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Postby Tom Nolette » Fri Nov 20, 2015 4:08 am

Eagles Drop Season Opener to Monks, 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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Re: Husson women 2015-2016:

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Dec 08, 2015 6:36 am

Young leads Eagles Past Mariners, 72-60

BANGOR, Maine – Rebecca Young scored a game-high 18 points to lead the Eagles to a 72-60 victory over Maine Maritime Academy in North Atlantic Conference (NAC) action on Saturday afternoon in Newman Gym.

Husson (2-1, 2-0 NAC) wins its second-straight game, while Maine Maritime (2-3, 1-1 NAC) loses its fourth-consecutive game to the Eagles. The all-time series is now tied at 14-14.

The Eagles started the game on a 14-4 run but a three by Mackenzie Vosburgh closed the lead to 14-7 with 4:55 remaining in the first quarter, sparking a 6-4 Maine Maritime run as Husson took a 18-11 lead into the second quarter. Young contributed six points, one board and one steal, Chandler Guerrette chipped in with five points and two steals.

The Mariners put together a 10-5 run in the second quarter to close Husson's lead to 25-21, forcing the hosts to call a timeout. The Eagles came out of the timeout with eight-straight points from a jump-shot by Young, a 3-point shot by Guerrette and a 3-point and jump shots from Kenzie Worcester before the Mariners could find their offensive rhythm, and Husson took a 35-25 lead into the intermission. Worcester and Guerrette led all scorers in the quarter with five points each.

Guerrette led the Eagles in the first two quarters with ten points, and three steals, while Young charted eight points and Worcester added seven points.

In the first two quarters, Kristi Willey and Alayne Felix led the Mariners with six points each, while Willey led all players in the first half with five boards.

The Mariners opened up the third quarter with a 7-0 run, highlighted by a three from Mikayla Charters, to close the gap to 35-32, but the Eagles answered with seven-straight points from Worcester and Joan Overman to make it 42-32.

With a little over a minute remaining in the third quarter, Tess Clark made a jump shot to bring the Mariners within seven, but the Eagles closed the quarter on a 5-2 run to take a 53-43 lead into the final quarter. Felix and Young led all scorers in the quarter with six points each, while Overman added five points off the bench for Eagles.

A Felix jumper closed Husson's lead to seven with 2:36 remaining in the game, but the Mariners could not come back from the deficit as the Eagles closed out the game with a 6-1 run to secure the 72-60 victory in the 28th matchup between the two schools. Felix and Charters led all scorers in the quarter with six points each, while Darla Morales chipped in with a team-high five points.

The Eagles' defense forced 31 Maine Maritime turnovers in the victory.

Young added four rebounds, one steal, one assist and one block, while Worcester added 13 points, four rebounds, and a game-high four steals and Victoria McIntyre and Morales each contributed 11 points.

Felix led the Mariners with 18 points, and a game-high seven rebounds, while Charters added 13 points.

The Eagles will return the court on Friday, December 11th when they host Colby-Sawyer in a NAC matchup at 5:30 p.m. and the Mariners will be back in action on Tuesday, December 8th when they host Daniel Webster for a non-conference matchup at 5:30 p.m.

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Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Dec 12, 2015 8:10 am

Eagles' Defense leads Husson past Colby-Sawyer, 69-45

BANGOR, Maine – Kenzie Worcester scored a game-high 17 points to lead the Eagles to a 69-45 victory over Colby-Sawyer in North Atlantic Conference (NAC) action on Friday night in Newman Gym.

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

Chandler Guerrette capped a 9-2 run by the Eagles to the start game with a pair of free throws before a three by Jessica Shenkel sparked a 10-2 run by Colby-Sawyer to put up the Chargers by one, 12-11 with 3:25 remaining in first quarter. However the Eagles would close out the quarter on 6-2 run as Husson took a 17-13 lead into the second quarter. Guerrette contributed seven points, one board and one steal, while Shenkel added five points, one steal, one assist and one board for the Chargers.

The Eagles put together a 14-7 scoring outburst in the second quarter as Rebecca Young, Worcester, Guerrette, Victoria McIntyre, Joan Overman, and Denae Johnson accounted for all the offense as Husson took a 31-20 lead into the intermission.

Guerrette led the Eagles in the first two quarters with nine points, and three steals, while Young charted seven points and Worcester added six points. The Chargers were led by Shenkel who added five points, while Kristin Ellis led all players in the half with eight boards.

The Chargers tried to claw their way back into game in the second half, but only could cut the Husson lead to 24 points as the Eagles pull away in the closer minutes of the game for the victory.

The Eagles' defense held Colby-Sawyer to 32.0 percent shooting, while forcing 32 turnovers in the win.

Worcester finished the game with five boards, one assist and four steals to go along with her game-high 17 points, while Guerrette added 15 points, and four steals and Young contributed 12 points and McIntyre record a team high seven boards.

Lexi Iannone led the Chargers with nine points off the bench, while Shenkel added eight points, and three assist and Katie McCarthy contributed six points.

The Eagles will return the court tomorrow afternoon when they host New England College in a rematch of last season's NAC Championship semifinal at 1:00 p.m. and the Chargers will trek down to Castine tomorrow to face Maine Maritime for a 1:00 p.m. game.

