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Re: WBB: Little East
« Reply #1215 on: January 25, 2022, 09:21:22 am »
Congratulations to Coach Denise Bierly on her 500th win!


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Re: WBB: Little East
« Reply #1216 on: January 29, 2022, 02:02:04 pm »
Congratulations to Coach Denise Bierly on her 500th win!

Very successful career...congratulations to her!


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Re: WBB: Little East
« Reply #1217 on: February 02, 2022, 05:46:27 pm »
Looks like RIC is rolling everyone.

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Re: WBB: Little East
« Reply #1218 on: February 14, 2022, 05:06:39 pm »
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Re: WBB: Little East
« Reply #1219 on: February 19, 2022, 01:20:20 am »
So it looks like RIC, Eastern & Dartmouth are the top 3 seeds in that order.  RIC and Eastern could still tie at 14-2, but since Eastern lost to Dartmouth RIC would win that tiebreaker.  Boston, USM, Keene & Castleton will be 4 through 7 in some order though USM is gonna have 2 less games played so they can only finish as low as 5th and Castleton will have 1 less so they can only go as high as 6th, and Western & Plymouth are locked in at 8 & 9.
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Re: WBB: Little East
« Reply #1220 on: February 22, 2022, 06:53:13 pm »
Halftime in Providence, RI-- Little East quarterfinal--

Rhode Island College 25, Western Conn State 22

For RIC-- Angelina Nardolillo with a team high 7 points, followed by Willcia McBorrough with 4 points.  Antonia Corsinetti and Abby Phelan each have 3 points for the Anchorwomen.

Izabelle Booth leads RIC with a game high 5 rebounds, and Ashanti Frazier has 2 assists to lead RIC in that category.

For WCSU-- Katelyn Fanning leads with a game high 8 points, followed by Nicole Vivian with 5 points and Jasmine Caldwell with 3 points and a team high 4 rebounds.

Gabrielle Franks has 2 assists to lead WCSU in that category.

RIC shot 9-28 from the field (32.1%), 2-11 from 3 pt range (18.2%), and 5-6 from the FT line (83.3%).

WCSU shot 9-24 from the field (37.5%), 1-2 from 3 pt range (50%), and 3-7 from the FT line (42.9%).

RIC outrebounding WCSU 20-17 so far, 5-3 on the offensive glass.

RIC made 3 assists and committed 10 turnovers-- 4 of which were as a result of WCSU steals.

WCSU made 5 assists and committed 11 turnovers-- 8 of which were as a result of RIC steals.

Points off turnovers-- RIC leads 12-7

Points in the paint-- WCSU leads 16-14

Second chance points-- RIC leads 7-4.

Bench points-- WCSU leads 10-9.