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Re: Women's Basketball

Postby Tom Nolette » Fri Mar 03, 2017 5:27 am

CMCC rolls past host PSU-Fayette in USCAA quarterfinal

... CMCC advances to the national semifinal round, where the top-seeded Mustangs will face familiar foe Southern Maine Community College, the No. 4 seed, which throttled PSU-Hazleton, 85-51.

"We play them two or three times every year, and they had a great game (Thursday)," Morong said. "They're flying high right now and we're coming off kind of an ugly game, so we just need to focus and play our game. We can't get caught up in a rivalry or anything like that."

USCAA All-American Brooke Reynolds was a force for the Mustangs (31-1), finishing with 17 points, 14 rebounds and four assists. More importantly, she was the better of two first-team All-Americans on the floor Thursday. The CMCC defense held Taylor Smith to 16 points and only three rebounds, well below her season average.

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Re: Women's Basketball

Postby Tom Nolette » Fri Mar 03, 2017 5:44 am

MCC Seawolves‏ @SMCCseawolves
SeaWolves Book Date With Central Maine in USCAA Semis
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Re: Women's Basketball

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Re: Women's Basketball

Postby bcbc55 » Fri Mar 03, 2017 6:58 pm

Husson Women win 74-72 and move on to final game tomorrow at 5:00pm
Score by quarters:

Husson 14 27 48 74
DeSales 21 32 49 72

Husson trailed most of the 2nd and third quarters but rallied in the last 7 minutes of the game and lead by as many 7 points and the final score wasn't that close as DeSales hit a three at the buzzer.

DeSales had to foul and they fouled the wrong shooter as Chandler Guerette made 13 of 16 points from the line with most of them coming at the end of the game as Husson made sure she had the ball on all inbound passes and outlets on rebounds.

Guerette had 28 total points to lead Husson scorers as Morales with 11 and Worster with 10 helped te Eagle cause.

For DeSales Morgan McColliam had 35 points, Megan Bard with 17 and Morgan Birmela scored 13.

Husson was 23-60 from the floor for 38,3%, DeSales went 27-62 for 43.5%

Husson went 8 or 16 from beyond the arc for 50% and DeSales went 9 of 20 for 45%

From the line, Husson was 20-28 for 71.4%, DeSales was 9-17 for 52.9%

Husson had 41 rebounds DeSales 37

Turnovers Husson 14, DeSales

Assists Husson 15, DeSales 22

Personal fouls Husson 17, DeSales 22

Steals Husson 8, DeSales 6

Husson now moves onto the finals of the 4 team first round tourney

There are 16 - 4 team first round tourney for the 64 team field
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Re: Women's Basketball

Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Mar 04, 2017 4:03 am

Husson Women’s Basketball Earns First NCAA Tournament Victory in Program History

MEDFORD, MA (WABI TV5/CW) The Husson women’s basketball team won the first NCAA Tournament game in program history Friday, beating DeSales 74-72.

The Eagles led by Chandler Guerrette with a game high 28 points. Penobscot Valley graduate Sami Ireland had 10 points off the bench.

Husson will play site host Tufts Saturday, March 4th at 5 PM in the round of 32.

http://wabi.tv/2017/03/03/husson-womens ... m-history/

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Re: Women's Basketball

Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Mar 04, 2017 5:47 am

CMCC advances to UCSAA final with sin over SMCC

... "Today, we just had players step up," CMCC coach Andrew Morong said. "Jenny Schlim played like an All-American. That's what we know she's capable of. And I think we just, defensively, we started communicating."

Kristina Blais added 10 points for the Mustangs (32-1) before fouling out in the second half.

In an uncharacteristically foul-happy first half, the Mustangs afforded the Seawolves (24-5) nearly two dozen chances from the line.

"We had six players with two fouls in the first half, including three starters," Morong said, "and (SMCC) shot 18 foul shots to our one and tey made 15 of them."

