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Union extends baseball streak

Wednesday, April 10, 2013
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— The Union College baseball team extended its winning streak to eight games with a 6-3, 5-4 double-header sweep of St. Lawrence Tuesday at Central Park.

Vince Esposito had three hits in the opener, and Tyler Heck delivered four hits and two RBI in the nightcap.

Sam Caruso, Jamie Faber and Dylan Katz-Wicks each had two hits in the second game for the Dutchmen, who are 9-1 in the Liberty League and 12-4 overall.

St. Lawrence 100 020 0 — 3 6 2

Union 301 110 x — 6 7 0

Dell’Olio, Jenkins (4) and Fish; Kemp, Pignatello (5), Roberts (7) and Peretti.

St. Lawrence 000 003 000 — 1  9 1

Union 000 300 002 — 5 12 2

Weitzel, Riley (4), Schreyack (8) and DeLuca; Beaule, Rhoda (7), Yonta (8) and Peretti.

SIENA 8-10, NYIT 1-3

LOUDONVILLE — Andres Ortiz ripped three hits and drove in a pair of runs in the opener, while Mike Fish, Larry Balkwill, Mike Allen and Kyle Baldani contributed two hits each in the nightcap as Siena swept NYIT.

The Saints improved to 9-21.

NYIT 000 100 0 — 1 5 0

Siena 001 214 x — 8 9 0

Forster, Mirabella (4), Waszkiewicz (5), Cotov (7) and Rula; Meindl, Fryer (6) and Hoffman.

NYIT 000 030 0 —  3  8 2

Siena 025 021 x — 10 10 1

Auriemmo, Busch (3) and Sebastian; Mor­ales, Quintana (5) and Baldani.

UALBANY 5-6, MARIST 4-6

POUGHKEEPSIE — Greg Muller belted a three-run homer in the first game to carry the Great Danes to victory, and the second game ended in a nine-inning draw at McCann Field.

Nolan Gaige had two hits and four RBI, and Fonda-Fultonville’s Josh Nethaway contributed three hits in the nightcap for 12-13-1 UAlbany. Mechanicville freshman Sam DeCelle pitched 8.1 innings of relief, yielding one run and five hits.

UAlbany 130 001 0 — 5 5 0

Marist 003 010 0 — 4 7 1

Chase, Ryan (4), Jaurique (7) and Lepre; Napolitano, Bauer (3), Thorsen (6), Eich (7) and Brennan.

UAlbany 130 200 000 — 6 10 1

Marist 500 001 000 — 6  8 1

Gauthier, DeCelle (2) and Harasta; Martens, Thorsen (4), Eich (8) and Pesserette.

RPI 17, MCLA 3

TROY — Chuck Erickson ripped three hits, including two home runs, and drove in four runs to pace an 18-hit attack as the Engineers crushed Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts at Robison Field.

Tim LeSuer added three hits and three RBI, while Brandon Galluppi also had three hits for 13-7 RPI.

MCLA 010 101 000 — 3  9 3

RPI 010 680 11x —17 18 3

Weaver, Vaverka (5), Alibozek (5), Shook (9) and Aubin; Roberge, Echeverria (6) and Kozak, Croke (6).

HVCC 10-10, FMCC 3-0

TROY — Matt Gallup fired a three-hitter in the first game, and Charles Parslow tossed his second straight complete-game shutout, also a three-hitter, in the second game to help the Vikings sweep the Raiders.

Alex Lushkevich had two hits and two RBI, and Mike Sunkes added two RBI in the opener for the 4-4 Vikings. Lushkevich added two more hits in the nightcap, and Brad Adams drove in a pair of runs.

Everyone in the HVCC lineup reached base safely at least once in the second game.

FMCC 300 000 0 —  3  3 1

HVCC 210 070 x — 10 12 0

Mosetti, Holmes (5) and Melendez; Gallup and Adams.

FMCC 000 00 —  0 3 1

HVCC 360 1x — 10 7 0

McCowan, Vickery (2) and Strong; Parslow and Craig.

RIT 4-4, SKIDMORE 1-1

SARATOGA SPRINGS — The Tigers held the Thoroughbreds to two runs in a double-header sweep at Castle Diamond.

The second game went 11 innings as RIT scored three times in the top of the 11th and then held on for the win. Skidmore dropped to 3-7 in the Liberty League and 6-12 overall. RIT improved to 4-4 and 9-6.

RIT 001 100 2 — 4 9 1

Skidmore 000 001 0 — 1 5 4

Cohall, Noreman (7) and Schworm; Forman, Petrella (7) and Green.

RIT 100 000 000 03 — 4 10 1

Skidmore 100 000 000 00 — 1  8 1

Herlihy, Sammon (4), Dickinson (6), Leichtenberger (9), Sheridan (10) and Holtby; Brown, Martins (7), Masterson (8), Stafutti (11), LaVita (11) and Pavelock.

