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Stonehill ousts Saint Rose women

Capitalizing on the absence of Saint Rose leading scorer and rebounder Lauren Revesz, Stonehill aven

Capitalizing on the absence of Saint Rose leading scorer and rebounder Lauren Revesz, Stonehill avenged three losses earlier in the season with a 62-58 victory over the Golden Knights in the opening round of the NCAA Division II Women’s Basketball Tournament Friday at Holy Family University.

Stonehill scored the final five points of the game to surge past the Golden Knights (20-11).

Revesz missed her fifth straight game became because of back spasms. Dana Brown and Ashley Anderson topped Saint Rose with 17 and 16 points, respectively. Kelsey Smonds led 21-8 Stonehill with 19 points.

SAINT ROSE

Brown 6-2-17, Anderson 6-4-16, Timbrouck 3-0-7, Buckley 3-0-6, Voelkel 2-2-6, Gaeta 1-0-3, Sormaz 0-2-2, Johnson 0-1-1. Totals: 21-60 11-15 58.

STONEHILL

Simonds 8-3-19, Tighe 4-4-13, Rousseau 5-0-12, Pintal 2-2-6, McWhirter 1-3-6, Methven 1--2-5, Smith 0-1-1. Totals: 21-51 15-20 62.

Halftime: Stonehill 35-32. Three-point goals: Brown 3, Timbrouck, Gaeta, Rousseau 2, McWhirter, Tighe, Methven.

MEN’S BASKETBALL

RICHLAND 57, HVCC 57

DELHI — Deionta Mitchell hit a jumper with five seconds left to propel Richland over the Vikings in the NJCAA Division III Tourn­ament semifinals at SUNY-Delhi.

HVCC (32-3) was paced by Dalton Austin-Michaud with 18 points and seven rebounds. Richland advances to tonight’s championship game against Minneapolis Com­munity & Technical College.

RICHLAND

Kennedy 0-1-1, Simmons 0-2-2, Mitchell 3-2-10, Mullins 1-1-3, Thompson 6-0-13, Elonu 3-2-8, Bishop 4-1-10, Turner 2-0-5, Cole 3-1-7. Totals: 22-58 10-20 59.

HVCC

Alexander 3-0-6, Bishop 2-5-10, D. Austin-Michaud 6-6-18, Couball 1-0-3, harte 2-0-4, Lanoue 1-0-2, Barnes 4-2-10, I. Austin-Michaud 2-0-4. Totals: 21-52 13-20 57.

Halftime: Richland 27-24. Three-point goals: Bishop, Couball, Micehtll 2, Thompson, Bishop, Turner.

BASEBALL

RPI 16, SALVE REGINA 5

WINTER HAVEN, Fla. — Junior Camden Mamigonian went 4-for-5 with five RBI to pace the Red Hawks over Salve Regina.

Mamigonian drilled a three-run homer in the fourth inning. Junior Patrick Reardon (LaSalle) also hit a three-run homer for RPI (3-4), while senior centerfielder Sean Wilkes (Catholic Central) added three hits and a run scored.

RPI 101 331 502 — 16 19 1

Salve Regina 010 003 100 —  5 10 1

Opperman, Lockwood-Menard (6), Biederman (7), Cieszko (9) and Reardon; Quinn, Outhouse (5), Moreau (7), Galliher (7), Liggeett (8) and Miller, Tapley (8).

ST. JOHN’S 8, ALBANY 6

QUEENS — Third baseman Greg Hopkins hit a three-run homer in the seventh inning to break open the game as the Red Storm defeated the Great Danes at Jack Kaiser Stad­ium.

Kyle Crean and Dave West had RBI singles for the 1-8 Great Danes.

Albany 012 000 003 — 6 9 4

St. John’s 100 101 32x — 8 9 2

Willimott, Gregory (6), White (8) and Gugel; Luisi, Cenatiempo (5), Kilpatarick (6), Valcarcel (8) and Benedetti.

WEST VIRGINIA 7, SIENA 1

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Austin Markel drilled a three-run homer in the eighth inning to help the Mountaineers rip the Saints at Hawley Field.

Markel went 3-for-5 with four RBI to lead the 9-4 Mountaineers. Siena (1-12) got two hits from Jason DeFillippo.

Siena 000 100 000 — 1  4 0

W. Virginia 000 021 13x — 7 14 0

Chaput, Curson (8) and DerHagopian; Summers, Broadwater (9) and Streich.

CLARKSON 12-4, SUNY-COBLESKILL 1-3

WINTER HAVEN, Fla. — A six-run fifth inning in the first game and a run in extra innings in the second game helped Clarkson open the season with a double-header sweep of the Fighting Tigers.

Matt Curry drove in three runs, and Austin Pitkin had three hits and two RBI in the first game for Clarkson. Curry also doubled in the winning run in the ninth for the Knights.

Matt Whelehan had two hits in the opener and added three hits in the second game for the Fighting Tigers.

SUNY-Cobleskill 001 000 0 —  1 7 3

Clarkson 020 262 x — 12 9 0

Pyszynski, Frost (5) and Bedient; Bittner, Yells (6) and Coleman.

Clarkson 000 102 001 — 4 5 3

SUNY-Cobleskill 010 001 100 — 5 9 2

Goerold, McInerney (7) and DiSanza; Cramer, Newbauer (6), Capitummino (8) and Bedient.

