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NH College Roundup: Pogue's late basket wins for UNH women


January 21. 2018 8:47PM




Senior forward Kat Fogarty scored 18 points and senior center Carlie Pogue had 17, including a basket with two seconds to play, to lift the University of New Hampshire women’s basketball team to a 51-50 victory at Stony Brook on Sunday.

The Wildcats have won a season-high four straight games and are 14-5 overall and 5-1 in America East.They have scored the winning basket in the closing seconds of their last three road games.

Stony Brook is 10-9 overall and 2-4 in the league.

Senior forward Olivia Healy had 10 points and led UNH in rebounds with eight, including three key defensive boards in the final two minutes.

The Wildcats return to Lundholm Gymnasium for a two-game homestand. They play Maine on Wednesday at 7 p.m. and Binghamton on Saturday at 1 p.m.

Men’s hockey

Dartmouth 3, Clarkson 2: The Big Green have a knack for beating teams ranked No. 2 in the country. Dartmouth, which beat then-No. 2 Denver on Dec. 16, took down current No. 2 Clarkson 3-2 on Saturday night at Cheel Arena in Potsdam, N.Y. Matt Baker scored twice, including the game winner at 6:47 of the third period, as the Big Green, now 8-10-2 overall and 6-6-1 in the ECAC, accomplished the following:

• Snapped Clarkson’s 15-game unbeaten streak and handed the Golden Knights 18-4-2, 10-1-1) their first ECAC loss.

• Swept their North Country trip. Dartmouth beat St. Lawrence 3-2 on Friday night.

• Moved into a three-way tie for fifth place in the league, with Colgate and Yale.

The Big Green host Colgate on Friday night, then ECAC co-leader (with Clarkson) Cornell on Saturday night at Thompson Arena in Hanover.

UNH 3, Maine 3, OT: Two nights, nothing settled. That’s the lowdown of the University of New Hampshire’s trip to Maine’s Alfond Arena over the weekend. Twenty-four hours after playing to a 2-2 tie, the teams played to a 3-3 tie on Saturday.Freshman forward Charlie Kelleher had a goal and an assist for UNH and Ara Nazarian and Richard Boyd scored the other Wildcat goals. UNH goalie Danny Tirone made 33 saves, to 27 for Maine’s Jeremy Swayman.

The tie extended UNH’s winless streak to nine; the ’Cats are 4-7-3 in Hockey East, 9-11-4 overall. Maine is 6-6-3 and 12-9-4.

SNHU 6, Franklin Pierce 1: In Winchendon, Mass., on Saturday night, freshman Zack Ciampa had four assists to lead the Penmen (8-4-2 overall, 4-3-2 in the Northeast-10).

Goalie Kurt Gutting stopped 31 shots for SNHU. Brett Strawn, Chris Moquin, Jared Goudreau, Ryan Spagnoli, Kyle Galloway and Artem Efimov-Barakov scored for the Penmen.


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