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UAlbany wins third straight conference volleyball tournament

UAlbany wins third straight conference volleyball tournament

Senior outside hitter Kamisha Kellam earned most outstanding player honors as the University at Alba

Senior outside hitter Kamisha Kellam earned most outstanding player honors as the University at Albany swept Binghamton in the finals of the America East Conference women’s volleyball tournament Saturday.

The title was the third straight, and fourth in five years, for the Great Danes, who earned a spot in the NCAA tournament.

UAlbany will learn the identity of its first-round opponent a week from today.

Kellam finished with 10 kills as the Great Danes won by scores of 25-13, 25-19, 25-18.

WOMEN’S HOCKEY

RPI 2, Robert Morris 0

MOON TOWNSHIP, Pa. — Goalie Sonja van der Bliek made 22 saves for her third shutout of the season, leading the Engineers to a non-conference win over the Colonials.

Whitney Naslund gave RPI (8-5-2) a 1-0 lead at 8:25 of the third period. Alisa Harrison scored less than seven minutes later.

RPI 0 0 2 — 2

Robert Morris 0 0 0 — 0

First Period — None. Penalties — Yaw­orski, RPI (hooking), 14:40; Harrison, RPI (interference), 15:08; Monteleone, RM (interference), 19:12.

Second Period — None. Penalties — Beik­rich, RM (hooking), 5:06; RPI bench, served by Weidner (too many players), 5:56; Stewart, RPI (hooking), 6:15; Castignetti, RPI (interference), 14:33; Miles, RM (tripping), 17:05.

Third Period — 1, RPI, Naslund 4 (Guillemette), 8:25. 2, RPI, Harrison 4 (Vadner), 15:07. Penalties — Boik, RPI (hooking), 1:49; Delaney, RM (tripping), 2:53; Castignetti, RPI (interference), 16:23.

Shots on Goal — RPI 7-19-9 — 35. Robert Morris 11-3-8 — 22.

Power-play opportunities — RPI 0 of 4; Robert Morris 0 of 7.

Goalies — RPI, van der Bliek (22 shots-22 saves). Robert Morris, Butterfield 0-2-0 (35-33).

A — 203. T— 2:00.

Referees — Joe Baudo, Rick Prochaska. Linesmen — D. McCumber, J. Gould.

MEN’S HOCKEY

New England College 2, Skidmore 0

HENNIKER, N.H. — Emil Alengard scored both goals, and Aaron Harvey made 22 saves as the Pilgrims shut out the Thoroughbreds.

Skidmore 0 0 0 —   0

New England College 1 0 1 — 2

First Period — 1, NEC, Alengard (Bjork, Uola), 15;20.

Second Period — No scoring.

Third Period — 2, NEC, Alengard, 19:31.

Goaltenders: Skidmore, Colin Bessey, 24 saves. NEC, Aaron Harvey, 33 saves.

MEN’S BASKETBALL

UNION 71, FRAMINGHAM STATE 68

BABSON PARK, Mass. — Drew Goldstein hit seven of eights shots, finishing with 18 points, and Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake graduate Steve Madej added 17 points as the Dutchmen opened their season with a win in the Babson Invitational.

Goldstein led four Dutchmen in double figures.

FRAMINGHAM STATE

Carey 5-0-15, Amodovar 8-8-25, Dixon 2-0-4, Yarrell 3-2-10, Jackson 1-0-2, Tanglis 1-0-2, Veal 2-1-5, Smith 1-0-3, Carter 1-0-2. Totals: 24-11-68.

UNION

Madej 5-2-17, Desmarais 7-0-14, Lokitis 4-2-13, Goldstein 7-2-18, Covucci 1-5-7, Cir­esi 1-0-2. Totals: 25-11-71.

Halftime: Framingham State, 36-32. Three-point goals: Casey 5, Almodovar, Yarrell 2, Smith, Madej 5, Lokitis 3, Goldstein 2.

MSOE 48, RPI 45

MILWAUKEE — Jeremy Off scored 13 points as the host school beat the Red Hawks in the first round of the Milwaukee School of Engineering tourney.

Sam Simmons led the 1-1 Red Hawks with 10 points.

RPI

Simmons 4-2-10, Blakemore 4-0-9, Rupp 3-2 -8, Simmons 3-0-6, Philatre 2-0-4, Brion 0-2-2, Jung 1-0-2, Perner 1-0-2, Colon 1-0-2. Totals 19-56 6-11 45.

MILWAUKE SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING

Off 4-4-13, Meier 4-2-10, Sabree 3-4-10, Voigt 3-2-9, Morgan 1-0-3, Kearns 0-2-2, Deacon 0-1-1. Totals 15-41 14-21 48.

Halftime: MSOE, 25-22. Three-point goals: Blakemore, Voigt 2, Morgan, Off.

FREDONIA 71, SUNY-COBLESKILL 26

FREDONIA — Kevin Saunders scored 15 points, and the Devils held the Fighting Tigers to nine baskets and forced 27 turnovers.

SUNY-COBLESKILL

Haile 1-0-2, Lewis 0-1-1, Longmore 1-2-4, Newkirk 2-1-5, Williams 1-1-3, Ressler 1-0-2, Emery 1-2-4, Johnson 0-1-1, McMillen 2-0-4. Totals: 9-8-26.

