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Union women alone in first place

Union women alone in first place

The Union College women’s basketball team took sole possession of the Liberty League lead Friday nig

The Union College women’s basketball team took sole possession of the Liberty League lead Friday night with a 51-47 victory over St. Lawrence.

Union (14-5, 8-1 LL) scored 18 of its 28 second-half points from the paint, while its defense allowed the Saints (14-5, 7-2) just one layup in the second half.

Lauren McCormick led the Dutchwomen with 20 points and 10 rebounds, and Michelle Rogers (12 points, 11 rebounds) also had a double-doouble.

Katie Palmer led the Saints with 15.

UNION

Tobin 1-0-2, Scott 2-2-7, Whitham 0-4-4, Rogers 5-2-12, McCormick 10-0-20, Pepe 1-4-6. Totals: 19-12-51.

ST. LAWRENCE

Sischo 2-2-7, Stanton 1-2-4, Parham 1-0-2, Krzemien 2-2-6, Palmer 5-4-15, Edgerton 1-0-2, Capello 4-0-11. Totals: 16-10-47.

Halftime:, St. Lawrence, 24-23. Three-point goals: Scott, Sischo, Palmer, Capello 3.

Skidmore 67, Clarkson 56

POTSDAM — Skidmore went 25-for-29 from the free-throw line to topple the Golden Knights in the Liberty League.

Dana Leonard had a double-double for the Thoroughbreds (4-5, 7-13), finishing with 26 points and 13 rebounds. She scored 16 points at the foul line, going 16-for-17.

Freshman Carey Turner of Clifton Park had 16 points, five rebounds and five assists for the Golden Knights (1-8, 6-14).

SKIDMORE

Kemp 1-5-8, Gaugler 1-2-5, Caufield 5-0-12, Leonard 5-16-26, Brown 2-0-5, Harper 3-0-7, Alison-Konteh 1-0-2, Gargiso 0-2-2. Totals: 18-25-67.

CLARKSON

Turner 6-4-16, Goldberg 3-0-8, Pluchino 2-0-4, Reddinger 1-2-4, Koenck 3-0-8, Carella 0-1-1, Scanlon 5-0-10, Brody 2-1-5. Totals: 22-8-56.

Halftime: Skidmore, 29-28. Three-point goals: Kemp, Gaugler, Caufield 2, Brown, Harper, Goldberg 2, Koenck 2.

HAMILTON 54, RPI 50

TROY — Senior center Sydney Fasulo scored 16 points and pulled down 11 rebounds as the Continentals evened their Liberty League record at 4-4.

The Continentals (11-7 overall) went on a 21-6 run midway through the first half to take a 33-16 lead, and the final margin was as close as the Red Hawks (5-3, 13-5) would get.

Elizabeth Barker led RPI with 17 points.

HAMILTON

Kane 1-0-3, Asimovic 1-4-6, Schrader 4-2-10, Fasulo 8-0-16, McGuinnis 4-0-8, Sowinski 2-0-5, Olszewski 1-0-2, Skitka 2-0-4. Totals: 23-6-54.

RPI

Coleman 3-2-8, Barker 5-6-17, Wetmore 4-0-9, Charest 3-2-8, Connor 2-0-6, McKinley 1-0-2. Totals: 18-10-50.

Halftime: Hamilton, 33-19. Three-point

goals: Kane, Sowinski, Barker, Wetmore, Connor 2.

MEN

Clarkson 67, Skidmore 58

POTSDAM — Freshman Felix Llanos came off the bench and scored 13 points to help the Golden Knights defeat the Thoroughbreds.

The win snapped a three-game losing streak by the Knights (12-8, 3-6 Liberty Lague.

Freshman Terron Victoria had a game-high 16 points for the Thoroughbreds (7-13, 2-7).

SKIDMORE

Victoria 6-4-16, O’Shea 3-0-6, Altimar 3-0-7, Clark 2-0-4, Douglas 3-7-13, Langyintuo 2-1-5, Langford 3-1-7. Totals: 22-13-58.

CLARKSON

Salanger 4-1-10, Linton 3-5-12, Murray 2-1-6, Pickering 3-7-13, Koduah 3-0-6, Llanos 4-3-13, Hood 2-3-7. Totals: 21-20-67.

Halftime: Skidmore, 31,28. Three-point goals: Altimar, Salanger, Linton, Murray, Llanos 2.

HAMILTON 73, RPI 68

TROY — Harlee Wood gave Hamilton the lead for good with a layup with 9:41 left as the Continentals held off the Red Hawks in the Liberty League.

Wood finished with 16 points for the league-leading Continentals (13-5, 7-1). Tim Rupp came through with 16 points for RPI (10-9, 4-4), which was just 2-for-8 from the foul line.

HAMILTON

Simpson 4-3-13, Dumas 2-0-5, Wood 6-3-16, Ciriello 5-0-10, Sullivan 5-2-12, Wilson 2-0-4, McDowell 3-0-9, Harris 2-0-4. Totals: 29-8-73.

RPI

Rupp 6-0-16, Philatre 1-1-3, Brion 5-1-14, Simmons 7-0-14, Blakemore 4-0-89, Anderson 1-0-3, Colon 2-0-4, Jung 2-0-4, Bull 1-0-2. Totals: 29-2-68.

Halftime: RPI, 40-34. Three-point goals: Simpson 2, Dumas, Wood, McDowell 3, Rupp 4, Brion 3, Anderson.

St. Lawrence 99, Union 80

CANTON — Six players scored in double figures as the Saints rolled over the Dutchmen in the Liberty League.

Richard Williams led the way for the Saints (15-4, 8-1 LL) with 16 points. Senior Drew Desmaris continued his hot hand for the Dutchmen (11-8, 4-5), pumping in a game-high 27 points.

UNION

Ciresi 7-0-17, Madej 4-2-14, Deamsris 9-9-27, Lokitis 2-0-4, Covucci 2-0-4, Papez 2-2-7, Knox 2-0-4, Dzanko 1-0-2, Dure 0-1-1. Totals: 29-14-80.

ST. LAWRENCE

J. Sharlow 5-1-14, Araya 1-2-4, Wopperer 4-1-11, Vonnak 3-5-11, Williams 6-3-16, Eppolito 1-0-2, Parham 4-1-10, Tamguoa 5-1-12, McFarland 3-1-7, G. Sharlow 5-0-12. Totals: 37-14-99.

Halftime: St. Lawrence, 46-43. Three-point goals: Ciresi 3, Madej 4, Papez, J. Sharlow 3, Wopperer 2, Williams, Parham, Tamguoa, McFarland, G. Sharlow 2.

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