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Area colleges: Skidmore men triumph in OT

Area colleges: Skidmore men triumph in OT

One night after losing its opener in overtime, the Skidmore men’s basketball team beat Widener in ov

One night after losing its opener in overtime, the Skidmore men’s basketball team beat Widener in overtime, 56-55, in the Widener Tip-Off for Autism Awareness Tournament.

Connor Merrill hit a three-pointer with three seconds left to give the Thoroughbreds the victory. He finished with 15 points.

Skidmore had trailed, 51-43, with 3:51 left in regulation.

Tanner Brooks, who scored 14 points, made back-to-back threes to tie it at 51-51 with 2:22 left, and neither team scored again until overtime.

SKIDMORE

Merrill 4-5-15, Brooks 5-2-14, Medunjanin 4-3-11, Sithole 4-0-8, Moore 1-0-3, Johnston 1-1-3, Dahill 1-0-2. Totals: 20-11-56.

WIDENER

Ahern 5-2-12, McPherson 2-2-8, Makor 2-3-7, Pryzbylkowski 2-0-6, Brown 1-2-5, Bolger 1-2-4, Radomicki 1-0-3, Nicholson 1-0-3, Abel 1-0-3, Lawson 1-0-2, Fields 1-0-2. Totals: 18-11-55.

Three-point goals: Merrill 2, Brooks 2, Moore, McPherson 2, Pryzbylkowski 2, Brown, Radomicki, Nicholson, Abel.

RHIT 79, RENSSELAER 45

MILWAUKEE, Wis. — Julian Strickland made 10 of 16 shots for 23 points as Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology defeated Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in the first round of the All-Engineers Classic.

Tyler Gendron scored eight points for Rensselaer (0-1), which trailed at halftime, 46-24.

RHIT

Strickland 10-1-23, Weatherford 5-4-15, Balsbaugh 2-2-6, Gerken 3-6-13, Miller 4-1-9, Pillischafske 2-0-5, Martin 1-1-4, Dodd 1-0-2, Povaleri 0-1-1, McDonough 0-1-1. Totals: 28-17-79.

RENSSELAER

Gendron 3-0-8, Zajac 3-0-7, Farley 3-0-7, Dugan 2-0-4, White 1-2-4, Boeglin 2-0-4, Fiala 1-0-3, Keefe 1-0-2, Harrington 1-0-2, Almodovar 1-0-2, Gold-Pastor 1-0-2. Totals: 19-2-45.

Halftime: RHIT, 46-24. Three-point goals: Strickland 2, Weatherford, Gerken, Pillischafske, Martin, Gendron 2, Zajac, Farley, Fiala.

FMCC 71, MONROE JV 67

JOHNSTOWN — Andy Irizarry scored 24 points to lead Fulton-Montgomery Community College to a victory over the Monroe College JV.

MONROE JV

Shaw 5-2-13, Greenfield 5-1-11, Letellier 2-1-5, Bowers 6-5-17, Walker 1-0-2, Samedi 5-1-11, Rivera 1-5-8. Totals: 25-15-67.

FMCC

Irizarry 9-2-24, Jack 3-0-6, Dinkins 1-3-5, Morton 2-2-6, Baum 2-3-7, Diallo 5-1-12, Cook 2-3-7, Gist 1-2-4. Totals: 25-16-71.

Halftime: FMCC, 32-29. Three-point goals: Shaw, Rivera, Irizarry 4, Diallo.

FITCHBURG STATE 108, SUNY-COBLESKILL 98

HENNIKER, N.H. — Mike

Ingram-Rubin combined to make 15 of 24 shots and each scored 21 points as Fitchburg State beat SUNY-Cobleskill.

Tyrone Mitchell scored 22 points for SUNY-Cobleskill, which had a 55-47 halftime lead but gave up 61 points in the second half.

SUNY-COBLESKILL

Mitchell 9-3-22, Davis 6-1-15, Nunez 4-2-10, Jeffres 4-2-10, Woods 3-1-7, Mar­celin 7-1-15, Otero 2-2-7, Bernard 2-1-6, Taitt 1-2-4, Brown 0-2-2. Totals: 38-17-98.

FITCHBURG STATE

Ingram-Rubin 7-4-21, Valliere 8-5-21, Kimber 5-9-20, Selby 5-2-12, Henneberry 5-0-11, Vickers 2-2-6, Steiner 1-2-5, Richardson 0-2-2. Totals: 37-27-108.

