College roundup Monday: UMaine men defeat Boston College, 69-64

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BOSTON (AP) — Kellen Tynes had 17 points and 10 rebounds, grabbing two offensive boards in the final two minutes to help Maine hold off Boston College Monday night and beat the Eagles 69-64.

Peter Filipovity had 16 points for the Black Bears (2-1),

The Black Bears (2-1), who never trailed in the game, earned their sixth win of all time against the Eagles (2-1), who lead the series, 18-6.

It is UMaine’s first victory over a Power Five school since beating Penn State of the Big Ten 74-64 on December 21, 2010.

Maine missed their last five shots of the game, but the Black Bears outrebounded BC 5-0 down the stretch, including four offensive rebounds.

Makai Ashton-Langford had 18 points and seven rebounds for the Eagles, who trailed by as many as 12 with just under nine minutes remaining before scoring eight straight points to make it 58-54.

BC cut it to three points with 4:40 left and again with just under two minutes left, when Jaeden Zackery stole the ball and the Eagles had a chance to tie it.

But Ashton-Langford missed the one-on-one front, and the Eagles didn’t get the ball back until trailing by five with 12 seconds remaining.

Zackery hit a half-court jumper to beat the halftime buzzer and cut Maine’s lead to 34-30, the first real thrill from the few fans. But by the end of the game, the crowd was on its feet, hoping the Eagles could pull off a third straight last-minute win in as many games.

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Boston College guard Demarr Langford Jr., the team’s No. 2 scorer last season, returned from an ankle injury that sidelined him for the first two games to play 28 minutes, scoring 10 points with two rebounds.

POLL: North Carolina polled 44 of 63 first-place votes to finish ahead of No. 2 Gonzaga in AP’s first Top 25 of the regular season, which was only slightly changed from the preseason poll released Oct. 17.

The second-place Bulldogs earned 14 first-place votes. Third-place Houston (2-0) and fourth-place Kentucky (2-0) got the remaining five votes.

Baylor and Kansas were tied for fifth place previously. This time, Baylor is alone at No. 5, followed by Kansas and Duke. UCLA, Arkansas and Creighton round out the top 10.


USACA: Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences edged out Community College of Southern Maine 7-6 in a shootout to win the United States Collegiate Athletic Association Division II women’s national soccer championship in Virginia Beach, Virginia.

Ammelia Lunt scored in the first half on Mackenzie Farnham’s assist to give the SeaWolves (8-3-5) a 1-0 lead. Julia Roemer scored in the second half from Shannon Donnelly to tie the score for the Panthers (9-2-4). The game remained tied for regulation time and two overtimes, forcing a penalty shootout.

This was the second meeting between the Seawolves and the Panthers, the first on September 24 in South Portland ending in a 1–1 tie.

Mykala Brodzinski stopped eight shots for the Panthers and Grayson Soldati saved 10 for SMCC.


UMASS 67, MAINE 54: The Minutewomen (2-1) held the Black Bears (1-1) scoreless in the second quarter on their way to victory in Amherst, Massachusetts.

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UMass outscored Maine 24-0 in the second quarter to take a 39-12 lead.

Sydney Taylor had 18 points and seven rebounds for UMass. Angelique Ngalakulondi had 12 points and 10 rebounds, and Sam Breen had 11 points and 10 rebounds.

Olivia Rockwood had 15 points for Maine.

(5) UCONN 83, (3) TEXAS 76: Azzi Fudd scored 22 of his career-high 32 points in the second half to help the host Huskies (2-0) beat the Longhorns (1-1).

Aubrey Griffin added 14 points and Lou Lopez Senechal had 12 for the Huskies. They were unbeaten against Texas in 10 meetings. This was the first time that the historic powerhouses of women’s basketball had played on the UConn campus at Gampel Pavilion.

(12) INDIANA 79, (11) TENNESSEE 67: Mackenzie Holmes, a Gorham High graduate, and Grace Berger posted a double-double, as five Indiana players scored in double figures and the visiting Hoosiers (3-0) defeated the Lady Vols (1-2).

Holmes had 16 points and 10 rebounds, and Berger added 13 points, 10 rebounds and six assists for the Hoosiers.

(14) VIRGINIA TECH 79, UPPER SOUTH CAROLINA 24: Kayana Traylor scored 17 points off the bench to lead five in double figures and host Virginia Tech set the school record for fewest points allowed, surpassing South Carolina Upstate.

Virginia Tech players wore HokiesForHoos (hash) jerseys to show their support for the University of Virginia, where three members of the football team were shot and killed Sunday night.

It took the Hokies nearly three minutes to get the first points of the game, but there were a few other issues. The Hokies led 20-5 after one quarter and 36-9 at halftime. The 24 points allowed slashed the school record of 30 that was set against Furman in 2015.

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POLL: South Carolina remained the unanimous pick as the top team in The Associated Press’ first-ever regular season Top 25 women’s basketball poll. Texas, Iowa and UConn round out the top five.

Ohio State made the biggest jump in the new poll, moving up six spots to No. 8 after upsetting then-No. 5 Tennessee in its season opener last week. The Lady Vols fell to 11.

Louisville and Iowa State were sixth and seventh and North Carolina State and Notre Dame round out the top 10.

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