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Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Nov 05, 2015 8:19 am

November
Sat Nov. 21 vs. Norwich @ Thomas College | Waterville, Maine
Charlie Ryan Classic 7:00 PM
Sun Nov. 22 vs. Me.-Fort Kent @ Thomas College | Waterville, Maine
Charlie Ryan Classic 2:00 PM
Tue Nov. 24 at Southern Me.
7:30 PM Live stats Video
Sun Nov. 29 U. of New England
5:00 PM Live stats Video

December
Tue Dec. 8 Husson
8:00 PM Live stats Video
Thu Dec. 10 Saint Joseph's (Me.)
7:30 PM Live stats Video
Sat Dec. 12 at Colby
3:00 PM
Mon Dec. 21 Southern Vt.
5:30 PM Live stats Video
Tue Dec. 29 WPI
5:30 PM Live stats Video
Thu Dec. 31 Babson
3:00 PM Live stats Video

January
Sat Jan. 2 vs. Brandeis @ Springfield, Mass. (Springfield)
7:30 PM Live stats
Sun Jan. 3 vs. TBA @ Springfield Tournament
TBA
Fri Jan. 8 Colby
7:00 PM Live stats Video
Sat Jan. 9 Bowdoin
3:00 PM Live stats Video
Fri Jan. 15 at Hamilton
7:00 PM
Sat Jan. 16 at Middlebury
3:00 PM Live stats Video
Fri Jan. 22 at Connecticut Col.
7:00 PM
Sat Jan. 23 at Wesleyan (Conn.)
3:00 PM
Sat Jan. 30 at Tufts
2:00 PM

February
Tue Feb. 2 at Me.-Farmington
7:00 PM Live stats
Fri Feb. 5 Amherst
7:00 PM Live stats Video
Sat Feb. 6 Trinity (Conn.)
3:00 PM Live stats Video
Tue Feb. 9 at Bowdoin
7:00 PM
Sun Feb. 14 at Williams
2:00 PM
Sat Feb. 20 at TBA

NESCAC Quarterfinals TBA
Sat Feb. 27 at TBA
NESCAC Semifinals TBA
Sun Feb. 28 at TBA
NESCAC Championship Finals

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Re: Bates College - men 2015-2016:

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Nov 18, 2015 5:30 am

Tough act to follow for Bates and Boornazian

LEWISTON — After the best season in program’s history, Mike Boornazian and his fellow Bates College men’s basketball team have a tough act to follow.

But that’s OK for the senior guard and the Bobcats. After last year’s exciting trip to the Sweet 16, the team is still feeding off that energy and excited about what could follow this winter.

“I think this team has certainly no let up,” Boornazian said. “I think we’re more than capable of doing the same thing if not exceeding expectations again. Everyone is real fired up after what we did last year. Hopefully, we can keep the ball rolling.”

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Re: Bates College - men 2015-2016:

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Nov 22, 2015 8:06 am

Delpeche twins lead Bates to victory in season opener

WATERVILLE, Maine -- Coming off a Sweet 16 appearance in the NCAA tournament, the Bates men's basketball team started the 2015-2016 campaign in style at the Charlie Ryan Classic with a 79-49 win over Norwich University Saturday night.

The Bobcats (1-0) started the game on an 18-4 run to quickly put the Cadets (1-2) in a big hole. Malcolm Delpeche (Wilmington, Del.) scored a game-high 20 points for Bates on 9-10 shooting. He added a game-high eight rebounds, a game-high five steals and a game-high four blocks in a dominating performance.

Delpeche '17 wasn't the only Bobcat flexing his muscles Saturday. His twin brother Marcus Delpeche (Wilmington, Del.) added 10 points of his own on 5-8 shooting. Sophomore guard Shawn Strickland (Middletown, Conn.) added 10 points, three rebounds and three assists.

Bates won this game on the glass, out-rebounding Norwich 50-27. Bates out-shot Norwich as well, finishing the game shooting nearly 50% while the Cadets managed only a 35% mark from the field.

Both teams played their entire active rosters in the easy win for Bates. Off the bench sophomore Justin Zukowski (Portland, Maine) scored seven points while grabbing four rebounds. Junior Quin Leary (Auburn, Maine) led all players with four assists.

The Bobcats led 36-19 at the half and never trailed in the opening night win.

