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    Monday, April 15, 2024

    Local roundup: Conn College women finish up with a win

    New London — Connecticut College closed out its season with a 65-58 win over Williams College in a New England Small College Athletic Conference women’s basketball game on Sunday.

    Addi Hunter had 10 points and 13 rebounds, Rebecca Oberman-Levine scored 18, Catie Donadio had 15 points and Avery Burns had 11 points and four assists for the Camels (6-17, 1-9).

    Men’s basketball

    • Conn College lost to Williams College 62-59 in a NESCAC game that was its regular-season finale. David Murray scored 20 points and had seven rebounds, Elias Espinosa had 13 points and six rebounds and Cam Schainfeld had 12 points and four steals for the Camels (18-6, 8-2). Conn finished third in the standings and will host a NESCAC tournament quarterfinal this week.

    H.S. hockey

    • The Eastern CT Eagles won their third straight game, beating the Northeastern Shamrocks 7-2 on Saturday. Nick Rembish (St Bernard) scored three goals, Ethan Lovetere (Bacon) scored twice and Drew Sager (East Lyme) had two assists for the Eagles (6-9-1).

    Jack Cramer (Stonington) and, Will Sluggett (St Bernard) scored goals and, Austen Linicus (Stonington), Dakota Fox (East Lyme) and Sam Cunningham (St Bernard) had assists for the Eagles.

    Women’s indoor track

    • Coast Guard’s 4,000 distance medley relay team of Sidney Triepke, Grace Flynn, Makenna Topp, and Paige Phillips ran a 11:59.13 on Saturday at Boston University’s David Hemery Invitational. It was the third fastest time in program history and good for 33rd place among the Div. I, II and III teams.

    At MIT’s Gordon Kelly Invitational, Megan Churm was third in the 5000 (18:39.84) and Lauren Mellon was fourth in the 3000 meters (10:43.05).

    Men’s indoor track

    • Coast Guard freshman Ian Naff set the school record in the 400, running a 48.35 at Boston University’s David Hemery Invitational. It topped the 48.72 set by Kurt Collela in 1981.

    At MIT’s Gordon Kelly Invitational, Josh Banks set a personal best in the high jump at 4.90 meters (16-75), Christian Gottlieb was fifth in the 600 (1:27.84) and Brendan Fant was fifth in the 800 (2:00.65).

    Men’s hockey

    • No. 12 UMass beat UConn 3-1 in a Hockey East game on Saturday night. Michael Hrabal made 26 saves as UMass (16-7-3, 9-5-2) swept the weekend series. Ryan Tattle scored for the Huskies (12-15-2, 7-11-1).

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