FEBRUARY 21 RECAPS

Molloy bolsters playoff position; Mercy stays within striking distance

FEBRUARY 21 RECAPS

Molloy bolsters playoff position; Mercy stays within striking distance

FEBRUARY 20 RECAPS

St. Anselm earns top spot in regional rankings, clinches division title; Adelphi gains Southwest lead

FEBRUARY 19 RECAPS

Bloomfield wins battle for first in the CACC North while Jefferson clinches the South

Standings

Northeast Division


2018-19 NE10 Northeast Men's Basketball Standings

Institution Conf All
Saint Anselm 16-3 20-4
Merrimack 12-7 17-9
Bentley 11-8 18-8
Franklin Pierce 10-9 14-12
Stonehill 8-11 14-12
Southern N.H. 8-11 12-12
St. Michael's 4-15 7-17
Assumption 2-17 6-20

Southwest Division


2018-19 NE10 Southwest Men's Basketball Standings

Institution Conf All
Adelphi 13-6 19-8
New Haven 12-6 17-7
LeMoyne 12-6 15-8
Southern Ct. St. 11-8 16-11
Pace 9-9 15-11
American Int'l 6-12 10-16
Saint Rose 6-12 9-16
Stat Leaders
stat/leader
Points per game
A Ortiz-Traylor
LIU Post
27.3
R Richmond
Bentley
24.1
J Head
Wilmington (Del.)
23.0
A Sischo
Daemen
22.2
T Guers
Saint Anselm
21.7
I McLeod
Southern Conn. St.
21.6
D Andrews
Southern N.H.
21.1
L Holmes III
St. Michael's
21.0
T Farrior
Wilmington (Del.)
20.9
C Bowser
Georgian Court
20.6
Complete Leaders

Rebounds per game
B Griffin
Mercy
11.3
K Green
Bloomfield
10.8
A Sischo
Daemen
10.4
D Mallory
Jefferson
9.8
A Ortiz-Traylor
LIU Post
9.7
S Montague
Southern N.H.
9.0
T Kerr
USciences
9.0
R Williams
Felician
9.0
T Brown
Le Moyne
8.9
L Beesley
Southern Conn. St.
8.5
Complete Leaders

FG
A Ortiz-Traylor
LIU Post
223-543
R Richmond
Bentley
207-423
A Sischo
Daemen
193-320
J Hayes
Merrimack
193-366
I McLeod
Southern Conn. St.
183-356
J Head
Wilmington (Del.)
182-385
B Griffin
Mercy
180-328
D Mallory
Jefferson
179-330
D Andrews
Southern N.H.
177-411
E Bailey
New Haven
177-379
Complete Leaders

FG Pct
N Cambio
Adelphi
68.7
L Beesley
Southern Conn. St.
66.2
I Joyner
Merrimack
62.7
A Sischo
Daemen
60.3
Q Lane
New Haven
59.6
M Ringel
Georgian Court
58.9
K Felizor
New Haven
57.4
J Toussaint
Roberts Wesleyan
57.4
C Asuncion-Byrd
Le Moyne
56.6
P Hickson
Jefferson
56.4
Complete Leaders

3PT
J Laffey
Adelphi
82-186
R Silva
Adelphi
81-178
R Boulter
Merrimack
80-199
K Washington
Bloomfield
75-213
I McLeod
Southern Conn. St.
75-162
C Seaforth
Southern Conn. St.
72-178
J Colon
Dist. Columbia
72-173
J Redband
Daemen
70-146
L Holmes III
St. Michael's
68-150
D Rodwell
Dominican (N.Y.)
66-160
Complete Leaders

3PT Pct
R Clark
Roberts Wesleyan
49.1
J Redband
Daemen
47.9
B Twitty
Stonehill
47.9
R Roland
Le Moyne
46.3
T Guers
Saint Anselm
46.3
I McLeod
Southern Conn. St.
46.3
R Silva
Adelphi
45.5
L Holmes III
St. Michael's
45.3
B Kolek
Franklin Pierce
44.9
C Russo
Southern N.H.
44.4
Complete Leaders

FT
R Richmond
Bentley
161-180
P Wejnert
Pace
155-228
J Head
Wilmington (Del.)
141-182
C Jenkins
Molloy
119-166
A Ortiz-Traylor
LIU Post
118-153
T Guers
Saint Anselm
118-136
D Andrews
Southern N.H.
112-159
C Taite
Goldey-Beacom
111-128
B Jacobs
Pace
110-135
A Sischo
Daemen
100-136
Complete Leaders

FT Pct
L Holmes III
St. Michael's
90.1
I McLeod
Southern Conn. St.
89.5
R Richmond
Bentley
89.4
T Ginyard
Dominican (N.Y.)
88.6
K Ives
Southern Conn. St.
88.6
K Nwandu
Le Moyne
87.2
K Murrell
St. Thomas Aquinas
86.9
T Guers
Saint Anselm
86.8
C Taite
Goldey-Beacom
86.7
D Bourne
Jefferson
86.7
Complete Leaders

Points
A Ortiz-Traylor
LIU Post
629
R Richmond
Bentley
627
J Head
Wilmington (Del.)
553
I McLeod
Southern Conn. St.
518
D Andrews
Southern N.H.
506
T Guers
Saint Anselm
498
A Sischo
Daemen
489
J Hayes
Merrimack
486
E Bailey
New Haven
485
W Moreton
Stonehill
484
Complete Leaders

Total rebounds
K Green
Bloomfield
269
B Griffin
Mercy
260
D Mallory
Jefferson
244
T Kerr
USciences
235
A Sischo
Daemen
228
A Ortiz-Traylor
LIU Post
223
W Moreton
Stonehill
219
C Hudson
Bentley
218
S Montague
Southern N.H.
217
P Wejnert
Pace
208
Complete Leaders

