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Area colleges: Siena men roll to 16-6 lacrosse win over Canisius

Sunday, April 7, 2013
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— Ten Saints scored, and seven posted multipoint games as Siena College crushed defending Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference champion Canisius, 16-6, in a men’s lacrosse match Saturday.

It was their first meeting since Canisius upset the Saints in last year’s tournament championship game.

Siena (2-1 MAAC, 4-7 overall) jumped out to an 8-3 halftime lead and rode Colin Clive’s four goals to the win. Nate Barry, Danny Martinsen and Thomas Schoender added two goals apiece for the Saints.

Siena 5 3 6 2 — 16

Canisius 2 1 1 2 —  6

Siena scoring: Colin Clive 2-0, Nate Barry 2-1, Danny Martinsen 2-1, Thomas Schoender 2-1, Conor Prunty 1-0, Richie Hurley 1-1, Kyle Curry 1-0, Ryan Mallon 1-0, Vinnie Cannon 1-0, Mike Pettit 1-0, Kieran Don­ohue 0-2, Casey Dowd 0-1, Collin Parkhurst 0-1. Canisius scoring: Billy Jacobbi 1-2, Joe Rautenstrauch 1-1, Tim Edwards 1-0, Brandon Bull 1-0, Vince Gravino 1-0, Sam Connors 1-0.

Goalies: Siena, Matt Sharp, 11 saves; Tommy Cordts, 2 saves. Canisius, Alex Govenettio, 9 saves; Kyle Bell, 1 save; Nick Carrasco, 0 saves.

CLARKSON 8, UNION 6

SCHENECTADY — Brendon Shearin’s hat trick lifted Clarkson over Union in a Liberty League match on Frank Bailey Field.

Clarkson 2 2 2 2 — 8

Union 2 3 1 0 — 6

Clarkson scoring: Brendon Shearin 3-0, Robert Linder 2-0, Matthew Gold 2-0, Peter Goss 1-0, Corey Hererington 0-3, Matt McCabe 0-1. Union scoring: Nate Greenberg 2-0, Rob Santangelo 1-1, Greg Mooney 1-1, Joe Cordrey 1-0, Jonathan Andrews 1-0.

Goalies: Clarkson, Ryan Cole, 6 saves. Union, Sefan Basile, 10 saves.

RIT 13, RPI 5

ROCHESTER — Kyle Aquin and Jack Krzyston each tallied four goals as the Tigers pounded the 1-3, 5-6 Engineers at Tigers Stadium.

RPI 0 1 2 2 —  5

RIT 3 2 3 5 — 13

RPI scoring: Billy Gibbs 1-0, Wes Rudy 1-0, Brett Overend 1-0, David Hey 1-0, Mike Sarson 1-0. RIT scoring: Kyle Aquin 4-1, Jack Krzyston 4-2, Allister Warren 3-1, Taylor Wisman 2-3, Brad Gillies 0-1, Eddie Kiesa 0-1.

Goalies: RPI, Alex Castronova, 14 saves; James Manchester, 2 saves, RIT, Pat Johnston, 19 saves.

KEUKA 20, SUNY-COBLESKILL 5

KEUKA PARK — The Storm scored 14 goals in the first half to pound the Fighting Tigers (0-3, 2-4) in a NEAC game.

SUNY-Cobleskill 0 1 1 3 —  5

Keuka 7 7 1 5 — 20

SUNY-Cobleskill scoring: Mike Javavey 2-0, Shane McKay 2-0, Rob Neubert 1-1, Garrett Petit 0-2. Keuka scoring: Connor Latimer 4-4, Anthony Luppino 3-2, Cory Gray 3-1, James Voigt 3-1, Mike Crumlish 2-2, Randy Gyergyek 2-0, Derek Pfeiffer 1-2, Mike Donals 1-0, Kaisch Wheeler 1-0, Matt Beebe 0-2, Kenny Cannon 0-1.

