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Area Colleges: Union takes big early lead, rolls to 16-4 win

Area Colleges: Union takes big early lead, rolls to 16-4 win

Union jumped to an 8-1 lead and never looked back, defeating Skidmore, 16-4, to advance to the Liber

Union jumped to an 8-1 lead and never looked back, defeating Skidmore, 16-4, to advance to the Liberty League semifinals on Saturday.

Nolan Connors and Ted

McKenna each scored four goals for the Dutchmen (5-1, 10-3), and Rob Santangelo had a goal and three assists.

Union 3 3 5 5 — 16

Skidmore 0 1 3 0 —  4

Union scoring: Nolan Connors 4-0, Ted McKenna 4-0, Nick Alfonzetti 2-0, Rob Santangelo 1-3, Nate Greenberg 1-2, Jonathan Andrews 1-1, Connor Hall 1-0, Ethan Meyer 0-1, Greg Mooney 0-1, Alex Stone 0-1. Skidmore scoring: Josh Berger 1-1, Ryan Paradis 1-0, Jeff Caruso 1-0, Tony Baum 1-0.

Goalies: Union, Sean Aaron, 11 saves; Stephan Basile, 0; Devyn Jefferies, 0. Skidmore, Drew Butturini, 5; Matt Diaco, 11; John Southerland, 0.

Siena 12, Manhattan 4

RIVERDALE — Danny Martinsen had three goals and five assists, and Bryan Neufeld had two goals and four assists as Siena (6-0, 10-4) beat Manhattan (1-5, 5-9) to complete its third undefeated Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference season in the last four years.

Siena 1 3 6 2 — 12

Manhatta 0 1 1 2 —  4

Siena scoring: Danny Martinsen 3-5, Bryan Neufeld 2-4, Colin Clive 1-1, Conor Prunty 1-0, Chris D’Alberti 1-0, Chris Roth 1-0, Casey Dowd 1-0, Adam Hall 1-0, Nate Barry 1-0, Patrick Daley 0-1. Manhattan scoring: Brian McGrath 2-1, Jonathan Crean 1-0, Paul Moreau 1-0, Taylor Bethea 0-1, Brendan Rogers 0-1, Tyler Sabens 0-1.

Goalies: Siena, Tom Morr, 11 saves; Nick Capalbom, 1. Manhattan, Michael Wiatrak, 2; Rich Akapnatis, 8.

Stony Brook 12, Albany 11

ALBANY — Despite five goals from Ty Thompson, and a late goal by Joe Resetarits that tied the game, UAlbany fell to Stony Brook on Kyle Belton’s goal with eight seconds left in an America East Conference game.

Stony Brook 1 6 1 4 — 12

Albany 4 1 3 3 — 11

Stony Brook scoring: Mike Rooney 2-1, Matt Bellando 1-0, Russ Bonanno 2-0, Robbie Campbell 1-1, Kyle Belton 5-1, Jeff Tundo 0-4, Nick Watson 1-1, Cole Millican 0-1. Albany scoring: Miles Thompson 0-5, Ty Thompson 5-0, Joe Resatarits 4-1, Lyle Thompson 1-1, Rocky Bonitatibus 0-1, Will Stenberg 1-0.

Goalies: Stony Brook, Sean Brady, 11 saves. Albany, Max Huber, 8.

RPI 12, Lebanon Valley 2

MADISON, N.J. — Andrew Miller scored three goals, including the 100th of his career, as Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (10-5) defeated Lebanon Valley (9-5).

Lebanon Valley 0 0 2 0 —  2

RPI 3 3 4 2 — 12

Lebanon Valley scoring: Matt Roupe 1-0, Ryan Leonard 1-0, Jordan Mayr 0-1, Ryan Lanigan 0-1. RPI scoring: Andrew Miller 3-1, Grant Foulsham 1-1, Eric Valero 2-0, Scott Stolzenberg 1-0, Aaron Shavel 1-0, Lachlan Murphy 1-2, Casey Colligan 0-2, Andrew Liptak 1-1, David Hey 1-0, Colin Fortuner 1-0.

Goalies: Lebanon Valley, Mike Moll, 6 saves; Kevin Krasley, 7. RPI, Alex Castronevo, 6; Jon Yen, 3, James Manchester, 2.

CSR 18, AIC 6

ALBANY — The College of Saint Rose finished its inaugural season with a big win over American International College, as Brett McAuliffe scored four goals and Kevin Fleming and Kris Miller each scored three.

