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Area colleges: MacFawn hurls two shutouts

Thursday, April 25, 2013
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— The University at Albany shut out Boston University twice, 8-0 and 3-0, to extend its America East-leading record to 13-1, and to 30-10 overall, on Wednesday.

Junior Brittany MacFawn pitched a complete game — 13 total innings — in both wins, giving up a total of just six hits. She had 21 strikeouts and improved to 21-6.

Alexa Toole had a double and a single in the first game for the Great Danes, and Charlise Castro and Lauren Alcorn each drove in two runs.

Castro had two singles and an RBI in the second game.

Boston University fell to 5-6 in the league and 17-22-1 overall.

UAlbany 000 233 — 8 10 1

Boston U. 000 000 — 0  3 3

MacFawn and Apostolina; Tuthill, Schuppert (5) and Ekart.

UAlbany 000 102 0 — 3 4 1

Boston U. 000 000 0 — 0 3 1

MacFawn and Stout; Hynes and Ekart.

UNION 6-4, NEW PALTZ 5-3

NEW PALTZ — Union scored an unearned run in the top of the 12th inning to pull out the first game, then held on for another one-run victory in the second game after nearly wasting a 4-0 lead.

Once the first game got to extra innings, New Paltz (18-17) twice scored in the bottom of an inning to keep the game alive before Union (13-20) finally ended it in the 12th.

Joanna Chalifoux hit an RBI double in the top of the fifth to give Union a 4-0 lead in the second game, and New Paltz scored three in the bottom of the sixth, but fell short.

Union 300 000 011 001 — 6  6 4

New Paltz 100 110 011 000 — 5 11 3

Wolejko, Staats (6) and Palleschi; Carozza and Burgess.

Union 200 020 0 — 4 5 0

New Paltz 000 003 0 — 3 9 2

Logan, Wolejko (6) and Palleschi; Brewer, Rutcofsky (5) and Fiore.

RENSSELAER 7-8, UTICA 0-10

UTICA — Jocilyn Rudisill hit a solo home run to give Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute a 1-0 lead, and finished 3-for-4 with two RBI as the Engineers won the first game.

Utica avoided a sweep by coming back from a 4-0 deficit in the second game, scoring three runs in the bottom of the seventh.

Rudisill also hit a solo homer in the second game for RPI (23-10).

Utica is 24-10.

Rensselaer 100 103 2 — 7 10 1

Utica 000 000 0 — 0  5 4

Weltzin and Ten Eyck; Monroe, Thompson (7) and Fitzgerald.

Rensselaer 004 010 3 —  8  8 0

Utica 000 700 3 — 10 16 3

Hepworth, Osmanski (4), Weltzin (4) and Ten Eyck; Enny, Monroe (7) and Ingalls.

CSR 4-1, AMERICAN INT’L 5-0

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. — Nicole Wickham pitched a one-hitter as The College of Saint Rose salvaged a double-header split with Amer­ican International (8-18, 12-26) in the Northeast-10.

Taylor Snyder’s sacrifice bunt in the second inning brought home Olivia Reeves for the only run in the second game.

Reeves and Amber Loussedes each had four hits in the two games for the Golden Knights (7-17, 9-28).

CSR 201 001 0 — 3  8 1

American Int. 130 010 x — 5 10 0

Frazier, Wickham (2) and Williams; Habib, Malloy (7) and Belanger.

CSR 010 000 0 — 1 5 2

American Int. 000 000 0 — 0 4 0

Wickham and Williams; Malloy and Merrill.

SUNYIT 3-3, SUNY-COBLESKILL 1-1

MARCY — Fallon Reinold pitched a one-hitter as SUNYIT completed a double-header sweep of SUNY-Cobleskill in the NEAC.

In the first game, Krista Pristera hit a triple, and Erica Hovey pitched a five-hitter for SUNYIT (11-3, 17-9).

Cobleskill fell to 7-7 in the NEAC and 13-15 overall.

SUNY-Cobleskill 010 000 0 — 1 5 2

SUNYIT 200 100 x — 3 4 1

Wadsworth and DeMilio; Hovey and Marleau.

SUNY-Cobleskill 100 000 0 — 1 1 3

SUNYIT 000 003 x — 3 3 2

Wadsworth and DeMilio; Reinold and Marleau.

Baseball

Siena 9, Holy Cross 4

WORCESTER, Mass. — Mike Allen hit a two-run home run in the top of the seventh inning to give Siena a 7-1 lead, and the Saints went on to defeat Holy Cross (22-21).

Mike Fish and and Tyler Martis each had a double and a single for Siena (18-22).

