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Free throws key in RPI win

Free throws key in RPI win

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute made 17 of 25 shots from the free throw line, including several key

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute made 17 of 25 shots from the free throw line, including several key shots down the stretch, en route to a 59-53 Liberty League victory over Clarkson Friday night at East Campus Arena.

Ricky Philatre led the 4-4, 12-6 Engineers with 11 points and five rebounds. Twelve players scratched the scoring column for RPI.

Clarkson (4-5, 10-9) was paced by Elson Pickering with 11 points and Jonathan Hood with 10 points and 11 rebounds.

RPI hosts St. Lawrence today at 4.

CLARKSON

Linton 1-3-5, Llanos 2-0-5, Murray 3-3-9, Hood 3-4-10, Pickering 5-1-11, Barron 1-0-3, Jefferson 2-0-6, Koduah 2-0-5. Totals: 19-55 11-17 53.

RPI

Blakemore 1-2-4, colon 1-0-2, Bull 2-4-8, Philatre 4-3-11, Brion 1-1-3, Zajac 1-0-2, Rupp 3-0-6, Anderson 2-1-5, Hammond 2-1-5, Pooley 1-0-2, Jones 1-0-2, Martin 2-5-9. Totals: 21-48 17-25 59.

Halftime: RPI 28-24. Three-point goals: Llanos, Barron, Jefferson 2.

HOBART 97, UNION 47

GENEVA — Mark Bruce scored 16 points, and Matt Pebole finished with 14 points and six rebounds as Hobart crushed the Dutchmen in a Liberty League game at Bristol Gym.

Hobart evened its record at 4-4 in the league (11-8 overall). Union slipped to 5-4 and 9-10.

Joey Lokitis scored 13 points for the Duchmen.

Union travels to Hamilton today at 4.

UNION

Covucci 1-0-2, Donohue 2-4-8 Lokitis 5-0-13, Goldstein 4-0-8, Tessler 2-0-5, Petrone 1-1-3, Croll 1-0-2, Haines 0-1-1, Rogers 2-0-4, Dzanko 0-1-1. Totals: 18-53 7-11 47.

HOBART

Pebole 7 -0-14, Salzmann 1-0-3, Thompson 3-3-9, Llewllyn 4-0-12, Bruce 6-2-16, Burbank 2-1-6, Davis 2-0-5, Stern 1-0-3, Barlow 3-0-9, McHugh 1-0-3, Kalendarian 4-0-8, Young 1-0-2, Peer 2-0-4, Bertucci 1-1-3. Totals: 38-84 7-10 97.

Halftime: Hobart 55-15. Three-point goals: Lokitis 3, Tessler, Salzmann, Llewellyn 4, Bruce 2, Burbank, Davis, Stern, Barlow 3, McHugh.

HAMILTON 64, SKIDMORE 45

CLINTON — Pat Sullivan netted 21 points and grabbed nine rebounds to help the Continentals pound the Thoroughbreds at Scott Field House.

Russ Rosenband added 10 points for the 4-4, 8-10 Continentals, who shot 57.9 percent from the floor.

Skidmore (6-3, 13-7) was paced by Jeff Altimar with 16 points and seven rebounds.

Skidmore travels to Hobart today at 4.

SKIDMORE

Victoria 1-0-3, O’Shea 1-1-3, Altimar 4-5-16, clark 3-2-8, Douglas 1-2-5, Lowry 3-1-7, Mantas 0-2-2, Oloa 0-1-1. Toatls: 13-54 14-24 45.

HAMILTON

Simpson 1-5-7, McDowell 3-1-8, Sullivan 8-3-21, Click 2-2-6, Harris 2-2-6, Manns 1-0-2, Rosenband 3-2-10, Ciriello 1-0-2, Shaw 1-0-2. Totals: 22-38 15-20 64.

Halftime: Hamilton 31-21. Three-point goals: Victoria, Altimar 3, Doulgas, McDowell, Sullivan 2, Rosenband 2.

Women

RPI 73, CLARKSON 65

TROY — Whitney Coleman fired in 23 points and grabbed nine rebounds to propel the Engineers over the Golden Knights at the East Campus Arena.

