Third period goals by Will Schlagenhauf (Carmel, Indiana) and Brendan Hamblet (Hopkinton, Mass.) got Bentley to within 4-3, but the Falcons’ comeback attempt came up just short and Army West Point held on for a 4-3 victory on Friday night at Tate Rink.
A standout season for the Bentley University women’s volleyball team came, which included Northeast-10 Conference regular season and tournament championships, came to a disappointing end Friday afternoon when the second-seeded Falcons were upended by seventh-seeded Holy Family University, 3-1, in the NCAA Division II East Regional quarterfinals at Molloy College’s Quealy Hall.
Bentley visits Army West Point this weekend for two games with the Falcons looking to extend their three game winning streak. The series gets underway on Friday night and both games of the series begin at 7:05 pm.
Nearly two weeks after capturing the Northeast-10 Conference championship with a pair of come-from-behind five-set victories, the Bentley University Falcons will return to the court Thursday afternoon on Long Island when they take on Holy Family University in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Division II East Region at Molloy College’s Quealy Hall. First serve is at 2:30 pm and a link to view will be posted at https://bentleyfalcons.com/sports/wvball/2019-20/schedule.
Junior guard Jordan Mello-Klein (Sharon/Thayer Academy) scored a career-high 28, six-seven classmate Pete Blust (Hinsdale, Ill./Hinsdale Central HS) also set a career scoring high (20) and senior forward Chris Hudson (Hodgdon, Maine/Williston Northampton School) netted his 1,000th during a 23-point night as Bentley University shot down Assumption College, 96-87, in Northeast-10 Conference men’s basketball Wednesday night at Laska Gym.
Sophomore guard Kari Brekke (Appleton, Wisc./Appleton North HS) scored 21 points, including 10 in the third quarter, to lead Bentley University to a 64-47 win over Assumption College in Northeast-10 Conference women’s basketball Wednesday evening at the Laska Gym.
In the midst of their second stretch this season of four straight games away from campus, the Bentley University women’s basketball team will be in Laska Gym in Worcester Wednesday evening to take on Assumption College in Northeast-10 Conference action. Tip-off is set for 5:30 pm and the game can be viewed on the NE10 NOW digital network.
The Bentley University men’s basketball team is a perfect 6-0 at home this season but came up short in its only road contest to date, falling at the University of Bridgeport. The Falcons will be on the road twice this week for Northeast-10 Conference games, beginning Wednesday with a 7:30 pm encounter in Worcester against Assumption College, and will be looking to extend their early season success to away from the Dana Center.
Two key defensive performers on the Northeast-10 Conference champion Bentley University Falcons, senior Pete Thorbahn (Norwell/Xaverian Bros. HS) and sophomore Cedric Dashiell II (Buena Park, Calif./Buena Park HS), have been selected for the 2019 Division II-III All-New England team by the New England Football Writers.
Bentley University freshman Mary Huminski (Madison, Conn./Daniel Hand HS) was recently named the Northeast-10 Conference Women’s Diver of the Week for the week ending November 24. It was the third time in four weeks that she collected the honor.
Senior forward Megan Lewis (Sevenoaks, England) and senior center Monica Viapiano (Holden, Mass./Holy Name HS) each scored 15 points as Bentley University handed previously unbeaten St. Thomas Aquinas College its first loss of the season, 64-51, in non-conference women’s basketball Saturday afternoon at the Aquinas Hall Gym.
Junior guard Jordan Mello-Klein (Sharon/Thayer Academy) filled the stat sheet with 14 points, seven assists, four rebounds, three steals and a plus-26 as the Bentley University Falcons stayed unbeaten at home with a 72-58 non-conference win over American International in men’s college basketball Sunday afternoon at the Dana Center.
After a 5-1 November that included five home wins by an average of 26 points, the Bentley University men’s basketball team will look to carry the success into December. The new month will get underway Sunday at 1 pm with the Falcons hosting American International College in a non-conference match-up at the Dan Center.
Runs of 11-0 around halftime, 13-0 to end the third quarter and 12-2 to end the game propelled Molloy College to a 64-52 victory over Bentley University at Quealy Gymnasium in non-conference women’s basketball Saturday afternoon.
After home court wins over Queens (N.Y.) and Stonehill, the Bentley University women’s basketball will be back on the road this weekend as they begin their second stretch this season of four straight away games.
Senior guard and co-captain Julia Ford (Charlton/Noble & Greenough School) came off the bench to score a career-high 15 points and four of the Falcons’ five starters also scored in doubles as Bentley University defeated Stonehill College, 69-53, in Northeast-10 Conference women’s basketball Tuesday night on the Barbara Stevens Court.
Junior guard Jordan Mello-Klein (Sharon/Thayer Academy) scored a career-high 22 points and also amassed six assists and six rebounds as the Bentley University Falcons used sizzling three-point shooting to win their Northeast-10 opener, 92-61 over Stonehill in Northeast-10 men’s basketball Tuesday night at the Dana Center.
On Saturday night, the Bentley University women’s volleyball team locked up a berth in the NCAA Division II East Regional when it earned the Northeast-10 Conference’s automatic qualifier and tonight they learned who and where they’ll be playing.
After winning four of five against non-conference opponents to open the season, the Bentley University men’s basketball team will launch their Northeast-10 Conference schedule Tuesday night at the Dana Center with Stonehill College providing the opposition. Tip-off Is set for 7:30 om and the game will be shown on the NE10 NOW digital network.
When the Bentley University women’s basketball team hosts the Stonehill College Skyhawks Tuesday night at the Dana Center in its first Northeast-10 Conference contest of the new season, the two longtime foes will be meeting for the 111th time. Tip-off is set for 5:30 pm and the game can be viewed on the NE10 Digital Network.
After a nine day layoff Bentley is in action three times this week, beginning on Tuesday night at home against the Brown Bears of ECAC. The Falcons then take on Atlantic Hockey rival Holy Cross in a home and home series, with Friday’s game in Worcester at 7:05 and Saturday at Bentley Arena at 4:05 pm.
With a trio of sophomores combining for 51 points, the Bentley University Falcons went wire-to-wire for a 95-65 win over New York Tech in non-conference men’s basketball at the Dana Center on Saturday afternoon.
Junior guard Katie Meriggioli (Waunakee, Wisc./Edgewood HS) scored a season-high 23 points and senior center Monica Viapiano (Holden/Holy Name HS) registered a 19-point, 12-rebound double-double as Bentley University led from the opening basket for an 89-66 win over Queens College (N.Y.) in non-conference women’s basketball Saturday afternoon on Barbara Stevens Court.
One thousand, four hundred and seven days after Keene State became the last team to defeat the Bentley University men’s swimming and diving team in a dual meet, the Falcons faced the Owls again and this time came away with a 145-89 win at the Dana Center pool Saturday afternoon to extend their winning streak to 38.