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Saint Rose advances to NCAA women's soccer quarterfinals

Saint Rose advances to NCAA women's soccer quarterfinals

Defending national champion The College of Saint Rose won its fifth straight NCAA Division II tourna

Defending national champion The College of Saint Rose won its fifth straight NCAA Division II tournament East Regional women’s soccer title with a 1-0 victory over Dowling College Friday at West Chester University.

The 19-2-2 Golden Knights now meet the host Golden Rams (15-4-1) in Sunday’s national quarterfinals. Kickoff is noon. West Chester advanced with a 1-0 victory over Slippery Rock in the Atlantic Regional championship match.

Sophomore forward Brittany Barry scored the lone goal of the game at 61:10 for the 20th-ranked Golden Knights. Jessica Gerski made two saves to preserve the shutout.

Dowling 0 0 — 0

Saint Rose 0 1 — 1

Saint Rose scoring: Brittany Barry 1-0.

Goalkeepers: Dowling, Melissa Guglielmo, 8 saves; Saint Rose, Jessica Gerski, 2 saves.

Men’s basketball

SUNY-COBLESKILL 103, NEW ENGLAND 94

HENNIKER, N.H. — The Fighting Tigers used an aggressive pressing defense to overcome a 12-point second-half deficit and beat the host Pilgrims in the opening round of the New England College Tip-Off Tournament.

Mike Marcelin scored 26 points, and Travis Woods contributed 21 points and nine rebounds for the Fighting Tigers, who made 57.4 percent of their shots from the floor.

Kareem Bernard (13), Will Davis (11) and Tyrone Mitchell (10) also scored in twin figures for the Fighting Tigers.

Ryan Schmitz scored 21 for New England College.

SUNY-COBLESKILL

Woods 9-3-21, Davis 3-5-11, Mitchell 4-2-10, Nunez 4-0-8, Jeffres 1-0-2, Marcelin 10-6-26, Bernard 4-3-13, Taitt 2-2-6, Brown 2-2-6. Totals: 39-68 23-37 103.

NEW ENGLAND

Schmitz 7-3-21, Mohamed 6-3-17, Byrnes 3-4-11, Wilson 3-2-8, Melendez 2-3-7, Williams 4-2-11, Johnson 5-0-10, Zawrotny 3-0-7, Haschytz 1-0-2. Totals: 34-72 17-23 94.

Halftime: New England, 57-52. Three-point goals: Bernard 2, Schmitz 4, Mohamed 2, Byrnes, Williams, Zawrotny.

PLATTSBURGH STATE 80, SAGE 62

PLATTSBURGH —Ezra Hodgson popped in 20 points, and Shamoy McIntosh added 15 points as the host Cardinals crushed the Gators in the opening round of the Plattsburgh State Tip-Off Tournament.

Senior center Ryan Sager scored a career-high 25 points to go along with seven rebounds to lead Sage. Matt Farbotko and Mason Horne contributed 14 and 10 points, res­pectively.

SAGE

Stopera 0-4-4, Horne 4-2-10, Nwanna

2-0-5, Farbotko 4-5-14, Sager 9-7-25, Paschal 1-0-2, Ford 0-2-2. Totals: 20-51 20-31 62.

PLATTSBURGH

Mitchell 1-0-3, Manning 1-1-3, Williams 1-0-2, Moody 4-4-12, Hodgson 9-1-20, McIntosh 6-1-15, Baker 1-0-2, Parker 1-5-8, O’Shea 1-0-2, Correa 1-0-3, Siergiej 3-4-10. Totals: 29-69 16-21 80.

Halftime: Plattsburgh State, 38-27. Three-point goals: Nwanna, Farbotko, Mitchell, Hodgson, McIntosh 2, Parker, Correa.

DELAWARE VALLEY 71, SKIDMORE 63 (OT)

CHESTER, Pa. — Daulton Derr scored 19 points to help Delaware Valley stop the Thoroughbreds in overtime during the opening round of the Widener Tip-Off Tourn­ament.

Jeremy Beckett added 16 points and 11 rebounds for Delaware Valley.

Skidmore was led by Connor Merrill with 18 points. Merrill hit a three-pointer with 12 seconds left in regulation to send it to OT.

Aldin Medunjanin and Tanner Brooks added 13 and 11 points, respectively, for the Thoroughbreds.