Bates wraps up the Charlie Ryan Classic Sunday afternoon as they take on the University of Maine- Fort Kent at 2:00 in Waterville on the campus of Thomas College.
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Re: Bates College - men 2015-2016:

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Nov 23, 2015 7:26 am

Men's basketball finishes undefeated weekend with victory over Maine-Fort Kent

WATERVILLE, Maine -- Marcus Delpeche scored a game-high 16 points, Mike Boornazian poured in 15 of his own, and the Bates men's basketball team pulled away in the second half to knock off Maine-Fort Kent 86-65 Sunday afternoon in the Charlie Ryan Classic.

Delpeche '17 (Wilmington, Del.) also pulled down a game-high nine rebounds, narrowly missing a double-double. He shot 7-10 from the field and six of his nine rebounds were on the offensive glass.

Boornazian '16 (Portland, Conn.) shot 7-12 from the field and hauled in five boards. Meanwhile sophomore point guard Shawn Strickland (Middletown, Conn.) dished out a game-high seven assists.

Maine-Fort Kent (4-4) hung in there with the Bobcats (2-0) in the first half. For the second straight night, Bates got off to a fast start, sprinting out to a 15-3 lead on a Boornazian layup with 15:23 to go in the first half.

But the Bengals rallied to cut the Bates lead to three points on a Qaadir Ali layup with 13 seconds to go in the first half. Bates got the last laugh in the half when Jerome Darling '17 (Hartford, Conn.) hit a three with four seconds left to put Bates up 39-33 at the break.

The second half featured a remarkable 21-0 run by the Bobcats to put the game out of reach. Up 45-40 with 15:10 to go in the game, Bates got a bucket from Boornazian. Then Marcus Delpeche followed with a dunk and a layup. Boornazian hit a jumper and Darling hit a jumper. Justin Zukowski '18 (Portland, Maine) hit a pair of free throws. Marcus Delpeche split a pair of free throws and Josh Britten '16 (Yarmouth, Maine) hit one of his three three-pointers of the night. That was followed by a Marcus Delpeche layup and a Quin Leary '17 (Auburn, Maine) three-pointer.

When the dust cleared the Bobcats led 66-40 with under eight minutes to go in the game.

The Bengals couldn't get any closer than to within 19 points down the stretch as Bates finished the weekend 2-0.

The Bobcats shot 46.2% from the field in the win compared to the Bengals' 37.7% mark.

Bates visits the University of Southern Maine on Tuesday for their next game. The tip is set for 7:30 p.m.

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Re: Bates College - men 2015-2016:

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Nov 25, 2015 7:16 am

Men's basketball drops high-scoring affair with Southern Maine

GORHAM, Maine -- Mike Boornazian scored a game-high 26 points but the University of Southern Maine's offense was too much for the Bobcats in a 106-92 loss Tuesday night.

The Huskies (4-1) shot a blistering 60% (12-20) from three-point range and sprinted to a 51-32 halftime lead. Bates (2-1) matched their high octane pace, especially in the second half when the Bobcats actually out-scored USM 60-55. The Bobcats were 13-29 from three as both teams shot aggressively from the perimeter.

The 106 points scored by the Huskies is the most points the Bobcats have surrendered in one game since they allowed 111 points in an overtime loss to Tufts in 2002.

"USM shot the ball incredibly well," Bates head coach Jon Furbush said. "I am curious to see on film if it was because they were that open and we weren't playing good enough defense or if it was just their night. Maybe it was a combination of both but I am anxious to get back to the film room and see what the problem was."

Boornazian '16 (Portland, Conn.) shot 9-18 from the field and 3-6 from deep on the evening. He added four rebounds and three assists. Shawn Strickland '18 (Middletown, Conn.) scored 20 points for the Bobcats with a team-high four assists. He also pulled down five boards. Meanwhile Malcolm Delpeche '17 (Wilmington, Del.) grabbed a game-high 11 rebounds while adding eight points.

All five starters for USM finished in double figures with Atencio Martin and Jose Novchanthavong leading the way with 21 points each. Overall USM shot 58.1% from the field.

Statistically the game ended up being fairly even with Bates out-rebounding USM and finishing the game with fewer turnovers.

But the early barrage from the Huskies put the Bobcats in a hole they simply could not dig themselves out of despite pulling to within 10 at one point in the second half.

Bates welcomes the University of New England to town on Sunday night for the Bobcats' home opener. Tip is set for 5:00.

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Re: Bates College - men 2015-2016:

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Dec 01, 2015 4:59 am

Hot-shooting Nor'easters top men's basketball 101-89

LEWISTON, Maine -- Devin Thompson, Drew Coveney and CJ Autry combined for 57 points and the University of New England pulled away from the Bates College men's basketball team over the final eight minutes for a 101-89 non-conference victory Sunday evening at Alumni Gymnasium.

