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Goalie stars in UAlbany soccer tie

Goalie stars in UAlbany soccer tie

Goalie Steward Ceus earned his seventh shutout of the season Sunday, helping UAlbany to a 0-0 Americ

Goalie Steward Ceus earned his seventh shutout of the season Sunday, helping UAlbany to a 0-0 America East Conference tie with Vermont.

With the tie, the Great Danes (5-1-2 AE, 12-3-2 overall) earned the second seed in the conference tournament and a first-round bye. The Danes will host either Binghamton or New Hampshire in the semifinals at 1 p.m. Nov. 12.

Ceus made five saves. It was his 19th career shutout.

Vermont 0 0 0 0 — 0

UAlbany 0 0 0 0 — 0

Goalkeepers: Vermont, Roger Scully, 4 saves. UAlbany, Steward Ceus, 5 saves.

Women’s soccer

loyola 2, siena 1

LOUDONVILLE — Lea Day’s second goal of the game at 61:11 lifted the Greyhounds over the Saints to clinch the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference title.

Day scored her first goal at 50:23. The Saints (6-2-1 MAAC, 13-2-3 overall) tied it less than seven minutes later on Lindsay Tegas’ goal.

The Saints are the third seed in the MAAC tournament, and will host second-seeded Fairfield at

2 p.m. Friday.

Loyola 0 2 — 2

Siena 0 1 — 1

Loyola scoring: Lea Day 2-0, Kelly Farrell 0-1. Siena scoring: Lindsay Tega 1-0, Ashleigh Barone 0-1.

Goalkeepers: Loyola, Brittany Henderson, 3 saves. Siena, Laura Ettinger, 7 saves.

saint rose 1, new haven 0

ALBANY — Christina Cuffari’s first-half goal lifted the 25th-ranked Golden Knights to a Northeast-10 Conference tournament quarter-final victory.

Saint Rose (15-3-1) will host sixth-seeded UMass-Lowell in a semi­final game at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Albany Academy East Campus.

New Haven 0 0 — 0

Saint Rose 1 0 — 1

Saint Rose scoring: Christina Cuffari

1-0.

Goalkeepers: New Haven, Kim Taylor, 3 saves. Saint Rose, Shannon Murphy,

1 save.

ACP 2, Medgar Evers 1

MORRISTOWN, N.J. — Sarah Wurz scored twice to lead Albany College of Pharmacy to the school’s first-ever Hudson Valley Women’s Athletic Conference championship.

Wurz was named the tourn-ament’s most valuable player.

Men’s basketball

SCCC 85,

NORTH COUNTRY CC 75

TROY — Darius Buckner and C.J. Tarver scored 20 points each to lead the Royals to a win the consolation game of the HVCC Viking Club Invitational.

Tarver, who had eight assists, was named to the all-tournament team.

Jhason Clark added 16 points for SCCC (1-1).

Tony Sparkman paced NCCC (0-2) with 19 points.

NORTH COUNTRY CC

Cowart 4-3-11, Flowers 4-1-10, Patterson 4-2-11, Sparkman 8-2-19, Middleton 1-0-2, Mungen 5-5-15, Vincent 1-0-3, Ellis 2-0-4. Totals: 29-13-75.

SCCC

Lynch 2-3-7, Tarver 9-2-20, Orner 0-2-2, Hendy 3-3-9, Clark 6-3-16, Buckner 6-4-20, Gilmour 1-0-3 (1), Wells 4-0-8. Totals:

31-17-85.

Halftime: NCCC, 46-43. Three-point goals: Flowers, Patterson, Sparkman, Vincent, Buckner 4, Clark, Gilmour.

Hudson Valley CC 71,

BROOME CC 69

TROY — Ramel Alexander scored 19 points, and Garret Bishop added 18 as the Vikings beat Broome Community College to win the championship game of the HVCC Viking Club Invitational.

Ian Austin-Michaud had 12 points and 18 rebounds for HVCC (2-0).

BROOME CC

Melendez 4-0-8, Coleman 0-3-3, Garland 2-2-6, Rittenburg 1-2-4, Brown 6-2-17, Kjerholt 5-2-13, Kirkland 2-2-6, Garcia 1-0-3.

Totals: 21-13-60.

