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Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Nov 15, 2015 9:19 am

Chargers Bolt Past Monks, 84-72

BIDDEFORD, Maine – Colby-Sawyer College had all five of its starters in double figures en route to an 84-72 victory over Saint Joseph's College of Maine in the championship game of the 2015 Ramada Roundball Invitational hosted by the University of New England.

Tournament Most Valuable Player Wol Majong (Manchester, N.H.) scored 19 points to pace the Colby-Sawyer (2-0) offense. He added eight assists and seven rebounds. All-Tournament selection Peter Donato (Portland, Maine) supported with 18 points (8-14 FGA) and six rebounds. Cam Meservey (Bedford, N.H.) scored 12 points, while Taylor Grande (Bedford, N.H.) and Jake Maynard (Shelburne, Vt.) added 11 apiece.

For the Monks (1-1), Craig Luschenat (Boston, Mass.) tallied a game-high 20 points. He was 8-for-10 from the floor, including a 4-for-6 effort from beyond the arc. All-Tournament picks Andrew Ruffen (Salem, N.H.) and John Crawley (Fitchburg, Mass.) scored 16 and 15 points, respectively.

Leading 16-15 midway through the first half, the Chargers went on a 14-1 run over the next six minutes to seize control. Colby-Sawyer would take a 40-31 lead into the break.

Colby-Sawyer, which shot 53.3 percent after intermission, led by as many as 19 (72-53) in the second half.

St. Joe's shot a solid 50 percent for the game but was hampered by 20 turnovers.

Both teams return to action with non-conference home games next week. Colby-Sawyer hosts Regis Tuesday at 7 p.m., and the Monks will entertain rival Husson University Thursday at 7:30 p.m.

All-Tournament Team
Majong, CSC - MVP
Donato, CSC
Ruffen, SJC
Crawley, SJC
Thompson, UNE
Kruger, HC


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Postby Tom Nolette » Fri Nov 20, 2015 4:16 am

Husson Surges Past Saint Joseph’s, 81-73

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
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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 is off until Tuesday, December 1st when the Eagles the Beavers in a conference match-up beginning at 7:30 PM

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Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Nov 24, 2015 6:05 am

St. Joe's holds off UMF charge

FARMINGTON — St. Joseph’s held off a late University of Maine at Farmington surge to take a 60-56 NCAA Division III non-conference men’s basketball win on Monday night in Dearborn Gymnasium.

An eight-point run to close the first half guided the Monks (2-1) to their first road win of the season, using key outside shooting to maintain the advantage until the final minute of the game.

“UMF did a good job getting us out of synch,” St. Joe’s coach Rob Sanicola said. “They got us out of rhythm and made a nice run at the end.”

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Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Dec 01, 2015 5:10 am

Monks Hold Off Huskies, Reclaim Costello Cup, 71-66

STANDISH, Maine – Saint Joseph's College (3-2) tipped University of Southern Maine (4-2), 71-66, in non-conference men's basketball action at the Harold Alfond Center on Sunday evening.

THE LEAD

The Monks trailed by 11 points – 31-20 – with 7:43 remaining in the first half, but the hosts outscored the visitors by a 21-7 margin leading up to intermission, as senior guard Jerome Diggs (Washington, D.C.) drained a deep buzzer-beater to make it a 41-38 game at the break.

Saint Joseph's tied the game on six occasions in the second stanza before finally securing the lead for good when junior Andrew Ruffen (Salem, N.H.) dropped a three-pointer off a Quinn Richardson-Newton (Saco, Maine) pass, making it a 65-62 contest with 3:48 remaining. The Monks went 4-4 from the FT line in the closing 12 seconds to hold off the Huskies, who stayed in contention until the final buzzer rang.

COSTELLO CUP

With the win, Saint Joseph's reclaims the Costello Cup, which is presented annually to the winner of the contest between the rivals, for the first time since the 2012-13 season and 16th time in the 27-game history of the Cup series, which began during the 1989-90 campaign. The Costello Cup is named in honor of the late Dr. Richard "Doc" Costello, former USM Athletic Director and long-time basketball coach.

