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Burek’s record effort powers Great Danes

Burek’s record effort powers Great Danes

Senior attack Rachael Burek broke the University at Albany single-game points record with 11 points

Senior attack Rachael Burek broke the University at Albany single-game points record with 11 points on four goals, including the 100th of her career, and seven assists to lift the Great Danes over Binghamton, 22-6, in an America East Conference women’s lacrosse game Saturday.

The Great Danes (4-1 AE, 10-4 overall) clinched a spot in the America East Conference tourn-ament.

Jess Antelmi added six goals for the Great Danes.

UAlbany 13 9 — 22

Binghamton  4 2 —  6

UAlbany scoring: Jess Antelmi 6-0, Rachael Burek 4-7, Nichole Eamer 4-1, Allie Phelan 3-1, Ariana Parker 1-0, Rachel Bowles 1-0, Christine Johnson 1-0, Taylor Giglio 1-0, Whitney Corby 1-0, Kathleen Lennon 0-1. Binghamton scoring: Katherin Hunsberger 3-0, Kim McGeever 2-0, Casey Bulmlan 1-0, Kristen Stone 0-1, Angela Vespa 0-1.

Goalies: UAlbany, Anna Berman, 4 saves; Binghamton, Kara Pafumi, 9 saves.

SIENA 12, IONA 10

NEW ROCHELLE — Lauren Smith clicked for a career-high five goals, as the Saints earned a berth in the MAAC championships for the fourth straight year.

Sarah Croutier added three goals for the Saints (2-3 MAAC, 3-11 overall), who will face either Canisius or Marist in the semifinals May 3 in Poughkeepsie.

Siena 8 4 — 12

Iona 6 4 — 10

Siena scoring: Lauren Smith 5-0, Sarah Croutier 3-1, Alyssa Treanor 1-0, Kaitlyn Angerman 1-0, Shannon Pfohl 1-0, Ashley Ruchalski 1-0, Katie Maguire 0-2, Maggie Deloria 0-1. Iona scoring: Nina Veneziale 4-0, Mary Kate McCormick 2-1, Meghan Testoni 2-0, Angela Grous 1-0, Casey Palmer 1-0, Brittney Mabus 0-3.

Goalies: Siena, Ashley Holdridge, 7 saves; Iona, Blaire Nathanson, 1 save; Maria Ortiz, 5 saves.

RPI 18, ROCHESTER 6

TROY — Sophomore Erin Riley recorded a game-high six points to lift the 18th-ranked Engineers (7-0, 11-2) over the Yellowjackets on Senior Day at Renwyck Field.

Rochester  4 2 —  6

RPI 10 8 — 18

Rochester scoring: Stephanie Ortell 2-0, Brittany Garrison 1-0, Brittany Stalzer 1-0, Sarah Skinner 1-0, Liza Maizel 1-1. RPI scoring: Erin Riley 5-1, Shannon Maguire 3-0, Jamie Wakefield 3-1, Alissa Peterson 2-0, Rachel Scofield 2-2, Michelle Denny 1-0, Lauren Miller 1-1, Mackenzie O’Neil 1-0, Erin Pomerantz 0-1.

Goalies: Rochester, Marissa Traina, 7 saves; RPI, Allie Arnal, 3 saves; Erin Amarello, 2 saves.

RIT 16, SKIDMORE 8

SARATOGA SPRINGS — Shelby Vakiener tallied six times to go along with three assists, and Corrina Mandell added three goals as the Tigers pounded the Thoroughbreds at Wachenheim Field.

Lexi Melville and Caroline Browne had two goals apiece for the 2-5, 3-11 Thoroughbreds.

RIT 7 9 — 16

Skidmore 3 5 —  8

RIT scoring: Shelby Vakiener 6-3, Corinna Mandell 3-1, Marlee Vlassis 2-2, Loren Azlein 2-0, Sage Sarkis 1-0, Erin York 1-1, Holly Leone 1-0. Skidmore scoring: Lexi Melville 2-0, Caroline Browne 2-0, Robin Fetterolf 1-1, Tess Mattimore 1-1, Emma Harris 1-0, Spencer Morgan 1-0.

Goalies: RIT, Katelyn Crane, 7 saves; Skidmore, Shelby Witheford, 9 saves.

KEAN 18, SAGE 4

UNION, N.J. — Maggie Brocklebank scored four times to lift Kean over the 3-7, 4-11 Gators.

