corsairs shot 42.1 percent (32-for-76) from the field, including 46.4 percent (13-for-28) from behind the three-point arc, as nine players cracked the scoring column. Rezendes was 4-for-7 from downtown, while converting 10 of his 11 free throw attempts to post his fourth game with at least 30 points. Senior Jake Laga (Northampton, Mass.) posted a double-double with 16 points and 12 rebounds, while classmate John Genkos (Worcester, Mass.) scored all 12 of his points from three-point range. Junior Wale Abraham (Lynn, Mass.) added eight points and a game-high 17 rebounds to help the hosts hold a 60-34 advantage on the glass.


 UMass Dartmouth scored the opening points of the afternoon on a Genkos three-pointer as the hosts never trailed their conference rivals. Tied at 3-3, the Corsairs exploded for a 23-4 run to seize control of the contest. Robinson ignited the surge with back-to-back baskets, while Laga and Rezendes each added seven points.


 UMass Dartmouth utilized a mini 6-0 run to take its largest advantage of the half, 35-12, with 5:12 remaining on the scoreboard. Rezendes capped the spurt with a lay-up as the Corsairs cruised into the halftime intermission leading 48-26.


The hosts continued to apply the offensive pressure as UMass Dartmouth drained three triples in the span of 56 seconds to balloon its advantage to 56-31. The Corsairs maintained at least a 25-point lead for the next two minutes, but the Huskies responded with a 13-1 run to trim their deficit to 17 points. Junior Cole Libby (Buxton, Mass.) bookended the surge with three-pointers, while junior Alex Fraser (Portland, Maine) contributed three points.


UMass Dartmouth countered with a 17-7 run in just under four minutes to open its largest lead of the afternoon, 31 points (87-56), with 5:46 remaining in regulation. Sophomore Joshua Imadiyi (Lynn, Mass.) keyed the surge with all eight of his points, while Rezendes added five. The Corsairs never let their lead dip below 24 points the rest of the way.


 Libby led Southern Maine with 19 points, on 7-for-15 from the floor, while Fraser also reached double digits with 10 points. The Corsairs limited the Huskies to 38.5 percent (25-for-65), including just 30 percent (9-for-30) over the opening 20 minutes.

Southern Maine hosts Plymouth State on Tuesday (7:30 p.m.) in a Little East Conference match up as part of Gorham Night with USM Athletics. Gorham Night is one of many events that USM Athletics uses to celebrate the connections between the University of Southern Maine and the Town of Gorham.

The University of Southern Maine Huskies men’s and women’s basketball teams will be hosting Little East Conference opponent Plymouth State University. As part of the Gorham Night celebration, the women’s game (5:30 p.m.) will feature a halftime performance by the third and fourth grade girls’ Gorham Recreation Department’s basketball program. The men’s game will also including a halftime showcase featuring the third and fourth grade boys’ teams in the Gorham Recreation program.

Additionally, iSpoon, a local Gorham business, will be giving away some tasty treats to the first 100 fans through the gates. The USM Fan Experience Committee – a collaboration between University Student Life and the Department of Athletics – will also be serving up free popcorn and other Husky treats throughout the games. Huskies’ fans can also snag one of 100 free t-shirts and USM Huskies’ wristbands courtesy of the USM Fan Experience Committee.
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Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Feb 11, 2015 6:59 am

Huskies Fend Off Plymouth State 70-68

GORHAM, Maine – Junior Cole Libby (Buxton, Maine/Bonny Eagle) scored a team-high 17 points to lead three players in double figures as the University of Southern Maine Huskies earned a 70-68 win over the Plymouth State University Panthers in a Little East Conference men's basketball game Tuesday night at Hill Gymnasium.

With the win, the Huskies' avenged a 56-50 loss to the Panthers earlier in the season and improves to 5-17 overall and 2-9 in the Little East. Plymouth State drops to 7-15 with the loss and 2-8 in the LEC.

Libby was 5-for-10 from the field en route to his team-high 17, addigin four rebounds and three assists. Junior Jacob Littlefield (Mechanic Falls, Maine/Poland Regional) added 15 points on 7-for-14 adding three assists. Junior Alex Fraser (Portland, Maine/Cheverus) added a career-high 14 points for the Huskies. Fraser was 4-for-7 from the three-point line addding a team-high eight rebounds in a strong effort.

