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Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Nov 08, 2015 8:20 am

Raheem Anderson Scores 22 Points to Lead Husson Against UMaine In Men's Basketball Exhibition

BANGOR, Maine – Raheem Anderson scored 22 points and dished out six assists to lead Husson University in a men's basketball exhibition game against the University of Maine on Saturday, Nov. 7 at the Cross Center. The Eagles fell to the Black Bears 93-79 in a hard-fought game.


UMaine began the game on a 6-0 run, but Husson answered right back to tie the game at 6-6 after a pair of free throws and a jumper by Anderson. He then drained a three-point field goal to give the Eagles their first lead of the game at 11-8. The teams continued to trade hoops the next few minutes.


The Black Bears pushed the lead to 10 points on a pair of back-to-back three-point field goals by Troy Reid-Knight late in the first half. Husson ended the half on a five point run of its own to pull to within five points at 43-38.


Anderson led the offensive attack in the first half for the Eagles with 13 points, while Trevon Butler pulled down six rebounds.


Maine scored six straight points to open the second half, but Zach Curran stopped the run with a layup. The teams continued to trade hoops, before Husson cut the deficit to six points with back-to-back shots by Anderson and Trevon Butler.


Maine used a 10-0 run to extend its lead to 68-52, however, Husson answered back with a 10-4 run of its own. Anderson led charge with eight straight points for the Eagles. Maine countered with a 7-0 run to extend the lead to 79-62.


Husson then scored five straight points to cut the deficit to 12 points and then pulled to within 10 points on a layup by Darryl Wood with 1:53 remaining in the game, how they could get no closer.


Anderson led the way for the Eagles with 22 points, including five three-point field goals. He dished out a game-high six assists. Trevon Butler added a double-double with 14 points and 10 rebounds. He also had five steals in 36 minutes of action.


Till Gloger and Issac Van each had 22 points in the game for the Black Bears.


The Eagles return to action on Thursday, Nov. 19 when they travel to St. Joseph's. Tipoff is scheduled for 7:30 PM.

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Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Nov 11, 2015 8:21 am

UMFK Men’s Hoops Edges Husson in Exhibition
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Postby Tom Nolette » Fri Nov 20, 2015 4:11 am

Eagles Surge Past Saint Joseph's, 81-73, in Season Opener

STANDISH, Maine – Husson University (1-0) used a late rally to push past Saint Joseph's College (1-2), 81-73, in a non-conference men's basketball game at the Harold Alfond Center on Thursday evening.

THE LEAD

The Monks led by as many as 14 points late in the first half and held a 73-70 edge after junior Andrew Ruffen (Salem, N.H.) netted a layup with 5:09 left to play, but momentum swung the Eagles' way in the final five minutes, as the visitors closed the contest with 10 unanswered points en route to the 81-73 triumph.

LEADERS – SAINT JOSEPH'S

Ruffen paced the Monks with 13 points and added three rebounds
Sophomore forward Quinn Richardson-Newton (Saco, Maine) contributed 10 points, six assists and three boards
Freshman forward Marc Corey (Londonderry, N.H.) was perfect (4-4) from the field with 10 points
Senior guard Craig Luschenat (Boston, Mass.) and freshman guard Ian Mileikis (Auburn, Maine) chipped in with nine points apiece
Junior guard John Crawley (Fitchburg, Mass.) tallied eight points and six caroms in 17 minutes on the court
LEADERS – HUSSON

Senior forward Trevon Butler (Waterbury, Conn.) posted an impressive double-double with 24 points and 17 rebounds in the victory
Junior guard Raheem Anderson (Miramar, Fla.) posted 19 points with four boards and four steals
Junior forward Tyler Norris (Hampden, Maine) contributed 18 points and six caroms
FIRST HALF

Ruffen put the Monks on the board on the first possession, draining a three-pointer off a Luschenat feed 16 seconds into the contest
Husson owned a 21-14 advantage after sophomore forward Darryl Wood (Philadelphia, Pa.) made a layup at the 12:29 mark, but Saint Joseph's responded with an impressive 16-2 run, which was capped by a Ben Malloy (Standish, Maine) trifecta and lifted the hosts to a 30-23 lead with 8:10 remaining in the opening frame
Three pointers from Luschenat and freshman Darian Berry (Rochester, N.H.) propelled the Monks to a 12-point (37-25) cushion 5:57 before the break and the Royal Blue held a 42-28 lead three minutes later when Ruffen netted a three off a Richardson-Newton pass
The Eagles soared back into contention with 12 unanswered points, an effort capped by a traditional three-point play by Wood, and SJC senior guard Jerome Diggs (Washington, D.C.) finished the half with a nifty layup, making it a 44-40 game heading into the break.
SECOND HALF