Assists
C Mcguinness
Adelphi
187
B Jacobs
Pace
166
J Hayes
Merrimack
164
K Ives
Southern Conn. St.
160
K Guerra
Jefferson
148
K Washington
Bloomfield
133
D Andrews
Southern N.H.
128
J Head
Wilmington (Del.)
127
T Guers
Saint Anselm
126
B Council
Georgian Court
126
Complete Leaders

Steals
J Hayes
Merrimack
102
J Head
Wilmington (Del.)
66
T Rogers
Post
65
C Jenkins
Molloy
53
B Jacobs
Pace
47
D Montague
Holy Family
46
J Garcia
Dominican (N.Y.)
44
D Fadojutimi
Franklin Pierce
43
A Harrison
Caldwell
43
G Jones
Goldey-Beacom
42
Complete Leaders

Blocks
B Griffin
Mercy
56
R Williams
Felician
53
C Onyeike
NYIT
47
I Joyner
Merrimack
46
M Lajeunesse
Bloomfield
41
D Fadojutimi
Franklin Pierce
40
A Ortiz-Traylor
LIU Post
38
A White jr.
Concordia (N.Y.)
38
S Montague
Southern N.H.
33
M Ringel
Georgian Court
31
Complete Leaders

Minutes
B Jacobs
Pace
1002
K Guerra
Jefferson
1000
R Richmond
Bentley
973
P Hickson
Jefferson
958
K Ives
Southern Conn. St.
952
J Head
Wilmington (Del.)
928
C Hudson
Bentley
927
P Casey
USciences
923
J Laffey
Adelphi
907
J Hayes
Merrimack
901
Complete Leaders

Upcoming Events
22 Feb
Daemen at St. Thomas Aquinas
23 Feb
Dominican (N.Y.) at Post
23 Feb
Caldwell at Nyack
23 Feb
Georgian Court at Holy Family
23 Feb
Wilmington (Del.) at Chestnut Hill
23 Feb
USciences at Goldey-Beacom
23 Feb
Jefferson at Bloomfield
23 Feb
Saint Rose at Le Moyne
23 Feb
Bentley at Merrimack
23 Feb
Mercy at LIU Post
23 Feb
Stonehill at Assumption
23 Feb
Concordia (N.Y.) at Felician
23 Feb
St. Michael's at Saint Anselm
23 Feb
Southern N.H. at Franklin Pierce
23 Feb
New Haven at American Int'l
23 Feb
Bridgeport at NYIT
23 Feb
Pace at Southern Conn. St.
Results
22 Feb
0 Roberts Wesleyan
0 at Dist. Columbia
21 Feb
73 NYIT
75 at Mercy
21 Feb
72 Molloy
56 at Queens (N.Y.)
20 Feb
77 Bentley
74 at St. Michael's
20 Feb
81 Franklin Pierce
76 at Assumption
20 Feb
67 Southern N.H.
71 at Saint Anselm
20 Feb
65 Stonehill
62 at Merrimack
20 Feb
74 Le Moyne
52 at Pace
20 Feb
72 American Int'l
73 at Saint Rose
20 Feb
75 Southern Conn. St.
81 at Adelphi
20 Feb
76 LIU Post
144 at Bridgeport
Game Recaps

FEBRUARY 21 RECAPS

A pair of ECC games postponed due to weather on Wednesday came to fruition on what would have been a quiet Thursday in the region. And in each case, the higher team in the standings prevailed:

MOLLOY 72 QUEENS 56

Curtis Jenkins generated 23 points (8-14 FG) and Mike Torre totaled 13 points with six rebounds, leading Molloy to a tidy victory over Queens in Flushing to solidify second place and the first-round bye that accompanies it. This one was all Lions as the visitors established a 27-17 halftime divide, then opened the second stanza with a 32-16 spell that put the game out of reach at 59-33 inside the eight-minute mark. The Knights – who were paced by Dwayne Henry’s 14 points and five steals – never came closer than 14 down the stretch as they fell into a virtual tie with idle District of Columbia for the sixth and final playoff spot with two games to go (four for UDC). Elijah Bovell (13 points off the bench) and Keenan Gorski (11 points, eight boards) provided adequate depth for Queens, though it wasn’t enough to overcome frigid 29% shooting (MC made half of its attempts). Molloy was better in the paint (34-14) and at the line (18-30 to 8-11), while the Knights made more noise from deep (8-31 to 2-7).

MERCY 75 NYIT 73

Mercy kept its postseason hopes alive after squeaking past New York Institute of Technology at Victory Hall to end a five-game slide. The Mavericks used a 15-5 second-half run to flip a 50-47 deficit into a 62-55 lead following Bryan Griffin’s traditional 3-point play with 8:10 to play. The Bears – who were fronted by Collins Onyeike’s 22 points (8-11 FG) and nine rebounds – twice shaved their deficit to one point in the waning seconds – the last occurrence at 74-73 on two Brandon Redondo free throws (his only points off the bench) with five seconds left. Korey Lee (seven points, six rebounds in a reserve role) was immediately fouled and converted one of two freebies to make it 75-73, then the freshman forward blocked Aaron Fowlkes’ potential tying lay-up out of bounds as the final horn sounded, consigning NYIT to its ninth consecutive setback. Sal Barbetto (21 points, four assists), Amir Atkins (20) and Griffin (15 points, 7-12 FG, eight caroms) carried the Mavs, who won despite being outrebounded (45-37), moving within a game and a half of the last playoff berth. Kieran Hamilton contributed 14 points and Marcus Saint-Furcy 11 with eight rebounds for the Bears, who torpedoed their chances by shooting a woeful 12-of-22 at the foul line (MC was 16-21). Both teams shot an identical 27-for-64 from the floor.

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