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Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Nov 21, 2015 6:00 am

Brady Surpasses 1,000 Points as Women's Basketball Wins Opener

PLATTSBURGH, N.Y. - Women's basketball senior Shannon Brady surpassed the 1,000-point plateau as Bowdoin won its season debut over Clarkson, 68-61, at the Plattsburgh State Tip-Off Tournament on Friday evening.

The Polar Bears will play the Cardinals in the title match tomorrow afternoon.

Game Highlights

Trailing in the early going, Bowdoin used a 10-1 run to take the lead for good late in the opening quarter
The Polar Bears owned a ten-point lead on two occasions in the second quarter and carried a 35-27 advantage at halftime
Clarkson closed to within two points in the third quarter before a Brady jump shot keyed a 5-0 surge to close the period with a 49-42 lead for the Polar Bears
The Golden Knights got as close as five points in the final quarter, including within 59-54 following a three-pointer with 2:29 remaining
Brady replied for Bowdoin with consecutive buckets to push the lead back to eight points with under a minute remaining
By The Numbers

With her game-high 21 points, Brady became the 14th Bowdoin women's basketball player to surpass the 1,000-point milestone (1,004)
Brady also pitched in seven rebounds and five blocks
She was joined in double figures by Kate Kerrigan (11 points, eight rebounds) and Marle Curle (10 points, five assists)
Rachel Norton added in a big ten-point output off the bench for the Polar Bears
Ashley Loggins led Clarkson with 19 points
Bowdoin shot 42% from the field and got 22 points off the bench compared to 10 for Clarkson
Up Next

Bowdoin will face Plattsburgh at 3:00 p.m. Saturday in the Tip-Off Tournament title game

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Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Nov 22, 2015 8:18 am

Women's Hoops Falls to Plattsburgh in Cardinal Classic Final

PLATTSBURGH, N.Y. - The Bowdoin College women's basketball team lost to Plattsburgh State in the final of the Cardinal Tip-Off Classic on Saturday afternoon, 67-60.

The Polar Bears fall to 1-1 this season while the Cardinals improve to 3-0. Bowdoin's Shannon Brady and Marle Curle were recognized as members of the All-Tournament team.

How It Happened

Bowdoin trailed 20-14 after one period but held Plattsburgh to just three points in the second quarter to carry a 24-23 lead into halftime
The Polar Bears held as much as a six-point lead, 29-23, early in the third quarter, before Plattsburgh used a late run in the frame to regain the lead
The Cardinals mounted a 10-4 surge, capped by a Devona Paul hoop-and-harm, to take a 37-36 edge
The teams traded the lead and Plattsburgh carried a 46-43 advantage into the fourth quarter, where they scored the first eight points of the stanza to increase their lead to 54-43 with 8:42 to go
Bowdoin cut the lead to three points, 54-51 after a Abigail Kelly steal and Kate Kerrigan lay-up, but Plattsburgh answered with a 5-0 run and iced the game at the free throw stripe
By The Numbers

Marle Curle led Bowdoin with 16 points and six rebounds in the win
Shannon Brady was saddled with foul trouble and was limited to only 15 minutes and six points
Kerrigan finished with eight points, six steals and five rebounds for Bowdoin
Lydia Caputi pitched in eight points off the bench for the Polar Bears
Plattsburgh featured four players in double figures, led by Allie Taylor's 16
Up Next

Bowdoin hosts UNE on Tuesday evening at 7:30 p.m.

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Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Nov 25, 2015 7:20 am

UNE Tips Bowdoin in Women's Basketball

BRUNSWICK, Maine - The University of New England women's basketball team defeated Bowdoin in Morrell Gymnasium for the first time since 1990 in a 66-46 win on Tuesday evening.

The Polar Bears dip to 1-2 on the season with the loss while the Nor'easters improve to 3-0.

Game Highlights

After a tight opening quarter that saw UNE hold a 13-12 edge, the Nor'easters closed the opening half on a 10-2 run, capped by a buzzer-beating jump sot by Alanna Vose to hold a 28-19 lead at halftime
UNE pushed the lead to double digits early in the third quarter as they came out of the locker room on a 5-2 run
Bowdoin cut the lead to ten points on three occasions late in the quarter, but UNE rolled off a 5-0 surge at the end of the stanza to carry a 47-32 lead into the fourth
The Polar Bears could get no closer than 13 points as UNE pulled away
By The Numbers

The Nor'easters had seven players play for the majority of the contest and finished at 39% shooting while Bowdoin, playing 14 players, shot just 27%
Bowdoin held a 46-42 edge in rebounding but UNE hit 15 of 26 free throws compared to just 5-5 for the Polar Bears from the stripe
The Polar Bears turned the ball over 20 times, leading to 18 UNE points. UNE also scored 13 second-chance points in the win
Lauren Hayden scored a career-high 26 points for UNE while Vose added 16
Bowdoin was paced by ten points apiece from Shannon Brady and Abigail Kelly
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Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Nov 29, 2015 6:23 am

Women's Basketball Jumps to Early Lead, Coasts Past Salve Regina

NEWPORT, R.I. - The Bowdoin College women's basketball found its way back to the win column in a convincing 65-39 win at Salve Regina on Saturday afternoon.

