Henniker, N.H.— Lesley University Men's Basketball finished the season at New England College at Bridges Gym on Saturday afternoon. The home team would have the advantage finishing 117-89 Pilgrims. Lesley finish the regular season with a record of 2-23, 1-15 in NECC play. New England College claim 1st place in NECC with record of 15-1, 23-2 overall.
Bennington, Vt.— Lesley University Men’s Basketball could not overcome the balanced attack of Southern Vermont College, falling to the Mountaineers 85-69 at Mountaineers Athletic Center on Saturday afternoon. The Lynx fall to 2-21, 1-13 in conference action. With the win, Southern Vermont College move to 16-7, 10-5 in conference, overall.
Medford, Mass.— Lesley University Men’s Basketball couldn’t handle the balanced scoring of Mitchell College, as Mitchell walked away with an 85-61 conference victory at Medford High School Tuesday night. Lesley move to 2-20, 1-12 in conference overall. Mitchell improve their record to 15-8, 9-5 in conference on the season.
Medford, Mass.—An AJ Genova put back layup with seconds left to play, was enough for Lesley University Men’s Basketball to earn first conference victory of season, over Elms College, 66-65. The win propels the Lynx to an overall record of 2-17, 1-10 in conference. The Blazers fall to 3-18 on the season, 2-10 in the NECC.
Brookline, Mass.— Game-high 29 points off the bench from Omar Williams helped Newbury College blow past the Lesley University Men’s Basketball, 104-61 on Thursday evening at Pappas Gymnasium. The Lynx stumble to 1-14, 0-7 in conference. Meanwhile the Nighthawks lift their record to 4-9, 2-5 in conference play.
Medford, Mass. – Lesley University Men’s Basketball come up just short in a close game against Southern Vermont College, 71-69. Lesley falls to 1-14 on the season and 0-7 in conference, Southern Vermont College stride to a 12-4 record, 6-2 in conference play.
A first half outburst was too much for Lesley University as Mitchell College came away with a conference victory 93-70 Saturday afternoon at Yarnall Athletic Center. The Lynx slip to 1-12, 0-5 in conference, while the Mariners move up to 8-6, 3-3 in conference, on the season.