The Bentley University Falcons had their most productive offensive game of the young season on Saturday, scoring 30 points and amassing 376 yards total offense, but three costly turnovers resulted in the team dropping a 35-30 Homecoming Day decision to Merrimack College. That offense will be put to the test Saturday when the Falcons (1-2, 1-1 Northeast-10) travel to Brookville, N.Y. to take on 2-0 LIU Post in a 1 pm game at Bethpage Federal Credit Union Stadium.
Behind a dominating performance from junior middle blocker Rachel Bruno (San Diego, Calif./Francis Parker School), the Bentley University women’s volleyball team posted a 3-1 win over Saint Anselm College in Northeast-10 Conference Tuesday evening at the Dana Center. The scores were 25-20, 25-27, 25-15 and 25-18.
A 51-yard scoop and run by Merrimack College freshman linebacker Tyler Roberts (Wilmington) midway through the fourth quarter proved to be the difference as the Warriors spoiled Bentley University’s Homecoming, 35-30, in Northeast-10 Conference football Saturday afternoon.
Bentley sophomores Connor Aulson (Groveland, Mass./Pentucket) and Daniel Weitz (Roslyn, N.Y./Roslyn), and freshman Alexander Novins each claimed singles consolation tournament titles at the UConn Invitational to conclude the team’s weekend.
Bentley forward Julian Stewart (Acton, Mass./Acton-Boxboro) scored his third goal of the season, but Southern Connecticut scored late to take a 2-1 victory over the visiting Falcons on Saturday afternoon.
Competing in a field of 295 runners, Bentley University senior Dan Murphy (Dunbarton, N.H./Goffstown HS) turned in a strong showing Saturday during the UMass-Dartmouth Men’s Cross Country Invitational.
Junior forward Tess Anderson (Stow/Nashoba Reg. HS) posted a hat trick and took over the Northeast-10 Conference scoring lead as Bentley University extended its winning streak to three with a 5-2 conference win over Southern Connecticut State in college field hockey action late Friday afternoon.
Junior forward Tess Anderson (Stow/Nashoba Reg. HS) posted a hat trick and took over the Northeast-10 Conference scoring lead as Bentley University extended its winning streak to three with a 5-2 conference win over the Southern Connecticut State in college field hockey action late Friday afternoon.
Senior defenseman Tanner Jago (Brandon, Manitoba) and junior forward Ryner Gorowsky (Lino Lakes, Minn.) will both wear the C on their jerseys as captains of the Bentley hockey team for the upcoming 2018-19 season.
After securing win number one of the season with a 21-point fourth quarter at Southern Connecticut Friday afternoon, the Bentley University Falcons will turn their sights to Saturday’s Homecoming Day game against Merrimack College. Kickoff is slated for 2 pm with the Falcons seeking their eighth win in their last 11 Northeast-10 games.
The Bentley University women’s volleyball team’s four-match winning streak was halted by the University of Bridgeport Friday night with the Purple Knights spoiling the Falcons’ home opener, 3-0, in non-conference action at the Dana Center. The scores were 25-21, 26-24 and 25-19.
Four players recorded at least ten kills and five made at least that many digs as the Bentley University women’s volleyball team used a team effort to register a 3-1 victory over Franklin Pierce University Wednesday night in its Northeast-10 Conference opener at the FPU Fieldhouse. The scores were 20-25, 25-20, 25-11 and 25-17.
Northeast-10 rivals Bentley and Merrimack played to a 1-1 tie Tuesday night to keep the Falcons’ record unbeaten on the season at 2-0-2. Freshman Amanda Andriano (Nesconset, N.Y./St. Anthony’s) had the goal for the Falcons.
Following an outstanding performance over the weekend in the Post Eagles Invitational, Bentley University sophomore Mallory Burbage (Bow Mar, Colo./Littleton HS) has been named the Northeast-10 Conference Women’s Volleyball Rookie of the Week.
Bentley University senior co-captain Chris Simione (Cheshire, Conn./ Cheshire HS) fired a one-under 71 during Monday’s second round and finished the season-opening Franklin Pierce Fall Invitational in second place.
After coming off the bench to spark the Falcons to a win in their conference opener Friday afternoon, Bentley University sophomore quarterback Seamus Leary (Holden/St. Peter Marian HS) has been named the Northeast-10 Conference Rookie of the Week.
Sophomore Kirsten Segaline (Scottsdale, Ariz./Desert Mountain HS) put down a career-high 22 kills and senior co-captain Krista Campbell (Newtown, Pa./Council Rock North HS) amassed a career-best 56 assists as the duo led the Bentley University women’s volleyball team to a 3-2 win over formerly 7-2 New York Institute of Technology Sunday afternoon during the Post Eagles Invitational at the Drubner Center.
Senior forward Mikayla Ullrich (Montclair, N.J./Montclair HS) scored her first goal of the season off a penalty corner, propelling Bentley University to a 1-0 win over Molloy College in non-conference field hockey action Sunday afternoon at Cedar Creek Park.
Led by senior co-captain Chris Simione (Cheshire, Conn./Cheshire HS) and sophomore Tommy Ethier (Nashua, N.H./Bishop Guertin HS), the Bentley University golf team finished day one of the Franklin Pierce Invitational in fifth place Sunday at the Keene Country Club. The Falcons achieved a score of 310, 13 strokes off the pace.
Junior forward Tess Anderson (Stow, Mass./Nashoba Reg. HS) scored twice, including the game-winner just 69 seconds into overtime, to lift Bentley University to a 4-3 win over LIU Post, the third-ranked team in Division II preseason, in Northeast-10 Conference field hockey Saturday afternoon at Bethpage Stadium.
Junior Stephanie Helin (Manchester, Conn./East Catholic) scored two goals and had one assist, and senior Alyssa Valente (New Canaan, Conn./New Canaan) netted the opening goal, as the Bentley women’s soccer team defeated AIC 3-0 on Saturday to win its NE10 opener.
Sophomore Mallory Burbage (Bow Mar, Colo./Littleton HS) recorded the first 20-kill match of her career and senior setter Krista Campbell (Newtown, Pa./Council Rock North HS) posted a 43-assist, 13-dig double-double as the Bentley University women’s volleyball team recorded a 3-1 win over Post University late Saturday evening in the Post Eagles Invitational at the Drubner Center. The scores were 25-18, 21-25, 25-22 and 25-20.
Through the first seven quarters this season, the Bentley University Falcons had been kept out of the end zone and had managed only three field goals. That changed rapidly in the opening minute of the fourth, with two TDs in a span of 18 seconds, and Bentley (1-1, 1-0 NE10) went on to stun Southern Connecticut State, 24-22, in Northeast-10 Conference football action Friday afternoon on Jess Dow Field