BearSportsNews Sunday Edition 11/23/2014

This week here’s a Cornucopia of Bear Commendations for this week!

  • Current Bears

    • Varsity Hockey

    • Varsity Hoops

  • Alumni news about

    • Max Lehrman earned his 2nd consecutive All NESCAC League

      • “Lehrman ranked third in the NESCAC for the second consecutive year with 4.5 sacks and added 23 tackles with seven resulting in lost yardage. He also forced a fumble on a defense that allowed a league-low 8.9 points per game.”     

    • Myles leads his team in rushing yards and TDs;

    • Matt is W&L’s #2 scorer

    • Bear Brother (Terrence) v. Bear Brother(Anthony) (Richmond v. W&M) in Football—older brother won

    • Bear (Darion) v. Bear (Joe) in hoops

    • Chris is named to two all-tournament teams

    • Danny buts up points in Israel

    • Reed Dunn ’03 gets major “props” about his baseball talent

» Hockey—Sam won one with an O/T winner, and Max Greenwald won one and tied two with the Bear contributing two assists.

Varsity Hockey

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The Gazette previews the Bears in an interview with Coach Farnstrom. The Bears unleash their power and shut out opponent in 1st game.

Varsity Hoops

New Coach Rory Perkins has 4 scrimmages and then the team’s 1st game on 12/2 against Potomac.

 Alumni News

Alumni Cross Country

Mac Hightower, Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Cross Country—the team came in 19th in the NCAA Nationals; Mac did not score.  

Alumni College Football

BEAR

COLLEGE

Next  GAME

NOTES

1

Myles Allen

Rochester

Season ended

Myles 625 yds.

led the team and

he was the leading

non-kicking scorers

2

Justin

Cort

Sewanee

Season ended

3

Jules Desroches

Kenyon

Season ended

4

Hunter Davis

Stetson

27-15 Drake

5

Anthony Fullum

W& M

20-34

Richmond

**

6 T. Fullum

TFullum

Richmo’d

34-20

W&M

**

7

Vincent Kindfuller

MIT

Undefeated

1st playoff win

27-20 Hussan O/T

dnp

2nd round 11/29

@ Wesley in Denver

8

Obai Kamara

Davidson

13- 27

Valparaiso

dnp

9

Max Lehrman

Amherst

8-0 season

NESCAC All League

10

Dillon Rupp

Bucknell

6-21 Colgate

Seniors’ Day

11

Dominique Seagears

Trinity

Season ended

1 tackle

12

Ben Spiritos

Dartmouth

41-3 P’ton

Injured last week

13

Matt Underhill

W&L

Season ended

8/10 FGA

17/17 XPA

#2 scorer

 

DNP=did not play

**no participation info provided

Bear Hoops Trax

Bear v. Bear Darion’s #9 UVA beat Joe McDonald’s GWU 59-42 though the Colonials led 26-22 at half. Almost all of the pregame analyses highlighted that the two Landon teammates would face each other at John Paul Jones Arena. Darion played 25 minutes, got 8 points, 11 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 steal and 3 blocks. Joe played 38 minutes, had 7 points, 4 rebounds, 4 assists and 1 steal

Danny Rubin’s 7th ranked Hapoel Kazrin beat #6 Hapoel Midg 93-86 with Danny’s 32 minutes, 11 points, 1 rebounds and 1 assist.

Darion Atkins, UVA basketball, beat 75-55 over South Carolina State only played 18 minutes and Darion had 8 points, 7 rebounds, 1 assist and 1 block.

Joe McDonald, GWU basketball led his Colonials over B1G Rutgers 70-53. Joe’s 34 minutes, 15 points, 9 rebounds, 4 assists and 3 steals were cited as a reason for the win.

Chris Hudnut, Colby basketball, lost to eastern Connecticut 74-53 in spite of his 16 points, 6 assists and 8 rebounds (all led the Mules) and the Bear was named to the All-Tournament Team. In this weekend’s Colby Classic, Chris scored 24 points and 15 rebounds in a 96-66 win over Daniel Webster College. In the championship game, Colby beat Endicott 80-69. Chris had 17 points and led the Mules with 18 rebounds and 5 assists. He collected his 2nd MVP for this tournament.

Bear Baseball Bases

In an article about the Atlanta Braves new front office, Reed Dunn ’03 received the following accolade: “Reed Dunn, a former Nationals’ area scout, will serve as Atlanta’s Southern supervisor. Dunn is considered to be a rising star in the scouting world.” Good Bear news, bad news for the ‘Nats!

 

Bear Diving SPLASHES

Jordan Gear, USC Trojan diver. No results published.

BEAR SOCCER TRAX

Zach Fingerhut, Wake Forest University, lost to UMBC in an O/T shootout in the NCAA 1st round.

Bear Ice Trax

Sam Anas, Quinnipiac, lost to Clarkson 1-2. Sam started but only got off 4 shots. Against St. Lawrence, Sam had two goals and the O/T winner in a 3-2 game

Jake Sofer, RPI, tied UConn 2-2.

Max Greenwald, Middlebury, tied Colby 2-2 with Max starting. Their next game was a 2-2 tie against Tufts with Max on the ice for the first shift and an assist. Against Connecticut College, the ice Panthers won 3-2 with Max starting as a D and getting an assist.

Mike Anderson, Princeton Hockey Club, lost to TCNJ 0-4 and lost to Seton Hall 4-5 ; no individual stats available.

Matt Coster at Cornell, have not received access to the team’s website.

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