C White, the associate head coach for the Bentley University women's basketball team, was recently inducted into the charter class of the A STEP UP Assistant Coaches Hall of Fame, which is presented by Worth Advisors. The ceremony was held in Atlanta earlier this month.
Julian Benbow caught up with longtime Bentley women's basketball coach Barbara Stevens, a finalist for the Class of 2019 for the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. This ran in the Globe on April 6, 2019.
It was five years ago tonight that the Bentley women's basketball team staged an incredible comeback to capture the 2014 NCAA Division II national championship and complete a perfect 35-0 season. Take a look back at the game story as well as a video that tells the story of that amazing season.
A 28-win season for the Bentley University women’s basketball team came to a disappointing and stunning end Friday afternoon as the Falcons suffered from an offensive drought for the second straight game and fell to Saint Anselm College, 59-40, in the first round of the NCAA Division II East Regional Friday afternoon at the University of the Sciences Morgan Arena.
The Bentley University women’s basketball team, owners of a 28-3 record under the direction of 1,000-game winner Barbara Stevens, will launch its bid for its 15th NCAA Division II regional championship, and first since 2016, against a familiar foe Friday afternoon at 2:30 pm at the University of the Sciences' Morgan Arena in Philadelphia, Pa.
After having its 15-game winning halted earlier in the day with a 67-44 loss in the Northeast-10 Conference championship game, the Bentley University women's basketball team learned Sunday night they will be heading for Philadelphia, Pa. for the 2019 NCAA Division II East Regional, which will be hosted by the University of the Sciences.
A tough shooting afternoon for one team and the opposite for the other resulted in Le Moyne College dethroning the Bentley University Falcons, 67-45, in the 2019 Northeast-10 Conference Women’s Basketball Championship Game Sunday afternoon on Ted Grant Court.
The two winningest women’s basketball teams in the Northeast-10 Conference, the Bentley University Falcons and the Le Moyne College Falcons, will square off Sunday afternoon in the Northeast-10 Conference championship game with the defending champion Falcons seeking their record 21st title and the Dolphins their first.
For the fourth straight year, the eighth time in the last nine seasons and the 29th time in the tournament’s 38-year history, the Northeast-10 Conference Women’s Basketball championship game will include the Bentley University Falcons.
Seven times in the last eight years, the Bentley University women’s basketball team has reached the Northeast-10 Conference championship game. The defending champions will look to make it eight of nine Thursday night when coach Barbara Stevens’ Falcons, the number one seed out of the Northeast Division, hosts the third-seeded Saint Anselm Hawks in a 7 pm game at the Dana Center. Fans who can’t make it to the game can view the contest on the NE10 NOW Digital Network (www.NE10NOW.tv, www.bentleyfalcons.tv).
Sophomore guard Katie Meriggioli (Waunakee, Wis./Edgewood HS) stuffed the stat sheet with 21 points, 13 rebounds, four assists and two steals as the Bentley University Falcons advanced to the semifinals for the 35th time in 38 years with a start-to-finish 68-55 win over American International College in the quarterfinals of the Northeast-10 Conference Women’s Basketball Championships Sunday afternoon at the Dana Center.
The American International College Yellow Jackets will provide the opposition when the Bentley University Falcons begin defense of their Northeast-10 Conference Women’s Basketball Championship Sunday afternoon with a quarterfinal game at the Dana Center.
Senior center Victoria Lux (Arundel, Maine/Thornton Academy), playing her final career regular season game, had 17 points, including eight in the fourth quarter, and a season-high 16 rebounds as Bentley University held on for its 13th consecutive win, 57-55 win over Franklin Pierce University in Northeast-10 Conference women’s basketball on Barbara Stevens Court Tuesday night.
A regular season that has included a pair of 12-game win steaks and a 25-2 record to date will draw to a close Tuesday night when the Bentley University women’s basketball team hosts Franklin Pierce University at the Dana Center. The 5:30 pm game will be webcast over the NE10 NOW Digital Network.
Sophomore guard Katie Meriggioli (Waunakee, Wis./Edgewood GS), junior guard Maddy Springfield (Jaffrey, N.H./Conant HS) and senior center Victoria Lux (Arundel, Maine/Thornton Academy) combined for 36 rebounds as Bentley University used a plus-28 rebound margin for a wire-to-wire 67-44 win at Merrimack College in Northeast-10 Conference women’s basketball Saturday afternoon on Hammel Court.