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Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Nov 15, 2015 9:17 am

New Paltz Defeats Saint Joseph's, 72-44

SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y.—The SUNY New Paltz women's basketball team outscored Saint Joseph's College (ME) 59-28 over the final three quarters en route to a 72-44 win in the 39th Skidmore Women's Basketball Invitational, Saturday afternoon at the Williamson Sports Center.

The Hawks improve to 2-0, while the Monks go to 1-1.

Kit Small led New Paltz with 15 points and 12 rebounds. Sydney Pinn tallied 14 points and pulled down seven boards and Laura Stuart added 10 points and 10 rebounds off the bench.

Kelsi McNamarra had a team-high eight points to go along with four rebounds for Saint Joseph's. Morgan Cahill had six points, nine rebounds and five blocks and Hannah Marks added seven points.

Trailing 16-13 after the first quarter, the Hawks rallied in the second, outscoring the Monks 22-10 to take a 35-26 lead into the half.
New Paltz pulled away with 25 points in the third quarter while holding Saint Joseph's to just eight. The fourth quarter was closely contested, but the Monks could not fight their way back, as the Hawks cruised to the 72-44 win.

New Paltz shot 25-for-76 (32.9%) from the field and 4-for-27 from three, while Saint Joseph's was 14-for-63 from (22.2%) from the floor, going 6-for-20 (30.0%) from 3-point range. The Hawks owned a 66-39 edge in rebounds, including a 28-13 edge on the offensive glass.



39th SKIDMORE WOMEN'S BASKETBALL INVITATIONAL ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM

Kelly Donnelly - Skidmore
Sydney Pinn – New Paltz
Chelsi Scott, Wellesley
Morgan Cahill – Saint Joseph's
Amber Holgate - Skidmore

Most Outstanding Player
Kit Small – New Paltz


COURTESY OF SKIDMORE COLLEGE SPORTS INFORMATION

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Postby Tom Nolette » Fri Nov 20, 2015 4:15 am

Monks Topple Eagles in Home-Opener, 79-61

STANDISH, Maine – The Saint Joseph's College (2-1) women's basketball team defeated Husson University (0-1), 79-61, in what was the Monks' 2015-16 home-opener at the Harold Alfond Center on Thursday night.

THE LEAD

The Monks trailed by as many as seven points early in the first quarter, but closed out the first frame with a 17-7 scoring run, claiming a lead that would not be relinquished for the remainder of the contest.

LEADERS – SAINT JOSEPH'S

Senior center Morgan Cahill (Yarmouth, Maine) netted a game-high 28 points with six rebounds and four assists and drained 10 of 11 free throw attempts on the evening
Freshman guard Kelsi McNamara (West Newbury, Mass.) tallied 18 points, six assists, three boards and a pair of steals
Sophomore guard Emily Quirion (Augusta, Maine) scored 11 points off a 4-6 shooting effort, including a 3-4 performance from beyond the arc
LEADERS – HUSSON

Kenzie Worcester (Washburn, Maine) paced the Eagles with 13 points and added four assists and three caroms in the loss
Chandler Guerrette (Presque Isle, Maine) added 12 points with four dimes and four boards
Victoria McIntyre (Mars Hill, Maine) chipped in with 10 points and a game-high nine rebounds
FIRST QUARTER

Husson sophomore Kylie Richards (Corinna, Maine) opened the game scoring with a pair of free throws 1:14 into play
The Monks' first bucket at home this season was scored by sophomore Brianne Maloney (South Portland, Maine), who knotted the game with a layup off an Emily Kehoe (Perkinsville, Vt.) pass 20 seconds later
Trailing 5-4 after SJC freshman Hannah Marks (Waldoboro, Maine) netted a three-pointer at the 5:14 mark, the Eagles mounted an 8-0 run, which was capped by a Worcester layup at 1:20 later, to secure a 12-5 lead
A trio of freshmen helped the hosts jump back into play, as Marks, McNamara, Emily Benway (Rochester, N.H.) and Julia Champagne (Brunswick, Maine) all scored to knot the contest at 16-16 with 1:38 left in the first quarter
The Eagles countered with a three-pointer from Guerrette, but Cahill connected on a layup and McNamara made a pair of shots to make it a 22-19 game heading into the second stanza
SECOND QUARTER

