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Area colleges: Snowden, Marti help Union shut out Bard, 2-0

Sunday, October 7, 2012
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— Junior midfielder Laura Snowden scored twice, and Kayla Marti made two saves in goal to lead the Union College women’s soccer team to a 2-0 shutout of Bard Saturday at College Park.

Snowden scored in the 21st minute and then helped the Dutchwomen (2-1 Liberty League, 10-1 overall) close out the game in the 85th minute. She has four goals this season.

Lena James made 10 saves for Bard.

Bard 0 0 — 0

Union 1 1 — 2

Union scoring: Laura Snowden 2-0, Mollie Gilchrist 0-1, Jennifer Mansfield 0-1.

Goalkeepers: Bard, Lena James, 10 saves. Union, Kayla Marti, 2 saves.

SAINT ROSE 1, SAINT ANSELM 1

MANCHESTER, N.H. — The No. 1-ranked Golden Knights settled for a draw with Northeast-10 Conference rival Saint Anselm.

The Golden Knights outshot the Hawks, 19-10, but could only manage a goal by Sydney Bond.

Siobhan Flaherty scored for 1-5-3, 2-6-3 Saint Anselm. Jessica Gerski made three saves for 6-1-2, 8-1-2 Saint Rose.

Saint Rose 0 1 0 0 — 1

Saint Anselm 1 0 0 0 — 1

Saint Rose scoring: Sydney Bond 1-0, Carmelina Puopolo 0-1. Saint Anselm scoring: Siobhan Flaherty 1-0.

Goalkeepers: Saint Rose, Jessica Gerski, 3 saves. Saint Anselm, Gabriella Primera, 11 saves.

MARIST 2, SIENA 1

POUGHKEEPSIE — Amanda Epstein’s goal at the 72:17 mark pushed the Red Foxes over the Saints in a Metro Atlantic Conference matchup.

Rycke Guiney also scored for the 3-0, 9-5 Red Foxes.

Michelle Yanniello scored on an assist from Caitlin Cahalan for the 1-2, 5-7 Saints.

Siena 0 1 — 1

Marist 0 2 — 2

Siena scoring: Michelle Yanniello 1-0, Caitlin Cahalan 0-1. Marist scoring: Rycke Guiney 1-0, Amanda Epstein 1-1, Melanie Rigo 0-1.

Goalkeepers: Siena, Taylor Booth, 11 saves. Marist, Andrea Wicks, 4 saves.

SKIDMORE 1, VASSAR 0

POUGHKEEPSIE — Senior Michelle Finan scored the game’s lone goal in the 70th minute to lift the Thoroughbreds past the Brewers.

Skidmore is 1-2-1 in the Liberty League and 2-7-1 overall. Vassar dropped to 3-2 and 8-4.

Gab Lawrence made eight saves to preserve the shutout for Skidmore. Ali Higgins stopped two shots for Vassar.

Skidmore 0 1 — 1

Vassar 0 0 — 0

Skidmore scoring: Michelle Finan 1-0, Rebecca Russo 0-1.

Goalkeepers: Skidmore, Gab Lawrence, 8 saves. Vassar, Ali Higgins, 2 saves.

KEUKA 7, SUNY-COBLESKILL 0

KEUKA PARK — Nicole Sharick, Britni Burch and Jessica Bandrow­ski kicked in two goals apiece as the Storm put 28 shots on net.

Keuka is 5-3 in the NEAC and 3-9 overall. Maggie Tower picked up the shutout in goal.

For 3-6, 3-9 SUNY-Cobleskill, Bethany Reynolds made 21 saves.

SUNY-Cobleskill 0 0 — 0

Keuka 5 2 — 7

Keuka scoring: Nicole Sharick 2-1, Jessica Bandrowski 2-0, Britni Burch 2-1, Marriah Gough 1-0, Ashley Swartz 0-1.

Goalkeepers: SUNY-Cobleskill, Bethany Reynolds, 21 saves. Keuka, Maggie Tower, 2 saves.