The Nor'easters (5-2) beat their second straight in-state opponent from the NESCAC with a season-high point total, shooting 63.8 percent from the field (30-47), including 10-of-14 (.714) from three-point territory. UNE sunk Bowdoin 72-70 last Tuesday.

Coveney made all four of his three-point attempts, all six of his free throws en route to 18 points, and led UNE with eight assists, six rebounds and two blocked shots. Thompson scored a game-high 21 points and added three steals, while Autry scored 18 points while making 3-of-4 from deep. Jean-Luc Parker contributed 11 points and both Matt Lettick and Gavin Dibble scored nine points off the bench, combining to shoot 7-of-8 from the floor.

Junior Malcolm Delpeche (Wilmington, Del.) scored 18 points to go with seven rebounds for Bates (2-2), while senior Mike Boornazian (Portland, Conn.) added 14 points. Junior Marcus Delpeche (Wilmington, Del.) had nine points and shared the team rebounding lead with Boornazian, with eight. Sophomore Shawn Strickland (Middletown, Conn.) scored nine points with a team-high four assists.

Sophomore Justin Zukowski (Portland, Maine) scored a career-high 15 points for the Bobcats in 19 minutes off the bench. Junior Quin Leary (Auburn, Maine) added a career-high 10 points off the bench, shooting 4-for-4 and 2-for-2 from deep.

UNE jumped out to a 9-2 lead to start the game sharply, with four different players scoring. Bates clawed back and took its first lead at 18-17 on a jumper by senior Mike Newton (Chapel Hill, N.C.) with 11:02 left in the half. An 8-0 spurt later in the half, capped by six straight points by Strickland, gave the Bobcats their largest lead of the game, 33-28, with 5:08 left, but UNE ended the period with a 15-4 run for a 43-37 lead at the break.

The lead expanded to 55-44 after a Parker jump shot with 15:25 to go in the second half. But a pair of free throws by junior Jerome Darling (Hartford, Conn.), a jumper by Malcolm Delpeche and a jumper by Darling began a 16-7 Bates run, with six points by Darling and six by Leary on two 3-pointers. Strickland fed Boornazian for a layup and with 8:41 left in regulation, Bates tied the game up at 66-66.

UNE responded with layups by Lettick and Parker, and it ballooned into a decisive 10-0 Nor'easter run when Bates was hit with a whistle and a technical foul. Dibble and Thompson combined to make four foul shots in a row with 7:31 left, after which possession stayed with UNE, and a Dibble layup suddenly put Bates behind by 10 again at 76-66 with 7:05 to go.

Zukowski scored seven straight points for Bates, which could come only as close as six points the rest of the way, as the Nor'easters scored 22 points over the final 5:11 of the game, shooting 4-for-4 from the field and 14-for-17 from the line in that span of time.

UNE will host Wentworth in its Commonwealth Coast Conference opener on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.; Bates will next play host to Husson on Dec. 8 at 8 p.m.

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Re: Bates College - men 2015-2016:

Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Dec 10, 2015 7:43 am

Men's basketball downs Husson 86-67

LEWISTON, Maine -- Senior Mike Boornazian scored 26 points while juniors Malcolm and Marcus Delpeche both contributed double-doubles as the Bates men's basketball team defeated Husson University 86-67 in a non-conference game on Tuesday night in Alumni Gymnasium.

Boornazian (Portland, Conn.) tied his season high, making 10 of 12 free throws and leading the Bobcats (3-2) with four assists. Malcolm Delpeche (Wilmington, Del.) dunked four times en route to 13 points with 12 rebounds and three blocks, while Marcus Delpeche (Wilmington, Del.) pitched in 12 points, 10 boards and two blocks. Sophomore Jerome Darling (Hartford, Conn.) scored 11 points with three assists off the bench.

Raheem Anderson led the Eagles (3-2) with 25 points and Trevon Butler added 16. Eli Itkin had team highs of eight rebounds and four assists, and Justin Martin scored eight points off the bench.

The Bobcats led wire-to-wire after opening up an 8-0 lead to start the game, thanks to a pair of 3-pointers by senior Josh Britten (Yarmouth, Maine) and a Boornazian jumper. Boornazian scored nine additional points as Bates opened up a 25-9 lead, capped by Boornazian's three with 8:51 to go in the first half. Husson closed within six points in the final minute of the half and trailed 41-33 at intermission.