Saint Joseph's began the second quarter with a 10-2 scoring outburst as Cahill accounted for all the offense during the stretch, which saw the hosts claim a 32-21 cushion with 6:35 before the break
The Eagles answered with a 17-6 run of their own, cutting the Monks' lead down to 38-36, a score that stood heading into intermission
THIRD QUARTER

Husson tied the contest at 38-38 on their second possession of the third period, as McIntyre tapped in a layup off a Worcester feed with 8:54 left in the third
St. Joe's proceeded to post a 13-3 run, with Cahill capping the surge with a layup off a McNamara pass, making it a 51-41 game with 4:49 left third quarter
The Eagles cut their deficit down to single digits with a Maegan True (Holden, Maine) bucket 21 seconds later, but the Monks outscored the visitors by a 10-2 during the remainder of the third frame, as Cahill closed the run with a traditional three-point play, which lifted the hosts to a 61-45 lead heading into the final stanza
FOURTH QUARTER

Saint Joseph's proceeded to hold no less than a 14-point cushion for the remainder of the contest
The Monks held a game-high 22-point lead (78-56) when junior guard Abbie Eastman (Norway, Maine) made a pair of freebies at the 2:28 mark
TEAM STATS

Rebounding (OFF-DEF): Saint Joseph's 32 (7-25), Husson 30 (9-21)

Assists: Saint Joseph's 23, Husson 19

Turnovers: Husson 23, Saint Joseph's 18

Steals: Saint Joseph's 10, Husson 7

FG%: Saint Joseph's 50% (27-54), Husson 40.4% (21-52)

3FG%: Saint Joseph's 46.7% (7-15), Husson 35% (7-20)

FT%: Saint Joseph's 85.7% (18-21), Husson 60% (12-20)

Points off TO's: Saint Joseph's 21, Husson 14

Points in the paint: Saint Joseph's 32, Husson 20

Second chance points: Saint Joseph's 8, Husson 4

Bench points: Saint Joseph's 31, Husson 11

HISTORICALLY SPEAKING

With the victory, Saint Joseph's improves to 39-31 all-time versus Husson University, a team the Monks defeated by an 82-78 margin in double-overtime in Bangor last season.

NEXT!

Saint Joseph's plays at Maine Maritime Academy in a 1:00 PM start on Saturday while Husson is off until Tuesday, December 1st when the Eagles host Maine-Farmington in a conference contest slated for a 5:30 PM tip-off.

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Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Nov 22, 2015 8:33 am

Monks Blow Past Mariners, 75-55

CASTINE, Maine – Saint Joseph's College (3-1) toppled Maine Maritime Academy (1-2), 75-55, in a non-conference women's basketball contest on Saturday afternoon

THE LEAD

Saint Joseph's led from wire to wire and opened the contest with 12-2 run, as senior center Morgan Cahill (Yarmouth, Maine) capped the outbreak with a traditional three-point play at the 3:26 mark. The Monks held a 42-18 advantage at halftime and a game-high 29-point cushion (57-28) after junior guard Emily Kehoe (Perkinsville, Vt.) netted a pair of free throws at the 2:03 mark of the third quarter.

LEADERS – SAINT JOSEPH'S

Cahill tallied 15 points with six rebounds and three assists
Freshman guard Kelsi McNamara (West Newbury, Mass.) was 4-6 from three-point distance en route to scoring 15 points with a pair of steals
Sophomore point guard Emily Quirion (Augusta, Maine) added 12 points
Sophomore forward Brianne Maloney (South Portland, Maine) chipped in with seven points, two rebounds and a pair of steals
LEADERS – MAINE MARITIME

Freshman guard Alayne Felix (Mahopac, N.Y.) netted a game-high 22 points – 20 in the second half – with four boards in the loss
Bekah Campbell (Corinth, Maine) added six points off the bench
Tess Clark (Spring, Texas) added five points and three rebounds
NOTEWORTHY

The Monks attempted 36 free throws against the Mariners, the most by an SJC team in a single game since St. Joe's recorded 44 freebie attempts against Johnson & Wales University on January 21st, 2013
TEAM STATS

Saint Joseph's shot 44% (22-50) from the field, 36.4% (8-22) from three-point land and 63.9% (23-36) from the free throw line. Maine Maritime posted a 42.9% (21-49) effort from the floor with a 22.2% (4-18) mark from downtown and a 52.9% (9-17) performance from the charity stripe.