Halftime: SUNY-Cobleskill, 55-46. Three-point goals: Mitchell, Davis 2, Otero, Bernard, Ingram-Rubin 3, Kimber, Henneberry, Dixon, Steiner.

ACP 90, SLCP 83 (2OT)

ALBANY — Albany College of Pharmacy outscored St. Louis College of Pharmacy, 13-6, in the second overtime to pull out a victory.

Casey Redfern scored 22 points for ACP (2-1).

ST. LOUIS COLLEGE OF PHARMACY

Uzendu 12-2-28, Menckowski 9-5-27, Earhart 2-4-9, Kovarik 1-5-7, Hemann 2-2-6,

Gherna 2-0-4, Cowdin 0-1-1, Tran 0-1-1. Totals 28-20-83.

ALBANY COLLEGE OF PHARMACY (2-1)

Redfern 7-7-22, McVaigh 6-5-19, Brown 6-3-15, Tremblay 2-6-10, Henderson 3-1-8, Nolan 2-0-5, Okafor 2-0-4, Beyer 1-1-3, Elias 1-0-2, Bressack 0-1-1, Britt 0-1-1. Totals 30-25-90.

Halftime: SLCP, 43-29. Regulation: 65-65. First overtime: 77-77. Three-point goals: Uzendu 2, Menckowski 4, Earhart, Redfern, McVaigh 2, Henderson, Nolan.

SAGE 72, NORWICH 48

PLATTSBURGH — Troy Nwanna and Matt Farbotko each scored 17 points as the Sage (1-1) easily beat Norwich on the second day of the Plattsburgh State Tip-Off Tourn­ament.

NORWICH

Havoutis 3-0-8, Tullar 5-0-11, Preckol 1-0-3, Cabrera 5-2-16, Warden 1-0-3, Kelley 1-0-2, Marquis 1-1-3. Totals: 18-3-48.

SAGE

Stopera 1-2-5, Horne 4-2-11, Nwanna 5-3-17, Farbotko 6-5-17, Sager 1-0-2, Hennep 2-0-5, Paschal 2-1-6, Ford 4-1-9. Totals: 25-14-72.

Halftime: Norwich 28-26. Three-point goals: Havoutis 2, Tullar, Preckol, Cabrera 4, Warden, Stopera, Horne, Nwanna 4, Hennep, Paschal.

Women’s basketball

Rensselaer 69, Lehman 30

BOSTON — Senior forward Sarah Wetmore scored 23 points and had nine rebounds to lead Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute past Lehman in the opening round of the Emmanuel College Saints Invitational at the Jean Yawkey Center.

Rensselaer forced 19 first-half turnovers and took a 35-18 lead.

Jen Rock scored 16 points for Rensselaer (1-0), and Bailei Tetrault had 11.

RENSSELAER

Tetrault 5-1-11, Lynch 1-2-4, Wetmore 10-3-23, Rock 6-4-16, Piotrowski 0-2-2, Reynolds 0-1-1, Osepa 2-3-8, Fuchs 0-2-2, Clough 0-2-2. Totals: 24-20-69.

LEHMAN

Madrigal 2-0-4, Castro-Lopez 3-0-6, Navarro 1-0-3, Nieves 2-3-7, Miranda 3-0-6, Reed 2-0-4. Totals: 13-3-30.

Halftime: Rensselaer, 35-18. Three-point goals: Osepa, Navarro.

ITHACA 76, SKIDMORE 50

SARATOGA SPRINGS — Kathryn Campbell scored 23 points to lead Ithaca to a victory over Skidmore in the Skidmore Invit­ational.

ITHACA

Campbell 9-3-23, Mnich 5-2-13, Shea 5-0-10, Klie 3-0-7, Brady 2-1-5, Cotrupe 1-3-5, Wentlent 2-0-4, Tierney 1-2-4, Lewis 1-0-3, Escobido 1-0-2. Totals: 30-11-76.

SKIDMORE

Wartts 4-3-12, Caligaris 4-0-12, Botiba 4-0-8, Frederick 2-3-7, McLaughlin 2-0-5, Holgate 1-0-3, Scheuerell 1-0-3. Totals: 18-6-50.

Halftime: Ithaca, 38-33. Three-point goals: Campbell 2, Mnich, Klie, Lewis, Wartts, Caligaris 4, McLaughlin, Holgate, Scheuerell.

Utica 79, Sage 55

ALBANY — Meghan Fiore scored 15 points to lead Utica College past Sage.