Softball

PLATTSBURGH 2-8, UNION 0-4

SCHENECTADY — The Card­inals scored four runs in the eighth inning to pull out an extra-inning win in the nightcap and complete a double-header sweep of the Dutchwomen at Alexander Field.

Allyson Staats, Alyssa Wolejko and Aimee Palleschi had two hits apiece in the second game for Union (6-14). The Dutchwomen managed only four hits in the opener.

SUNY-Plattsburgh 101 000 0 — 2 5 2

Union 000 000 0 — 0 4 2

Marshall and Tenney; Staats and Chal­ifoux.

SUNY-Plattsburgh 000 102 14 — 8 11 3

Union 000 020 20 — 4 13 3

Moss, Marshall (5) and Tenney; Wolejko and Palleschi.

SIENA 10-15, HOLY CROSS 2-7

LOUDONVILLE — The Saints banged out 24 hits and scored 25 runs en route to a double-header sweep.

Stephanie Viggiano went 6-for-7 with five runs scored to pace the 8-19 Saints. Melanie Kalesse went 4-for-4, and Alyssa Lancaster added three hits and three RBI.

Holy Cross 010 01 —  2  5 5

Siena 013 15 — 10 10 0

Barrett, Stuckey (4), Legros (5) and Christensen; Edwards, Sandrini (5) and Searight.

Holy Cross 210 22 —  7   8  5

Siena 220 56 — 15 15  2

Barrett, Stuckey (4), Legros (5) and Lang; Edwards, Sandrini (5) and Volz.

RPI 7-6, ONEONTA STATE 2-6

TROY — Freshman Morgan Ten Eyck hit her first collegiate home run as the Engineers earned a pair of come-from-behind wins over the Dragons.

Caitlin McGivern had two hits and two RBI in the first game, and Ten Eyck had two hits and three RBI in the nightcap for 16-6 RPI.

Oneonta State 020 000 0 — 2 3 2

RPI 040 030 x — 7 8 2

O’Flynn and Rivera; Weltzin and Ten Eyck.

Oneonta State 100 001 2 — 4 9 1

RPI 005 100 x — 6 6 1

Hitt and Deso; Hepworth, Osmanski (7), Weltzin (7) and Ten Eyck.

SAGE 8-20, CAZENOVIA 0-3

CAZENOVIA — Freshman pitcher Katie Kovage picked up a pair of wins, and Kristen Beikirch went 5-for-9, including a homer, with six runs scored and four RBI to lead the Gators to a double-header sweep.

Beikirch now has 102 career hits, becoming the 10th player in Sage history to reach at least 100 hits.

Sage 500 03 — 8 10 1

Cazenovia 000 00 — 0  3 2

Kovage and Gaulin; Kraeger and Clark.

Sage 242 1(11) — 20 18 0

Cazenovia 010   20 —  3  7 0

Kovage and Gaulin; Smith and Hext.

NORTH COUNTRY CC 5-17, HUDSON VALLEY CC 3-13

SARANAC LAKE — The Vik­ings fell to 1-5 after being swept by North Country CC.

Emily Johnson and Katie Traver had two hits apiece in the first game, while Johnson had four hits and five RBI in the nightcap.

Men’s lacrosse

SAINT ROSE 10, PACE 9

PLEASANTVILLE — Kevin Fleming’s four goals carried the Golden Knights over the Setters at Pace Field.

Brett McAuliffe and Justin Golec added two goals each for the 3-4, 3-8 Golden Knights.

Saint Rose 4 1 2 3 — 10

Pace 2 2 3 2 —  9

Saint Rose scoring: Kevin Fleming 4-1, Brett McAuliffe 2-2, Justin Golec 2-0, Evan Fleming 1-3, John Zullo 1-0, Kris Miller 0-2, Louie Buccella 0-1, Ryan McFee 0-1. Pace scoring: William Scioscia 4-1, Matt Gebhardt 2-2, Thomas Earl 1-1, Matt Mirabito 2-2, Mike Ruppert 0-2.

Goalies: Saint Rose, Nick Longo, 16 saves; Pace, Conor Brophy, 11 saves.

Women’s lacrosse

HAMILTON 16, SKIDMORE 7

CLINTON — Emily Brodsky’s four goals led the 16th-ranked Continentals over the 1-7 Thoroughbreds.

Skidmore  5 2 —  7

Hamilton 12 4 — 16

Skidmore scoring: Spencer Morgan 2-0, Robin Fetterolf 2-0, Brittany Dioneda 1-0, Anna Gibbins 1-0, Caroline Bowne 1-0. Hamilton scoring: Emily Brodsky 4-0, Ashleigh Stephan 2-0, Caroline McCarthy 2-0, Margaret Gabriel 2-0, Lauren Brady 2-1, Rachel Friedman 2-1, Kathryn Maiorano 1-0, Hannah Withiam 1-0, Kate D’Antonio 0-4.

Goalies: Skidmore, Shelby Witheford, 9 saves; Hamilton, Madison Beres, 7 saves.

 
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