The Monks held advantages in rebounds (29-27), steals (8-4), turnovers (17-24), points off turnovers (23-14) and bench points (23-21) while the Mariners owned a 16-11 edge in assists on the afternoon.

HISTORICALLY SPEAKING

With the win, Saint Joseph's improves to 8-4 in the history of the series with Maine Maritime Academy and has now defeated the Mariners in five-consecutive meetings dating back to the 2010-11 campaign.

Tonight's point total versus Maine Maritime is the most posted by St. Joe's in the 12-game series with the Mariners while the 20-point margin of victory is the third-highest and largest since SJC toppled MMA by a 67-27 tally on February 1st, 2000.

NEXT!

Saint Joseph's plays at Maine-Farmington at 5:30 PM on Monday while the Mariners kick off North Atlantic Conference play with a home contest versus Thomas College on Tuesday, December 1st at 5:30 PM.

The Monks are 39-29 all-time against the Beavers and have defeated UMF in five-straight meetings dating back to the 2010-11 season. St. Joe's cruised past Maine-Farmington last winter, besting the Beavers by a 69-37 margin at home on November 24th.

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Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Nov 24, 2015 6:07 am

Women's Basketball: Saint Joseph's roars back against UMF

FARMINGTON — Saint Joseph’s College rallied from an 11-point, second-quarter deficit to take a 62-54 win Monday night over the University of Maine at Farmington in an NCAA Division III women’s non-conference basketball game at Dearborn Gymnasium.

Struggling offensively, the Monks (4-1) went on a 10-2 tear late in the second quarter to cut the Beavers' (1-3) lead to 28-25 at halftime. Kelsi McNamara’s (10 points) lay-up and 3-pointer, coupled with four points from teammate Emily Quirion, helped narrow the gap.

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Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Nov 30, 2015 5:56 am

Freshman sparks St. Joseph’s to victory
Kelsi McNamara scores 35 points as the Monks earn a women's basketball win.

STANDISH — Kelsi McNamara scored 35 points to lead Saint Joseph’s College to a 74-67 non-conference women’s basketball win over the University of Southern Maine on Sunday at the Harold Alfond Center.

“To have a freshman who steps up in a game like this and performs like that is pretty special,” said Saint Joseph’s Coach Mike McDevitt.

McNamara, a freshman, was 9 of 18 shooting, including 6 for 8 from 3-point range, and was 11 for 12 from the free-throw line. She also had four assists and three rebounds.

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Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Dec 01, 2015 5:09 am

Women Top Southern Maine, Claim Costello Cup

STANDISH, Maine – Freshman guard Kelsi McNamara (West Newbury, Mass.) netted 35 points to help lift Saint Joseph's College (5-1) past University of Southern Maine (2-3), 74-67, in a non-conference women's basketball contest at the Harold Alfond Center on Sunday evening.

THE LEAD

Trailing by nine, 24-15, with 6:40 remaining in the second quarter, McNamara netted 13 points during an 18-0 run which saw the Monks claim a 33-24 advantage after the freshman standout nailed a pair of free throws four minutes later. Saint Joseph's held a 35-29 advantage at intermission and maintained at least a share of the lead for the remainder of the game, as the Huskies tied the tilt on three occasions in the third quarter but could not secure the lead.

COSTELLO CUP

With the victory, Saint Joseph's claims the Costello Cup, which is presented annually to the winner of the contest between the rivals and honors the late Dr. Richard "Doc" Costello, former USM Athletic Director and long-time basketball coach. The win is the Monks' first over Southern Maine since November 27th, 2011 when the Monks tipped the Huskies at the Alfond Center, 67-62 in overtime.

Southern Maine maintains a 22-5 record versus the Monks during the Cup matchup, which began during the 1989-90 campaign. For St. Joe's, tonight's 74-point tally is the second-highest scored by the Royal Blue in Costello Cup play and most since falling 96-82 in the first-ever Cup contest in 1989.

