Spartans win last four out of five in NAC

Will Chmielewski / Castleton Spartan

Lindsey Sabo looks to pass in a game earlier this month in Glenbrook Gym.


Castleton vs. New England College

The Castleton University Women’s basketball team extended its winning streak to three games in a rematch of last year’s North Atlantic Conference championship game beating New England College 56-33. Castleton’s defense held New England College scoreless from the field in second half en route to the victory. Junior Lindsay Sabo was a force on both sides of the ball, scoring a game-high 22 points and snatching six steals while senior Bryanna Dupont dominated the paint with 12 points and 13 rebounds. Junior Guard Marjani Lillard and Senior Forward Tiffany Davis both finished in double figures for the Pilgrims with 11 points each. The Spartans improve to (11-3) overall and (7-1) in NAC competition while the Pilgrims fall to (8-6) overall and (2-5) in Conference play.

Castleton @ Husson

Coach Tim Barrett’s squad then went on the road, losing to the Husson Eagles 72-52. The Eagles held the Spartans to just six points in the third quarter providing the cushion they needed to soar to a confortable win. Husson’s Kenzie Worcester led the way with 21 points while Darla Morales added 17 points from off the bench. Jade Desroches led the Spartans in scoring with 10 points. The loss ended Castleton’s three-game winning-streak, giving them a record of (11-4) overall and (7-2) in NAC play. Husson improves to (11-3) overall and (9-0) in NAC competition.

Castleton @ Maine-Maritime

The Castleton Spartans went on an 11-2 scoring run to finish the game and beat Maine-Maritime 65-56 on the road this past weekend. Three Spartans finished in double figures including senior Bryanna DuPont, who ended the game with a double-double of 14 points and 11 rebounds. Alayne Felix led the Mariners with 16 points while Mackenzie Vosburgh added 13 points off the bench. The Mariners fall to (8-7) overall and (5-4) in NAC competition. The Spartans improve to (12-4) overall and (8-3) in NAC play.

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