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Zeyak carries Union to men's soccer win

Zeyak carries Union to men's soccer win

Freshman forward Marc Zeyak scored his third goal of the season in double overtime to lift the Union

Freshman forward Marc Zeyak scored his third goal of the season in double overtime to lift the Union College men’s soccer team to a 1-0 shutout of SUNY-Oswego Saturday at College Park Field.

Senior goalkeeper Rob Kramer picked up his fifth shutout of the season with two saves for the 11-3-3 Dutchmen. The Lakers fell to 8-9.

Union, which held a 14-2 advantage in shots on goal, travels to first-place Hobart in the semifinals of the Liberty League tournament Friday at 2 p.m.

SUNY-Oswego 0 0 0 0 — 0

Union 0 0 0 1 — 1

Union scoring: Marc Zeyak 1-0, Nicky Hoberman 0-1.

Goalkeepers: Oswego, Matt Wopperer, 8 saves; Union, Rob Kramer, 2 saves.

RPI 1,

ONEONTA STATE 0 (OT)

ONEONTA — Sophomore Blake Adams headed a service from

junior Mike Long just inside the left post in the 101st minute of play to carry the Red Hawks over Oneonta State in double overtime.

Alex Penny made four saves for the 12-4-1 Red Hawks. Max Siegelman also stopped four shots for 10-6-2 Oneonta State.

RPI 0 0 0 1 — 1

Oneonta State 0 0 0 0 — 0

RPI scoring: Alex Penny 1-0, Mike Long 0-1.

Goalkeepers: RPI, Alex Penny, 4 saves; Oneonta State, Max Siegelman, 4 saves.

ACP 1,

CULINARY INSTITUTE 0

HYDE PARK — Ryan Michonski scored on a penalty kick 27 minutes into the second half to help the Panthers clinch the school’s first-ever Hudson Valley Men’s Athletic Conference Championship.

Michonski was named the MVP of the tournament. The Panthers improved to 10-5.

ACP 0 1 — 1

Culinary Inst. 0 0 — 0

ACP scoring: Ryan Michonski 1-0.

Goalkeepers: ACP, Joe Iemma, 10 saves; Culinary, 21 saves.

SIENA 6, MARIST 1

LOUDONVILLE — Six different players scored as Siena thumped the Red Foxes.

The Saints improved to 6-1 in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference and 8-6-1 overall. Marist fell to 0-6-1 and 3-11-2.

Marist 1 0 — 1

Siena 1 5 — 6

Marist scoring: Lucas Szabo 1-0, Nico Mossa 0-1. Siena scoring: Sebastien Anzeui 1-0, Mike DeSimone 1-0, Matt Turcio 1-0, Brian Woodfield 1-0, Joe Tavernese 1-0, Robert DiFilippo 1-1, Geoff Narode 0-2, Anthony Tagliaferri 0-1.

Goalkeepers: Marist, Tom DeBeneetto, 9 saves; Siena, Steve Skonieczny, 4 saves, Euclide Osse, 0 saves.

Volleyball

SAINTS PREVAIL

LOUDONVILLE — Senior Kelly Hummel posted a career-high 23 kills to lead Siena over Rider, 22-25, 25-14, 18-25, 25-22, 15-12.

Setter April London added five kills, 45 assists and 13 digs for the Saints.

Men’s basketball

Hudson Valley CC 88,

North Country CC 65

TROY — Dalton Austin-

Michaud scored 20 points and had 16 rebounds to lead the Vikings to a win in the opening round of the Viking Club Invitational.

NORTH COUNTRY CC

Franklin 1-0-3, Vincent 2-0-5, Cowert 1-2-4, Patterson 3-1-7, Flowers 4-0-8, Stroup 2-2-6, Middleton 4-0-9, Whitmore 1-0-2, Sparkman 4-3-11, Ellis 1-1-3, Mansen 2-2-7. Totals: 25-9-65.

HUDSON VALLEY CC

Alexander 3-7-13, Bishop 2-3-7, D. Austin-Michaud 8-4-20, Dumont 1-0-2, Couball 0-2-2, Harte 2-2-6, Lanoue 4-1-12, Barnes 5-5-15, I. Austin-Michaud 1-7-9, Owusu 1-0-2. Totals: 27-31-88.

Halftime: HVCC, 48-27. Three-point goals: Franklin, Vincent, Middleton, Lanoue 3.

Women’s basketball

Hudson Valley CC 71,

NORTH COUNTRY CC 36

TROY — Patty Colfer scored 22 points and grabbed 11 rebounds to help the Vikings beat North Country CC in the opening round of the Viking Club Invitational.

NORTH COUNTRY CC

Stiles 0-2-2, Zagrodzki 1-0-3, Clark 2-0-4, Jones 2-1-6, LeBron 2-0-6, Cring 2-1-5, Jack 1-0-2, Mitchell 1-2-4. Totals: 12-6-36.

HUDSON VALLEYCC

Dooley 4-5-13, Zmiyarch 3-2-8, O’Malley 7-1-16, McGrouty 1-0-3, Colfer 11-0-22, Connell 1-0-3, Carciobolo 0-4-4, Zilberman 1-0-2. Totals: 28-12-71.

Halftime: HVCC 40-17. Three-point goals: O’Malley, McGrouty, Connell, Jones, LeBron.

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