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Saint Rose falls to Le Moyne

Saint Rose falls to Le Moyne

James Cormer led a balanced attack with 15 points to lead Le Moyne to a 67-57 Northeast-10 Conferenc

James Cormer led a balanced attack with 15 points to lead Le Moyne to a 67-57 Northeast-10 Conference men’s basketball victory over The College of Saint Rose Wednesday night that sent the Golden Knights to an 0-2 start for the first time in 18 years.

Kevin Roth added 14 points for the Dolphins (1-0 league, 1-1 overall), Laurence Ekperigin had 13 and Damani Corbin tallied 12.

Schenectady High graduate Malcolm Williams led Saint Rose (0-1, 0-2) with 16 points. Jermaine Clark chipped in with 14, and Brian Ledbetter of Schenectady had 11.

After trailing, 30-28, at halftime, the Golden Knights closed to within 50-47 on Brian Hanuschak’s fast-break basket, but Le Moyne went on a 15-3 run to take control.

SAINT ROSE

Williams 6-4-16, Clark 5-2-14, Ledbetter 4-3-11, Hanuschak 3-0-6, Pelletier 3-0-6,

Brom­irski 1-0-2, Griffin 0-2-2. Totals:

22-10-57.

LE MOYNE

Cormier 5-0-15, Roth 6-2-14, Ekperigin

5-3-13, Corbin 4-4-12, Hassett 3-0-7, Johnson 2-0-6. Totals: 25-9-67.

Halftime: Le Moyne, 30-28. Three-point goals: Clark 2, Ledbetter 1, Cormier 5, Johnson 2, Hassett.

RPI 77,

Mount Saint Mary 70

NEWBURGH — Sam Simmons scored 22 points and grabbed nine rebounds as Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute rallied for a non-league win.

Tim Rupp added 16 points and eight rebounds for the Red Hawks in their season opener. Tim Morris and Alex Kuchar led Mount Saint Mary (1-2) with 19 and 18 points, respectively.

RPI

Rupp 6-2-16, Bull 0-8-8, Philatre 3-0-6, Simmons 9-4-22, Blakemore 1-2-4, Rod­riguez 2-2-6, Anderson 2-0-2, Colon 3-1-7, Brion 1-0-2. Totals: 27-19-77.

MOUNT SAINT MARY

Weinberger 5-1-12, Kuchar 7-2-18, Harrison 4-5-13, Milella 1-1-4, Hennep 1-0-2, Kingly 0-2-2, Morris 6-4-19. Totals: 24-15-70.

Halftime: Mount Saint Mary, 34-19. Three-point goals: Rupp 2, Anderson 2, Weinberger, Kuchar 2, Milella, Morris 3.

Women’s basketball

SAINT ROSE 65,

LE MOYNE 56

SYRACUSE — Dana Brown scored 20 points as the Golden Knights opened Northeast-10 Conference play with a win over the Dolphins.

Saint Rose improved to 3-0 overall, the third time in the last five years it has done that.

Elizabeth Buckley added 15 points for the Knights.

SAINT ROSE

Brown 6-8-20, Buckley 4-6-15, Sormaz 3-0-9, Timbrouck 3-2-8, Anderson 2-3-7, Revesz 2-2-6. Totals 20-21-65.

LE MOYNE

Holden 5-4-14, Coryea 6-1-13, Dunn 4-1-10,

Precious 2-4-10, Scott 1-1-3, Davis 1-0-2,

Gladstone 0-2-2, Shields 1-0-2. Totals

20-13-56.

Halftime: Saint Rose, 31-21. Three-point goals: Sormaz 3, Buckley, Precious 2, Dunn.

RPI 83,

Albany Pharmacy 63

TROY — Five players scored in double figures as the Red Hawks improved to 2-1 with a non-league victory.

Sara Wetmore, Nicole Monroe and Caitlyn Charest each scored 14 points, Whitney Coleman added 11 and Ellen High had 10 for the Red Hawks. Elizabeth Barker had eight points and a game-high 16 rebounds.

Pam Leonardi led Pharmacy

(3-1) with 16 points, and Kelly Van Valkenburgh and Alex Oaks had 13 apiece.

ALBANY PHARMACY

Jillson 0-4-4, Leonardi 4-6-16, Van Valkenburgh 4-3-13, Batzold 4-0-8, Oaks

5-2-13, Gibbs 2-2-7, McCormack 1-0-2.

Totals: 20-17-63.

RPI

Barker 3-2-8, High 5-0-10, Wetmore 5-4-14,

Coleman 5-1-11, Charest 5-3-14, L.Hayes 1-0-2,

K.Hayes 1-3-5, Brophy 2-0-4, McKinley 0-1-1, Monroe 6-2-14. Totals: 33-16-83.

Halftime: RPI, 43-30. Three-point goals: Leonardi 2, Van Valkenburgh 2, Oaks 1, Gibbs 1, Charest.

Hockey

Hudson Valley CC 5,

Mohawk Valley CC 0

TROY — Anthony Girard scored twice, powering the Vikings to a Region III victory over Mohawk Valley CC.

Pat Simmons had a goal and an assist for HVCC (4-1 Region III, 7-1 overall).

Mohawk Valley CC 0 0 0 — 0

Hudson Valley CC 0 3 2 — 5

First Period — None.

Second Period —1, HVCC, Eric Olds (Brendan Constin, Mike Walsh), :31. 2, HVCC, Charles Britt (Pat Simmons, Paul Chamberlain), 15:50. 3, HVCC, Anthony Gir­ard (Angelo Rosena), 18:13.

Third Period — 4, HVCC, Simmons (Chamberlain, Joseph Camiolo), 5:33. 5, HVCC, Girard (Rosena), 7:06.

Shots on Goal — MVCC 5-7-9 — 21. HVCC — 7-12-9 — 28.

Goalies — MVCC, Josh Lamie (28 shots-23 saves). HVCC, Kevin Bowdidge (21-21).

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