SKIDMORE

Merrill 7-2-18, Brooks 5-0-11, Dahill 4-0-8, Yiljep 2-2-7, Medunjanin 4-5-13, Moore 1-0-3, Carp 1-0-2, Sithole 0-1-1. Totals: 24-65 10-18 63.

DELAWARE VALLEY

Derr 9-1-19, Beckett 7 -2-16, Sly 5-2-13, Lee 2-2-7, Donovan 2-0-5, Moren 2-2-6, Sullivan 1-0-3, Sullivan 1-0-2. Toatls: 29-70 9-18 71.

Halftime: Skidmore 29, Delaware Valley 29. Regulation: Skidmore 59, Delaware Valley 59. Three-point goals: Merrill 2, Brooks, Yiljep, Moore, Sly, Lee, Donovan, Sullivan.

Women’s basketball

D’YOUVILLE 57, SUNY-COBLESKILL 50

OSWEGO — Alexis Smith poured in 22 points, and Shannon Dougherty chipped in with 13 to help D’Youville beat the Fighting Tigers in the opening round of the SUNY-Oswego Max Ziel Women’s Basketball Tournament.

Senior forward Heidi Anderson (Canajoharie) scored 13 points, and Alexis Hauser (Albany High) produced 10 points, 10 rebounds and six assists for the Fighting Tigers.

SUNY-COBLESKILL

Anderson 5-0-13, Efthimiou 4-0-8, Porterfield 4-2-10, Hauser 4-2-10, Concepcion 2-0-6, Davenport 1-0-2, Davis 0-1-1. Totals: 20-78 5-10 50.

D’YOUVILLE

Danette 2-3-7, Sarah 2-0-5, Dougherty 5-1-13, Bridget 2-2-8, Smith 7-3-22, Lynn-Lee 1-0-2. Totals: 19-59 914-23 57.

Halftime: D’Youville, 27-24. Three-point goals: Anderson 3, Concepcion 2, Sarah, Dougherty 2, Andrews 2.

TUFTS 50, SKIDMORE 30

SARATOGA SPRINGS — Hannah Foley’s 13 points led nine players in the scoring column as Tufts crushed the Thoroughbreds in the opening round of the Skidmore Invitational at the Williamson Center.

Angela Botiba scored 16 points and grabbed 10 rebounds for the Thoroughbreds.

TUFTS

Foley 5-0-13,McClure 3-2-8, Bernosky

3-0-7, Morehead 2-0-5, Roberson 2-0-5, Wu 2-0-4, Riddle 1-1-3, Kanner 1-1-3, Rocchi 1-0-2. Totals: 20-61 4-6 50.

SKIDMORE

Botiba 4-8-16, Wartts 3-2-8, Keller 0-2-2, O’Neill 1-0-2, Caligaris 1-0-2. Totals: 9-42 12-14 30.

Halftime: Tufts, 22-17. Three-point goals: Foley 3, Barnosky, Morehead, Roberson.

ACP 54, SUNY-CANTON 44

CANTON — Taylor Sullivan netted 13 points, and Alexa Schooley and Alyson Johnson each snared 11 rebounds for the Panthers in the opening round of the SUNY-Canton Tournament at Roos House.

Kelsey Johnson chipped in with 10 points for the 2-0 Panthers.

ACP

Sullivan 6-1-13, Schooley 2-0-4, K. Johnson 3-3-10, A. Johnson 3-2-8, Serley 3-1-7, Costin 0-1-1, Cope 0-1-1, Maye 0-2-2, Whitton 0-1-1, McKeel 3-1-7. Totals: 20-66 13-23 54.

SUNY-CANTON

Sayer 1-2-4, Percy 2-0-6, Myers 5-5-16, Terrance 1-4-6, Uhlein 3-2-8, Riegel 0-1-1, Betances 1-0-2, Morrow 0-1-1. Totals: 13-52 15-20 44.

Halftime: ACP, 19-15. Three-point goals: K. Johnson, Percy 2, Myers.

Volleyball

Danes win

ALBANY — Dunja Prgomet led all players with 16 kills and completed a double-double with 11 digs to lead UAlbany to a 3-0 sweep of New Hampshire in the second America East Conference Volleyball semifinal match at University Gymnasium. The Great Danes posted set scores of 25-23, 25-15, and 25-14 to secure their spot in the championship match.

UAlbany (14-14) advances to the America East Championship match tonight, facing Binghamton at 7 p.m. The Bearcats defeated UMBC, 3-2, in the first semifinal match to advance to the champ­ionship match.

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