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Area colleges: Church's save keeps Royals perfect

Area colleges: Church's save keeps Royals perfect

Relief pitcher Landon Church came on in the seventh inning to get the final out on a fly ball with t

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Relief pitcher Landon Church came on in the seventh inning to get the final out on a fly ball with the bases loaded to help Schenectady County Community College hold off Erie Community College, 4-3, in the second game of a double-header Monday.

The 4-0 Royals won the first game over Fergus Falls (Minn.), 7-1.

In the second game, Chris Kalica belted a two-run double, and Nick McKinney added an RBI single for the Royals.

In the opener, Kalica ripped three singles and drove in a run, while Shawn Gibson contributed two singles and an RBI. Tyler DeMers added a two-run single in the Royals’ big seven-run fifth inning.

SCCC 000 070 0 — 7 9 2

Fergus Falls 000 000 1 — 1 8 2

Brinkman and Dougherty; Peavy, Wilson (5) and Beyer.

Erie CC 000 000 3 — 3 8 2

SCCC 301 000 x — 4 6 2

Walsh, Weaver (6) and Hayes; Breen, Church (7) and Paskevich.

UALBANY 3-2, NYIT 2-0

BROOKHAVEN — UAlbany pitchers struck out 28 batters, and Fonda-Fultonville graduate Josh Nethaway ripped a pair of hits in each game to help the 3-7 Danes sweep a rescheduled double-header.

Graham Kasceim struck out 10 in five innings in the first game, while Derek Zielinski and Austin Chase combined for 13 strikeouts in the nightcap.

UAlbany 200 010 000 — 3 12 0

NYIT 000 002 000 — 2  9 0

Graham, Sorgie (6), Stinar (9) and

Harasta; Checo, DelGuidice (6), Cotov (6) and Sebastian.

UAlbany 002 000 000 — 2 5 0

NYIT 000 000 000 — 0 3 1

Zielinski, Chase (6) and Lepre; Bulva, Forster (8), Cohen (9) and VanVranken.

RPI 11, PITT-GREENBURG 4

WINTER HAVEN, Fla. — Senior Chuck Erickson went 4-for-4, including his first homer of the season, to lift the Engineers over the Bobcats.

Junior Tim Gallagher was credited with his second victory for the 3-2 Engineers after pitching five innings in relief.

Softball

WHEATON 1, SAGE 0 (8)

WASHINGTON 10, SAGE 0

KISSIMMEE, Fla. — Ichabod Crane graduate Rachel Smith allowed no runs in 72⁄3 innings, but a throwing error scored the lone run in the first game of the Gators’ double-header loss.

Sage got pounded in the nightcap, 10-0, by Washington College.

Sage 000 000 00 — 0 3 3

Wheaton 000 000 01 — 1 7 0

Smith and Laughlin; Berardi, Christmas (5) and Welch, Morrow (7).

Washington 201 25 — 10 9 0

Sage 000 00 —  0 5 3

Coope and Nottingham; Newbeg, Kovage (3) and Gaulin.

SUNY-CANTON 7-2,

SUNY-COBLESKILL 0-3

QUEENSBURY — Kelsey De­Zalia ripped an RBI double with one out in the bottom of the seventh to help the Fighting Tigers win the second game and earn a split of their double-header with the Kangaroos at the Adirondack Sports Complex.

Erin Wadsworth (Ichabod Crane) tossed a no-hitter and struck out 15 batters, but gave up two unearned runs for the 2-2 Fighting Tigers.

In the opener, the Fighting Tigers managed only two hits off SUNY-Canton starter Tina DeLuca.

SUNY-Canton 101 400 1 — 7 14 2

SUNY-Cobleskill 000 000 0 — 0  2 3

DeLuca and Fenti, Petty (7); Gray and Springer.

SUNY-Canton 200 000 0 — 2 0 3

SUNY-Cobleskill 000 110 1 — 3 4 3

Gibson and Fenti; Wadsworth and DeMilio.

RPI 2, KEENE STATE 1 (8)

DENISON 4, RPI 2

CLERMONT, Fla. — Sophomore Jocilyn Rudisill singled home the winning run in the bottom of the eighth inning — RPI’s only hit of the game — to help the Engineers win the first game of their double-header.

Kristina Weltzin allowed only one hit for the Engineers. RPI (3-3) dropped the second game to Denison.

Keene State 000 100 00 —1 1 4

RPI 000 001 01 — 2 1 0

Crisp and Dupuis; Weltzin and Ten Eyck.

