Week at a Glance: November 19-25

Week at a Glance: November 19-25

Southern New Hampshire University Athletics
Week at a Glance (November 19-25, 2018)

Female Athlete of the Week: Kylie Lorenzen - Women's Basketball - Sr., F
Kylie Lorenzen (Holliston, Mass.) averaged 22.0 points, 12.5 rebounds and 3.0 assists per game, while shooting 51.3 percent (20-39) from the field and 80 percent (4-5) from the line, during a 2-0 week for the Penmen. Lorenzen began the week with a bang, pouring in a career-high 31 points (14-28 FG, 3-3 FT), while matching her career best with 16 rebounds and handing out three assists, in a 59-55 victory at Merrimack on Tuesday. Lorenzen followed up that effort with 13 points (6-11 FG, 1-2 FT), nine rebounds and three helpers in just under 24 minutes of Sunday's 85-51 win over Chestnut Hill. 

Male Athlete of the Week: Kurt Gutting - Men's Ice Hockey - Jr., G
Kurt Gutting (Weymouth, Mass.) stopped 82 of the 85 shots he faced during a 1-0-1 week at the Manchester/PAL Stovepipe Tournament, compiling a 1.44 goals-against average and a .965 save percentage. Gutting racked up a career-high 54 saves in a 2-1 upset of seventh-ranked UMass Boston on Saturday and then turned aside 28 shots in Sunday's 2-2 tie versus Fredonia in the title game.

Cross Country
Last Week's Results:
Idle
This Week's Meets:
12/1 at NCAA Division II National Championship - M: 11 a.m.

Notes:
- The men's cross country team was off last week and will compete in its first NCAA Division II National Championship on Saturday at the Bob O'Connor Golf Course in Pittsburgh, Pa.

Women's Basketball (6-0, 2-0 NE10)
Last Week's Results:
11/20 at Merrimack - W, 59-55
11/25 vs. Chestnut Hill - W, 85-51
This Week's Games:
11/28 vs. Saint Anselm - 5:30 p.m.
12/1 at Assumption - 1:30 p.m.

Notes:
- Women's basketball went 2-0 last week and is now 6-0 for the first time since the 2015-16 season.
- Senior Kylie Lorenzen (Holliston, Mass.) averaged 22.0 points, 12.5 rebounds and 3.0 assists per game, while shooting 51.3 percent (20-39) from the field and 80 percent (4-5) from the line. Lorenzen began the week with a bang, pouring in a career-high 31 points (14-28 FG, 3-3 FT), while matching her career best with 16 rebounds and handing out three assists, in a 59-55 victory at Merrimack on Tuesday. Lorenzen followed up that effort with 13 points (6-11 FG, 1-2 FT), nine rebounds and three helpers in just under 24 minutes of Sunday's 85-51 win over Chestnut Hill.
- In the Chestnut Hill victory, junior Molly Terry (Shrewsbury, Mass.) netted 12 points (5-8 FG, 1-3 3-FG, 1-1 FT), with sophomore Gyanna Russell (E. Hampton, Conn.) adding a season-best 11 points (3-6 FG, 2-3 3-FG, 3-3 FT).

Men's Basketball (4-2, 1-1 NE10)
Last Week's Results:
11/20 at Merrimack - L, 69-75
11/25 vs. Post - W, 99-91 (2OT)
This Week's Games:
11/28 vs. Saint Anselm - 7:30 p.m.
12/1 at Assumption - 3:30 p.m.

