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Top seed ends Sage’s season

Top seed ends Sage’s season

The top seed in the men’s basketball ECAC Upstate Tournament, Hobart ended Sage’s second varsity sea

The top seed in the men’s basketball ECAC Upstate Tournament, Hobart ended Sage’s second varsity season, 94-81, in the semifinals on Saturday.

Sage hit just one of 13 three-pointers and was 8-for-19 at the free throw line.

The 13-13 Gators got a double-double out of Dalton Austin-Michaud (Ichabod Crane) with 26 points and 12 rebounds. Derick Faragon (Schenectady) added 16 points, Jeff Stopera (Scotia-Glenville) had 14 and Matt Farbotko finished with 13.

Hobart (20-7) was led by Tim Llewellyn with 20 points, while Richie Bonney had 13 points and 14 rebounds.

SAGE

Farbotko 6-1-13, Faragon 8-0-16, Austin-Michaud 11-3-26, Stopera 7-0-14, Lanoue 1-2-4, Garland 3-0-6, Sager 0-2-2. Totals: 36-8-81.

HOBART

Pebole 4-0-8, Salzmann 1-2-4, Thompson 5-2-15, Llewellyn 7-0-20, Bruce 5-6-16, Davis 1-0-2, Stern 1-0-3, Short 1-0-2, Bonney 4-4-13, Kalenderian 3-1-7, Peer 1-2-4. Totals: 33-17-94.

Halftime: Hobart, 41-38. Three-point goals: Austin-Michaud, Thompson 3, Llewellyn 6, Stern, Bonney.

Indoor Track & Field

De Jesus wins title

BOSTON — Wilfredo de Jesus of the University at Albany won the weight throw with a school-record toss of 65 feet, 6.25 inches on his sixth and final throw of the day at the IC4A Indoor Track & Field Championships. He owned the previous record of 65-6.

For the women, Yushanni Durrant was third in the long jump (19-2) with the second-longest jump in school history.

Windley wins 400

NEW YORK — SUNY-Cobleskill’s Shaquell Windley won the 400-meter dash in a program-record 49.11 at the ECAC Division-III Championships.

Bowling

HVCC second

BUFFALO — The Hudson Valley Community College men’s and women’s bowling teams both finished second at the National Junior College Bowling Championships, the men second to Erie C.C., and the women to Mohawk Valley C.C.

For the women, Megan Mormino and Nicole Sheldon won the national doubles title with a score of 1,166. Rebecca Duncan was third in the singles competition with a 586. The men’s team saw John Pulver and Bill Pulver win the national doubles title with a 1,299.

Mormino won the women’s all-event title with an average of 194 and Duncan was fourth at 184. Nicole Sheldon (182, seventh) and the men’s Ryan Sickler (214, third) joined Mormino and Duncan on the All-America team.

Women’s lacrosse

UAlbany 13, Hofstra 8

ALBANY — Ariana Parker scored a career-high seven goals to lead the University at Albany past 20th-ranked Hofstra.

The 3-0 Great Danes also got a pair of goals from Taylor Frink. They came back from an early 4-2 deficit to lead, 8-5, at the half. Jackie Ardolino scored a hat trick for 2-2 Hofstra and Jill Maier had two goals.

Hofstra 5 3— 8

UAlbany 8 5—13

Hofstra scoring: Ardolino 3-0, Maier 2-1, McKinnon 1-0, Miller 1-0, Trombley 1-0, Brady 0-1. UAlbany scoring: Parker 7-0, Frink 2-1, Branchini 1-1, Primomo 1-0, Battaglia 1-0, Pollock 1-0, Lennon 0-1.

Goalies: Hofstra, Pandolf, 11 saves. UAlbany, Berman, 4 saves.

Union 10, Utica 4

UTICA — Union’s women’s lacrosse team scored seven of the game’s final eight goals in a season-opening win over Utica College.

The 11th-ranked Dutchwomen were led by Melissa Hine with three goals and three assists. Her third goal broke a 3-3 tie with 22:18 left in the game. Kristin Joyce added three goals and Heather Fraser had two for Union.

Union 3 7—10

Utica 1 3— 4

Union scoring: Hine 3-3, Joyce 3-0, Fraser 2-0, Charette 1-1, Stohler 1-0, Dianni 0-1. Utica scoring: Kohanski 2-1, Banker 2-0.

Goalies: Union, Deeb, 2 saves. Utica, Barbay, 8 saves.

