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CSR comes back to beat Franklin Pierce, 68-59

CSR comes back to beat Franklin Pierce, 68-59

The College of Saint Rose women held Franklin Pierce to 20 percent shooting from the field in the se

The College of Saint Rose women held Franklin Pierce to 20 percent shooting from the field in the second half to come back and upset the Ravens, 68-59, in a Northeast-10 Conference game at Nolan Gym on Saturday afternoon.

Franklin Pierce had a 51-43 lead with 10:12 left, but the Godlen Knights went on an 11-2 run that included four free throws by Holy Names graduate Jessica Walton to take a 54-53 lead, and never trailed again.

Walton finished with 10 points, Mariah Lesure had 23 and 11 rebounds, Desiree Simmons scored 11 and Gabie Polce had 10.

The Golden Knights improved to 4-11 in the conference and 7-12, and the Ravens fell to 10-5 and 13-6.

Saint Rose made 26 of 31 (83.9 percent) of its free throws.

FRANKLIN PIERCE

Martelle 7-4-20, Johnson 6-4-17, Charette 2-4-8, Gardner 2-1-6, Saab 1-2-4, Hopkins 1-0-2, Long 1-0-2. Totals: 20-15-59.

SAINT ROSE

Lesure 9-5-23, Simmons 3-5-11, Walton 1-8-10, Polce 2-6-10, O’Shea 1-2-5, Sanchez 2-0-4, Hansen 1-0-3, Bini 1-0-2. Totals: 20-26-68.

Halftime: Franklin Pierce 38, CSR 32. Three-point goals: Martelle 2, Johnson, Gardner, O’Shea, Hansen.

RIT 84, RENSSELAER 78

ROCHESTER — Courtney Tennant had 25 points and 15 rebounds as Rochester Institute of Technology defeated Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in a Liberty League game.

Tennant was 11-for-17 from the field.

Leslie Havens also scored 25 points for the Tigers (4-7, 7-11), who outrebounded the Engineers, 58-26.

Sarah Wetmore led Rensselaer (5-5, 11-8) with 24 points, eight rebounds and six assists.

Bailei Tetrault scored 13 points for the Engineers, who trailed at halftime, 47-39, and Amanda Lynch added 11.

RENSSELAER

Wetmore 8-4-24, Tetrault 5-2-13, Lynch 5-1-11, Reynolds 1-4-6, Rock 4-2-10, Dunbar 3-0-8, Clough 3-0-6. Totals: 29-13-78.

RIT

Havens 7-10-25, Tennant 11-3-25, Kramer 2-3-8, McLean 2-2-6, Wheeler 1-2-4, Wolcott 2-0-4, Palmitesso 2-0-4, Mad. Apperson 1-2-4, Mal. Apperson 2-0-4. Totals: 30-22-84.

Halftime: RIT 47, Rensselaer 39. Three-point goals: Wetmore 4, Tetrault, Dunbar 2, Havens, Kramer.

WILLIAM SMITH 66, SKIDMORE 62

GENEVA — Sydni Salvatore scored 25 points, and Chloe Hayter scored 21 to lead William Smith to a Liberty League victory over Skidmore.

Logan Frederick scored 17 points for the Thoroughbreds, who fell to 9-3 in the league and 11-10 overall.

Skidmore was within 56-54 late in the game, but the Herons (7-4, 13-7) scored the next five points for a 61-54 lead with 55 seconds left.

SKIDMORE

Frederick 7-3-17, McLaughlin 4-2-13, Wartts 3-3-9, Botiba 3-0-6, Conway 2-0-4, Gile 1-0-3, DeGregory 1-0-3, Caligaris 1-0-3, Scheuerell 1-0-2, Davis 1-0-2. Totals: 24-8-62.

WILLIAM SMITH

Salvatore 7-8-25, Hayter 9-3-21, Murphy 2-2-6, Borenstein 2-0-5, O’Brien 2-0-4, Rubin 0-3-3, Breen 0-2-2. Totals: 22-18-66.