Goalies: SUNY-Cobleskill, Eric Randazzo, 13 saves. Keuka, Eric Saltrelli, 2 saves; Scott Thielman, 5 saves; Dominic Camblin, 3 saves; Cameron Gormel, 0 saves.

BENTLEY 8, SAINT ROSE 7 (2OT)

WALTHAM, Mass. — Despite four goals from Brett McAuliffe, the Golden Knights lost a double-overtime decision to Bentley.

Saint Rose 1 4 1 1 0 0 — 7

Bentley 3 2 1 1 0 1 — 8

Saint Rose scoring: Brett McAuliffe 4-0, Evan Helming 2-2, John Zullo 1-0, Kevin Fleming 0-1, Justin Golec 0-1. Bentley scoring: Tim Matheson 2-1, Matt Brigham 2-1, Doug Mahony 2-0, Steve Caditz 1-2, Matt Dente 1-0, Jordan Reals 0-1.

Goalies: Saint Rose, Nick Longo, 16 saves. Bentley, Brian Karl, 6 saves.

FINGER LAKES CC 18, HVCC 8

CANANDAIGUA — Finger Lakes CC scored 10 unanswered goals in the second period to beat the 2-3 Vikings.

Paul Bennett scored three goals, and Andy Reilly made 29 saves for HVCC.

Women’s lacrosse

MARIST 13, SIENA 4

LOUDONVILLE — Jamie Rom­ano scored four times, and Kirsten Viscount and Ashley Miller added hat tricks to help the Red Foxes beat the Saints.

Marist 7 6 — 13

Siena 2 2 —  4

Marist scoring: Jamie Romano 4-0, Ashley Miller 3-0, Kirsten Viscount 3-0, Allison Gionta 1-2, Amanda Tuck 1-0, Sabrina Mattera 0-1, Tierney Larson 0-1, Lexi Bran­nigan 0-2. Siena scoring: Katie Maguire 2-0, Alyssa Treanor 2-0, Sarah Croutier 0-1.

Goalies: Marist, Ashley Casiano, 12 saves. Siena, Ashley Holdridge, 9 saves.

UNION 13, ROCHESTER 6

SCHENECTADY — Heather Fraser connected for three goals, and Maggie Comiskey, Haley Gould and Ciara Dudeck contributed two apiece to lift the 2-1, 4-3 Dutchwomen over Rochester.

Rochester 1 5 —  6

Union 8 5 — 13

Rochester scoring: Lauren Basil 3-1, Elisabeth Watson 2-0, Sarah Skinner 1-2. Union scoring: Heather Fraser 3-2, Maggie Comiskey 2-0, Haley Gould 2-0, Ciara Dudeck 2-0,

Brittany Fraser 1-2, Emily McGrail 1-0, Michelle Guyette 1-0, Tory Cameron 1-0.

Goalies: Rochester, Marisa Traina, 4 saves; Stephanie Ortell, 0 saves; Maire Prosak, 0 saves. Union, Kim Grinhaus, 7 saves.

SAGE 8, PURCHASE 7

PURCHASE — Alexa Pajek found the net five times to lead Sage.

Sage 5 3 — 8

Purchase 5 2 — 7

Sage scoring: Alexa Pajak 5-1, Emily Stev­enson 2-1, Lindsay Millett 1-3. Purchase scoring: Samantha Rich 4-0, Cat Vicardi 2-0, Sarah D’Andrea 1-0, Imani Humphries 0-1.

Goalies: Sage, Serena Heard, 6 saves. Purchase, Jess Lindsey, 14 saves.

Baseball

UNION 2-13, ROCHESTER 1-6

SCHENECTADY — Jeff Grasso drove in six runs in the Dutchmen’s double-header sweep of the Yellow Jackets.

Rochester 100 000 0 — 1 3 1

Union 000 110 x — 2 4 4

Menke and Schultz; O’Neil and Peretti.

Rochester 010 120 110 —  6  9 5

Union 012 440 20x — 13 13 2

Schulman, Mabee (4), Petto ( (7) and Garry; Kemp, McGavick (7), Fioenza (7), Pignatello (8), Rhoda (9) and Peretti.