The in-state rivals essentially traded buckets for the first 10 minutes of the second stanza
Three pointers from Malloy and Corey lifted the Monks to a 66-58 lead with 9:18 remaining
The Eagles would not go away easily and claimed their first taste of the lead of the second frame when Norris hit a jumper to knot the contest at 68-68 at the 6:14 mark
The Monks maintained the lead with the help of a Luschenat three and a layup by Ruffen, but could not hold off the Eagles, who proceeded to post the aforementioned 10-0 offensive burst
TEAM STATS


HISTORICALLY SPEAKING

With the loss, Saint Joseph's falls to 35-48 in the history of the series with Husson University and has now dropped three-consecutive contests to the former conference rival

NEXT!

Saint Joseph's plays at Maine-Farmington on Monday night at 7:30 PM while Husson travels to North Dartmouth, Mass. on Tuesday, Nov. 24 to face the Corsairs of UMass-Dartmouth for the first time since 2007.

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Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Nov 25, 2015 7:27 am

Eagles lose to UMass-Dartmouth, 91-88

DARTMOUTH, Mass. – Freshman Atakan Akcam buried a three-point shot from the corner with two-tenths of a second remaining on Tuesday evening, lifting the UMass Dartmouth men's basketball squad to a 91-88 victory over the visiting Husson Eagles.

Akcam's only three-point try broke an 88-88 tie that followed a nearly ten-minute Husson lead to close the second half. The Corsairs erased a nine-point lead in the last four minutes, capitalizing on free throws and a three-pointer from Abi Akanni to complete the comeback.

Following a made free-throw apiece from freshman Nick Portelance and Husson's Raheem Anderson, the Corsairs made the most of the last 10 seconds, as Akanni found Akcam in the corner.

Husson held a 43-42 lead in the first half, as the Eagles earned 15 points from their bench and saw 18 points from Anderson. Senior Jordan Rezendes was electric in the first stanza, dropping 21 points on 9-of-13 shooting and 3-of-4 from three point land. The first half saw seven lead changes, with UMD securing 13 points on nine Eagle turnovers.

UMass Dartmouth came out firing to begin the second half, scoring the first five points and regaining the lead for the first four minutes until Husson regained control. For the Eagles, Trevon Butler responded in a big way, scoring 21 points of his own in the second half after registering only a bucket in the first.

Rezendes led all scorers, finishing with 33 and a double-double as he added 10 assists. Anderson was close behind, scoring 30 points.

Portelance added 17 points with seven boards, while junior Jon Robinson added 13. Akanni led UMD with nine boards, while Rezendes, Portelance and junior Jahleel Moise all snagged seven.

Husson's Justin Martin led all players with 11 boards, adding eight points, while Butler finished with 23 points and juniors Zach Curran and Eli Itkin each scored nine.

The Corsairs will return after the holiday break, hitting the road for the first time as they travel to meet Worcester State on Tuesday, Dec. 1, while Husson is off until Tuesday, Dec. 1st when the Eagles host Maine-Farmington in a conference contest slated for a 7:30 PM tip-off.

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Re: Husson - men 2015-2016:

Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Dec 03, 2015 5:50 am

Husson to retire Bob Cimbollek’s jersey

BANGOR, Maine — Bob Cimbollek coached his high school basketball teams to five state titles, six Eastern Maine crowns and a 446-161 record in 29 seasons and was inducted into the New England Basketball Hall of Fame two years ago.

But it will be the honor he receives this Saturday when Husson University retires his No. 12 jersey that stands out.

“It’s the most meaningful award that I’ll ever receive, it’s quite different,” said Cimbollek, who coached at Fort Fairfield, Orono, Bangor and John Bapst.

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Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Dec 08, 2015 6:35 am

Butler and Anderson lead Eagles Past Mariners, 93-78 on Hall of Fame Weekend

BANGOR, Maine - Trevon Butler and Raheem Anderson each scored a game-high 30 points to lead the Eagles to a 93-78 victory over Maine Maritime Academy in the 5th annual Husson Sports Hall of Fame game and North Atlantic Conference (NAC) action on Saturday afternoon in Newman Gym.

