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d3bballinboston

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« on: January 20, 2007, 08:37:21 pm »
Saturday, January 20th- Meredith Waldie (Jr., Methuen, MA) had a team-high 13 points as she led her Pilgrims to a 65-37 win over the visiting Newbury College Nighthawks Saturday afternoon.  The win gives NEC a 10-4 (4-2 CCC) record, as Newbury goes to 0-13 (0-0 Ind).

 

The Pilgrims held off the Nighthawks for over 10 minutes into the first half, leading by as much as 31 points.  Newbury finally got on the board with a layup by Jessica Lightfoot (Jr., Sewell, NJ) to break the Nighthawk’s drought.  The Pilgrims shot 58% from the field in the first stanza.

 

The Nighthawks came charging back in the second half, as senior forward Jessica Laliberty (Haverhill, MA) dropped in 16 points alone to pick up the Newbury pace.  NEC’s LaShawnda Wilson (So., Burlington, VT) contributed to the NEC offense to keep the Pilgrims on top.  NEC would not give up the lead as they finished out regulation with a 65-37 win.  Newbury’s Lightfoot had 10 points in the loss. 



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« Reply #1 on: January 22, 2007, 12:33:34 pm »
Newbury must be bad if SVC beat them. SVC is now 1-14 i think. Guess it doesn't matter if they are in a league or not they are still bad. Although I hear they have two guards that are decent but they will never have a team of basketball players.

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« Reply #2 on: January 26, 2007, 07:46:30 am »
Red-hot shooting leads PSU Women’s Hoop past Newbury


Panthers hit 62 percent for game and 83 percent from three-point range
1/25/07

              PLYMOUTH, N.H. – Plymouth State University used red-hot shooting Thursday evening to defeat Newbury College, 75-38, in a non-conference women’s basketball game at Foley Gymnasium.

              The Panthers connected on 70 percent from the floor in the first half (19-for-27) en route to a 55-18 halftime lead, and finished with a 62.2 percent clip (28-for-45) from the field.  PSU also shot 90 percent from the free throw line (9-for-10), and its 83.3 percent from three-point range (10 of 12) is the fifth-best performance in Division III history since the NCAA began tracking the statistic in 1988.

              The outcome stopped a six-game losing streak for the Panthers, who improve to 5-13 overall.  The hard-luck Nighthawks gave a solid effort but fell to 0-14.

              With the big lead, Plymouth State was able to use the entire bench.  Freshman Laura Kent (Bellingham, Mass.) led the team with 12 points and nine rebounds, while junior Annie Alosa (Concord, N.H.) was 4-for-4 from the field (3-for-3 from beyond the arc) and finished with 11 points.  Sophomore Kayla Morin (Pascoag, R.I.) contributed 10 points, including a pair of threes, and freshman Kathy Frankowski (Unionville, Conn.) chipped in with a season-high nine points.

              Newbury had three players score in double figures.  Senior Jessie Laliberty (Haverhill, Mass.) led all scorers with 13 points, while freshman Rashawna Wynn (Baltimore, Md.) added 11 points and senior Taraja Laws (Easton, Pa.) contributed a double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds.

              Plymouth State returns to Little East Conference action on Saturday with a visit to Rhode Island College (1:00 p.m.)  Newbury will seek its first win Saturday at Saint Joseph’s College, Maine (1 p.m.)


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« Reply #3 on: January 31, 2007, 08:54:24 am »
Nighthawks fall to Lesley

 

 

The Lesley College women’s basketball team improved their record to 5-13, as they cruised past host Newbury College by a score of 69-49 tonight in Brookline, MA.  Rookie Hailee Lowe (Hamilton-Wenham, MA) led the Lynx in scoring with 15 points, while Lani Cabral-Pini (Wilmington, MA) and Courtnie Leakeas (Lowell, MA) added a dozen points for Lesley.

 

Newbury played hard throughout the game, leaving everything they had on the floor.  Jessica Lightfoot (Sewell, NJ/Clearview Regional) led the Nighthawks with 15 points, scoring all of her points by way of the three.  Senior Jessie Laliberty (Haverhill, MA/Haverhill) fought hard and ended the game with a double double scoring 12 points and ripping down 11 boards respectively.