Bates shot 58.6 percent from the field in the second half, including six dunks, and held Husson to 34.3% shooting to hold the Eagles at bay. After Husson's Darryl Wood scored underneath to make it 48-40, the Eagles could get no closer the rest of the way. Three minutes after Marcus Delpeche fed his twin brother cutting down the lane for a monster dunk, Malcolm returned the favor on a nearly identical play with 14:16 to go in regulation, and Bates' lead expanded to 62-48 with a Boornazian three midway through the half.

Bates continued to distance itself from Husson to lead by as many as 21 in the final minute.

Bates outrebounded Husson 50-38, including 23 offensive boards.

Husson is ranked fourth in Maine and Bates is ranked fifth in this week's Maine Men's Basketball Coaches and Writers Association Top 5 poll.

Bates will host St. Joseph's College of Maine in a non-conference game on Thursday at 7:30pm; Husson hosts Colby-Sawyer in a North Atlantic Conference game Friday at 7:30.

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Re: Bates College - men 2015-2016:

Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Dec 12, 2015 7:57 am

Bobcats make 16 threes to shoot past Monks 89-63

LEWISTON, Maine -- The Bates men's basketball team made 12 3-pointers in the first half to build a 49-21 lead at the break, and went on to coast to an 89-63 non-conference victory over St. Joseph's College of Maine Thursday night in Alumni Gymnasium.

Sophomore Jerome Darling (Hartford, Conn.) and senior Josh Britten (Yarmouth, Maine) combined to make 10 threes in the game, and both scored career highs. Darling finished with a game-high 17 points, including 5-of-8 shooting from beyond the arc, with five assists and five rebounds. Britten also made 5-of-8 from three to score 15. Junior Marcus Delpeche (Wilmington, Del.) pitched in 10 points and junior Quin Leary (Auburn, Maine) contributed eight points and three assists.

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Bates (4-2) shot 16-for-29 from beyond the arc in the game, coming one three shy of the team's single-game record. The Bobcats shot 57.6 percent from the floor in all, a season high, and had assists on a season-best 24 of 34 makes from the field.

Junior Malcolm Delpeche (Wilmington, Del.) had a game-high seven rebounds, helping Bates to a 39-30 advantage on the glass.

John Crawley led St. Joe's (3-6) with 15 points, while Ben Malloy came off the bench for 12 points. Freshman guard Ian Mileikis posted eight points with six rebounds and four assists.

A Crawley layup gave St. Joe's its last lead of the game at 5-4 with 16:53 to go in the opening half. Britten responded with his second three in a row, and Malcolm Delpeche's steal and breakaway dunk made it 11-5. The Bobcats turned it into a 13-1 run with back-to-back threes made by Darling and Leary for a 17-6 lead.

After Marcus Delpeche answered Andrew Ruffen's 3-pointer with a layup followed by a dunk, another Crawley layup closed the gap to 10 for the last time at 21-11. Darling, sophomore Justin Zukowski (Portland, Maine) and Leary then piled on three consecutive 3-pointers to open up a 30-11 lead less than nine minutes into the game.

The 3-pointer party wasn't over for the Bobcats, as both Darling and Britten drained two more apiece before intermission for a monumental 28-point lead at the break that the Monks couldn't recover from. Bates' lead ballooned to as many as 35, at 67-32 with 12:54 left.

The Bobcats were able to empty their lengthy bench in the final 10 minutes of the game, with 17 players seeing at minimum of three minutes of action. Freshman forwards Ethan Winglass (Bath, Maine), Max Hummel (Glastonbury, Conn.) and Nick Lynch (Westford, Mass.) combined to score 16 points on 7-of-10 shooting down the stretch.

Bates plays a non-conference game at Colby on Saturday at 7pm. St. Joe's will next play a non-conference game Dec. 30 at Bowdoin.
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Re: Bates College - men 2015-2016:

Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Jan 09, 2016 7:22 am

Britten, Bates make it count against Colby

LEWISTON — Not that Friday night's NESCAC men's basketball conference opener between Bates and Colby needed any extra storylines, as the contest pitted two CBB rivals against each other. Yet, it also pitted the reigning Maine Men's Basketball Coaches and Writers Association Co-Players of the Week, in the Bobcats' Mike Boornazian and Ryan Jann of the Mules.

That individual matchup never materialized, but the game lived up to its billing anyway, with host Bates holding on for a thrilling 73-69 victory at Alumni Gym.

It was the second meeting of the season for the two schools, as Colby (10-2, 0-1 in NESCAC) won on its home floor, 78-74 in overtime, on December 12. That one didn't count toward conference standings, but was nonetheless a nail-biter between rivals.

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