Notes:
- Men's basketball went 1-1 last week, snapping a two-game skid by pulling out a 99-91 victory against Post in double-overtime Sunday.
- Senior Daquaise Andrews (Queens, N.Y.) tallied 30.5 points, 8.5 rebounds, 4.0 assists and 2.5 steals per game, while shooting 42.5 percent (17-40) from the field, including 41.7 percent (5-12) from beyond the arc, and 73.3 percent (22-30) from the line. Andrews scored a season-high 24 points (7-14 FG, 5-8 3-FG, 5-5 FT), while adding seven rebounds, three assists, two steals and a block in a 75-69 loss at Merrimack on Tuesday, but evidently fueled up over the Thanksgiving break, as he exploded for a career-high 37 points (10-26 FG, 17-25 FT), 10 rebounds, five helpers and three steals in the double-overtime victory against Post. The 25 free throw attempts set a new program record and were one fewer than Post's entire team, as he slashed and drove his way to the hoop, drawing 13 fouls on the afternoon.
- Junior Eamonn Joyce (Medford, Mass.) posted 18.0 points, 4.5 rebounds and 2.0 blocks per game, while shooting 66.7 percent (14-21) from the floor, including 75 percent (3-4) from downtown, and 83.3 percent (5-6) at the stripe. Joyce recorded 20 points (9-13 FG, 1-1 3-FG, 1-1 FT), three boards and two blocks at Merrimack, before notching 16 points (5-8 FG, 2-3 3-FG, 4-5 FT), six rebounds and two blocks against Post.
- Junior Shawn Montague (Yorktown Heights, N.Y.) gathered 11.0 points, 10.5 rebounds, 2.0 blocks and 1.0 assist per game, while shooting 53.3 percent (8-15) from the floor. Montague registered 12 points (5-8 FG, 2-4 FT), 11 rebounds, two assists and a pair of blocks at Merrimack and made it three straight double-doubles Sunday with 10 points (3-7 FG, 4-7 FT), 10 rebounds and two blocks versus the Eagles.

Men's Ice Hockey (5-3-2, 2-2-1 NE10)
Last Week's Results:
11/24 vs. #7 UMass Boston - W, 2-1
11/25 vs. Fredonia - T, 2-2 (Fredonia won in shootout)
This Week's Games:
12/1 vs. Franklin Pierce - 6:40 p.m.

Notes:
- Men's ice hockey went 1-0-1 last week, as it hosted the Manchester PAL/Stovepipe Tournament.
- Freshman Charlie Davis (Milton, Mass.) scored a pair of goals, including the game winner in Saturday's 2-1 upset of seventh-ranked UMass Boston, before finding the back of the net Sunday to stake the Penmen to a 1-0 lead in eventual 2-2 tie with Fredonia in the title game of the Stovepipe. Fredonia would win in a shootout.
- Freshman Joe Fiorino (Willow Grove, Pa.) notched a goal and an assist, as he dished an assist against UMass Boston and potted the equalizer in the third period versus Fredonia.
- Senior Artem Efimov-Barakov (Khimki, Russia) dished a pair of helpers, setting up Davis' game-winner against the Beacons and then collecting an assist on Davis' strike versus the Devils.
- Junior goaltender Kurt Gutting (Weymouth, Mass.) stopped 82 of the 85 shots he faced during the tournament, compiling a 1.44 goals-against average and a .965 save percentage. Gutting racked up a career-high 54 saves in the take-down of UMass Boston and then turned aside 28 shots against Fredonia.

Women's Track & Field
Last Week's Results:
Idle
This Week's Meets:
12/1 at UMass Boston Indoor Open

Notes:
- Women's track & field kicks off its season Saturday at the UMass Boston Indoor Open at the Reggie Lewis Center in Boston.

Women's Tennis (7-7, 6-5 NE10)
Last Week's Results:
Idle
This Week's Matches:
Idle

Notes:
- Women's tennis is off until the spring.

Men's Tennis (3-0, 1-0 NE10)
Last Week's Results:
Idle
This Week's Matches:
Idle

Notes:
- Men's tennis is off until the spring.

Women's Golf
Last Week's Results:
Idle
This Week's Matches:
Idle

Notes:
- Women's golf is off until the spring.

Men's Golf
Last Week's Results:
Idle
This Week's Matches:
Idle

Notes:
- Men's golf is off until the spring.

