Cambridge, Mass. - Lesley Women's Basketball Junior forward Dakota Jones has been named the New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) Player of the Week, as announced by the conference office Monday. This is the second time this season Jones has received the honor.
Holyoke, MA.— Lesley University Women's Basketball program closed the season with a tremendous victory over Bay Path College, 80-40, at Bartley Center on Sunday afternoon. The Lynx finish the season with a record of 2-22 and 2-16 in conference. Bay Path close the season sporting a record of 1-22 and 1-17 in NECC play.
Medford, MA.— Lesley University Women's Basketball program honored Senior guard Theresa Pereira and Senior forward Sarah Tobin during halftime of a conference matchup vs New England College at Medford High School Saturday afternoon. The visiting Pilgrims would take home a victory, 96-45, advancing there record to 16-9 on the season, and a conference record of 15-3. The Lynx fall to 1-22 on the season, 1-16 in NECC play.
Medford, MA.— Junior Forward Dakota Jones scored her 1,000th career point with Lesley University Women's Basketball in a loss to Eastern Nazarene, 86-47, at Medford High School Saturday afternoon. The loss sits Lesley at 1-21, 1-15 in conference, overall. Eastern Nazarene College improve their record to 15-7, 10-5 in NECC play.
New London, CT.— Lesley University Women's Basketball could not overcome a quick start from Mitchell College, as the Mariners won an New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) game 88-41, at Yarnall Athletic Center on Thursday night. With the loss, Lesley falls to 1-20, 1-14 in conference. Mitchell College boost their record to 14-8, 13-2 in NECC play.
Bennington, VT.— Lesley University Women’s Basketball falls in New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) to Southern Vermont College, 57-42. With the loss, Lesley drops to 1-19, 1-12 in conference. Southern Vermont College improve to 6-15, 4-10 in NECC play.
Medford, MA.—A late surge from Dean College Women’s Basketball was enough to hold on to a conference win against Lesley University Women’s Basketball, 77-67. With the loss, the Lynx fall to 1-18, 1-12 in conference, on the season. The Bulldogs climb to 9-11, 7-6 in conference, on the year.
Brookline, Mass. – Lesley University Women’s Basketball were upended by Newbury College, 81-56, Saturday afternoon at Pappas Gymnasium. The Lynx drop to 1-17 overall, 1-11 in conference. Meanwhile, Newbury College advance to 7-11 on the season, 5-6 in conference.
Chicopee, Mass. – Lesley University Women’s Basketball fell behind early in a conference matchup against Elms College and could not catch the Blazers, 62-47. Lesley now sport a record of 1-16 on the season, 1-10 in conference. Elms push their record to 10-8 overall, 6-5 in conference.
Medford, MA. – Lesley University Women’s Basketball team dropped New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) matchup to Becker College, 72-58. With the loss, the Lynx fall to 1-15 on the season, 1-9 in conference. Meanwhile, the Falcons improve to 12-5 on the season, 10-1 in conference.
Henniker, N.H.— 51 points in the second half was enough for New England College to down Lesley University Women’s Basketball, 82-46, Thursday evening at Bridges Gym. The loss brings the Lynx to 1-14, 1-8 in conference, on the season. The Pilgrims lift their record to 8-7 on the season, 7-2 in conference.
A strong second half performance helped Southern Vermont College in a come from behind victory over the Lesley University women’s basketball team, 59-54, at Medford High School on Monday night. The Mountaineers go to 4-8 on the season, 2-3 in conference, while the Lynx slip to 0-11, 0-5 in conference.
Lesley University women's basketball fell to Elms College, 77-40 in a conference game Saturday afternoon at Medford Gymnasium. The Blazers started off with a dominant first quarter and held on from then, earning their sixth victory of the season, second conference win. Elms move to 6-5 overall, 2-2 in conference play, the Lynx fall to 0-10 on season, 0-4 in conference.