Halftime: Skidmore 29, William Smith 27. Three-point goals: McLaughlin 3, Gile, DeGregory, Caligaris, Salvatore 3, Borenstein.

MT. ST. MARY 55, SAGE 45

NEWBURGH — The Sage Colleges gave Mt. St. Mary a good

run, leading at halftime, 25-22, but couldn’t hold off the Skyline Conf-erence leader.

Mohonasen graduate Lea McClain scored nine of her 14 points in the first half for the Gators (4-7, 7-12).

Rottisha Lewis scored 13 points for Mt. St. Mary, which improved to 11-1 in the conference and 14-7 overall.

Kimberly Douglass added 11 points for Mt. St. Mary.

SAGE

McClain 4-4-14, Bowman 1-2-4, Martin 1-0-2, Tironi 1-2-4, Jefferson 2-3-7, Leslie 0-1-1, Houle 3-0-9, Race 2-0-4. Totals: 14-12-45.

MT. ST. MARY

Perrone 4-2-10, McCullough 0-1-1, Lewis 4-5-13, Metzger 2-4-8, Smith 3-2-10, Douglass 3-5-11, Candarelli 1-0-2. Totals: 17-19-55.

Halftime: Sage College 25, Mt. St. Mary 22. Three-point goals: McClain 2, Houle 3, Smith 2.

LANCASTER BIBLE 59, SUNY-COBLESKILL 54

LANCASTER, Pa. — Lauren Heliger and Brooklyn Wilson each scored 16 points as Lancaster Bible College held off SUNY-Cobleskill to improve to 12-2 in the North Eastern Athletic Conference and 16-4 overall.

Heidi Anderson scored scored 20 points for Cobleskill (5-8, 6-13), and Alexis Hauser had 10 points and eight rebounds.

SUNY-COBLESKILL

Anderson 6-5-20, Porterfield 5-0-10, Hauser 4-2-10, Davis 2-3-7, Schiebel 2-0-4, Efthimiou 1-0-3. Totals: 20-10-54.

LANCASTER BIBLE

Wilson 5-4-16, Heliger 6-3-16, Folger 4-5-13, Heilenman 4-2-10, Lloyd 1-1-3, Williams 0-1-1. Totals: 20-16-59.

Halftime: Lancaster Bible 30, SUNY-Cobleskill 25. Three-point goals: Anderson 3, Efthimiou, Wilson 2, Heliger.

ACP 67, ST. JOSEPH’S (N.Y.) 48

ALBANY — Alyson Johnson scored 22 points to lead Albany College of Pharmacy to a victory over St. Joseph’s.

Kelsey Johnson scored 13 points for ACP, which improved to 13-.

Alexa Schooley scored 11, and Taylor Sullivan added 10.

Kelly McNamee scored 17 points, and Taylor Raccuglia scored 14 for St. Joseph’s, which fell to 12-10.

ST. JOSEPH’S

McNamee 7-3-17, Raccuglia 4-6-14, Mangan 3-0-8, Doran 2-0-4, Retas 0-3-3, Moran 1-0-2. Totals: 17-12-48.

ACP

A. Johnson 6-5-22, K. Johnson 4-5-13, Schooley 4-3-11, Sullivan 3-4-10, Serley 1-3-5, McKeel 2-0-4, Whitton 1-0-2. Totals: 21-20-67.

Halftime: Albany College of Pharmacy 36, St. Joseph’s 22. Three-point goals: Mangan 2, A. Johnson 5,

mohawk valley cc 76, hudson valley cc 48

TROY — Mohawk Valley Community College defeated Hudson Valley Community College to improve to 19-2.

Troy High School graduate Rose LaPietra and Duanesburg High graduate Samantha Tomeck each scored 16 points for Hudson Valley (8-12).

Schenectady grad Raeshelle Frasier had nine points and 12

rebounds for the Vikings.

Men

RENSSELAER 88, RIT 75

ROCHESTER — Brendan Farley scored 20 points to lead Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute to a Liberty League victory over Rochester Institute of Technology.

