LEICESTER, Mass. The second meeting between Lesley University and Becker College proved to be a lot less dramatic than the first. With very little suspense or drama Becker rolled past the Lynx 84-60.
BOSTON, Mass. Simmons College had four players in double figures as they cruised past the Lynx 70-49. Lauren Kreckie, Kristine Lucas, Sarah Clayton and Kelly Larkin went for 20, 14, 10 and 10 points respectively. Lucas added 10 rebounds to complete the double-double.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. Kelly Harrington (Toledo, Ohio) became the last female NAC Player of the Week for 2006. Harrington helped to lead the Lynx past Bay Path College as she scored a game high 28 points. Harrington also added six rebounds and four assists. The promising sophomore shot 12-23 from the floor in the first conference win for the Lynx.
LONGMEADOW, Mass. Lesley University broke out of its recent shooting woes in a big way against Bay Path College. Lesley University shot a remarkable 85% from three-point land as they blew Bay Path out 87-57 in their first conference win of the year.
NEWTON, Mass. Freshman Nicole Casimiro (Lee, N.H.) tallied 21 points and six assists to boost the Mount Ida College womens basketball team to a convincing 98-47 victory over Lesley University this evening at the Mount Ida Athletic Center. The forward connected on 10-of-13 shots from the field, as the Mustangs picked up their first league win of the 2006-07 campaign.