By: Jacob Hevenor ‘17
Guard Meghan Foley ‘20 continues to stuff the stat sheet for the Scots, leading the team in points and assists in each of the last three games. Four conference wins thus far has them in the hunt for a playoff spot. It has been an encouraging season for a team loaded with young players. Olivia Stark ‘19 leads the conference in 3-point percentage (44.4%) and Sarah Gibbs ‘20 is gathering an impressive 6.7 rebounds per game.
The frontcourt duo of Sam Johnson ‘17 and Garrisson Duvivier ‘19 continue to terrorize opponents in the paint. Johnson, averaging a staggering 15.6 rebounds per game, earned CCC Player of the Week honors following his 16-point, 27-rebound outburst against WNE. Duvivier, the top passing forward in the conference, puts up fantastic all-around numbers each game. Just one game out of the top spot in the conference, the Scots have huge games against Nichols and Endicott on the horizon.
The women’s team fell to UNE, 171-83, on Jan. 17 despite strong performances from Alexa Bragg ‘18 and Megan David ‘19. The men’s team took on UNE in an exhibition match and came away victorious 151-71. The seniors from both teams, Alex Hall, Dean Drukker and Langdon Kessner were recognized during the meet. The New England Championships will take place on Feb. 16 in Kingston, RI.