UALBANY 5-9, STONY BROOK 4-6

ALBANY — Gordon Madej and Fonda-Fultonville graduate Josh Nethway drove in two runs apiece in the opener, and Nolan Gaige plated three more in the nightcap as the Great Danes (6-5, 10-13) swept the defending America East Conference champs.

Stony Brook 012 001 0 — 4 7 0

UAlbany 000 004 1 — 5 8 3

Vanderka, Knesnik (7) and Peragine; Sorgie, Chase (4) and Harasta.

Stony Brook 000 200 022 — 6  8 2

UAlbany 042 000 21x — 9 11 2

McNitt, Barry (8) and Peragine; Graham, Jaurique (7), Zielinski (9) and Lepre.

FMCC 5-4, SCCC 4-15

JOHNSTOWN — Brent Snyder tossed a two-hitter with 14 strikeouts in the opener for the Raiders, but the Royals bounced back to earn a split as Dan Saccocio and Tommy Varret drove in two runs apiece in the nightcap.

SCCC 102 001 0 — 4 2 3

FMCC 100 130 x — 5 7 1

Brinkman and Paskevich; Snyder and Melendez.

SCCC 010 241 7 — 15 15 2

FMCC 020 002 0 —  4  5 3

Breen, Subblebien (7) and Verret; Ponteri, Holmes (5), Gravel (7), Mendez (7) and Strong.

RPI 3-14, VASSAR 0-7

POUGHKEEPSIE — Mike Campisi tossed a shutout in the first game, and the Engineers (11-6) ripped 12 hits in the nightcap to sweep the Brewers.

RPI 000 101 1 — 3 7 0

Vassar 000 000 0 — 0 9 0

Campisi and Kozak; Mrlik and Kim.

RPI 120 244 001 — 14 12 3

Vassar 002 000 014 —  7 11 2

Conroy, Rio (9) and Kozak; Hong, Frankel (5), McDonnaugh (6), Braun (8), Remler (9) and Kim.

BRYANT 3-11, SIENA 2-9

SMITHFIELD, R.I. — Bryant came from behind in both games to sweep the Saints.

Siena 100 001 000 — 2 6 1

Bryant 010 000 02x — 3 7 1

Gage and Baldani; Kelich, Lisanti (9) and Gavitt.

Siena 206 001 0 —  9 11 1

Bryant 000 800 3 — 11 13 2

Brantley, Quintana (6), Fryer (7) and Balkwill; McAvoy, Hayward (3), Cohen (5), Lacrosse (6) and Scott.

HERKIMER 3-12, HVCC 0-3

HERKIMER — Josh Temple tossed a four-hitter in the opener, and John Craig belted three hits, including a homer, but the Vikings (1-3) were swept by the Generals.

HVCC 000 000 0 — 0 4 0

Herkimer CC 030 000 x — 3 2 0

Temple and Craig; Moxley and Stev­ener.

HVCC 000 300 0 —  3 4 0

Herkimer CC 510 303 x — 12 8 0

Scaccia, Hudson (2), Shelton (4), Helenek (4) and Adams; Kuzia, Garrison (5), DeCarlo (6), Hardy (7) and Overstreet.

BENTLEY 10-8, SAINT ROSE 1-5

WALTHAM, Mass. — The Falcons swept the Golden Knights (1-8, 4-25) by pounding out 25 hits.

Luke Nethaway, A.J. Capone and Joe Carcone each had two hits in the second game for the Golden Knights.

Saint Rose 000 001 000 —  1  5 3

Bentley 123 002 20x — 10 16 0

Gould, Naughton (4), Schwartz (6),

Ramon (8) and Capone; Crouteau and Korwek.

Saint Rose 000 020 300 — 5 9 2

Bentley 000 000 80x — 8 9 1

Zdanowski, Buckley (7), DeFruscio (8) and Burrows; Yohe, Gancarz (8), Lueders (8) and Korwek.

