Roundup: Bryce Daley, Brandon Roughley earn NEPSAC honors
Salisbury is in Class A, and Daley was named to the All-NEPSAC team. The senior from Pittsfield will be playing at Division I UMass-Lowell next year.
Roughley is a reclassified sophomore from Dalton, and he received an Honorable Mention nod.
Salisbury, coached by former Williams College forward Harlan Dodson, finished the season with a 11-12 record, according to the school's web site. The team won six of seven before dropping its last three games.
Of those 12 losses, five were by three points or less.
The Class A MVP was Cormac Ryan of Milton Academy. Ryan will be playing basketball next year at Stanford.
Two Berkshire School basketball players, seniors Alex Karras and Dante Nardi, were on the Class B Honorable Mention list.
Honors for Eph players
WILLIAMSTOWN — James Heskett and Bobby Casey have both picked up regional All-Star honors.
Heskett, a junior from Cincinnati, was named to the Northeast Region first team by the National Association of Basketball Coaches.
Heskett and Casey, a junior from Scranton, Pa., were both honored by D3hoops.com.
Heskett was named to the site's All-Northeast first team, and Casey was named to the third team.
"It's great to seem them get recognized for their performance and commitment to making our program successful," Williams coach Kevin App said in a statement.
Both were first-team, All-NESCAC selections and Heskett was named the player of the year.
He averaged 19.3 points a game, leading the conference, and became the 20th Eph to score more than 500 career points.
Casey averaged 15.3 points per game, shooing 42 percent from 3-point range.
Middlebury's Jack Daly was named to the NABC first team, while Hamilton's Kena Gilmour and Southern Vermont's Mike Pierre were named to the second team.
CLERMONT, Fla. — The Erica Li era started at MCLA on Tuesday with a pair of defeats.
UMass-Dartmouth pitcher Victoria Woodward threw five scoreless innings as the Trailblazers dropped an 8-3 decision in their season opener.
Freshman pitcher Sam Feinstein had a rough outing in her college debut. She gave up eight runs, six earned, on 12 hits.
In the nightcap, the Trailblazers got the tying run to the plate in the top of the seventh inning, but could not get that run home in a 5-3 loss to Lasell.
Feinstein led off with a single and took second on an error. Feinstein went to third on a ground out by Kayla Baker and scored on Kaitlyn Berghela's single. The Trailblazers stranded Berghela on second to end the game.
Morgan Watson took the loss for MCLA, giving up five runs, two earned, on six hits.
Berghela had a big day for the Trailblazers, going 5 for 8 in the doubleheader, driving in two runs. Kaylyn Holliday was 4 for 8 in the twinbill with two RBI.
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