AIC 2 1 1 2 —  6

CSR 3 6 6 3 — 18

AIC scoring: Bryce Serillo 3-1, Matt Cassidy 1-1, Brian Kennedy 1-0, Zak Guenther 1-0, Nick Amedt 0-3. CSR scoring: Brett McAuliffe 4-0, Kevin Fleming 3-3, Kris Miller 3-1, Rich Bamberger 2-2, Evan Helming 2-1, Joe Pompo 2-0, Louie Buccella 1-0, Colin Sorber 1-0, Alex Schiponi 0-1.

Goalies: AIC, Eric Whettell, 14 saves. CSR, Jeff Calles, 2; Nick Longo, 4; Alex Stevens, 0.

Alfred State 11, HVCC 10

ALFRED — Alfred State stopped two shots in the final 30 seconds to hang on for a win over Hudson Valley Community College.

HVCC 4 2 2 2 — 10

Alfred State 2 6 1 1 — 11

HVCC scoring: Agosto 6-1, Wilber 2-2, Plant 0-2, Owen 0-1, Bennett 1-0, Klapp 1-0, McGlynn 0-1. Alfred scoring: Napierala 3-0, Hart 2-2, Zacher 2-1, Lowry 2-0, Elithorpe 1-1, Phalen 1-0.

Goalies: HVCC, Riley, 27 saves. Alfred, Stowell, 31.

Women’s lacrosse

RIT 11, Union 10

ROCHESTER — Rebecca Lampson scored what proved to be the game-winning goal with 7:33 left as Rochester Institute of Technology beat Union.

Shelby Vakiener scored six goals for RIT (10-6 overall, 7-2 Liberty League).

Union 6 4 — 10

RIT 6 5 — 11

Union scoring: Emily McGrail 4-2, Heather Fraser 2-0, Kat Egizi 1-1, Tory Cameron 1-1, Hilary Salander 1-0, Brittany Fraser 1-0. RIT scoring: Shelby Vakiener 6-1, Rebecca Lampson 2-0, Marlee Vlassis 1-1, Loren Azlein 1-0. Ashleigh Caruso 1-0, Carly Augustyn 0-1.

Goalies: Union, Katelyn Crane, 9 saves. RIT, Kim Grinhaus, 6.

RPI 11, Skidmore 9

SARATOGA SPRINGS — Rensselaer held off a late Skidmore rally on the way to a Liberty League win to improve to 14-1 overall and 8-1 in the league.

RPI 6 5 — 11

Skidmore College 5 4 —  9

RPI scoring: Shannon Maguire 4-0, Meg Colitz 2-1, Rachel Scofield 2-1, Lauren Miller 1-1, Jamie Wakefield 1-0, Marissa Page 1-0, Madeline Sisson 0-2. Skidmore scoring: Summer Segalas 3-1, Lauren Madden 2-0, Robin Fetterolf 2-0, Leslie Stebbins 1-0, Spencer Morgan 1-0, Nicole Laplante 0-1, Summer Segalas 0-1.

Goalies: RPI, Allie Arnal, 5 saves. Skidmore, Rachel Klein, 11.

Albany 12, Vermont 10

BURLINGTON, Vt. — Ariana Parker and Rachael Burek each had three goals as UAlbany (3-3, 10-5) defeated Vermont (2-4, 9-8) in the America East.

Albany 6 6 — 12

Vermont 5 5 — 10

Albany scoring: Nichole Eamer 2-0, Rachael Burek 3-0, Mel Rorie 1-0, Ariana Parker 3-1, Amanda Pollock 0-1, Jess Antelmi 2-2, Maureen Keggins 1-0. Vermont scoring: Samantha Stern 1-3, Allison Pfohl 1-0, Karli Mackendrick 3-0, Emma Kelly 1-0, Marcie Marino 0-1, Sydney Mas 3-0, Adison Rounds 1-0.

Goalies: Albany, Anna Berman, 8 saves. Vermont, Laura Barber, 5.

Baseball

Siena 7-6, Niagara 4-5

LOUDONVILLE — With its back against the wall in the race for a Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference tournament bid, Siena (6-8, 15-29) beat Niagara twice

Mike Fish hit a three-run home run in the first game, and the Saints came up with three straight RBI basehits with two outs to take a

5-2 lead in the second inning to take control of the second game.

Niagara 000 002 020 — 4 5 3

Siena 302 011 00x — 7 12 2

Fittry, Caringi (3), Sullivan (8) and Calhoon; Poplawski, Lewicki (8), Fryer (9) and Baldani.

Niagara 200 021 0 — 5  7 1

Siena 230 100 x — 6 12 2

Fort, Schwartz (4), Soja (6) and Wexler; Brantley, Lewicki (6), Fryer (6) and Baldani.