SAINT ROSE 8-6, STA 2-2

LANTANA, Fla. — Michael Carbone went 3-for-5 with a pair of doubles, and Ryan Price went 2-for-4 to back the 11-strikeout pitching performance of Jeremiah St. Louis in the first game, and the Golden Knights went on to sweep St. Thomas Aquinas.

Brendan Malkowski (Guilderland) also struck out 11 in the second game for the 4-9 Knights.

St. Thomas 000 000 110 — 2  5 3

St. Rose 201 104 01x — 8 13 3

LaMarr, Frawley (9) anad Guistino, Wargo (7); St. Louois, Dowen (8) and Cole.

St. Thomas 000 202 2 — 6 6 4

Saint Rose 020 000 0 — 2 6 1

Malkowski and Marshall; Fochesato, Matkovich (7) and Mulder.

SKIDMORE 16-12, COLBY-SAWYER 12-6

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Skidmore swept a double-header from Colby-Sawyer and evened its record at 5-5 with its fifth straight win.

SOFTBALL

RPI 13, FITCHBURG STATE 4

RPI 14, ST. JOSEPH’S 1

FORT MYERS, Fla. —The 8-2 Red Hawks closed out their spring trip with a pair wins.

In the first game against Fitchburg, Becky Bailey had a double and two singles, while Jessica Sitzer added two hits and three RBI. Kelly Erket drove in three runs for the Red Hawks.

In the second game against St. Joseph’s, Senior pitcher Sara Finkbeiner allowed just one run and also added three hits and two RBI. Sitzer had three hits and four RBI, and Bailey was 2-for-3. Sara Heller (Guilderland) had three hits and scored twice.

Fitchburg 130 000 —  4  7 0

RPI 670 00x —13 14 0

Cousan and Quin; Street, Bua (2) and Bass.

St. Joseph’s 000 10 —  1  4 2

RPI 326 3x — 14 15 1

Khona, Claus (4) and Labee; Finkbeiner and Bass.

TIFFIN 9, CSR 0

FAYETTEVILLE 9, CSR 1

KISSIMMEE, Fla. — The Golden Knights were swept on the final day of the Rebel Spring Games.

Lexie Pinkleman tossed a three-hit shutout for Tiffin in the opener, and Fayetteville scored seven runs in the first inning of the second game.

Cara Piccarretto doubled in the first game, and Megan Rios added an RBI single in the second game for the 4-6 Golden Knights.

Tiffin 103 50 — 9 8 0

Saint Rose 000 00 — 0 3 4

Pinkleman and Talmage; Welch, Galuski (4) and Morano.

Saint Rose 010 00 — 1 6 4

Fayetteville 701 01 — 9 8 0

Traylor and Morano; Britt and Boucher.

WOMEN’S LACROSSE

DELAWARE 10, ALBANY 8

NEWARK, Del. — Corinne Drost and Debbie Sloan each scored three goals as the Blue Hens defeated the Great Danes at Rullo Stadium.

Christine Grueniger scored three times, and Kayla Best and Mel Rorie added two goals apiece for 1-5 Albany. Delaware improved to 1-3.

Albany 3 5 —  8

Delaware 7 3 — 10

Albany scoring: Christine Grueniger 3-0, Kayla Best 2-0, Mel Rorie 2-0, Julie Bush 1-0. Delaware scoring: Debbie Sloan 3-0, Corinne Drost 3-0, Emily Schaknowski 1-1, Ali Libertini 1-1, Alexis Curcio 1-0, Courtney Aburn 1-0, Morgan Mariano 0-1, Amanda Gill 0-1.

Goalies: Albany, Katie Neer, 7 saves. Delaware, Jessica Cerveny, 5 saves.

RPI 17, URSINUS 15

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — Junior midfielder Sam Fennessey scored a pair of key second-half goals to lift the Red Hawks over Ursinus.

Emily Donowick had four goals, and Fennessey finished with three for 3-0 RPI. The Bears (1-2) were paced by Lisa Clark and Alyssa Thren with three goals apiece.

Ursinus 11 4 — 15

RPI 11 6 — 17

Ursinus scoring: Lisa Clark 3-1, Alyssa Thren 3-1, Elizabeth Cannon 2-2, Allison Furman 2-0, Kim Peifer 1-2, Sarah Brant 1-1, Lindsay Urbna 1-0, Jenna Werley 1-0. RPI scoring: Emily Donowick 4-0, Sam Fennessey 3-0, Stephanie Caouette 2-1, Whitney Kukol 2-1, Kerri Clark 2-1, Emma Albert 1-0, Afton Marshall 1-0, Tracy Breslin 1-0, Kathy Rogers 1-0.

Goalies: Ursinus, Alex McBride, 11 saves. RPI, Ariana Hood, 11 saves.

TRACK

SCHOEN SIXTH

COLLEGE STATION, Texas — University at Albany’s Luke Schoen finished sixth in the men’s pole vault at the NCAA Indoor Track & Field Championships at Texas A&M’s Gilliam Indoor Track Stadium.

The America East champion cleared 17 feet, 61⁄2 inches on his third attempt and becomes the second Great Dane to earn indoor All-America recognition. Gered Burns placed fifth in the 800 meters at the 2006 national championship.

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