HUDSON VALLEY CC

Alexander 7-4-19, Bishop 3-10-18,

D. Austin-Michaud 4-1-9, Coulball 1-0-3, Harte 1-1-3, Lanoue 1-0-2, Barnes 2-1-5,

I. Austin-Michaud 5-2-12. Totals: 24-19-71.

Halftime: HVCC, 32-24. Brown 3, Kjerholt, Garcia, Bishop 2, Alexander, Couball.

Women’s basketball

Broome CC 61,

Hudson Valley CC 42

TROY — Ashley Kellicutt scored 14 points, leading Broome Community College past Hudson Valley Community College in the championship game of the HVCC Viking Club Invitational.

Alyssa Polosky added 12 points for BCC (2-0), and Natalie Conway had 10.

Sarah Carciobolo led the Vikings (1-1) with 11 points. Paige Colfer and Jessica Zmiyarch each added 10 points.

BROOME CC

Finkle 2-0-4, Conway 3-1-10, Osman

3-0-6, Kellicutt 3-8-14, Komorowski 2-4-8, Roberts 1-0-2, Materski 2-1-5, Polosky

3-5-12. Totals: 19-19-61.

HUDSON VALLEY CC

Zmiyarch 4-2-10, O’Malley 2-2-6, Colfer 5-0-10, Carciobolo 3-3-11, Monteith 1-0-3, Gijanto 0-2-2. Totals: 15-9-42.

Halftime: Broome CC, 24-21. Three-point goals: Conway 3, Polosky, Carciobolo 2, Monteith.

Field hockey

ualbany 3,

new hampshire 1

DURHAM, N.H. — Michele Pol-izois had a goal and an assist as the Great Danes won the America East regular-season title by beating the Wildcats.

UAlbany (4-1 AE, 10-9 overall) will host the conference tourn-ament Nov. 7 and 9.

UNH (3-2, 8-10) took a 1-0 lead on a Kara Napolitano goal less than five minutes into the game. Jess Lindsey tied it for the Danes on a penalty corner two minutes later.

Polizois assisted on Nicole Savage’s go-ahead goal at 9:54, and then scored on a penalty late in the first half.

UAlbany 3 0 — 3

New Hampshire 1 0 — 1

UAlbany scoring: Michele Polizois 1-1, Jess Lindsey 1-0, Nicole Savage 1-0, Michelle Simpson 0-1. New Hampshire scoring: Kara Napolitano 1-0, Brittany Jacobs 0-1.

Goalkeepers: UAlbany, Ashley Ross, 1 save. New Hampshire, Jenna Lehman, 6 saves.

union 2, nazareth 0

SCHENECTADY — Kelsey Powers and Tyler Willey scored second-half goals to lead the Dutchwomen to a win in their regular-season finale.

Goalie Liz Stanford stopped seven shots and earned her third shutout of the season.

Union (14-3) will face Skidmore in a Liberty League tournament semifinal at 2 p.m. Friday at St. Lawrence.

Nazareth 0 0 — 0

Union 0 2 — 2

Union scoring: Kelsey Powers 1-0, Tyler Willey 1-0, Lizzy Moran 0-1.

Goalkeepers: Nazareth, Kelsey Evans, 12 saves. Union, Liz Stanford, 7 saves.

bryant 3, siena 1

LOUDONVILLE — The Bulldogs scored three times in a 13:25 span of the second half to beat the Saints in Siena’s season finale.

Mackenzie Smith gave Siena (1-16) a 1-0 lead 4:11 into the game. Katherine Andrusin tied it for Bryant (2-16) at 50:23. Courtney Landi snapped the tie at 62:53, and Andrusin scored again less than a minute later.

Bryant 0 3 — 3

Siena 1 0 — 1

Bryant scoring: Katherine Andrusin 2-0, Courtney Landi 1-0, Danielle Moody 0-1, Tia Pydynkowski 0-1, Jenna DeMello 0-1, Kelly Frantz 0-1. Siena scoring: Mackenzie Smith 1-0.

Goalkeepers: Bryant, Kundayi Mawema, 4 saves. Siena, Jennifer Tesak, 6 saves,

Volleyball

danes sweep

ORONO, Maine — Valerie Sourbeer had 13 kills and four blocks, helping UAlbany to a 25-22, 25-15, 25-21 America East Conference victory over Maine.

It was the 11th straight win for the Danes (9-0 AE, 17-8 overall).

saints win

LOUDONVILLE — Siena moved into a first-place tie with Fairfield in the MAAC by beating Loyola, 25-21, 25-15, 22-25, 25-9.

Kelly Hummell had 12 kills for the Saints (12-2 MAAC).

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