NOVEMBER 14 RECAPS

Another coaching milestone, plus three games decided by a deuce

NOVEMBER 13 RECAPS

St. Anselm prevails in region's first conference game, STAC hangs on, More late magic for UDC

NOVEMBER 8-9-10 RECAPS

Three coaches earn first wins, Regional champs and runners-up sweep, Three schools tie or set 3-pointer records in busy opening weekend

Standings

Northeast Division


2019-20 NE10 Northeast Men's Basketball Standings

Institution Conf All
Saint Anselm 1-0 3-0
Assumption 0-0 3-0
Bentley 0-0 2-0
Southern N.H. 0-0 2-0
Franklin Pierce 0-0 1-1
Stonehill 0-0 1-1
St. Michael's 0-1 2-1

Southwest Division


2019-20 NE10 Southwest Men's Basketball Standings

Institution Conf All
Adelphi 0-0 2-0
Pace 0-0 2-0
American Int'l 0-0 2-1
Le Moyne 0-0 1-1
Saint Rose 0-0 1-1
Southern Conn. St. 0-0 1-2
New Haven 0-0 0-0
Stat Leaders
stat/leader
Points per game
D Mallory
Jefferson
27.0
M Webb
Bentley
25.0
B Griffin
Mercy
25.0
P Wejnert
Pace
24.5
S Sylla
Saint Rose
24.5
A Sischo
Daemen
24.4
N Corbett
Molloy
24.0
Z Wright
Felician
23.7
C Seaforth
Southern Conn. St.
22.5
J Head
Wilmington (Del.)
22.3
Complete Leaders

Rebounds per game
A Sischo
Daemen
14.8
M Lajeunesse
Bloomfield
13.5
S Sylla
Saint Rose
12.0
C Murphy
USciences
11.7
B Griffin
Mercy
11.3
T Brown
Le Moyne
11.0
S Montague
Southern N.H.
11.0
P Pavlidis
Molloy
11.0
P Wejnert
Pace
10.5
D Mallory
Jefferson
10.5
Complete Leaders

FG
A Sischo
Daemen
44-68
B Griffin
Mercy
28-47
D Mallory
Jefferson
25-38
J Head
Wilmington (Del.)
24-51
M Livingston
Goldey-Beacom
23-44
Z Wright
Felician
22-42
J Guzman
St. Michael's
22-30
S Sylla
Saint Rose
21-31
A Nasseri
Roberts Wesleyan
21-40
M Kelly
Assumption
20-33
Complete Leaders

FG Pct
X Golding
American Int'l
88.9
G Venable
American Int'l
86.7
M Ringel
Georgian Court
75.0
J Guzman
St. Michael's
73.3
C Long
Southern N.H.
72.7
S Stankiewicz
Bentley
72.7
M Johnson
Post
70.0
C Hudson
Bentley
68.2
T Leavell
Le Moyne
68.0
J West
Goldey-Beacom
67.9
Complete Leaders

3PT
Z Wright
Felician
17-30
J Guzman
St. Michael's
14-18
J Redband
Daemen
12-25
T Ginyard
Dominican (N.Y.)
11-17
R Clark
Roberts Wesleyan
11-22
J Jackson
Felician
10-26
M Tention
Saint Anselm
10-18
T Arbuckle
Saint Anselm
10-24
M Kelly
Assumption
10-20
D Porcic
Concordia (N.Y.)
9-25
Complete Leaders

3PT Pct
T Whyte
Assumption
100.0
J Serrano
Dominican (N.Y.)
100.0
M Lajeunesse
Bloomfield
100.0
D Julius
Bloomfield
100.0
J Sanders
Southern N.H.
83.3
C Long
Southern N.H.
83.3
J Guzman
St. Michael's
77.8
T McKenith
Bloomfield
75.0
I Holmes
Post
66.7
J Noel
Jefferson
66.7
Complete Leaders

FT
A Sischo
Daemen
33-49
V Covington
Caldwell
26-30
P Wejnert
Pace
17-23
D Roberts
St. Thomas Aquinas
17-18
J Jackson
Felician
15-19
J Wallace
Daemen
15-18
A Lee
Roberts Wesleyan
15-17
A Cooper
Caldwell
14-17
B Griffin
Mercy
14-20
A Warrick
Chestnut Hill
13-19
Complete Leaders

FT Pct
D Rodwell
Dominican (N.Y.)
100.0
T Washington
Saint Rose
100.0
K Randolph
Holy Family
100.0
C Adams
Pace
100.0
J Head
Wilmington (Del.)
100.0
D Floyd
Georgian Court
100.0
M Boen
Stonehill
100.0
A Fowlkes
New York Tech
100.0
K Richard
Southern Conn. St.
100.0
N Amos
Felician
100.0
Complete Leaders

Points
A Sischo
Daemen
122
B Griffin
Mercy
75
Z Wright
Felician
71
J Head
Wilmington (Del.)
67
J Guzman
St. Michael's
67
M Livingston
Goldey-Beacom
65
J Jackson
Felician
59
R Clark
Roberts Wesleyan
56
D Roberts
St. Thomas Aquinas
55
M Kelly
Assumption
55
Complete Leaders

