The Southern Maine Community College women’s basketball team lost twice at the USCAA Division II National tournament last week as its season came to a close. The Seawolves, ranked sixth, lost, 67-59, to No. 3 Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences in the quarterfinals, then fell, 85-71, to No. 2 Penn State-Hazelton in a consolation contest. In the quarterfinal, SMCC was paced by Alicia Hoyt had a team-high 13 points. Sammi Griffin had 15 points in the consolation game. The Seawolves finished the year 23-10.
Cape Elizabeth’s J Bottomley and Natalie Vaughan were given Citizenship Awards by the Western Maine Conference last week. Two athletes from each school in the conference were selected.