Sophomore Jack Preston (Nashua, N.H./Nashua South) led the Panthers with a game-high 18 points. Preston was 8-for-13 from the field and added eight rebounds. Senior Alex Burt (Dover, N.H.) scored 15 points. Burt was 5-for-13 from the floor and became the Panthers' 25th men's basketball player to score 1000 point in his career. Burt hit the milestone mark with his sixth points of the first half canning a jumper. Sophomore Curtis Arsenault (Berlin, N.H./Phillips Exeter) added 10 points.

In a nip and tuck first half, Southern Maine's Fraser delivered the final points, putting the Huskies ahead 32-30 at the break draining a buzzer-beating three on a drive-and-dish from Libby. Fraser's timely three set up a fast-paced second-half effort from both squads.

Both teams exchanged baskets in the opening five minutes of the second half, and the Panthers seemed to be grabbing momentum as Burt scored a layup and earned the traditional three-point play to give PSU a 42-40 lead with 16:25 on the clock. However, USM put together the first run of the second half scoring 10 unanswered points to assume control.

USM junior Aaron Toman (Gardiner, Maine) keyed the run hitting a tough turn-around baseline jumper and was followed by a three-point play from freshman Chandler Foss (Newport, Maine/Nokomis). Fraser then scored in the paint before Libby sank a three with 12:35 to play to lift USM to a 50-42 lead.

PSU answered right back, however, scoring seven straight points capped by a Burt jumper to make it a 50-49 game with 11 minutes to play. With their lead threatened, the Huskies again made a run as back-to-back threes from juniors Sean Caddigan (Bethel, Maine/Telstar) and Jalen Lincoln (Nobleboro, Maine/Lincoln Academy) and four straight points from Toman made it 60-51 with 9:05 left.

The Huskies maintained at least a two-possession lead over the next few minutes, but the Panthers did not quit making a 9-2 run under the five minute mark to pull even with USM at 64-64 with 3:34 in regulation. The Panthers used a strong offensive rebounding effort to claw their way back into the contest led by junior Uche Nwokeji (Lynn, Mass./Lynn Classical), who finished with eight rebounds, including five offensive boards.

With the game in the balance, Southern Maine answered on its next possession as Littlefield canned a three after a feed from Libby and Libby made one of two free throws to push it to a 68-64 USM advantage with 2:30 to play. Exchanging baskets, Littlefield kept USM in front, 70-66, with a jumper with 49 seconds to play, before PSU's Burt made it a one-possession game sinking a pair of free throws on the Panther's next possession.

Trailing 70-68 with less than 30 seconds to go, PSU was forced to foul and USM missed the front end of a one-and-one returning the ball to the Panthers with a potential to tie or win the game. Forcing the issue with another strong push on the offensive glass, PSU had three looks at the basket in the final moments, but were unable to connect as USM held for the win.

Southern Maine travels to Rhode Island College on Saturday (3:00 p.m.) for a Little East Conference game. Plymouth State travels to UMass Boston on Saturday (3:00 p.m.)



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Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Feb 15, 2015 1:35 pm

(Courtesy of RIC Sports Information)

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Freshman guard Roosevelt Shider (Meriden, CT) scored a game-high 17 points, on 6-for-8 shooting from the floor, to lead the Rhode Island College men's basketball to a decisive, 65-44, Little East Conference victory over Southern Maine on Saturday afternoon at The Murray Center.

The Anchormen (16-7, 8-4 LEC) took an early, 9-5 lead on a Shider three-pointer off a feed from senior forward Chris Burton (New Rochelle, NY) just 3:58 in to the first half.

The Anchormen extended their lead to 11, 20-9, on a jumper by Shider with just under 10 minutes left in the half. The Huskies (5-18, 2-10 LEC) cut the deficit to four, 22-18, on a layup by junior center Ben Jackson (Houston, TX) with 5:10 left in the half. The Anchormen ratcheted up the defensive intensity down the stretch, extending their lead to seven, 30-23, entering the break.

Rhode Island College opened the second half on a 19-6 run over the first 9:34 of the second half to open up a commanding, 49-29, advantage. The Huskies could only shrink their deficit down to 17 over the remainder of the half as the Anchormen cruised to the victory.

The Anchormen outscored the Huskies, 18-0, on points off turnovers in the second half.

Junior guard Jalen Lincoln (Nobleboro, ME) led the Huskies with eight points, while Jackson finished with six points, two blocks and two steals. The Huskies shot 38.5 percent (15-for-39) from the field, 37.5 percent (6-for-16) from three-point range and 72.7 percent (8-for-11) from the free throw line for the game.