LEADERS – SAINT JOSEPH'S

Junior guard John Crawley (Fitchburg, Mass.) led all scorers with 19 points while making three of four three-point attempts and added six rebounds
Richardson-Newton tallied 14 points off a 5-8 shooting effort and pulled down nine caroms
Ruffen netted 14 with eight boards and four assists
Freshman guard Ian Mileikis (Auburn, Maine) added eight points, five rebounds and two helpers
Diggs produced seven points with two rebounds and a pair of dimes
LEADERS – SOUTHERN MAINE

Senior guard Cole Libby (Buxton, Maine) led the Huskies with 18 points with three steals and three boards
Senior guard Jose Novchanthavong (Westbrook, Maine) tallied 14 points with four boards and five assists
Junior guard Zach Leal (York, Maine) was 6-8 from the field and totaled 12 points with four helpers
Junior forward Atencio Martin (Kittery, Maine) posted a double-double with 10 points and 11 caroms
NOTEWORTHY

The Huskies shot 54.8% (17-31) from the floor in the first half but managed to shot just 27.8% (10-36), including a 3-15 (20%) effort from three-point distance, in the second stanza.

TEAM STATS

Saint Joseph's shot 48% (24-50) from the field, 44.4% (8-18) from three-point range and 68.2% (15-22) from the free throw line while Southern Maine countered by shooting 40.3% (27-67) from the floor, 27.6% (8-29) from downtown and 66.7% (4-6) from the charity stripe.

The Monks owned advantages in rebounds (38-32), assists (15-14) and bench points (13-8) while the Huskies led in points off turnovers (10-6), points in paint (28-26) and second chance points (12-7).

NEXT!

Both teams resume play on Tuesday night, when Saint Joseph's hosts conference-rival Emmanuel College in a 7:00 PM start and Southern Maine hosts Bowdoin College at 5:30 PM.

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Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Dec 02, 2015 5:55 am

SJC Men Fall to Emmanuel, 58-37

STANDISH, Maine – Emmanuel College (1-3, 1-0 GNAC) toppled Saint Joseph's College (3-3, 0-1 GNAC), 58-37, in what was the Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) season-opener for both teams at the Harold Alfond Center on Tuesday night.

THE LEAD

The Monks owned a 15-9 lead after freshman Marc Corey (Londonderry, N.H.) drained a three-pointer off a Darian Berry (Rochester, N.H.) pass eight minutes in, but the Saints managed to outscore Saint Joseph's by a 19-8 margin over the remainder of the first half en route to securing a 28-23 cushion going into intermission.

St. Joe's failed to find the flow in the second stanza as Emmanuel opened frame with a 16-3 run, which was capped by a Kyle Davis (Groveland, Mass.) layup to make it a 44-26 game with 12:43 remaining.

LEADERS – SAINT JOSEPH'S

Berry was 3-4 from the floor and led the Monks with seven points
Sophomore Quinn Richardson-Newton (Saco, Maine) added six points and five rebounds
LEADERS – EMMANUEL

Senior forward John Clay (Westport, Mass.) came off the bench to score a game-high 18 points off a 7-10 shooting effort and added seven boards
Davis notched a double-double with 14 points and 11 rebounds
Sophomore guard Colin Cordero (Bolton, Conn.) posted nine points, five caroms and four assists
Junior guard Kyle Smith (Los Angeles, Calif.) added five points, seven boards and seven assists
TEAM STATS

Saint Joseph's shot 31.8% (14-44) from the floor, 38.5% (5-13) from beyond the arc and 57.1% (4-7) from the free throw line in the loss. Emmanuel shot 37.9% (22-58) from the field, 43.8% (7-16) from three-point distance and 50% (7-14) from the charity stripe on the evening.

The Saints held advantages in rebounds (39-31), assists (17-12), steals (12-3), turnovers (10-19), points off turnovers (21-5), second chance points (12-4), points in the paint (24-14) and bench points (21-14).

NOTEWORTHY

In tonight's loss, the Monks registered the second-fewest points scored in a game in program history as well as the fewest field goals made (14) since the 2003-04 season…Saint Joseph's scored just 14 points in the second half – the second-fewest produced in a half in team history…St. Joe's is now 153-13 all-time when allowing 60 or fewer points with just six losses in such scenarios since the turn of the century.

HISTORICALLY SPEAKING

With the loss, Saint Joseph's falls to 15-3 in the history of the series with Emmanuel College, a team the Monks had defeated in six-consecutive meetings dating back to the 2012-13 campaign.

NEXT!

