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The College Report: Summit’s Healey is Part of Well-Balanced Attack in Ithaca Hoops Win

John Manley

Tuesday, February 5, 2013 • 12:03pm

Jordan Healey (Summit, Sr.) was one of three Ithaca College players to score 11 points, co-high for the Bombers in Saturday's 74-65 road win over Houghton in men’s basketball. He efficiently got his number on 4-for-5 shooting from the floor and 2-for-2 from the foul line. He also banged the boards for seven rebounds, which was also co-high for Ithaca (14-6, 9-2 Empire 8).

Joey Kizel (Short Hills, Jr.) nailed four of five three-point tries for 12 points in Middlebury's 85-62 road win over Colby on Saturday. Kizel also took down five rebounds for the Panthers, who are now 19-1.

Jack Cole (New Providence, Soph.) produced another double-double to help Stonehill defeat Pace, 61-58, in Pleasantville, N.Y. on Saturday. Cole led the Skyhawks (10-9, 6-9 Northeast-10) in scoring with 15 points, which he accumulated by making six of his 10 field goal attempts and three of his four free throws. Eleven rebounds fell his way, too.

Yvon Raymond (Maplewood, Sr.) ripped down a team-high seven rebounds for St. Peter's, which lost Sunday's game with Manhattan, 57-49, in the Bronx. He chipped in 12 points on 4-for-9 shooting from the floor and 4-for-4 from the foul line. He also earned credit for four distributions. The Peacocks are 7-15 overall and 2-10 in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference.

Andy Charles (West Orange, Jr.) scored 17 points to lead Centenary to an 86-71 win over Rosemont in Hackettstown on Saturday. He connected on six of 12 field goal attempts and five of six free throws. He also came down with seven caroms for the Cyclones (12-10, 9-6 Colonial States Athletic Conference).

Ken Rubenstein (South Orange, Sr.) has his shooting eye back in focus, but that was scant consolation for Montclair State, which lost, 82-75, to visiting Richard Stockton on Saturday. Rubenstein's 21 points were co-high for the Red Hawks (7-15, 3-12 New Jersey Athletic Conference), and they materialized when five of his 11 field goal attempts went in (including four of 10 from deep), along with seven of eight foul shots. He also got credit for four assists and three steals.

Drew Marley (Maplewood, Soph.) returned to the lineup for New Jersey City in Saturday's 54-47 win over William Paterson in Wayne. He scored nine points off the bench, getting four of his seven field goal attempts and his lone free throw to drop through the hoop. He also wrested a team seven rebounds as the Gothic Knights evened their season mark at 11-11 (6-9 NJAC).

James Burke (Scotch Plains, Sr.) contributed 14 points for MIT in Saturday's 68-59 win over Springfield in Cambridge, Mass. He was the only player on either team not to take a breather. He made three of 10 shots from the field, including two of eight from downtown, plus six of seven foul shots. MIT improved to 16-4.

Lamar Powell (West Orange, Soph.) was leading scorer for Bard with 13 points in Saturday's 78-51 loss to Clarkson in Annandale-on-Hudson, N.Y. He deposited six of 13 field goal attempts through the hoop, including one of two three-point tries. Bard is 4-16 overall and 1-12 in Liberty League play.

Kevin Udo (West Orange, Jr.) scored nine points and grabbed eight rebounds for Bloomfield in an 81-76 loss to Philadelphia University on Saturday at home. Udo made four of eight shots from the field and one of three from the foul line. He also rejected five Philly shots, one more than the opposition recorded as a team. The Deacons slipped to 11-10 overall and 9-4 in Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference action.

WOMEN'S BASKETBALL

Caroline Murphy (Chatham, Jr.) and Alyssa Polimeni (Berkeley Heights, Fr.) led their respective sides in scoring in Saturday’s Gettysburg-Ursinus match, won by the home Bullets, 64-48. Murphy paced Gettysburg (15-6, 12-4 Centennial Conference), winners of eight of their last nine games, with 19 points. She cashed on nine of 16 field goal attempts and one of two free throws. She also pounced on 11 rebounds and got credit for five distributions. Polimeni’s 18 points for Ursinus (10-11, 7-9 Centennial Conference) resulted from five successful shots out of nine from the floor (two of three from the battlefield) and four of four from the foul line.

The die was cast long before halftime of Saturday’s game in Mahwah between Ramapo and Rowan, when the host Roadrunners hit the lockerroom with a 36-8 lead. That gave Ramapo a chance to clear the bench and let some of their less heralded Roadrunners flash their talent; Anna Fucci (West Orange, Jr.) for example. She finished with 11 points, shooting 4-for-7 from the floor, including 3-for-5 from Campgaw, along with a game-high five steals. The final score was Ramapo, 68, Rowan, 26. Ramapo is 16-6 overall and 9-4 in NJAC play.

Drew's Jeramie Barletta (Madison, Sr.) scored eight points in Saturday's 66-48 loss to Catholic University in Washington, D.C. She got three of her six field goal attempts to drop, including both of her tries from Capitol Hill. Drew returned home with an 8-13 record and 4-6 in the Landmark Conference.

ICE HOCKEY

Danny Kaufman (Scotch Plains, Sr.), scored a goal, his 12th of the season, as Johnson & Wales suffered an 8-3 loss to Wentworth in a Sunday road contest. Kaufman's goal was scored on a power play. The Wildcats are 7-13-1.

Rebecca Morse (Westfield, Jr.) earned an assist on Providence's first goal of the game in a 4-3 overtime win against Connecticut at home on Saturday. That pushed the Friars' record to 14-11-4.

WRESTLING

Delaware Valley heavyweight Mike Boardman (Madison, Soph.) pinned Ithaca College's Criz Ramirez at 1:04 of their match in Doylestown, Pa. on Saturday. Boardman's victory capped a 26-12 Delaware Valley win.

North Carolina's Christian Barber (Westfield, Fr.) was a 12-4 major decision victor over North Carolina State's Thomas Gantt in Chapel Hill, N.C. on Saturday. Barber wrestles at 149 pounds. The Tar Heels defeated the Wolfpack, 30-6.

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