Local roundup: Martucci signs pro women's basketball contract in Ireland

Waterford — Adily Martucci, a graduate of Waterford High School and Quinnipiac University, signed a professional contract last week with the Ambassador UCC Glanmire Ladies' Basketball Club in Cork, Ireland, and played her first game for the team on Sunday, a 68-56 victory.

Martucci, a 2017 graduate of Quinnipiac, leading the Bobcats to a Sweet 16 appearance in the NCAA tournament, was originally signed to play for Pollitas de Isabela in Puerto Rico, but saw her season cut short after three games when Hurricane Maria devastated the island on Sept. 20.

She joins a Glanmire team which finished last season 14-2 in the regular season and advanced to the finals of the Ireland Super League. Glanmire is 5-2 this season, including Sunday's win against Brunell, in which Martucci finished with eight points, two rebounds, two steals and an assist.

Martucci, 23, a 5-foot-8 guard, finished with 961 career points at Quinnipiac, including 122 career 3-pointers, which ranks eighth all-time in program history. She played in 135 games, more than any other Quinnipiac player, and was a two-time captain. Martucci was named the 2017 MAAC tournament MVP.

Martucci spent time last summer with the Puerto Rican National Team.

Glanmire's next game is scheduled for Dec. 9.

Men's hockey

• Kevin Doyle scored a pair of goals as Connecticut College beat Middlebury 5-0 in a New England Small College Athletic Conference game. Bryan Achil had a goal and an assist, Chris Jellison and Jacob Moreau scored, Jake Farabee had two assists, Connor Rodericks made 28 saves and Brett Stirling and Mason Evans had assists for Conn (2-1, 2-1).

• UMass scored the final three goals of the game and beat UConn 4-2 in a Hockey East game. Alexander Payusov and Benjamin Freeman scored goals, Adam Huska made 27 saves and Max Letunov, Jesse Schwartz, Joe Masonius and Miles Gendron had assists for UConn (6-11-2, 4-7-1).

Women's hockey

• Maddie Winslow had a goal and an assist as No. 6 Middlebury beat No. 8 Connecticut College 3-0 in a NESCAC game. Bailey Mertz made 15 saves for Conn (3-1, 2-1). 

Men's basketball

• St. Thomas More lost to Lincoln Academy of Atlanta 80-69. Adrien Nunez had 19 points, KK Curry scored 15, DJ Mitchell scored 12 and Jared Garcia had eight points and six rebounds.

H.S. girls' basketball

• Williams School opened its season with a 60-17 loss to MacDuffie. Katia Bourganos had eight points and Marie Grillo scored seven for Williams.

H.S. girls' swimming

• Williams School opened its season with a loss to Lincoln School. Grace Cassineri of Williams won the 500-yard freestyle in a time of 5:41.7 and teammate Ellie Fader was second in the 100 freestyle (1:12.6).


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