Saint Joseph's hosts GNAC-rival Anna Maria College at 1:00 PM on Saturday while Emmanuel returns to action Thursday with a 7:00 PM home contest versus reigning GNAC Champion Albertus Magnus College.

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Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Dec 08, 2015 6:40 am

AMCATS Top Monks in GNAC Play, 73-62

STANDISH, Maine – Anna Maria College (5-3, 2-1 GNAC) defeated Saint Joseph's College (3-4, 0-2 GNAC), 73-62, in a Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) men's basketball contest at the Harold Alfond Center on Saturday afternoon.

THE LEAD

The Monks held the lead for the better part of the first half and owned a 26-22 advantage after senior guard Davis Tucker (High Point, N.C.) made layups on consecutive SJC possessions with 3:50 before the break. The hosts' cushion was quickly negated however, as the visiting AMCATS netted four three-pointers to account for the majority of a 14-2 run, which lapsed the final three minutes of the opening frame and saw the visitors carry a 28-36 lead going into intermission.

Anna Maria proceeded to lead by as many as 18 points in the second stanza and managed to hold off several of the Monks' promising comeback efforts en route to picking up their second conference win of the season.

LEADERS – SAINT JOSEPH'S

Junior guard John Crawley (Fitchburg, Mass.) netted a game-and-career-high 24 points while connecting on five of six shots from three-point distance
Freshman guard Ian Mileikis (Auburn, Maine) was 7-8 from the field with a career-high 18 points
Tucker provided a spark off the bench with six points and three rebounds
Freshman guard Ben Malloy (Standish, Maine) contributed six points and four rebounds
LEADERS – ANNA MARIA

Senior guard Tyler Delorey (Worcester, Mass.) paced four AMCATS in double figures with 17 points off a 5-9 three-point shooting effort and added seven boards and four assists
Junior guard David Jean-Louis (Miramar, Fla.) netted 14 points
Graduate student Corey Pryor (Northbridge, Mass.) left the bench to score 12 points off a 5-8 shooting performance
Senior forward Pedro Trindade (Billerica, Mass.) tallied 11 points and six caroms
Senior forward Kyle McKissick (Charlton, Mass.) pulled down a game-high 13 rebounds
TEAM STATS

Saint Joseph's shot 41.2% (21-51) from the field, 30.4% (7-23) from three-point distance and 68.4% (13-19) from the free throw line. Anna Maria posted percentages of 46.6% (27-58), 38.5% (10-26) and 50% (9-18) from the floor, beyond the arc and the charity stripe in the victory.

The AMCATS held advantages in rebounding (40-30), assists (19-15) and points off turnovers (23-7) while both teams netted 24 points in the paint and the Monks owned a 20-19 edge in bench points on the afternoon.

HISTORICALLY SPEAKING

With the loss, Saint Joseph's falls to 8-8 in the history of the series with Anna Maria College and has now lost three straight at the hands of the AMCATS, a losing string that began last season. Since joining the GNAC in 2011, Anna Maria owns an 8-2 record versus Saint Joseph's.

NEXT!

The Monks return to the court on Tuesday when the team travels to Newton, Massachusetts for a conference contest versus Mount Ida College. Tip-off is slated for 7:00 PM.

Anna Maria if off until Wednesday, December 30th when the AMCATS face Trinity College in the first of two games in the Trinity Holiday Invitational. The non-conference tilt begins at 5:00 PM.

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Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Dec 10, 2015 7:55 am

Mustangs Race Past Monks, 77-46

NEWTON, Mass. – Mount Ida College (5-3, 1-2 GNAC) defeated Saint Joseph's College (3-5, 0-3 GNAC), 77-46, in a Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) men's basketball contest on Tuesday night.

The Mustangs held the Monks to just fifteen points in the first half and just five points in the final 10:21 of the half while scoring 21 points themselves to take a 33-15 lead into the break.

Five Mount Ida players hit double figures in the game, led by sophomore point guard Joey DeFilippi (Bristol, Conn.), who tallied game-highs with 18 points, four assists and three steals. Patrick McKearney (Avon, Conn.) notched his third straight double-double with 11 points and 12 rebounds, helping the Mustangs to a 47-33 edge on the glass.

The Monks are still in search of their first conference win despite a 16 point effort from junior John Crawley (Fitchburg, Mass.).

Two layups from McKearney and a three-pointer by DeFillippi helped Mount Ida open up a 7-0 lead and they would never trail in the contest. The Monks got on the board with back to back points from Ian Mileikis (Auburn, Maine), who scored eight points and was perfect from the floor (2-2) and the free-throw line (4-4).

