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Big Day for Bears at NCAA Northeast Regional

Matt McGowan won by forfeit in the preliminaries and then dropped a 9-6 decision to Sam Lindblom from Rhode Island College and was pinned by Alex Parkhurst from Williams to end the season. Christian Gosch, ranked third in New England, won by major decision 11-1 over Zach Ford from Rhode Island College and then beat Jack Kelly from Roger Williams 6-1 to earn a spot in the semifinals. All-American Nick Remke, ranked second in New England, pinned Tim Caplan from Rhode Island College in 2:42 in the first round and beat Brendan Marion from WPI 6-3 for his spot in the semifinals. Paul Detwiler, ranked second in the nation, pinned Stephn Birganti from Norwich in 5:52 before recording a 16-5 major decision over Jason Hoffman from Castleton to earn a berth in the semifinals.

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bscbears.prestosports.com 54 seconds ago

Jayci Andrews Captures New England Title, Breaks Hurdles Mark at DIII New Englands

She eclipsed her previous school mark of 8.80 seconds set earlier this season at the NEICAAA Championships. Andrews, who also broke the Bowdoin facility record in the event, currently ranks first in all of Division III in the hurdles. Tomorrow, senior Kira Gilbreath (West Haven, Utah) will toss the shot put at the BU Last Chance Invitational. Next weekend, select members of the BSU women's track & field team will compete at the Tufts Final Qualifying Meet.

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quinnipiacbobcats.com a minute ago

Marcon Leads Women's Hockey in 1-1 Tie vs #5 Clarkson

Elizabeth Giguere scored for the Golden Knights in the second period from Michael Pejzlova and Emma Keenan. (14:56, 3rd period PP) Quinnipiac 1, Clarkson 1: Senior Randi Marcon scored the equalizer for the Bobcats after senior Kenzie Lancaster secured her own blocked shot and sent the puck to Clarkson's Kassidy Sauve. The Quinnipiac Bobcats capped the regular season finale with a 1-1 tie against #5 Clarkson at Cheel Arena. The Bobcats took sixth place in the final ECAC standings and will face the three seed Clarkson again next weekend in a best-of-three playoff series.Seniorscored her 11th goal of the year and increased her point streak to eight games.

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UIS Women's Basketball Ends Road Trip With Loss At McKendree

The University of Illinois Springfield women's basketball team held a lead after three quarters on Saturday in Lebanon, Ill., but it couldn't hold on for the final 10 minutes as it fell to McKendree by a 73-60 score.The Prairie Stars outscored the Bearcats 20-15 in the third quarter to turn a three-point halftime deficit into a two-point lead. McKendree, though, hit a three-pointer on the first possession of the fourth quarter, which sparked a 7-0 to start the period.UIS got the score back within one at 56-55 with 6:33 remaining, and had a chance to take the lead. The Prairie Stars missed a shot, and on the other end, the Bearcats scored a three-point play. Mitchell andhad team-highs with five rebounds, Mefford blocked two shots, andled the squad with three assists and two steals.UIS falls to 7-17 overall and 4-12 in GLVC play.

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cuse.com 2 minutes ago

Top 10 Teams Clash When Orange Host Wildcats

Live audio will also be available on WJPZ 89.1FM in Syracuse.Syracuse improved its record to 3-1 after an 18-5 win against Coastal Carolina on Monday. Seniorand juniorrecorded two assists each.The Orange led in every statistical category and tied their season high with 18 goals. In goal for the Wildcats is redshirt sophomore Julie Krupnick, who has a goals-against average of 14.77 and a .406 save percentage.Kelly Amonte Hiller is in her 14th season at the helm of the Northwestern program. The two teams met last season in Evanston where Northwestern pulled out a 14-10 victory.led Syracuse with four goals in the setback.The Orange have another quick turnaround as they face Loyola on Wednesday, Feb. 27 at 4 p.m. in the Carrier Dome.

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smcathletics.com 2 minutes ago

Grand Completes Historic EISA Championship with Second Podium in Carnival Finale

He is the school's first EISA All-East first teamer since Nordic skier Hege Vethe '98 in 1995-96, and the first Alpine competitor to land on the first squad since Jennifer Coan '94 in 1993-94. The full field of NCAA competitors, which could include as many as five Purple Knights, which would be a school record, will be revealed on Monday. The full field of NCAA competitors, which could include as many as five Purple Knights, which would be a school record, will be revealed on Monday. Senior Clara Lopez Costa (Barcelona, Spain/Green Mountain Valley School) concluded her college career with the slalom race.

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babsonathletics.com 2 minutes ago

Second-Quarter Run Propels Men’s Lacrosse Past Skidmore, 15-9

stopped the run momentarily, but sophomore Mason O'Hanlon (Manhattan Beach, Calif.) and Allen scored over the final 41 seconds of the stanza to make it 8-3 at the break. First-year Hudson Miller (Red Hook, N.Y.) struck back less than two minutes later as part of a three-goal run in 90 seconds that helped Skidmore cut its deficit to 10-7 with 8:40 to go in the period. The momentum was short-lived however, as Mishkind scored twice and sophomore Alexander Lesher (Scottsdale, Ariz.) added another tally late in the frame to push the Beavers' lead back to 13-7 going to the fourth. Junior Christopher Aranalde (Rockville Centre, N.Y.) made 10 of his 14 saves in the second half for the Beavers, while senior Tim Rahill (Wellesley, Mass.)

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goterriers.com 2 minutes ago

Women's Lacrosse Routs Hartford, 20-2

Kelly Mathews and Conry laced unassisted goals in the opening two minutes, forcing Hartford to burn an early timeout to attempt to slow BU's attack. and Conry laced unassisted goals in the opening two minutes, forcing Hartford to burn an early timeout to attempt to slow BU's attack. Kaitlin Belval and Ava Barry kept the high-octane offense rolling, combining for three straight strikes to push the Terriers command to 6-1 just 10 minutes into action. Maddie MacMaster and Caroline Pino netted the final goals of the day, while the Terrier defense held Hartford scoreless in the second half.

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quinnipiacbobcats.com 2 minutes ago

Women's Lacrosse Downs LIU Brooklyn in Home Opener, 14-8

Goalkeeper Sami Walters recorded eight saves in her second win of the season as she played all 60 minutes. The Bobcats have a quick turnaround, traveling to Hofstra on Tuesday, Feb. 26 for a 3:00 p.m. contest on Long Island. Allison Kuhn and Kayla Moreau all recorded two goals Saturday to help pace the offensive attack. Kuhn finished the game second on the team with four points while Deegan had three.Quinnipiac 14, LIU Brooklyn 8QU Lacrosse Stadium | Hamden, Conn.Quinnipiac (2-2, 0-0 MAAC) | Yale (0-3, 0-0 IVY)

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wsuraiders.com 2 minutes ago

Wright State University Athletics

The Raiders will be looking for redemption against the Penguins after Youngstown State knocked them off at home early in the conference slate by a score of 68-83. In the game, Sarah Cash led in scoring with 25 points and rebounding with seven.On the season, the Penguins have four players averaging in double-digits. Mary Dunn (13.1), Sarah Cash (13.0), Alison Smolinski (12.9) and Chelsea Olson (10.5) are all represented in the Top-16 scorers in the Horizon League this season. Chelsea Olson leads Youngstown State in rebounds with an average of 7.3, good for sixth in the conference.

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