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Area colleges: Golden Knights recover from early deficit

Area colleges: Golden Knights recover from early deficit

The top-ranked College of Saint Rose women’s soccer team recovered from an early deficit Wednesday t

The top-ranked College of Saint Rose women’s soccer team recovered from an early deficit Wednesday to hand Pace its first Northeast-10 loss of the season, 3-1.

Pace (3-1-1 NE-10, 3-2-3 overall) got on the board first when Olivia Mapplethorpe scored in the second minute. Saint Rose (5-0-1 NE-10,

7-0-1) tied it up in the 42nd minute when Carmelina Puopolo scored on an assist from Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake graduate Nicole Shively. Sydney Bond and Michaela Phillips both scored in the second half, and Amanda Vasquez had an assist. Jessica Gerski made three saves in the win.

Saint Rose 1 2 — 3

Pace 1 0 — 1

Saint Rose scoring: Carmelina Puopolo 1-0, Sydney Bond 1-0, Michaela Phillips

1-0, Nicole Shively 0-1, Amanda Vasquez

0-1. Pace scoring: Olivia Mapplethorpe 1-0.

Goalkeepers: Saint Rose, Jessica Gerski, 3 saves. Pace, Courtany Hagen, 7 saves.


THROGGS NECK — Lindsay Millett, a graduate of Ravena-

Coeymans-Selkirk, scored twice for Sage (2-0 Skyline Conference, 2-5 overall), and Cambridge grad Sara Tironi had the other goal.

Teagan Waddingham, another Ravena grad, made two saves for the shutout. Nicole Maher had two assists and Hoosic Valley grad

Alexandra Robert had one.

Sage 1 2 — 3

Maritime 0 0 — 0

Sage scoring: Lindsay Millett 2-0, Sara Tironi 1-0, Nicole Maher 0-2, Alexandra Robert 0-1.

Goalkeepers: Sage, Teagan Waddingham, 2 saves. Maritime, Mechin Paczkow-ski, 5 saves.

Men’s soccer

Sage 3, Maritime 1

ALBANY — Sage junior Scott Jarosz scored twice to push his career points total to 41, surpassing the program’s previous leader in points, Wesley Finch (37).

Jose Miranda also scored for the Gators (3-0 Skyline Conference,

8-1 overall). Tyler Denton had two assists, Gustavo Trinidad assisted on one goal, and TJ Zehner made eight saves.

Maritime 0 1 — 1

Sage 2 1 — 3

Maritime scoring: Chris Anderson 1-0. Sage scoring: Scott Jarosz 2-0, Jose Miranda 1-0, Tyler Denton 0-2, Gustavo Trinidad 0-1.

Goalkeepers: Maritime, John Dunne, 8 saves. Sage, TJ Zehner, 8 saves.

SUNY-Cobleskill 3, Southern Vermont 2 (OT)

BENNINGTON, Vt. — SUNY-Cobleskill captain Tyler Shaw, a graduate of Hoosick Falls High School, scored the winner in the 96th minute on an assist from Jonathan Zapata, a Middleburgh graduate.

Mechanicville graduate Mark Gaetano and Justin Milian scored in the second half for the Fighting Tigers (2-6-1). Gaetano’s goal forced overtime, tying the game in the 89th minute.

SUNY-Cobleskill 0 2 1 — 3

Southern Vermont 0 2 0 — 2

SUNY-Cobleskill scoring: Tyler Shaw 1-0, Mark Gaetano 1-0, Justin Milian 1-0, Jon-athan Zapata 0-2. Southern Vermont scoring: Chris Hansen 1-0, Ruben Olivares 1-0, Connor Murray 0-1.

Goalkeepers: SUNY-Cobleskill, Mack Curran, 4 saves. Southern Vermont, Christopher Dunham, 4 saves.

Field hockey

SUNY-New paltz 2, Union 1

SCHENECTADY — With 5:14 left to play, Alicia Aragosa scored for SUNY-New Paltz (5-3) to break a 1-1 tie. Jessica Caruana had tied the game for the Hawks with 2:52 left in the first half.

Union (2-5) got a goal from Caroline Moran, assisted by Hannah Najar on a corner. Molly McCune made 10 saves.

SUNY-New Paltz 1 1 — 2

Union 1 0 — 1

SUNY-New Paltz scoring: Jessica Car-uana 1-0, Alicia Aragosa 1-0, Danielle Conklin 0-2. Union scoring: Caroline Moran 1-0, Hannah Najar 0-1.

Goalkeepers: SUNY-New Paltz, Antonija Pjetri, 8 saves. Union, Molly McCune, 10 saves.



Dupuis led Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute with a pair of goals and an assist. Hannah Clough made six saves for the Engineers (1-1 Liberty League, 5-2 overall).

RPI 2 4 — 6

Vassar 1 0 — 1

RPI scoring: Holly Dupuis 2-1, Liana Viaggio 1-0, Alissa Peterson 1-0, Ashley Clough 1-0, Catherine Mahoney 1-0, Allie Denny 0-1, Julia Wright 0-1. Vassar scoring: Cameron Felt 1-0, Dara Davis 0-1.

Goalkeepers: RPI, Hannah Clough, 6 saves. Vassar, Maggie Brelis, 9 saves.


SARATOGA SPRINGS — Ceilidh MacNeill’s seventh goal of the season cut the Skidmore deficit in half with 6:59 left to play, but the Thoroughbreds could not find an equalizer and suffered their first loss.

Haley McDougall made 19 saves for No. 5 Skidmore (8-1). No. 2 Middlebury (6-0) got goals from Anna Kenyon and Lauren Greer.

Middlebury 0 2 — 2

Skidmore 0 1 — 1

Middlebury scoring: Anna Kenyon 1-0, Lauren Greer 1-0, Alyssa DiMaio 0-1, Charlotte Gardiner 0-1. Skidmore scoring: Ceilidh MacNeill 1-0, Kelly Blackhurst 0-1.

Goalkeepers: Middlebury, Madeline Brooks, 2 saves. Haley McDougall, 19 saves.

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