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Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Feb 24, 2015 8:48 am

2/16/15 – Bobcats Outlast Monks, 62-57

STANDISH, Maine – Bates College (19-5, 7-3 NESCAC) edged Saint Joseph’s College (12-11, 10-6 GNAC), 62-57, in a non-conference men’s basketball game at the Harold Alfond Center on Monday evening. Junior guard Craig Luschenat (Boston, Mass.) scored a game-high 18 points in the loss.

Bates, the top team in the Northeast in the latest NCAA DIII Regional Rankings, held a 31-23 advantage at halftime and led by as many as 14 points midway through the second stanza, but Saint Joseph’s fought back into contention with a 15-3 run to make it a 53-51 game with 3:14 remaining. The Bobcats managed to hold off the upset-minded Monks with the help of a Graham Safford (Hampden, Maine) conventional three-point play and five points from junior guard Mike Boornazian (Portland, Conn.) in the closing minutes.
For the Monks, freshman forward Quinn Richardson-Newton (Saco, Maine) scored 11 points with four rebounds, senior forward Zach Blodgett (Glenburn, Maine) added six points, senior guard Steve Simonds (Steep Falls, Maine) pulled down a game-high 12 rebounds, and sophomores John Crawley (Fitchburg, Maine) and Andrew Ruffen (Salem, N.H.) chipped in with five points apiece in the losing effort. Senior guard Jordan Tripp (Queens, N.Y.) dealt a career-high seven assists in the close contest.

Boornazian led the Bobcats with 16 points while Safford netted 14 with six assists and sophomore center Max Eaton (St. Petersburg, Fla.) came off the bench to tally nine points and nine rebounds on the evening. Senior guards Billy Selmon (Atlanta, Ga.) and Adam Philpott (Gloucester, Mass.) and junior forward Mike Newton (Chapel Hill, N.C.) scored seven points apiece in the triumph.

Overall, Saint Joseph’s shot 41.8% (23-55) from the floor and 26.9% (7-26) from three-point range while making all four of the team’s attempts from the free throw line in the losing bid. The Monks owned advantages in assists (16-12), second-chance points (15-6) and points in the paint (28-24).

Bates posted a 46.8% (22-47) clip from the floor while shooting 30% (6-20) from downtown and 70.6% (12-17) from the FT line on the night. The Bobcats held the lead in rebounding (31-30), points off turnovers (16-9) and bench points (23-14) en route to victory.

With the loss, Saint Joseph’s falls to 7-12 in the history of the series with Bates College, a team the Monks defeated by an 82-77 score in the last meeting between the in-state rivals, a tilt that took place in Lewiston on November 19th, 2013.

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Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Feb 25, 2015 12:41 pm

2/21/15 – Monks Fall to Wildcats in Regular-Season Finale, 79-65

STANDISH, Maine – Johnson & Wales University (20-5, 15-3 GNAC) defeated Saint Joseph’s College (12-13, 10-8 GNAC), 79-65, in a GNAC men’s basketball contest at the Harold Alfond Center on Saturday afternoon. Senior guard Steve Simonds (Steep Falls, Maine) tallied 23 points, five rebounds and three assists in the losing effort.

Despite the setback, Saint Joseph’s remains in the fourth spot in the conference standings and will host #5 Lasell College in a GNAC Tournament Quarterfinal contest at 7:00 PM on Tuesday. Johnson & Wales, the #2 seed, hosts seventh-seeded Mount Ida College at 7:30 PM in other quarterfinal action on Tuesday night.

Saint Joseph’s held a 14-5 advantage after Simonds netted a three-pointer with 14:11 left in the first half, but the lead quickly evaporated, as Johnson & Wales mounted a 14-3 run over the following six minutes to claim a 19-17 edge.

