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Area Colleges: MacFawn pitches Danes to 4-0 win over Seawolves

Monday, April 15, 2013
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— Brittany MacFawn pitched a four-hitter as the Univ­ersity at Albany defeated Stony Brook, 4-0, in an America East Conference softball game on Sunday.

Maggie Cocks gave the Great Danes (8-1, 21-10) a 2-0 lead with a solo home run in the bottom of the fourth inning.

The Seawolves fell to 5-4 in the AE and 22-17 overall.

Stony Brook 000 000 0 — 0 4 1

UAlbany 001 111 x — 4 5 0

Cukrov, Sallen (5), Lucido (7) and Pisciotta; MacFawn and Apostolina.

HARTFORD 5-9, SIENA 3-1

LOUDONVILLE — Hartford swept Siena to improve to 14-22, holding the Saints to three hits in the second game.

Paige Lloyd hit a home run in the first game for Siena (8-21), and Jessika Sandrini had a solo homer in the second game.

Hartford 200 000 120 — 5 7 0

Siena 000 020 10x — 3 8 1

Kudernatschov, Beebe (8) and Fried; Lancaster and Volz, Stout.

Hartford 030 213 — 9 8 2

Siena 000 001 — 1 3 4

Meade and Fisher; Edwards, Cronin (6) and Searight, Volz.

RPI 10-1, UNION 2-4

SCHENECTADY — Alyssa Wolejko allowed one unearned run and struck out six to lead Union to a win in the second game and avoid a sweep against Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

Samantha Chevalier gave the Dutchwomen (3-2 Liberty League, 17-6 overall) a 3-0 lead with a two-run homer.

In the first game, Caitlin McGivern, Gillian McCarthy and Taylor Ten Eyck each had three hits for the Engineers (4-1, 17-6).

RPI 230 021 2 — 10 17 0

Union 020 000 0 —  2  5 2

Weltzin and Ten Eyck; Staats, Logan (7) and Chalifoux.

RPI 000 010 0 — 1 2 2

Union 310 000 x — 4 6 2

Hepworth, Osmanski (1) and Ten Eyck; Wolejko and Chalifoux.

SCSU 7-6, CSR 3-2

ALBANY — Kate Hoffman and Brittany Bucko each had a combined three hits in two games of double-header sweep by Southern Connecticut State over The College of Saint Rose, which fell to 6-11 in the Northeast-10 and 8-21-1 overall.

SCSU 000 240 1 — 7 8 2

CSR 011 001 0 — 3 6 3

Van Alpen and S. Pouliot; Frazier, Carey (5) and Williams.

SCSU 320 001 0 — 6 11 1

CSR 001 100 0 — 2  6 1

Y. Evaristo and S. Pouliot; Frazier, Wickham (1) and Dubois.

SUNY-COBLESKILL 9-11,

CAZENOVIA 1-0

COBLESKILL — SUNY-Cobleskill evened its record at 8-8 by sweeping winless Cazenova.

Madeline DeMilio hit a two-run home run in the fourth inning of the first game and a two-run homer that invoked the mercy rule in the sixth. She also had a triple and single.

Kelsey DeZalia had a double, single and three RBI for Cobleskill and two more singles in the second game, which lasted just five innings.

Ali Smith pitched a no-hitter, and Melissa Spears had a double and a home run in the second game for the Tigers.

Cazenovia 010 000 — 1 7 1

SUNY-Cobleskill 111 402 — 9 9 1

Kraeger and Clark; Gray and Springer.

Cazenovia 000 00 —  0 0 0

SUNY-Cobleskill 240 5x — 11 9 0

Smith and Clark; Wadsworth and DeMilio.

Sage 7-1, St. Joseph’s 3-0

TROY — Karlie Williams had a double, single and three RBI in the first game, and Kelsey Newburg threw a one-hitter in the second game as Sage Colleges defeated St. Joseph’s.

Hillary Faas, Katie Kovage and Tricia Gaulin each had two singles in the second game for Sage, which improved to 15-13 overall and 6-4 in the Skyline Conference.

Sage scored in the third when Kristen Beikirch doubled and came home on Faas’ single.

St. Joseph’s 100 101 0 — 3  9 1

Sage 200 230 x — 7 11 2

DeCarmine and Thomas; Kovage and Gaulin.

St. Joseph’s 000 000 0 — 0  0 0

Sage 001 000 x — 1 10 1

Martinez and Thomas; Newberg and Gaulin.

Skidmore 11-1,

RIT 7-9

SARATOGA SPRINGS — Skidmore used home runs by Julia Schwartz, Katie Sorochka and Mackenzie Whiting to rack up 11 runs in a victory in the first game, but was held to two hits in the second game to lose to Rochester Institute of Technology.

Skidmore is 9-23 overall and 1-7 in the Liberty League, and RIT is 2-4 in the league and 7-15 overall.

RIT 003 012 1 —  7 11 4

Skidmore 020 324 x — 11 10 0

Collmus, Dixon (6) and McManus; Sorochka and Brown.

RIT 300 402 — 9 8 1

Skidmore 100 000 — 1 2 3

Dixon and McManus; Schwartz, Sorochka (4) and Brown.

Baseball

SIENA 8, IONA 4

NEW ROCHELLE — Larry Balkwill had a triple, a single and three RBI to lead Siena to a Metro Atlantic Conference victory over Iona.

The Saints improved to 6-3 in the MAAC and 13-21 overall, and Iona fell to 1-11 and 4-30.

Siena 000 121 301 — 8 10 0

Iona 011 000 002 — 4 13 0

Lewicki, Quintana (8), Fryer (9) and Balkwill; Basile, Marley (6), Dietrich (7) and Palummo.

BINGHAMTON 4,UALBANY 1

BINGHAMTON — Zach Blanden had three singles and drove in a run to help Binghamton defeat the University at Albany.

