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Skidmore hands Union women first league soccer loss

Skidmore hands Union women first league soccer loss

Soph­­omore Elena Stansky scored with 68 seconds left in regulation Saturday, giving Skidmore a 1-0

Soph­­omore Elena Stansky scored with 68 seconds left in regulation Saturday, giving Skidmore a 1-0 win over Union in a Libery League women’s soccer game. Stansky has scored in three straight games for the Thoroughbreds, who are 5-0-0 in the league and 11-2-1 overall. Gloversville High graduate Meghan Sleezer posted her seventh shutout for Skidmore. Union fell to 4-1-0, 10-4-0.

Union 0 0   — 0

Skidmore 0 1   — 1

Skidmore scoring: Elena Stansky 1-0, Kelsey Yam 0-1.

Goalkeepers: Union, Abby Stohler, 2 saves. Skidmore, Meghan Sleezer, 4 saves.

Saint Rose 1, So. New Hampshire 0

MANCHESTER, N.H. — Gianna D’Errico scored with less than two minutes to play, giving the unbeaten, No. 2-ranked Golden Knights their 12th straight wins in the Northeast-10 and a school-record 15 in a row overall. Saint Rose held the Penmen to one shot each half, and took 17 corner kicks to SNH’s none.

Saint Rose 0 1 — 1

So. New Hampshire 0 0 — 0

Saint Rose scoring: Gianna D’Errico 1-0, Amanda Deck 0-1.

Goalkeepers: Saint Rose, Susan Cowan, 0 saves. Southern New Hampshire, Stef Young, 9 saves.

SUNY-Purchase 1, Sage 0

PURCHASE — Ashley Panepinto’s second-half penalty kick was the differnece as the Panthers beat the Gators in a Skyline Conference game. Sage is 3-3 league, 6-5-1 overall.

Sage 0 0 — 0

SUNY-Purchase 0 1 — 1

SUNY-Purchase scoring: Ashley Panepinto 1-0.

Goalkeepers: Sage, Brittanty McDonald, 3 saves. SUNY-Purchase, Shea Macagnone, 5 saves.

MEN’S SOCCER

STONY BROOK 1, UALBANY 0

STONY BROOK — Berian Gobeil scored early in the first half to help Stony Brook to an America East win over the Great Danes. The Great Danes fell to 0-3-1 in the AE, 0-10-3 overall.

UAlbany 0 0 — 0

Stony Brook 1 0 — 1

Stony Brook scoring: Berian Gobeil 1-0, Collin Geoghegan 0-1.

Goalkeepers: UAlbany, Adrian Foncette, 6 saves. Stony Brook, Anthony Rogic, 3 saves.

Union 2, Old Westbury 1 (ot)

OLD WESTBURY — Senior Jack Scott’s overtime goal gave the Dutchmen a non-conference win. Ryan Banagan.assisted on the goal in the 99th minute. Brendan Steiner had the other goal for Union, which outshot its host, 28-8.

Union 0 1 0 1 — 2

Old Westbury 1 0 0  0  — 1

Union scoring: Jack Scott 1-0, Brendan Steiner 1-0, Ryan Banagan 0-1, Kevin Giron 0-1. Old Westbury scoring: Victort Farfan 1-0, Scott Maddocks 0-1.

Goalkeepers: Union, Mike Szczesniak, 6 saves, Old Westbury, William Montenegro, 5 saves.

So. New Hampshire 4, Saint Rose 1

ALBANY — The defending Northeast-10 champions broke open the game with three goals late in the first half. Justlin Little converted a penalty kick for the 1-9-1, 2-12-1 Golden Knights.

So. New Hampshire 3 1 — 4

Saint Rose 1 0 — 1

Southern New Hampshire scoring: Kevin Woods 1-1, Michael Adam 2-0, Daniel Hernandez 1-1. Saint Rose scoring: Justin Little 1-0.

Goalkeepers: Southern New Hampshire, Joey Kapinos, 1 save. Saint Rose, Patrik Ohlsson, 3 saves.

Skidmore 3, New Paltz 1

NEW PALTZ — Doug Yeates had a goal and assist as the Thoroughbreds improved to 5-7-0.

Skidmore 2 1 — 3

New Paltz 0 1 — 1

Skidmore scoring: Doug Yeates 1-1, Aaron Krepack 1-1, Tim Leuders-Dumont 1-0, Ike Okpoebo 0-1, Pat Wildes 0-1. New Paltz scoring: James Altadonna 1-0.

Goalkeepers: Skidmore, Nick Peterson, 8 saves. New Paltz, Peter Carmel, 7 saves.

FIELD HOCKEY

UAlbany 2, Vermont 0

ALBANY — Christina Patrick and Alysia Hough both scored a goal to lead the 18th-ranked Great Danes to an America East win. UAlbany (3-0 AE, 10-3 overall) owned a 15-7 edge in shots.

Vermont 0 0 — 0

UAlbany 1 1 — 2

UAlbany scoring: Christina Patrick 1-0, Alysia Hough 1-0, Tegan Brown 0-1.

Goalkeepers: Vermont, Kristen Heavens, 8 saves. UAlbany, Christine Hoffman, 1 save; Kristi Troch, 2 saves.

RPI 4, SUNY-MORRISVILLE 1

TROY — Sandy Turnbull scored a pair of goals to help coach Bridget LaNoir tie the school record with her 70th win.

SUNY-Morrisville 0 1 — 1

RPI 3 2 — 5

SUNY-Morrisville scoring: Lauren Bordonaro 1-0, Brandy Tebo 0-1. RPI scoring: Sandy Turnbull 2-0, Jessica Corrigan 1-0, Julie Campbell 1-0, Molly Johnston 1-0, Hannah Kaplan 0-1, Saine Feldman 0-1, Megan McNamara 0-1, Alissa Peterson 0-1, Joanna Aliprado 0-1.

Goalkeepers: SUNY-Morrisville, Kelsey Pellegrino, 3 saves; Stephanie Smith, 7 saves. RPI, Briana Earle, 3 saves.

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