Skidmore 12, Mount Holyoke 3

SARATOGA SPRINGS — Lindsay Stavola was part of nine goals, scoring five and assisting on four for Skidmore in its season-opener.

Lauren Madden added three goals for the Thoroughbreds.

Mount Holyoke 2 1— 3

Skidmore 9 3—12

Mount Holyoke scoring: Crean 1-1, Randolph 1-0, Kanno 1-0. Skidmore scoring: Stavola 5-4, Madden 3-0, Segalas 1-0, Melville 1-0, McCarthy 1-0, Fetterolf 1-0, Weill 0-2, Evans 0-1.

Goalies: Mount Holyoke, Theophilos, 1 save; Saale, 4 saves. Skidmore, Klein, 5 saves; Keeler, 2 saves.

Siena 16, Long Island 9

LOUDONVILLE — Kristin McMillan and Deirdre McQuillan both recorded four goals and an assist, apiece, for Siena (2-2).

Caitlin Mikel and Maggie Deloria added a pair of goals apiece for the Saints.

Long Island (0-2) was led by Annie Kalata with four goals.

Long Island  1 8— 9

Siena 10 6—16

Long Island scoring: Kalata 4-0, Smith 2-0, Kovar 1-1, LaNoir 1-0, Schauder 1-0. Siena scoring: McMillan 4-1, McQuillan 4-1, Mikel 2-1, Deloria 2-0, Primo 1-0, Maguire 1-0, Andreo 1-0, Perry 1-0, Hepper 0-1.

Goalies: Long Island, Simonian, 7 saves. Siena, Concordia, 9 saves.

Men’s Lacrosse

UAlbany 11, Delaware 9

ALBANY — Cousins Miles and Ty Thompson combined for five goals in the win for University at Albany (1-1).

Joe Resetarits and Matt Johnson scored two goals apiece, with Resetarits adding an assist.

Delaware (4-2) was led by Sean Finegan with three goals and an assist. Nick Elsmo and Kevin Kaminski both scored twice.

Delaware 2 1 3 3— 9

UAlbany 4 1 5 1—10

Delaware scoring: Finegan 3-1, Elsmo 2-2, Kaminski 2-0, Smith 1-0, Ruiz 1-0. UAlbany scoring: M. Thompson 3-0, Resetarits 2-1, T. Thompson 2-0, Johnson 2-0, Kreuzer 1-0, Lyons 1-0, Caufield 0-2, Bonitatibus 0-1, Woods 0-1.

Goalies: Delaware, Fossner, 11 saves. UAlbany, Cathers, 10 saves.

Siena 10, Hartford 9

LOUDONVILLE — Tom Morr made a career-high 17 saves in the game to help Siena hold off a fourth-quarter push by Hartford.

Danny Martinsen and Chris Roth both scored three goals for Siena (2-2). Hartford (1-2) was led by Martin Bowes, Jared Franze and Tate Klidonas with two goals apiece.

Hartford 1 3 0 5— 9

Siena 4 1 2 3—10

Hartford scoring: Bowes 2-1, Franze 2-0, Klidonas 2-0, Compitello 1-1, Nunamacher 1-0, Bender 1-0, Yee 0-1. Siena scoring: Martinsen 3-0, Roth 3-0, Curry 1-2, Rogener 1-2, Neufield 1-1, DeBellis 1-0, D’Alberti 0-1.

Goalies: Hartford, Piechota, 6 saves. Siena, Morr, 17 saves.

Cortland 12, Union 3

CORTLAND — Union opened its season against the No. 4 team in the country and suffered at the hands of Mike Tota (four goals) and Pat Hayes (three goals).

The Dutchmen’s Derek Mayer, Nate Greeberg and Brendan Kinnane found the net once each.

Union 1 1 1 0— 3

Cortland 4 3 1 4—12

Union scoring: Mayer 1-0, Greenberg 1-0, Kinnane 1-0, Alfonzetti 0-1, Santangelo 0-1. Cortland scoring: Tota 4-0, Hayes 3-0, Wright 1-1, DiStefano 1-1, DeLuca 1-0, Parah 1-0, Casey 1-0, Hopps 0-3, Davern 0-1, Nye 0-1, Richards 0-1, Slavik 0-1.

Goalies: Union, Aaron, 10 saves; Jefferies, 1 save. Cortland, Kaminski, 6 saves; Tota, 0 saves.

