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NH College Roundup: Stonehill outguns Penmen women

December 10. 2017 3:02AM

SNHU's Kylie Lorenzen drives to the hoop as Stonehill's Samantha Hyslip defends Saturday during the Penmen's 65-53 loss at the at SNHU Fieldhouse. (Nicole Goodhue Boyd/Union Leader)

Junior Kylie Lorenzen scored 17 points and tied her career high with 15 rebounds, but the Southern New Hampshire University women's basketball team was defeated by Stonehill College, 65-53, Saturday afternoon at the SNHU Fieldhouse.

Kelly Martin led all scorers with 28 points for the Skyhawks, while Samantha Hyslip added 14 points and nine boards.

Bentley 77, St. Anselm 52: At Waltham, Mass., Peyton Steinman hauled in a team-leading eight rebounds, scoring as many points to tie senior captain Clairee Putnam and classmate Grace Guachione. Bentley was led by a double-double from Victoria Lux, who tallied 16 points and 12 assists.

Maine 64, Dartmouth 51: At Hanover, Kate Letkewicz led the Big Green offense with 15 points. Cy Lippold and Emily Slagle scored a combined 22 points.

Colby Sawyer 62, Lyndon 53: At Lyndonville, Vt., Tianna Sugars led Colby-Sawyer (5-2, 2-1 North Atlantic Conference) with 15 points. Lexie Hamilton of Sunapee recorded a double-double of 10 points and 11 assists.

Southern Maine 56, Keene State 40: At Keene, Emily McPadden's 10 points, six rebounds and three assists led the Owls.St. Joseph's 102, Rivier 17: At Standish, Maine, Kelsi McNamara scored a game-high 19 points, passing the 1,000-point mark for her career.

Emily Benway of Rochester added 14 points and Grace Mulvey of Merrimack scored 13 for the Monks.

Emilee Kacavas led Rivier with nine points and six rebounds. Megan Hamel of Colebrook added seven points and six rebounds.

Men's basketball

Stonehill 107, SNHU 98: At Manchester, Daquaise Andrews and senior Chris Walters each notched 30-point double-doubles, but the Penmen suffered their first loss of the season.

Dimitri Floras of Merrimack was also in double figures with 14 points, four assists and two rebounds.

St. Anselm 88, Bentley 86: At Waltham, Mass., Cody Ball of Londonderry and Tim Guers scored 25 points each to propel the Hawks.

Taylor Fortin made four treys on the day to finish with 20 points and four assists. Austin Nydegger scored eight points off the bench for the Hawks (7-3, 5-2 NE-10).

Colby-Sawyer 85, Lyndon 74: At Lyndonville, Vt., senior Taylor Grande of Bedfordscored a career-high 27 points to lead Colby-Sawyer (5-2, 3-0 North Atlantic Conference).

Patrick Coffey was 11-of-20 to finish with 25 points, while Dana Bean of Franklin) added 16 points (8-8 free throws) and nine rebounds.

Keene State 73, Southern Maine 58: At Keene, Ty Nichols led the Owls with 25 points, six rebounds, six assists and four steals. Plymouth State 107, Eastern Connecticut State 55: At Willimantic, Conn., Mike Osgood of Nashua led the Panthers with 19 points. Jaylen Leroy of Manchester added 14.

St. Joseph's 87, Rivier 74: At Standish, Maine, Angel Perez netted 20 points with a pair of steals to lead the Raiders.

Men's hockey

Army 4, UNH 3: At Durham, Eric MacAdams scored twice and Anthony Wyse added one for the Wildcats (9-6-1), who outshot Army 40-21. Jared Dempsey made 37 saves for Army. Danny Tirone made 17 saves for UNH.

Bentley 5, Dartmouth 1: At Hanover, Tim Shoup scored the only goal for Dartmouth, which fell to 2-7-1 despite outshooting Bentley, 31-21.

Women's hockey

Franklin Pierce 4, Salem State 1: At Salem, Mass., Nicole Amato had a goal and an assist as the Ravens rolled to a 50-14 shot advantage. Emily Kramer, Meg Gilbride and Marissa Massaro also scored for Franklin Pierce (7-6-1).

SUNY Potsdam 3, New England College 0: At Henniker, Lucy Condon had a goal and an assist for Potsdam (6-4-1). Jackie Clark made 33 saves for NEC (1-9-1).


Plymouth State: The Panther dropped a 24-19 decidion to Rhode Island College and a 45-3 match to Southern Maine. Senior Nick Simeti earned a pin just 23 seconds into his bout with freshman James Smith in the opening match against RIC. Simeti was also responsible for PSU's three points against Southern Maine as he posted a 6-3 decision over freshman Juan Vernaza.


Plymouth State: At Westfield, Mass., Emily Wadlinger of Lebanon set a personal record while winning the 50-yard backstroke in Plymouth State's 120-100 loss to Westfield State. The Panthers got a pair of wins on the diving board from Casey Allaire.

Track and field

Franklin Pierce: Katey Comstock bettered her school record in the shot put on Saturday, to help lead the way for the Ravens women. The Ravens added four event wins and 12 top-three finishes on the day to take first place at the PSU Winter Classic, hosted by Plymouth State.

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