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Union women's basketball team finishes strong

Union women's basketball team finishes strong

Union College’s women’s basketball team, which finished as the top seed and host for next weekend’s

Union College’s women’s basketball team, which finished as the top seed and host for next weekend’s Liberty League tournament, completed the regular season with a 48-44 victory over Hamilton on Senior Day at the Viniar Athletic Center Saturday.

Senior Michelle Rogers scored a game-high 15 points for the 12-2, 18-6 Dutchwomen. Hamilton (7-7, 14-10) was paced by Molly Kane’s 10 points.

HAMILTON

Fasulo 3-1-7, McGuinnis 1-0-2, Kane 4-0-10, Asimovic 1-4-6, Schrader 2-2-6, Wetmore 2-0-6, Schafer 0-1-1, Skitka 3-0-6. Totals: 16-39 8-10 44.

UNION

Rogers 5-5-15, McCormick 2-5-9, Tobin 1-0-3, Scott 3-0-7, Whitham 3-1-7, Pepe 1-2-4, LindenDarrlw 1-0-3. Totals: 16-47 13-16 48.

Halftime: Union 27-20. Three-point goals: Kane 2, Wetmore 2, Tobin, Scott, LindenDarrow.

SAINT ROSE 71, STONEHILL 68

EASTON, Mass. — The Golden Knights held the 19th-ranked Skyhawks to only two field goals in the final six minutes en route to a Northeast-10 Conference victory at Merkert Gymnasium.

Senior center Lauren Revesz scored 26 points and grabbed 10 rebounds for the 12-9, 17-9 Golden Knights. Senior guard Dana Brown chipped in with 16 points, five rebounds and four assists. Junior guard Megan Methven scored 19 points for 14-7, 19-7 Stonehill.

SAINT ROSE

Revesz 10-6-26, Brown 6-2-16, Buckley 5-0-12, Anderson 4-1-9, Rath 3-0-8. Totals: 28-60 9-11 71.

STONEHILL

Methven 6-2-19, McWhirter 4-5-15, Tighe 6-3-15, Rousseau 3-0-7, Smith 3-0-6, Williams 3-0-6. Totals: 25-60 10-13 68.

Halftime: Stonehill 34-33. Three-point goals: Rath 2, Buckley 2, Brown 2, Methven 5, McWhirter 2, Rousseau.

SKIDMORE 69, WILLIAM SMITH 67

SARATOGA SPRINGS —Senior Kellye Caufield connected on two free throws with 0.2 seconds left to lift the Thoroughbreds over the Herons at the Sports and Recreation Center.

The win qualified Skidmore (8-6 Liberty League, 11-14 overall) for it first Liberty League tournament appearance. The Thoroughbreds face No. 1 seed Union Friday.

Caufield finished with 13 points. Sharlyn Harper added 19 points for Skidmore. Erin Cunningham scored 18 points, and Kristen Kush added 16 for the 7-7, 13-12 Herons.

WILIAM SMITH

Cunningham 7-1-18, Kush 8-0-16, Coney 5-4-14, Barber 3-1-7, Myers 2-0-6, Hooper 2-0-4, Tarantino 1-0-2. Totals: 28-68 6-16 67.

SKIDMORE

Harper 7-2-19, Caufield 2-9-13, Gaugler 3-2-10, Leonard 3-2-9, Brown 2-1-5, Kinsey 2-0-5, Kemp 1-2-4, Alison-Konteh 1-0-2, Michel 1-0-2. Totals: 22-57 18-26 69.

Halftime: Skidmore 34-24. Three-point goals: Cunningham 3, Myers 2, Harper 3, Gaugler 2, Leonard, Kinsey.

ST. LAWRENCE 79, RPI 72 (OT)

CANTON —Senior Katie Palmer helped celebrate the Saints’ “Senior Day” with 28 points as St. Lawrence clipped the Red Hawks at Burkman Gymnasium.

Lauren Sischo (13), Casey Capello (11) and Jenna Krzemien (10) also scored in double digits for the 10-4, 17-7 Saints.

RPI (10-4, 18-6) was paced by Whitney Coleman with 23 points. Kerry Hayes and Sarah Witmore added 16 and 15 points, respectively, for RPI.

RPI

Coleman 10-3-23, Barker 3-4-10, Wetmore 5-5-15, Charest 1-6-8, K. Hayes 6-1-16. Totals: 25-63 19-23 72.

ST. LAWRENCE

Sischo 5-0-13, Stanton 3-0-6, Parham 2-4-8, Krzemien 3-4-10, Palmer 7-13-28, Edgerton 1-1-3, Capello 3-4-11. Totals: 24-66 26-32 79.

Halftime: St. Lawrence 39-29. Three-point goals: Hayes 3, Sischo 3, Palmer, Capello.

KEUKA 48, SUNY-COBLESKILL 41

KEUKA PARK — Courtney Lincoln scored 11 points, and Angela Viggiani and Nadia Madmoune each grabbed 10 rebounds to propel the Storm over the Fighting Tigers.

