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Area colleges: Fish's homer sparks Siena, 5-2

Area colleges: Fish's homer sparks Siena, 5-2

Mike Fish ripped a two-out, three-run homer in the bottom of the 10th inning to lift the Siena Colle

Mike Fish ripped a two-out, three-run homer in the bottom of the 10th inning to lift the Siena College baseball team to a 5-2 victory over Atlantic 10 member Fordham Wednesday at Siena Field.

The 14-21 Saints have won six straight games.

Fish finished with two hits and four RBI. Vincent Citro added two hits for Siena. Mike Mauri drove in two runs with a pair of hits for 12-25 Fordham.

Fordham 000 001 010 0 — 2 5 1

Siena 000 002 000 3 — 5 7 1

Johnson, Anastai (7), Swatek (10) and Galiano; Goossens, Meindl (8), Quintana (10) and Balkwill.


SARATOGA SPRINGS — Erik Watkins (3-for-5, two RBI), Marco Baratta (2-for-4, three RBI), Matty Tatkow (2-for-3, RBI double) and Jeremy Selecky (2-for-3, two runs) each had two hits to propel the Thoroughbreds over Massachu­setts College of Liberal Arts at Castle Diamond.

Skidmore (8-15 overall) used six pitchers in the victory.

MCLA 120 010 100 —   5   7 2

Skidmore 020 403 20x — 11 12 1

Gersch, Shook (6), Jutras (7), Beonit (8) and Aubin; Brown, Willig (3), Petrella (4), Bannon (6), Stafutti (7), Masterson (8) and Green, Pannozzi, (4), Dougherty (7).



TROY — Gillian McCarthy produced four hits, including a two-run homer, and drove in four runs to carry the Engineers over the

Gators in a non-conference game at Robison Field.

Jocilyn Rudisill contributed three hits, and sophomore pitcher Kristina Weltzin improved her personal record to 11-3 with a two-hitter and eight strikeouts for the 18-7 Engin­eers.

Hillary Faas hit a solo homer for 15-14 Sage.

RPI 120 002 0 — 5 10 1

Sage 101 000 0 — 2  2 1

Weiltzin and Ten Eyck; Newberg, Kovage (6) and Laughlin.


CASLETON, Vt. — Alyssa Wol­ejko pitched a shutout and had four hits on the day, and Samantha Chevalier drove in five runs to help the Dutchwomen sweep the Spartans.

Chevalier homered in each game, while Aimee Palleschi homered in the nightcap for the 9-16 Dutchwomen.

Union 350 00 — 8 11 0

Castleton 000 00 — 0  5 3

Wolejko and Chalifoux; Lively and Sylvester.

Union 010 400 2 — 7 11 2

Castleton 000 020 1 — 3  8 1

Logan, Staats (5) and Palleschi; Sweeney, Lively (4) and Brayman.


SYRACUSE — Vanessa Utley, Kristie Capuano and Kristen Trotta each collected four hits, and Sarah Harrison fired a two-hit shutout in the opener as the Dolphins swept a double-header from the Golden Knights.

Melanie Gerace, Olivia Reeves and Val Nelson had two hits apiece for the 8-23-1 Golden Knights.

Saint Rose 000 000 0 — 0  2 2

Le Moyne 010 202 x — 5 12 0

Carey, Wickham (6) and Williams; Harrison and Capuano.

Saint Rose 010 020 0 — 3 10 3

Le Moyne 032 001 x — 6 11 2

Frazier, Wickham (3) and Dubois; Utley and Capuano.


ALBANY — Brittany MacFawn tossed a one-hit shutout in the opener, and both Vicky McFarland and Maggie Cocks drove in two runs in the nightcap as the Great Danes swept the Big Red at Albany Field.

McFarland also had two hits in the first game for the 25-10 Great Danes.

Cornell 000 000 0 — 0 1 0

UAlbany 010 110 x — 3 6 0

Onyon and Towne; MacFawn and Stout.

Cornell 000 202 0 — 4 10 0

UAlbany 000 033 x — 6 10 0

Parker, Onyon (5) and Iannucci; Ostrom and Apostolina.



