College Roundup: Robinson, Chargers Prevail

Sunday, January 14, 2018

Castine, Maine — Emmani Robinson, a senior on the Colby-Sawyer College women’s basketball team, hit a free throw with 0.02 seconds left on the clock to edge Maine Maritime, 52-50, and win its fifth straight game on Saturday afternoon.

Tianna Sugars led the Chargers with 13 points, shooting 4-for-6 from the floor and 5-for-6 from the free throw line. Sunapee’s Lexie Hamilton filled the stat sheet with 12 points, seven assists and six rebounds. Robinson added 11 points and eight rebounds, and Amanda Calvo scored 10 points.

Alayne Felix led Maine Maritime (7-6 overall, 3-4 conference) with 13 points and seven rebounds.

Colby-Sawyer (10-3 overall, 6-1 conference) hosts Plymouth State on Monday.

Men’s Basketball

Colby-Sawyer 92Maine Maritime 80

Castine, Maine — Austin Boudreau scored 21 points as the Chargers improved to 6-1 in North Atlantic Conference play.

Colby-Sawyer (9-4 overall) used a 18-3 run in the first half to take a lead that it never relinquished. Erik Olson added 18 points, five rebounds, three assists and a steal to power the Chargers.

Jourdain Bell tallied 15 points, six steals, four rebounds and two assists.

Nicholas DePatsy led Maine Maritime (1-13 overall, 0-7 conference) with 22 points, six rebounds and three assists.

The Chargers host Green Mountain on Tuesday.

Women’s Hockey

Colgate 4, Dartmouth 1

Hamilton, n.y. — Alyssa Baker’s unassisted tally unassisted late in the third period was all the Dartmouth could muster at the Class of 1965 Arena.

Colgate (10-2 conference, 19-3-1 overall) outshot the Big Green, 36-22, and led, 3-0, after two periods. Baker and sophomore Christina Rombaut led the Big Green with four shots apiece.

In net, junior Christine Honor made 32 saves.

“We played a very good team,” said Dartmouth interim head coach Joe Marsh.

“I think the game was closer than the score indicated. We competed pretty hard, but didn’t have discipline in some areas and took too many penalties. I thought our kids competed hard, but we missed on some opportunities.”

The Big Green (2-9-1 conference, 4-12-1 overall) hosts St. Lawrence and Clarkson next weekend at Thompson Arena.

Nordic Skiing

Carnival Season Delayed

Waterville, Maine — The start of the Dartmouth College ski team’s carnival season was delayed with cancellation of classic races at Colby College on Saturday due to rain and warm temperatures from the previous two days, according to a Dartmouth news release.

Freestyle races are scheduled for today at North Koons Trail at Quarry Road and they will been shortened, with the women’s interval-start 5K beginning at 10 a.m. and the men following with their 10K event at 11:30 a.m.

Alpine events begin next week.