A low scoring first half saw the Mustangs with a 12-10 lead at the midway point of the period before another triple by DeFillippi, who was 4-6 from downtown, sparked a 21-5 run that included two three-pointers by Jayson Clark (Austin, Texas), who had 15 points and four assists in the game.

Ethan Dujon (Warwick, R.I.) had 13 points for the Mustangs, who shot 45.8% in the game, including 54.1% in the second half. In his first action as a Mustang, freshman Reilly Miller (Chicopee, Mass.) scored 12 points, ten of them in the second half, where Mount Ida allowed just three points in the first seven minutes and built themselves a 50-19 lead.

The lead ballooned to as much as 38 points when Miller made a layup with 6:08 left to play, shortly after a Dujon two-handed dunk revved up a packed house of Mustang fans.

Mount Ida forced 20 turnovers and had a 22-0 edge in points off miscues. They also piled up 18 assists, with Dennis Ross (Portland, Maine) adding three helpers in the win.

Andrew Ruffen (Salem, N.H.) had ten points and three assists, along with the only two blocks of the game for the Monks.

Mount Ida has two more games before the winter break, both non-conference affairs. They will travel to Lesley on Thursday for an 8:00 pm contest before hosting Wheelock on Saturday at 1:00 pm in their 2015 finale.

Saint Joseph's College will look to end a three-game skid with a trip to Bates on Thursday for a 7:30 pm tip.

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Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Dec 12, 2015 8:18 am

Bates Defeats Saint Joseph's, 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 Saint Joseph's College Thursday night in Alumni Gymnasium.

Jerome Darling and Josh Britten 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. Marcus Delpeche pitched in 10 points and Quin Leary contributed eight points and three assists.

Bates (4-2) shot 16-for-29 from beyond the arc in the game, coming one 3-pointer 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.

Malcolm Delpeche 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 of Auburn, Maine, 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, Justin Zukowski 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, Max Hummel and Nick Lynch 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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Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Jan 10, 2016 9:59 am

Falcons Rally Past Monks, 56-52

STANDISH, Maine – Albertus Magnus College (8-2, 5-1 GNAC) overcame a 17-point halftime deficit to defeat Saint Joseph's College (4-9, 1-5 GNAC), 56-52, in Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) men's basketball action at the Harold Alfond Center on Saturday afternoon. Sophomore Quinn Richardson-Newton (Saco, Maine) posted the first double-double of his collegiate career with 16 points and 12 rebounds in the hard-fought loss.

THE LEAD

The conference matchup was very much a tale of two completely different halves. The In the first frame, the Monks enjoyed perhaps their finest 20 minutes of play this season, as the hosts shot 59.1% (13-22) from the floor – including a 5-7 (71.4%) three-point performance – en route to taking a 39-22 lead into intermission. The Falcons endured a difficult half, shooting just 23.7% (9-38) overall with a 3-15 effort from downtown.

The second stanza was virtually the opposite statistically. Albertus recovered by shooting 46.4% (13-28) from the field while outscoring St. Joe's by a 34-13 margin over the closing period. The Monks were unable to maintain the momentum from the first half and shot only 14.8% (4-27) from the field, including a 1-10 three-point effort, in the second half.

The Falcons opened the second frame on a 16-4 run, cutting the SJC advantage to 43-40 with 11:16 remaining. The Monks managed to hold at worst a share of the lead until sophomore Jaqhawn Walters (Hartford, Conn.) put the visitors on top, 54-52, by making a layup with 59 seconds on the clock.

LEADERS – SAINT JOSEPH'S

Freshman Ian Mileikis (Auburn, Maine) posted 14 points with four rebounds
Freshman Darian Berry (Rochester, N.H.) contributed nine points with a trio of three-pointers off the bench
First-year Marc Corey (Londonderry, N.H.) chipped in with seven points and six rebounds
LEADERS – ALBERTUS MAGNUS

Freshman Shontaey Lovell (Brooklyn, N.Y.) tallied 16 points, 11 rebounds, four blocks and three assists
Walters – who scored the final seven points in the contest - also produced a double-double with 15 points, 12 caroms, and three assists
Sophomore Chaunce Dunbar (Windsor, Conn.) contributed 12 points and a pair of steals
TEAM STATS

Saint Joseph's shot 34.7% (17-49) from the floor, 35.3% (6-17) from three-point distance and 85.7% (12-14) from the free-throw line. Albertus Magnus shot 33.3% (22-66) overall, 23.1% (6-26) from downtown and 66.7% (6-9) from the FT line.