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Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Jan 10, 2016 9:54 am

Victoria McIntyre Scores 25 Points to Lead Husson Past Maine Maritime, 74-57

CASTINE, Maine – Husson University women's basketball defeat Maine Maritime Academy by a score of 74-57 on Saturday afternoon, in North Atlantic Conference play inside of Smith Gymnasium.

Husson (7-3, 5-0 NAC) wins its fifth-straight league game, while Maine Maritime (5-6, 2-3 NAC) loses its fifth-consecutive game to the Eagles and falls to 14-15 in the all-time series.

The Eagles held a 14-9 advantage after the first quarter, and outscored the Mariners 17-7 in the second quarter to take a 31-16 lead into the intermission.

The Mariners score eight-unanswered points to open up the final quarter, cutting Husson's lead to 53-38, but the Eagles held on to take the 74-57 victory.

Tess Clark led the Mariners with a double-double, tallying 18 points and pulling down 10 rebounds, while Alayne Felix added 14 points, six rebounds and Mikayla Charters, Maggie McConkey and Mackenzie Vosburgh each contributed five points.

Husson's Victoria McIntyre led all players with 25 points, while adding five rebounds. Rebecca Young, Kenzie Worcester and Chandler Guerrette added nine points apiece.

Maine Maritime will travel to Maine-Farmington on Tuesday, January 12 at 5:30 pm for 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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Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Jan 18, 2016 11:52 am

Eagles Remain Unbeaten in NAC Play With Win over Lyndon State, 74-61

LYNDON CENTER, Vt. – Kenzie Worcester scored a career-high 21 points to lead the Eagles to a 74-61 victory over Lyndon State in North Atlantic Conference (NAC) action on Saturday Afternoon in Stannard Gymnasium.

Lyndon's Mikayla Hodge recorded her fourth straight double-double with 18 points and 14 rebounds. Aimee Thompson and Brittney LaFreniere added 9 points and 5 rebounds and 9 points and 3 rebounds respectively.

Worcester finished the game with 8 rebounds to go along with her career-high 21 points, while Victoria McIntyre added 20 points and 8 rebounds for the Eagles.

Husson was on the board first with a jump shot by Worcester with Hodge quickly answering back. After a 6-0 run, Lyndon called a 30-sec timeout and came within two after a pair of free throws by Hodge and a jump shot by Victoria Carlson (East Haven, Conn.). For the final five minutes of the first quarter, Lyndon was held scoreless, allowing Husson to take a 22-6 lead.

Lyndon came out strong holding the visitors to only two points to their fifteen within the first six and a half minutes of the second until Husson's Worcester drilled in a layup. Both teams swapped baskets until Hodge finished the quarter with a made free throw, bringing Lyndon within two, 34-32.

After a jump shot by Worcester, Hodge added four points to tie the game up 36-36 at the 6:20 mark upon the start of the second half. McIntyre knocked in two free throws, but Samantha Thurston tied it up again with a layup. In the final five minutes, Husson outscored Lyndon 13-9, ending the quarter up 51-47.

Husson racked up the first seven points, but Lyndon answered back with a jump shot by both Thurston and Hodge and a three-pointer from LaFreniere on consecutive possessions, cutting the lead back down to four at 58-54. Husson then went on an 11-0 run until LaFreniere and Thompson knocked in jump shots. Worcester accounted for the final five points for Husson and Allison Brown a three-pointer for Lyndon. Husson is now 8-0 in conference action, after taking the contest 74-61.

Lyndon (3-10, 2-6 NAC) will be traveling to Colby-Sawyer on Tuesday, January 19th with a 5:30 PM tip.

Husson (10-3, 8-0 NAC) plays host to Castleton on Friday, January 22nd at 5:30 PM.

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Re: Husson women 2015-2016:

Postby Tom Nolette » Fri Jan 22, 2016 6:24 am

Husson basketball teams each 8-0 in NAC, work to maintain success

BANGOR, Maine — The Husson University men’s basketball team has rebuilt effectively around two returning standouts.

The Eagles women’s program has manufactured its success with pressure defense and fast-paced offense.

Both teams will try to remain atop the North Atlantic Conference on Friday as they entertain Castleton State at Newman Gymnasium. The women’s game tips off at 5:30 p.m., followed by the men’s contest at 7:30 p.m.

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Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Feb 22, 2016 9:06 am

Husson basketball teams earn No. 1 seeds for NAC tourney

BANGOR | The Husson University men’s and women’s basketball teams have earned the No. 1 seeds for North Atlantic Conference tourney, which opens with quarterfinal games Tuesday night at the home courts of the higher seeded teams. Both Husson teams received byes for the quarterfinal rounds and will …

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Re: Husson women 2015-2016:

Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Feb 25, 2016 5:48 am

Husson claims three NAC women’s basketball major awards

Victoria McIntyre of Mars Hill, who spearheaded Husson University’s drive to the North Atlantic Conference women’s basketball regular-season title this season, has been selected as the NAC Player of the Year. The senior guard was among three winners of major awards announced on Thursday as junior Chandler Guerrette was named …

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