Husson (3-1, 2-0 NAC) wins its second-straight game, while Maine Maritime (2-3, 1-1 NAC) drop their last 51 of 53 matchups to the Eagles and falls to 16-53 in the series.

The Mariners led by as much as six points with 11:32 remaining in the first half, but the Eagles went on a 7-0 run to build a 25-21 lead courtesy of 18 points from Butler and 15 from Anderson, while Tyler Norris chipped in nine points and entered the intermission with the 48-34 advantage.

Husson went on a 9-4 run to open up the second half and led 66-46 with 11:46 remaining. A three by Brendan Newcomb at 11:36, sparking a 9-0 run by the Mariners to close the gap to 66-55 with 10:30 left in the game, but only could cut the lead to 11 as the Eagles pulled away in the closing minutes of the game for the victory.

Butler led all players with nine boards, while Anderson chipped in with four rebounds and four assists. Norris contributed 11 points, seven boards and three steals. Zach Curran added 15 points to the Eagles offense to go along with his 5 rebounds, one steal and a game-high two blocks, while Darryl Wood scored five points off the bench.

Tyler Thayer led the Mariners with a career high 26 points and three rebounds, Newcomb added an impressive 25 points and five rebounds, and Tyler Gilson led the Mariners with seven rebounds, while adding 10 points and a block.

Husson recognized the university's 30th Sports Hall of Fame class (Shelby Bradford '10 (women's soccer, women's basketball, women's lacrosse), Adam Duplisea '08 (men's golf), Randy Fletcher '03 (men's basketball), Joey Melanson '00 (men's soccer), Shane Rogers '10 (football) and the 1995 Baseball Team) during halftime of the game for their accomplishments, athletic performances, leadership, and contributions to their teams while at Husson University and the retirement jersey ceremony of former men's basketball player and Husson Sports Hall of Famer Bob Cimbollek '59.

The Eagles will return to court on Tuesday, December 8th when they travel to Lewiston, Maine to face Bates College for an 8:00 p.m. non-conference game. Maine Maritime will also return to action on Tuesday, December 8th when they host Bowdoin College for a non-conference battle at 7:30 pm.

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Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Dec 10, 2015 7:51 am

Eagles lose to Bobcats, 86-67

LEWISTON, Maine - Mike Boornazian scored 26 points while 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 tied his season high, making 10 of 12 free throws and leading the Bobcats (3-2) with four assists. Malcolm Delpeche dunked four times en route to 13 points with 12 rebounds and three blocks, while Marcus Delpeche pitched in 12 points, 10 boards and two blocks. Jerome Darling 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 Britten 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.

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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Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Dec 12, 2015 8:11 am

Anderson & Butler lead Eagles Past Colby-Sawyer, 90-86 in Overtime

BANGOR, Maine – Raheem Anderson scored a game-high 35 points and Trevon Butler record his 12th career double-double to lead the Eagles to a 90-86 victory over Colby-Sawyer in overtime in North Atlantic Conference (NAC) action on Friday night in Newman Gym.

Husson (4-2, 3-0 NAC) wins its third-straight NAC game, while Colby-Sawyer (5-3, 1-2 NAC) drops its second conference game this season and falls to 6-7 in the series.

The Chargers took an 81-78 lead with 0:09 left in regulation, but a Anderson three-pointer eight seconds later wound up sending the game into the extra session.

After the two teams were tied at 81 at the end of regulation, a Tyler Norris three-pointer put the Eagles up early to open the extra session but a 5-0 run by the Chargers gave them an 86-84 lead with 1:32 left. 28 seconds later the Eagles responded with a jump shot by Anderson tying the game at 86-86 and a layup by Eli Itkin from a nice pass from Butler with 25 seconds left in the game put Husson up for good. Two free throws by Anderson in the closing seconds steal the 90-86 victory for Husson.

The Eagles took a 42-33 lead into the intermission and came out to start the second half on a 18-11 run before the Chargers went on a 19-2 run to regain the lead for the first time in the game since 13:20 left in the first half. Husson and Colby-Sawyer couldn't get more than a five-point lead the rest of way and the game remind tight down the stretch.

Anderson added seven rebounds, three assist and three steals, while Butler finished with 14 points, 12 rebounds, four assist, and one block. Norris contributed 18 points and Zach Curran added 12 to the Husson offense.

