The Lesley University womens basketball team captured the inaugural New England Collegiate Conference Championship a couple of weeks ago and their first ever conference championship in program history. The Lynx established a winning formula early in the season and by sticking to those key basketball principles became a versatile and confident team.
NEW LONDON, Conn. Behind 30 points and eight rebounds from Hailee Lowe (Hamilton, Mass.), the Lesley University womens basketball team captured the inaugural New England Collegiate Conference womens basketball title by defeating Daniel Webster College 63-55. Lowe was named NECC Tournament Most Valuable Player as she averaged 28 points and eight rebounds while shooting 65.6% from the floor in the two past two games.
NEW LONDON, Conn. In the second game of semifinal action at the New England Collegiate Conference Championships held at Mitchell College, the Lesley University womens basketball team cruised to a 65-49 victory over Elms College to reach the conference championship game for the first time in program history.
ATTLEBORO, Mass. All nine of the sponsored programs were represented on 2009 New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) Womens Basketball All-Conference Team, it was announced today by Commissioner Del Malloy. In addition to the All-NECC honors, three separate major individual award winners and the team sportsmanship award were also voted upon and selected this week.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. The Lesley University womens basketball finished off the 2008-2009 regular season with their most successful record in the history of the program at 15-10 (14-2 New England Collegiate Conference) and now find themselves in prime position to win the NECC Championship as the number two seed.
ATTLEBORO, Mass.Mitchell College has claimed the top seed for the 2008-2009 New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) Womens Basketball Championship, which begins with quarterfinal matchups on campus sites the evening of Tuesday, February 24. The Mariners (16-9 overall) earned the top spot in the upcoming NECC tournament after posting 14-2 conference record.
NEW LONDON, Conn. The Lesley University womens basketball team went into Mitchell College needing a victory to take hold of the number one seed going into the New England Collegiate Conference playoffs but were defeated 61-49 by the Mariners. Despite the loss, the Lynx still earned a first round bye and advance to the conference semifinals to be played Friday evening at Mitchell.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. The Lesley University womens basketball team defeated Daniel Webster College 61-50 behind 20 points from junior Hailee Lowe (Hamilton, Mass.) and improved their 2008-2009 record to 15-9 (14-1 NECC). Daniel Webster dropped to 15-10 (10-6 NECC) in the loss.
CHICOPEE, Mass. The Lesley University womens basketball team took a firm hold of the number one seed in the New England Collegiate Conference heading into the playoffs after a 67-56 triumph over Elms College on Thursday evening. Brianne Caira (Pelham, N.H.) scored a career-high 29 points in the victory.
BENNINGTON, Vt. The Lesley University womens basketball team defeated Southern Vermont College 69-61 on Saturday evening to improve to 12-1 in New England Collegiate Conference play. The Lynx move to 13-9 overall while the Mountaineers drop to 5-17 (3-10 NECC).
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. The Lesley University womens basketball team defeated Becker College 64-57 on Thursday evening and with the victory have reached the highest win total in a single season for any Lynx womens basketball team in school history. Lesley improved to 12-9 (11-1 NECC) while Becker dropped to 11-10 (7-5 NECC).
CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. The Lesley University womens basketball started another New England Collegiate Conference winning streak on Tuesday evening after defeating Wheelock College 62-40 behind four double-digit point scorers. With the win, the Lynx improved to 11-9 (10-1 NECC) while the Wildcats dropped to 2-18 (2-9 NECC).
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. The Bay Path College Wildcats was in the lead for much of the first half over the number one team in the New England Collegiate Conference, Lesley University, but the Lynx were able to regain composure to defeat the visitors 64-40. Lesley improved to 10-9 (9-1 NECC) while Bay Path dropped to 3-17 (1-10 NECC).
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. Lesley University suffered their first New England Collegiate Conference loss of the season to the visiting Elms College Blazers 60-51 on Thursday evening. The Lynx fell to 9-9 (8-1 NECC) while the Blazers improved to 10-9 (8-2 NECC).