JWU junior Robert Lewis (Providence, R.I.) and Saint Joseph’s senior Jordan Tripp (Brooklyn, N.Y.) went on to trade layups, with the latter making it a 29-27 game in favor of the Wildcats with 3:29 before the break. Johnson & Wales proceeded to post an 18-5 run, while going 7-7 from the floor, over the closing minutes of the half and carried a 47-32 lead into the break as a result.
The Wildcats secured a game-high 22-point lead (62-40) when junior Yadiyah Letellier (Glen Cove, N.Y.) netted a tip-in with 11:17 left to play, but the Monks made one last push and trailed 69-58 after freshman forward Quinn Richardson-Newton (Saco, Maine) made a pair of freebies to close out a 13-5 run with 3:21 left. The comeback bid would fall short, as the Wildcats sealed the conference victory by making seven of eight free throws in the closing two minutes.

For the Monks, sophomore guard Andrew Ruffen (Salem, N.H.) scored 11 points off the bench, Richardson-Newton contributed eight points and five rebounds, junior guard Craig Luschenat (Boston, Mass.) added eight points and Tripp chipped in with six points in the loss.

Junior guard Quarry Greenaway (Westchester, N.Y.) paced the Wildcats and led all scorers with 24 points while pulling down a team-high eight boards, Lewis netted 13 with four caroms and four assists, freshman guard Jarell Lawson (Providence, R.I.) added 12 points off the bench, and junior guard Tom Garrick (Seekonk, Mass.) totaled 11 points and seven rebounds in the triumph.

Prior to the start of the contest, a brief ceremony was held to honor the Monks’ three seniors: Simonds, Tripp and Zach Blodgett (Glenburn, Maine). This trio has helped lead the Royal Blue to a 65-42 (.608) overall record, including a 49-23 (.681) mark in GNAC play, over the last four seasons.

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Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Feb 25, 2015 1:05 pm

2/24/15 – Simonds Nets 38 in Monks’ Thrilling Overtime Victory

STANDISH, Maine – Senior guard Steve Simonds (Steep Falls, Maine) poured in 38 points, including 11 in overtime, to help lift #4 Saint Joseph’s College (13-13, 10-8 GNAC) past fifth-seeded Lasell College (10-16, 9-9 GNAC), 84-77, in a thrilling overtime victory in a Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) Tournament Quarterfinal contest at the Harold Alfond Center on Tuesday night.

The Monks trailed by as many as nine points midway though the second half but rallied with a 13-2 run and held a 66-64 lead after freshman forward Quinn Richardson-Newton (Saco, Maine) converted a traditional three-point play with 56 seconds remaining in regulation. The lead, which was the Monks’ first of the second stanza, did not last long as Lasell junior forward Pat Marchand (Coventry, R.I.) netted a layup 19 seconds later to knot the contest at 66-66. Simonds converted a layup on the Monks’ following trip down the floor in a play that looked to clinch the victory for the hosts, but Lasers senior guard Jeremy Daniel (Bridgeport, Conn.) was fouled with 0.2 seconds left and proceeded to make both pressure-packed freebies, effectively sending the playoff tilt into overtime.
Saint Joseph’s grabbed the first lead of extra play when Simonds made a free throw at the 4:44 mark, but freshman guard Scott Arsenault (Walpole, Mass.) nailed a three-pointer 10 seconds later to lift the Lasers to a 71-69 advantage.

As it played out, the lead would be the Lasers’ last of the night, as Richardson-Newton hit a layup with 4:18 left to tie the game and Simonds went on to score six straight points for the Monks, offsetting a Richard O’Brien (Manchester, N.H.) three-pointer and providing the Royal Blue with a 77-74 edge with 2:44 on the OT clock.

Marchand followed with a free throw 24 seconds later to cut the visitors’ deficit to 77-75, but Lasell would get no closer to the lead as Saint Joseph’s extended the lead to 82-75 with five unanswered points as an Andrew Ruffen (Salem, N.H.) freebie pushed the score beyond the two-possession scenario in favor of the Monks for the first time all night.