Wol Majong scored a team-high 21 points for the Chargers, while the reigning NAC Player of the Year, Peter Donato record his fourth double-double on the season with 17 points and 11 rebounds. Taylor Grande and Jake Maynard each chipped in with 11 points and Milani Hicks scored 19 points off the bench for Colby-Sawyer.

The Eagles will return the court tomorrow afternoon when they host New England College at 3:00 p.m. and the Chargers will trek down to Castine tomorrow to face Maine Maritime for a 3:00 p.m. game.

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Re: Husson - men 2015-2016:

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Jan 10, 2016 9:53 am

Eagles Win Seventh Straight Game over Mariners, 85-79

CASTINE, Maine – Husson University men's basketball defeated Maine Maritime Academy by a score of 85-79, in North Atlantic Conference (NAC) play, inside of Smith Gymnasium on Saturday afternoon.

Husson (7-3, 5-0) wins its fifth-straight league game, while Maine Maritime (3-8, 2-3) drops their last 52 of 54 matchups to the Eagles and falls to 16-54 in the series.

The two teams battled back-and-forth to start the game. The Eagles sank a three with 5:16 remaining in the first quarter to take a 30-28 lead. Husson closed out the final five minutes outscoring the Mariners 15-1 to take a 45-29 lead into the halftime.

Dylan Stevens nailed a pair of free throws with 15 minutes remaining in the game, sparking a seven-point run for the Mariners, cutting the deficit to 12. Tyler Thayer hit back-to-back free throws and Nick Judge hit a jump shot to bring the Mariners within four with a minute remaining.

Justin Martin answered for the Eagles with a jump shot of his own, but Brendan Newcomb splashed a three with 22 seconds to go, making it a three-point game. The Eagles were sharp from the line, making all six of their free throws in the final seconds of the game, to take the 85-79 victory.

Thayer led the Mariners with 23 points, six rebounds and three assists, Dylan Price added 15 points four rebounds, two assists and a steal and Stevens tallied 14 points, five assists and four rebounds. Judge ended the afternoon with 11 points off the bench, and Newcomb contributed 10 points, and a game-high seven assists.

Raheem Anderson led the Eagles with 18 points, Trevon Butler added a double-double of 17 points and a game-high 11 rebounds, Jordon Holmes pitched in with 13 points off the bench and Zach Curran rounded out the Husson players in double digits with 12 points.

Maine Maritime will return to action on Tuesday, January 12 when they travel to take on Maine-Farmington at 7:30 pm in a NAC matchup, while Husson will also return to the court on Tuesday, January 12 when they travel to Waterville to take on Thomas at 7:30 p.m. in a NAC matchup.

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Re: Husson - men 2015-2016:

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Jan 18, 2016 11:53 am

Eagles Cruise To Win Against Hornets, Now 8-0 in NAC Play

LYNDON CENTER, Vt. – The Lyndon State College men's basketball team had a tough night from the floor as they fell to Husson University 84-62 in North Atlantic Conference play Saturday afternoon at Stannard Gymnasium.

After shooting 49 percent from the field in last night's tilt against Maine Maritime, the Hornets struggled to find the bottom of the net despite open looks, hitting on only 26 percent of their shots.

The Hornets grabbed a 5-3 lead on a three from Raymond Monroe at the 17:23 mark but then went cold. The Eagles then went on a 13-0 run in less than four minutes. Xavier Colbert would knock down a free throw and a layup to end the Hornet drought momentarily.

Over the next seven minutes the Eagles would extend the lead out to their biggest of the half at 32-8 with 6:54 to play in the half. The Hornets slowly crept back and cut the lead to 10 before a three from Mitch Worcester at the end of the half sent the visitors into the break with a 40-27 advantage.

Held to eight points in the first half, Trevon Butler tallied 20 points in the second half to help the Eagles extend the lead again while Lyndon's shooting woes continued. The Eagles would take their biggest lead of the day, 78-49, at the 6:07 mark before the Hornet reserves went on a 13-6 run to end the game.

Colbert recorded his third double-double of the season, finishing with 18 points and 10 rebounds. Avery King (Pawtucket, R.I.) and Robbie Rouelle chipped in eight points apiece off the bench for Lyndon.

Butler finished the day with 28 points and five rebounds while Raheem Anderson added 13 points for the Eagles.

Lyndon (6-6, 4-4 NAC) travels to play Colby-Sawyer Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.

Husson (10-3, 8-0 NAC) hosts Castleton Friday for a 7:30 p.m. tip.
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