FREDONIA

Cooper 2-0-4, Davis 0-1-1, Valenta 6-0-12, Saunders 5-4-14, Mitchell 2-0-4, Bryant 3-0-6, Scirbani 1-0-2, Donahue 1-0-3, Herrera 2-0-6, MacBride 1-0-2, Morse 5-0-10, Jackson 2-0-5, Driscoll 0-1-1. Totals: 30-6-71.

Halftime: Fredonia, 37-3. Three-point goals: Saunders, Donahue, Herrera 2.

Saint Rose 67, SO. CONNECTICUT 51

SARATOGA SPRINGS — Jermaine Clark scored 18 points as the Golden Knights picked up a Northeast-10 win.

Evan Lane of Sharon Springs added 12 points, six blocked shots and five rebounds for Saint Rose, and LaSalle Institute graduate Josh Pelletier finished with 10 points and six assists.

SO. CONNECTICUT

Corbett 6-3-16, Ramsey 2-6-10, Mazzarella 3-4-10, Zito 3-0-7, Harris 2-0-5, Long 1-0-3. Totals: 17-13-51.

SAINT ROSE

Clark 7-0-18, Lane 6-0-12, Pelletier 5-0-10, Williams 4-1-19, Bromirski 3-0-7, Ledbetter 1-4-6, Griffin 1-1-3, Bye 0-2-2. Totals: 27-8-67.

Halftime: Saint Rose, 38-26. Three-point goals: Harris, Zito, Corbett, Long, Clark 4, Bromirski.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

RPI 80, SALVE REGINA 59

BOSTON — Whitney Coleman’s 18 points led three players in double figures as the Red Hawks picked up a win in the opening round of the Emmanuel College Tip-Off Tournament.

Elizabeth Barker added 12 points, and Laura Easterling came off the bench and scored 11 points for the 3-1 Red Hawks.

SALVE REGINA

Lovoy 5-5-15, Phillips 6-2-14, Shorey

6-4-16, Browning 3-1-7, Barone 2-0-5, Horan 1-0-2. Totals: 23-13-59.

RPI

Coleman 8-2-18, Barker 5-2-12, High 1-2-4, Wetmore 3-0-7, Charest 2-0-6, L.Hayes 2-0-4, Connor 1-0-2, K.Hayes 1-2-4, Brophy 0-1-1, McKinley 1-2-4, Monroe 3-1-7, Easterling 4-2-11. Totals: 31-14-80.

Halftime: RPI, 42-25. Three-point goals: Barone, Wetmore, Charest 2, Easterling.

SKIDMORE 78, WESTERN NEW ENGLAND 56

SARATOGA SPRINGS —

Junior guard Sharlyn Harper scored 13 points to lead the Thoroughbreds to a win in the opening round of their tourament.

Skidmore, 1-1, used a 17-2 run early in the second period to assume control of the game.

WESTERN NEW ENGLAND

Berthiaume 0-6-6, Al-Darraji 1-4-6, Proper 3-3-9, Belowsky 4-1-10, Arey 0-4-4, Stock 3-2-8, Smith 1-1-3, McCormick 4-2-10.

Totals: 16-23-56.

SKIDMORE

Brown 3-0-7, Gaugler 3-1-9, Harper 5-0-13, Michel 4-0-10, Caulfield 2-5-10, Felton 1-3-5, Kinsey 4-1-9, Alison-Konteh 3-0-6, Gargiso 2-2-6, Leonard 1-1-3. Totals: 28-13-78.

Halftime: Skidmore, 28-25. Three-point goals: Belowsky, Brown, Gaugler 2, Harper 3, Michel 2, Caulfield.

SAINT ROSE 92 SO. CONNECTICUt 73

ALBANY — Lauren Revesz scored 22 points, and the Golden Knights had all five starters reach double figures.

Dana Brown added 17 points, and Amy Voelkel chipped in 10 points and grabbed a team-high seven >rebounds for Skidmore, which made 11 of 14 three-point shots.

SO. CONNECTICUT

Le.Allen 10-0-26, Johannes 6-4-17, Lentz 4-2-10, La.Allen 2-2-6, Fiola 1-4-6, Smith 1-0-3, Schicher 1-1-3, Stergio 0-2-2. Totals: 25-15-73.

SAINT ROSE

Revesz 10-0-22, Brown 4-8-17, Buckley 6-1-15, Sormaz 4-0-12, Anderson 5-1-11, Voelkel 4-0-10, Timbrouck 2-1-5. Totals:

35-11-92.

Halftime: Skidmore, 45-39. Three-point goals: Le.Allen 6, Johannes, Smith, Sormaz 4, Voelkel 2, Revesz 2, Buckley 2, Brown.

ALBANY PHARMACY 44, BUFFALO STATE 43

BUFFALO — Kelly VanValkenburgh’s basket with nine seconds remaining lifted the Panthers to a win in the opening round of the Buffalo State Classic.

VanValkenburgh finished with 13 points. Amber Batzold led the Panthers with 18 points.

ALBANY PHARMACY

Leonardi 1-1-4, Batzold 6-6-18, Oaks 1-1-3, Jillson 1-2-4, VanValkenburgh 4-2-13, Gibbs 1-0-2. Totals: 14-12-44.

BUFFALO STATE

Layne 5-0-10, Hamer 2-0-4, Kiliszek 2-0-6, Reckley 4-0-8, Clark 2-0-4, Debnam 1-2-4, Sebuharara 0-1-1, Thompson 2-2-6. Totals: 18-5-43.

Halftime: Albany Pharmacy, 25-17. Three-point goals: Leonardi, VanValkenburgh 3, Kiliszek 2.

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