RIT 10, RPI 9 (OT)

ROCHESTER — Tyler Russell scored his fourth goal of the game with 1:44 left in overtime to lift Rochester Institute of Technology over Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

Jordan MacIntosh added two goals for No. 7 RIT (2-0). RPI (1-1), ranked No. 10, was led by Conor Chocheles with three goals. Andrew Loptak added a goal and two assists. Goalie James Manchester (Niskayuna) made 15 saves.

RPI 3 2 1 3 0— 9

RIT 2 4 2 1 1—10

RPI scoring: Chocheles 3-0, Liptak 1-2, O’Leary 1-0, Foulsham 1-0, Arnold 1-0, Blair 1-0, Miller 1-0, O’Neil 0-2, Billy 0-1, Stolzenberg 0-1. RIT scoring: Russell 4-0, MacIntosh 2-0, Collins-Hartwig 1-1, Cherami 1-0, King 1-0, Aquin 1-0, Bressler 0-3.

Goalies: RPI, Manchester, 15 saves. RIT, Tonnessen, 14 saves.

Skidmore 12, Western Connecticut 8

SARATOGA SPRINGS — A monster second period, packed with seven Thoroughbred goals, lifted Skidmore to the win.

Mike Holden had four goals and two assists for Skidmore (2-0), and Tyler Masters added a pair of goals.

Western Connecticut (1-1) was led by Sean Macey and Ryan Foster with three goals apiece.

W.Conn. 3 2 0 3— 8

Skidmore 2 7 1 2—12

W.Conn. scoring: Macey 3-0, Foster 3-0, Gillis 1-3, Schoen 1-0, Bascom 0-1, Hutkowski 0-1, Schweitzer 0-1. Skidmore scoring: Holden 4-2, Masters 2-0, Davis 1-2, Sullivan 1-1, Connolly 1-0, Dickey 1-0, Ward 1-0, DeMartini 1-0, Bubier 0-1, Paradis 0-1.

Goalies: W.Conn., Marton, 16 saves. Skidmore, Diaco, 6 saves.

Baseball

Charleston Southern 14-5, Siena 8-4

CHARLESTON, S.C. — Charleston Southern erupted for 10 runs in the sixth inning of the early game for a comeback win, having trailed Siena, 5-0, entering the bottom of the fourth.

A walkoff single ended the second game, in which the 0-8 Saints had come back twice to tie the score.

Dan Paolini was 2-for-5 with three RBI in the first game.

Siena 130 100    300— 8 11 1

Charleston So. 000 21(10) 01x—14 16 3

Sumple, Poplawski (6), Kellogg (7) and Balkwill, Baldani (8); Brase, Williams (7), Vick (8) and Hunt, Woodall (9).

Siena 000 200 020—4  6 2

Charleston So. 002 000 201—5 10 1

Brantley, Sohl (7) and Quaranto; Dolan, McCready (4), Markham (4), Deighan (8) and Woodall.

Nova Southeastern 18-8, Saint Rose 5-5

FORT LAUDERDALE — Nova Southeastern gradually pulled away from Saint Rose in the early game, but needed a seven-run sixth inning to pull out the win in the nightcap.

The Golden Knights (0-3) were led by right fielder Garret Keenan with a 2-for-4 performance with a home run, a double and three RBI in the second game.

Carlos Fermin hit a two-run pinch home run in the first game, and Ryan Price went 3-for-5 with a run and an RBI.

Saint Rose 000 020 030— 5 13 2

Nova So. 111 492 00x—18 14 0

Batchelder, Polsinelli (4), Scrobola (5), Naughton (5) and Dowen, Marshall (7); Hicks, Roman (7), Whelan (9) and Angulo.

Saint Rose 202 100 0—5  9 1

Nova So. 000 017 x—8 10 2

Dulin, Harper (6) and Capone; Avilia, Tighe (5), Albury and Hartley, Angulo (7).

Softball

UMBC 6, Siena 1

BALTIMORE — The hosts of the UMBC Retriever Classic were too much for Siena, holding the 3-4 Saints to two hits.

The first Seina hit came in the fourth inning, when Jessika-Jo Sandrini trippled. She scored on a Courtney Brinkman sacrifice fly. Samantha Ray doubled in the sixth inning for the other hit.

Siena 000 100 0—1 2 0

UMBC 310 200 x—6 9 1

Filipazzo, Ferro (5) and Duell, Powlowsky (4); Weigman and Yannone.

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