Allison Connor chipped in with 14 points and eight rebounds for RPI, 7-1 in Liberty League play and 12-7 overall. Clarkson (1-8, 4-15) was paced by Corey Turner with 23 points and Lauren Pluchino with 15.

CLARKSON

Noles 2-0-4, Miller 1-0-2, Turner 6-10-23, Pluchino 4-6-15, Reddinger 5-0-10, Carella 3-0-9, Scanlon 0-2-2. Totals: 21-44 18-22 65.

RPI

Coleman 7-6-23, Hayes 1-0-2, Orrell 4-0-9, Connor 5-0-14, Brophy 2-2-6, Hansan 2-0-4, McKinley 3-1-7, Monroe 4-0-8. Totals: 28-75 9-19 73.

Halftime: Clarkson 34-28. Three-point goals: Turner, Pluchino, Carella 3, Coleman 3, Orrell, Connor 4.

SKIDMORE 67, HAMILTON 55

CLINTON — Christine Gargiso scored 18 points off the bench on 7-for-9 shooting to lift the Thoroughbreds over the Continentals in a Liberty League game.

Sharlyn Harper had 19 points, and Dana Leonard grabbed 11 rebounds for the 8-1, 16-3 Thoroughbreds.

Alex Sowinski scored 17 for 4-4, 11-7 Hamilton.

SKIDMORE

Gaugler 3-0-6, Harper 6-2-19, Kinsey 1-0-2, Leonard 1-4-6, Kemp 2-4-9, Felton 0-5-5, Gargiso 7-1-18, Williams 1-0-2. Totals: 21-54 16-25 67.

HAMILTON

Asimovic 2-5-9, Sowinski 6-0-17, Howe 3-2-8, Olszewski 2-0-4, Goidell 2-0-4, Sanders 4-2-12, Schafer 0-1-1. Totals: 19-53 10-19 55.

Halftime: Skidmore 28-19. Three-point goals: Harper 5, Kemp, Gargiso 3, Sowinski 5, Sanders 2.

WILLIAM SMITH 60, UNION 53

GENEVA — Kristen Kush scored 14 points, and Molly Danahy added 13 as Willim Smith stopped the Dutchwomen at Bristol Gym.

Ashlinn Barber contributed 12 points and nine rebounds for the 2-6, 6-12 Herons.

Union (4-5, 6-13) was led by Lauren McCormick’s 15 points, Megan Clark’s 12 points and eight rebounds and Rachel Titcomb’s 13 rebounds.

UNION

McCormick 6-3-15, clark 4-3-12, Titcomb 3-0-6, Pepe 0-2-2, Hagle 1-3-6, Beaulac 3-2-10, LindenDarrow 1-0-2. Totals: 18-60 13-19 53.

WILLIAM SMITH

Salvatore 2-0-4, Kush 6-2-14, Danahy 4-4-13, Tracy 1-0-2, Hooper 1-2-5, Rubin 1-1-3, O’Brien 1-1-3, Lukas 2-0-4, Barber 3-6-12. Totals: 21-59 16-24 60.

Halftime: Union 30-20. Three-point goals: Clark, Hage, Beaulac 2, Danahy, Hooper.

MCLA 87, SAGE 81

NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Jen Wehner scored 22 points and snared 14 rebounds to propel Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts over the Gators.

Molly roda added 21 points, and Jade Prickett contributed 12 points and nine rebounds for 13-7 MCLA.

Sage (8-12) was paced by Eliz­abeth Donk and Carlin DeMartinis with 26 points each. Jessica Byerwalters produced 11 points and 10 reobunds.

SAGE

Byerwalters 4-3-11, Donk 11-2-26, Hackeett 2-0-4, Frament 2-3-7, DeMarinis 9-1-26, Vallee 1-0-3, Muir 2-0-4. Totals: 31-70 9-15 81.

MCLA

Trmblay 2-2-6, Prickett 3-6-12, Perks 1-2-4, Wehner 9-4-22, Broda 8-2-21, Dobrovic 4-1-9, Leveille 2-0-5, Burke 1-2-4, Silverman 1-2-4. Totals: 31-63 21-27 87.

Halftime: MCLA 37-34. Three-point goals: Donk 2, DeMarinis 7, Vallee, Broda 3, Leveille.

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