Friday, April 18, 2014
By Steve Solloway email@example.com
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Anthony Ewing has been a success as the UNE women’s basketball coach, and now he’s hoping for the next step – winning an NCAA Division III tournament game.
Tickets to the NESCAC hockey semifinals Saturday at Watson Arena in Brunswick are hot. Bowdoin sold out its allotment Wednesday. A limited number of unsold tickets are expected from the distributions to Williams, Trinity and Middlebury, and will go on sale at noon Saturday, an hour before the Williams-Trinity semifinal. Middlebury and Bowdoin play in the second game at 4 p.m. Check www.athletics.bowdoin.edu on Friday for the exact number of tickets available.
ST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE
Freshman center Morgan Cahill (Yarmouth) was named the Great Northeast Athletic Conference basketball rookie of the year. Cahill also was named to the all-conference second team. She averaged 13.3 points per game, eight rebounds and had 60 blocked shots. She was the first freshman in the 36-year history of the program to lead the team in scoring and rebounding. Lindsay Moore (Barrington, N.H.) was named conference defensive player of the year. ... Junior guard Matthew Medeiros (Westport, Mass.) was named to the all-conference first team. He led the conference in 3-point shots (70) and was the team's leading scorer with 15.3 ppg. Nicholas Jobin (Westbrook) was named to the all-conference third team.
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN MAINE
Conor Sullivan (Scarborough) was named to the Little East Conference first team. His 15.0 ppg was second in the conference. The junior guard was the first USM player to make all-conference first team since the 2007-08 season.
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