Steven Collins (Lynn, Mass.) and Louis Savage (Newark, N.J.) posted 14 points apiece leading five players in double figures as host Pine Manor posted a 75-63 victory over Castleton Wednesday night at Brunelli Court.
The Gators (6-5), who won their third straight to close the semester, led nearly wire-to-wire trailing only twice in the opening minutes.
The SUNY-Canton men’s basketball team used an extended run to beging the second half to claim the American Collegiate Athletic Association (ACAA) Championship, following an 84-71 victory over Pine Manor College, Saturday afternoon. All five starters registered double figures lead by tournament MVP, senior guard Romario Fletcher (Queens, N.Y.) game-high 24 points while ripping down 16 rebounds.
Junior guard Taverick Roberson became the first Pine Manor College men’s basketball player in program history to record 1,000 points in a commanding 138-97 victory over Maine-Augusta last Tuesday evening.
The Pine Manor College men’s basketball team extended their winning streak to three games following a convincing, 110-61 victory over Rivier University, Monday evening. Led by sophomore center Ellis Reid’s (Hartford, Conn.) game-high 18 points; all five starters recorded double figures for the Gators.
The Pine Manor College men’s basketball team handed Daniel Webster College their first loss of the 2016-17 season with a 75-69 victory, Thursday evening. Junior guard Taverick Roberson (Pittsfield, Mass.) led all scorers netting 21 points.
The Pine Manor College men’s basketball team dropped down to .500 on the young season falling to Regis College, 76-75, at the Colby College Tip-Off Tournament, Saturday afternoon. The Gators move to 2-2 on the season while the Pride pick up the first victory of the season improving to 1-2 on the season.
The Pine Manor College men’s basketball team erased a 21-point deficit at the end of the first half to defeat Emerson College, 84-82, and win the Coaches vs. Cancer Greater Boston Shootout hosted by Wentworth Institute of Technology, Tuesday evening. First year forward Rasheed Bell (Boston, Mass.) earned Most Valuable Player honors finishing with 13 points to go along with nine rebounds.
The Pine Manor College men's basketball team opened the 2016-17 campaign with a decisive, 95-78, victory over non-conference Emmanuel College in the Coaches' vs. Cancer Tip-Off hosted by Wentworth Institute of Technology, Tuesday evening. The Gators jump to 1-0 to begin the season while the Saints fall to 0-1.