Ruffen made one of the biggest plays of the night when he forced a turnover near midcourt with 23 seconds left in OT. The sophomore scrambled for the loose ball, which eventually found the hands of Craig Luschenat (Boston, Mass.), who drove to the bucket and dealt a beautiful pass to Blodgett, who was stationed under the rim and hit the layup to put the Monks up 81-75 with 20 seconds left.

With 10 seconds left, Daniel made an uncontested layup to make it an 82-77 game, but the senior point guard fouled out on the SJC inbounds play, an infraction that sent Simonds to the line and the senior standout made both shots to seal the victory.
With the win, Saint Joseph’s advances to the semifinal round of the GNAC Tournament as the Monks will play at top-seeded Albertus Magnus College on Thursday night at 7:00 PM. The Falcons toppled eighth-seeded Suffolk University, 108-82, in other quarterfinal action this evening. The loss signals the end of the 2014-15 season for Lasell College.

For the Monks, Simonds was 14-20 from the field and 4-8 from downtown while grabbing four boards and dealing five assists in the thrilling victory. Senior forward Zach Blodgett (Glenburn, Maine) added 19 points – 12 in the second stanza alone - and seven boards while posting a 7-8 effort from the FT line, Richardson-Newton contributed 10 points and a team-high nine caroms, and Jordan Tripp (Queens, N.Y.) and Jerome Diggs (Washington, D.C.) chipped in with six points apiece.

Marchand paced five Lasers in double digits with 18 points and nine boards while Arsenault netted 15 – including 12 in the second frame, O’Brien added 14, Daniel tallied 13 points and seven caroms, and senior guard Mike Vallone (Wallingford, Conn.) contributed 12 points and seven rebounds in the hard-fought loss.

Overall, Saint Joseph’s shot 55.4% (31-56) from the field, 41.7% (5-12) from three-point distance, and 73.9% (17-23) from the free throw line. Lasell countered by shooting 48.1% (26-54) from the floor, 37.1% (13-35) from downtown, and 80% (12-15) from the charity stripe on the evening.

Saint Joseph’s held a sizeable 42-24 lead on points in the paint as well as a 32-27 edge in rebounds in the victory.

The outlook was bleak in the early going, as the Lasers opened play with a 12-4 run. Trailing 18-9 after O’Brien netted a three-pointer at the 11:37 mark of the first half, Saint Joseph’s the Royal Blue rattled off 12 straight points, including five from Simonds, to claim a 21-18 lead with 6:57 left in the first half.

The lead changed hands three times heading into intermission, with Lasell notching the final strike on an O’Brien three-pointer with 1:02 before the break to left the visitors to a 31-29 edge going into the locker room.

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Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Mar 02, 2015 11:35 am

2/26/15 – Saint Joseph’s Falls to #7 Albertus Magnus in GNAC Semifinal, 81-51

NEW HAVEN, Conn. – Top-seeded Albertus Magnus College (26-1, 18-0 GNAC) defeated #4 Saint Joseph’s College (13-14, 10-8 GNAC), 81-51, in a Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) Men’s Basketball Tournament Semifinal on Thursday night. Senior guard Steve Simonds (Steep Falls, Maine) scored a game-high 25 points in the season-ending loss.

Albertus Magnus, ranked seventh nationally in the latest D3Hoops.com Poll, opened the game with eight straight points and held a 17-5 advantage after senior forward Lemar Larsen (Waterbury, Conn.) connected on a layup with 13:52 left in the first half. The Monks cut their deficit down to six points (40-34) after Simonds made a pair of free throws with 1:03 before the break, but the Falcons scored six unanswered points to close out the opening frame with a 46-34 cushion.

The Falcons picked up where they left off in the second stanza, as the hosts opened the latter half with a 23-3 run to effectively put the game out or reach. Senior guard Tavon Sledge (Spring Valley, N.Y.) drained a three-pointer to close out the outburst and lift the Falcons to a 69-37 cushion with 9:46 left in the game.

