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Area colleges: UAlbany baseball team wins in 12th, 10-9

Monday, April 22, 2013
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ALBANY — Junior Josh Neth­away hit a walk-off double in the bottom of the 12th inning as the University at Albany baseball team took sole possession of second place in the America East Conference with a 10-9 victory over Hartford Sunday.

Junior Brian Bullard hit his first home run of the season for UAlb­any (16-16-1, 10-8 AE), which rallied from a 7-0 deficit.

The Danes got three runs back in the fourth, stringing together four singles by D.J. Hoagboon, Bullard, Nolan Gaige and Greg Muller.

After the Hawks took an 8-4 lead in the top of the fifth, Bullard cracked a two-run homer in the bottom of the inning to cut the deficit to 8-4.

The offensive surge continued in the sixth, as Craig Lepre and Gaige led off with back-to-back doubles, and Muller and Gordon Madej followed with singles. Hoagboon capped the spurt with an RBI

double, giving UAlbany a 9-8 lead.

The Hawks pulled even in the top of the seventh, setting the stage for Nethaway’s heroics in the 12th inning.

Austin Chase for the win in relief, striking out seven in the final saix innings.

Hartford 241 010 100 000 — 9 16 1

UAlbany 001 323 000 001 — 10 19 1

Newcomb, Gouin (6), Charles (10) and Alfonso; Archbold, Sorgie (2), Chase (6) and Lepre.

Siena 3-12, Niagara 1-11

NIAGARA FALLS — Junior Neil Fryer earned his 16th career save, tying the school record, in the second game as the Saints swept a Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference double-header.

Siena (8-3, 16-21) took over sole possession of third place in the MAAC with its seventh straight road win.

Siena 000 100 100 — 3 7 1

Niagara 000 001 000 — 1 4 1

Gage and Balkwill; Olver, Lysiak (7) and Wexler.

Siena 013 403 1 — 12 14 0

Niagara 010 502 3 — 11 14 8

Brantley, Quintana (4), Fryer (7) and Balkwill; Munson, Caringi (5), Soja (6) and Calhoon.

RPI 8-6, St. Lawrence 4-1

TROY — Senior Chuck Erickson went a combined 6-for-8 as the Engineers extended their winning streak to 10 games by sweeping a Liberty League double-header.

Sophomore Jared Jensen pitched a complete game in the nightcap, scatttering five hits and striking out five for RPI (21-7, 13-5 LL).

RPI 301 300 1 — 8 13 0

St. Lawrence 310 000 0  — 4  7 1

Kalish, Gallagher (2) and Galluppi; Prindle, Jenkins (6) and Fish.

RPI 001 200 300 — 6 12 1

St. Lawrence 100 000 000 — 1  5 0

Jensen and Kozak; Kellogg, Weitzel (6), Piatelli (7) and DeLuca.

Union 2-4, RIT 7-3

ROCHESTER — Senior Tyler Heck singled in the winning run in the bottom of the seventh inning as the Dutchmen split a Liberty League double-header with the Tigers.

Jamie Faber pitched a three-hitter and struck out eight to get the victory for the Dutchmen (18-6, 15-3 LL).

Union went into the double-header having won 13 of its last 14 games, but the Tigers used three hits and two Dutchmen errors to score seven runs in the seventh inning to win the opener.

Union squandered a 3-0 lead in the second game, but Vincent Espositio started the winning rally with a walk, stole second and went to third on a groundout. He then scored on Heck’s single

RIT 000 020 07 — 9 9 2

Union 011 000 00 — 2 9 3

Humbert, Noreman (8) and Schworm; Roberts, Yonta (5), Pignatello (8), Rhoda (8) and Peretti.

RIT 000 002 1 — 3 3 3

Union 100 020 1 — 4 4 1

Herlihy, Sheridan (3), Cohall (4) and Schworm; Faber and Peretti.

Saint Rose 2, New Haven 1

ALBANY — Junior Josh Johnson pitched a complete game with eight strikeouts as the Golden Knights defeated the Chargers in a Northeast-10 Conference game at Bob Bellizzi Field.

The Knights (7-33, 4-16 NE-10) got the winning run in the fifth inning when Caleb Gleason singled and later scored on a sacrifice fly by Chad Adams.

Derek Reed doubled and scored on a wild pitch in the third for Saint Rose’s other run.

New Haven 100 000 000 — 1 7 1

Saint Rose 001 010 00x — 2 5 1

Drag, Royer (4), Lewicki (8) and Riccio; Johnson and Capone.

Skidmore 6-1, Vassar 1-2

POUGHKEEPSIE — Nick Petrella scattered six hits and struck out four for the Thoroughbreds in the first game as Skidmore split a Liberty League double-header.

Marco Baratta went 2-for-4 with an RBI double, and Matty Tatkow drove in two runs for the Thoroughbreds (13-16, 9-11 LL).

Skidmore stranded 10 runners in the second game.

Skidmore 000 033 0 — 6 8 0

Vassar 000 000 0 — 0 6 3

WP — Petrella. LP — Hong.

Skidmore 001 000 000 — 1 6 0

Vassar 010 010 00x — 2 8 2

WP — Mrlik. LP — Forman.