Siena 203 000 220 — 9 12 1

Holy Cross 000 001 030 — 4 13 2

Morales, Cabrera (6), Meindl (8) and Balkwill; Kono, Hauser (3), Moynihan, (3), Gustin (4), Boyce (5), Brown (6), Filipowicz (7), Perron (8), Perrotta (9).

UALBANY 11, MANHATTAN 5

BRONX — UAlbany banged out 15 hits and beat Manhattan in a non-conference game.

Brian Bullard and Jeff Welsh each had three hits for the Great Danes.

UAlbany 003 131 210 — 11 15 0

Manhattan 201 200 000 —  5 10 7

Moore, Ryan (4), Sorgie (5), Jaurique (6), Stinar (8) and Harasta; Jordan, Mulvaney (6), Liquori (7), Fernandez (9) and Ortega.

Saint Rose 13-5, Assumption 0-1

ALBANY — The College of Saint Rose erupted for nine runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to put the first game out of reach, and scored all five of its runs in the first inning of the second game to sweep Assumption in the Northeast-10.

Caleb Gleason went 3-for-5 with two RBI and two runs scored in the first game for the Golden Knights (6-16, 9-33), and A.J. Capone hit a three-run double in the second game.

Assumtpion fell to 9-14 in the conference and 13-25 overall.

Assumption 000 000 000 —  0  7 3

Saint Rose 011 029 00x — 13 16 0

Kelly, Metcalf (3), Perry (5) and Paine, Fleming (7); Gould and Capone.

Assumption 010 000 000 — 1  5 1

Saint Rose 500 000 000 — 5 10 1

Palmer, Rocha (1), Bradley (6) and Paine; Charron, DeFruscio (9) and Capone, Burrows (8).

PLATTSBURGH 6, UNION 2

PLATTSBURGH — Union had nine hits, but managed just two runs in losing to Plattsburgh State (11-20) and falling to 18-7.

Tyler Heck had a triple and a double for the Dutchmen, and Vincent Esposito hit a double and a single.

Union 000 100 100 — 2  9 2

Plattsburgh State 100 013 10x — 6 10 0

Beaule, Yonta (5), Kemp (6), Pignatello (7), Rhoda (8) and Worley; Vargues, Orr (7), Corea (8) and Casten.

Williams 4, Rensselaer 2

WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute trailed early and never caught up despite having two runners in scoring position in the eighth inning of a non-conference loss at Williams College.

Darren Hartwell made it 3-2 with an RBI single in the third inning and hit an RBI triple in the seventh for Williams (11-19).

Tim LaSuer had two singles for the Engineers (21-8).

Rensselaer 011 000 000 — 2 7 1

Williams 210 000 10X — 4 9 1

Roberge, Kalish (5), Schiavone (8) and Holomakoff; Capute, Bishop (3), Kelly (6), Casso (7), Ray (8) and McGovern.

Lacrosse

Rensselaer 11, Drew 4

MADISON, N.J. — Colin Fortuner had six goals and one assist as Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute defeated Drew University.

The Engineers (6-8) stopped a five-game losing streak.

Rensselaer 2 4 0 5 — 11

Drew 0 3 0 1 —  4

Rensselaer scoring: Brett Overend 1-0, Patrick Finn 0-1, Mike Sarson 2-1, Zach Moro 1-0, Eric Bialek 1-0, Colin Fortuner 6-1. Drew scoring: Mark Barus 2-0, Steve Gentile 2-0.

Goaltenders: Rensselaer, Troy Manchester, 0 saves, James Manchester, 14 saves; Drew, Kyle Mariboe, 3 saves, Andrew Goldberg, 1 save.

Union 21, Vassar 8

POUGHKEEPSIE — Joe Cordrey scored four goals, and six other players scored two as Union rolled past Vassar.

Nolan Stauffer had two goals and three assists for the Dutchmen.

Union 6 7 3 5 — 21

Vassar 3 1 2 2 —  8

Union scoring: Alex D’Amario 2-0, Richard Gregory 0-1, Greg Mooney 0-1, Cameron Slatton 2-0, Adam Sands 0-1, Jake Quinn 1-0, Charlie Ross 2-1, Connor Hall 1-2, Peter

Griesinger 1-0, Nolan Connors 1-1, Paul Alberti 0-1, Tom Stanton 2-0, Nolan Stauffer 2-3, Pat Debenedetto 1-0, Joe Cordrey 4-0, Rob Santangelo 2-0. Vassar scoring: Noah Parson 4-1, Shane Flattery 2-0, Max Herman 1-1, Scott Brekne 1-1.

Goaltenders: Union, Devin Jeffries, 8 saves, Brody Shea, 2 saves; Vassar, Ben Lehr, 5 saves, Andrew Nicol, 11 saves.

 
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