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Area colleges: Thompson connection scores 10 times in UAlbany rout

Area colleges: Thompson connection scores 10 times in UAlbany rout

Lyle and Ty Thompson combined for 10 goals to lift 12th-ranked University at Albany to a 21-11 victo

Lyle and Ty Thompson combined for 10 goals to lift 12th-ranked University at Albany to a 21-11 victory over Vermont in an America East Conference men’s lacrosse match Saturday at Virtue Field.

The Thompsons scored five goals apiece for the Great Danes, who have won five straight and are now 3-0 in conference play and 9-3 overall. UAlbany is the lone unbeaten team in the league. Vermont fell to 0-3 and 3-9.

UAlbany 3 2 7 9 — 21

Vermont 2 3 2 4 — 11

UAlbany scoring: Lyle Thompson 5-2, Ty Thompson 5-1, Johon Maloney 2-2, Matt Garziano 2-2, Dwayne Stewart 2-1, Mic DeBellis 1-1, Jimmy Haugen 1-0, Doug Eich 1-0, Tim Cox 1-0, Will Stenberg 1-0, Ryan Feuerstein 0-1, Will Fuller 0-1. Vermont scoring: Graham Horvath 4-1, Drew Phillie 4-0, Tim Yager 1-0, Augie Remien 1-0, Blake Pendleton 1-0, Nick Bartlett 0-1, Patrick Clark 0-1, Mark D’Anthony 0-1.

Goalies: UAlbany, Blaze Riorden, 11 saves; Ryan Ricciardelli, 0 saves; Vermont, Justin Rosenberg, 5 saves; Dan DiStefano, 0 saves.

UNION 11, RPI 10 (OT)

TROY — Junior midfielder Jake Quinn scored 21 seconds into overtime to send the Dutchmen over the Engineers in a Liberty League game at East Campus Stadium.

Union improved to 1-2 in the Liberty League and 6-5 overall. RPI, playing its final home game, slipped to 1-4 and 5-7.

Rob Santangelo scored three times for the Dutchmen. Mike Sarson had three goals for the Eng-ineers.

Union 2 3 1 4 — 11

RPI 2 2 5 1 — 10

Union scoring: Rob Santangelo 3-0, Nolan Connors 2-0, Nate Greenberg 1-0, Richard Gregory 1-0, Greg Mooney 1-0, Jake Quinn 1-0, Tom Stanton 1-0, Adam Rosenthal 1-1. RPI scoring: Mike Sarson 3-0, Eric Valero 2-0, Wes Rudy 1-0, Brett Overend 1-0, Patrick Finn 1-0, Casey Colligan 1-1, Colin Fortuner 1-1.

Goalies: Union, Stefan Basile, 11 saves; RPI, Alex Castronovo, 9 saves.

SIENA 13, DETROIT 10

LOUDONVILLE — The Saints locked up a MAAC tournament berth for the sixth time in the last seven years by rallying from a three-goal second-half deficit.

Colin Clive led the 3-1, 5-7 Saints with his third consecutive four-goal game, and Danny Martinsen contributed three goals for the Saints, who posted six final-quarter goals.

Detroit 4 2 3 1 — 10

Siena 3 1 3 6 — 13

Detroit scoring: Scott Drummond 3-1, Alex Maini 3-1, Mike Birney 2-0, Nick Melucci 1-0, Chris Nemes 1-0, Tom Masterson 0-3, Brandon Beauregard 0-1, Jordan Houtby 0-1. Siena scoring: Colin Clive 4-2, Danny Martinsen 3-2, Conor Prunty 1-2, Richie Hurley 2-1, Ryan Mallon 1-1, Kyle Curry 1-0, Nate Berry 1-0, Kieran Donohue 0-1.

Goalies: Detroit, A.J. Levell, 9 saves; Siena, Matt Sharp, 8 saves.