ATTLEBORO, Mass. Lesley forward Hailee Lowe (Hamilton, Mass.) earned New England Collegiate Conference honors this past week as the Lynx rolled to a 3-0 record against conference opponents. It marks the second time this season that a Lesley player has won the award.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. The Lesley University womens basketball team visited Bay Path College and the New England Collegiate Conferences league leading scorer on Saturday evening and won 62-26. With the victory, Lesley is above a 0.500 record for the first time this season at 9-8 (8-0 NECC) while Bay Path dropped to 3-14 (1-7 NECC).
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. The Lesley University womens basketball ran their win-streak to seven games with a 78-37 victory over Southern Vermont College on Thursday night. The Lynx evened up their season record to 8-8 (7-0 NECC) while the Mountaineers dropped to 5-12 (3-5 NECC).
Check out this clip from a recent women's basketball game! Jodi Fralick takes her defender baseline for a reverse lay up in this clip from a Lynx victory over Mitchell College. With the help from plays like this, Lesley was able to maintain their undefeated streak in NECC play.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. Hailee Lowe (Hamilton, Mass.) recorded her best game of the 2008-2009 season, tallying 33 points and 15 rebounds, as the Lesley University womens basketball won the battle of undefeated teams in the New England Collegiate Conference. The Lynx beat the Mitchell College Mariners 68-54.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. The Lesley University womens basketball defeated Wheelock College 66-32 en route to their fifth straight victory in New England Collegiate Conference play. The Lynx improved to 6-8 (5-0 NECC) while the Wildcats dropped to 1-12 (1-4 NECC).
NASHUA, N.H. The Lesley University womens basketball team topped Daniel Webster College 52-38 in a New England Collegiate Conference match up. The Lynx improved to 5-8 (4-0 NECC), unbeaten in league play and winning their fourth straight contest, while the Eagles dropped to 6-7 (1-3 NECC) and lost their second straight game.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. The Lesley University womens basketball team capitalized on a 17 point, 11 rebound effort from Hailee Lowe (Hamilton, Mass.) to win their third straight New England Collegiate Conference game. With the win, Lesley improved to 4-8 (3-0 NECC) while Newbury dropped to 0-10 (0-3 NECC).
LEICESTER, Mass. The Lesley University traveled to Leicester, Massachusetts to face off against the preseason #1 team in the New England Collegiate Conference, the Becker College Hawks, and won 70-58 for their second conference victory in as many games. The Lynx went on a 16-4 run in the final 6:30 of second half to solidify their triumph.
BROOKLINE, Mass. - In the first New England Collegiate Conference game of the season for the Lesley University women's basketball team, the Lynx defeated Newbury College 63-47 to break their seven game losing streak. Lesley improved to 2-8 (1-0 NECC) on the season while Newbury remained winless at 0-8 (0-1 NECC).
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. The Suffolk University womens basketball team got a 21-point effort out of freshman Julieanne Conrad (West Bridgewater, Mass.) in a 58-46 defeat of Lesley University on Thursday evening. With the victory, the Rams improved to 6-4 on the season while the Lynx dropped to 1-8 heading into conference play.
Mesa, Ariz. After several months of fundraising dating back to last season, the Lesley University womens basketball team finally completed their holiday season trip to Mesa, Arizona, just outside of Phoenix, to play in the Grand Canyon Classic. The Lady Lynx played in two games during the week-long trip against The College of New Jersey and Plattsburgh State University.
Check out this clip from a recent women's basketball game! Through 40 minutes of basketball, the Lady Lynx played a hard-fought game with Emmanuel College. In this clip, Jodi Fralick scrambles to gain control of a loose ball and with the help of some crisp passing up the court, the Lynx eventually find a wide open Lani Cabral-Pini for a three-pointer.
BOSTON, Mass. In their final game before making their trip to Phoenix, Arizona for the Trip Sports Grand Canyon Classic, the Lesley University womens basketball team was defeated by Emerson College 73-55. The Lady Lynx fall to 1-5 in the early season while the Lions improved to 6-3.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. Although the Emmanuel College Saints trailed by one point in the first half to the Lesley University Lynx, the visiting Saints were able to put together a huge second half performance to win 73-59. With the victory, Emmanuel Head Coach Andy Yosinoff earned his 600th career coaching victory.