Albertus Magnus, which has won three-consecutive conference titles and four in the last five seasons, will attempt to make it four-straight titles when the team hosts #2 Johnson & Wales University (22-5, 15-3 GNAC) in the 2015 GNAC Championship at 1:00 PM on Saturday. Johnson & Wales defeated #6 Emmanuel College, 77-43, in the other semifinal, which was played tonight in Providence.

For the Monks, Simonds added eight rebounds and two assists, senior forward Zach Blodgett (Glenburn, Maine) added eight points and five boards, freshman forward Quinn Richardson-Newton (Saco, Maine) contributed five points and four caroms, and junior guard Jerome Diggs (Washington, D.C.) tallied four points, eight rebounds and four assists in the loss.

For the Falcons, Sledge netted 21 points with six assists and was 8-8 from the free throw line, senior Victor Ljuljdjuraj (Yorktown Heights, N.Y.) registered 17 points, 12 rebounds, six blocked shots and four steals, and senior guard Eian Davis (Brooklyn, N.Y.) added 14 points, five assists and a pair of steals in the victory.

Ljuljdjuraj became the 14th Albertus player to reach the 1,000-point milestone when he connected on a free throw with 2:32 remaining – a feat that is quite impressive considering he reached the plateau in just two seasons with the Falcons.

The Falcons held advantages in multiple statistical categories, but none more so than at the foul line, as the hosts made 27 of 36 attempts from the charity stripe in the victory. Conversely, the Monks went to the line just six times, converting four attempts, in the losing effort.

Saint Joseph’s, which entered the game as the GNAC-leader in fewest fouls per game (15.2), was slapped with 29 infractions, the team’s highest foul total since December 4th, 2004 when the Monks were called for 31 fouls in a loss at Thomas College. The Falcons were whistled for 15 fouls on the evening.

The Monks’ single-game fouls record is 38, a tally St. Joe’s posted against Southern Maine on January 19th, 1980.

Albertus is now 11-8 all-time against the Monks and are 2-1 when playing Saint Joseph’s in GNAC Tournament play. The win also extends the Falcons’ home court winning streak to 56 games, the longest active home court winning streak in NCAA men’s basketball (all levels).

The loss signals the end of collegiate basketball for the Monks’ three seniors: Simonds, Blodgett and Jordan Tripp (Queens, N.Y.). The 2015 graduating class helped Saint Joseph’s post a 66-43 (.606) overall record, including a 49-23 (.681) mark in GNAC play, during their career. With this group on the court, the Monks advanced to the conference semifinals all four years and made an appearance in the GNAC Championship contest last winter.

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Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Mar 03, 2015 7:19 am

3/2/15 – Simonds & Blodgett Earn All-Conference Recognition

STANDISH, Maine – The 2014-15 Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) Men’s Basketball postseason honors have been released and a pair of Saint Joseph’s College players have earned recognition.

Senior guard Steve Simonds (Steep Falls, Maine) has garnered First Team All-GNAC honors while senior forward Zach Blodgett (Glenburn, Maine) is listed on the Third Team.
Simonds completed his senior season averaging 22.5 points, 7.9 rebounds, 3.4 assists and 1.4 steals per game while shooting 51.6% (190-368) from the field, 45.8% (98-214) from three-point range, and 87.7% (107-122) from the free throw line. The three-time GNAC Player of the Week selection led the conference in scoring, points (585), three-pointers made, three-point percentage and free-throw percentage and was second in rebounding, defensive rebounds (170) and third in total rebounds (206).

Simonds, who became the 38th member of the Monks’ 1,000-Point Club earlier this season, is one of just two players in program history to register at least 500 points, 200 rebounds and 70 assists in a single season. SJC Hall of Famer John Wassenbergh ’96, who reached these lofty totals his senior year, is the only other to accomplish the feat.
Simonds closed out his career as the Monks’ all-time leader in free-throw percentage (.871, 210-241) and is currently ranked third in three-pointers made (229) and three-point percentage (.416). He scored 1,243 points with 449 rebounds, 222 assists and 37 steals over four NCAA seasons.