Amie Jefferson led Sage (0-2) with 13 points.

UTICA COLLEGE

Filkins 4-0-10, Fiore 6-3-15, Traglia 1-2-4, B. Baudanza 1-2-5, Greenwald 4-1-9, Powers 1-0-2, Miceli 3-3-11, Kahane 2-1-6, R. Baud­anza 1-3-5, Stayer 5-2-12. Totals: 28-17-79.

SAGE

Bowman 2-1-5, Martin 3-0-8, Vallee 3-2-10, Jefferson 6-1-13, McClain 1-0-2, Leslie 3-2-9, Jicha 3-2-8. Totals: 21-8-55.

Halftime: Utica, 44-22. Three-point goals: Filkins 2, B. Baudanza, Miceli 2, Kahane, Martin 2, Vallee 2, Leslie.

SUNY-Cobleskill 70, SUNYIT 69

OSWEGO — Alexis Hauser made a layup with 28 seconds left, and SUNYIT missed two shots in the last eight seconds as SUNY-Cobleskill held on for a victory.

Heidi Anderson scored 22 points for Cobleskill (1-1), and Hauser finished with 14.

SUNY-COBLESKILL

Anderson 8-1-22, Hauser 6-2-14, Schiebel 4-2-10, Porterfield 3-2-8, Concepcion 4-1-11, Davis 1-3-5. Totals: 26-11-70.

SUNYIT

McNeil 6-3-15, Knowles 5-3-13, Brognano 2-4-8, Alicea 1-2-4, Gallo 0-1-1, Hanahan 6-6-19, Goodson 3-0-6, Schmidt 1-0-2, Short 0-1-1. Totals: 24-20-69.

Halftime: SUNY-Cobleskill, 30-27. Three-point goals: Anderson 5, Concepcion 2, Hanahan.

ACP 57, MORRISVILLE STATE 41

CANTON — Alyson Johnson scored 20 points, and Megan Serley added 15 to lead Albany College of Pharmacy past Morrisville State.

MORRISVILLE STATE

Scott 5-3-14, Sanders 2-4-8, Coley 2-1-5, Paul 2-0-4, McMullen 0-3-3, Paige 1-1-3, Jadotte 1-0-2, Purcell 1-0-2. Totals: 14-12-41.

ACP

A. Johnson 7-3-20, Serley 7-1-15, K. Johnson 5-2-12, Sullivan 3-0-6, Whitton 2-0-4. Totals: 24-6-57.

Halftime: ACP, 35-17. Three-point goals: Scott, A. Johnson 3.

FMCC 73, Alfred State 66

ALFRED — Takima Lucky scored 31 points as Fulton-Montgomery Community College won in the Alfred State Tournament.

FMCC

Flowers 7-2-21, Lucky 12-6-31, Osborne 4-2-10, Gayle 3-0-6, Sisti 2-0-4, Jordan 0-1-1. Totals: 28-11-73.

ALFRED STATE

Meehan 4-3-11, Brito 1-4-7, Fedrick 4-4-12, Fanning 2-1-5, Witchella 9-4-22, Covington 2-3-7, Lieb 1-0-2. Totals: 23-19-66.

Halftime: FMCC, 36-35. Three-point goals: Flowers 5, Lucky, Brito.

Cross country

King fifth

MADISON, Conn. — Scotia-Glenville graduate Jillian King finished fifth at the NCAA Division I Northeast Region Championship at Hammonassett State Park on Friday, helping Boston College tie for fourth in the team standings and make the NCAA Championships for the third year in a row.

King ran a 20:01.2 for 6k and was followed in 32nd place by Queensbury graduate Morgan Mueller (20:50.7).

UAlbany, led by Greenwich graduate Brittney Lane (17th place, 20:24.2), finished 14th.

Niskayuna graduate Lou Serafini was the No. 2 man for Boston College as the Eagles men’s team finished 12th.

UAlbany was 22nd, and Siena finished 30th.

Volleyball

Saints in title game

For the first time since 2008, the Siena women will be playing for the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference championship.

The second-seeded Saints defeated No. 3 Canisius, 25-22, 25-13, 23-25, 25-20, in the semifinals at Alumni Hall.

The Saints (21-10, 15-4 MAAC) were led by Taylor Akana, who had 26 kills and 11 digs.

Siena will meet regular-season champion and host Fairfield in the MAAC finals this afternoon.

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