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Area Colleges: Tigers surge to beat Union

Thursday, April 19, 2012
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— In a battle between nationally ranked teams fighting for the Liberty League men’s lacrosse regular-season championship, eighth-ranked Rochester Institute of Technology edged 11th-ranked Union, 10-6, at RIT Field on Wednesday afternoon.

Jordan Collins-Hartwig scored six of the Tigers’ nine second-half goals.

RIT outscored Union, 9-4, in the second half.

Nate Greenberg scored two goals for the Dutchmen (3-1 Liberty League, 8-3 overall), who will host Vassar on Saturday night. RIT improves to 3-1 in the league and 10-2 overall.

Union 0 2 3 1 —  6

RIT 0 1 5 4 — 10

Union scoring: Nate Greenberg 2-1, Rob Santangelo 1-1, Nolan Connors 1-0, Adam Rosenthal 1-0, Jonathan Andrews 1-0, Ethan Meyer 0-1. RIT scoring: Jordan Collins-Hartwig 6-0, A.J. Tingle 1-1, Brendan MacDonald 1-0, Allister Wawrren 1-0, Alex Crepinsek 1-0, Taylor Wisman 0-1, Anthony DeLeo 0-1.

Goaltenders: Union, Sean Aaron, 12 saves. RIT, Anthony Deleo, 16 saves.

Hudson Valley CC 15, Mohawk Valley CC 5

TROY — Mason Agosto’s four goals and three assists sparked the ninth-ranked Vikings over Mohawk Valley. Daniel Owen (Guilderland) added three goals, and David Wilber (Columbia), Eric Plant (Guilderland) and Paul Bennett (Glens Falls) each collected a pair of goals for the 8-5 Vikings. Bethlehem grad Andrew Reilly made 17 saves.

Hudson Valley CC 5 5 4 1 — 15

Mohawk Valley CC 4 0 0 2 —  5

Hudson Valley CC scoring: Mason Agosto 4-3, David Klapp 1-4, Dan Owen 3-0, David Wilber 2-1, Paul Bennett 2-1, Eric Plant 2-0, Jon Gavitt 1-0, Louis Gellego 0-1, Qylinn McGlynn 0-1. Mohawk Valley CC scoring: Adam Zielenski 3-1, Jacob Swamp 2-0, Grant Calogero 1-0, Joe Fiore 0-1, Steve Cichon 0-1.

Goaltenders: HVCC, Andy Riely, 17 saves. MVCC, Erik Howard, 26 saves.

CASTLETON STATE 11, SUNY-COBLESKILL 5

CASTLETON, Vt. — Nohea King scored three goals, and the Spartans outscored the Fighting Tigers, 8-1, in the first and third periods in a non-conference win at Spartan Stadium. Brian Murphy topped the 1-10 Fighting Tigers with two goals.

SUNY-Cobleskill 1 3 1 0 —  5

Castleton 4 3 4 0 — 11

SUNY-Cobleskill scoring: Brian Murphy 2-0, Jeff Fitchner 1-0, Dan Scott 1-0, Mike Janavey 1-0, Pete Gonzalez 0-2. Castleton State scoring: Alex Green 3-0, Colin Murray 1-0, Cam Ormiston 2-1, Will Stuhler 1-0, A.J. Groot 1-1, Evan Tucker 0-1, Nohea King 3-1.

Goaltenders: SUNY-Cobleskill, Eric Randazzo, 8 saves; Scott Anthony, 6 saves. Castleton State, Eric Horsfield, 8 saves.

Women’s lacrosse

MARITIME 18, SAGE 12

KINGS POINT — Catherine Brady scored six times, and Kristen Saporito tacked on five goals to spark the Privateers over the Gators in a Skyline Conference match. Junior midfielder Alexa Veeder (Holy Names) topped the 1-6, 2-8 Gators with seven goals and an assist. Alayna Kaiser (Shenendehowa) added three goals and an assist.

Baseball

FDU 9, SIENA 8 (10)

LOUDONVILLE — After the Saints left the bases loaded in the bottom of the ninth, FDU catcher Patrick McClure belted a home run to lead off the 10th inning to lift the Knights over the Saints. Bethlehem graduate Mike Fish went 4-for-5 with two runs scored for the 13-25 Saints, who banged out 14 hits.

FDU 120 010 400 1 — 9 12 3

Siena 010 202 120 0 — 8 14 3

MacDonald, Anderson (5), Calise (7), Ferline (8), Snyder (8) and McClure; Werdesheim, Quintana (4), Murray (7), Sohl (7) and Baldani.