UALBANY 4-1, maine 2-0

ORONO, Me. — Zach Kraham pitched a three-hitter in the first game, and Sean Lucas and Greg Lutton combined to scatter nine hits for a 10-inning shutout in the second game as UAlbany (8-5,

14-26-1) swept Maine (7-4, 21-19) in the America East.

Albany 000 030 1 — 4 5 0

Maine 000 020 0 — 2 3 0

Kraham and Lepre; Perakslis, Connolly (7) and Patzalek.

Albany 000 000 000 1 — 1 5 0

Maine 000 000 000 0 — 0 9 0

Lucas, Lutton (9) and Lepre; Coughlin, Connolly (9) and Whitten.

CSR 4-0, Adelphi 2-5

ALBANY — The College of Saint Rose took advantage of an outstanding pitching performance by Gloversville graduate Kris Barone to rally from a 2-0 deficit on the way to a 4-2 victory over Adelphi in the opener of a Northeast-10 Conference double-header.

The Panthers then put together an 11-hit attack to take the second game.

Adelphi 200 000 000 — 2 7 1

Saint Rose 000 031 00x — 4 7 2

Dillon McNamara, John Donnelly (8), Chris Murphy (9) and Rich Cambria, Jacob Beard (7); Barone and A.J. Capone

Adelphi 003 010 010 — 5 11 0

Saint Rose 000 000 000 — 0  6 3

Cranston, Murphy (6), McCormack (7), Abramowitz (9) and Beard, Rich Cambria (9); Carr, Venier (5), Egloff (7), Cavazzini (8), Coleman (9) and Capone.

Union 3-7,

Rochester 10-1

ROCHESTER — The Union

(10-12, 16-17) pitchers gave up just three hits to win the second game and gain a split with Rochester

(7-12, 11-19) in the Liberty League.

Union 000 003 0 —  3 5 4

Rochester 201 205 x — 10 8 1

O’Neil, McGavick (5), Lattanzi (6) and Peretti; Menke, Parker (6), Myers (6), Zarella (6) and DeClerck.

Union 100 201 300 — 7 7 2

Rochester 000 000 010 — 1 3 2

Kemp, Pignatell (7), Rhoda (8) and Peretti; Diller, Zarella (7) and Garry.

RPI 12-3, Skidmore 0-4

SARATOGA SPRINGS — Erik Watkins drove in three runs as Skidmore (14-8 Liberty League, 24-10 overall) rallied from three runs down to pull out a victory over Rensselaer (15-7, 17-17) to earn a split in the second game of a double-header.

RPI 210 234 0 — 12 13 0

Skidmore 000 000 0 —  0  2 8

Washburn and Kozak; Rudman, Petrella (2), Barra(6), Johnstone (6) and Green, Mike Pannozzi.

RPI 200 010 000 — 3 8 1

Skidmore 000 002 20x — 4 6 0

Campisi, Griffith (6), Conroy (7) and Kozak; Forman and Green.

SCCC 7-6, Clinton CC 5-2

PLATTSBURGH — Jake Ostroff had a single and drove in the go-ahead run with a double in the top of the seventh inning as Schen-ectady CCC pulled out the opener, and SCCC held Clinton Com-

munity College to three hits to win the second game of a double-header.

SCCC 000 005 2 — 7 7 4

Clinton CC 300 200 0 — 5 9 2

Brinkman and Paskevich; Rock, Kirkpatrick (6) and Gordon.

SCCC 002 040 0 — 6 10 2

Clinton CC 000 110 0 — 2  3 1

Breen and Dougherty; Rivera, Merrill (5) and Gordon.

HVCC 15, RPI JV 6

TROY — Johnny Craig had a triple and a single, and Kyle Brisson hit a double and a single as Hudson Valley Community College defeated the Rensselaer junior varsity.

HVCC 120 1(10)0 001 — 15 10 6

RPI JV 121   100 001 —  6 11 5

Levine, LaPietra (3), Hudson (5), Ford (6), Brienza (7), Wheeler (9) and Craig; Murali and Libstein.

Softball

Rider 4-2, Siena 3-1

LAWRENCEVILLE, N.J. —

Siena dropped a pair of close games to Rider to fall to 6-4 in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference and 18-24 overall.

Siena 000 102 000 — 3  6 1

Rider 200 000 101 — 4 11 0

Sandrini and Powlowsky; Matreale and Pugh.

Siena 000 001 0 — 1 5 1

Rider 010 100 x — 2 5 0

Filipazzo and Powlowsky; Krisch and Pugh.

Sage 3, Old Westbury 2

NEW YORK — Sage advanced to today’s Skyline Conference championship game.

Sage 102 000 0 — 3 7 1

Old Westbury 110 000 0 — 2 2 2

Newberg and Gaulin; Clancy and Siegler.

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