RPI 000 011 0 — 2 6 0

Denison 000 400 x — 4 8 1

Osmanski, Hepworth (4) and Ten Eyck; Hager and Edwards.

Men’s lacrosse

SKIDMORE 14,

SOUTHWESTERN 5

GEORGETOWN, Texas — Mike Perlow struck for four goals, and JP Sullivan and Josh Berger contributed three goals apiece as the Thoroughbreds ripped host Southwestern (Texas).

Matt Diaco didn’t make a save for the 2-3 Thoroughbreds.

Skidmore 6 0 3 5 — 14

Southwestern 1 0 2 2 —  5

Skidmore scoring: Mike Perlow 4-0,

JP Sullivan 3-2, Josh Berger 3-0, Bryan Connolly 2-4, Jon Hoeg 1-1, Josh Trachtenberg 1-0, Quinn Hawkins 0-1. Southwestern scoring: Austin Fox 2-1, Tyler Downing 2-0, Jeremy Tufnell 1-0, Jamie Long 0-2, Elliot Kelly 0-1.

Goalies: Skidmore, Matt Diaco, 0 saves. Southwestern, A.J. Cole, 14 saves.

UNION RANKED 18th

SCHENECTADY — Union College’s men’s lacrosse team returned to the USILA Division III men’s lacrosse poll at No. 18 in the latest rankings.

The Dutchmen recorded wins over SUNY-Oneonta (15-7) on Wednesday and Babson (10-6) on Saturday.

On Wednesday, sophomore attack Richard Gregory and freshman attack Nolan Stauffer each had two goals and an assist, and sophomore goalie Stefan Basile made 10 saves.

On Saturday, junior attack Nate Greenberg and freshman attack Nolan Stauffer each had two goals.

Women’s lacrosse

UALBANY 19,

MANHATTAN 1

ALBANY — Ten players scored, led by Rachel Bowles, Nichole Eamer and Ariana Parker with three goals apiece, as the University at Albany pounded Manhattan in a non-conference women’s lacrosse match at John Fallon Field.

Senior Rachael Burek added a goal and four assists for the 3-2 Great Danes, who blanked the 1-5 Lady Jaspers, 10-0, in the second half.

Manhattan 1  0 —  1

UAlbany 9 10 — 19

Manhattan scoring: Stefanie Ranagan 1-0. UAlbany scoring: Rachel Bowles 3-0, Nichole Eamer 3-0, Ariana Parker 3-0, Jess Antelmi 2-0, Maureen Keggins 2-0, Rachael Burek 1-4, Christine Johnson 1-2, Allie Phelan 1-0, Julie Cryderman 1-0, Andrea Flood 1-0, Cassie Bouton 1-0, Taylor Giglio 0-1, Amanda Obehshain 0-1.

Goalies: Manhattan, Christin Fiorinelli, 9 saves. UAlbany, Anna Berman, 2 saves; Courtney Henderson, 0 saves.

RPI 12, KEENE STATE 2

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — Alissa Peterson, Shannon Maguire and Mackenzie O’Neil tallied two goals each to help the Engineers crush Keene State at Lake Lytal Park.

Keene State  1 1 —  2

RPI 10 2 — 12

Keene State scoring: Lauren Brown 2-0, Polly Grey 0-1. RPI scoring: Alissa Peterson 2-1, Shannon Maguire 2-1, Mackenzie O’Neil 2-0, Meg Colitz 1-1, Jamie Wakefield 1-0, Erin Riley 1-0, Rachel Scofield 1-1, Lauren Miller 1-0, Marissa Page 0-1, Michelle Denny 0-1.

Goalies: Keene State, Erin Taylor, 2 saves; Christine Collins, 2 saves. RPI, Allie Arnal, 4 saves; Erin Amarello, 0 saves.

Men’s basketball

DONOHUE HONORED

SCHENECTADY — Union College senior forward Keven Don­ohue has been named to the ECAC Division III Upstate men’s basketball all-star first team.

Donohue is the first Union player to be selected to the team since John Cagianello (‘06) was named after his senior season.

A total of 12 players were honored. Skidmore’s Aldin Medunjanin was named the Rookie of the Year.

Last week, Donohue was selected as a finalist for the Jostens Trophy. He carries a 3.47 cumulative GPA in economics. He ranked fifth all-time in Union men’s basketball scoring annals with 1,499 career points.

Donohue led the Liberty league in scoring (19.7 avg.), was third in rebounding (8.1) and fifth in blocked shots (1.0).

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