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2014 UI Can-Am Classic; Lady Bengals ease past Dalhousie Agricultural
January 4, 2014 • Fort Kent, ME

The University of Maine-Fort Kent rolled past Dalhousie Agricultural Campus 92-41 in game two at the 2014 United Insurance Can-Am Classic from Fort Kent, Maine.

UMFK raced out to an 18-0 advantage in the first five minutes and led 52-21 at the break. The host Lady Bengals went on to shoot 50% (37-74) from the floor in the contest and held a 49-21 advantage on the class. Jennifer Colpitts (SR Scarborough, Maine) and Samantha Carapellucci (SO Fort Kent, Maine) scored 12 points each and Salinda Chan (JR San Jose, California) and Alexa Massey (FR Caribou, Maine) added 11 each. Carapellucci had 10 rebounds. Jasmin Rowland (JR Salinas, California) filled the stat sheet with seven points, 12 assists and 11 rebounds.

Dalhousie Agricultural was led by Candace Reyonlds (Sydney, Nova Scotia) who had a game-high 22 points.


In the women’s first game the University of New Brunswick-St. John defeated U-Maine-Presque Isle 75-68 in a back-in-forth contest which had 15 ties and 23 lead changes.

The UNB-SJ Seawolves nailed 8-17 three pointers (47%) and were a perfect 19-19 from the foul line in the game. UMPI also made eight three pointers (8-22 / 36%) but only 23-64 field goals (36%) in the setback. UNB-SJ finished the game on making six straight free throws after the game was tied 68-68 with 41 seconds left.

Rachel Jefferson (3rd YR Quispamsis, New Brunswick) led four UNB-SJ Seawolves with 24 points. Brittany Mallory (4th YR Saint John, New Brunswick) added 19 points and was 6-6 from the line. UMPI was led by Amanda Hotham (SO Fort Fairfield, Maine) who scored 21 points off the Owl bench and Olivia McNally (SR Sherman, Maine) added 17.