LEADERS – SAINT JOSEPH'S

McNamara was 9-18 from the field, 6-8 from three-point range and 11-12 from the free-throw line with four assists and three rebounds
McNamara's 35 points is the third-highest total in program history and the most scored by an SJC women's basketball player since Sharon Rines '94 netted 36 against Georgian Court on January 8th, 1994 – Linda Johnson '81 owns the Monks' single-game scoring record with 49 points (Maine-Machias – 2/25/78)
Sophomore guard Emily Quirion (Augusta, Maine) added 15 points with four boards and a pair of assists
Senior center Morgan Cahill (Yarmouth, Maine) added six points, eight caroms and four blocked shots
Junior guard Abbie Eastman (Norway, Maine) registered six assists
Junior guard Emily Kehoe (Perkinsville, Vt.) chipped in with six points, five boards and three steals
LEADERS – SOUTHERN MAINE

Senior forward Megan Pelletier (Winslow, Maine) led the Huskies with 18 points and nine rebounds
Senior forward Ella Ramonas (Portland, Maine/Deering) added 13 points with seven boards
Senior Gretchen Anderson (Kittery Point, Maine) contributed 11 points with four helpers
Sophomore guard Kristie McNall (Wakefield, Mass.) came off the bench to score nine points off a 6-6 free-throw shooting effort
Freshman guard Alexa Srolovitz (Montreal, Quebec) also came off the bench to tally six points and six assists

NOTEWORTHY

Saint Joseph's connected on a season-high 26 free throws on 32 attempts…Southern Maine held considerable advantages in both points in the paint (28-16) and bench points (22-9).

TEAM STATS

Saint Joseph's shot 37.7% (20-53) from the floor, 57.1% (8-14) from three-point distance and 81.3% (26-32) from the free throw line while Southern Maine posted shooting efforts of 39.7% (23-58), 36% (9-25) and 75% (12-16) from the field, beyond the arc and the charity stripe, respectively.

The Monks owned advantages in rebounds (42-30), steals (8-6), points off turnovers (22-19) and second-chance points (14-8).

NEXT!

Saint Joseph's faces University of Maine-Fort Kent in the Colby College Invitational Tournament at 6:00 PM on Saturday. Southern Maine hosts nationally-ranked Bowdoin College at 7:30 PM on Tuesday.

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Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Dec 08, 2015 6:42 am

Monks Fight Past Bengals, 66-53

WATERVILLE, Maine -- Saint Joseph's College held University of Maine at Fort Kent to just two points in the final 7:33 of the fourth quarter to turn a close game into a 66-53 victory on the second day of the Colby College Women's Basketball Classic on Saturday at Wadsworth Gymnasium.

Saint Joseph's moves to 6-1 and will take on Colby on Sunday at 1 p.m. in what is now a championship game in the three-team tourney. The Mules beat Maine-Fort Kent on Friday night.

Saturday's game featured a terrific match-up between centers Morgan Cahill of Saint Joseph's and Ericka Saucier of Maine-Fort Kent (8-2). Cahill had a game-high 21 points on 9-for-17 shooting, 10 rebounds, four blocked shots, two assists, and two steals. Saucier also had a double-double with 16 points and 15 rebounds (12 defensive).

The Bengals led Saint Joseph's for a good portion of the game despite having just seven players suited up. Maine-Fort Kent took a 51-50 lead when Samantha Carapellucci hit one free throw with 7:33 left in the game. The Monks, however, went on a 16-2 run to end the contest.

Kelsi McNamara finished with 16 points and hit four 3-point shots for Saint Joseph's. Emily Benway was 5-for-9 from the field for 12 points and seven rebounds, while Emily Quirion had eight points and four assists. Abbie Eastman had five assists and five boards.

Romanalyn Inocencio had 14 points and four assists for UMFK. Carapellucci also had a double-double with 11 points and 10 rebounds, while Danielle Carrillo had seven points and four assists.

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Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Dec 12, 2015 8:17 am

Monks Nip Bobcats, 61-54

LEWISTON, Maine -- Morgan Cahill led the way with 27 points, 16 rebounds, three assists and three blocked shots as Saint Joseph's College defeated the Bates College women's basketball team 61-54 in a non-conference game Thursday night at Alumni Gymnasium.

