Basketball - Women 2017-18:

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Re: Basketball - Women 2017-18:

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UMA women’s basketball enjoyed a season ahead of the curve
Despite only one senior on the roster, Moose went from rebuilding year to USCAA tournament.

...“I think it was a surprise that we were as good as we were,” junior forward Caitlin LaFountain said. “We weren’t really expecting (it). … We realized pretty quickly that we were going to be a special team.”

Few at UMA have been better. The Moose set a program record for wins with their 22-7 record, made it to the championship game of the Yankee Small College Conference and also got to take its game to the national stage, reaching the quarterfinals of the United States Collegiate Athletic Association Division II tournament.

“It’s a great feeling … just being able to understand that we were consistently ranked in the top three schools in the national conference all season long, and to really understand what an incredible achievement that is and how strong our program can be,” coach Jennifer Laney said.

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Re: Basketball - Women 2017-18:

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MWBCA All-State Teams.

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Maine Women’s Basketball Coaches Association
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Kate Kerrigan, Kristen Curley, and Mike McDevitt Head All-State Awards
Bowdoin College senior Kate Kerrigan has been chosen as the Maine Women’s Basketball Coaches Association
(MWBCA) Player of the Year, while Kristen Curley, from the University of Southern Maine has been selected as
the Rookie of the Year. Mike McDevitt from St. Joseph’s College was picked as the Coach of the Year for the
second straight year.

Kerrigan, a native of Wellesley Hills, Mass., helped lead Bowdoin to a 26-2 record and an 18th trip to the NCAA
Tournament. The 5-7 senior guard is the only player in Bowdoin women’s basketball history to have accumulated
over 900 points, 600 rebounds, 300 assists and 200 steals in a career. She averaged 10.3 points, 6.5 rebounds, 4.1
assists, and accumulated 66 steals for the Sweet 16 bound Polar Bears. Kerrigan was also named the NESCAC Playerof the Year.

Curley, a freshman guard from Gorham, Maine, had a huge impact in helping the Huskies to a 9 win improvement
from last year to this season. Curley had a remarkable first season averaging a team-best 16.0 points, 4.9 rebounds, 2.1 steals, 1.3 assists and 1.1 blocked shots per game, while shooting 50.5 percent (168-for-333) from the field, and 39.7 percent (48-for-121) from three-point range. The Husky rookie also had 30 blocked shots and 56 steals in her rookie campaign. Curley was also named the LEC Rookie of the Year.

McDevitt was named the MWBCA Coach of The Year for the second consecutive season after leading the Monks to a 28-2 overall record, a perfect 16-0 GNAC conference record, and a third straight trip to the NCAA Tournament.
McDevitt and the Monks also won their first NCAA Tournament game and collected their 12th conference
championship.

Player of the Year: Kate Kerrigan, Bowdoin
Rookie of the Year: Kristen Curley, USM
Coach of the Year: Mike McDevitt, St. Joseph’s College

First Team All-State
Kate Kerrigan, Sr. – Bowdoin College
Kelsi McNamara, Jr. – St. Joseph’s College
Kenzie Worcester, Jr. – Husson University
Alayne Felix, Jr. – Maine Maritime Academy
Olivia Shaw, Sr. – University of New England

Second Team All-State
Abby Kelly, Jr. – Bowdoin College
Nina Davenport, Sr. – Bates College
Kristen Curley, Fr. – University of Southern Maine
Haley Driscoll, Sr. – Colby College
Julia Champagne, Jr. – St. Joseph’s College

All-Rookie Team
Kristen Curley, Fr. – University of Southern Maine
Julia Middlebrook, Fr. – Bates College
McKenna Brodeur, Fr. – UMaine Farmington
Elyssa Nicholas, Fr. – University of New England
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Re: Basketball - Women 2017-18:

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Re: Basketball - Women 2017-18:

Postby Tom Nolette » Fri Mar 09, 2018 2:58 am

Polar Bears ‘Sweet 16’ bound
Bowdoin women’s basketball two wins from Final Four

...The four teams in the Scranton regional this weekend have a combined record of 101-9, making the two games (Messiah vs. Tufts, 5 p.m.; Bowdoin vs. Scranton, 7 p.m.) a coin flip.

“Everyone at this point of the season is really good,” said Shibles, who feels her team’s NESCAC schedule prepares her team well for the NCAA Tournament. “The NESCAC is the best conference in the nation, where you are playing tough teams every night. We beat each other throughout the season.”

Three teams from the NESCAC are among the final 16 teams — Bowdoin, Amherst and Tufts.

Here is a look at the four teams competing in Scranton:

Bowdoin Polar Bears

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Re: Basketball - Women 2017-18:

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Re: Basketball - Women 2017-18:

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