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Area colleges: Dartmouth downs Siena

Area colleges: Dartmouth downs Siena

Catcher Matt MacDowell hit a three-run triple in a five-run third inning Wednesday that helped Dartm

Catcher Matt MacDowell hit a three-run triple in a five-run third inning Wednesday that helped Dartmouth beat Siena, 15-7, in a non-conference baseball game.

Ennis Coble added a two-run double in Dartmouth’s four-run fifth inning, as the Big Green improved to 12-1.

Siena (6-16) scored six runs in the top of the third inning to take a 6-3 lead, as third baseman Brian Fay belted a three-run home run.

Siena 006 001 000 — 7 10 2

Dartmouth 125 040 03x —15 16 0

Dopico, Meindl (3), O’Brien (8) and Balkwill; Frank, Robinson (3), Concato (5), Dodakian (7), Sulser (8), Danielik (9) and MaDowell, Gauthier.

Softball

Buffalo St. 8, Union 4

Union 9, Oberlin 3

CLERMONT, Fla. — Sam Chevalier had three hits and drove in two runs to back Sarah Logan’s complete game as the Dutchwomen downed Oberlin.

Lindsay Cohen had three hits and two RBI in the loss to Buffalo State.

Buffalo State 024 101 1 — 8 13 1

Union 200 200 0 — 4  9 5

Coneys and Goff; Staats and Chalifoux.

Union 010 151 1 — 9 10 2

Oberlin 010 002 0 — 3  8 4

Logan and Palleschi; Oliver-Grey, Budney (6) and King.

SIENA 1-5, UTEP 11-4

EL PASO, Texas — Jessika-Jo Sandrini threw a complete game and drove in a pair of runs as Siena snapped a seven-game losing streak by beating the Miners in the second game of a double-header.

Shannon Jones had an RBI double in the second game. Alyssa Lancaster had two hits in the first game for 6-15 Siena.

Siena 010 00 —  1  7 3

UTEP 533 00 — 11 11 0

Lancaster, Sandrini (4) and Volz, Searight; Rodriguez and Walts.

Siena 302 000 0 — 5 8 0

UTEP 010 030 0 — 4 7 2

Sandrini and Volz; Kreinetz, Ramos (3), Pearson (4) and Ballesteros.

LE MOYNE 4-10, SAINT ROSE 2-0

ALBANY — Former Cobleskill-Richmondvillle standout Sarah Harrison struck out 18 and allowed five hits in turning in two complete-game wins as the Dolphins swept a double-header against the Golden Knights.

Marisa Bird drove in on run and scored the other in the first game as the Golden Knights dropped a double-header.

Le Moyne 000 220 0 — 4 6 0

Saint Rose 000 020 0 — 2 3 0

Harrison and Capuano; Frazier (5), Wickham (6) and Williams.

Le Moyne 015 04 — 10 9 1

Saint Rose 000 00 —  0 2 2

Harrison and Capuano; Wickham, Frazier (5), Snyder (5) and Williams.

SAGE 9-2, MCLA 1-1

TROY — Freshman Kiersten Gray of Niskayuna drove in two runs and Tiffany Bezio went 3-for-3 as the Gators snapped a nine-game losing streak by winning the opener.

The took the second game despite being held to two hits by former Hoosick Falls standout Rachel Quackenbush.

MCLA 100 00 — 1  1 4

Sage 413 1x — 9 11 2

Meczywor, Pierson (4) and Lucas; Smith and Laughlin.

MCLA 100 000 0 — 1 6 3

Sage 000 200 x — 2 2 2

Quackenbush and Ciempa; Newberg and Gaulin.

Women’s lacrosse

Sage 14, SUNY-Old Westbury 4

SCHENECTADY — Alexa Pajak had six goals and three assists to power the Gators to a Skyline Conference win over SUNY-Old Westbury in a game played at Union College’s Bailey Field.

Emily Stevenson added three goals and an assist for Sage (2-1 Skyline, 2-5 overall). Mallory Hansen also scored three goals, and Jordan Conroy had two.

Sage had a 9-3 lead at halftime.

SUNY-Old Westbury 3 1 —  4

Sage 9 5 — 14

SUNY-Old Westbury scoring: Courtney Gallagher 2-0, Jessica Walker 2-0. Sage scoring: Alexa Pajak 6-3, Emily Stevenson 3-1, Mallory Hansen 3-0, Jordan Conroy 2-0, Lindsay Millett 0-1.

Goaltenders: SUNY-Old Westbury, Sara Braverman, 13 saves. Sage, Courtney Reed, 4 saves.

Men’s lacrosse

MITCHELL 11, SUNY-COBLESKILL 7

NEW LONDON, Conn. — Shane Sullivan scored four goals as Mitchell topped the Fighting Tigers. Mike Javavey had three goals for Cobleskill.

SUNY-Cobleskill 1 2 1 3 —  7

Mitchell 3 2 2 4 — 11

SUNY-Cobleskill scoring: Mike Javavey 3-0, Dan Scott 2-1, Austin Fragele 1-0, Josh France 1-0, Rob Neubert 0-2, Shane McKay 0-1. Mitchell scoring: Shane Sullivan 4-0, Jordan Cook 3-0, Demetre Lyras 2-1, Aaron Sladyk 1-1, Kevin Renshaw 1-0, David Klapp 0-3, Dan DiGioia 0-1, Chris Joy 0-1, Joshua Muckle 0-1.

Goaltenders: SUNY-Cobleskill, Eric Randazzo, 15 saves. Mitchell, Peter Eshenfelder, 12 saves.

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