Chelcy Moore scored nine points and grabbed 10 rebounds for 17-6 SUNY-Cobleskill.

SUNY-COBLESKILL

Armstrong 1-0-2, Thomas 2-1-5, Moore 4-1-9, Daniels 2-0-4, Pierson 4-0-8, Parillo 1-0-2, Britt 1-0-2, Gardner 1-0-2, Byerwalters 1-1-3, Anderson 1-0-2, Lussier 1-0-2. Totals: 19-57 3-10 41.

KEUKA

Lincoln 2-6-11, Thurston 3-2-8, Viggiani 3-4-10, Madmoune 3-0-6, Zahn 0-1-1, Buck 0-2-2, Schrock 2-3-8, Fish 1-0-2. Totals: 14-50 18-25 48.

Halftime: SUNY-Cobleskill 22-21. Three-point goals: Lincoln, Schrock.

ST. JOSEPH’S 71, SAGE COLLEGES 61

PATCHOGUE — Despite 24 points from Liz Donk, the Gators lost their season finale to St. Joseph’s in a Skyline Conference game.

Senior forward Kelley Barnes (Schenectady) scored 12 points and grabbed 12 rebounds for the Gators.

MEN’S BASKETBALL

STONEHILL 80, SAINT ROSE 59

EASTON, Mass. — Stonehill opened the second half with a 19-4 run and went on to beat the Golden Knights at Merkert Gymnasium.

A.J. Rudowitz scored 17 ponits to lead four double-digit scorers for the 15-6, 20-6 Skyhawks.

Saint Rose (9-12, 11-15) was paced by Jermaine Clark with 14 points and Malcolmn Williams with 12.

SAINT ROSE

Clark 5-4-14, Williams 5-2-12, Bromirski 4-0-11, Johnson 4-0-8, Ledbetter 2-1-6, Hanuschak 2-0-4, Wilson 1-0-2, Pelletier 1-0-2. Totals: 24-55 7-9 59.

STONEHILL

Rudowitz 8-1-17, Hall 6-2-14, Kernan 3-2-10, Stallworth 4-2-10, Smith 3-2-9, Scanlon 4-0-9, Stevenovic 2-0-5, Wilkins 2-0-4, Tongo 1-0-2. Totals: 33-63 9-11 80.

Halftime: Stonehill 34-32. Three-point goals: Bromirski 3, Ledbeter, Kernan 2, Smith, Stevanovic, Scanlon.

HOBART 72, SKIDMORE 59

SARATOGA SPRINGS — Matt Pebole scored 15 points to help the Statesmen beat the Thoroughbreds in their final game of the season.

Freshman guard Gerard O’Shea sored 13 points and added five assists, six steals and four rebounds for the 3-11, 8-17 Thoroughbreds.

HOBART

Pebole 6-2-15, Estep 1-8-10, Llewellyn 2-3-8, Salzman 3-0-7, Bruce 3-1-7, Tramontozzi 3-0-6, Burbank 1-2-4, Barlow 0-2-2. Totals: 19-62 18-23 59.

SKIDMORE

O’Shea 5-0-13, Altimar 2-8-12, Shechtman 5-0-12, Langyintuo 3-0-9, Victoria 2-2-8, Cohen-Devries 2-2-6, Clark 2-1-5, Douglas 2-0-4, Malloy 1-0-3. Totals: 24-53 13-20 72.

Halftime: Skidmore 34-21. Three-point goals: Salzmann, Llewellyn, Pebole, Shechtman 2, Malloy.

KEUKA 49, SUNY-COBLESKILL 47

KEUKA PARK — Alex Coleman scored 16 points, and Diamond Booker grabbed 12 rebounds to carry the Storm over the Fighting Tigers.

Justin Stern added 10 points for 11-10 Keuka. SUNY-Cobleskill (7-15) was paced by Taiquan Newkirk with 16 points.

SUNY-COBLESKILL

Lewis 1-0-2, Mitchell 4-0-9, Lucas 2-0-5, Longmore 2-2-6, Newkirk 7-2-16, Linton 2-1-5, Temple-Ressler 1-0-2, Howell 1-0-2. Totals: 20-50 5-12 47.

KEUKA

Coleman 7-15 0-0 16, Stern 3-2-10, Robinson 2-0-5, Herthum 3-0-6, Booker 2-3-7, Durr 2-0-5. Totals: 19-42 5-9 49.

Halftime: Keuka 22-19. Three-point goals: Mitchell, Lucas, Coleman 2, Stern 2, Robinson, Durr.

HAMILTON 56, UNION 47

SCHENECTADY — Patrick Sullivan scored 11 points and grabbed seven rebounds, while Harlee Wood added 10 points and eight rebounds as the Continentals topped the Dutchmen at the Viniar Athletic Center.

Union, led by Joey Lokitis with 18 points, was eliminated from next week’s Liberty League tournament and finishes up at 6-8 in the league and 13-11 overall.