DeMilio, Kelsey DeZalia and Julia Lull each collected two hits in the nightcap, with DeMilio driving in a pair of runs, as the Fighting Tigers swept a double-header from SUNYIT.

The Fighting Tigers improved to 6-2 in the NEAC and 10-8 overall.

SUNYIT 000 000 1 — 1 9 2

SUNY-Cobleskill 001 000 1 — 2 3 1

Hovey and Marleau; Gray and Springer.

SUNYIT 001 004 0 — 5  8 0

SUNY-Cobleskill 030 012 x — 6 10 3

Reinold and Marleau; Wadsworth and DeMilio.

MVCC 8-7, HVCC 7-6

UTICA — The Vikings fell to 3-7 after losing both ends of a double-header.

In the first game, Emily Johnson went 4-for-4, while Maggie Miller had three hits, including a home run, and drove in two runs in the second game for the Vikings.

Men’s lacrosse


SCHENECTADY — Kyle Aquin, the Liberty League’s leading scorer, scored five times, and Jack Kryzton added four goals and an assist to spark third-ranked RIT over the Dutchmen at Frank Bailey Field.

RIT improved to 4-0 in the league and 12-2 overall.

Union (1-3, 6-6) was paced by Nolan Connors and Nate Greenberg with two goals each.

RIT 3 4 6 1 — 14

Union 1 1 4 1 —  7

RIT scoring: Kyle Aquin 5-0, Jack Krzyston 4-1, Taylor Wisman 1-3, Eddie Kiesa 1-3, Allister Warren 1-1, Pat McMullan 1-1, Mac Keehfus 1-0, Brad Gillies 0-1, Braden Wallace 0-1. Union scoring: Nolan Connors 2-1, Nate Greenberg 2-1, Adam Rosenthal 1-0, Greg Mooney 1-0, Nolan Stauffer 1-0, Rob Santangelo 0-2, Richard Gregory 0-1.

Goalies: RIT, Pat Johnston, 14 saves. Anthony DeLeo, 0 saves; Union, Stefan Basile, 5 saves.


TROY — Bryce Sinisgalli, Eric Halek (Bethlehem) and Liam Christensen (Bethlehem) each scored three goals as the Vikings ripped Mohawk Valley CC.

Andrew Reilly (Bethlehem) made 12 saves for the 4-4 Vikings.

Women’s lacrosse


NEW YORK — Junior midfielder Ariana Parker scored all four of her goals in the first half to power the Great Danes over the Lions in a non-conference match at Robert K. Kraft Field.

UAlbany is 9-4. Columbia fell to 2-11.

Rachel Bowles and Nichole Eamer contributed three goals apiece, and Rachael Burek (five assists) and Jess Antelmi had two goals each for the Great Danes.

UAlbany 10 5 — 15

Columbia  4 2 —  6

UAlbany scoring: Ariana Parker 4-0, Rachel Bowles 3-0, Nichole Eamer 3-0, Rachael Burek 2-5, Jess Antelmi 2-0, Andrea Flood 1-0. Columbia scoring: Paige Cuscovitch 3-0, Kacie Johnson 2-0, Kelly Buechel 1-0.

Goalies: UAlbany, Anna Berman, 9 saves. Columbia, Skylar Dabbar, 1 save; Colleen Packer, 8 saves.


SCHENECTADY — Six different players scored two goals apiece to lift Farmingdale State over the Gators.

Alexa Pajak had both goals for 3-6, 4-10 Sage.

Farmingdale 10 8 — 18

Sage  0 2 —  2

Farmingdale scoring: Carly Schneider 2-1, Jackie Kennedy 2-2, Christy Thoden 2-2, Nicole Marzocca 1-1, Kimberly Pepe 1-0, Alyssa Handel 1-0, Ranaldo 1-1, Emily Wolff 2-0, Kelly Geheran 2-1, Jessica Romero 1-0, Paige Paternostro 1-0. Sage scoring: Alexa Pajak 2-0, Emily Stevenson 0-1.

Goalies: Farmingdale, Thalia Medina, 0 saves; Georgia Kalindas, 3 saves. Sage, Courtney Reed, 6 saves.

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