The Polar Bears improve to 2-2 this season while the Seahawks fall to 1-5. Bowdoin moves to 8-0 all-time against Salve Regina

Game Highlights

The Polar Bears had 13 different players score as they never trailed, jumping out to a 13-0 lead after just three minutes
Bowdoin led 21-7 after one quarter and 36-17 at halftime
Eight Polar Bears scored at least five points, led by Shannon Brady's 10 points
Kate Kerrigan and Lydia Caputi had eight points apiece. Kerrigan led Bowdoin with eight rebounds and five assists
The Polar Bears held Salve Regina to just 22.6% shooting for the game, and 1-11 (9.1%) from three-point range
Bowdoin held a 51-40 edge in rebounds and got 33 points from their bench, led by seven from Abigail Kelly
Up Next

The Polar Bears will return to action on Tuesday evening when they play at Southern Maine at 7:30 p.m.
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Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Dec 01, 2015 5:03 am

Women's Basketball Jumps to Early Lead, Coasts Past Salve Regina

NEWPORT, R.I. - The Bowdoin College women's basketball found its way back to the win column in a convincing 65-39 win at Salve Regina on Saturday afternoon.

The Polar Bears improve to 2-2 this season while the Seahawks fall to 1-5. Bowdoin moves to 8-0 all-time against Salve Regina

Game Highlights

The Polar Bears had 13 different players score as they never trailed, jumping out to a 13-0 lead after just three minutes
Bowdoin led 21-7 after one quarter and 36-17 at halftime
Eight Polar Bears scored at least five points, led by Shannon Brady's 10 points
Kate Kerrigan and Lydia Caputi had eight points apiece. Kerrigan led Bowdoin with eight rebounds and five assists
The Polar Bears held Salve Regina to just 22.6% shooting for the game, and 1-11 (9.1%) from three-point range
Bowdoin held a 51-40 edge in rebounds and got 33 points from their bench, led by seven from Abigail Kelly
Up Next

The Polar Bears will return to action on Tuesday evening when they play at Southern Maine at 7:30 p.m.

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Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Dec 02, 2015 5:38 am

Women's Hoops Coasts To Mid-Week Win At Southern Maine

GORHAM, Maine - The Bowdoin College women's basketball team used a dominant second quarter to pull away in a lopsided 77-46 win over Southern Maine on Tuesday evening.

The Polar Bears improve to 3-2 this season with the victory. USM falls to 2-4 overall.

Game Highlights

The Polar Bears came out firing, nailing six three-pointers in the opening period, including three from Abigail Kelly, to take a 24-15 lead
A 10-0 Bowdoin run in the second quarter, combined with a stifling defense, saw the Polar Bears out-score the Huskies 17-6 and take a commanding 41-21 lead at intermission
The Polar Bears continued to roll, leading by as many as 32 points in the second half en route to the comfortable victory
By The Numbers

Bowdoin again used a balanced attack as 13 different players scored in the win, including seven players with at least five points
Kelly finished with a team-best 13 off the bench, including six rebounds and three steals
Shannon Brady scored 12 points with eight rebounds and three steals for the Polar Bears
Kate Kerrigan, Lauren Petit and Marle Curle each scored nine points in the win
USM was led by 13 points from Megan Pelletier
Bowdoin held a 32-18 edge in points off the bench and also owned a 44-32 advantage on the glass
The Polar Bears forced 26 USM turnovers, resulting in 33 points for Bowdoin
Up Next

The Polar Bears will host Tufts in a non-conference match-up between the teams on Saturday at 2:00 p.m. at Morrell Gymnasium

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Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Dec 08, 2015 6:24 am

Brady Leads Women's Basketball To Win Over Third-Ranked Tufts

BRUNSWICK, Maine - The Bowdoin College women's basketball team never trailed after the opening minutes and controlled the contest throughout a convincing 61-43 win over third-ranked Tufts on Saturday afternoon at Morrell Gymnasium.

The Polar Bears improve to 4-2 this season while the Jumbos fall to 3-1. The contest was a rematch of the 2015 NESCAC title game last March, won by Tufts 68-52.