MEDAILLE 22, SUNY-COBLESKILL 9

BUFFALO — Brock Levick and Joe Kozovski scored five goals apiece to help the Mavericks crush the Fighting Tigers, handing them their sixth straight loss.

Mike Javavey had four goals, and Rob Neubert and Thomas Faraone added two goals apiece for the 0-5, 2-6 Fighting Tigers.

SUNY-Cobleskill 2 3 1 3 —  9

Medaille 7 8 3 4 — 22

SUNY-Cobleskill scoring: Mike Javavey 4-2, Rob Neubert 2-6, Thomas Faraone 2-0, Austin Hackett 1-1. Medaille scoring: Brock Levick 5-2, Joe Kozovski 5-0, Scott Johnstone 4-0, Jake Engleman 2-1, Tim Webster 2-1, Zach Petrichko 2-0, Drew Bellica 1-6, Cameron Ferguson 1-3.

Goalies: SUNY-Cobleskill, Eric Randazzo, 17 saves; Medaille, Sean Kettles, 12 saves.

SO. NEW HAMPSHIRE 9, SAINT ROSE 5

ALBANY — Taylor Warden’s three goals lifted Southern New Hampshire over the Golden Knights at Sullivan Field.

Kris Miller scored twice for the 3-5, 3-9 Golden Knights.

So. New Hampshire 1 3 2 3 — 9

Saint Rose 2 1 0 2 — 5

So. New Hampshire scoring: Taylor Warden 3-0, Cameron Joyce 2-2, Ryan Woodford 1-1, John Cuozzo 1-0, Rob Murray 1-2, Corey Allen 1-1. Saint Rose scoring: Kris Miller 2-0, Brett McAuliffe 1-0, Evan Helming 1-0, John Zullo 1-0, Kevin Fleming 0-2, Justin Golec 0-1, Jon Munroe 0-1.

Goalies: So. New Hampshire, Crosby Nicholson, 9 saves; Saint Rose, Nick Longo, 15 saves; Jeff Callies, 1 save.

Women’s lacrosse

UAlbany 9, UMBC 6

ALBANY — Junior midfielder Ariana Parker recorded her 100th career goal to help the Great Danes edge the Retrievers at John Fallon Field.

Parker became the ninth Great Dane to score 100 career goals and finished with three goals in the game. Jess Antelmi fired in four goals, with three of them assisted by Rachael Burek.

UAlbany, 8-4 overall, is second in the America East Conference at 3-1. UMBC falls to 2-2 and 8-5.

UMBC 3 3 — 6

UAlbany 2 7 — 9

UMBC scoring: Shannon Herkey 3-0, Kristen Bilney 2-0, Sam Nolan 1-0. UAlbany scoring: Jess Antelmi 4-0, Ariana Parker 3-0, Nichole Eamer 1-1, Rachael Burek 0-3.

Goalies: UMBC, Kendall Mason, 10 saves; UAlbany, Anna Berman, 4 saves.

SKIDMORE 20, BARD 8

SARATOGA SPRINGS — Eight different players scored goals as the Thoroughbreds used a balanced effort to defeat the Raptors at Wachenheim Field.

Lexi Melville poured in five goals to pace the 1-4, 2-9 Thoroughbreds. Emma Harris and Spencer Morgan chipped in with four goals each, and Robin Fetterolf scored three.

Bard 5  3 —  8

Skidmore 9 11 — 20

Bard scoring: Stephanie LaMont 4-0, Brianna Bean 1-1, Joanna Regan 1-1, Victoria Fisher 1-0, Mary-Elizabeth Clair 1-0. Skidmore scoring: Lexi Melville 5-0, Spencer Morgan 4-0, Emma Harris 4-0, Robin Fetterolf 3-0, Anna Gubbins 1-2, Maggie Murphy 1-0, Caroline Brown 1-0, Angela Botiba 1-0, Peggy Healy 0-3, Brittney Dioneda 0-2, Tess Mattimore 0-1.