Cahill made 13-of-16 shots from the field and grabbed 15 of her rebounds off the defensive glass, leading St. Joe's (7-2) to a 41-38 rebounding advantage. The senior center totaled nine points and eight rebounds as St. Joe's outscored Bates 19-12 in the third quarter, the only period in the game with more than a one-point difference between the teams.

The Monks shot 53.3 percent from the field in the second half and 45.9% for the game, despite missing all 12 of their three-point attempts.

Allie Coppola had a team-high 13 points with nine rebounds for Bates (2-6), while Nina Davenport contributed her first double-double of the season with 11 points and 11 rebounds (all on the defensive glass).

The Monks got out to a 14-6 lead with 2:34 left in the first quarter, with Cahill scoring six points and Kelsi McNamara netting four, but Bates finished the period with a 7-0 run, sparked by a Davenport three. Bates took its first lead on a jumper by Bernadette Connors that made it 18-16 with 5:38 to go in the half, and another Davenport three made it 21-16. The Monks tied it up at 25-25 by intermission, with Cahill contributing 10 points and seven rebounds to the Monks' cause and Davenport totaling six points and seven boards.

With 7:00 to go in the third quarter, Cahill sank a jumper. The Monks made two defensive stops before Cahill converted a three-point play for a 34-28 advantage. Cahill scored two more buckets in the period to offset seven free throws made in a row by Bates, for a 44-37 lead after three periods.

Brianne Maloney's three-point play opened the scoring in the final period and gave the Monks a 10-point advantage, and the sophomore forward later assisted a layup by Emily Kehoe that gave St. Joe's a 59-46 lead with 4:17 left. A 3-pointer by Bates senior Chelsea Nason cut the lead down to single digits again, and a layup by Coppola in the closing seconds made it a 61-54 final.

Bates was held to 30.4% shooting from the field for the game, including 18.2% (4-22) from beyond the arc.

Bates is out of action until Jan. 2, when the Bobcats host Bowdoin in a non-conference game. St. Joe's will play at Fisher College on Saturday at noon.

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Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Jan 10, 2016 9:58 am

Monks Fly Past Falcons, 83-71

STANDISH, Maine – Saint Joseph's College (9-3, 1-0 GNAC) topped Albertus Magnus College (6-6, 0-2 GNAC), 83-71, in a Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) women's basketball contest at the Harold Alfond Center on Saturday afternoon. Freshman guard Kelsi McNamara (West Newbury, Mass.) led all scorers with 25 points in what was the Monks' 2015-16 conference opener.

THE LEAD

The Monks picked up their first GNAC victory of the season with the help of a solid effort from the bench, as Brianne Maloney (South Portland, Maine), Norma Waggett (Saugus, Mass.) and Hannah Marks (Waldoboro, Maine) paced a strong second unit by netting 25 points, collectively.

The conference counterparts played close in the early going, but the Monks started the second stanza with a 16-4 run and held a 33-22 cushion with 5:59 (69-52) before the break. St. Joe's maintained a 43-36 lead at intermission and owned a game-high 17-point advantage with four seconds left the fourth quarter.

The Falcons did not go down easily, however, as the visitors rallied with a late 12-4 outbreak to cut the hosts' lead to 79-71 with 59 seconds remaining. Saint Joseph's managed to hold off the visitors as senior Morgan Cahill (Yarmouth, Maine) hit a layup and McNamara netted a pair of freebies in the closing 10 seconds to account for the 83-71 final.

LEADERS – SAINT JOSEPH'S

Cahill added 14 points with six rebounds and a pair of steals
Maloney tallied 11 points and five caroms
Waggett produced seven points and five rebounds in 14 minutes off the bench
Marks netted seven points with a trio of boards
Freshman Emily Benway (Rochester, N.H.) contributed four points with a team-high seven rebounds
LEADERS – ALBERTUS MAGNUS

Senior Kelsey Pendagast (Shelton, Conn.) notched a double-double with 17 points and 10 rebounds
Sophomore Olivia Bolden (South Windsor, Conn.) scored 18 points with six boards
Junior Liz Falcigno (Wallingford, Conn.) chipped in with 17 points, four caroms, three assists and two steals
TEAM STATS

Saint Joseph's shot 43.9% (29-66) from the floor, 40% (8-20) from three-point distance and 73.9% (17-23) from the free-throw line. Albertus Magnus shot 38.7% (24-62) overall, 26.7% (4-15) from downtown and 61.3% (19-31) from the FT line.