Blodgett closed out his collegiate career with his finest season, averaging 11.0 points and 3.6 rebounds per contest while shooting 44.5% (116-255) from the field. A four-year contributor, the 6’4” forward was one of three players to start in all 27 of the Monks’ contests this winter and scored 10 or more points in 15 different games during his senior campaign.

Blodgett, who netted a career-high 25 points in a loss to eventual GNAC Champion Albertus Magnus College on January 10th, established career-highs in scoring, points (297), field goals made (116) and free throws made (45) this season. He finished his NCAA career having scored 748 points with 293 rebounds and 102 assists while shooting 46.2% (283-612) from the field and 74.8% (110-147) from the FT line over 103 games.

Saint Joseph’s College, led by 12th-year Head Coach Rob Sanicola ’99, completed the 2014-15 season with a 13-14 overall record and a 10-8 mark in GNAC play. As the #4 seed in the conference tourney, the Monks defeated #5 Lasell College, 84-77 in overtime, in a GNAC Quarterfinal on February 24th to advance to the semifinal round for the seventh time in eight seasons as a member of the conference. The campaign came to a close with a semifinal loss at top-seeded Albertus Magnus, a team that proceeded to win its fourth-consecutive GNAC Championship, on February 26th.


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Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Mar 21, 2015 4:59 am

3/20/15 – Simonds, Richardson-Newton Earn Maine Men’s Basketball Awards

STANDISH, Maine – The 2014-15 Maine Men’s Basketball Coaches and Writers Association (MMBCWA) annual awards have been announced and a pair of Saint Joseph’s College players have earned accolades.

Senior guard Steve Simonds (Steep Falls, Maine) has collected First Team All-State honors while freshman forward Quinn Richardson-Newton (Saco, Maine) has claimed MMBCWA Rookie of the Year and All-Rookie Team accolades.

Simonds averaged 22.5 points, 7.9 rebounds, 3.4 assists and 1.4 steals per game while shooting 51.6% (190-368) from the field, 45.8% (98-214) from three-point range, and 87.7% (107-122) from the free throw line during his senior season.

The three-year starter led all Maine players in points (585), three-point field goals made per game (3.77) and three-pointers made, ranked second in the State in rebounding, scoring, field goal percentage, free-throw percentage, defensive rebounding and three-point field goal attempts, and third in field goals made and total rebounds.

Simonds, who became the 38th member of the Monks' 1,000-Point Club during the 2014-15 campaign, recorded the sixth-highest single-season scoring average and posted the eighth-highest point total in the 45-year history of the Saint Joseph’s men’s basketball program as a senior. No SJC player has averaged as many points in a season since Carl Howell ’99 set the program record with 26.5 PPG during the 1998-99 campaign.

Simonds closed out his career as the Monks' all-time leader in free-throw percentage (.871, 210-241) and is currently ranked third in three-pointers made (229) and three-point percentage (.416). He scored 1,243 points with 449 rebounds, 222 assists and 37 steals over four NCAA seasons.

Richardson-Newton averaged 9.4 points, 4.1 rebounds and 1.8 assists while starting all 27 of the Monks’ contests as a freshman post player. He led the team in field goal percentage (55.2%, 91-165) and ranked second on the squad in playing time (27.1 MPG), free throws made (72), free throw attempts (100), rebounding and total rebounds (111) and was also third in field goals made, free-throw percentage (72.0%), points (254) and scoring average.

The sixth player in program history to garner Maine Rookie of the Year honors, Richardson-Newton netted the most points with the highest scoring average by an SJC player since Chris Davis scored 256 points with a 9.8 PPG mark in 2008.
Richardson-Newton joins Paul Searles (1989), Carl Howell (1996), C.J. Vose (2000), Leroy Gore (2001) and Mike Stallings (2004) on the prestigious list of Saint Joseph’s MMBCWA Rookie of the Year recipients.