ERIE CC 2, HVCC 1

TROY — Jennifer Burke, from Colonie High School, scored the lone goal for the Vikings, who fell to Erie Community College.

Voorheesville graduate Maria Ragonese made four saves for the 5-8 Vikings. Erie CC improved to 6-7.

Men’s soccer

VASSAR 4, SKIDMORE 0

SARATOGA SPRINGS — The Brewers scored three second-half goals to pull away from the Thoroughbreds at Wachenheim Field.

Jordan Palmer, Zachary Nas­ipak, Tom Wiechert and Evan Seltzer scored for the 2-1, 7-4-1 Brewers.

Danny Ebenstein and Eli Kisselbach combined to make six saves for Skidmore (3-2, 8-3-1).

Vassar 1 3 — 4

Skidmore 0 0 — 0

Vassar scoring: Jordan Palmer 1-0, Zachary Nasipak 1-0, Tom Wiechert 1-0, Evan Seltzer 1-0, Danate Varotsis 0-2.

Goalkeepers: Vassar, Ryan Grimme, 5 saves; Skidmore, Danny Ebenstein, 3 saves, Eli Kisselbach, 3 saves.

UMASS-LOWELL 4, SAINT ROSE 2

ALBANY — The sixth-ranked River Hawks pulled away with two second-half goals to beat the Golden Knights.

Homero Morais scored twice, and Eric DeSantis and Daniel Galvin added goals for the 9-0, 10-0 River Hawks.

Jeff Kozlowski and Daniel Nilsson tallied for 0-7, 0-10 Saint Rose, which got one save from Matt Lawson.

UMass-Lowell 2 2 — 4

Saint Rose 1 1 — 2

UMass-Lowell scoring: Homero Morais 2-0, Eric DeSantis 1-0, Daniel Galvin 1-0, Bruno Bonicontro 0-2. Saint Rose scoring: Jeff Kozlowski 1-0, Daniel Nilsson 1-0, Martin Schlegel 0-1, Nick Iuorno 0-1.

Goalkeepers: UMass-Lowell, Chris­topher Maierle, 1 save; Saint Rose, Matt Lawson, 1 save.

UNION 5, BARD 0

ANNANDALE-ON-HUDSON — Senior Sebastiaan Jansen scored three goals and assisted on two others as the Dutchmen secured their first Liberty League win of the season.

Jansen entered the game as the league’s top scorer.

Nicholas Hall-Risko and Jeff

Cohen also scored for Union (1-2, 8-3). Bard fell to 0-4, 2-9-2.

Union coach Jeff Guinn became the all-time leader in wins for

the Dutchmen men’s soccer program with 148, passing Bob

Magee.

Union 4 1 — 5

Bard 0 0 — 0

Union scoring: Sebastiaan Jansen 3-2, Nicholas Hall-Risko 1-0, Jeff Cohen 1-0, Daniel Miller 0-1, Nick Vozzella 0-1, Brad Woodruff 0-1, Benjamin Golub 0-1.

Goalkeepers: Union, Andrew Rouff, 1 save; Ryan Carter, 1 save. Bard, Daniel Gagne, 2 saves; Gabe Rudd, 4 saves.

BINGHAMTON 1, UALBANY 0

ALBANY — Senior back Austin Hughes scored in the 44th minute, and freshman goalkeeper

Stefano Frantellizzi made one save to

record his first solo shutout to lift the Bearcats over the Great Danes at Plumeri Sports Complex.

Binghamton improves to 2-0 in the America East Conference and 6-5 overall.

The Great Danes fall to 0-2 and 2-9.

Binghamton 1 0 — 1

UAlbany 0 0 — 0

Binghamton scoring: Austin Hughes 1-0, Adam Whitehead 0-1.

Goalkeepers: Binghamton, Stefano Frantellizzi, 1 save. UAlbany, Tim Allen, 3 saves.

KEUKA 5, SUNY-COBLESKILL 0

KEUKA PARK — Nate Smith scored twice, and the Storm clicked for four second-half goals en route to a shutout of the Fighting Tigers.