The Monks held slight advantages in rebounds (44-41), assists (15-14), turnovers (10-11) and points in the paint (36-32) while the Falcons led in points off turnovers (16-13) and second-chance points (19-16) on the afternoon.

NOTEWORTHY

For the Monks, today's victory is just the team's third since 2003 when allowing an opponent to score 70 or more points (in regulation)…St. Joe's is 3-52 over the last 13 seasons when foes reach the 70-point barrier…the Monks' last win when an opponent scored over 70 points: February 27th, 2014 when Saint Joseph's topped Rivier University, 79-72, in a GNAC Tournament Semifinal at the Alfond Center…the team record for most points allowed in a victory came in a 103-97 triumph over Colby College on February 26th, 1991.

HISTORICALLY SPEAKING

With the victory, Saint Joseph's remains undefeated – with a perfect 11-0 record – in the history of the series with Albertus Magnus College.

NEXT!

Both teams return to play on Tuesday, when Saint Joseph's hosts in-state rival Colby College at 7:00 PM and Albertus Magnus faces University of Saint Joseph in a GNAC game slated to start at 7:00 PM.

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Re: Saint Joseph's College women 2015-2016:

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Jan 18, 2016 12:08 pm

Monks Topple Lasers, 64-34

NEWTON, Mass. – Saint Joseph's College (11-3, 2-0 GNAC) routed Lasell College (8-7, 1-2 GNAC), 64-34, in Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) women's basketball action on Saturday afternoon. Senior center Morgan Cahill (Yarmouth, Maine) registered the 31st double-double of her career with 20 points and 15 boards in the convincing victory.

THE LEAD

The Monks led from wire to wire in the conference contest and all but put the game away by outscoring the Lasers by an 18-7 margin in the second quarter as the visitors carried a 28-14 cushion into intermission.

St. Joe's claimed a game-high 35-point advantage when sophomore guard Emily Quirion (Augusta, Maine) and freshman guard Hannah Marks (Waldoboro, Maine) drained three-pointers on consecutive possessions to push the Monks to a 60-25 lead with 4:09 remaining.

LEADERS – SAINT JOSEPH'S

Freshman guard Kelsi McNamara (West Newbury, Mass.) tallied 10 points, four assists and three steals
Sophomore forward Norma Waggett (Saugus, Mass.) netted 10 points with six rebounds in 19 minutes off the bench
Freshman forward Emily Benway (Rochester, N.H.) pulled down nine rebounds
Quirion contributed six points and four boards
Marks chipped in with six points and a pair of caroms
LEADERS – LASELL

Katie Stopera (Hollis, N.H.) totaled six points, nine rebounds and two assists
Deanna Barrett (Berlin, Conn.) added six points and five boards
Sherilyn Small (Springfield, Mass.) chipped in with six points and three caroms
TEAM STATS

Saint Joseph's shot 32.9% (24-73) from the floor, 25% (5-20) from three-point distance and 68.8% (11-16) from the free throw line while Lasell posted efforts of 23.3% (14-60), 13.6% (3-22) and 60% (3-5) from the field, three-point range and the FT line, respectively, on the afternoon.

St. Joe's held advantages in rebounds (57-42), assists (11-9), steals (12-2), turnovers (10-18), points off turnovers (16-5), points in the paint (32-14), second-chance points (20-4) and bench points (25-15) in the victory.

NOTEWORTHY

All 16 of the Monks' healthy players logged time in today's victory…Cahill, who entered the game with 299 free throws made, went 4-4 from the FT line and became the fourth player in program history to make at least 300 career freebies…the game started 25 minutes late as Saint Joseph's was delayed due to difficult travel conditions.

NEXT

Saint Joseph's hosts Suffolk University (9-6, 1-1 GNAC) at 1:00 PM on Monday while Lasell faces off against Norwich University (9-7, 2-2 GNAC) at home on Tuesday at 5:30 PM.

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