The Engineers, who scored 50 points in the second half after having led by just two at halftime, improved to 5-5 in the league and 10-9 overall.

Eric Travis scored 17 points for RIT (2-9-14).

RENSSELAER

Farley 6-7-20, Gendron 3-0-8, Zajac 1-5-7, Martin 3-1-9, Harrington 2-0-5, White 3-2-8, Hatcher 2-2-7, Dempsey 0-6-6, Dugas 2-0-6, Cardenas 1-2-5, Hatton 0-4-4, Almodovar 1-0-3, Boeglin 1-0-2. Totals: 25-29-88.

RIT

Travis 8-1-17, Balenton 5-1-12, D’Amico 3-0-7, Dobson 3-0-6, Reagan 1-0-3, Lynch 6-1-13, Scott 3-0-7, Reinert 2-0-4, Canestro 1-0-3, Seaberry 1-0-2, Davis 0-1-1. Totals: 33-4-75.

Halftime: Rensselaer 38, RIT 36. Three-point goals: Farley. Gendron 2, Martin 2, Harrington, Hatcher, Dugas 2, Cardenas, Almodovar, Balenton, D’Amico, Reagan, Scott, Canestro.

FRANKLIN PIERCE 78, saint rose 65

ALBANY — Franklin Pierce made 51.9 percent (28-for-54) from the field, including 15-for-24 (62.5) in the second half, to beat The

College of Saint Rose in a Northeast-10 Conference game.

Ryen Vilmont was 8-for-12 and scored 25 points for Franklin Pierce (11-4, 14-5), and Eric Jean-Guillaume scored 18.

Tyler Sayre led the Golden Knights (7-8, 10-9) with 18 points, and Dominykas Milka scored 17.

FRANKLIN PIERCE

Vilmont 8-4-25, Jean-Guillaume 9-0-18, Cooper 2-5-9, Blackwood 2-3-8, Papepetrou 2-0-5, Lessane 2-0-4, Christian 1-1-4, Tavares-Taylor 1-0-3, Ndoumbe Ngollo 1-0-2. Totals: 28-13-78.

SAINT ROSE

Sayre 8-2-18, Milka 7-3-17, Dorgler 4-3-11, Thomas 3-2-9, Mundweiler 2-0-6, Wilson 1-0-2, Pope 1-0-2. Totals: 26-10-65.

Halftime: Franklin Pierce 37, CSR 32. Three-point goals: Vilmont 5, Blackwood, Papepetrou, Christian, Tavares-Taylor, Thomas, Mundweiler 2.

HOBART 65, SKIDMORE 51

GENEVA — Hobart took an early lead and never gave it up in beating Skidmore in a Liberty League game.

Stefan Thompson scored 23 points for Hobart (9-1, 13-6), and Aldin Medunjanin led the Thoroughbreds (8-4, 14-7) with 16 points.

SKIDMORE

Medunjanin 3-10-16, Brooks 3-5-11, Dahill 3-2-8, Merrill 1-3-5, Sithole 2-0-4, Lowry 1-1-3, Howard 1-0-2, Yiljep 0-2-2. Totals: 14-23-51.

HOBART

Thompson 7-6-23, Davis 4-0-10, Gibbons 3-2-8, Bonney 2-3-7, Peer 2-3-7, Rehbaum 2-0-5, Smothers 1-1-3, Blanding 1-0-2. Totals: 22-15-65.

Halftime: Hobart 29, Skidmore 21. Three-point goals: Thompson 3, Davis 2, Rehbaum.

LANCASTER BIBLE 81, SUNY-COBLESKILL 65

LANCASTER, Pa. — Lancaster Bible (3-9, 3-18) snapped a five-game losing streak by beating SUNY-Cobleskill in a North Eastern Conference game.

CJ Dunston scored 19 points, and Dan Karl and Jon Bird each scored

16 points for Lancaster Bible, and Alexis Nunez led Cobleskill (3-8, 5-16) with 16 points and five assists.