Keuka improved to 5-3 in NEAC play and 7-3 overall. Mack Curran made 21 saves for 2-5, 3-9-1 SUNY-Cobleskill.

SUNY-Cobleskill 0 0 — 0

Keuka 1 4 — 5

Keuka scoring: Austin Gerber 1-0, Nate Smith 2-0, David Caramella 1-0, Jose Cervantes 1-0, John Mastrella 0-1, Ben Scheiber 0-1, Jake Altman 0-1.

Goalkeepers: SUNY-Cobleskill, Mack Curran, 21 saves. Keuka, Preston Vick, 2 saves.

HVCC 2, CLINTON CC 0

PLATTSBURGH — The Vikings struck for a pair of second-half goals to sink Clinton CC.

Eugene Corcione and Jon Joyal scored for the 3-9-1 Vikings. Rich Acheson stopped seven shots to preserve the shutout.

Hudson Valley CC 0 2 — 2

Clinton CC 0 0 — 0

HVCC scoring: Eugene Corcione 1-0, Jon Joyal 1-0, Miguel Aruz 0-1, John Gruener 0-1.

Goalkeepers: HVCC, Rich Acheson, 7 saves. Clinton CC, Ageny, 4 saves.

RPI 1, RAMAPO 1

MAHWAH, N.J. — Ryan Gracy tallied his first goal of the season at 50:46 to help the Engineers earn a tie with the Roadrunners.

Craig Bennett made five saves in goal for 7-3-2 RPI. Grant Korten made seven saves for Ramapo, which got a goal from Rob Santan­iello in the 19th minute.

RPI 0 1 0 0 — 1

Ramapo 1 0 0 0 — 1

RPI scoring: Ryan Gracy 1-0. Ramapo scoring: Rob Santaniello 1-0.

Goalkeepers: RPI, Craig Bennett, 5 saves. Ramapo, Grant Korten, 7 saves.

Field hockey

RPI 2, UNION 0

SCHENECTADY — Senior attack Alissa Peterson scored the first goal and assisted on the other to lift the Engineers over the Dutchwomen at Frank Bailey Field.

RPI boosted its record to 2-1 in the Liberty League and 6-4 overall. Union dropped to 1-4 and 3-7.

Liana Viaggio also scored for RPI, which got 12 saves from Molly McCune. Hannah Clough made five saves for RPI.

RPI 1 1 — 2

Union 0 0 — 0

RPI scoring: Liana Viaggio 1-0, Alissas Peterson 1-1, Sarah Krolus 0-1.

Goalkeepers: RPI, Hannah Clough, 5 saves. Union, Molly McCune, 12 saves.

WILLIAM SMITH 3, SKIDMORE 1

GENEVA — In a battle of nationally ranked teams, the 15th-ranked Herons edged the fourth-ranked Thoroughbreds at McCooey Field.

The Herons improved to 4-0 in Liberty League competition and 10-1 overall. The Thoroughbreds slipped to 3-2 and 9-3.

Margaret McConnell scored twice for the Herons, and Julia Simmons also scored.

For Skidmore, Kelly Blackhurst notched her 19th goal of the season on assists from Annie Weis and Hilary Cranston.

Skidmore 1 0 — 1

William Smith 2 1 — 3

Skidmore scoring: Kelly Blackhurst 1-0, Annie Weis 0-1, Hilary Cranston 0-1. Will­iam Smith scoring: Margaret McConnell 2-0, Julia Simmons 1-0, Annie Kietzman 0-2, Morgan Atanasio 0-1.

Goalkeepers: Skidmore, Haley McDoug­all, 4 saves. William Smith, Catherine Hare, 8 saves.

Men’s hockey

RPI 6, ACADIA 2

TROY — Six different players scored, and the Engineers erupted for three third-period goals in an exhibition victory over Acadia at Houston Field House before a crowd of 2,902.

After Jonathan Laberge scored for Acadia at 5:14 of the opening period, the Engineers struck for two quick goals by Nick Bailen and Mark McGowan to take a 2-1 edge into the second period.

