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Area colleges: Siena men roll to 16-6 lacrosse win over Canisius

Area colleges: Siena men roll to 16-6 lacrosse win over Canisius

Ten Saints scored, and seven posted multipoint games as Siena College crushed defending Metro Atlant

Ten Saints scored, and seven posted multipoint games as Siena College crushed defending Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference champion Canisius, 16-6, in a men’s lacrosse match Saturday.

It was their first meeting since Canisius upset the Saints in last year’s tournament championship game.

Siena (2-1 MAAC, 4-7 overall) jumped out to an 8-3 halftime lead and rode Colin Clive’s four goals to the win. Nate Barry, Danny Martinsen and Thomas Schoender added two goals apiece for the Saints.

Siena 5 3 6 2 — 16

Canisius 2 1 1 2 —  6

Siena scoring: Colin Clive 2-0, Nate Barry 2-1, Danny Martinsen 2-1, Thomas Schoender 2-1, Conor Prunty 1-0, Richie Hurley 1-1, Kyle Curry 1-0, Ryan Mallon 1-0, Vinnie Cannon 1-0, Mike Pettit 1-0, Kieran Don­ohue 0-2, Casey Dowd 0-1, Collin Parkhurst 0-1. Canisius scoring: Billy Jacobbi 1-2, Joe Rautenstrauch 1-1, Tim Edwards 1-0, Brandon Bull 1-0, Vince Gravino 1-0, Sam Connors 1-0.

Goalies: Siena, Matt Sharp, 11 saves; Tommy Cordts, 2 saves. Canisius, Alex Govenettio, 9 saves; Kyle Bell, 1 save; Nick Carrasco, 0 saves.

CLARKSON 8, UNION 6

SCHENECTADY — Brendon Shearin’s hat trick lifted Clarkson over Union in a Liberty League match on Frank Bailey Field.

Clarkson 2 2 2 2 — 8

Union 2 3 1 0 — 6

Clarkson scoring: Brendon Shearin 3-0, Robert Linder 2-0, Matthew Gold 2-0, Peter Goss 1-0, Corey Hererington 0-3, Matt McCabe 0-1. Union scoring: Nate Greenberg 2-0, Rob Santangelo 1-1, Greg Mooney 1-1, Joe Cordrey 1-0, Jonathan Andrews 1-0.

Goalies: Clarkson, Ryan Cole, 6 saves. Union, Sefan Basile, 10 saves.

RIT 13, RPI 5

ROCHESTER — Kyle Aquin and Jack Krzyston each tallied four goals as the Tigers pounded the 1-3, 5-6 Engineers at Tigers Stadium.

RPI 0 1 2 2 —  5

RIT 3 2 3 5 — 13

RPI scoring: Billy Gibbs 1-0, Wes Rudy 1-0, Brett Overend 1-0, David Hey 1-0, Mike Sarson 1-0. RIT scoring: Kyle Aquin 4-1, Jack Krzyston 4-2, Allister Warren 3-1, Taylor Wisman 2-3, Brad Gillies 0-1, Eddie Kiesa 0-1.

Goalies: RPI, Alex Castronova, 14 saves; James Manchester, 2 saves, RIT, Pat Johnston, 19 saves.

KEUKA 20, SUNY-COBLESKILL 5

KEUKA PARK — The Storm scored 14 goals in the first half to pound the Fighting Tigers (0-3, 2-4) in a NEAC game.

SUNY-Cobleskill 0 1 1 3 —  5

Keuka 7 7 1 5 — 20

SUNY-Cobleskill scoring: Mike Javavey 2-0, Shane McKay 2-0, Rob Neubert 1-1, Garrett Petit 0-2. Keuka scoring: Connor Latimer 4-4, Anthony Luppino 3-2, Cory Gray 3-1, James Voigt 3-1, Mike Crumlish 2-2, Randy Gyergyek 2-0, Derek Pfeiffer 1-2, Mike Donals 1-0, Kaisch Wheeler 1-0, Matt Beebe 0-2, Kenny Cannon 0-1.

