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Union women ousted from NCAA soccer tournament

Union women ousted from NCAA soccer tournament

Sara Isaac­son scored two minutes into overtime to propel Brandeis University to a 2-1 victory over

Sara Isaac­son scored two minutes into overtime to propel Brandeis University to a 2-1 victory over Union College in the opening round of the NCAA Division III women’s soccer tourn­ament Saturday at Hitchcock Field.

The 14-4-2 Judges advance to face Lasell College in the second round today at 1:30.

Union, making its first NCAA appearance since 2008 but 10th overall, finished the season at 15-4.

Brandeis scored the game’s first goal three minutes into the contest when Haley Schachter tapped in a rebound from the left side following a missed shot from Sapir Edalati.

Union settled in and dominated possession for most of the first half and eventually scored the equalizer in the 25th minute. Melissa Scinto sent a well-placed corner to the left post, and Jennifer Mansfield finished it off.

Brandeis 1 0 1 — 2

Union 1 0 0 — 1

Brandeis scoring: Haley Schachter 1-0, Sara Isaacson 1-0. Union scoring: Jennifer Mansfield 1-0, Melissa Scinto 0-1.

Goalkeepers: Brandeis, Francine Kof­inas, 2 saves; Michelle Savuto, 2 saves; Union, Kayla Marti, 7 saves.

Men’s soccer

Rensselaer 2, CNU 0

SWARTHMORE, Pa. — Joey Eilert and Ryan Gracy scored, and Rob Dewald made four saves as Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (10-5-6) defeated Christopher Newport (15-4-2) in the first round the Division III NCAA tournament.

The Engineers will play Swarthmore at 5 p.m. today.

Eilert scored unassisted midway through the first half, and Gracy added a late goal in the second half on an assist by Vince Bennett.

CNU 0 0 — 0

Rensselaer 1 1 — 2

Rensselaer scoring: Joey Eilert 1-0, Ryan Gracy 1-0, Vince Bennett 0-1.

Goalkeepers: CNU, Sean Killion, 2 saves; RPI, Rob Dewald, 4 saves.

SAGE 2, CAZENOVIA 0

ELMIRA — Junior forward Scott Jarosz scored both goals in the first half to lift the Gators over Cazen­ovia in the semifinals of the ECAC Upstate Division III tournament.

The 13-5-1 Gators play host Elm­ra in the championship game today at noon.

Cazenovia 0 0 — 0

Sage 2 0 — 2

Sage scoring: Scott Jarosz 2-0, Gustavo Trinidad 0-1.

Goalkeepers: Cazenovia, Riley Batt­aglini, 6 saves; Sage, T.J. Zehner, 7 saves.

Field hockey

PENN STATE 2, UALBANY 1

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Taylor Herold scored twice to lift the third-ranked Nittany Lions over the 17th-ranked Great Danes in the first round of the NCAA tourn­ament at Penn State’s Field Hockey Complex.

Echo Bretz tipped in a shot by Kelly Bonner on a penalty corner with 25 seconds left in the first half for UAlbany.

The Great Danes, who won their third America East Conference championship in the last five years, finished the season 13-8. Penn State is 18-3.

UAlbany 1 0 — 1

Penn State 1 1 — 2

UAlbany scoring: Echo Bretz 1-0, Kelly Bonner 0-1. Penn State scoring: Taylor Herold 2-0, Kelsey Amy 0-1.

Goalkeepers: UAlbany, Kristi Troch, 5 saves; Ayla Halus, 7 saves.

Middlebury 6, SKIDMORE 2

MIDDLEBURY, Vt. — Laur­en Greer tallied three goals, and Catherin Fowler connected twice as the top-seeded Panthers ripped the Thoroughbreds in the second round of the NCAA tournament.

Kelly Blackhurst and Dani DeGregory each scored goals for 14-6 Skidmore. Haley McDougall made nine saves for the Thoroughbreds.

Middlebury (18-0) faces DePauw in today’s quarterfinals at 1.

Skidmore 1 1 — 2

Middlebury 4 2 — 6

Skidmore scoring: Kelly Blackhurst 1-0, Dani DeGregory 1-1, Sam Skott 0-1. Middlebury scoring: Lauren Greer 3-1, Catherine Fowler 2-2, Anna Kenyon 1-0, Alyssa DiMaio 0-1, Elinore O’Brien 0-1.

Goalkeepers: Skidmore, Haley McDougall, 9 saves; Middlebury, Madeline Brooks, 3 saves.

Men’s basketball

FMCC 81, CAYUGA CC 66

JOHNSTOWN — Aaron Morton poured in 22 points to help the 3-1 Raiders beat Cayuga CC.

CAYUGA CC

Holmes 4-2-10, Irving 3-4-10, Staton 2-3-7, Donerlson 1-1-3, Rufus 1-0-2, Byrd 2-0-4, Hanson 0-2-2, Donalson 3-2-8, Norgbey

3-0-6, Holley 3-2-9, Shaw 2-1-5. Totals: 24-57 16-24 66.

