NH College Roundup: Lorenzen scores 26, SNHU women win
January 20. 2018 8:24PM
Kylie Lorenzen tossed in a game-high 26 points to lead the Southern New Hampshire women's basketball team to a 68-58 victory over American International College on Saturday at the SNHU Fieldhouse.
SNHU's Catherine Stinson (12) and Molly Terry (11) also scored in double figures. The Penmen (12-6, 8-4 NE-10) led 25-15 after one quarter, but trailed by one point at halftime.
UMass-Dartmouth 78, Plymouth State 64: In Dartmouth, Mass., the Panthers (5-12, 1-6 LEC) trailed by three at halftime but were outscored 31-12 in the third quarter. Jess Conant led Plymouth State with 17 points and eight rebounds. Cassidy Emerson and Debra Morrill - both of Concord - finished with 13 and 10 points, respectively, and Londonderry's Brittany Roche had 12 points and four rebounds.
LeMoyne 66, St. Anselm 55: In Syracuse, N.Y., despite 13-point performances from Shannon Ryan and Grace Guachione, the Hawks (11-9, 7-6 NE-10) couldn't overcome a 14-point halftime deficit.
Adelphi 93, Franklin Pierce 51: In Rindge, five players scored in double figures for Adelphi. Mya Mosley led the Ravens (4-13, 1-10, NE-10) with nine.
NEC 79, Colby-Sawyer 77: In Henniker, Rene Hudson scored a game-high 43 points to lead the Pilgrims (7-7, 4-5 NAC) to an overtime win. Hudson made 10 3-pointers in the victory. Sunapee's Lexie Hamilton led Colby-Sawyer (12-4, 7-2 NAC) with 30 points and eight rebounds.
UMass-Boston 73, Keene State 40: In Boston, the Owls (2-14, 0-7) were held to 14 points in the second half and remained winless in conference play. The Owls received a team-high nine points from Lilly Shlimon.
LeMoyne 76, St. Anselm 63: In Syracuse, N.Y., the Hawks (14-4, 10-3 NE-10) surrendered 52 first-half points and trailed by 19 at halftime. Freshman forward Chris Paul led St. Anselm with 24 points. Londonderry's Cody Ball added 15. The Hawks entered the contest with a nine-game winning streak.
AIC 77, SNHU 71: In Manchester, AIC overcame a four-point halftime deficit by outscoring SNHU 43-33 in the second half. SNHU (11-6, 7-5 NE-10) received a game-high 21 points from Chris Walters.
Franklin Pierce 80, Adelphi 72: In Rindge, the Ravens (10-7, 5-7 NE-10) received a game-high 20 points from Asante Sandiford and 19 from Doyin Fadojutimi. Franklin Pierce made 11 of its 23 3-point attempts.
Keene State 82, UMass-Boston 76: In Boston, forward Ty Nichols led the Owls (12-5, 6-1 LEC) with 30 points. James Anozie (17) and DeVon Beasley (10) also scored in double figures for Keene State.
NEC 95, Colby-Sawyer 75: In Henniker, Calvin Cheek tossed in a team-high 18 points and was one of six New England College players to score in double figures. Jason Jones had 14 points and a team-high 10 rebounds for the Pilgrims (12-4, 8-1 NAC). Colby-Sawyer's Taylor Grande led all scorers with 22. He made each of his six 3-point attempts. Colby-Sawyer (10-5, 7-2 NAC) led 45-37 at halftime, but was outscored 58-30 in the second half.
UMass-Dartmouth 100, Plymouth State 78: In Dartmouth, Mass., the Panthers (6-10, 0-7 LEC) lost their fifth game in a row despite a 34-point performance from Nashua's Mike Osgood.
St. Anselm 2, Franklin Pierce 2: In Manchester, Londonderry's Haley Parker collected a goal and an assist to help Franklin Pierce (10-7-2, 4-7-1, NEWHA) overcome a two-goal deficit. Nicole Amato also scored for the Hawks. Megan Klaus and Katy Meehan scored for St. Anselm (14-2-2, 9-1-2).
UNH 1, Providence 0: In Durham, Carlee Toews scored a short-handed goal in the second period to propel UNH (11-10-6, 8-7-4 WHEA). Ava Boutilier made 22 saves for the Wildcats.
Clarkson 8, Dartmouth 1: In Hanover, sophomore Christina Rombaut scored the lone goal for Dartmouth (4-14-1, 2-11-1 ECAC). It was Rombaut's third goal of the season.
Plymouth State 5, NEC 0: in Henniker, freshman Alex Rajsigl made 24 saves to collect the shutout in the first start of her collegiate career. Sophomore Eleanor Hudson had two goals and an assist for the Panthers (5-8-4, 4-2-2 NEHC). New England College fell to 2-14-1 (1-6-0) with the loss.
St. Anselm 4, Franklin Pierce 2: In Winchendon, Mass. on Friday, sophomore Amanda Conger had two goals and one assist and freshman Katy Meehan scored the game-winning goal with 1:31 remaining. Sophomore Michaela Kane earned her third victory in as many starts this season with 14 saves as St. Anselm defeated Franklin Pierce for the 15th time in 15 all-time meetings. Jackie Guy had a goal and an assist, and Caley Mueller had two assists for the Hawks (14-2-1, 9-1-1 NEWHA). Marissa Massaro and Alex Brolsma scored for the Ravens (10-7-1 4-7 NEWHA). Haley Parker of Londonderry added an assist. Turney (4-4-1) finished with 26 saves.
UNH 2, Maine 2: At Orono, Maine, Jason Salvaggio and Eric MacAdams scored for UNH, which is 0-6-2 in its last eight contests. The Wildcats (9-11-3 overall, 4-7-2 Hockey East) trailed 2-1 before MacAdams collected his goal 1:08 into the final period.
Dartmouth 3, St. Lawrence 2: At Canton, N.Y., Alex Jasiek's third-period power-play goal stood Friday night as the Dartmouth men's hockey team beat St. Lawrence, 3-2, in Canton, N.Y.
Sophomores Charley Michalowski and Shane Sellar also scored for the Big Green, 7-10-2 overall and 5-6-1 in the ECAC. Devin Buffalo made 20 saves for the Big Green,
Franklin Pierce 4, SNHU 1: In Hooksett on Friday, the Ravens got a 50-save performance from senior goaltender Tom McGuckin. Senior forward Jonathan Haun notched a goal and an assist. Travis Geraci, Patrick Gagliardi of Bedford and Alex Lester also scored for the Ravens (5-11-1, 2-4-1 Northeast-10). Ryan Slatky of Manchester made 31 saves for SNHU, which got a goal 11 seconds into the game from Artem Efimov-Barakov.
St. Anselm 6, Assumption 3: In Goffstown on Friday, sophomore Jake Grade scored a hat trick as part of a four-point night to power the Hawks. Freshman John Femia recorded a goal and an assist, while sophomore Trey Aiello and junior Brian Cameron each had two assists. Junior Joey Harrington scored the first goal for St. Anselm and freshman Matt Chisholm also scored. Shane Joyce made 17 stops.