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Area colleges: Saint Rose falls in NE-10 semi

Area colleges: Saint Rose falls in NE-10 semi

Southern New Hampshire shot 53.3 percent from the floor and placed five players in double-digit scor

Southern New Hampshire shot 53.3 percent from the floor and placed five players in double-digit scoring en route to an 81-62 victory over The College of Saint Rose in the Northeast-10 Conference tourn­ament semifinals Wednesday night at SNHU Fieldhouse.

Dominkykas Milka scored a game-high 24 points and grabbed six rebounds for the Golden Knights, who close out their season at 15-14.

SAINT ROSE

Milka 9-6-24, Sayre 5-2-12, Pope 2-1-7, Mundweiler 2-0-6, Dorgler 2-1-5, Thomas 1-1-4, Hong 1-2-4. Totals: 22-13-62.

SO. NEW HAMPSHIRE

Sanders 9-0-22, Bonsignore 6-2-14, Dobrovic 5-0-12, Marriro 4-3-11, Cardarelli 4-0-11, Mantalvanos 2-1-5, Stys 1-0-3, Canic 1-0-3. Totals: 32-6-81.

Halftime: So. New Hampshire, 40-35. Three-point goals: Pope 2, Mundweiler 2, Thomas, Sanders 4, Cardarelli 3, Dobrovic 2, Canic, Stys.

Men’s lacrosse

UNION 15, SUNY-ONEONTA 7

SCHENECTADY — Sophomore attack Richard Gregory and freshman attack Nolan Stauffer registered two goals and an assist to lift the 1-1 Dutchmen over the Red Dragons at Frank Bailey Field.

Oneonta 0 3 4 0 —  7

Union 5 4 1 5 — 15

Oneonta scoring: Daniel Stern 3-0, Jim van de Veerdonk 2-1, Connor Coyle 1-0, Devon Casey 1-0. Union scoring: Richard Gregory 2-1, Nolan Stauffer 2-1, Joe Cordrey 2-0, Alex Stone 2-0, Cameron Slatton 1-0, Greg Mooney 1-0, Adam Rosenthal 1-0, Nolan Sayre 1-0, Nate Greenberg 1-0, Jonathan Andrews 1-0, Kyle Christine 1-0, Alex D’Amario 0-1, Nolan Conors 0-1.

Goalies: Oneonta, unavailable; Union, Stefan Basile, 10 saves.

ENDICOTT 9, SKIDMORE 8

BEVERLY, Mass. — Scott McCormack scored four times to help Endicott clip the Thoroughbreds at Endicott Stadium.

Mike Pelow, Jon Hoeg and Matt Ohara scored two goals apiece for 1-2 Skidmore.

Skidmore 2 1 2 3 — 8

Endicott 2 2 1 4 — 9

Skidmore scoring: Mke Perlow 2-0, Jon Hoeg 2-0, Matt Ohara 2-0, Kevin Mulvey 1-1, JP Sullivan 1-1. Endicott scoring: Scott McCormack 4-0, Nick Pinciaro 2-2, Harrison Cotter 1-1, Jeremy Morgan 1-1, Connor McCormack 1-0, Joshua Tordik 0-3.

Goalies: Skidmore, Matt Diaco, 18 saves; Endicott, Cameron Bell, 8 saves.

Women’s lacrosse

CCSU 9, SIENA 5

NEW BRITAIN, Conn. — Central Connecticut scored the final four goals of the game to pull away from the Saints.

Katie Maguire scored twice for 1-4 Siena.

Siena 2 3 — 5

CCSU 3 6 — 9

Siena scoring: Katie Maguire 2-1, Lauren Smith 1-0, Casey Irwin 1-0, Alyssa Treanor 1-0, Sarah Croutier 0-2. CCSU scoring: Amanda Toke 2-1, Betsy Vendel 2-0, Claire Healy 2-0, Mackenzy Ryan 1-2, Elyse Malecki 1-0, Andrea Tarsi 1-0.

Goalies: Siena, Ashley Holdridge, 5 saves; CCSU, Morgan Tullar, 10 saves.

UTICA 11, SKIDMORE 7

SARATOGA SPRINGS — Courtney Wheeler’s three goals and an assist lifted the Pioneers over the 0-2 Thoroughbreds.

Utica 7 4 — 11

Skidmore 3 4 —  7

Utica scoring: Courtney Wheeler 3-1, Megan Kane 3-0, Morgan DuPont 2-0, Samantha Gebler 1-1, Patricia Kane 1-0, Mary Morgan Marafino 1-0. Skidmore scoring: Lexi Melville 3-0, Emma Harris 2-0, Spencer Morgan 1-1, Brittany Dioneda 1-0, Peggy Healy 0-2.

Goalies: Utica, Stephanie Belanger, 7 saves; Skidmore, Shelby Witheford, 5 saves.

RPI 13, ONEONTA STATE 9

TROY — Shannon Maguire scored four goals, and Meg Colitz, Alissa Peterson, Jamie Wakefield and Erin Riley added two apiece as the Engineers bounced the Red Devils.

Oneonta 5 4 —  9

RPI 8 5 — 13

Oneonta scoring: Caroline Tulley 4-1, Nicole Boylan 2-0, Allison McClain 1-0, Jillian Donodeo 1-0, Kiera McNally 1-0, Nikki Fioretti 0-1. RPI scoring: Shannon Maguire 4-1, Meg Colitz 2-1, Alissa Peterson 2-1, Jamie Wakefield 2-0-, Erin Riley 2-3, Rachel Scofield 1-2.

Goalies: Oneonta, Laura Grose, 5 saves; Allie Arnal, 12 saves.

ELMS 18, SAGE 16

TROY — Senior attacker Alexa Pajak (Holy Names) scored seven goals and added five assists to become the Gators’ all-time leading scorer with 54 points, but Sage lost its season opener.

Elms 8 10 — 18

Sage 7  9 — 16

Elms scoring: Ashley Cava 5-1, Chelsey Grabowski 4-0, Nora McDonough 4-0, Kayla Narey 3-0, Lauren Mazza 1-0, Cathy Duquette 1-0. Sage scoring: Alexa Pajak 7-5, Mallory Hansen 4-0, Alaina Kaiser 3-1, Jordan Conroy 1-0, Emily Stevenson 1-0, Lindsey Millett 0-1.

Goalies: Elms, Alysha Parsons, 8 saves; Sage, Courtney Reed, 15 saves.

Baseball

CSR 1, DOMINICAN 0 (11)

LANTANA, Fla. — Freshman center fielder Derek Reed scored from first base on an infield error during a hit-and-run to lift the Golden Knights to victory in extra innings at the Palm Beach Challenge.

Saint Rose 000 000 000 00 — 0 5 2

Dominican 000 000 000 01 — 1 5 2

Zdanowski, Venier (5), Charron (11) and Capone; Pestrana, Festa (7), Martinez (10) and Clark.

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