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Area colleges: Dutchmen fall to Ephs in overtime

Area colleges: Dutchmen fall to Ephs in overtime

Colton Growney scored an unassisted goal at 2:05 of the first overtime for his third goal of the gam

Colton Growney scored an unassisted goal at 2:05 of the first overtime for his third goal of the game to propel Williams College over Union College, 7-6, in a men’s lacrosse game Wednesday at Ramzie Lamb Field.

Conor Roddy tacked on two goals for the Ephs, and Dan Whittam made 15 saves.

Union, which fell to 5-5 overall, got two goals each from Nolan Connors and Adam Rosenthal. Stefan Basile made 12 stops in goal.

Union 3 0 1 2 0 — 6

Williams 1 0 0 5 1 — 7

Union scoring: Nate Greenberg 1-1, Nolan Connors 2-0, Adam Rosenthal 2-0, Rob Santangelo 0-2, Alex D’Amario 1-0, Nolan Stuffer 0-1. Williams scoring: Evan Dedominicis 1-0, Andy Gabowski 1-0, Conor Roddy 2-0, David Lee 0-1, Colton Growney 3-1, Mericos Rhodes 0-1,.

Goalies: Union, Stefan Basile, 12 saves; Williams, Dan Whittham, 15 saves.

HAMILTON 13, SKIDMORE 11

CLINTON — Connor Morgan scored five times to help the Continentals hold off the Thoroughbreds.

Jon Hoeg scored three goals, and Kevin Mulvey, Mike Perlow and Josh Berger added two goals apiece for 4-7 Skidmore.

Skidmore 3 4 1 3 — 11

Hamilton 4 5 2 2 — 13

Skidmore scoring: Jon Hoeg 3-1, Kevin Mulvey 2-0, Mike Perlow 2-2, Josh Berger 2-0, Bryan Connolly 1-1, Matt Ohara 1-1. Hamilton scoring: Connor Morgan 5-1, John Zimmerman 2-3, Joe Ricciuti 1-0, Bryan Hopper 1-0, Matt Hill 1-0, Luke Walsh 1-0, Nick Ogden 1-0, Pax Anthos 1-0, Matt Hrvation 0-3.

Goalies: Skidmore, Matt Diaco, 18 saes; Hamilton, Will Driscoll, 10 saves.

SUNYIT 12, SUNY-COBLESKILL 9

COBLESKILL — Kevin Garvits produced five goals, and SUNYIT scored six times in the third period to beat the Fighting Tigers.

Rob Neubert tallied three goals for the 0-4, 2-5 Fighting Tigers.

SUNYIT 1 4 6 1 — 12

SUNY-Cobleskill 0 5 2 2 —  9

SUNYIT scoring: Kevin Garvits 5-0, Brett Gifford 3-0, Tyler Serva 2-3, Denver Babowitz 1-3, Jon Eguren 1-0. SUNY-Cobleskill scoring: Rob Neubert 3-1, Mike Javavey 2-0, Austin Fragele 1-1, Shane McKay 1-0, Josh France 1-0, Kenny Phillips 1-0, Austin Hackett 0-1, D.J. Lynott 0-1.

Goalies: SUNYIT, Jeffrey Melnik, 12 saves; SUNY-Cobleskill, Eric Randazzo, 12 saves.

HVCC 17, HERKIMER CC 4

TROY — Bryce Sinisgalli fired in six goals to propel the Vikings over the Generals.

Liam Christensen (Bethlehem Central) added three goals, and Paul Bennett (Glens Falls), Eric Halek (Bethlehem Central) and Ted Dagostino (LaSalle) contributed two each for the 3-3 Vikings.

Women’s lacrosse

CANISIUS 13, SIENA 3

BUFFALO — Tori Quinn and Morgan Leonard fired in four goals apiece as two-time defending MAAC champion Canisius pounded the Saints.

Katie Maguire scored twice for Siena (1-2, 2-10), extending her point-scoring streak to 28 games.

Siena 2 1 —  3

Canisius 7 6 — 13

Siena scoring: Katie Maguire 2-0, Sarah Croutier 1-0. Canisius scoring: Tori Quinn 4-1, Morgan Leonard 4-0, Lindsey Morgan 2-3, Maria Kotas 2-1, Meghan McGunigle 1-1.

