Lyons extend their lead in the second half with an 11-0 run, en route to an 81-68 win; Four players score in double figures for the Leopards, including Stephen Azums who had game highs with 18 points and eight rebounds
Senior Sam Knollmeyer repeated as the CCC Defensive Player of the Year and also earned the league's senior scholar-athlete of the year award while senior Jason Ganley and sophomore Stephen Azums were each named Second Team All-CCC
Gordon sophomore Eric Demers scored 26 points to propel the Gordon College men’s basketball team over Wentworth Institute of Technology, 83-62, Tuesday evening in Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) action inside the Bennett Center.
Despite a game-high 26 points from senior Jason Ganley (Northbridge, Mass.), Eastern Nazarene outlasted Wentworth Institute of Technology, 68-65, in Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) men’s basketball action Saturday afternoon inside Lahue PE Center.
With four seconds remaining in regulation, senior Jason Ganley (Northbridge, Mass.) drained a three-pointer to lift the Wentworth Institute of Technology men’s basketball team over Salve Regina, 53-50, in a Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) matchup Saturday afternoon at the Rogers Recreation Center.
Junior Marcos Echevarria scored 19 of his game-high 26 points in the second half to help lead the Nichols College men’s basketball team over Wentworth Institute of Technology, 72-65, in Commonwealth Coast Conference action Saturday afternoon inside Tansey Gymnasium.
Despite a 17-point performance from sophomore Stephen Azums (Hyde Park, Mass.), the Wentworth men’s basketball team suffered a 76-56 defeat to Endicott College in Commonwealth Coast Conference action inside the Tansey on Saturday afternoon.
Leopards hold the Colonels scoreless over the final 5:07 - after Curry had tied the game at 49-all - in a 58-49 win; Jason Ganley nets a game-high 20 points, including seven straight to give Wentworth the lead for good
Eighth-ranked Panthers use a late run to build their lead back to double figures and hand the Leopards their first loss of the season, a 74-58 setback; Jason Ganley and Stephen Azums each score 19 points and each earn a spot on the all-tournament team