Saint Joseph's College, led by 12th-year Head Coach Rob Sanicola '99, completed the 2014-15 season with a 13-14 overall record and a 10-8 mark in GNAC play. As the #4 seed in the conference tourney, the Monks defeated #5 Lasell College, 84-77 in overtime, in a GNAC Quarterfinal on February 24th to advance to the semifinal round for the seventh time in eight seasons as a member of the conference. The campaign came to a close with a semifinal loss at top-seeded Albertus Magnus, a team that proceeded to win its fourth-consecutive GNAC Championship, on February 26th.
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Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Jan 19, 2016 10:24 am

Late Run Launches Monks Past Rams, 62-56

STANDISH, Maine – Saint Joseph's College (6-10, 3-6 GNAC) tipped Suffolk University (4-11, 2-6 GNAC), 62-56, in Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) men's basketball action at the Harold Alfond Center on Monday afternoon.

THE LEAD

In a game that featured six tie scores and eight lead changes, the Monks claimed the lead for good with the help of impressive efforts on both ends of the court late in the second half. Trailing 47-41 with 7:17 remaining, Saint Joseph's rattled off 15 unanswered points – including six from freshman Darian Berry (Rochester, N.H.) and five from senior Craig Luschenat (Boston, Mass.) – and held a 56-47 lead after Luschenat made a pair of free throws with 52 seconds left.

The SJC defense was an important factor during the game-changing stretch and held the Rams without a bucket in 12 attempts in nine trips down the court over the seven-minute string.

In the closing 40 seconds, Suffolk fought back and cut the Monks' lead to four on a pair of occasions in the final 10 ticks, but sophomore Quinn Richardson-Newton (Saco, Maine) and freshman Ian Mileikis (Auburn, Maine) made a pair of free throws apiece during the same span to help the hosts hold off the visitors.

LEADERS – SAINT JOSEPH'S

Richardson-Newton nearly recorded a double-double with 18 points and eight rebounds while shooting 6-7 from the FT line
Mileikis added 14 points, six rebounds, and four assists
Senior guard Davis Tucker (High Point, N.C.) pulled down a game-and-career-high 10 rebounds
Luschenat netted nine points with three boards and three assists
Berry contributed nine points and made a trio of freebies after being fouled on a downtown shot in the midst of the Monks' 15-0 run
Freshman Marc Corey (Londonderry, N.H.) chipped in with eight points
LEADERS – SUFFOLK

Senior guard Jake Meister (Madison, N.J.) scored a game-high 19 points with seven rebounds
Senior guard Caleb Unni (Winchester, Mass.) netted 11 with five caroms
Senior guard Adam Chick (Northbrook, Ill.) tallied nine points with eight rebounds and three assists
Junior forward Matt Duquette (Swampscott, Mass.) chipped in off the bench with seven points, three rebounds, three assists and three blocked shots
TEAM STATS

Saint Joseph's shot 38.8% (19-49) from the floor, 33.3% (7-21) from three-point distance, and 73.9% (17-23) from the free throw line while Suffolk shot 35% (21-60) from the field, 30.8% (8-26) from downtown, and 85.7% (6-7) from the charity stripe on the afternoon.

The Monks maintained leads in rebounds (39-33), assists (15-13) and bench points (11-9) while the Rams held the advantage in points off turnovers (8-1), second-chance points (5-4), and points in the paint (22-10).

HISTORICALLY SPEAKING

With the victory, Saint Joseph's improves to 14-3 all-time versus Suffolk University, a team that defeated the Monks in the last meeting (66-55 in Boston, 2/12/15) between the conference counterparts.

NEXT!

Saint Joseph's is off until Saturday when the team hosts GNAC-rival and current conference leader Johnson & Wales University (15-1, 9-0 GNAC) in a 2:00 PM tip-off. Suffolk hosts Lasell College in a conference matchup slated to begin at 7:00 PM on Thursday.


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