COMPLETED SEASONS

Men's Soccer (13-4-2, 8-3-2 NE10)

Notes:
- Men's soccer won 13 matches for the second straight season, earning the No. 3 seed for the Northeast-10 Championship.
- The team hosted an NE10 quarterfinal match against Franklin Pierce and then posted a 3-0 victory - its first in the NE10 postseason since 2015. It then fell, 1-0, at Adelphi in the semifinal round.
- The Penmen were the first team out whe they NCAA Selection Committee announced its field for the East Regional.
- Senior Alex Satrustegui (Pamplona, Spain) was named the Northeast-10 Player of the Year after tallying 19 goals and two assists for 40 points in just 14 matches. Despite missing four contests, Satrustegui led the league in goals, tied for first in points and notched the most game-winning tallies. Nationally, the three-time NE10 Player of the Week ranked fifth in goals and eighth in points. He was joined on the All-Conference First Team by sophomore Tom Marriott (Nottingham, England) and graduate student Collyns Laokandi (Paris, France).
- Senior goalkeeper Daniel Milton (Ajax, Ontario) and sophomore Kiko Hernandez (Madrid, Spain) earned spots on the Second Team, with sophomores Nadjib Chibout (Lyon, France) and Jannik Mohr (Koblenz, Germany) garnering Third Team spots. Redshirt-sophomore Andre Pereira (Cheshire, Conn.) received an All-Rookie Team nod.

Women's Soccer (14-4-2, 10-2-2 NE10)

Notes:
- Women's soccer tallied up 14 victories, including 10 in Northeast-10 play, as it earned the No. 2 seed for the NE10 Championship for the second straight season.
- After pulling out a 2-1 overtime victory against Southern Connecticut in the quarterfinals, the Penmen were upset by sixth-seeded Assumption, 2-0, in the semifinals.
- The team earned its fifth NCAA Tournament berth with the No. 4 seed in the East Region, but fell to fifth-seeded LIU Post on penalty kicks, 4-3, following 110 minutes of scoreless soccer.
- Senior Samantha Sparda (Scarborough, Maine) was selected to the Division II Conference Commissioners Association (D2CCA) East All-Region Second Team after anchoring a back line that led the league with a 0.90 goals-against average and 20 goals allowed (amongst teams that played at least 17 matches).
- Sparda was also named to the NE10 All-Conference First Team and was joined by classmate Ariana Silvia (Brockton, Mass.).
- Senior Danielle Humphreys (Hebron, Conn.), graduate student Sydney Crema (Litchfield, N.H.) and freshman Sydney Carney (Northborough, Mass.) all garnered Second Team accolades, while freshmen Dorthea Glorud (Brumunddal, Norway) and Hannah Rose (Waterloo, Ontario), junior Shae Roys (No. Billerica, Mass.), and sophomore Lydia Kinsman (Granville, Mass.) each received Third Team honors. 
- Carney, Glorud and Rose also garnered All-Rookie nods.

Women's Volleyball (10-13, 8-6 NE10)

Notes:
- Volleyball for the second straight season enjoyed a second-half surge, winning nine of 14 to end the regular season and nab the No. 5 seed for the Northeast-10 Championship, as it earned a postseason bert for the first time in three seasons.
- The team went on the road to fourth-seeded Southern Connecticut and suffered a 3-0 loss, dropping the first and third sets, 25-23, in a close battle.
- Junior Irem Bat (Istanbul, Turkey) captured NE10 All-Conference Third Team honors, as she recorded 251 kills (3.14 k/s) on .202 hitting, while tallying 23 service aces (0.29 sa/s), 278 digs (3.35 d/s) and 43 blocks (0.54 b/s).

Field Hockey (10-9, 8-5 NE10)

Notes:
- Field hockey set a new program record with 10 wins and finished above .500 for the first time in program history.
- The team earned its first Northeast-10 postseason berth ever as the No. 5 seed for the NE10 Championship and traveled across town to fourth-seeded Saint Anselm, where it suffered a 4-2 loss.
- Junior Laura van der Doorn (Beverwijk, The Netherlands) and redshirt-junior Cassidy Huckins (Loudon, N.H.) became the first Penmen in program history to garner NE10 All-Conference First Team honors. van der Doorn started all 19 contests and scored six goals, while dishing five assists, to rank third on the team in points. Huckins also started all 19 games and led the Penmen in goals with 13 and total points with 30. 
- Senior Maddie Holt (Seabrook, N.H.) and freshman Faye Turkmen (Bergen, The Netherlands) were named to the Second and Third Team, respectively, with Turkmen also receiving an All-Rookie Team nod.