CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. – Pine Manor senior Therline Dumeran (Cambridge, MA) collected a game-high 17 rebounds, while also scoring 12 points, to surpass 500 rebounds in her career as Pine Manor College defeated the Simmons Sharks, 65-63, on Saturday afternoon at Brunelli Court in Chestnut Hill, MA. The Gators were also led by senior Paulette Wright, who poured in a game-high 19 points to help Pine Manor (8-15, 2-11 GNAC) earn its second Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) victory of the season. With the loss Simmons ends its 2011-12 season with a 4-20 overall record (1-12 GNAC).
BOSTON, Mass. -- Simmons Basketball had five players in double digits as the Sharks defeated the Fisher College Falcons 93-24, Tuesday evening at the Holmes Sports Center. Junior Liz O’Connor (Milton, Mass.) posted a game high 19 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Sharks to victory in the team’s final home game of the season.
BOSTON, Mass. -- Simmons Basketball fell to rival Emerson College, 63-51 Saturday afternoon, as the Sharks and Lions honored Kay Yow in the annual Great Northeast Athletic Conference’s Play for Kay match up. The Sharks celebrated the team’s three seniors, Brittany Dolloff (Hollis, N.H.), Alex Acloque (Randolph, Mass.) and Jessica Thomas (Sandwich, Mass.) prior to the game for their hard work and contributions to Simmons athletics.
NORTHFIELD, VT. – The Norwich University Cadets hit their final three free throws to overturn a late deficit and pick up a key Great Northeast Athletic Conference win against the Simmons Sharks Tuesday evening. The Cadets, improving to 10-13 overall and 5-6 in the league, trailed visiting Simmons (3-18, 1-10 GNAC) 62-46 with under six minutes left. From that point, the Maroon and Gold brought their home crowd inside Andrews Gymnasium to its feet with a 22-3 run to end the game with a 68-65 win.
Nashua, N.H. -- Rivier College Women’s Basketball defeated the visiting Simmons Sharks this afternoon, 72-56. With the victory, the Raiders are in the midst of a seven game winning streak and have won eight of their past ten since the calendar turned to 2012.
BOSTON. Mass. -- Lindsay Karle scored 22 points to lead the Albertus Magnus Falcons to victory over the Simmons Sharks 68-49 in Great Northeast Athletic Conference action at the Holmes Sports Center Wednesday evening. The Falcons move to 12-8 overall and 5-4 in the GNAC with the win.
BOSTON, Mass. – In a balanced offensive effort, the Emmanuel College women’s basketball team defeated the Simmons Sharks, 69-56, Saturday afternoon at the Jean Yawkey Center in Boston, Mass. The Saints, who never trailed in the contest, improve to 13-6 overall and remain unbeaten in the Great Northeast Athletic Conference at 7-0 while the Sharks fall to 3-15 and 1-7 in GNAC play.
BOSTON, Mass. -- Simmons Basketball fell to the undefeated Saint Joseph’s College of Maine Monks 72-38 Thursday evening in Great Northeast Athletic Conference play. The Monks, led tonight by Danyelle Shufelt with 15 points, move to 12-6 overall and 6-0 in the GNAC.
NEWTON, Mass- The Lasell College women’s basketball team picked up their second win of the season Saturday afternoon after defeating Great Northeast Athletic Conference rival Simmons 56-50. Alexis Chappell (Springfield, Mass.) led the way for the Lasers scoring with 20 points and adding ten rebounds, with Danielle Auntencio (Montville, Conn.) chipping in thirteen points for the home team.
BOSTON, Mass. -- Simmons basketball fell to the Suffolk University Rams 54-41 in Great Northeast Athletic Conference play Wednesday evening at the Holmes Sports Center. The Rams’ Mary Garon lead all players with 19 points and nine rebounds to move the Suffolk to 11-5 overall and 4-1 in the GNAC.
PAXTON, Mass. -- Paced by Hannah May’s (Hamden, Conn.) game-high 15 points, Simmons College was able to erase an 8-point halftime deficit to defeat Anna Maria College 63-58, in women’s basketball Great Northeast Athletic Conference action tonight at The Fuller Center. Simmons improves to 3-11 (1-3 GNAC) on the season while AMC drops to 5-10 (1-3 GNAC).
