Balanced scoring paced the Bulldog attack, as four starters scored at least 20 points and two, Dayvon Russell (Naugatuck, Conn.) and Jordan Booker (Waterbury, Conn.) scored over 30, leading Dean College to a 111-104 victory over Newbury College on Thursday in New England Collegiate Conference play.
Nighthawks newcomer, senior Tank Roberson (Pittsfield, Mass.), made an immediate impact in his first game with Newbury, scoring 21 points on 9-of-14 shooting, to go with a program-record 13 assists, as the Nighthawks held off the Southern Vermont College Mountaineers in a 95-89 win on Tuesday evening in New England Collegiate Conference play.
Mariners senior Steffen Brunson (West Haven, Conn.) knocked down a pair of game-deciding free throws with 7.4 seconds left, as the Mitchell Mariners escaped with a 74-73 win over the Newbury Nighthawks on Saturday afternoon from Pappas Gymnasium in New England Collegiate Conference play.
Pilgrims freshman Jamal Allen (Dorchester, Mass.) scored a career-high 22 points, coming off the New England College bench, as the Pilgrims defeated the Newbury Nighthawks 95-82 on Saturday afternoon in New England Collegiate Conference play.
Emmanuel’s senior guard Isaiah Ruffen (Haverhill, Mass.) finished the evening with a career record 16 rebounds on his way to a double-double with 17 points against the Newbury College Nighthawks as the Saints collected their second victory in a row, 90-69, on the Andy Yosinoff court on Tuesday evening.
NEWPORT, R.I. - Seahawks freshman Mikey Spencer (Abington, Mass.) finished with a team-high 22 points in 25 minutes, coming off the bench, helping the Salve Regina Seahawks to a comeback win 69-67 over the Newbury Nighthawks on Saturday afternoon in non-conference play.
Pride senior Jordan Seldon (Everett, Mass.) finished with a team-high 25 points and chipped in five rebounds and five assists, as the Regis College Pride held off the Newbury Nighthawks 95-91 on Monday evening at Pappas Gymnasium in non-conference play.
Nighthawks senior Omar Williams (Bronx, N.Y.) and freshman Francisco Santiago (New Britain, Conn.) are off to blazing starts to open the 2018-2019 basketball season and have earned the New England Collegiate Conference Player and Rookie of the Week, respectively, as announced by the NECC Office on Tuesday morning.
The Clark University Cougars finished with five players scoring at least 16 points, all led by sophomore Tyler Davern (Webster, Mass.), who scored 22, as the Cougars handed the Newbury Nighthawks their first loss of the season, 112-96, on Tuesday evening from Pappas Gymnasium.
Nighthawks senior Omar Williams (Queens, N.Y.) set numerous program-records, scoring 44 points on 10-for-26 shooting and 20-for-25 from the line, leading the Nighthawks to a 107-100 overtime win over the Curry Colonels on Saturday afternoon in non-conference play at Pappas Gymnasium.
Nighthawks senior Omar Williams (Queens, N.Y.) made quite the impression in his Nighthawks debut, scoring 35 points on 10-for-22 shooting and 13-for-13 from the line, leading the Nighthawks to a 95-84 victory over the Rivier Raiders in the season opener for both teams.
The New England Collegiate Conference Office announced Thursday the results of the Preseason Poll for men's basketball, revealing that the Newbury Nighthawks have been voted seventh in the conference, as determined by the coaches of the NECC teams. One team failed to participate in the voting.
Nighthawks Men's Basketball Head Coach Rich Fazzi announced Monday the addition of two members to his coaching staff. Donald Morris, who has experience in the New England Collegiate Conference in his 13 years in collegiate coaching and Daivon Edwards, a graduate of the Class fo 2018 and former four-year member of the Nighthawks program from 2014-2018.
The fairly young men's basketball program has a year of experience under their belt as they enter the 2018-19 season. Although the loss of a pair of 1,000-point scorers will be missed, the Nighthawks return a number of young, talented players to pair with their skilled, recruited class of freshman.