Standings

Northeast Division


2019-20 NE10 Women's Basketball Northeast Standings

Institution Conf All
Saint Anselm 1-0 3-0
Southern N.H. 0-0 4-1
Franklin Pierce 0-0 3-1
Stonehill 0-0 3-1
Assumption 0-0 2-2
Bentley 0-0 2-2
St. Michael's 0-1 4-1

Southwest Division


2019-20 NE10 Women's Basketball Southwest Standings

Institution Conf All
Adelphi 0-0 4-0
New Haven 0-0 3-0
Southern Conn. St. 0-0 4-1
Pace 0-0 3-1
Saint Rose 0-0 3-1
Le Moyne 0-0 3-2
American Int'l 0-0 1-3
Stat Leaders
stat/leader
Points per game
S Ryan
Saint Anselm
30.0
J Atchison
Georgian Court
26.3
J Dellisanti
Pace
21.0
A Brown
Mercy
19.6
S Holmes
Franklin Pierce
18.3
K Given
Nyack
18.0
M Thomas
Dist. Columbia
17.5
K Steinauer
Southern Conn. St.
17.3
K Dickson
Molloy
17.0
A Williams
Jefferson
16.6
Complete Leaders

Rebounds per game
S Ryan
Saint Anselm
15.3
K Steinauer
Southern Conn. St.
12.5
T Miller
St. Michael's
12.4
N Fedullo
Saint Rose
10.5
T Falayi
Assumption
10.0
L Edringer
Adelphi
9.8
S Lee
Georgian Court
9.7
I Krakic
Georgian Court
9.3
E Miller
Roberts Wesleyan
9.2
B Purcell
St. Michael's
9.0
Complete Leaders

FG
S Ryan
Saint Anselm
38-57
J Gee
Dominican (N.Y.)
35-76
A Brown
Mercy
35-68
J Dellisanti
Pace
31-51
C White
Daemen
29-61
K Titus
Daemen
29-49
R Adams
St. Thomas Aquinas
29-41
K Steinauer
Southern Conn. St.
29-46
R Brown
Queens (N.Y.)
28-59
N Anderson
St. Michael's
28-66
Complete Leaders

FG Pct
T Pagan
Post
81.8
R Adams
St. Thomas Aquinas
70.7
J Cruse
Nyack
70.0
A Flores
Post
68.8
S Ryan
Saint Anselm
66.7
A Deshaies
New Haven
66.7
M Ehling
Holy Family
64.3
K Murphy
Adelphi
63.9
E Preston
St. Thomas Aquinas
63.3
K Steinauer
Southern Conn. St.
63.0
Complete Leaders

3PT
Z Thomas
St. Thomas Aquinas
17-41
H Philo
Queens (N.Y.)
15-33
L Crim
Chestnut Hill
15-42
F Stephens
Adelphi
14-29
K Andrews
Wilmington (Del.)
14-37
M Terry
Southern N.H.
14-35
M Thomas
Dist. Columbia
14-45
G Carter
Stonehill
14-30
N Anderson
St. Michael's
13-37
J Vitelli
USciences
13-34
Complete Leaders

3PT Pct
J Encarnacion
Nyack
100.0
K Nichols
Post
100.0
M Ehling
Holy Family
71.4
S Haines
Post
66.7
D Dockery
Holy Family
66.7
M Spinks
Saint Anselm
57.1
L Hackett
Pace
57.1
M Haney
Jefferson
55.6
D Perry
American Int'l
55.6
A Mumford
Bloomfield
54.5
Complete Leaders

FT
L Jackson
Dist. Columbia
27-34
J Atchison
Georgian Court
23-25
J Whitsitt
Wilmington (Del.)
22-32
E Miller
Roberts Wesleyan
21-26
G Russell
Southern N.H.
21-27
J Dellisanti
Pace
21-28
K Guerra
Dominican (N.Y.)
21-32
A Brown
Mercy
20-31
J Fressle
Southern Conn. St.
19-24
I Ye
USciences
19-21
Complete Leaders