Goalies: Bard, Maddy Huggins, 12 saves; Skidmore, Shelby Witheford, 5 saves.

ST. LAWRENCE 11, UNION 10

CANTON — Brigid Hurley scored six times, and Stephanie O’Rourke added two goals and an assist to carry the Saints over the Dutchmen at Hall-Leet Stadium.

Emily McGrail scored four goals, and Heather Fraser tacked on two more for the Dutchwomen, who fell to 3-2 in the Liberty League and 5-4 overall. The Saints are 5-2 and 9-5.

Union 6 4 — 10

St. Lawrence 6 5 — 11

Union scoring: Emily McGrail 4-0, Heather Fraser 2-0, Brittany Fraser 1-0, Tory Cameron 1-0, Micaela DeSimone 1-0, Ciara Dudeck 1-0, Maggie Comiskey 0-1. St. Lawrence scoring: Brigid Hurley 6-0, Stephanie O’Rourke 2-1, Michaela Maybee 2-0, Carly VanTassel 1-1.

Goalies: Union, Kim Grinhaus, 11 saves; St. Lawrence, Adden Cunningham, 6 saves.

RPI 15, VASSAR 4

TROY — Marissa Page (Guild-erland) matched a career-high with five goals, and goaltender Allie Arnal made 10 saves to help the 19th-ranked Engineers crush the Brewers at Renwyck Field.

Senior captain Shannon Maguire chipped in with three goals to push her season total to 23 for the 5-0, 9-2 Engineers, who also got three goals from Alissa Peterson.

Vassar 1 3 —  4

RPI 8 7 — 15

Vassar scoring: Katherine Stegmann 1-0, Dara Davis 1-1, Elizabeth Annis 1-0, Isabelle Goldstein 1-0. RPI scoring: Marisa Page 5-0, Alissa Peterson 3-0, Shannon Maguire 3-0, Rachel Scofield 2-4, Jamie Wakefield 1-0, Erin Riley 1-4, Lauren Miller 0-1, Mackenzie O’Neil 0-1.

Goalies: Vassar, Katharine Pula, 4 saves; Mallory Tyler, 1 save; RPI, Allie Arnal, 10 saves.

RAMAPO 20, SAGE 8

LOUDONVILLE — Lindsay Hughes poured in 11 goals to increase her season total to 66 goals and 77 points, as the Roadrunners pounded the Gators in a Skyline game at Siena’s Turf Field.

Sage senior attacker Alexa Pajak (Holy Names) finished with six goals and became the first Sage player to eclipse the 100-point mark for her career with 103 points. Sage drops to 3-5 in the league and 4-9 overall.

Ramapo 8 12 — 20

Sage 5  3 —  8

Ramapo scoring: Lindsay Hughes 11-0, Amanda Ferry 4-2, Lauren Schmidt 2-0, JT Kelly 1-0, Teresa Gustafson 1-0, Briana Vitulano 1-0, Alison Gall 0-1, Michelle Gustafson 0-1. Sage scoring: Alexa Pajak 6-0, Emily Stevenson 1-0, Mallory Hansen 1-0.

Goalies: Ramapo, Reegan Vier, 8 saves; Sage, Courtney Reed, 6 saves.

MANHATTAN 11, SIENA 7

RIVERDALE — Carly Eskenzi, Megan Yarusso and Maria Toscano scored two goals apiece as the Lady Jaspers topped the Saints.

Katie Maguire scored three times, and Kaitlyn Angerman added two goals for the 1-3, 2-11 Saints.

Siena 2 5 —  7

Manhattan 6 5 — 11

Siena scoring: Katie Maguire 3-1, Kaitlyn Angerman 2-1, Alyssa Treanor 1-0. Manhattan scoring: Carly Eskenzi 2-0, Megan Yarusso 2-0, Maria Toscano 2-0, Claire Roedeger 1-1, Stefanie Ranagan 1-0,Donna Jo DiNorcia 1-0, Kaitlyn Cunningham 1-0, Claire Kerrisk 1-0, Domenica O’Brey 0-1, Kelsey Rehain 0-1.