Game Highlights

The Jumbos came out firing, building an early 8-0 lead thanks to a pair of Josie Lee lay-ups and baskets from Emma Roberson and Lauren Dillon
The Polar Bears took over from there, outscoring the Jumbos 11-2 for the remainder of the opening quarter, and holding a 11-10 advantage after one period
Kate Kerrigan and Marle Curle hit consecutive three-pointers to spark the Bowdoin rally
Bowdoin would never trail again as they opened the second quarter on a 8-0 surge and scored a season-high 26 points in the second quarter alone
Brady scored as many points as Tufts did in the second period (10) and Lydia Caputi netted a pair of three-pointers to give the hosts a 37-20 lead at intermission
The Jumbos rebounded in the third quarter as Michaela North and Melissa Baptista combined for 13 of their team's 16 points as the visitors trimmed the lead to 46-36 entering the fourth
Tufts could get no closer than ten points, however, as Bowdoin opened the final stanza on a 7-2 run to seal the win
By The Numbers

Brady came two points shy of her career high, totaling 27 points, 15 rebounds and four blocks in a dominating performance inside for the Polar Bears
Kerrigan had nine points while Curle and Abigail Kelly ended with eight apiece for Bowdoin
Roberson led Tufts with 18 points in the loss. Baptista had eight points and six boards
Although Bowdoin finished at 39% shooting for the game, they did connect on 46% from three-point range (7-15) and held Tufts to 31% from the field, including 20% (3-15) from beyond the arc
Bowdoin also went 14-17 from the free throw line compared to 4-7 for the Jumbos
Up Next

This was the non-conference meeting between the teams; the NESCAC game will also be played in Brunswick on January 8
Bowdoin will return to action on Wednesday evening with a home game against Maine-Farmington
Tufts will host Bridgewater State on Tuesday evening at 7:30 p.m.

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Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Dec 10, 2015 7:47 am

Bowdoin Doubles Up Maine-Farmington In Wednesday Win

BRUNSWICK, Maine - The Bowdoin College women's basketball team forced 37 turnovers and held Maine-Farmington to 29% shooting in a 79-38 win on Wednesday evening at Morrell Gymnasium.

The Polar Bears improve to 5-2 this season with their fourth consecutive victory. The Beavers fall to 3-5 with the loss.

Game Highlights

Bowdoin never trailed, jumping to a 10-2 lead after five minutes of play as Shannon Brady scored six early points for the hosts
The Polar Bears led 22-8 after one quarter thanks to 47% shooting from the field
Bowdoin remained warm in the second quarter and the Beavers turned the ball over 12 times as the Polar Bears opened the period on a 13-0 run to put the contest out of reach
The Polar Bears led 43-20 at halftime and stretched their lead to 41 points in the fourth quarter
By The Numbers

Brady led all players with 17 points while also grabbed seven rebounds and blocking two shots in 23 minutes
Lauren Petit was outstanding off the bench for the Polar Bears, scoring 14 points and earning six steals
Marle Curle and Abigail Kelly had nine points each while Sydney Hancock had a team-best five assists and six rebounds for the hosts, who had 11 different players score
Farmington was led by 13 points and 11 rebounds from Meghan Smith
Bowdoin converted the 37 Beaver turnovers into 41 points
The Polar Bears also got 34 points from their bench and held a 44-38 edge in rebounding, converting 19 second-chance points
Up Next

Bowdoin closes out its first semester with a home game against Colby on Saturday at 2:00 p.m.
UMF is done until January when they return to play against Thomas on January 5

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Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Jan 10, 2016 9:43 am

Curle and Brady Lead Women's Basketball Over Bates

BRUNSWICK, Maine - The Bowdoin College women's basketball team defeated Bates for the second time in a week, 72-55, on Saturday afternoon at Morrell Gymnasium.

The Polar Bears, who beat the Bobcats in a non-conference game 82-54 in Lewiston last weekend, improve to 10-3 (1-1 NESCAC). Bates falls to 3-9 (0-2 NESCAC) with the loss.

Game Highlights

In a game that was considerably closer than last weekend's tilt at Alumni Gym, the Polar Bears took the lead for good in the second quarter but couldn't put the Bobcats away until late in the fourth quarter
Tied at 11 after the opening period, Bowdoin rolled off a 9-0 run midway through the second quarter, sparked by two Marle Curle three-pointers, to take a nine-point lead late in the half
Bowdoin carried a 31-22 lead into halftime
Bates got as close as five points on two occasions in the third quarter, but Bowdoin answered every Bobcat run
Shannon Brady keyed a 9-2 run to close the period as Bowdoin entered the final quarter with a 53-41 lead
Bates could get no closer than seven points in the final quarter as the Polar Bears walked away with the win
By The Numbers

Marle Curle came within a few rebounds of a triple-double, totaling 13 points, 11 assists and six rebounds in the win for Bowdoin
Shannon Brady led all players with 24 points while also blocking three shots and grabbing five rebounds for the Polar Bears
Bates was led by 17 from Nina Davenport, who also had nine rebounds and three steals
Chelsea Nason had 14 points, including four three-pointers for the Bobcats
Bates was able to stay within striking distance thanks, in part, to a 43-40 edge in rebounding, which included 15 offensive boards that were cashed in for 12 second-chance points
Bowdoin's depth was the difference, however, as the Polar Bears got 22 bench points compared to just two for Bates
Up Next

The Polar Bears will host Emmanuel in a non-conference game on Tuesday evening at 7:30 p.m.
Bates will travel to Endicott for a 7:00 p.m. tip-off on Tuesday night

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