Nashua’s Hogan scores 25 in UNH women’s hoops setback
Senior guard Kelsey Hogan, of Nashua, registered a game-high 25 points on 9 of 14 shooting, but the University of New Hampshire women’s basketball team had its four-game winning streak snapped by Stony Brook University, 76-63, Sunday afternoon in Stony Brook, N.Y.
UNH falls to 14-9 overall and 8-2 in America East. The Seawolves improve to 17-7, 8-3.
Sophomore forward Corinne Coia registered double-digits scoring effort of 11 points. Junior guard Ariel Gaston chipped in six points, six rebounds and three steals.
The Seawolves recorded three scorers in double figures. Sabre Proctor led SBU with 21 points on 7 of 10 shooting. The junior forward was also 7-for-8 from the free throw line. Guards Miranda Jenkins and Kori Bayne-Walker pitched in scoring efforts of 17 and 10 respectively. Senior guard Chikilra Goodman corralled a game-high 12 boards.
St. Anselm 5, New England College 1: Bryan Sullivan and Peter Sikalis scored two goals each to lead the Hawks past NEC on Friday night.
The Hawks improved to 9-9-4, 5-7-4 in the ECAC East. NEC dropped to 14-7-1, 10-6-0 in the ECAC East.
Goalie Nick Dries stopped 27 shots for the victory. The Hawks outshot the Pilgrims, 41-29.
Stonehill 2, SNHU 1: Richard Harris scored with 24 seconds remaining in regulation to lift Stonehill to the Northeast-10 Conference victory on Saturday at the Ice Den in Hooksett.
John Humphrey scored for the Penmen, 13-8-1 overall, 5-4 in the Northeast 10 Conference. Stonehill are 9-0 in the NE-10, 14-9-0 overall.
Plymouth State 2, Fitchburg State 2: On Saturday in Plymouth, PSU earned its second tie in three nights. Mike Freitag and Tommy Dowell scored for the Panthers, and goalie Gordon Ceasar made 23 stops. Plymouth State is 9-10-2 overall, 7-5-2 in MASCAC play.
Track and field
Franklin Pierce University’s Antoine Gisore, of Concord, ran the Northeast-10 fastest time in the mile, and met the NCAA Championship provisional qualifying standard in the process, at the David Hemery Valentine Invitational in Boston on Saturday.
Gisore finished 55th in the mile at BU, with a time of 4:11.58, which will be converted to a 4:14.80 for NCAA purposes.
In the field events, FPU sophomore Chris Bohi, of Loudon, had the strongest showing of the day for FPU. His heave of 12.84 meters in the weight throw put him 38th at BU.
Belmont Abbey 18, St. Anselm 0: Anthony Dimino went 3-for-3 and drove in four runs, while Logan Redmond tossed five scoreless innings for Belmont Abbey College on Sunday in Belmont, N.C.
The Hawks lost all three games during the weekend series.
Sophomore Clayton Welch, of Manchester, started and allowed six runs on seven hits, while striking out two and walking one in 1 1/3 innings. Sophomore Mack Flynn, of Windham, also a pair of earned runs.
Senior Dan Lagasse, of Londonderry and junior Joseph Morin, of Salem, had hits for the Hawks.