LYNDON, Vt. — Jack Kane led the University of Maine at Farmington with 27 points in a 106-85 NAC men’s basketball win over Northern Vermont-Lyndon on Monday.

Drew Storey had 20 points coming off the bench for the Beavers while Terion Moss and Nathan Poulin had 17 points each in the win.

Mondwell Bukle had 24 points for the Hornets and Zach Falkenburg had 21 points. Antonio Carlisle finished the game with 14 points and Tyrese Harris had 11 points.

TWO BEAVERS EARN WEEKLY HONORS: University of Maine at Farmington’s Terion Moss was named the North Atlantic Conference player of the week while Dylan Griffin was named the conference’s rookie of the week.

Moss averaged 21.0 points across three games over the last week and dished out an average of 6.0 assists per game. He is currently ranked second among NCAA Division III scoring leaders with 26.9 points per game. He also passed the 1,000 career-point mark between his time with the Beavers and the University of Maine Black Bears.

Griffin averaged 7.7 points and hauled down 8.7 rebounds over the three-game stretch.


The Beavers won all three games, defeating Thomas College 72-67, edging University of Maine at Presque Isle on Friday 88-84 and on Sunday downed UMPI 105-80.

UMAINE-FARMINGTON 57, NORTHERN VT-LYNDON 47: Page Brown led the Beavers with 20 points in the win over the Hornets in Lyndon, Vermont.

Bea Stafford had 14 points and McKenna Brodeur had 10 for UMF.

Lea Crompton had 13 points for Lyndon and Faith Poirier finished with 10 points.

UMAINE-FARMINGTON’S BRODEUR REACHES MILESTONE: Senior McKenna Brodeur became the 19th Beaver to reach the 1,000-career point mark in the third quarter of Sunday’s overtime home loss to UMaine-Presque Isle.

Brodeur finished the game with 24 points, one shy of her career-high mark.

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