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Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Nov 21, 2015 6:02 am

Men's Basketball Falls To Western Conn In Season Opener

BRISTOL, R.I. - The Bowdoin College men's basketball team lost its season-opener to Western Connecticut State, 94-77, at the Roger Williams Tip-Off Tournament on Friday night.

The Polar Bears (0-1) will play in the consolation game against against Coast Guard Academy on Saturday.

Game Highlights

A big first half lifted Western Conn to an early lead that proved too big for Bowdoin to overcome
The Polar Bears sprinted to a 7-2 lead, but WCSU got hot from the field, replying with a 26-6 run to take a 28-13 lead
WCSU extended their lead to 20 points, 43-23, at halftime
Bowdoin was able to close to within 12 points, but could not cut the lead into single digits in the second half despite out-scoring WCSU 54-51
By The Numbers

WCSU shot 47% from the field, including seven three-pointers
Bowdoin connected on 39% of its shots and went just 3-17 from three-point range
Lucas Hausman netted a game-high 34 points and was joined in double-digits by Jack Simonds, who scored 14 points and grabbed seven rebounds in his collegiate debut
Matt Palecki led Bowdoin with ten rebounds
WCSU had five players in double figures, led by 17 points from Luis Bridtter and 11 rebounds

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Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Nov 22, 2015 8:17 am

Men's Basketball Bounces Back To Tip Daniel Webster

BRISTOL, R.I. - The Bowdoin College men's basketball team pulled away in the second half of a 86-74 victory over Daniel Webster in the consolation game of the Roger Williams Tip-Off Tournament on Saturday.

With the win, the Polar Bears improve to 1-1 this season. Daniel Webster falls to 1-2. Lucas Hausman was named to the All-Tournament team for Bowdoin.

Game Highlight

Bowdoin committed nine first-half turnovers and trailed by two points, 38-36, at the break
The Polar Bears bounced back in the second period, committing just two turnovers and owning a +9 rebound margin to pull away
Bowdoin took the lead early in the second period, but the Polar Bears couldn't pull away, still leading by just two points, 65-63, with 6:30 to go
The Polar Bears used an 8-2 run, sparked by a Matt Palecki three-pointer, to pad their lead to 73-65 with 3:30 to go
Bowdoin was outstanding down the stretch from the free throw line, hitting 18-20 overall in the second half to clinch the win
By The Numbers

Hausman garnered All-Tournament honors thanks to a 26 point performance, including 16 in the second period
Bowdoin hit 22-24 overall from the free throw line in the game and held a 41-32 edge in rebounding
Jack Simonds was outstanding in his second collegiate game, scoring 21 points and grabbing eight rebounds to go with two blocks
Matt Palecki notched 14 points while Liam Farley scored 10 points off the bench for the Polar Bears
Ray Farmer and Jared Harrington led Daniel Webster with 19 points apiece

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Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Nov 25, 2015 6:59 am

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Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Nov 25, 2015 7:18 am

UNE Hits Fifteen Three-Pointers To Edge Bowdoin In Men's Basketball

BRUNSWICK, Maine - The University of New England men's basketball team held off Bowdoin 72-70 in a non-conference contest on Tuesday evening at Morrell Gymnasium.

The Nor'easters improve to 4-2 on the season while Bowdoin falls to 1-2.

Game Highlights

Bowdoin carried a slim 36-35 lead into halftime thanks to a three-pointer from Jack Simonds before the break
The Polar Bears maintained a three-point lead, 50-47, five minutes into the second half before Ben Judson and Gavin Dibble knocked home consecutive three-pointers to give UNE a 53-50 advantage
Bowdoin was able to gain their footing and use a 9-0 surge midway through the period, sparked by five points from Simonds, to take their biggest lead of the game, 63-55, with 8:40 to go
UNE responded with a 11-0 run, capped by three straight trifectas from CJ Autry and two from Devin Thompson, to take a 66-63 lead with 5:47 on the clock
The Nor'easters pushed the lead to five points, 72-67, with 2:15 to go, but the Bowdoin defense held UNE scoreless the rest of the way as it mounted a late comeback
The Polar Bears forced two turnovers in the final minute of play, coming within two points following a pair of Lucas Hausman free throws with 31 seconds to go
Hausman was fouled again with 1.8 seconds remaining and had a chance to knot the contest at the free throw stripe, but missed the first attempt. Bowdoin got the offensive board, but a desperation three-pointer by Simonds rimmed out at the buzzer
By The Numbers

