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NCAA3: Amherst beat Tufts to claim championship title (Photo:gazettenet.com)
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Top 25 Ranking
 1. Amherst  
 2. St.Thomas  
 3. Thomas More  
 4. Tufts  
 5. Ohio Northern  
 6. Washington  
 7. Trinity, TX  
 8. Wartburg  
 9. Puget Sound  
 10. Chris.Newport  
 11. DePauw  
 12. Montclair St.  
 13. Wisc.-Oshkosh  
 14. Gustavus Adolphus  
 15. Trine  
 16. Whitman  
 17. Scranton  
 18. Hope  
 19. Bowdoin  
 20. Carnegie Mellon  
 21. Geneseo St.  
 22. Messiah  
 23. Mary Washington  
 24. George Fox  
 25. Wheaton, IL  
 26. FDU-Florham  
Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
 1 Bacon, Kean24.7 
 2 Murphy, Carnegie M.23.5 
 3 Del Rosario, Lehman23.3 
 4 Moss, Thomas More22.1 
 5 Folger, Lancaster B.22.1 
Rebounds Per Game
 1 Grant, York (NY)20.1 
 2 Holmes, Denison17.8 
 3 Brown, FDU-Florham15.7 
 4 Riley, Bard15.4 
 5 Preston, Cobleskill St.14.5 
Assists Per Game
 1 Vallely, Muhlenberg9.4 
 2 Pennell, Lancaster B.7.9 
 3 Podlovits, Baruch7.7 
 4 Ferrucci, Widener7.3 
 5 Simmons, Rutgers-Ne.6.5 
Steals Per Game
 1 Frederick-Childress, Lutheran4.8 
 2 Gage, Gallaudet4.6 
 3 Aichele, Elizabet.4.3 
 4 Lofink, Concordia4.1 
 5 Loggins, Clarkson4.1 
Blocks Per Game
 1 Holmes, Denison6.2 
 2 Williams, Stockton6.0 
 3 Asabor, Kean Fr.4.9 
 4 Lavin, Eastern4.6 
 5 Hoffman, King's (PA)3.8 

NCAA D3 Bracket 2017
No. 1 Amherst rolls past ECSU - Dec 14, 2011


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Jackie Renner (6'0''-F) matched a game-high with 14 points, adding seven rebounds and five assists in top-ranked Amhersts 66-45 non-conference road win against Eastern Connecticut State.

Improving to 7-0 on the season, the Jeffs have won their last four meetings against the Warriors, while ECSU fell to 4-3 on the year.

Up one after a Lauren Kelleher free-throw at 18:10, Lem Atanga McCormick drained a three on the left wing to extend the Amherst lead to 7-3. After an ECSU turnover, Renner drove the lane for two before a Shannon Finucane trey from the right side staked the Jeffs to a 12-3 advantage.

Trying to help the home team keep pace, Kelleher drew a foul on the Warriors next possession, going 2-for-2 from the line to trim the margin to seven. Renner responded with a three from the top of the circle to give Amherst its first double-digit lead.

Driving the baseline with just under 13 and a half to go in the first, Renner kicked it out to Finucane for another Lord Jeff triple before a Kristina Forsman jumper from the left elbow ended a 6:40 ECSU field-goal drought.

After two Piper Chapman free-throws and a Blodgett basket made it 18-11, the Warriors cut the deficit to just four on a Forsman triple. Looking to regain the momentum co-captain Kim Fiorentinobeat her defender, dishing it to an open Megan Robertson for two before an Atanga McCormick bucket pushed the Jeff lead back up to eight with 9:21 on the clock.

With both squads settling in defensively neither team managed to add to its tally during the next five minutes before a Fiorentino block led to the games first fastbreak points, ending the scoreless streak. Bridget Crowley and Renner kept things rolling with consecutive layups making it 28-14 before four consecutive Chapman points pulled the Warriors back within 10 at 2:21.

Getting a big defensive stop with under 30 seconds to play in the half, Blodgett drove to her right before pulling up for a jumper just inside the free-throw line, slicing the Lord Jeff lead to 30-22 heading into the intermission.

Continuing to go on the offensive to start the second, Chapman connected on a bucket down low, bringing ECSU within six. After Fiorentino split a pair from the charity stripe, first-year Taylor McBride dove into the lane, laying it in to make it 31-26.

With under 17 to go, a hustling Robertson followed up a Caroline Stedman misfire with a putback for the Jeffs first field-goal of the frame. Bringing the ball down with just 15 and a half left, Fiorentino found Stedman spotted up on the left wing, allowing the senior to dial it in from long distance, upping the Lord Jeff cushion to 36-26.

ECSU responded with six consecutive points, paring the deficit to four at 12:43 on a Chapman basket but Stedman answered with a turnaround jumper in the lane, stemming the surging Warriors tide. Looking to extend the Amherst margin, Fiorentino again found Stedman with a cross-court pass for the Jeffs seventh three of the night.

After a Forsman layup at 10:35, Renner netted the games next five points to help Amherst build a 46-34 edge. Still up 12 with just four minutes remaining, Stedman went coast-to-coast after a Crowley block before Marcia Voigt converted a three-point play the old fashioned way to make it 55-38.

Stedman capped off the Jeffs decisive 21-6 run in a 9:21 second half span with a layup at 3:22 putting Amherst up 19 before McBride netted the Warriors first points in just two minutes, ending a string of seven consecutive Amherst scores.

Stedman finished with 14 points on 6-for-11 shooting, while Robertson added 10 points and nine rebounds. Voigt and Atanga McCormick combined for 15 points while Finucane chipped in with six. Fiorentino added a career-high 10 rebounds in the win. As a team, Amherst shot 25-for-60 (41.7 percent) from the field and 7-for-15 (46.7 percent) from three-point range.

Chapman led an ESCU side that shot just 16-for-54 (29.6 percent) from the floor and 1-for-9 (11.1 percent) from behind the arc with 14 points and 10 boards, while Blodgett added 10 points and eight rebounds.

Courtesy of www.ncaa.com   



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