 

The Nighthawks drop to 0-17; they will host Nichols College on Thursday, February 1; game time is 7:00.

 

Official Basketball Box Score -- GAME TOTALS -- FINAL STATISTICS

Lesley University vs Newbury College

1 30 07 5:00 at Brookline, MA

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VISITORS: Lesley University 5-13

                          TOT-FG  3-PT         REBOUNDS

## Player Name            FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF  TP  A TO BLK S MIN

02 Lani Cabral-Pini.... *  4-8    1-2    3-4    3  1  4   0  12  1  1  0  3  24

04 Courtnie Leakeas.... *  4-11   0-0    4-4    1  5  6   0  12  2  1  0  4  28

10 Jodi Fralick........ *  2-11   0-0    2-4    2  2  4   1   6  8  2  0  0  24

14 Kaitlin Laquerre.... *  3-5    0-0    0-0    4  2  6   2   6  2  1  1  0  26

33 Kelly Harrington.... *  2-8    1-3    2-2    1  2  3   2   7  0  1  0  1  17

23 Christina DiGiorgio.    3-9    1-2    0-0    1  5  6   6   7  2  0  0  2  29

24 Hailee Lowe.........    4-8    0-0    4-6    2  6  8   4  12  0  4  3  4  26

44 Christine Buchanan..    2-10   0-0    3-4    5  5 10   1   7  1  0  0  1  26

   TEAM................                         2     2

   Totals..............   24-70   3-7   18-24  21 28 49  16  69 16 10  4 15 200

 

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 12-36 33.3%   2nd Half: 12-34 35.3%   Game: 34.3%  DEADB

3-Pt. FG% 1st Half:  0-2   0.0%   2nd Half:  3-5  60.0%   Game: 42.9%   REBS

F Throw % 1st Half:  5-8  62.5%   2nd Half: 13-16 81.3%   Game: 75.0%    2

 

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HOME TEAM: Newbury College 0-17

                          TOT-FG  3-PT         REBOUNDS

## Player Name            FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF  TP  A TO BLK S MIN

10 Jessica Lightfoot... *  5-17   5-9    0-0    0  2  2   3  15  0  2  0  0  40

24 Taraja Laws......... *  2-6    0-0    2-2    4 10 14   4   6  1  1  2  1  32

30 Jessie Laliberty.... *  4-8    0-0    4-8    3  8 11   2  12  2  7  0  2  40

31 Jeanellys Susana.... *  0-3    0-0    1-2    4  2  6   4   1  2  5  0  0  30

5  Katelyn Mark........ *  1-11   0-2    1-2    0  5  5   2   3  2  7  0  0  40

21 Laura Luna..........    1-3    0-1    2-2    1  0  1   0   4  0  2  0  0  18

   TEAM................                            2  2

   Totals..............   13-48   5-12  10-16  12 29 41  15  41  7 24  2  3 200

 

TOTAL FG% 1st Half:  6-26 23.1%   2nd Half:  7-22 31.8%   Game: 27.1%  DEADB

3-Pt. FG% 1st Half:  2-7  28.6%   2nd Half:  3-5  60.0%   Game: 41.7%   REBS

F Throw % 1st Half:  3-5  60.0%   2nd Half:  7-11 63.6%   Game: 62.5%    1

 

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Officials:

Technical fouls: Lesley University-None. Newbury College-None.

Attendance: 71

Score by Periods                1st  2nd   Total

Lesley University.............   29   40  -   69

Newbury College...............   17   24  -   41


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Re: Independent Schools
« Reply #4 on: February 17, 2007, 07:56:05 pm »
WOW good to see SVC making all the changes, not that it matters they are still 3-19 with two games left and i will be surprised if they win those. Guess it doesn't matter who you get to coach. Keep changing coaches it makes for great consistency!!!!!!!!   I still think the former coach still has the most wins up there with 6 in a season. Whewhoooooo. They actually might be able to beat a few Junior Varsity Teams. Maybe with a New Athletic Director things will change. Too bad the former AD was forced out, now who do we as fans look to for chewing tobacco.


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« Reply #6 on: November 18, 2007, 10:37:09 am »
Once again.... SVC changes coaches this year. OOPSSSS same results they lose by more than 50 in the Utica tournament scoring only 19 points. They will have yet another long season. It's a shame LOL