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CSR women's soccer run ended by PK

CSR women's soccer run ended by PK

The College of Saint Rose women’s soccer team’s attempt at a repeat championship ended with a 2-1 do

The College of Saint Rose women’s soccer team’s attempt at a repeat championship ended with a 2-1 double-overtime loss to West Florida on Thursday in the Division II semifinals.

Chelsea Palmer scored the winner on a penalty kick in the first minute of the second overtime for West Florida. She also assisted on a score by Monica Malavassi in the 78th minute that supplied a late 1-0 lead.

Michaela Phillips scored the equalizer in the 87th minute for the Golden Knights, assisted by La’Quilla Upton.

Jessica Gerski had nine saves for No. 20 Saint Rose (20-3-2).

“I really feel that these girls could’ve been playing Saturday without a doubt in my mind, and the will and strength of character really was displayed with three plus minutes left, after going down with fourteen minutes to play in a national semifinal, they came back and created a set piece that finished a goal, so we could go on to overtime,” Saint Rose coach Laurie Darling Gutheil said. “You want to talk about strength, character, and heart, with one senior on the pitch . . . now that’s something. I can’t be more proud of this group of girls.”

Sarah Story made three saves for West Florida (23-1-0), which advances to the championship match Saturday at 3 p.m., where it will face UC San Diego, a 2-1 winner over Grand Valley State.

Saint Rose 0 1 0 0 — 1

West Florida 0 1 0 1 — 2

Saint Rose scoring: Michaela Phillips 1-0, La’Quilla Upton 0-1. West Florida scoring: Monica Malavassi 1-0, Chelsea Palmer 0-1.

Goalkeepers: Saint Rose, Jessica Gerski, 9 saves. West Florida, Sarah Story, 3 saves.

Women’s basketball

SCCC 57, HVCC 49

SCHENECTADY — Watervliet graduate Tierney McGlynn turned in a double-double of 16 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Royals (4-3) to the program’s first win over Hudson Valley Community College. Mallory Dickson (Shaker) added 14 points, and Karly Murray (Schalmont) grabbed 12 rebounds.

HVCC (2-5) got 14 points from Angelica Smith (Shaker) and 11 from Samantha Tomeck (Duanesburg). Raeshelle Frasier (Schenectady) had her seventh double-double of the season with 12 points and 15 rebounds..

HVCC

Creighton 3-0-7, Frasier 5-0-12, Lapietra 1-2-4, Smith 5-4-14, Tomeck 3-5-11, Forehand 1-0-2. Totals: 18-11-49.

SCCC

Santoro 1-7-9, Pucci 1-3-5, Tillapaugh 4-1-9, Sanboeuf 1-0-2, McGlynn 6-1-16, Murray 1-0-2, Dickson 7-0-14. Totals: 21-12-57.

Halftime: SCCC, 25-22. Three-point goals: Creighton, Frasier 2, McGlynn 3.

SKIDMORE 55, ACP 42

SARATOGA SPRINGS — Skidmore (2-2) pulled away from Albany College of Pharmacy with a 33-23 second half. Jordyn Wartts led the Thoroughbreds with 11 points, while Molly McLaughlin had 10 points and Angela Botiba grabbed 11 rebounds.

ACP got 12 points apiece from Alyson Johnson and Taylor Sull-ivan (Hoosic Valley).

ACP

A.Johnson 4-3-12, Sullivan 4-4-12, Serley 3-2-8, K.Johnson 3-0-6, Schooley 0-4-4. Totals: 14-13-42.

SKIDMORE

Wartts 5-0-11, McLaughlin 3-4-10, Caligaris 3-1-9, Botiba 3-2-8, Frederick 4-0-8, Scheuerell 2-0-4, DeGregory 1-0-3, Gile 0-2-2. Totals: 21-9-55.

Halftime: Skidmore, 22-19. Three-point goals: A.Johnson, Caligaris 2, DeGregory, Wartts.

ST. JOSEPH’S 69, SAGE 57

ALBANY — St. Joseph’s outscored Sage, 32-17, in the second half to pull off the win. Amanda Bender led the Golden Eagles (2-0 Skyline, 3-1 overall) with 24 points.

The Gators (0-1 Skyline, 0-5 overall) got 13 points from Sara Tironi (Cambridge) and 10 from Chelsea Martin.

ST. JOSEPH’S

C.Cohen 4-1-12, Larrea 3-2-10, Hamlin 3-4-11, Bender 9-2-24, L.Cohen 3-4-10, Fitz-simons 1-0-2. Totals: 23-13-69.

SAGE

McClain 1-1-3, Martin 2-5-10, Tironi 4-5-13, Vallee 2-1-7, Jefferson 1-0-2, Bowman 1-2-5, Houle 2-0-6, Vanacore 2-0-5, Race 1-4-6. Totals: 16-18-57.

Halftime: Sage, 40-37. Three-point goals: C.Cohen 3, Larrea 2, Hamlin, Bender 4, Martin, Vallee 2, Bowman, Houle 2, Vanacore.

Men’s basketball

SKIDMORE 75, SUNY-COBLESKILL 66

COBLESKILL — Skidmore’s Tanner Brooks led the Thoroughbreds (4-1) with 18 points and 10 rebounds. Aldin Medunjanin added 16 points, Connor Merrill had 13, and Kevin Dahill had 12 in the win. Sakhile Sithole grabbed 10 rebounds.

SUNY-Cobleskill (1-6) was led by Will Davis with 15 points and Mike Marcelin with 14.

SKIDMORE

Brooks 6-3-18, Medunjanin 6-2-16, Merrill 5-3-13, Dahill 4-3-12, Anyam 3-0-6, Moore 2-0-5, Yiljep 1-2-5. Totals: 27-13-75.

SUNY-COBLESKILL

Davis 5-4-15, Marcelin 6-0-14, Bernard 4-0-10, Mitchell 4-1-9, Nunez 1-4-6, Brown 3-0-6, Jeffres 1-2-4, Woods 1-0-2. Totals: 25-11-66.

Halftime: Skidmore, 36-33. Three-point goals: Brooks 3, Medunjanin 2, Dahill, Moore, Yiljep, Marcelin 2, Bernard 2, Davis.

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