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Area Colleges: Zellweger leads Dutchwomen to victory

Area Colleges: Zellweger leads Dutchwomen to victory

Union’s Isabel Zellweger scored twice to lead the field hockey team to a 4-1 non-league win over SUN

Union’s Isabel Zellweger scored twice to lead the field hockey team to a 4-1 non-league win over SUNY-New Paltz on Wednesday.

Union (9-7) also got goals from Kelsey Powers and Tyler Willey, with Powers chipping in an assist, as well. Freshman goalkeeper Mary McCune made her first career start and made seven saves.

Stacey Miller scored for 9-8 SUNY-New Paltz, assisted by Lauren Nicomini, and Elizabeth Dini made five saves.

SUNY-New Paltz 0 1 — 1

Union 3 1 — 4

SUNY-New Paltz scoring: Stacey Miller 1-0, Lauren Nicomini 0-1. Union scoring: Isabel Zellweger 2-0, Kelsey Powers 1-1, Tyler Willey 1-0.

Goalkeepers: SUNY-New Paltz, Elizabeth Dini, 5 saves. Union, Mary McCune, 7 saves.

Skidmore 7, Hartwick 0

SARATOGA SPRINGS — Christine Kemp scored four goals and assisted on another for No. 7 Skidmore (15-1).

Skidmore trotted out three different goalkeepers, but only Allie Sosinsky was called on to stop a shot by the 4-12 Hawks.

Hartwick 0 0 — 0

Skidmore 3 4 — 7

Skidmore scoring: Christine Kemp 4-1, Katie Potter 1-0, Brittany O’Brien 1-0, Lauren Tobias 1-0, Claire Superak 0-1, Hilary Cranston 0-1.

Goalkeepers: Hartwick, Mackenzie Chapman, 10 saves; Megan Campbell, 3 saves. Skidmore, Liz Catinella, 0 saves; Margauz Hoagland, 0 saves; Allie Sosinsky, 1 save.

Castleton State 3, RPI 1

TROY — Rachel Preusser scored twice to lead Castleton State to the non-league win, tallying once in each half.

Kierstan Ryan evened the score, 1-1, for the 4-12 Engineers in the 40th minute on a pass from Jessica Corrigan. Goalie Briana Earle made 13 saves in the loss.

The 11-6 Spartans also got a goal and an assist from Stephanie Paproski.

Castleton State 1 2 — 3

RPI 0 1 — 1

Castleton State scoring: Rachel Preusser 2-0, Stephanie Paproski 1-1, Courtney Nolan 0-1, Flore 0-1. RPI scoring: Kierstan Ryan 1-0, Jessica Corrigan 0-1.

Goalkeepers: Castleton State, Siobhan Whittemore, 6 saves. RPI, Briana Earle, 13 saves.

Women’s soccer

Saint Rose 4, So. Connecticut St. 0

ALBANY — The Saint Rose women, ranked No. 1 in Division II, finished the season undefeated at 15-0-0 in the Northeast-10 and 18-0-0 overall.

In the first half, Brittany Godin and Aoife Herbert scored within 3:04 of each other for a 2-0 lead. Christina Cuffari and Kelly Guerin scored in the second half. Herbert and Guerin scored their first goals of the season, while Godin tallied her sixth and Cuffari her eighth.

Deanna Esposito made two first-half saves for the shutout. Southern Connecticut State (6-6-3, 8-6-3) got eight saves from Olivia Heffernan and two from Katie DiDio.

So. Connecticut St. 0 0 — 0

Saint Rose 2 2 — 4

Saint Rose scoring: Christina Cuffari 1-0, Brittany Godin 1-0, Kelly Guerin 1-0, Aoife Herbert 1-0, Sydney Bond 0-2, Nicole D’Errico 0-1, Carmelina Puopolo 0-1.

Goalkeepers: So. Connecticut St., Olivia Heffernan, 8 saves; Katie DiDio, 2 saves. Saint Rose, Deanna Esposito, 2 saves.

Union 4, Utica 0

UTICA — Schalmont grad Jessica Strang had two goals and an assist to lead Union to the win. Melissa Mansfield added a goal and an assist.

Abby Stohler and Mia Simone split net duties for the shutout, both making one save for the 13-4-0 Dutchwomen.

Union 2 2 — 4

Utica 0 0 — 0

Union scoring: Jessica Strang 2-1, Melissa Mansfield 1-1, Caroline Gorka 1-0, Pearl Jurist-Schoen.

Goalkeepers: Union, Abby Stohler, 1 save; Mia Simone, 1 save. Utica, Jocelyn Rivera, 4 saves.

Hartwick 1, RPI 0

ONEONTA — Julie Kessler scored on an assist from Briana Crow (Scotia-Glenville) for the lone goal of the game.

The 4-10-2 Engineers got two saves from Stephanie Vargas and one from Deanna Amoia. Alyssa Rondo made eight saves for 6-8-2 Hartwick.

RPI 0 0 — 0

Hartwick 1 0 — 1

Hartwick scoring: Julie Kessler 1-0, Briana Crow 0-1.

Goalkeepers: RPI, Stephanie Vargas, 2 saves; Deanna Amoia, 1 save. Hartwick, Alyssa Rondo, 8 saves.


ADAMS, Mass. — Danielle Parenteau twice set up goals by Jess Tietgens to help MCLA improve to 10-2-4.

Sage goalkeeper Brittany McDonald (Schalmont) made seven saves in the loss.

Sage 0 0 — 0

MCLA 1 2 — 3

MCLA scoring: Jess Tietgens 2-0, Lindsay Borbolla 1-0, Danielle Parenteau 0-2.

Goalkeepers: Sage, Brittany McDonald, 7 saves. MCLA, Jen Wehner, 2 saves; Kate Tsapatsaris, 3 saves.

Men’s soccer

RPI 0, SUNY-New Paltz 0 (2OT)

TROY — Alex Penny made five saves for RPI as the 8-4-4 Engineers played to a scoreless draw with SUNY-New Paltz.

The 8-9-1 Hawks got three saves from Conor Power, one in the final couple minutes of the second overtime, to preserve the draw.

SUNY-New Paltz 0 0 0 0 — 0

RPI 0 0 0 0 — 0

Goalkeepers: SUNY-New Paltz, Conor Power, 3 saves. RPI, Alex Penny, 5 saves.

New Hampshire 1, UAlbany 0

DURHAM, N.H. — Steven Palumbo sent the ball to the top right corner of the net 1:19 into overtime to lift New Hampshire to the win.

New Hampshire (2-2-2, 7-3-5) has allowed just eight goals all season. Goalie Colin O’Donnell made five saves. UAlbany (1-4-1, 5-9-1) got three saves from Scott Kessler.

UAlbany 0 0 0 — 0

New Hampshire 0 0 1 — 1

New Hampshire scoring: Steven Palumbo 1-0, Charlie Roche 0-1.

Goalkeepers: UAlbany, Scott Kessler, 3 saves. New Hampshire, Colin O’Donnell, 5 saves.

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