Jay Lynch held the Great Danes (8-7, 13-15-1) to two hits for the Bearcats (7-7, 16-12).

UAlbany 100 000 000 — 1 2 1

Binghamton 112 000 00x — 4 7 1

Sorgie, Ryan (3), Archbold (5) and Har­asta; Lynch and Pancerella.

RPI 5-23, RIT 4-5

ROCHESTER — Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (9-5, 17-7) took a 5-2 lead in the first game and held on, then left nothing to doubt in the second game with 28 hits to sweep Rochester Institute of Technology.

RPI 021 020 0 — 5 5 1

RIT 000 120 1 — 4 9 1

Jensen, Rao (5), Gallagher (7) and Kozak; Leichtenberger, Herlihy (6) and Schworm.

RPI 200 383 052 — 23 28 1

RIT 101 300 000 —   5   7 4

Roberge, Kalish (4) and Galluppi, Little, Cohall (5), Sheridan (6), Dickinson (8), Sammon (9) and Holomakoff; Holtby.

Clarkson 6-2, Union 5-5

Clarkson scored four runs in the top of the sixth inning to beat Union by one run and snap the Dutchmen’s 10-game winning streak in the first game, but Union came back to win the second.

The Dutchmen improved to 12-2 in the Liberty League and 15-5 overall, and Clarkson is 6-8 and 9-14.

Clarkson 000 204 0 — 6 10 3

Union 140 000 0 — 5  6 2

Roma and Beninati; Kemp, McGavick (6), Beaule (6) and Peretti.

Clarkson 101 000 000 — 2 7 2

Union 021 000 02x — 5 8 2

Mattingly and Beninati; Faber, Yonta (8) and Peretti.

Rochester 4-6,

Skidmore 0-0

SARATOGA SPRINGS — Rochester not only swept the Thoroughbreds, but also kept them off the scoreboard for two games to improve to 6-8 in the conference and 10-14 overall.

Jordan Keysor took the loss in the second game for Skidmore (4-10, 7-15), despite giving up just one earned run.

Rochester 110 000 211 — 6 9 0

Skidmore 000 000 000 — 0 8 3

Sullivan, Petito (7), Diller (9) and Schultz; Forman, Willig (8), Stafutti (9) and Pav­elock.

Rochester 110 100 1 — 4 6 2

Skidmore 000 000 0 — 0 4 3

King, Diller (7) and Garry; Keysor and Green.

SCSU 2-5, CSR 1-0

NEW HAVEN, Conn. — Three Southern Connecticut pitchers combined for a shutout through 12 innings in the first game, then limited The College of Saint Rose to four hits and no runs in the second game for a sweep in the Northeast-10.

CSR 000 001 000 000 — 1  7 0

SCSU 000 000 100 001 — 2 10 3

Carr, DeFruscio (7) and Capone; Cundari, Meade (9), Egan (10) and Shea.

CSR 000 000 000 — 0  4 0

SCSU 001 002 200 — 5 11 1

Zdanowski, Buckley (6), Gould (8) and Burrows; Bryant, Yerina (9) and Shea.

schenectady ccc 10-1,

columbia-greene cc 0-6

SCHENECTADY — Shawn Gibson and Ramon Burgos drove in three runs apiece in the opener as the Royals won in splitting their Region III double-header.

Gibson had two doubles and a single for SCCC (5-5 Region III, 13-6 overall). Burgos had two singles and double. Ryan Brinkman pitched a three-hit shutout.

In Game 2, Mike Jacobson’s three-run double in the third inning gave Columbia-Greene (8-6 Region III) a 4-0 lead. Mike Crisorio had two singles for SCCC.

Columbia-Greene CC 000 00 —  0  3 2

SCCC 441 01 — 10 11 1

Halligan, Bucci (2) and Carpenito; Brinkman and Paskevich.

Columbia-Greene CC 013 000 2 — 6 8 2

SCCC 000 010 0 — 1 6 2

Gorman and Cardinale; Breen and Verret.

HVCC 6-10, CLINTON CC 4-0

TROY — Nicholas Viola came on in relief and picked up his first win of the season as Hudson Valley Community college beat winless Clinton Community College in the first game.

John Craig hit an RBI double in the bottom of the fifth to break a 3-3 tie, and Jon Bonarrigo followed with a two-run single.

Anthony Scaccia and Josh Temple combined to pitch a three-hit shutout in the second game.

The 6-4 Vikings have won five in a row.

Clinton 000 030 1 — 4 6 1

HVCC 201 030 x — 6 5 1

Rock and Roenbeck; McGowan, Viola (5), Verschelden (6) and Craig.

Clinton 000 00 —  0 3 2

HVCC 222 4x — 10 9 1

Davidson, Merrel (4) and Roenbeck; Scaccia, Temple (4) and Adams.

Men’s lacrosse

CLARKSON 15, SKIDMORE 8

POTSDAM — Clarkson outscored Skidmore, 6-2, in the third quarter to break open a close game. JP Sullivan scored three goals for the Thoroughbreds (2-2, 4-8).

Skidmore 2 3 2 1 —  8

Clarkson 4 2 6 3 — 15

Skidmore scoring: Sullivan 3-0, Perlow 2-0, Connolly 1-1, Mulvey 1-0, O’Hara 1-0, Hoeg 0-3. Clarkson scoring: Herrington 2-3, Gold 2-0, Dowst 2-0, Goss 2-0, Stuhlinger 1-1, Shearin 1-0, McCabe 1-0, Sciera 1-0, Wright 1-0, Nortz 1-0, Clment 1-0.

Goaltenders: Skidmore, Diaco, 16 saves, Clarkson, Cole, 13 saves, Washuta, 1 save.

 
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