Senior quarterback Mack Lowrie (Foxborough/Roxbury Latin HS) threw five touchdown passes, including three to freshman wide receiver Austin Ryan (Foxborough/Foxborough HS), and junior safety Nick Athy (Holliston/Holliston HS) was involved in four of his team’s six takeaways as Bentley University celebrated Homecoming by stunning LIU Post, the ninth-ranked team in Division II, 40-21 in Northeast-10 Conference football Saturday afternoon.
Making his season debut, Bentley University senior Graham Chapski (East Greenwich, R.I./East Greenwich HS) was his team’s top finisher Saturday morning during the Trevecca Nazarene Division II Showcase at Percy Warner Park.
With sophomore Paige Fehskens (Wareham, Mass./Wareham HS) the Falcons’ top finisher for the third straight race, the Bentley University women’s cross country finished eighth of 17 teams in the Trevecca Nazarene Division II Showcase at Percy Warner Park Saturday morning.
Senior Kaycee Zelkovsky (Lambertville, N.J.) was involved two of LIU Post’s three second-half goals as the fourth-ranked team in Division II rallied from a halftime deficit to top Bentley University, 3-1, in Northeast-10 Conference field hockey action Saturday.
Sophomore right side Caitlin Corcoran (Trappe, Pa./Perkiomen Valley HS) hit .571 with eight kills and no errors, and five other Falcons made at least five kills, as Bentley University stretched its win streak to four with a 3-0 sweep of St. Michael’s College in Northeast-10 Conference women’s volleyball Friday night at the Dana Center. The scores were 25-8, 25-16 and 25-15.
Bentley University freshman Tommy Ethier (Nashua, N.H./Bishop Guertin HS) was named the Northeast-10 Conference Men’s Golf Rookie of the Week following his outstanding performance in the Southern New Hampshire Penmen Invitational Monday and Tuesday.
The 18th kill of the night for sophomore outside hitter Dani Milner (Plano, Texas/The Greenhill School) capped a match-ending 9-3 run and gave Bentley University a 3-2 non-conference victory over American International College in women’s volleyball action Thursday night at the Dana Center.
Earlier this summer, former Bentley University field hockey All-America and scoring great Mary Rogers was inducted into the Northeast-10 Conference Hall of Fame. At halftime of the Falcons’ game with LIU Post Saturday, Rogers’ accomplishment will be recognized. In addition, there will be a post-game reception in the Fenway Sky Box for friends, family and alumni. With the game scheduled for an 11 am start, the halftime ceremony should begin at 11:35 am or shortly thereafter.
On September 23, 1972, what was then Bentley College played its first football game of the modern era, a club game at Western New England College that finished in a 6-6 tie. On the 45th anniversary of that debut game, Bentley University will celebrate Homecoming 2017 with the Falcons looking for their third straight win as they take on nationally-ranked LIU Post with kickoff set for 2 pm.
Senior middle blocker McKenna Buck (Renton, Wash./Holy Names Acad.) and two sophomores, Dani Milner (Plano, Texas/The Greenhill School) and Rachel Bruno (San Diego, Calif./Frances Parker School), combined for 29 kills and a .431 hitting percentage, as Bentley University swept past Franklin Pierce University in three sets in Northeast-10 Conference women’s basketball Tuesday night at the Dana Center.
Almost two years ago, Lauren Lukis gave birth to her first child, Luke. While this in and of itself may not be newsworthy to those outside Lukis’ family circle, how about this? Lukis is the women’s soccer coach at Bentley, and was back on the sidelines later that month.
Junior forward Kacie Smith (Norwood) and sophomore back Michaela Antonellis (Watertown) each had two goals and an assist as Stonehill College blanked Bentley University, 5-0, in Northeast-10 Conference field hockey Wednesday evening.
Prior to Friday night’s women’s volleyball match against St. Michael’s College, Bentley University will pay tribute to the woman who built and led the program for more than three decades, the late Sandy Hoffman, with the ceremony beginning at 6 pm.
Bentley University freshman Tommy Ethier (Nashua, N.H./Bishop Guertin HS) certainly made a mark for himself during his first tournament as a collegian with his efforts helping the Falcons finish third among 14 teams in the Southern New Hampshire University Penmen Fall Invitational.
Bentley University sophomore free safety Quintin McDermott (Franklin/ Milton Academy) has been named the Northeast-10 Conference Defensive Player of the Week following his outstanding performance in Saturday’s 17-7 win at Merrimack College.
Led by a freshman making his collegiate debut, the Bentley University men’s golf team finished Monday’s opening day of the Southern New Hampshire Penmen Fall Invitational in fourth place with a four-over-par 280. The two-day, 13-team event will conclude at the Hanover Country Club on Tuesday.
Junior Nick Athy (Holliston/Holliston HS), sophomores Quintin McDermott (Franklin/Milton Academy) and classmate Derek Perkins (Milton/Milton HS) all made interceptions in the end zone to lead Bentley University to a 17-7 win over Merrimack College in Northeast-10 Conference football at humid Mejail-Martone Field Saturday afternoon.
No. 16 ranked Adelphi continued its unbeaten start to the season with a 3-1 home win over visiting Bentley in Northeast-10 women’s soccer on Monday afternoon. Freshman Megan Doubleday (Wolcott, Conn./Wolcott) had a 2nd half goal for the Falcons.
With sophomores Paige Fehskens (Wareham, Mass./Wareham HS) and Kaileigh Wimert (Falmouth, Maine/Falmouth HS) leading the way, the Bentley University women’s cross country team finished first among five teams in the Kirsh Cup, hosted by Franklin Pierce University at the State Fairgrounds Saturday morning.
For the second straight season the Bentley University men’s tennis team got its fall season underway at the UConn Invitational, which featured a host of Division I teams and Northeast-10 rival Merrimack. Four single elimination singles tournaments and two doubles tournaments were contested.
Junior Rachel Hui (Hong Kong) and senior Alexia Petruzziello (North Haven, Conn./North Haven) continued their unbeaten starts to the season in singles matches, as they helped the Bentley women’s tennis team defeat New Haven 7-2 on Saturday.
Bentley junior goalkeeper David Price (Needham, Mass./Beaver Country) made two huge saves in double overtime to help the men’s soccer team earn a 0-0 draw with Southern Connecticut State on Saturday afternoon in a Northeast-10 match.
Sophomore outside hitter Dani Milner (Plano, Texas/The Greenhill School) had her sixth and seventh double-doubles of the season as Bentley University split a pair of matches Saturday during a triangular women’s volleyball match at Molloy College’s Quealy Gymnasium.
The Northeast-10’s leading goal scorer Kallie Villemaire scored two goals to lead Assumption to a 2-1 victory over the Bentley women’s soccer team on Saturday afternoon. Senior Peyton Kent (Amherst, N.H./Souhegan) had the goal for the Falcons.
Bentley University junior Janelle Magoon (Londonderry, N.H./ Londonderry HS), a Rider University transfer, scored her first goal as a Falcon, but five different players scored for Assumption College as the Greyhounds prevailed 5-1 in Northeast-10 Conference field hockey action Saturday afternoon at AC’s Multi-Sport Stadium.