The Falcons held the lead in rebounds (46-26), assists (14-12), turnovers (10-12), blocks (5-1), steals (7-2), second-chance points (14-0) and points in the paint (28-18). The Monks led in points off turnovers (17-11) and bench points 11-5 in the loss.

NOTEWORTHY

For Albertus Magnus, today's point total is the fewest since the Falcons suffered a 74-55 loss at the hands of the Monks on February 1st, 2014…Albertus also scored just 22 first-half points that day.

HISTORICALLY SPEAKING

With the result, Saint Joseph's falls to 8-12 in the history of the series with Albertus Magnus College. The Falcons have now defeated the Monks in four consecutive meetings, dating back to the 2013-14 campaign, and 10 of the last 11 games between the GNAC foes overall.

NEXT!

Saint Joseph's hosts GNAC-rival Rivier University on Wednesday at 7:00 PM while Albertus Magnus plays Baruch College in a non-conference matchup on Tuesday at 7:00 PM.

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Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Jan 18, 2016 12:10 pm

Monks’ Comeback Bid Falls Short at Lasell

NEWTON, Mass. – Lasell College (10-4, 7-0 GNAC) eked past Saint Joseph's College (5-10, 2-6 GNAC), 80-75, in Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) men's basketball action on Saturday afternoon.

THE LEAD

Saint Joseph's nearly pulled off an impressive comeback victory late in the second half, as the Monks chipped away at an 18-point deficit (69-51) over a 10-minute span with a 20-5 scoring run. Freshman Ben Malloy (Standish, Maine) drilled a three-pointer to cap the offensive surge with the visitors trailing by three (74-71) with 36 seconds left, but the Lasers went 6-8 from the free-throw line in the final 28 seconds to remain undefeated in GNAC play.

The first half featured four lead changes and four tie scores as neither team claimed control until Lasell netted 11 unanswered points in the final 3:46 en route to taking a 46-35 cushion into intermission.

LEADERS – SAINT JOSEPH'S

Sophomore forward Quinn Richardson-Newton (Saco, Maine) led four SJC players in double digits with 19 points while pulling down a team-high nine rebounds
Freshman guard Ian Mileikis (Auburn, Maine) tallied 15 points with six boards
Freshman guard Darian Berry (Rochester, N.H.) contributed 14 points off a 4-6 three-point shooting performance
Freshman forward Marc Corey (Londonderry, N.H.) added 12 points with six caroms
Senior guard Craig Luschenat (Boston, Mass.) chipped in with nine points and four rebounds
TEAM LEADERS – LASELL

Junior guard Armin Omanovic (Wilkesboro, N.C.) led all players with 28 points on 10-18 shooting with nine rebounds and four assists
Senior forward Pat Marchand (Cranston, R.I.) turned his fifth double-double of the season with 16 points and 12 rebounds
Sophomore Scott Arsenault (Walpole, Mass.) netted 16 points,
Senior forward Logan Liberty (Duxbury, Vt.) posted 10 points, four rebounds, and two blocks
TEAM STATS

Saint Joseph's shot 43.5% (27-62) from the field, 38.5% (10-26) from three-point distance, and 78.6% (11-14) from the free throw line while Lasell shot 49.2% (29-59) from the floor, 36.7% (11-30) from downtown and 61.1% (11-18) from the charity stripe on the afternoon.

The Lasers owned advantages in rebounds (39-32), assists (17-15), blocked shots (4-0), points in the paint (32-16) and second chance points (11-8) while Saint Joseph's led in steals (6-2), turnovers (9-12), points off turnovers (15-13), bench points (20-3) and fast break points (4-0).

NOTEWORTHY

Richardson-Newton surpassed the 400 career-point plateau in the hard fought loss…nine turnovers is the fewest committed by the Monks this season…today's conference contest started approximately 15 minutes late as the Monks' arrival was delayed due to difficult travel and inclement weather.

NEXT!

Saint Joseph's hosts Suffolk University at 3:00 PM on Monday while Lasell takes on Norwich University at home in a 7:30 PM tip-off on Tuesday.

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