Goalies: SUNY-Cobleskill, Eric Randazzo, 13 saves. Keuka, Eric Saltrelli, 2 saves; Scott Thielman, 5 saves; Dominic Camblin, 3 saves; Cameron Gormel, 0 saves.

BENTLEY 8, SAINT ROSE 7 (2OT)

WALTHAM, Mass. — Despite four goals from Brett McAuliffe, the Golden Knights lost a double-overtime decision to Bentley.

Saint Rose 1 4 1 1 0 0 — 7

Bentley 3 2 1 1 0 1 — 8

Saint Rose scoring: Brett McAuliffe 4-0, Evan Helming 2-2, John Zullo 1-0, Kevin Fleming 0-1, Justin Golec 0-1. Bentley scoring: Tim Matheson 2-1, Matt Brigham 2-1, Doug Mahony 2-0, Steve Caditz 1-2, Matt Dente 1-0, Jordan Reals 0-1.

Goalies: Saint Rose, Nick Longo, 16 saves. Bentley, Brian Karl, 6 saves.

FINGER LAKES CC 18, HVCC 8

CANANDAIGUA — Finger Lakes CC scored 10 unanswered goals in the second period to beat the 2-3 Vikings.

Paul Bennett scored three goals, and Andy Reilly made 29 saves for HVCC.

Women’s lacrosse

MARIST 13, SIENA 4

LOUDONVILLE — Jamie Rom­ano scored four times, and Kirsten Viscount and Ashley Miller added hat tricks to help the Red Foxes beat the Saints.

Marist 7 6 — 13

Siena 2 2 —  4

Marist scoring: Jamie Romano 4-0, Ashley Miller 3-0, Kirsten Viscount 3-0, Allison Gionta 1-2, Amanda Tuck 1-0, Sabrina Mattera 0-1, Tierney Larson 0-1, Lexi Bran­nigan 0-2. Siena scoring: Katie Maguire 2-0, Alyssa Treanor 2-0, Sarah Croutier 0-1.

Goalies: Marist, Ashley Casiano, 12 saves. Siena, Ashley Holdridge, 9 saves.

UNION 13, ROCHESTER 6

SCHENECTADY — Heather Fraser connected for three goals, and Maggie Comiskey, Haley Gould and Ciara Dudeck contributed two apiece to lift the 2-1, 4-3 Dutchwomen over Rochester.

Rochester 1 5 —  6

Union 8 5 — 13

Rochester scoring: Lauren Basil 3-1, Elisabeth Watson 2-0, Sarah Skinner 1-2. Union scoring: Heather Fraser 3-2, Maggie Comiskey 2-0, Haley Gould 2-0, Ciara Dudeck 2-0,

Brittany Fraser 1-2, Emily McGrail 1-0, Michelle Guyette 1-0, Tory Cameron 1-0.

Goalies: Rochester, Marisa Traina, 4 saves; Stephanie Ortell, 0 saves; Maire Prosak, 0 saves. Union, Kim Grinhaus, 7 saves.

SAGE 8, PURCHASE 7

PURCHASE — Alexa Pajek found the net five times to lead Sage.

Sage 5 3 — 8

Purchase 5 2 — 7

Sage scoring: Alexa Pajak 5-1, Emily Stev­enson 2-1, Lindsay Millett 1-3. Purchase scoring: Samantha Rich 4-0, Cat Vicardi 2-0, Sarah D’Andrea 1-0, Imani Humphries 0-1.

Goalies: Sage, Serena Heard, 6 saves. Purchase, Jess Lindsey, 14 saves.

Baseball

UNION 2-13, ROCHESTER 1-6

SCHENECTADY — Jeff Grasso drove in six runs in the Dutchmen’s double-header sweep of the Yellow Jackets.

Rochester 100 000 0 — 1 3 1

Union 000 110 x — 2 4 4

Menke and Schultz; O’Neil and Peretti.

Rochester 010 120 110 —  6  9 5

Union 012 440 20x — 13 13 2

Schulman, Mabee (4), Petto ( (7) and Garry; Kemp, McGavick (7), Fioenza (7), Pignatello (8), Rhoda (9) and Peretti.