Softball

SUNYIT 6-8, SUNY-COBLESKILL 3-0

UTICA — Jae Dee Lavada, a Mayfield grad, fired a one-hitter in the nightcap as SUNYIT swept a double-header from the 5-9, 12-14 Fighting Tigers.

SUNY-Cobleskill 100 000 2 — 3 7 4

SUNYIT 002 040 x — 6 9 1

Gray and Springer; Hovey and Marleau.

SUNY-Cobleskill 000 00 — 0  1 2

SUNYIT 050 03 — 8 10 0

Gray and Springer; Lavada and Pristera.

SIENA 10-5, HARTFORD 2-4

LOUDONVILLE — Jessika-Jo Sandrini homered to back up her own one-hitter, and Natasha Powlowsky drove in two runs with a triple in the opener, as Siena took a pair from the Hawks. Siena extended its winning streak to nine games and is now 16-21 overall.

Hartford 002 00 — 2  1 2

Siena 610 12 —10 14 2

Alberti, Sheehan (1) and Haines; Sandrini and Powlowsky.

Hartford 000 000 4 — 4 5 1

Siena 000 040 1 — 5 5 1

Sheehan and Fisher; Filippazzo and Powlowsky.

RPI 4-2, MIDDLEBURY 2-2

TROY —Senior captain Kelly Erkert drove in the winning run in the seventh inning to cap a three-run rally in the opener. Kristine Weltzin tossed a three-hitter in the nightcap as the Engineers (19-10) swept the Panthers.

Middlebury 001 000 1 — 2 7 3

RPI 000 000 3 — 3 6 3

Olvera, Martel (4), Lesensky (7) and Downing; Osmanski and Heller.

Middlebury 000 002 0 — 2 3 0

RPI 000 112 x — 4 9 1

Martel and Poracky; Weltzin and Heller.

UNION 6-4, GENESEO 5-11

SCHENECTADY — Senior shortstop Lauren Hoffman walked with the bases loaded in the bottom of the seventh inning to spark the Dutchwomen’s comeback win in the opener as Union earned a split of its double-header at Alexander Field. Alyssa Wolejko, Allyson Staats and Mechanicville grad Nina Cervini had two hits apiece in the opener, and Staats got her fifth win of the season on the mound. Union is 17-11.

Geneseo 032 000 0 — 5 6 2

Union 020 001 3 — 6 9 1

Bostwick and Walsh; Wolejko, Staats and Cervini.

Geneseo 021 320 3 — 11 13 1

Union 000 210 1 —  4 12 3

Gallagher and Fillmore; Logan, Staats (4), Blake (6) and Cervini.

PLATTSBURGH 3-3, SKIDMORE 1-1

SARATOGA SPRINGS — Brianna Clarke and Brittany Marshall homered in the opener, and Plattsburgh went on to sweep the Thoroughbreds at Thoroughbred Field. Katie Sorochka homered in the first game, and Julia Schwartz homered in the second game for the 13-19 Thoroughbreds.

Plattsburgh 000 110 1 — 3 7 0

Skidmore 010 000 0 — 1 3 1

Loughran and Florkiewicz; Crose and Brown.

Plattsburgh 001 011 0 — 3 7 0

Skidmore 010 000 0 — 1 1 2

Marshall and Hayes; Furhman, Crose (6) and Brown.

UALBANY 5-4, DARTMOUTH 0-0

ALBANY — Brittany MacFawn and Brittany Schwieger each recorded complete-game shutouts as the Great Danes swept a non-conference double-header with the Big Green. Vicky McFarland belted a homer in the opener for the 28-10 Great Danes.

Dartmouth 000 000 0 — 0 2 2

UAlbany 111 110 x — 5 6 1

Barker and Adams; MacFawn and Apostolina.

Dartmouth 000 000 0 — 0 3 1

UAlbany 103 000 x — 4 7 0

Barker, Hein (4) and Adams; Schwieger and Apostolina.

SAGE 5-4, NEW PALTZ 3-6

TROY — Columbia graduate Hillary Faas drove in three runs, and Samantha Woitkoski, a Lansingburgh product, added two hits to help Sage win the first game and split its double-header with the Hawks. Sage is 20-13 overall.

New Paltz 101 001 0 — 3 7 2

Sage 101 300 x — 5 8 0

Carozza, Brewer (4) and Curcio; Newberg and Gaulin.

New Paltz 200 310 0 — 6  9 2

Sage 000 020 2 — 4 11 2

Traina and Burgess; Smith, Saburro (3) and Gaulin.

 
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