Thompson finished with a team-high 22 points for UNE, eclipsing the 1,000 point mark for his career
He was joined in double figures by Dibble, who had 16 off the bench, and Autry, who finished with 11
Hausman led all players with 34 points in the loss for Bowdoin and was joined by Simonds (12) and Matt Palecki, who ended with a double-double (11 points, 11 rebounds)
Bowdoin held a 43-38 edge in rebounding and shot 41% from the field compared to 38% from the UNE, but the Nor'easters buried 15 three-pointers in the win to just six for the Polar Bears
Up Next

Bowdoin will host Babson on Sunday at 2:00 p.m. in Morrell Gymnasium
UNE will travel to play Bates on Sunday at 5:00 p.m.

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Re: Bowdoin - men 2015-2016:

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Dec 01, 2015 5:06 am

Hausman Passes 1,000 As Men's Hoops Tips Tenth-Ranked Babson

BRUNSWICK, Maine - The Bowdoin College men's basketball team squandered a 17-point second half lead, but rebounded in overtime to knock off 10th-ranked Babson on Sunday at Morrell Gymnasium, 88-84.

In the win, Bowdoin senior Lucas Hausman became the 24th player in school history to reach the 1,000-point plateau. The Polar Bears improve to 2-2 while the Beavers drop their first game of the season and dip to 5-1.

Game Highlights

Bowdoin carried a 36-27 lead into halftime thanks to seven first-half three-pointers, including four from first-year Jack Simonds
Tied at 20-20 midway through the frame, Bowdoin used a 16-2 run to take a commanding 36-22 advantage
Babson used a 5-0 surge in the final minute to trim Bowdoin's lead to nine points at the break
The Polar Bears came out firing again early in the second half, using a 9-2 run that featured five points from Jake Donnelly to extend their lead to 16 points, 45-29
Bowdoin would stretch their advantage to 17 points following a Hausman lay-in, 51-34, with 14:54 to go and maintained a 15-point lead, 59-44, with under ten minutes to play
Babson began to chip away with a 12-2 run that featured consecutive lay-ins from Joey Flannery to close the gap to 61-56 with 6:13 to go
With Bowdoin holding a 67-61 lead with under five minutes to play, Flannery hit a three-pointer to spark a 7-0 Beaver run and give the visitors their first lead since the opening minutes, 68-67
Bowdoin answered immediately with a Simonds three-pointer and Matt Palecki added a layup to give the hosts a 72-68 edge with two minutes left
Babson held the Polar Bears scoreless for the final 2:21, however, and Flannery scored the final four points, including two from the free throw line with 10 seconds remaining, to knot the game at 72 and send it to overtime
In overtime, the teams traded points and were tied at 74, 76 and 78 before a Simonds fadeaway jumper gave Bowdoin its final lead of the contest with 2:13 to go. A turnover by Flannery on the next possession made it a free throw contest for Bowdoin, who 12-14 from the stripe in overtime to seal the victory
By The Numbers

Needing just five points to reach 1,000, Hausman racked up a game-high 33, including a perfect 12-12 from the free throw line
Simonds was outstanding as well for Bowdoin, scoring 29 points, including five three-pointers
Babson got 30 points and ten rebounds from Jacks, who went 12-19 from the field
Isaiah Nelson ended with 18 points and 13 boards while Flannery scored all 21 of his points after halftime in the loss.
Babson dominated the boards, holding a 54-32 edge on the glass, including 23 offensive rebounds that led to 24 second-chance points
Bowdoin shot 49.2% from the field in the game, though, compared to 40.2% for the Beavers. The Polar Bears also hit eight three-pointers and went 18-22 from the charity stripe compared to just three trifectas and 15-22 from the free throw line for Babson.
Up Next

Bowdoin will return to action on Tuesday evening with another non-conference contest at Southern Maine (5:30 p.m.)
Babson will return to the court on December 5 against Brandeis at Salem State

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Re: Bowdoin - men 2015-2016:

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Dec 02, 2015 5:37 am

Men's Basketball Cruises To Non-Conference Win at Southern Maine

GORHAM, Maine - The Bowdoin College men's basketball team rode a hot-shooting first half to a comfortable 81-55 win at Southern Maine on Tuesday evening.