UALBANY 5-9, STONY BROOK 4-6

ALBANY — Gordon Madej and Fonda-Fultonville graduate Josh Nethway drove in two runs apiece in the opener, and Nolan Gaige plated three more in the nightcap as the Great Danes (6-5, 10-13) swept the defending America East Conference champs.

Stony Brook 012 001 0 — 4 7 0

UAlbany 000 004 1 — 5 8 3

Vanderka, Knesnik (7) and Peragine; Sorgie, Chase (4) and Harasta.

Stony Brook 000 200 022 — 6  8 2

UAlbany 042 000 21x — 9 11 2

McNitt, Barry (8) and Peragine; Graham, Jaurique (7), Zielinski (9) and Lepre.

FMCC 5-4, SCCC 4-15

JOHNSTOWN — Brent Snyder tossed a two-hitter with 14 strikeouts in the opener for the Raiders, but the Royals bounced back to earn a split as Dan Saccocio and Tommy Varret drove in two runs apiece in the nightcap.

SCCC 102 001 0 — 4 2 3

FMCC 100 130 x — 5 7 1

Brinkman and Paskevich; Snyder and Melendez.

SCCC 010 241 7 — 15 15 2

FMCC 020 002 0 —  4  5 3

Breen, Subblebien (7) and Verret; Ponteri, Holmes (5), Gravel (7), Mendez (7) and Strong.

RPI 3-14, VASSAR 0-7

POUGHKEEPSIE — Mike Campisi tossed a shutout in the first game, and the Engineers (11-6) ripped 12 hits in the nightcap to sweep the Brewers.

RPI 000 101 1 — 3 7 0

Vassar 000 000 0 — 0 9 0

Campisi and Kozak; Mrlik and Kim.

RPI 120 244 001 — 14 12 3

Vassar 002 000 014 —  7 11 2

Conroy, Rio (9) and Kozak; Hong, Frankel (5), McDonnaugh (6), Braun (8), Remler (9) and Kim.

BRYANT 3-11, SIENA 2-9

SMITHFIELD, R.I. — Bryant came from behind in both games to sweep the Saints.

Siena 100 001 000 — 2 6 1

Bryant 010 000 02x — 3 7 1

Gage and Baldani; Kelich, Lisanti (9) and Gavitt.

Siena 206 001 0 —  9 11 1

Bryant 000 800 3 — 11 13 2

Brantley, Quintana (6), Fryer (7) and Balkwill; McAvoy, Hayward (3), Cohen (5), Lacrosse (6) and Scott.

HERKIMER 3-12, HVCC 0-3

HERKIMER — Josh Temple tossed a four-hitter in the opener, and John Craig belted three hits, including a homer, but the Vikings (1-3) were swept by the Generals.

HVCC 000 000 0 — 0 4 0

Herkimer CC 030 000 x — 3 2 0

Temple and Craig; Moxley and Stev­ener.

HVCC 000 300 0 —  3 4 0

Herkimer CC 510 303 x — 12 8 0

Scaccia, Hudson (2), Shelton (4), Helenek (4) and Adams; Kuzia, Garrison (5), DeCarlo (6), Hardy (7) and Overstreet.

BENTLEY 10-8, SAINT ROSE 1-5

WALTHAM, Mass. — The Falcons swept the Golden Knights (1-8, 4-25) by pounding out 25 hits.

Luke Nethaway, A.J. Capone and Joe Carcone each had two hits in the second game for the Golden Knights.

Saint Rose 000 001 000 —  1  5 3

Bentley 123 002 20x — 10 16 0

Gould, Naughton (4), Schwartz (6),

Ramon (8) and Capone; Crouteau and Korwek.

Saint Rose 000 020 300 — 5 9 2

Bentley 000 000 80x — 8 9 1

Zdanowski, Buckley (7), DeFruscio (8) and Burrows; Yohe, Gancarz (8), Lueders (8) and Korwek.