Dustin Ekelman knotted the score for Acadia early in the second period, but Jacob Laliberte countered for the Engineers, who put the game away with three goals in the final period by Matt Neal, Milos Bubela and Ryan Haggerty.

Acadia 1 1 0 — 2

RPI 2 1 3 — 6

First period — 1, Acadia, Laberge (Beaton), 5:14. 2, RPI, Bailen (Higgs, Tonirdi), 12:28. 3, RPI, McGowan (unassisted), 14:30. Penalties — Jennfer, Acadia (cross-checking), 11:59; Bubela, RPI (goaltender interference), 11:59; Curadi, RPI (roughing), 14:48.

Second period — 4, Acadia, Ekelman (Gaynor), 2:12. 5, RPI, Laliberte (Neal, Bailen), 5:59. Penalties — McGowan, RPI (hitting after whistle), 0:00; Ekelman,

Acadia (hitting after whistle), 0:00; Haggerty, RPI (10-minute misconduct), 10:26; Ridgeway, Acadia (10-minute misconduct), 10:26; Schroeder, RPI (hooking), 13:05; Gaynor, Acadia (slashing), 15:59.

Third period — 6, RPI, Neal (Laliberte), 5:05. 7, RPI, Bubela (Dolan, Higgs), 6:51 (pp). 8, RPI, Haggerty (Neal, Higgs), 10:26 (pp). Penalties — Bailen, RPI (diving), 4:48; Ward, Acadia (cross-checking), 4:48; Laberge, Acadia (hooking), 5:05; Clark,

Acadia (slashing), 9:02; Bradley, RPI (hitting after whistle), 14:52; Brown, Acadia (elbowing), 17:49.

Shots on goal — Acadia 6-9-9 — 24. RPI 11-9-19 — 39.

Power-play Opportunities — Acadlia 0 of 3; RPI 2 of 4.

Goaltenders — Acadia, DiSalvo (45 shots-39 saves). RPI, Merriam (6-5), Kasdorf (9-9), Diebold (9-8).

Referees — Bryan Hicks, Will Harrop. Linsemen — Dan Taggart, Matt Brady.

A — 2,902. T — 2:09.

Women’s hockey

RPI 5, UConn 3

TROY — Sophomore Ali Svoboda netted two goals, including the eventual game-winner, to lead the Engineers over the Huskies at Houston Field House.

It was the first win of the season for 1-0-1 RPI. UConn falls to 0-2-1.

Missy Mankey, Taylor Mahoney and Jordan Smelker also scored for RPI. Kelly O’Brien made 16 saves in the RPI net.

For UConn, Kiana Nauheim, Sarah MacDonnell and Michela Cava scored goals.

UConn 1 1 1 — 3

RPI 2 2 1 — 5

First period — 1, RPI, Mankey (Godin, Horton), 3:20. 2, RPI, Mahoney (Sanders, Marzario), 14:39. 3, UConn, Nauheim (MacDonnell, Knajdek), 19:00. Penalties — MacDonnell, UConn (tripping), 9:06; Horton, RPI (cross-checking), 19:00.

Second period — 4, UConn, MacDonnell (Raithby), 3:00. 5,RPI, Svoboda (Gruschow, Smelker), 6:51. 6, RPI, Svobda (Gruschow), 11:22. Penalties — Farrel, UConn (tripping), 3:19; Smelker, RPI (interference), 17:13.

Third period — 7, RPI, Smelker (Gruischow), 11:22. 8, UConn, Cava (unassisted), 7:01. Penalties — Knajdek, UConn (hooking), 4:47; Snodgrass, UConn (slashing), 6:49.

Shots on goal — UConn 7-6-6 — 19. RPI 12-10-10 — 32.

Power-play Opportunities — UConn 0 of 2; RPI 1 of 5.

Goaltenders — UConn, Sarah Moses 0-1 (32 shots-27 saves). RPI, O’Brien 1-0 (19-16).

Referees — Cameron Lynch, Derek Zuckerman. Assistant referees — Marty Demers, Jeremy Lemoine.

A — 250. T — 1:52.

 
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