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Area colleges: Galgay's effort helps Royals earn a split

Monday, April 16, 2012
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Brandon Galgay fell a triple short of the cycle and drove in five runs to lead Schenectady County Com­munity College to a 12-6 victory over

Mohawk Valley Community College in the second game of a Region III double-header Sunday.

Mohawk Valley CC won the opener, 8-4.

Galgay hit a two-run double during SCCC’s five-run third inning in the nightcap. Trailing, 6-5, heading into the bottom of the fourth, Galgay hit a three-run homer to highlight another five-run inning.

AJ Ragone had three singles, a double and two RBI for SCCC (10-3 Region III, 14-10 overall).

Galgay and Jayson Osborne each had a double, single and two RBI in the opener.

Mike Rotundo had two doubles, two singles and three RBI for MVCC (9-7 Region III).

Mohawk Valley CC 200 005 1 — 8 9 3

SCCC 011 101 0 — 4 6 3

Radcliff, Kelly (6), Cushman (7) and DeLuca; Breen, Bradt (6) and Paskevich.

MohawkValley CC 001 500 0 — 6 11 2

SCCC 005 052 x — 12 18 1

Wheeler, Imfeld (5) and Gorski; Church, Flansburg (4) and Dougherty.

Marist 8, Siena 7 (13)

POUGHKEEPSIE — Nick McQuali’s bases-loaded single in the bottom of the 13th inning gave the Red Foxes the victory in the final game of a three-game Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference series.

Ken Krishner’s sacrifice fly in the top of the 12th had given Siena (11-24, 4-5 MAAC) a 7-6 lead, but the Foxes (11-19, 5-6) tied the game in the bottom of the inning on Pat Walsh’s RBI double.

McQuali’s game-winning hit came off infielder-turned-pitcher Andrew Sullivan, as the Saints had used up their bullpen.

Siena 010 000 320 001 0 — 7 11 5

Marist 001 300 020 001 1 — 8 13 3

Brantley, Sohl (7), Gage (7), Lewicki (7), Fryer (12), Sawyer (13) and Balkwill; Bielak, McCarthy (6), Rifkin (8), and Swertfager.

UAlbany 4-7, Stony Brook 6-6

ALBANY — D.J. Hoagboon singled in Jeff Welsh with the winning run in the bottom of the 10th inning in the second game as the Great Danes earned a split in the America East Conference.

Stony Brook built up a 4-0 lead in the second game before the Danes (9-24, 3-4 AE) rallied. UAlbany tied the game at 6-6 in the bottom of the eighth on an RBI double by Gordon Madej and a run-scoring single by Nolan Gaige.

Stony Brook 000 320 1 — 6 12 2

UAlbany 003 001 0 — 4 12 1

Vanderka, Campbell (4), Mason (6) and Cantwell; Kraam, Lutton (7) and Lepre.

Stony Brook 301 010 010 0 — 6 11 2

UAlbany 000 102 120 1 — 7 10 2

Stecko, Rakkar (7), Mason (9), Carmona (10) and Cantwell; Chase, White (8) and Martorelli.

Union 3-11, Vassar 15-7

POUGHKEEPSIE — David Peretti drove in three runs, and James Mulpeter and John Moore each had three hits as the Dutchmen won the second game to salvage a split of a Liberty League double-header.

Seth Roberts picked up the victory, improving to 4-1, as the Dutchmen evened their league record at 8-8 (13-12 overall).

Union 000 201 0 —  3  7 1

Vassar 412 440 x — 15 16 1

Beaule, Feidman (1), Danisi (3), Minnes (4), Myers (5) and Peretti, Kelly; MacGregor and Kim.

Union 015 102 101 — 11 15 2

Vassar 100 100 140 —  7 13 3

Roberts, Pignatello (7), Rhoda (8) and Peretti; Lovizio, Mrlik (4), Frankel (7) and Kim.

So. Conn St. 9, Saint Rose 4

ALBANY — The Owls spoiled a strong performance by Saint Rose senior pitcher Nick Polsinelli (Guilderland) to sweep a three-game Northeast-10 Conference series.

Polinelli fanned 11 and allowed just thee runs — all unearned — in 72⁄3 innings, but took the loss when the Owls scored seven runs in the last two innings.

Junior Kyle Charron (LaSalle) went 3-for-5 and drove in two runs for the Golden Knights (11-21, 4-13 NE-10).

So. Connecticut St. 020 000 034 — 9 12 1

Saint Rose 100 000 003 — 4  9 5

Cundari, Egan (8) and Pacelli; Polsinelli, Venier (8), Naughton (8), Ferenti (9) and Capone.

Hudson Valley CC 14-10, SUNY-Adirondack 1-1

TROY — Andy Kozak pitched a two-hitter in the first game and went 2-for-2 with a double and a homer, walked twice and scored three runs in the nightcap as the Vikings swept a double-header.

Sean Geisel had three hits and drove in three runs, and Matt Leonardo homered and had three RBI in the opener for the Vikings, and Jarrod Ford and Leonardo each had two RBI in the second game.

SUNY-Adirondack 01 0  00 —  1  2 3

Hudson Valley CC 20(10) 2x — 14 11 0

Sipowicz, Tyrrell (3) and Jenkins; Kozak, Hudson (4) and Wheeler.

SUNY-Adirondack 100 000 0 —  1  4 0

Hudson Valley CC 201 070 x — 10 13 0

Jenkins, Perrone (4) and Sipowicz; Viola, Hudson (4), Brienza (6) and Wheeler, Vandenburg (4).

