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Local college roundup: Cangelosi lifts Conn men to key hockey win

Published February 09. 2014 4:00AM

New London - JC Cangelosi scored a pair of goals and had an assist, leading Connecticut College to a 5-3 win over Tufts in a New England Small College Athletic Conference men's hockey game Saturday night.

Conn (7-12-1, 6-8) led 3-0 after one period on goals by Joe Giordano, Penn Sednaoui and Cangelosi. Kevin Kelly had a second-period goal, Cangelosi scored in the third period, Mike Petchonka made 40 saves and Corey Wisnowski had two assists for the Camels. Tufts is 3-17, 1-13.

Women's basketball

• Janissa Delzo made two free throws with two seconds left to give Emerson a 48-46 win over Coast Guard Academy in the New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference. Torie Sutherland led the Bears (15-5, 11-5) with 11 points and nine rebounds and Meghan Fornaro added 10 points.

• Hannah Brickley had 21 points and 12 rebounds, leading Trinity to a 58-48 win over Conn College in a NESCAC game. Liz Malman had 15 points, Carlee Smith scored 12 and Tara Gabelman had 11 rebounds for Conn (12-10, 4-4).

Men's basketball

• Matt Redfield has 10 points and 13 rebounds to lead MIT past Coast Guard, 45-37, in the NEWMAC. Kevin Alvarez led the Bears (5-16, 2-8) with 10 points and Devonte Weems added eight rebounds and four assists.

• UConn-Avery Point fell behind in the first half and never regained the lead, falling to Lincoln, 82-71. Keith Porter had 29 points while Malcolm Simmons added 13 points and eight rebounds and Sam Turner had 13 points for the Pointers (11-10).

• Shay Ajayi scored 18 points and had 10 rebounds as Trinity beat Connecticut College 98-66 in a NESCAC game. Mason Lopez scored 18, Matt Vadas had 16 points and Zuri Pavlin had seven rebounds for Conn (9-11, 2-6). Chris Turnbull had 17 points for Trinity (13-9, 5-4).

Women's hockey

• Emily Fluke had a goal and an assist as Middlebury beat Conn College 3-0 in the NESCAC. Kelsie Fralick made 29 saves for Conn (8-10-3, 3-8-3).

Men's indoor track

• Conn College placed fourth in the distance medley relay at the Boston University Valentine Invite, but set a school record and moved up to No. 2 on the NCAA Division III performance list. Ben Bosworth, Ian Rathkey of Old Lyme, Niall Williams and Michael LeDuc finished in 9:57.30 for the Camels. LeDuc also set a school record in the mile (4:05.2) and is also No. 2 on the NCAA performance list.

Women's indoor track

• Conn College finished fifth in the distance medley relay at the BU Valentine Invite, but moved up to fourth place on the NCAA Division III performance list. Bella Franz, Amanda Jacobsen, Caroline Leonard and Kim Bolick were timed in 12:05.84. In addition, Franz set a school record in the 800 (2:14.86), the fastest race in the nation by a freshman.

Conn also participated in the MIT Invite where Sam Peaver set a school record in the 20-pound weight throw (44 feet, ¾ inch).

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