SLU 4-5, SKIDMORE 3-8

CANTON — Erik Watkins drilled four hits, and Alex Barber added three hits and three RBI in the second game to help the Thoroughbreds (6-8) earn a split with St. Lawrence.

Skidmore 300 000 0 — 3 11 1

St. Lawrence 300 010 x — 4  7 1

Petrella and Pavelock; Riley and Fish.

Skidmore 104 010 200 — 8 15 1

St. Lawrence 101 001 200 — 5  4 4

Martins, Brown (7) , Forman (8) and Green; Schreyack, Dell’olio (6), Jenkins (8) and Fernandez.

Softball

UNION 5-13, SKIDMORE 1-0

SCHENECTADY — Sophomore Allyson Staats pitched a five-inning no-hitter in the nightcap, and along with Alyssa Wolejko belted back-to-back homers in the first inning to help the Dutchwomen (2-0 Liberty League, 5-12 overall) sweep the 0-2, 8-16 Thoroughbreds.

Skidmore 000 010 0 — 1 4 0

Union 302 000 x — 5 9 1

Sorochka and Brown; Wolejko and O’Brien.

Skidmore 000 00 —  0  0 4

Union 801 4x —13 10 1

Fishkin, Sorochka (1), Schwartz (2) and Brown; Staats and Palleschi.

SAINT ANSELM 8-6, SAINT ROSE 0-0

MANCHESTER, N.H. — Tayla Trask and Paige Cormier each tossed two-hit shutouts as Saint Anselm swept a double-header from the 3-8, 5-16 Golden Knights.

Saint Rose 000 00 — 0  2 4

Saint Anselm 300 41 — 8 11 0

Wickham, Carey (4) and Dubois; Trask and Turner.

Saint Rose 000 000 0 — 0 2 1

Saint Anselm 201 021 x — 6 8 3

Frazier, Wickham (3) and Williams; Dubois (4); Cormier and Turner.

SAGE 4-5, OLD WESTBURY 1-2

OLD WESTBURY — Hillary Faas (Columbia) ripped three hits, including a two-run homer, in the first game, and Kristen Beikirch had three hits, including a home run, in the nightcap as the Gators (2-2, 9-11) swept Old Westbury.

Sage 004 000 0 — 4 8 2

Old Westbury 100 000 0 — 1 5 2

Kovage and Gaulin; Clancy and Protasiewicz.

Sage 121 001 0 — 5 11 0

Old Westbury 000 002 0 — 2  3 2

Newberg and Laughlin; Clancy and Protasiewicz.

RPI 10-0, St. Lawrence 2-2

TROY — Dani Grage produced three hits and three RBI in the first game to lift the Engineers (1-1, 12-6) to a double-header split with the Saints.

St. Lawrence 002 000 —  2  5 2

RPI 202 051 — 10 13 0

Plimpton and Cavellier; Weltzin and Ten Eyck.

St. Lawrence 000 100 1 — 2 8 0

RPI 000 000 0 — 0 6 3

McGinley and Cavellier; Hepworth, Osmanski (4), Weltzin (7) and Ten Eyck.

IONA 5-11, SIENA 0-0

LOUDONVILLE —The Gaels allowed only six hits and shut out the Saints (0-2, 6-18) twice in a MAAC double-header at Siena Field.

Iona 200 003 0 — 5 10 1

Siena 000 000 0 — 0  3 1

Kann, Argyle (7) and Jansson; Sandrini and Volz.

Iona 612 02 — 11 11 0

Siena 000 00 —  0  3 1

Argyle and Jansson; Lancaster, Edwards (1), Cronin (5) and Searight.

SUNY-COBLESKILL 3-6, WELLS 0-8

AURORA — The Fighting Tigers posted a shutout in the first game and earned a split of their double-header.

SUNY-Cobleskill 110 001 0 — 3 6 1

Wells 000 000 0 — 0 2 5

Wadsworth and DeMillio; Meier and Wilson.

SUNY-Cobleskill 000 120 3 — 6 10 5

Wells 005 300 0 — 8 14 2

Gray and Springer; Meier, Achzet (7) and Wilson.

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