Before beginning its drive for a 20th Northeast-10 Conference tournament title, the Bentley University women’s basketball team has one more item of regular season business to attend to, Tuesday night’s game at Franklin Pierce University. Tip off is at 5:30 pm with a webcast available at https://boxcast.tv/view/basketball-vs-bentley-448445.
Senior guard Lauren Green (Damascus, Md./Damascus HS) opened the game’s scoring with a pair of three-pointers and finished with a team-high 14 as Bentley University went wire-to-wire for a 68-49 Senior Day win over Merrimack College in Northeast-10 Conference women’s basketball Saturday afternoon at the Dana Center.
It will be both Senior Day and the program’s annual Play4Kay Day Saturday afternoon when the 22-3 Bentley University women’s basketball team hosts Merrimack College at noon in the final home game of the regular season. A free webcast will be available at www.bentleyfalcons.tv.
Junior center Victoria Lux (Arundel, Maine/Thornton Academy) posted her 12th double-double of the season, finishing with 15 points and 13 rebounds, and three teammates joined her in double figures as Bentley University topped St. Michael’s College, 75-63, in Northeast-10 Conference women’s basketball Wednesday evening at the Dana Center.
Following a pair of road games that saw mixed results last week, the Bentley University women’s basketball team will be looking to close the regular season in a strong fashion while gaining momentum for the postseason. Three regular season games remain for the 21-3 Falcons, beginning Wednesday night when coach Barbara Stevens’ team, ranked 14th nationally in this week’s WBCA Division II national coaches’ poll, hosts St. Michael’s College.
Graduate guard Becca Musgrove (Plainview, N.Y./St. Anthony’s HS) scored a game-high 17 points, junior center Victoria Lux (Arundel, Maine/Thornton Academy) recorded her 11th double-double and Barbara Stevens matched North Carolina’s Sylvia Hatchell for the fourth most wins in NCAA women’s basketball history (1,004) as Bentley University held on for a 65-60 win over Saint Anselm College in Northeast-10 Conference action Saturday afternoon at Stoutenburgh Gym.
A 66-55 loss at Southern New Hampshire University Wednesday was the second in the last three games for the No. 7-ranked Bentley University women’s basketball team, matching its number of losses in its previous 37 regular season Northeast-10 Conference games.
Junior forward Kylie Lorenzen (Holliston, Mass.) scored 11 of her game-high 21 points in the final quarter as Southern New Hampshire University completed a season-sweep of Bentley University, the seventh-ranked team in Division II, by the count of 66-55 Wednesday evening in Northeast-10 Conference women’s basketball at the The Field House.
Only twice this season has the Bentley University women’s basketball team left the court without a victory, last Wednesday against Stonehill and back on Dec. 6 against Southern New Hampshire. The Falcons will get a chance to avenge the latter loss on Wednesday when they travel to Manchester, N.H. for a 5:30 pm encounter with SNHU.
For the 32nd time in the last 35 years, and the 33rd time in program history, the Bentley University women’s basketball team has reached the 20-win milestone.
The Falcons, ranked third nationally in Division II, improved to 20-2 overall and 14-2 Northeas-10 with an 86-70 win over Assumption College Saturday afternoon at the Dana Center.
After being denied by Stonehill College in its bid for the lead in the Northeast-10’s Northeast Division and the program’s 33rd 20-win season, the Bentley University women’s basketball team will look to bounce back when the Falcons host Assumption College Saturday.
Thirty points off turnovers, including 27 in the first three quarters, created a deficit that Bentley University could not overcome, and Stonehill College went on to post a 77-66 win over the third-ranked Falcons in Northeast-10 Conference women’s basketball Wednesday evening at Merkert Gymnasium.
Sole possession in the Northeast-10 Conference’s Northeast Division will be up for grabs Wednesday when the Bentley University women’s basketball team takes its 19-1 record and number three national ranking to Easton to face the Stonehill College Skyhawks for the second time this season. Tip-off at Merkert Gymnasium is at 5:30 pm with a free webcast available at www.stonehillskyhawks.tv.
Graduate guard Becca Musgrove (Plainview, N.Y./St. Anthony’s HS) filled the stat sheet with a season-high 20 points, six rebounds and four steals, and junior center Victoria Lux (Arrundel, Maine/ Thornton Academy) matched her in the points column, as Bentley University overcame a halftime deficit to best Pace University, 72-66, in Northeast-10 Conference women’s basketball Saturday afternoon at the Goldstein Fitness Center.
After holding a sixth opponent in the 40s and a midweek bye, the Bentley University women’s basketball team will return to action Saturday afternoon in Pleasantville, N.Y. with a 3:30 pm encounter with Pace University.
After recording her ninth and tenth double-doubles of the season, Bentley University junior center Victoria Lux (Arundel, Maine/Thornton Academy) has been named the Northeast-10 Conference Women’s Basketball Player of the Week for the second time this season. Her previous honor came back on Nov. 20.
On Wednesday, Jan. 17, Bentley's Barbara Stevens became just the fifth NCAA women's basketball coach to reach the 1,000 career win plateau, doing so with a 78-66 win over Adelphi. Here's a video tribute to that night and an amazing coach.
Graduate guard Becca Musgrove (Plainview, N.Y./St. Anthony’s HS) scored 15 points, junior forward Victoria Lux (Arundel, Maine/Thornton Academy) recorded her tenth double-double and Bentley University allowed less than 50 for the sixth time as the Falcons posted a 64-48 win over Southern Connecticut State University in Northeast-10 Conference women’s basketball Saturday afternoon at the Dana Center.