Mohawk Valley CC 10-5.

SCCC 3-5

SCHENECTADY — The Royals committed a total of nine errors in dropping both ends of a Region III double-header.

Nick McKinney provided much of the offense for SCCC (6-10,

14-11), coming up with two singles and two RBI in the first game, and getting three hits, including a double, and two RBI in the nightcap.

Mohawk Valley CC 100 207 0 — 10 10 2

SCCC 010 002 0 —  3  8 5

Engler, Maine (7) and Gorski; Stuart, Flansburg (6), Marcello (7) and Paskevich.

Mohawk Valley CC 024 000 0 — 6 8 1

SCCC 003 020 0 — 5 9 4

Parsons, Imfeld (6) and DeLuca; Church, Marcello (4) and Varret.

SUNY-Adirondack 12-5.

Hudson Valley CC 10-4

TROY — Shenendehowa grad­uate John Craig had three hits and drove in two runs in the first game, and also had a triple, a double and two RBI in the second game for the Vikings.

SUNY-Adirondack 002 703 0 — 12 12 5

Hudson Valley CC 003 300 4 — 10 14 2

Kunzmann and Nassivera; Gallup, Temple (5), Brienza (7) and Craig.

SUNY-Adirondack 030 001 1 — 5 7 0

Hudson Valley CC 200 001 1 — 4 7 1

Jenkins and Nassivera; Ford, Parslow (7) and Craig.

Softball

UAlbany 6, UMBC 1

ALBANY — Junior Brittany MacFawn pitched a two-hitter and struck out eight on the way to her 25th complete game as the Great Dames completed a three-game sweep of the Retrivers.

Freshman Annie Johnson went 3-for-3, and sophomore Vicky McFarland had a two-run single for the Danes (28-10, 11-1 America East Conference).

UMBC 100 000 0 — 1  2 3

UAlbany 100 302 x — 6 11 0

Brown and Hall; MacFawn and Stout, Chevalier.

Union 0-10, RIT 1-1

ROCHESTER — The Dutchwomen secured a spot in the Liberty League playoffs by splitting with the Tigers.

Alyssa Wolejko went 4-for-4 with three RBI and scored two runs in the second game for Union (11-20, 5-4 LL), and also got the pitching win, hurling a three-hitter with 10 strikeouts.

Union 000 000 0 — 0 3 0

RIT 000 000 1 — 1 5 0

WP — Dixon. LP — Statts.

Union 510 110 2 — 10 9 1

RIT 000 100 1 —  1 3 2

WP — Wolejko. LP — Collmus.

Sage 2-10, MSMC 5-5

NEWBURGH — Sage locked up the No, 3 seed for the Skyline Conference tournament by topping Mount Saint Mary College in the second game of a double-header.

Senior Kelsey Newberg picked up her 28th career pitching victory in the second game, breaking the school record set by Kim Fredenburgh.

Sage 000 200 0 — 2 6 1

Mount Saint Mary 300 020 x — 5 9 0

Kovage, Smith (6) and Gaulin; Maynes and Karcher.

Sage 500 122 0 — 10 10 3

Mount Sait Mary 500 000 0 —  5  7 3

Newberg and Gaulin; Maynes and Karcher.

Siena 4-2, Fairfield 5-1

LOUDONVILLE — Shannon Jones grabbed a hard-hit line drive off the bat of Taylor August with two outs in the seventh inning as the Saints split with the preseason favorite Stags in the MAAC.

Siena (13-22, 5-3 MAAC) only had one hit in the second game, but that was an RBI single by Alyssa Lancaster, which set up a game-winning sacrifice fly by Megan Volz.

Fairfield 500 000 0 — 5 4 3

Siena 010 003 0 — 4 4 0

Ball and Liseth; Sandrini and Volz.

Fairfield 010 000 0 — 1 6 1

Siena 000 200 x — 2 1 1

Trott and Liseth; Sandrini and Volz.

New Haven 7, Saint Rose 1

WEST HAVEN, Conn. — Micah Stonesifer and Keri Tricinelli combined on a no-hitter as the Chargers completed a three-game sweep of the Golden Knights in the Northeast-10 Conference.

The loss dropped the Knights to 4-12 in the conference and 8-27-1 overall.

Saint Rose 000 001 0 — 1 0 2

New Haven 160 000 x — 7 11 1

Frazier, Carey (2) and Williams; Stonesifer, Tricinelli (6) and Fisher.

SUNY-Cobleskill 3-8,

Morrisville State 5-0

MORRISVILLE — Erin Wadsworth of Ichabod Crane pitched a two-hitter and struck out 12 in the second game as the Fighting Tigers salvaged a split.

Madeline DeMilio had a solo home run, four RBI and scored three times for the Tigers (13-11, 7-5 North Eastern Athletic Conference).

SUNY-Cobleskill 021 000 0 — 3 3 1

Morrisville State 000 062 x — 8 9 2

Gray and Springer; D’Ercole and Mosley.

SUNY-Cobleskill 004 013 — 8 12 0

Morrisville State 000 000 — 0  2 1

Wadsworth and DeMilio; Burks and Mosley.

 
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