For the third time this season, Jayci Andrews of Plymouth broke her own Bridgewater State University record in the 60-meter hurdles.

The junior finished first in 9.01 seconds at the Lyons Invitational hosted by Wheaton College to break her previous mark of 9.03 seconds.

Andrews is third in New England and sixth nationally in Division 3 in the hurdles during the indoor season.

She was also first in the 400-meter dash in 1:00.30 and was part of the winning 4x400 relay team with Tess Miller, Madeline McNamara and Molly McNamara.

Also winning for the Bears was Kristyn Grattan (1,000) and Kira Gilbreath (shot put).

Five qualify for Stonehill: At the URI Sorlien Invitational, five Stonehill College women qualified for next month’s New England Championships: Krista Fernandes of Taunton (fifth in 400), Elizabeth Hannon (third in the 800), Emily Knox (third in the mile), Anna Lastra (fourth in the mile) and Gaelin Farrell (third in the shot put).

Lastra, Fernandes, Hannon and Knox finished first in the distance medley relay.

MEN’S TRACK & FIELD

Nine BSU winners: Bridgewater State had nine winners at the Lyons Invitational in Norton, including Cameron Williamson of Easton (triple jump), Brayden Hollowell (shot put), Andrew Chen (high jump), Nick Johnson (weight throw) Lamont Haynes (400), Joseph Keough (mile) and Trevor Wysong of Taunton (5,000).

Freshman Joseph Zingarelli set the BSU pole vault record that had been established in 2003 by Allan Villatoro.

Stonehill’s Vercollone wins: Stonehill’s Stephen Vercollone of Pembroke won the 800-meter run in a New England Championships qualifying time of 1:56.06 at the URI Sorlien Invitational. Vercollone was also on the winning 4,000 distance medley relay team with Lucas Taxter, Daniel Madsen and Alexander Demeule. Demeule also finished second in the mile with Jimmy Murphy third.


WRESTLING

Bridgewater State goes 1-3: The Bears went 1-3 at the NEWA Dual Meet Tournament in Rhode Island, losing to Springfield, 39-6, Plymouth State, 25-21, and Norwich, 23-17, and defeating New England, 38-14. Double winners for BSU were Eric Kerr, Devin Winn and Henry Oberlander recorded three wins and Winn made the all-tourney team.

MEN’S BASKETBALL

Louisville 77, BC 69: Deng Adel had all 18 points and 10 rebounds after halftime, including a late free throw that helped the Cardinals (15-4, 5-1) hold off the Eagles (13-7, 3-4), in an Atlantic Coast conference game in Louisville.

Jerome Robinson had 19 points, Ky Bowman 16 and Nik Popovic and Chatman 12 each for BC. The Cardinals’ 12-2 surge just after the break propelled them to a 46-33 lead that eventually reached 18 with 3:57 remaining. The Eagles weren’t done and stormed back within 71-69 on Jordan Chatman’s 3 with 33 seconds left. After King’s two free throws made it a four-point game, Chatman’s long-range attempt bounced off the rim and out of bounds.

Ryan McMahon then made two from the line before King made two more to seal the tense win. Adel’s free throw was the first of 10 Louisville made to close the game.