Total rebounds
A Sischo
Daemen
74
C Murphy
USciences
35
B Griffin
Mercy
34
A Nasseri
Roberts Wesleyan
31
D McRae
Felician
28
A White jr.
Concordia (N.Y.)
27
M Lajeunesse
Bloomfield
27
E Barrett
Chestnut Hill
26
D Cuffey
Mercy
25
A Jackson
Saint Anselm
25
Complete Leaders

Assists
J Mello-Klein
Bentley
24
D Evans
Saint Anselm
18
T Arbuckle
Saint Anselm
15
P Fleming
Assumption
14
B Harris
Daemen
14
M Tention
Saint Anselm
14
M Kelly
Assumption
14
T Jackson III
St. Michael's
13
N Derry
Goldey-Beacom
13
A Sischo
Daemen
13
Complete Leaders

Steals
J Williams
Dist. Columbia
9
J Jackson
Felician
9
G Singleton
St. Thomas Aquinas
8
J Burgess
Dominican (N.Y.)
7
J Redband
Daemen
7
I Gaiter
Assumption
7
P Hicks
Nyack
7
S Sylla
Saint Rose
6
M Livingston
Goldey-Beacom
6
J Colon
Dist. Columbia
6
Complete Leaders

Blocks
J West
Goldey-Beacom
11
A Sischo
Daemen
11
A Nasseri
Roberts Wesleyan
8
D Evans
Saint Anselm
6
G Jones
Southern Conn. St.
6
B Griffin
Mercy
6
A White jr.
Concordia (N.Y.)
5
A Smith
Dist. Columbia
4
A Jackson
Saint Anselm
4
K Brown
St. Michael's
4
Complete Leaders

Minutes
A Sischo
Daemen
184
J Sarkis
Daemen
168
J Wallace
Daemen
159
J Redband
Daemen
156
A Lee
Roberts Wesleyan
110
B Griffin
Mercy
110
T Norwood
Wilmington (Del.)
107
D Evans
Saint Anselm
106
M Tention
Saint Anselm
105
R Clark
Roberts Wesleyan
105
Complete Leaders

Upcoming Events
15 Nov
New York Tech at Hofstra
15 Nov
Southwest Minn. St. vs. Stonehill
@ Duluth, Minn. (Romano Gymnasium)
15 Nov
Indiana (Pa.) at Le Moyne
16 Nov
Georgian Court at UMBC
16 Nov
Shippensburg at Wilmington (Del.)
16 Nov
West Liberty St. at Daemen
16 Nov
Franklin Pierce at Goldey-Beacom
16 Nov
Assumption at Nyack
16 Nov
Bloomfield at Dist. Columbia
16 Nov
Bloomsburg at Felician
16 Nov
Mercy at Post
16 Nov
St. Thomas Aquinas at Holy Family
16 Nov
Concordia (N.Y.) at Pace
16 Nov
Lock Haven at Chestnut Hill
16 Nov
Saint Rose vs. Caldwell
@ Dominican College Classic - Orangeburg, NY
16 Nov
Jefferson at Queens (N.Y.)
16 Nov
Stonehill at Minn. Duluth
16 Nov
St. Michael's at Dominican (N.Y.)
Results
14 Nov
67 Edinboro
65 at Roberts Wesleyan
14 Nov
88 Nyack
80 at New York Tech
14 Nov
87 Wilmington (Del.)
98 at Millersville
14 Nov
65 Mercyhurst
67 at Daemen
14 Nov
82 Lincoln (Pa.)
84 at Holy Family
13 Nov
77 St. Thomas Aquinas
73 at Goldey-Beacom
13 Nov
72 St. Michael's
93 at Saint Anselm
13 Nov
74 American Int'l
62 at Queens (N.Y.)
13 Nov
67 Southern Conn. St.
78 at Caldwell
13 Nov
94 USciences
84 at Kutztown
13 Nov
98 Felician
80 at Mercy
13 Nov
72 Chestnut Hill
78 at Dist. Columbia
13 Nov
86 Assumption
61 at Concordia (N.Y.)
Game Recaps

NOVEMBER 14 RECAPS

Three of the five games played in the region on Thursday were decided by a deuce, and we begin the rundown with a milestone in the City of Brotherly Love:

HOLY FAMILY 84 LINCOLN 82

Ryan Haigh earned his first head coaching win as Holy Family held off Lincoln (PA) at the Campus Center. Five double-figure scorers highlighted an extremely balanced scoresheet as the Tigers took control with a 19-6 run that flipped a 51-49 deficit into a 68-57 lead with 8:11 to play. The Lions - who were led by Deonta Dunlap's 21-point explosion off the bench (exclusively on 7-of-10 shooting from 3-point range) - used an 18-9 counter-run to climb within a basket (77-75) after a jumper by Zahrion Blue (20 points, 10 rebounds, eight assists) with 3:40 left. They would get no closer, however, as Eric Esposito (14 points, six rebounds in a reserve role) nailed a jumper and Devon Moore a three-ball to quell the momentum. Brendan Hoban iced the game with a pair of free throws at the six-second mark, relegating Blue's closing 3-pointer a mere footnote. Hoban, Moore and Vincenzo Dalessandro all recorded 13 points and six rebounds, while Branden Aughburns also scored a baker's dozen. Haigh had been an assistant at Holy Family the last eight seasons and was one of the program's most outstanding players, racking up 1,679 points (fifth-most) from 2002-06 while also placing in the Top 10 in assists, steals and 3-pointers.