The Anchormen were led by Shider's 17 points, while Burton scored 12 points, handed out five assists, recorded four steals and registered two blocks. The Anchormen shot 43.1 percent (22-for-51) from the field and 33.3 percent (5-for-15) from three-point land and 69.6 percent (16-for-23) from the charity stripe as a team.

In upcoming action, Rhode Island College will continue Little East Conference action at home against UMass Dartmouth on Tuesday, Feb. 17 (7:30 p.m.). Southern Maine hosts UMass Boston on Tuesday (7:30 p.m.) and will be honoring Michael Trahan (Gardiner, Maine) for his contributions to USM basketball and celebrating his final season.
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Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Feb 25, 2015 11:30 am

UMass Boston Pulls Away From Southern Maine 89-72

GORHAM, Maine - Seniors Carl Joseph (Brockton, Mass.) and Luc Ulysse (Brooklyn, N.Y./Bronx Regional) combined to score 49 points to lead the UMass Boston Beacons to an 89-72 win over the University of Southern Maine Huskies in a Little East Conference men’s basketball game Tuesday night at Hill Gymnasium.

With the win, UMass Boston improves to 13-11 overall and 5-8 in the Little East. Southern Maine dips to 5-19 with the loss and 2-11 in the conference.

In an up and down first half, Southern Maine took a slim 36-34 lead into the halftime break. The Huskies shot 50.0 percent (15-for-30) from the field in the opening half and made 5-of-12 from three-points. The Huskies trailed by 10, 24-14, after a layup from UMB senior Steven McGuire (Rancho Cucamonga,Calif./Etiwanda). Facing a double-digit deficit, Southern Maine outscored the Beacons 22-10 over the final eight minutes. Junior Alex Fraser (Portland, Maine/Cheverus) and sophomore Fred Knight (Hampden, Maine/Hampden Academy) led the way for USM with six points each.

The Huskies continued their strong play into the second half and extended their lead to 43-34 with seven unanswered points in the first two minutes, including back-to-back layup from junior Ben Jackson (Houston, Texas/Bellaire). However, the Beacons fought back responding with an overwhelming 21-0 run to assume control.

Following USM’s second straight layup from Jackson, the Beacons’ freshman Fred Epps (Randolph, Mass.) caught fire scoring 12 of his teams next 21 points, including a pair of back-breaking three-pointers as the shot clock nearly expired. During the Beacons’ stretch run, USM was 0-for-6 from the field with four turnovers. Southern Maine’s Knight broke the Huskies’ scoring drought with a jumper at the 12:10 mark to make it 55-45 in favor of the Beacons and the game settled into a back-and-forth contest with each team trading baskets.

Trailing 70-58 with 4:47 to play, USM trimmed its deficit to six points on with a 10-4 mini-run led by five points from junior Jacob Littlefield (Mechanic Falls, Maine/Poland Regional), but UMB answered right back with a jumper from Joseph and a layup from McGuire to return to a double-digit lead 78-68 with under two to play. From there the Beacons outscored USM 11-4 down the stretch for the 89-72 final.

Joseph finished with 25 points for the Beacons on 8-for-11 shooting, grabbing six boards. Ulysse was 10-for-14 from the field with 24 points, seven rebounds and four assists. Epps finished with 15 points on 6-for-7 shooting off of the bench, while junior Omar Benabicha (Saugas, Mass.) added 14 points, six assists and five rebounds.

Knight led four Huskies in double figures with 14 points off of the bench, while Littlefield added 13 points and six rebounds. Junior Jalen Lincoln (Nobleboro, Maine/Lincoln Academy) added 11 points and a career-high eight assists, while Fraser tossed in 11 points and had four assists.

Southern Maine travels to Eastern Connecticut State on Saturday (1:00 p.m.) in a Little East Conference match-up. It is the final regulars season for Southern Maine before heading into the LEC playoffs.

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Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Feb 25, 2015 12:44 pm

Eastern Connecticut 67, Southern Maine 53 (Courtesy of ECONN Sports Information).

WILLIMANTIC, Conn. – The Eastern Connecticut State University men’s basketball team sank three of its five three-point field goals in a span of less than five minutes late in the game to shake free from the University of Southern Maine and post a 67-53 Little East Conference victory in the regular-season finale Saturday afternoon at Francis E. Geissler Gymnasium.

Coming off last year’s perfect (14-0) conference season, Eastern (21-4, 13-1 LEC) won for the 32nd time in its last 33 conference regular-season games over the last three years in completing its sixth series sweep of Southern Maine (5-20, 2-12 LEC) in the last seven years.