Softball

UAlbany 6, Boston U. 4

ALBANY — Freshman Vicky McFarland drilled a three-run home run in the bottom of the seventh inning to move the Great Danes into second place in the America East Conference.

The Terriers (24-13, 8-3 AE) had a 4-1 lead going into the bottom of the seventh, but Katie Wambold led off the inning with a home run, and back-to-back doubles by Alexa Toole and Lauren Alcorn set the stage for McFarland’s walkoff homer.

The Danes pushed their record to 9-3 in the conference and 26-10 overall.

Boston U. 001 300 0 — 4 11 0

UAlbany 010 000 5 — 6  9 0

Tuthill, Schuppert (7) and Ekart; MacFawn, Schwiger (5) and Apostolina.

RPI 4-8, Union 2-1

TROY — The Engineers remained undefeated in the Liberty League by sweeping the Dutchwomen.

Sara Heller and Samantha Paulding each had two hits and drove in a run in the first game for the Eng­ineers (17-9, 6-0 LL), and soph­omore Tori Hunt hit her first career home run in the nightcap.

Samantha Chevalier (Columbia) went 2-for-3 in both games for Union (14-10, 3-3 LL), with an RBI double in the opener.

Union 000 002 0 — 2 7 2

RPI 021 100 x — 4 9 2

Logan, Staats (4) and Cervini, Schmidt; Weltzin and Heller.

Union 010 000 0 — 1  7 1

RPI 100 052 x — 8 10 2

Staats, Wolejko (2) and Cervini; Weltzin and Heller.

Skidmore 5-6, RIT 6-2

ROCHESTER — Nick Barra went 3-for-4 with two doubles and two RBI, and Erik Watkins drove in three runs as the Thoroughbreds won the second game of a Liberty League double-header.

Alex Barber drove in both runs in the opener for Skidmore (18-8, 10-6 LL).

Skidmore 000 200 3 — 5 6 3

RIT 003 201 x — 6 7 2

Keysor, Willig (6) and Green; Canestro, Leichtenberg (6) and Meyer.

RIT 001 000 010 — 2  7 4

Skidmore 021 021 00x — 6 10 1

Dickinson, Schuster (7) and Meyer; Martina, Petrella (9) and Green.

Siena 12-5, Saint Peter’s 0-0

LOUDONVILLE — Jessika-Jo Sandrini pitched a three-hitter in the first game, and Amanda Filippazzo scattered five hits in the nightcap as the Saints dominated the Peahens.

Sandrini also went 2-for-4 with an RBI, and Alyssa Sceppaguercio ripped a two-run triple in the opener. Natasha Powlowsky hit a two-run homer in the second game as the Saints improved to 4-2 in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference and 12-21 overall).

Saint Peter’s 000 00 —  0 3 4

Siena 131 7x — 12 12 0

Colon, Griffin (2), Feorenzo (4) and Tinajero; Sandrini and Powlowsky.

Saint Peter’s 000 000 0 — 0 5 1

Siena 012 020 x — 5 7 0

Beaver and Tinajero; Filippazzo and Powlowsky.

Saint Rose 1-3, Saint Anselm 10-1

ALBANY — Val Nelson’s two-run single in the bottom of the sixth inning gave the Golden Knights a split on a Northeast-10 Conference double-header on Senior Day.

The split left the Knights at 8-15 in the conference and 12-15 overall.

Alex Bogdanovich pitched a two-hitter in the first game for Saint Anselm (15-23, 9-13 NE-10).

Saint Anselm 002 44 — 10 9 2

Saint Rose 000 10 —  1 2 3

Bogdanovich and Galavotti; Arbogast, Sputo (5), Galuski (5) and Williams.

Saint Anselm 000 010 0 — 1 6 1

Saint Rose 000 003 x — 3 4 1

Trask and Galavotti; Galuski and Banks.

NYU-Poly 12-7, Sage 4-2

BROOKLYN — Rachel Smith hit her seventh home run of the season in the second game, breaking the single-season school record at Sage.

Smith also scored her 31st run of the season, tying the record set by Melissa Roy in 1999, as the Gators fell to 7-5 in the Skyline Conference and 19-12 overall.

Sage 040 00 —  4  6 2

NYU-Poly 004 08 — 12 11 0

Newberg and Gaulin; Merilli, Feist (3) and Bruin.

Sage 100 100 0 — 2 9 3

NYU-Poly 011 320 x — 7 9 1

Smith and Beikirch; Feist, Merilli (2) and Moran.

SUNY-Cobleskill 10-16, Morrisville State 11-5

COBLESKILL — Sophomore Kelsey Dezalia (Voorheesville) hit two home runs — one a grand slam — to spark an 11-run outburst in the second inning of the nightcap as the Fighting Tigers earned a split of a North Eastern Conference double-header.

In the first game, Monique Smith’s two-run single in the eighth inning gave the Mustangs the victory. Nicole Gannon went 2-for-4 with three RBI, and Tomi-Lee Springer (Berne-Knox-Westerlo) had a three-run double for the

Tigers (12-12, 5-7 NEAC).

Morrisville State 002 060 03 — 11 13 4

SUNY-Cobleskill 104 030 02 — 10  9 2

Owens and Smith, Soto; Gray and Springer.

Morrisville State 1 2 0  02 —  5  8 3

SUNY-Cobleskill 4(11)1 0x — 16 14 2

Jerrett and Smith; Gray and Springer.

 
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