Goalies: Siena, Ashley Holdridge, 9 saves; Manhattan, Christin Fiorinelli, 7 saves.

Baseball

RPI 5-7, RIT 0-2

TROY — Mike Campisi threw his third complete-game shutout of the season, and Sean Conroy also pitched a strong seven innings to help the Engineers sweep their double-header at Robison Field.

Tim LeSuer drove in two runs with three hits in the opener, and Andre Kalish (Shenendehowa) added five hits and two RBI overall for RPI (7-5, 15-7).

RIT 000 000 0 — 0 10 1

RPI 021 101 x — 8 14 0

Humbert and Schworm; Campisi and Kozak.

RIT 000 110 000 — 2  7 1

RPI 006 000 10x — 7 13 1

Burns, Brenner-Adams (7) and Holtby; Conroy, Gallagher (8) and Kozak.

CGCC 6-2, SCCC 0-4

HUDSON — Kyle Rufer struck out seven and fired a five-hitter in the nightcap to help the Royals earn a double-header split with Columbia-Greene Community College.

Dan Saccocio drove in three runs with three singles, and Chris Kalica added two singles and an RBI in the second game for the Royals, who are 4-4 in Region 3 and 12-5 overall.

In the first game, Jon Halligan knocked in two runs with a double and a single for 7-5 Columbia-Greene CC. Mike Jacobsen fired a four-hit shutout.

SCCC 000 000 0 — 0 4 1

CGCC 003 030 x — 6 8 2

Kalica and Paskevich; Jacobsen and Carpinto.

SCCC 000 130 0 — 4 9 0

CGCC 003 020 0 — 2 5 1

Rufer and Verret; Fox and Cardinale.

UNION 2-3, CLARKSON 0-2

POTSDAM — Strong pitching by Dane O’Neil and Seth Roberts carried the Dutchmen to a double-header sweep at Jack Phillips Stadium and extended their winning streak to 10 games.

O’Neil threw a five-hit shutout in the opener, and Roberts limited the Golden Knights to six hits and two runs over 82⁄3 innings in the nightcap to pace the 14-4 Dutchmen. Tyler Heck had two hits and an RBI in the first game, and added his first homer of the season in the nightcap.

Union 100 001 0 — 2 5 0

Clarkson 000 000 0 — 0 5 4

O’Neil and Peretti; Chudy and Jenack.

Union 000 110 100 — 3 4 2

Clarkson 000 000 002 — 2 6 2

Roberts, McGavick (9) and Peretti; Perazo, Ehrets (7), Terry (9) and Beninati.

SIENA 4-3, IONA 2-2

NEW ROCHELLE — Mike Fish singled home the winning run in the top of the 11th inning of the second game to help the Saints sweep the Gaels at City Park.

Andres Ortiz had three hits, and Brian Fay added two in the opener. Ortiz added two hits in the second game for the Saints, 4-3 in the MAAC and 11-21 overall.

Siena 101 020 0 — 4 7 1

Iona 000 011 0 — 2 9 0

Brantley, Fryer (6) and Baldani; Bruckner, Kurz (6), Dietrich (7) and Palumo.

Siena 000 000 101 01 — 3  8 1

Iona 100 000 100 00 — 2 16 1

Gage, Quintana (9), Fryer (11) and Balkwill; Macaluso, Bligh (8), Leon (10), Kriss (11) and Palumo.

UALBANY 5-3, BINGHAMTON 3-4

VESTAL — Greg Muller drove in four runs to lift the Great Danes to a win in the first game of their double-header with the Bearcats at the Bearcats Sports Complex.

Josh Nethaway of Fonda-Fultonville had two hits in each game for the Danes, who lost the nightcap. They are 8-6 in America East play and 13-14 overall.

