|Vermont's Brian Voelkel|
Friday Dec. 14
Maine 67, at Army 96
Saturday Dec. 15
Hartford 58, at Rice 51
Sunday Dec. 16
Quinnipiac 62, at Boston U. 69
New Hampshire 59, at Boston College 61
Maine 69, at Marist 94
Vermont 58, at Niagara 68
A triple from John Papale with six seconds left sent Boston U. into overtime versus Quinnipiac. The Terriers went on to win behind Papale's team leading 16 points.
Yolonzo Moore II and Mark Nwakamma both had 13 points for Hartford on Saturday while shooting a combined 53 percent from the field.
In a loss to Marist on Sunday, Maine had four scorers reach double digits, led by Justin Edwards and his 23 points.
New Hampshire nearly beat Boston College thanks to 21 points from Ferg Myrick. It is the third time in the last five games that Myrick has gone for 20 or more.
Brian Voelkel had 14 points and 10 boards for Vermont in a loss yesterday. After not reaching double figures once in his first seven games, Voelkel has gone for 14 points twice in his last three games.
|Hartford's Ruthanne Doherty|
Saturday, Dec. 15
Binghamton 45, at Syracuse 68
St. Peter's 41, at Stony Brook 63
Albany 79, at Delaware St. 57
Sunday, Dec. 16
Quinnipiac 61, at Hartford 67
Vermont 30, at Oklahoma St. 83
Shereesha Richards became the fifth different player to lead Albany in scoring this year, as her 16 points and eight rebounds helped the Great Danes with their sixth straight game.
Binghamton's Jasbriell Swain had 10 rebounds versus Syracuse, bringing her average up to 7.5 per game for the season.
Ruthanne Doherty led Hartford with 21 points on an extremely efficient 10 of 16 shooting performance. She is the first Hawk to reach the 20 point plateau this season.
With four treys off the bench, Dani Klupenger has now made the fifth-most three-pointers in Stony Brook history with 77.
Vermont native Kylie Atwood led the Catamounts in scoring for the first time this season in a tough road loss against Oklahoma St.
The Albany Times Union has a story on Jacob Iati, who continues to prove people wrong.
The Capital Gazette tells the story of UMBC men's basketball assistant coach Brian Johnson.
From Newsday, Stony Brook Athletic Director Jim Fiore learned it all from his father.
The year's final men's soccer poll had UMBC in the top 30. A great season for the Retrievers.
The Hartt School of Music at Hartford is holding a benefit concert for Newtown, Conn. Our thoughts continue to be with the town's residents as they begin the road to recovery.
Just one game tonight, as New Hampshire hosts Wagner in women's basketball starting at 7 p.m.