BOSTON, Mass. -- Simmons Basketball fell to the Saint Joseph College Blue Jays 77-64 in Great Northeast Athletic Conference play Saturday afternoon at the Holmes Sports Center. The Blue Jays went 31-60 from the floor and shot 61% from the line to move to 9-3 Overall and 2-1 in GNAC competition.
BOSTON, Mass. -- Simmons Basketball made a second half comeback but it was not enough as the Johnson and Wales Wildcats outlasted the Sharks 56-49 in Great Northeast Athletic Conference play Thursday evening at the Holmes Sports Center. Jenna Juron posted a team high 19 points as the Wildcats picked up their first GNAC win of the season.
NEWTON, Mass. - The Mount Ida College women’s basketball team led wire-to-wire capturing their second consecutive Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) victory over visiting Simmons, winning 69-57 Tuesday evening in Newton, Massachusetts. Mount Ida was strong all over the court shooting 43 percent from the floor and 38 percent from downtown.
CAMBRIDGE, MA –Simmons picked up their second win of the year as the Sharks defeated Lesley University 76-34, in non-conference women’s basketball action Wednesday night at the Nicholas Athletics Center. The Sharks (2-8) shot 54 percent from three-point range in the first half, opening up a 43-19 halftime lead on 7-13 shooting from deep.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – A 36-13 run during the final 10 minutes of regulation powered MIT’s 69-65 come-from-behind victory over Simmons College in a non-conference women’s basketball game on Friday afternoon. Freshman Mari Kordell (Ijamsville, Md.) led all scorers with 23 points as the Engineers improved to 7-3 on the year. Senior Brittany Dolloff (Hollis, N.H.), one of four Sharks to reach double-digits in scoring, posted 15 points and four steals for the visitors (1-7).
BOSTON, Mass. -- The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Corsairs took an early lead and never looked back as they defeated the Simmons Sharks 68-38 on a rainy Wednesday evening at the Holmes Sports Center.
BOSTON, Mass. -- The Fitchburg State University Falcons remained undefeated as they clawed past the Sharks 68-48 in non-conference action Thursday evening at the Holmes Sports Center. Amy Fahey posted a game high 27 points to lead the Falcons to their sixth straight win of the season.
BOSTON, Mass. -- Simmons Basketball went up by one in the final minute of play against the Wentworth Institute of Technology Leopards (0-4) and held on to win their home opener 53-50 at the Holmes Sports Center Monday evening. Sharks freshman Olivia LaCroix (Manchester, N.H.) made two crucial free throws with less than 30 seconds remaining to increase the lead to three as Simmons recorded its first win of the season.
WORCESTER, Mass. – Host Clark University held Simmons College to 31 percent shooting and forced 17 turnovers en route to a 71-44 win over the visiting Sharks in non-league women’s basketball action on Tuesday evening at the Kneller Athletic Center.
CASTLETON, Vt. - Blazers Freshman Denisha Parks (Fall River, Mass.) powered Elms to its first victory of the season in the consolation game of the Rutland Herald Tip-Off Tournament, lifting her Blazers to a 53-39 victory over Simmons Sharks on Saturday afternoon.
CASTLETON, Vt. - Spartans’ Alyssa Leonard (Amherst, Mass.) led three players in double figures as Castleton State College looked sharp in their first game of the season, beating visiting Simmons 81-53 in Glenbrook Gymnasium on Friday evening in the Rutland Tip-Off Tournament.
The Simmons Basketball team will start the 2011-2012 season under a new head coach, former WNBA standout Kristen Rasmussen Tarr. After a disappointing 2010-2011 campaign of 9-14, the Sharks will look to a strong returning class to flip their record and be a contender in the Great Northeast Athletic Conference this season.
Kristen Rasmussen Tarr joins the Simmons Athletics staff as Head Basketball Coach for the 2011-12 season. Coach Rasmussen Tarr joins the Sharks after an accomplished eleven-year career in the WNBA, FIBA and WNBL professional leagues.