SUNY-COBLESKILL

Nunez 7-1-16, Woods 5-2-12, Davis 4-0-10, Jeffres 4-0-9, Mitchell 2-3-7, Marcelin 3-0-6, Brown 0-5-5. Totals: 25-11-65.

LANCASTER BIBLE

Dunston 6-4-19, Karl 6-0-16, Bird 7-2-16, Perry 5-0-10, Keltner 3-2-10, Roundy 2-1-5, Long 1-0-2, Leonard 1-0-2, Wilson 0-1-1. Totals: 31-10-81.

Halftime: Lancaster Bible 38, SUNY-Cobleskill 29. Three-point goals: Nunez, Davis 2, Jeffres, Dunston 3, Karl 4, Keltner 2.

hudson valley cc 74, mohawk valley cc 66

TROY — Mohonasen graduate Jeffrey Kruzinski made all five of his three-point attempts, scored 19 points and helped spark an 18-1 run in the second half as Hudson Valley Community College (15-10) defeated Mohawk Valley Community College (11-8).

Jeremy Taylor had 15 points and 12 rebounds for the Vikings, and Shenendehowa grad Jose Reyes had 15 points and seven assists.

MVCC

Louis 3-3-10, Pennock 6-2-16, Pearce 6-1-15, Barlow 1-0-3, Burton 1-3-5. Totals: 19-8-66.

HVCC

Kruzinski 5-4-19, Reyes 4-6-15, Taylor 4-7-15, Krimsky 3-0-6, Williams 3-6-12. Totals: 19-23-74.

Three-point goals: Louis, Pennock 2, Pearce 2, Barlow, Kruzinski 5, Reyes.

ST. JOSEPH’S (N.Y.) 81, ACP 61

ALBANY — Jan Rogowski led five St. Joseph’s players in double figures with 17 points in a win over Albany College of Pharmacy.

Casey Redfern scored 17 points for Pharmacy (12-4), which trailed at halftime, 48-23.

ST. JOSEPH’S

Rogowski 6-0-17, Louison 6-4-16, O’Neill 5-3-15, Megafu 5-4-14, Maddox 4-2-10, Labady 2-0-4, Marino 2-0-4, Duff 0-1-1. Totals: 30-14-81.

ACP

Redfern 4-7-17, McVaigh 4-2-12, Okafor 4-2-10, Tremblay 3-2-8, Brown 3-0-6, Nolan 1-0-2, Henderson 0-2-2, Britt 1-0-2, Beyer 0-1-1, Bressack 0-1-1. Totals: 20-17-61.

Halftime: St. Joseph’s 48, ACP 23. Three-point goals: Rogowski 5, O’Neill 2, Redfern 2, McVaigh 2.

MT. ST. MARY 68, SAGE COLLEGES 66

NEWBURGH — Donte Howell made a layup with four seconds left for the winning basket, and Jeff Stopera missed a three-pointer at the buzzer to preserve a win for Mt. St. Mary in the Skyline Conf-erence.

Mt. St. Mary (11-4, 14-7) tied it at 66-66 on a three by Lenny Ragaglia with 22 seconds left.

Mason Horne scored 24 points for Sage (5-9, 10-11), and Matt

Farbotko and Will Hennep scored 12 each.

Howell scored 19 points for Mt. St. Mary.

The game was close throughout and tied at halftime, 32-32.

SAGE COLLEGES

Stopera 3-0-9, Horne 10-3-24, LaBelle 2-0-5, Farbotko 3-6-12, Sager 1-0-2, Hennep 3-4-12, Sopchak 3-4-12. Totals: 23-13-66.

MT. ST. MARY

Howell 6-6-19, Stabach 3-0-8, Straub 2-2-7, Henain 3-2-8, Cipriano 1-0-2, Ragaglia 2-0-6, Frey 7-0-14, Phillips 1-0-2, Steyer 1-0-2. Totals: 26-10-68.

Halftime: Sage 32, Mt. St. Mary 32. Three-point goals: Stopera 3, Horne, LaBelle, Hennep 2, Sopchak 2, Howell, Stabach 2, Straub, Ragaglia 2.

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