The Polar Bears have won consecutive games to improve to 3-2 this season. USM drops to 4-3 overall.

Game Highlights

The Polar Bears shot 54.5% from the field in the opening half, including 7-13 from long-distance, to take a 22-point halftime lead, 46-24
Six different players knocked down three-pointers for the Polar Bears, who rolled off an incredible 27-0 midway through the first half, turning a 18-17 deficit into a 44-18 lead
Bowdoin cruised in the opening half, leading by as many as 32 points in the eventual 26-point win
By The Numbers

Lucas Hausman netted 20 points in 24 minutes of action to lead all scorers
Jake Donnelly notched a career-high ten points and career-high eight assists in the win for Bowdoin
Matt Palecki also saw double-figures with 13 points and eight rebounds
Neil Fuller grabbed ten boards to lead all players
USM was led by 16 points from Atencio Martin
Bowdoin finished at 48.5% shooting for the game while suffocating USM defensively to just 29.2% from the field
Up Next

Bowdoin will travel to Waterville on Saturday for its annual non-conference game at Colby. Tip-off is scheduled for 2:00 p.m.

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Re: Bowdoin - men 2015-2016:

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Dec 08, 2015 6:22 am

Men's Basketball Falls Late In Non-Conference Tilt At Colby

WATERVILLE, Maine - The Colby College men's basketball team outscored Bowdoin 8-2 over the final 1:05 to rally for a 86-81 win on Saturday afternoon.

In the conference match-up between the squads, the Mules move to 5-1 this season while the Polar Bears fall to 3-3.

Game Highlights

After draining eight first-half three-pointers, the Mules held a 44-35 edge at halftime
The Polar Bears came storming out of the locker room, opening the second half on a 12-4 run, sparked by six points from Jake Donnelly, to trim the Colby lead to 48-47 with 16:32 to go
Bowdoin took their first lead since the opening minutes with 12:48 on the clock when Jack Simonds nailed a three-pointer to make it 53-51, but Colby answered with a layup to knot the game and later used a brief 7-2 spurt to take a 64-59 lead with nine minutes to go
Bowdoin rallied to tie the game on a Matt Palecki layup, 66-66, with seven minutes to go, capping a 7-2 Polar Bear surge
The teams traded blows until an 8-2 run by Bowdoin, topped by another Simonds trifecta, gave the Polar Bears a 79-78 lead with under two minutes to play
Colby scored the next eight points however, getting buckets from Chris Hudnut and Sam Willson and then sealing the game from the free throw line all in the final 1:05
By The Numbers

Lucas Hausman led all players with 22 points for Bowdoin
Simonds finished with 15 while Donnelly ended with 11. Liam Farley had 15 big points off the bench for the Polar Bears
Hudnut led Colby with 21 points
Colby held a 39-35 edge on the glass and finished at 50% shooting for the game, including 11 three-pointers. Bowdoin shot 44% for the contest
The victory was just Colby's second against Bowdoin in the last 11 meetings between the teams
Up Next

Bowdoin will be back in action on Tuesday evening at Maine Maritime for a 7:30 p.m. tip-off

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Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Dec 10, 2015 7:45 am

Men's Basketball Jumps To Early Lead, Coasts To Win at Maine Maritime

CASTINE, Maine - The Bowdoin College men's basketball team scored the first 16 points of the game en route to a convincing 84-54 win at Maine Maritime on Tuesday night.

The Polar Bears improve to 4-3 while the Mariners drop to 2-4

Game Highlights

Matt Palecki sparked the game-opening run for the Polar Bears, scoring nine of the team's points in a 16-0 surge to start the contest
Maine Maritime missed its first six shots and committed three turnovers in the first five minutes and could never recover
Bowdoin extended its lead to 49-20 at halftime thanks to 58% first-half shooting, including 54% (6-11) from three-point range
The Polar Bears led by as many as 33 points in the second half on their way to the win
By The Numbers

Thirteen different players scored for Bowdoin, who was led by 17 from Palecki, all coming in the first half
Jack Simonds (12 points, eight rebounds) and Jake Donnelly (10 points) also saw double-figures for the Polar Bears
Bowdoin finished at 50% shooting for the contest and held a 48-26 edge in rebounding
The Polar Bear bench outscored Maine Maritime's by a 35-11 margin in the victory, led by nine points from Tim Ahn
Up Next

The Polar Bears will return to action on Friday with a home game against Maine Farmington. Tip off is scheduled for 7:00 p.m.