HAMILTON

Wood 4-2-10, Ciriello 2-1-5, Sullivan 2-6-11, Wilson 4-1-9, Simpson 2-2-7, McDowell 3-2-10, Harris 2-0-4. Totals: 19-46 14-24 56.

UNION

Desmarais 2-6-10, Ciresi 2-2-7, Madej 2-0-4, Lokitis 7-2-18, Goldstein 1-2-4, Covucci 1-2-4. Totals: 15-52 14-14 47.

Halftime: Hamilton 32-28. Three-point goals: Sullivan, Simpson, McDowell 2, Ciresi, Lokitis 2.

ST. LAWRENCE 82, RPI 75

CANTON — St. Lawrence clinched the regular-season title and the top seed for next weekend’s Liberty League Tournament by defeating the Red Hawks at Burkman Gym.

Richard Williams led the way for the 12-2, 19-5 Saints with 23 points. RPI (7-7, 13-12) was paced by Eric Anderson with 20 points.

RPI

Rupp 3-0-7, Perner 1-0-3, Philatre 1-3-5, Brion 2-1-5, Simmons 5-3-13, Blakemore 5-4-14, Anderson 7-6-20, Jung 3-0-6, Bull 0-2-2. Totals: 27-63 19-25 75.

ST. LAWRENCE

J. Sharlow 2-3-7, Araya 2-1-6, Wopperer 3-4-11, Vonnak 2-3-7, Williams 9-2-23, Parham 3-6-13, Temgousa 1-2-4, G. Sharlow 4-0-10. Totals: 26-63 21-28 82.

Halftime: St. Lawrence 37-30. Three-point goals: Rupp, Perner, J. Sharlow, Araya, Wopperer, Williams 3, Parham, G. Sharlow 2.

NCCC 89, SCCC 77

PLATTSBURGH — Keon Patterson scored 22 points to lead five players in double digits as North Country defeated the Royals.

SCCC, which finishes the season at 10-19, was led by Jhason Clark with 15, and Anthony Lynch and Darius Buckner with 13 each.

SCCC

Lynch 6-1-13, Orner 4-1-10, Clark 5-4-15, Buckner 5-3-13, Wells 5-0-10, McMillan 3-2-10, Gilmore 3-0-6. Totals: 31-11-77.

NORTH COUNTRY CC

Cowart 4-0-9, Vincent 7-4-19, Patterson 9-1-22, Sparkman 5-1-11, Mungeon 5-3-13, Flowers 5-0-13, Stroop 1-0-2. Totals: 36-9-89.

Halftime: SCCC 35, North Country 35. Three-point goals: Orner, Clark, McMillan 2, Cowart, Vincent, Patterson 3, Flowers 3.

SOFTBALL

LOUISVILLE 12, ALBANY 3

ALBANY 2, SO. FLORIDA 0

TAMPA, Fla. — Leah McIntosh pitched her third straight shutout with a one-hitter over host South Florida to help the Great Danes earn a split of their two games in The Game Tournament.

Earlier in the day, 25th-ranked Louisville pounded the Danes, 12-3.

Michelle Connors drove in one run with a grounder, and Kristine Bill plated the other with a single in the second game. McIntosh struck out nine to pick up her fifth win of the season.

Albany (6-5) scored all three of its runs in the fifth inning against Louisville.

Albany 000 20 —  3  4 1

Louisville 230 52 — 12 12 1

(Game ended due to 8-run rule)

Powell and Smith; Collins and Roth.

South Florida 000 000 0 —0 1 0

Albany 200 000 x — 2 4 1

McIntosh and Smith; Ecks and Olnick.

TRACK

ALBANY MEN WIN

BOSTON — University at Albany’s Jean Juste won the 55-meter hurdles in 7.47 seconds for his third title in a row as the UAlbany men won their fourth straight America East Conference indoor track and field championship at the Boston University Tennis Center.

UAlbany’s women’s team finished second.

The UAlbany men scored 211 points, 73 ahead of Binghamton. UAlbany’s women were 14 points behind champion Boston University.

Nasim Siddeeq won the triple jump in 51-41⁄4, Tyler Fogarty (Shenendehowa) won the 1,000 meters in a school-record 2:24.86, Alie Beauvais won the 500 dash in 1:03.40, and Aaron Lozier (Columbia) won the 800 in 1:52.69.

SAINT ROSE FIFTH

NEW HAVEN, Conn. — The College of Saint Rose finished fifth in the men’s division, and sixth in the women’s division of the Northeast-10 Conference Indoor Track & Field Championships.

Kevin Jackson (Schenectady) and Brad Lewis) finished second in the 55-meter hurdles (7.68) and 3,000 meters (8:59.24), respectively, while freshman Macky Lloyd (Voorheesville) was second in the mile (4:23.56). Freshman Ashley Jackman (Duanesburg) was third in the 1,000 (3:04.02).

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