FT Pct
L Dollard
Saint Rose
100.0
E Keehfuss
Jefferson
100.0
G Carter
Stonehill
100.0
S Hopkins
Concordia (N.Y.)
100.0
B Capacchione
Assumption
94.1
S Holmes
Franklin Pierce
93.8
J Camarda
Adelphi
92.3
J Atchison
Georgian Court
92.0
J Roche
Southern N.H.
91.7
I Ye
USciences
90.5
Complete Leaders

Points
A Brown
Mercy
98
S Ryan
Saint Anselm
90
J Dellisanti
Pace
84
J Gee
Dominican (N.Y.)
83
A Williams
Jefferson
83
J Whitsitt
Wilmington (Del.)
81
I Ye
USciences
79
J Atchison
Georgian Court
79
Z Thomas
St. Thomas Aquinas
77
L Crim
Chestnut Hill
75
Complete Leaders

Total rebounds
T Miller
St. Michael's
62
K Steinauer
Southern Conn. St.
50
E Miller
Roberts Wesleyan
46
S Ryan
Saint Anselm
46
B Purcell
St. Michael's
45
T Jackson
Wilmington (Del.)
45
K Athias
New York Tech
45
R Brown
Queens (N.Y.)
44
L Miller
Chestnut Hill
44
N Fedullo
Saint Rose
42
Complete Leaders

Assists
B Purcell
St. Michael's
49
M Roberts
Le Moyne
30
K Murphy
Adelphi
28
C Sebold
Chestnut Hill
25
E Preston
St. Thomas Aquinas
25
A Timberlake
Southern N.H.
22
A Merritt
Dominican (N.Y.)
20
K Wall
Mercy
20
K Shaw
Stonehill
19
K Ramseur
Dominican (N.Y.)
18
Complete Leaders

Steals
K Murphy
Adelphi
17
K Steinauer
Southern Conn. St.
17
H Meinel
Jefferson
16
I Wheeler
Southern Conn. St.
16
A Jeune
Daemen
15
Z Thomas
St. Thomas Aquinas
15
R Francis
Molloy
13
G Perez
Molloy
12
T McIntyre
Saint Rose
12
J Heinold
Daemen
11
Complete Leaders

Blocks
L Edringer
Adelphi
15
T Miller
St. Michael's
13
K Athias
New York Tech
9
I Krakic
Georgian Court
8
E Miller
Roberts Wesleyan
8
J Gee
Dominican (N.Y.)
8
K Titus
Daemen
8
A Breunig
St. Michael's
8
S Ryan
Saint Anselm
8
J Zimmerman
Le Moyne
7
Complete Leaders

Minutes
A Williams
Jefferson
191
I Wheeler
Southern Conn. St.
187
B Moxley
Queens (N.Y.)
185
R Brown
Queens (N.Y.)
183
K Guerra
Dominican (N.Y.)
183
J Whitsitt
Wilmington (Del.)
180
S Frierson
New York Tech
176
K Andrews
Wilmington (Del.)
175
H Philo
Queens (N.Y.)
174
Z Amalbert
New York Tech
171
Complete Leaders

Upcoming Events
21 Nov
Felician at Pace
21 Nov
Dist. Columbia at Holy Family
Results
20 Nov
90 St. Thomas Aquinas
65 at Georgian Court
20 Nov
47 Bloomfield
64 at New Haven
20 Nov
57 Edinboro
64 at Daemen
20 Nov
42 Caldwell
70 at Dominican (N.Y.)
20 Nov
70 Bloomsburg
58 at Chestnut Hill
20 Nov
53 American Int'l
70 at Post
20 Nov
55 Southern Conn. St.
69 at New York Tech
20 Nov
59 Southern N.H.
48 at Queens (N.Y.)
20 Nov
79 Wilmington (Del.)
83 at Mercy
20 Nov
63 Bridgeport
77 at Sacred Heart
19 Nov
64 Le Moyne
43 at Roberts Wesleyan
19 Nov
57 Mansfield
70 at Nyack
19 Nov
89 Pace
53 at Concordia (N.Y.)
19 Nov
65 Kutztown
61 at Jefferson
18 Nov
66 Bentley
81 at Nova Southeastern
Game Recaps

