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College Sports Roundup: Rivier rallies to tip Norwich
Tom Poitras of Bow, a 6-foot-5 junior, scored 28 points to lead the Raiders, who trailed by seven points with 1:58 left in regulation.
Daniel Webster 51, Becker 39: Vanessa Bosques notched a game-high 20 points for DWC.
time in its last 11 outings, posting a 51-39 victory over Becker in a NECC matchup Thursday night at Mario Vagge Gymnasium.
Bosques drained four three-pointers and added seven rebounds and Emily Travis added 10 points, nine rebounds, five steals and four assists as the Eagles improved to 9-10 overall (9-3 NECC) after starting the season 0-8.
Ashley Giampetruzzi of Mancheste added eight points for the hosts.
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