DAEMEN 67 MERCYHURST 65

A pair of schools situated on the shores of Lake Erie played a whale of a game in Buffalo. Breon Harris capped a frustrating, foul-plagued night with a tiebreaking basket at the 38-second juncture - his only hoop of the contest - that helped #22 Daemen shade Mercyhurst for its fourth straight win, snapping a five-game dry spell in the annual series as a result. Andrew Sischo (21 points, 8-12 FG, 11 rebounds) and Joey Wallace (18 points) did the heavy lifting for the Wildcats, who had last beaten the defending Atlantic Region champs, 69-63, on November 23, 2013. The game was super tight, with six ties, 14 lead changes and only a two-possession separation all night with the exception of one 31-second swath in the first half when the visitors opened up a 19-11 lead (five was the largest margin over the last 29:26). After Harris' leaner, Joel Ufele (16 points, six rebounds) had a chance to tie at the line with seven seconds remaining but could only muster one out of two. Jay Sarkis followed suit at the stripe with four seconds on the clock. On Mercyhurst's last possession, MiyKah McIntosh (10 points, all in the second half) caught the inbounds pass, speed-dribbled upcourt and launched a right-wing three for the win that rolled off the rim as time expired. Kyle Harris (11 bench points on 5-of-5 shooting) and Sarkis (10 points, 2-2 from 3) also made impacts for Daemen, which won despite being outshot from the floor (51%-46%). Coincidentally, the Wildcats' only loss this season came at the hands of defending national champion Northwest Missouri State, which ended Mercyhurst's dream season at the Elite-8 last March. 

EDINBORO 67 ROBERTS WESLEYAN 65

Just 58 miles East on the Thruway in Rochester, Roberts Wesleyan found itself on the short end of a two-point game vs. a PSAC West school, falling to Edinboro (PA) thanks to Turner Kurt's bank shot in the paint with 15 seconds to go that put the Fighting Scots on top to stay at 66-65. Another air-tight contest saw the visitors enjoy the largest lead of the night at 49-40 with 13-and-a-half minutes left. It was 56-50 when the Redhawks rattled off an 8-0 spurt to nose in front, 58-56 on an Armon Nasseri basket with 6:15 to play. That would be the first of eight lead changes down the stretch (along with three ties), with Roberts unable to get a winning shot off in its final possession. Jaryn Simpson totaled 18 points and four assists for Edinboro, which was the more accurate shooting club (43%-34%). Nasseri paced the Redhawks with 24 points and career-best 17 rebounds, while Reggie Clark chimed in with 17 points in a losing cause.

NYACK 88 NEW YORK TECH 80

Kennith Ford led five in double digits with 22 points (8-11 FG, 2-2 from distance) in carrying Nyack past New York Tech at Recreation Hall. After seven first-half lead swaps, the Warriors rode a 10-0 wave to surge in front for good at 30-24 with 4:15 remaining till halftime. The lead was 56-51 just over nine minutes into the second when Luis Escobar (10 points off the bench) drilled a triple to kick off a 24-11 burst and put the visitors in the driver's seat at 80-62 with 3:21 on the clock. The Bears - who were powered by Jeffrey Hayden (27 points, nine rebounds, five assists) and Brandon Redendo (18 points in reserve duty) - trimmed the deficit to 86-80 on a Hayden 3-ball, but with three seconds to play, it was too little, too late. Curtis Thompson racked up 20 points (8-10 FG) off the bench for Nyack, which also received solid outings from Thomas Nolan (11 points) and Perris Hicks (10). The Warriors were the superior shooters (50%-41%) and outscored their hosts 16-7 off turnovers. The game got chippy in the second half as two players were ejected: one for a flagrant foul and another for throwing a punch.

MILLERSVILLE 98 WILMINGTON 87

Jayden Faulkner amassed 30 points, seven rebounds and seven assists to lead five in twin figures as Millersville (PA) won a track meet vs. Wilmington at Pucillo Gym, snapping a three-year skid in the series. The Marauders trailed just once on the evening (3-2) before racing out to a 39-24 lead. A 22-7 second-half run stretched the gap to 66-47 in the second before the Wildcats countered with a 20-9 upswing to get within striking distance at 75-67 following a Tyler Norwood basket in the paint with 5:53 left. That's as close as the Cats would get, however, despite noteworthy efforts from Jermaine Head (27 points, four assists), Norwood (17 points, six rebounds), Jordan Harding (13 points) and Danny Walsh (12 points on 5-of-7 shooting). Millersville shot it better (56%-45%) and dished out nearly three times as many assists (19-7).

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