Having earlier recorded its third LEC regular-season title in the last four seasons, top-seeded Eastern and No. 8 seed Southern Maine will have a return engagement in the first round of the LEC tournament Tuesday at Geissler Gymnasium at 7:30 p.m.

Freshman guard Collin Jordan (Cheshire) scored 12 of his 15 points in the second half, sinking both of his three-point field goals in the final five minutes after the Huskies had cut a double-digit deficit to seven with just over five minutes left. With Eastern leading by six, 49-43, with six minutes left, freshman guard Tarchee Brown (Rockville) nailed his only three-pointer and Jordan drained his pair minutes later to provide Eastern with a ten-point cushion with 1:15 left.

Sophomore forward Hugh Lindo (Enfield) scored 13 of his team-high 16 points and grabbed half of his team-high 12 rebounds in the first half in helping stake the Warriors to an 11-point, 36-25 halftime lead. Brown sat out nine minutes in the first half after picking up his second personal foul with nine minutes left in the first half but still finished with 11 points in the game. Thanks to Lindo (6-of-7) and Jordan (5-of-6), Eastern converted 18 of its 24 free throws, outscoring the visitors by 12 from the stripe. Sophomore center Fred Knight (Hampden, ME) and junior guard Cole Libby (Buxton, ME) kept the Huskies within striking distance until the final minutes. Knight left the game for four minutes after being smacked in the eye while grabbing a rebound six minutes into the second half but eventually led all players with 19 points and 14 rebounds in 32 minutes. Libby added 14 points, six rebounds and four assists.

The 20-win season is the sixth straight under head coach Bill Geitner for the Warriors and the 21 victories are the most in the regular season in program history.

Playing his final regular-season game, senior forward Brandon Yarborough (Stamford) had seven points, five rebounds and three assists in 26 minutes before being lifted with 54.7 seconds left and the Warriors leading, 64-53.

Eastern and Southern Maine last met in the LEC tournament in the opening round in 2008, the Huskies eliminating the Warriors, 79-69, in Gorham, ME. The Warriors last beat USM in the LEC tournament in the 2000 championship game, 73-66, at Dartmouth, MA.

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Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Feb 25, 2015 1:07 pm

2015 Little East Conference Men’s Basketball Quarterfinals
Eastern Connecticut Defeats Southern Maine 80-39
WILLAMANTIC, Conn. – Sophomore Hugh Lindo scored a game-high 18 points on 9-for-11 shooting form the field and added 11 rebounds and three assists to lead the Eastern Connecticut State University Warriors to an 80-39 win over the University of Southern Maine Huskies in the quarterfinals of the Little East Conference men’s basketball championship tournament Tuesday night at Geissler Gymnasium.

With the win, the Warriors, the 2015 regular season champions, advance to the semifinals of the LEC tourney. Southern Maine concludes its season at 5-21.

The Warriors shot a solid 45.7 percent (32-for-70) from the field and used a balanced effort to defeat the Huskies. Freshman Collin Jordan was the only other ECSU player in double-figures adding 15 points on 6-for-8 shooting, including a pair of threes. Classmate Tarchee Brown and Kevin Leumene each added nine points, while Brown had a team-high four assists.

Southern Maine junior Jacob Littlefield (Mechanic Falls, Maine/Poland Regional) led the Huskies with 13 points, knocking down 6-of-10 from the field. Sophomore forward Fred Knight (Hampden, Maine/Hampden Academy) added eight points and five rebounds.

Lindo scored 14 of his game-high 18 in the first half as the Warriors raced out to a commanding 44-21 lead at the break. The Warriors shot 46.2 percent (18-for-39) for the field in the first half, and held USM to just eight field goals and 8-for-24 shooting (33.3 percent). In the second half, ECSU’s defense tightened even more limiting USM to just 18 points in the second half for the win.

The game marked the final career game of USM’s Michael Trahan (Gardiner, Maine).

No. 32 Michael Trahan Gardiner, Maine
Year GP FG-FGA Pct. Reb FT-FTA PCT A Pts.-Avg.
2014-15 15 1-3 .333 4 0-0 .00 2 3-0.2
2013-14 12 0-0 .00 4 0-0 .00 3 0-0.0
2012-13 9 0-0 .00 1 0-2 .00 2 0-0.0
Total 36 1-3 .333 9 0-2 .00 7 3-0.1

Academic Honors & Awards: Recognized as 2012-2013 and 2013-2014 William B. Wise Scholar-Athlete.
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