FMCC

Williams 4-3-11, Simmons 1-0-2, Irizarry 3-3-9, Jack 5-4-14, Baum 1-0-2,Diallo 4-1-10, Stanislas 3-0-6, Ward 1-0-2, Mann 1-1-3, Morton 9-4-22. Totals: 32-72 17-24 81.

Halftime: FMCC, 43-40. Three-point goals: Diallo, Donerlson, Holley.

SAINT ROSE 69, MERCY 53

ALBANY — Andre Pope poured in 21 points to spark the Golden Knights to a season-opening victory at Nolan Gym.

MERCY

Pope 6-0-12, Morrish 2-8-11, Gordon 4-2-10, Mignott 3-1-10, Lewis 1-3-6, Bailey 1-0-2, Stitchell 1-0-2. Totals: 18-51 13-19 53.

SAINT ROSE

Pope 5-9-21, Sayre 4-5-12, Milka 3-3-9, Thomas 3-2-8, Mundweiler 3-2-8, Dorgler 3-0-7, Wilson 1-0-2, Hong 1-0-2. Totals: 23-57 20-23 69.

Halftime: Saint Rose, 30-18. Three-point goals: Mignot 3, Lewis, Pope 2, Dorgler.

CLINTON CC 83, SCCC 78

SCHENECTADY — McKyll Crecko scored 21 points, and Chris Miller added 20 to pace Clinton CC over the 2-2 Royals.

CLINTON CC

Crecko 8-5-21, Miller 7-6-20, LaPoint 2-0-4, Hull 6-1-13, Davidson 6-0-18, Knight 1-0-2. Totals: 30-12-83.

SCCC

O. Brown 6-1-16, Smith 3-0-6, Jackson 8-4-23, Gregg 1-1-3, Clement 3-0-7, Kimball 1-1-4, J. Brown 3-3-9, Frederick 3-3-9, Blanchard 5-0-12, Bartholomew 2-1-6. Totals: 35-4-78.

Halftime: SCCC, 41-35. Three-point goals: Davidson 6, O. Brown 3, Jackson 3, Clement, Kimball, Blanchard 2.

Women’s basketball

FMCC 83, NORTH COUNTRY CC 66

JOHNSTOWN — Kassandra Flowers and Takima Lucky each registered for 21 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Raiders to their third victory in three starts.

NORTH COUNTRY CC

Agnew 5-4-14, Loveless 2-0-5, Smith 8-5-23, shaff 3-1-7, Mathis 7-0-17. Totals: 25-66 13-21 66.

FMCC

Jordan 2-0-4, Flowers 9-0-21, Rutagengwa 1-0-2, McCloud 1-0-2, Lucky 8-4-21, Osborne 3-2-8, gayle 3-7-13, Wisemerski 1-0-2, Sisti 5-0-10. Totals: 33-93 13-26 83.

Halftime: FMCC, 35-28. Three-point goals: Flowers 3, Lucky, Loveless, Smith 2.

clinton 63, sccc 61

SCHENECTADY — Betsy Santoro collected 17 points and six steals, and Kaila Sanbeouf and Jordyn Funk both added 12 points in Schenectady’s Mountain Valley Conference opener.

CLINTON

Darand 9-6-27, Paul 1-0-2, Gates 1-5-7, Dcatte 4-0-8, E. Decker 7-2-16, J. Decker 1-0-2, Barber 0-1-1. Totals: 23-14-63.

SCCC

Santoro 7-0-17, Pucci 3-0-6, Sanbeouf 3-4-12, Hall 2-2-6, McGlynn 1-0-2, Funk 3-6-12, Dickson 3-0-6. Totals: 21-12-61.

Halftime: SCCC, 38-33. Three-point goals: Darand 3, Santoro 3, Sanbeouf 2.

SAINT ROSE 57, CONCORDIA 52

FLUSHING — Nicole Bini scored 16 points, and Maria Sanchez pulled down 17 rebounds to carry the 2-0 Golden Knights to victory.

SAINT ROSE

Bini 5-2-16, Sanchez 1-5-7, Hansen 2-0-5, Walton 2-1-5, Polce 1-1-4, Lesure 5-2-12, Simmons 1-3-5, Van Bourgendien 0-2-2, Glanzman 0-1-1. Totals: 17-59 17-25 57.

CONCORDIA

Jones 7-2-16, Agard 4-4-15, Sullivan 2-0-6, Bery 2-2-6, Jones 1-0-2, Rock 1-0-3, Donaldson 0-1-1. Totals: 18-67 9-17 52.

Halftime: Concordia, 27-26. Three-point goals: Bini 4, Hansen, Polce, Agard 3, Sullivan 2, Rock, Burns.

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