UAlbany 030 000 002 — 5 7 0

Binghamton 002 010 000 — 3 4 1

Zielinski, Jaurique (6), Stinar (9) and Harasta; Lambert, Kaufman (8), Cyts 99) and Musin.

UAlbany 000 210 0 — 3 4 1

Binghamton 020 020 x — 4 5 2

Graham, Carey (6) and Lepre; Rogalla and Pancerella.

SKIDMORE 5-3, ROCHESTER 1-5

ROCHESTER — Geoff Green and Jeb Clarke ripped two hits apiece, and Nick Petrella scattered seven hits to help the Thoroughbreds win the first game and secure a split of their double-header with the Yellow Jackets at Towers Field.

Skidmore is 4-8 in the Liberty League and 7-13 overall. Rochester is 4-8 and 8-14.

Skidmore 021 200 0 — 5 4 0

Rochester 000 010 0 — 1 7 1

Petrella and Green; Menke, Todd (3) and Schultz.

Skidmore 010 100 001 — 3 7 1

Rochester 100 120 10x — 5 8 1

Martins, Brown (7) and Pavelock; Schulman, McGowan (5), Warren (8), Diller (9) and Schultz.

Softball

UALBANY 2-3, STONY BROOK 1-4

ALBANY — Annie Johnson had a career-high four hits and two stolen bases in the 13-inning opener as the Great Danes split their double-header with Stony Brook at Albany Field.

Brittany MacFawn went all 13 innings in the opener, allowing only one run and striking out 16. The Great Danes are 7-1 in America East Conference play and 20-10 overall.

Stony Brook 001 000 000 000 0 —1 12 1

UAlbany 000 000 100 000 1 — 2  9 2

Allison and Pisciotta, Iannetti (10); MacFawn and Apostolina.

Stony Brook 000 000 22 — 4 13 2

UAlbany 000 000 21 — 3  8 1

Lucido, Sallen (7) and Schieferstein; Ostrom and Stout, Apostolina (7).

SAGE 8-9, PURCHASE 0-1

TROY — Kelsey Newberg fired a two-hit shutout in the opener, and Rachel Smith tossed a three-hitter in the nightcap as the Gators swept Purchase in a Skyline Conference double-header at Robison Field.

In the first game, Kristen Beikirch was 3-for-4 and belted her third home run of the season. In the second game, Newberg drove in three runs and Courtney Laughlin added a two-run triple for the 4-4, 13-13 Gators.

Purchase 000 00 — 0  2 1

Sage 420 11 — 8 15 0

Leo and Vallario; Newberg and Gaulin.

Purchase 001 00 — 1 3 1

Sage 702 0x — 9 8 1

Licata, Pascarelli (2) and Vallario, Leo (2); Smith and Gaulin.

ROCHESTER 6-6, SKIDMORE 2-5

SARATOGA SPRINGS — Laur-en Muni belted a three-run homer in the second game and walked with the bases loaded to help the Yellow Jackets sweep the Thoroughbreds.

Carol Brown had two hits in each game to lead 6-22 Skidmore.

Rochester 211 011 0 — 6 10 1

Skidmore 001 000 1 — 2  6 4

Grage and Watson; Sorochka and Brown.

Rochester 131 000 1 — 6  8 2

Skidmore 003 011 0 — 5 10 3

Skelle, Wayson (6) and Watson; Schwartz, Sorochka (7) and Giles.

SO. CONNECTICUT STATE 7, SAINT ROSE 0

ALBANY — Kelsey Cockrill threw a three-hit shutout to lead the Owls to their fourth straight victory.

Saint Rose fell to 6-9 in the Northeast-10 Conference and 8-19 overall.

SCSU 004 011 1 — 7 10 0

Saint Rose 000 000 0 — 0  3 4

Cockrill and Pouliot; Carey and Williams.

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