The MCLA basketball teams have earned spots into the MASCAC postseason tournament. The women will host Framingham on Tuesday as the #4 seed, while the Men earned a #6 seed and travel to Salem State Tuesday.
MCLA's Chris Harris and Jon Greenberg combined for 47 points and 29 rebounds, but the Trailblazers ultimately fell on the road at Bridgewater State 90-84. The loss drops MCLA to 9-15, 3-9 in the league.
The MCLA Men's basketball team celebrated five seniors, however they could not close out visiting Framingham State, eventually falling to the Rams 88-82. With the setback, MCLA falls to 9-13 overall, 3-7 in the league.
A standing-room only crowd gathered at St. Johns Episcopal Church in North Adams on Monday, January 18, 2010 to honor the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. This annual event featured a day of service for more than 200 community members.
The MCLA men's basketball team rallied from 17 points down in the second half to tie the game before eventually falling to Bridgewater State 86-83. With the setback, MCLA falls to 7-11 while the Bears improve to 12-5.
The MCLA Men's basketball team rallied from seven points down over the final two minutes to force overtime, but eventually fell on the road at Fitchburg 87-83. The loss drops MCLA to 1-4 in the MASCAC and 7-10 overall.
MCLA sophomore Chris Harris netted a game high 21 points, but it wasn't enough to defeat host Framingham State as the Trailblazers fell to the Rams by a score of 91-82. With the setback, MCLA falls to 1-3 in the league, 7-9 overall.
The MCLA Men's Basketball held on to defeat MASCAC rival Westfield State 75-69. MCLA scored the last ten points, the last six from the free throw line to earn the victory. With the win, MCLA earns their first MASCAC victory while improving to 7-8 overall.
The MCLA men's basketball team rallied from 16 points down in the second half, eventually building a 3 point edge with under two minutes remaining, but could not put MASCAC rival Salem State away falling 90-87 in MASCAC action Tuesday night. With the setback, the Trailblazers fall to 6-8, 0-2 in the league.
After trailing by 14 points at halftime, the MCLA Men's Basketball team caught fire in the second half in defeating New England College 83-73. The win was the Trailblazers second straight victory and evens their record at 6-6 heading into conference play.
The MCLA Men's Basketball dropped an 82-52 decision at the hands of national power, fifth ranked Randolph Macon. The loss drops the Trailblazers to 4-6 heading into the consolation game Wednesday night.