SLU 4-5, SKIDMORE 3-8

CANTON — Erik Watkins drilled four hits, and Alex Barber added three hits and three RBI in the second game to help the Thoroughbreds (6-8) earn a split with St. Lawrence.

Skidmore 300 000 0 — 3 11 1

St. Lawrence 300 010 x — 4  7 1

Petrella and Pavelock; Riley and Fish.

Skidmore 104 010 200 — 8 15 1

St. Lawrence 101 001 200 — 5  4 4

Martins, Brown (7) , Forman (8) and Green; Schreyack, Dell’olio (6), Jenkins (8) and Fernandez.

Softball

UNION 5-13, SKIDMORE 1-0

SCHENECTADY — Sophomore Allyson Staats pitched a five-inning no-hitter in the nightcap, and along with Alyssa Wolejko belted back-to-back homers in the first inning to help the Dutchwomen (2-0 Liberty League, 5-12 overall) sweep the 0-2, 8-16 Thoroughbreds.

Skidmore 000 010 0 — 1 4 0

Union 302 000 x — 5 9 1

Sorochka and Brown; Wolejko and O’Brien.

Skidmore 000 00 —  0  0 4

Union 801 4x —13 10 1

Fishkin, Sorochka (1), Schwartz (2) and Brown; Staats and Palleschi.

SAINT ANSELM 8-6, SAINT ROSE 0-0

MANCHESTER, N.H. — Tayla Trask and Paige Cormier each tossed two-hit shutouts as Saint Anselm swept a double-header from the 3-8, 5-16 Golden Knights.

Saint Rose 000 00 — 0  2 4

Saint Anselm 300 41 — 8 11 0

Wickham, Carey (4) and Dubois; Trask and Turner.

Saint Rose 000 000 0 — 0 2 1

Saint Anselm 201 021 x — 6 8 3

Frazier, Wickham (3) and Williams; Dubois (4); Cormier and Turner.

SAGE 4-5, OLD WESTBURY 1-2

OLD WESTBURY — Hillary Faas (Columbia) ripped three hits, including a two-run homer, in the first game, and Kristen Beikirch had three hits, including a home run, in the nightcap as the Gators (2-2, 9-11) swept Old Westbury.

Sage 004 000 0 — 4 8 2

Old Westbury 100 000 0 — 1 5 2

Kovage and Gaulin; Clancy and Protasiewicz.

Sage 121 001 0 — 5 11 0

Old Westbury 000 002 0 — 2  3 2

Newberg and Laughlin; Clancy and Protasiewicz.

RPI 10-0, St. Lawrence 2-2

TROY — Dani Grage produced three hits and three RBI in the first game to lift the Engineers (1-1, 12-6) to a double-header split with the Saints.

St. Lawrence 002 000 —  2  5 2

RPI 202 051 — 10 13 0

Plimpton and Cavellier; Weltzin and Ten Eyck.

St. Lawrence 000 100 1 — 2 8 0

RPI 000 000 0 — 0 6 3

McGinley and Cavellier; Hepworth, Osmanski (4), Weltzin (7) and Ten Eyck.

IONA 5-11, SIENA 0-0

LOUDONVILLE —The Gaels allowed only six hits and shut out the Saints (0-2, 6-18) twice in a MAAC double-header at Siena Field.

Iona 200 003 0 — 5 10 1

Siena 000 000 0 — 0  3 1

Kann, Argyle (7) and Jansson; Sandrini and Volz.

Iona 612 02 — 11 11 0

Siena 000 00 —  0  3 1

Argyle and Jansson; Lancaster, Edwards (1), Cronin (5) and Searight.

SUNY-COBLESKILL 3-6, WELLS 0-8

AURORA — The Fighting Tigers posted a shutout in the first game and earned a split of their double-header.

SUNY-Cobleskill 110 001 0 — 3 6 1

Wells 000 000 0 — 0 2 5

Wadsworth and DeMillio; Meier and Wilson.

SUNY-Cobleskill 000 120 3 — 6 10 5

Wells 005 300 0 — 8 14 2

Gray and Springer; Meier, Achzet (7) and Wilson.

 
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