Women's Game Recaps #7 - 11/19/19

  • Tuesday’s action saw the NE10 go 2-0 and the CACC split with the PSAC…
  • Briana Wong tallied a career-best 25 points (10-13 FG, 4-4 3FG) and dished out six assists to lead Pace to an 89-53 win at Concordia. Her performance was part of a strong shooting effort from the Setters (51% FG; 8-20 3FG) as they led virtually all the way. After posting a modest 13-9 lead after one frame, Pace tossed in the first fourteen points of the second period to stretch the gap to 27-9 and they pulled into the half on top, 41-21. A 13-2 run highlighted a big third period as they blew the game open to the tune of a 71-36 advantage. Over the second and third quarters Pace dropped in 58 points while shooting 22-29 from the field (almost 76%), holding the Clippers to just 27 points over the same span. Jackie DelliSanti (15 points, 6 boards) and Lauren Hackett (14 points) added depth for Pace, which defended well enough to keep the Clippers at 32% from the floor and 5-23 from three-point land. Nicole Nicholson led Concordia with 16 points yet could not prevent their seventh straight loss, tied with Bridgeport for the longest current slide in the region.
  • Le Moyne dominated the fourth quarter to repel Roberts Wesleyan, 64-43, riding an 18-0 bomb to create a comfortable lead in the late going. Until then the Redhawks stayed right with the Dolphins despite LC leading all the way. A 32-25 halftime lead for Le Moyne was trimmed to 42-38 after three periods but they did score the last hoop of the third quarter, presaging their killer run. Once it was finished they led 58-38 with 5:14 to go and they eventually battered RWC 22-5 in the fourth stanza, during which they made 8-12 shots and kept the Redhawks to a 2-14 showing at the other end. Emma Brinker led the Dolphins with a personal-best 23 points (9-12 FG, 5-6 FT) while Liz Millea (15 points) and McKayla Roberts (11 points, 9 boards, 9 dimes) played key roles in support. Emily Miller (13 points, 7 caroms) topped the RWC scoring but they were second-best from the field (LC, 44%-31% FG), at the line (LC 11-13; RWC 4-4 FT) and off the glass (LC, 43-29), snapping a two-game upturn.
  • Zoe Zerman’s three-pointer with 1:24 left put Kutztown ahead to stay in their 65-61 win over Jefferson in one of the PSAC-CACC clashes on Tuesday. The Golden Bears (1-3) and the Rams were never separated by more than five points in this hard-fought contest with each team enjoying brief moments in the ascendancy. KU led 38-36 at the break but the Rams rallied to go ahead after three periods, 51-49. An 8-0 spurt keyed by Rylee Derr (22 points, 6 boards, 5 assists; 5-8 3FG) sent Kutztown into a 59-55 lead with 3:53 left but Jefferson quickly tied the game at 59 (2:44), an Alynna Williams (11 points) trey doing the honors. Zerman broke the deadlock for keeps, although Maddie Haney’s (13 points; 3-3 3FG) basket drew Jefferson within 62-61 at the 1:02 mark. Derr dropped in three foul shots in the remaining time to lock it up for the Golden Bears and get them into the win column for the first time this season. Haley Meinel led the Rams scoring with 14 points.
  • A boffo fourth quarter did the trick for Nyack in their 70-57 win over Mansfield in the other PSAC-CACC tilt, as the Warriors put up a 10-2 run (including a trio of three-pointers) to begin the period, turning a two-point game into a 57-47 lead. The surge eventually morphed into a 19-7 run (66-52, 1:14), giving Nyack a chance to enjoy the final moments. Jasmine Cruse (18 points, 15 boards; 7-8 FG, 4-6 FT) sparkled for the Warriors and solid work from Yamalis Vilegas (13 points) and Kyla Given (12 points, 8 boards) backed her up as they ruled the backboards (50-24) against the Mountaineers (2-2). Sydney Reed (12 points) topped a trio of double figure scorers for Mansfield but it wasn’t enough to stem the Warriors fourth quarter onslaught.
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