Goalies: Siena, Ashley Holdridge, 6 saves; Canisius, Kayla Scully, 6 saves.

CMSV 18, SAGE 4

YONKERS — Nicole Flores fired in five goals, and Laura Carr and Katie Coyle added three apiece as the College of Mt. St. Vincent pounded the Gators in a Skyline Conference match at Tibbetts Brook Park.

Alexa Pajak scored three times for the 3-4, 4-8 Gators.

Sage 3  1 —  4

CMSV 8 10 — 18

Sage scoring: Alexa Pajak 3-0, Melissa Spring 1-0, Lindsey Millett 0-1. CMSV scoring: Nicole Flores 5-1, Laura Carr 3-2, Katie Coyle 3-0, Colleen Walsh 2-2, Samantha Ramsden 2-0, Melina Mezzanotte 1-1, Sarah Colletti 1-1, Tara Maltbie 1-0.

Goalies: Sage, Serena Heard, 3 saves; Courtney Reed, 3 saves; CMSV, Kacie McCormack, 10 saves.

Baseball

ASSUMPTION 4, SAINT ROSE 3

WORCESTER, Mass. — The Golden Knights rallied from a 4-1 deficit but came up short against the Greyhounds.

Freshman shortstop Chad Adams went 3-for-4, and left fielder Scott Hladik was 2-for-4, including a triple, for the Golden Knights (2-11 Northeast-10 Conference, 5-27 overall). Senior designated hitter Caleb Gleason added an RBI single to extend his hitting streak to seven games.

Saint Rose 000 100 110 — 3 9 2

Assumption 102 010 00x — 4 8 1

Charron, Johnson (6) and Burrows; Kelly, Metcalf (6), Bradley (7) and Lopes.

Softball

BRYANT 8-6, UALBANY 3-5

ALBANY — The Bulldogs rallied for three runs in the top of the seventh inning to beat the Great Danes in the nightcap and complete a double-header sweep.

In the first game, Bryant snapped the Great Danes’ Division I program-best 14-game winning streak.

UAlbany (19-9) got singles from seven different players in the first game. Maggie Cocks, Kylie Apostolina and Lauren Alcorn ripped two hits apiece in the second game, with Alcorn driving in a pair of runs.

Bryant 000 241 1 — 8 7 2

UAlbany 100 000 2 ­— 3 7 0

Hart and Corder; MacFawn and Stout.

Bryant 000 300 3 — 6 3 0

UAlbany 001 202 0 — 5 9 3

Madsen and Corder; Ostrom, MacFawn (7) and Apostolina.

SAINT ROSE 7-2, ASSUMPTION 5-2

WORCESTER, Mass. — Freshman infielder Danielle Brusca went a combined 5-for-7 with three runs and an RBI, and junior outfielder Amber Loussedes added three hits and two RBI as the Golden Knights (8-16) won the first game and settled for a tie in the nightcap.

Saint Rose 012 022 0 — 7 13 1

Assumption 320 000 0 — 5 11 1

Wickham, Carey (2) and Underwood, Hedges (4) and Crowley.

Saint Rose 110 00 — 2 6 0

Assumption 101 00 — 2 2 1

Fraxier and Williams; Hedge and Crowley.

MIDDLEBURY 9-8, SKIDMORE 0-0

MIDDLEBURY, Vt. — Middlebury held the Thoroughbreds to just five total hits in a double-header sweep.

The Thoroughbreds fell to 8-20.

Skidmore 000 000 — 0  4 1

Middlebury 201 042 — 9 11 0

Schwartz, Fishkin (5) and Brown; Lesensky and Poracky.

Skidmore 000 00 — 0  1 0

Middlebury 203 21 — 8 11 0

Sorochka, Schwartz (4) and Brown; Morris, Stearns (4) and Marks.

Football

DANES ADD COACHES

ALBANY — University at Albany has announced the additions of wide receivers coach Aaron Smith and tight ends coach Kevin Ross to the football coaching staff.

Smith, the son of an Army col-onel, spent last year coaching the wide receivers at Boston College and the previous five seasons as the receivers coach at Columbia. He played at both the University of Maryland and the University of Connecticut.

Ross, a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy, is the son of former San Diego Chargers and Detroit Lions head coach Bobby Ross. He was the offensive coordinator at Army for four seasons and also spent time at Virginia as the running backs coach from 2000-2003.

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