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Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Dec 12, 2015 7:59 am

Simonds Paces Polar Bears to Semster-Ending Win Over Farmington

BRUNSWICK, Maine - The Bowdoin College men's basketball team scored a season-high 95 points and had little trouble dispatching the University of Maine-Farmington on Friday evening at Morrell Gymnasium, 95-48.

The Polar Bears close out their fall semester with a record of 5-3, winning four of their last five before the break. Farmington drops to 0-8 on the season

Game Highlights

Bowdoin came out red-hot, hitting seven of their first eight three-pointers in the first half and sprinting to a 22-6 lead after just seven minutes of play.
First-year Jack Simonds led the charge, scoring 16 first-half points, including 4-5 from long-range to give the hosts a 52-27 lead at halftime
The Polar Bears reserves continued to roll in the second half as 11 different Bowdoin players scored
Bowdoin would lead by as many as 53 in the second half en route to their largest margin of victory this season
By The Numbers

Bowdoin finished at 60% shooting for the game and held UMF to 31.6%, including 16.7% from three-point range
Simonds finished with a game-high 27 points in just 23 minutes. He also grabbed eight rebounds and blocked two shots while going 11-13 from the field, including 5-6 three-pointers
Lucas Hausman scored 19 points on 7-10 shooting while Matt Palecki added 11 points and seven boards. Blake Gordon led the Bowdoin reserves with seven points off the bench
UMF was paced by 13 points from Nick Hilton and 12 from Eric Berry
The Polar Bears owned a 44-23 edge in rebounding
Up Next

Bowdoin has one more game remaining in the calendar year - Wednesday, December 30 at home against Saint Joseph's at 7:00 p.m.
UMF is off until Saturday, January 2 when they travel to Waterville to play Colby

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Re: Bowdoin - men 2015-2016:

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Jan 10, 2016 9:45 am

Hausman Lights Up Bates Again as Men's Hoops Earns First NESCAC Win

LEWISTON, Maine - Lucas Hausman scored 42 points, including 27 in the second half, to lead the Bowdoin College men's basketball team to a 84-77 win at Bates on Saturday afternoon.

The Polar Bears bounce back from a Friday loss at Tufts and improve to 8-4 (1-1 NESCAC) while the Bobcats fall to 8-6 (1-1 NESCAC). The teams will play a non-conference game in Brunswick on Tuesday, February 9.

Game Highlights

Three-pointers by Liam Farley and Tim Ahn ignited a 14-4 Bowdoin run midway through the first period, establishing a 27-18 lead after a Hausman three with 9:09 left in the period.
Hausman was fouled attempting a three with under a minute to play and made all three free throws for a 40-29 lead before taking a 40-31 lead into halftime.
Jack Simonds rebounded his own miss and made a step-back three in the right corner for a 64-55 Bowdoin lead with 6:58 to go before Bates made a final run.
A three by Shawn Strickland and a three by Justin Zukowski capped 10-2 Bates run, cutting it to 66-65 with 5:09 left
With 3:48 to go in the game and the shot clock about to expire, Matt Palecki banked in a 3-pointer from the top of the circle to lift the Polar Bears into a 71-67 lead.
Mike Boornazian quickly answered with a three of his own, but with 1:51 to go a clutch three-pointer by Hausman lifted Bowdoin into a four-point advantage again.
Bates closed the gap to one for a final time with 1:20 remaining, as Josh Britten found enough daylight on the left wing to make his only 3-pointer of the half.
Bates called timeout, but Hausman, isolated on the perimeter, sank a 17-foot jumper.
Bowdoin iced the game with six free throws in the final minute
By The Numbers

It is the second-straight time that Hausman posted 40+ points against Bates as the senior recorded a school-record 44 in a win over the Bobcats last February
He went 11-21 from the field, 5-8 from three-point range and 15-17 from the free throw line to tie Bo McFarland '69 for the third-highest scoring output in a single game in school history
Matt Palecki added 11 points for the Polar Bears, who were outrebounded 47-40 but held Bates to 38% shooting for the game
Boornazian led Bates with 22 points
Up Next

The Polar Bears will return to action on Tuesday evening at Maine-Presque Isle at 7:00 p.m.
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