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UNH Roundup: Men’s hoop edges Marst; women’s hockey wins

By UNH Athletic Communications - | Nov 22, 2023

Clarence Daniels drives to the hoop during UNH's win over Marist Tuesday night at Lundholm Gym. (Photo courtesy of UNH Athletics)

DURHAM - Senior forward Clarence Daniels recorded a double double (23 points, 11 rebounds) in the University of New Hampshire men’s basketball team’s Tuesday evening victory over Marist, 74-71 at Lundholm Gymnasium.

Graduate Student Jaxson Baker (Phoenix, Ariz.) created a strong lead for the Wildcats making three 3-pointers in the first half. Daniels reached a new season high in rebounds, previously recording nine against Brown, contributing 11.

The Wildcats’ record advances to 3-2 (0-0 AE) and Marist’s falls to 2-2 (0-0 MAAC).

Junior guard Ahmad Robinson (West Orange, N.J.) sank two free throws with 3:30 left in the game to make the score a two-possession game. Marist followed with two successful free throws.

Grad student forward Naim Miller (Pittsburgh, Pa.) sank a three, which was immediately followed-up by a three from Marist’s Noah Harris with 2:30 left.

After one successful free throw and a driving layup from the ‘Cats to make the game 70-64, Marist’s Javon Cooley brought the game closer with a three-pointer, 70-67.

Robinson drained four more free throws in the final 30 seconds to secure the win. The Wildcats travel to Connecticut to play Fairfield on Friday at 7 p.m. on ESPN+.



Junior forward Brooke Hammer (Commerce Township, Mich.) recorded two goals and an assist at the Whittemore Center at Key Auto Group Complex.

The three points set a career-high for Hammer, who matched her best of two goals by scoring the first and last goals of the game.

Junior forward and captain Kira Juodikis (LaSalle, Ontario) recorded a goal and assist for her third consecutive multiple-point game.

Freshman goalie Sedona Blair (Eden Prairie, Minn.) recorded the second shutout of her career by making 19 saves in the contest, including 11 in the second period.

Harvard goalie Alex Pellicci had 22 saves.

UNH improved to 7-7-1 on the season. Harvard is now 1-9-1 overall.

Up Next: UNH and College of the Holy Cross face off on Dec. 1 (6 p.m.) at the Whittemore Center. The ‘Cats are 16-1-0 all-time versus Holy Cross.


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