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NH College Roundup: St. Anselm, SNHU men win


Mike McCahey scored 24 points and Dino Mallios added 20 as St. Anselm locked up the top seed in the Northeast-10 men’s basketball tournament with a 78-75 win over Stonehill on Tuesday night at Easton, Mass.

Chris Santo added 17 for the Hawks (19-6, 17-4 NE-10), who had a 41-25 lead at half and cruised to the win.

SNHU 71, Assumption 62: Rodney Sanders scored 19 points and Mike Stys added 16 as Southern New Hampshire rallied to win at the SNHU Fieldhouse. Elijah Bonsignore added 14 points. SNHU improved to 15-10, 12-9 in the NE-10.

Bentley 80, Franklin Pierce 66: Tyler McFarland, Keegan Hyland and Jasper Grassa each scored 18 as the Falcons won at home. Paul Becklens and Adrianos Vouliotakis led the Ravens (20-5, 15-5 NE-10) with 11.

Women’s basketball

Bentley 100, Franklin Pierce 57: in Waltham, Mass., nationally top-ranked Division II Bentley completed an undefeated regular season campaign. Christiana Bakolas of Manchester finished with 10 points and five assists for the 25-0 Falcons. Courtney Finn led the winners with 22 points.

Assumption 74, SNHU 51: In Manchester at the Fieldhouse, Erin Doherty led the Penmen with 19 points and nine rebounds. Brooke Springfield added 10 points for SNHU.

St. Anselm 70, Stonehill 58: In Easton, Mass., Briana Jones led the Hawks with 20 points. The Hawks 15-11 overall and 11-10 in conference play.Colby-Sawyer 74, Johnson State 49: Chargers junior Kelsey Bragdon led all scorers with 18 points as CSC advanced to the North Atlantic Conference semifinals with Tuesday’s win.

        

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