Fitchburg State University has named Brooke Freeburg as the 12th head coach in the history of the women's basketball program. The announcement was made by Sue Lauder, Director of Athletics at the University.
The Fitchburg State women’s basketball team traveled to Salem State University Tuesday night as the fifth-seeded Falcons fell to the fourth-seeded Vikings, 81-63 in quarterfinal action of the 2014 MASCAC Women’s Basketball Playoffs.
Sophomore center Forbasaw Nkamebo (Amherst) notched game highs of 20 points and 12 rebounds as Westfield State University captured a share of the Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference (MASCAC) women’s basketball regular season championship with a resounding 70-47 victory over Fitchburg State University this afternoon.
Junior Shannen El-Qasem (Rutland, Mass.) collected a game-best 19 points and added 10 rebounds to lead Worcester State past Fitchburg State, 54-47, in MASCAC women's basketball action Tuesday evening from the Athletic Center at Nichols College.
Senior Amy Fahey (Wilmington, Mass.) collected 20 points and six rebounds as the Fitchburg State women’s basketball team posted a convincing 73-43 victory over the Trailblazers of MCLA in MASCAC action this afternoon.
Freshman Alycia Rackliffe (Feeding Hills, Mass.) established new career-highs with 29 points and 15 rebounds as the Framingham State University women’s basketball team defeated Fitchburg State, 66-61 in MASCAC action this evening.
The Bridgewater State University women’s basketball team withstood a furious second half rally as the Bears edged MASCAC rival Fitchburg State University, 65-60, on Thursday evening at the Tinsley Center.
Senior Amy Fahey (Wilmington, Mass.) etched her name in the Fitchburg State records books this afternoon, becoming the program’s all-time leading scoring with 12 points in a 56-47 setback to MASCAC rival Worcester State University.
The Fitchburg State women’s basketball team played host to the Rams of Framingham State University this afternoon and held on to post its second conference victory of the season, 75-74 on the Recreation Center.
Junior Laura Cote (Ashby, Mass.) scored 25 points and added five steals as the Fitchburg State women’s basketball team opened up Massachusetts State Collegiate Conference play with a 77-52 victory over the Salem State Vikings at Twohig Gymnasium on Thursday evening.
Behind a career-high 22 points from freshman Cristina Gauvin (Dudley, Mass.) the Anna Maria college women’s basketball team defeated Fitchburg State University, 77-71 in non-conference action at Fuller Activities Center on a cold Saturday afternoon.
The Fitchburg State women’s basketball team used a strong defensive effort with 18 steals and 30 caused turnovers to defeat the Mustangs of Mount Ida College, 67-51 in non-conference action this evening.
Junior Hayley Kanner recorded 13 points, seven rebounds, seven blocks, three assists and three steals for an impressive performance that led the #8 Tufts women's basketball team to a 73-56 victory over Fitchburg State Thursday night at Cousens Gym.
Juniors Alexis Wegrzynek (Wilbraham, Mass.) and Amber Litwinko (Berlin, Conn.) each recorded a double-double to help the Nichols College women’s basketball team overcome a seven-point halftime deficit and defeat Fitchburg State University 86-84 in overtime Thursday night.