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Re: Women's Basketball

Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Mar 04, 2017 6:04 am

CMCC Athletics‏ @CMMustangs
#CMLadyMustangs advance to National Championship game...
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Re: Women's Basketball

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Monks Athletics‏ @SJCmonks
Saint Joseph?s Falls to #4 Tufts in NCAA Opening Round, 65-44
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Re: Women's Basketball

Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Mar 04, 2017 6:41 am

COLBY: Women's Basketball Falls to New Paltz in NCAA First Round

March 3, 2017

ITHACA, N.Y. - A furious fourth-quarter rally fell just short as the Bowdoin women's basketball team saw its season come to an end in a 62-61 setback to New Paltz St. in the opening round of the NCAA Division III Tournament on Friday evening at Ithaca College.

The Polar Bears, who finish the year at 21-5, lose in the opening round of the tournament for just the second time in their 17 NCAA Tournament appearances. New Paltz (19-8) advances to the second round in Ithaca tomorrow evening.

Game Highlights

Bowdoin dug itself a first-half hole thanks to cold shooting from the field. The Polar Bears connected on just 8-29 from the field in the first twenty minutes, including 2-14 from three-point range.
New Paltz owned a dominant 26-15 edge on the glass in the first half and carried a 27-22 advantage into the second half.
Bowdoin was able to briefly grab the lead as they jumped out of the gate on a 9-0 run to open the third quarter, sparked by a Kate Kerrigan three-pointer
But the Hawks responded, outscoring Bowdoin 19-4 for the remainder of the period to take a commanding 46-35 lead into the fourth quarter following a Kit Small lay-up before the buzzer.
New Paltz was able to parry several early buckets by the Polar Bears in the fourth quarter and still maintained an eight-point lead, 56-48, with 2:30 to play.
Maddie Hasson started the rally with a layup and a Hawks turnover was followed by an Abigail Kelly three-pointer that cut the lead to just three, 56-53, with 1:57 to go.
The teams traded free throws and New Paltz was able to push the lead back to six points before a 4-0 Bowdoin run, capped by a Kelly lay-in, cut the lead to just two, 60-58, with 26 seconds remaining.
Lindsay Bettke hit a pair of big free throws with 21 seconds left for New Paltz which proved to be the difference as a late Kate Kerrigan three-pointer cut the lead to 62-61 with only 0.5 seconds to play. New Paltz inbounded the ball safely to ice the win.
By The Numbers

Bowdoin erupted for 26 points in the fourth quarter but the effort proved too little, too late, as the squad connected on just 34% of their shots for the game and 22% (5-22) from three-point range in the loss.
Abigail Kelly led Bowdoin with 13 points while Marle Curle had nine. Maddie Hasson pitched in nine points off the bench.
Kit Small led New Paltz with 14 points and eight rebounds
The Hawks held a huge 44-26 edge in rebounding and cashed in for 15 key second-chance points compared to 0 for Bowdoin.
The Polar Bears forced 26 turnovers and converted them into 28 points offensively, but New Paltz was clutch in the fourth quarter, hitting all 12 of their free throws in the final period to clinch the victory.
The loss ends the Bowdoin careers of five seniors: Marle Curle, Ally Silfen, Emily Campbell, Sydney Hancock and Rachel Norton, who conclude their careers with a cumulative record of 89-23 with four NCAA Tournament appearances.
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Re: Women's Basketball

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Mar 05, 2017 6:27 am

CMCC wins national basketball title

... Schlim shattered her points-per-game average for the second consecutive night, draining a game-high 20 points, and All-American Brooke Reynolds added 13 to lift CMCC to a 74-57 win over Penn State-Lehigh Valley, earning for the Mustangs their first USCAA national title.

Schlim, a second-year guard, poured in 13 points in the Mustangs' semifinal win over rival Southern Maine Community College on Friday, and upped the ante Saturday, hitting for 20, including to 3-pointers and a 4-for-4 night from the line.

"That's what we expect out of Jenny every night," Morong said. "She was ready to win a national championship. She was just like, 'OK guys, let's go.'"

Reynolds also led the team with 12 boards and was part of a suffocating defense that in the third quarter allowed only six points as the Mustangs built their lead out to nearly 30 points.

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