Sage  0 4 —  4

Kean 13 5 — 18

Sage scoring: Mallory Hansen 3-0, Alexa Pajak 1-0, Kayla Daigle 0-1, Lindsay Millett 0-1. Kean scoring: Maggi Brocklebank 4-0, Stephanie Tocko 3-4, Julie Knodt 3-0, Kayla Sebastian 2-0, Lyndsey Cannon 1-2, Kat Halasz 1-1, Meghan Schneck 1-0, Samantha Gnapp 1-0, Hannah Jones 1-0, Kelli Higgins 1-0.

Goalies: Sage, Courtney Reed, 9 saves; Kean, Julie Keeley, 3 saves, Alyssa Staffin, 0 saves.

VASSAR 15, UNION 14 (OT)

POUGHKESPEIE — Despite five goals from Emily McGrail and four from Heather Fraser, the Dutchwomen (4-3, 6-6) lost in overtime to the Brewers.

Union 7 6 1 0 — 14

Vassar 9 4 1 1 — 15

Union scoring: Emily McGrail 5-0, Heather Fraser 4-1, Brittany Fraser 2-0, Michele Guyette 1-0, Ciara Dudeck 1-0, Tory Cameron 1-1, Jessica Farland 0-2, Magie Comiskey 0-1. Vassar scoring: Dara Davis 4-0, Phoebe Tzannes 3-0, Katherine Stegmann 2-2, Isabelle Goldstein 2-1, Nicole Magney 1-0, Marissa Reilly 1-0, Zoe Ripecky 1-0, Michela Garrison 1-0, Leigh Anne Baldwin 0-1.

Goalies: Union, Kim Grinhaus, 5 saves; Vassar, Katharine Pula, 3 saves.

Men’s lacrosse

MARIST 10, SIENA 9 (OT)

POUGHKEEPSIE — Drew Nes-mith scored 3:29 into overtime to help the Red Foxes beat the Saints.

Conor Prunty and Richie Hurley scored three goals each for the Saints (3-2 MAAC, 5-8 overall).

Siena 1 4 2 2 0 —  9

Marist 3 2 3 1 1 — 10

Siena scoring: Conor Prunty 3-1, Richie Hurley 3-1, Colin Clive 2-0, Thomas Schoener 1-0, Nate Barry 0-1, Kieran Donohue 0-1. Marist scoring: Jim Marks 3-0, Drew Nesmith 2-0, Jack Doherty 2-0, Joseph Radin 2-0, Mike Begley 1-0, Connor Rice 0-2, Ganon Osborn 0-1.

Goalies: Siena, Tommy Cordts, 15 saves; Marist, Dave Scarcello, 10 saves.

SAINT ROSE 10, ASSUMPTION 5

ALBANY — Eight different players scored at least a point, and junior attack Brett McAuliffe recorded a hat trick to propel the Golden Knights over Assumption at Sullivan Field.

Evan Helming and Kevin Fleming added two goals apiece for the 4-6, 4-10 Golden Knights.

Assumption 1 0 2 2 —  5

Saint Rose 2 4 2 2 — 10

Assumption scoring: Garrett Smith 3-0, Ty Martina 1-0, Connor Munisteri 1-0, Ian Mack 0-2, Connor MacNeil 0-1. Saint Rose scoring: Brett McAuliffe 3-0, Evan Helming 2-2, Kevin Fleming 2-0, Colin Sorber 2-0, John Zullo 1-0, Kris Miller 0-4, Ryan McFee 0-1, Jake Thorp 0-1.

Goalies: Assumption, Will Contento, 13 saves; Saint Rose, Nick Longo, 5 saves Casey Bergeron, 0 saves; Jeff Callies, 1 save.

ONONDAGA CC 28, HVCC 7

SYRACUSE — The Vikings dropped to 4-5 after losing to Onondaga CC.

Paul Bennett had four goals for HVCC.

HVCC 1  1 4 1 —  7

Onondaga CC 7 10 3 8 — 28

ST. LAWRENCE 12, RPI 3

CANTON — The 17th-ranked Saints pulled away with five fourth-period goals to improve to 5-0 in the Liberty League and 10-3 overall.

Eric Valero scored two goals for RPI (1-5, 5-8).

RPI 0 2 0 1 —  3

St. Lawrence 3 2 2 5 — 12

RPI scoring: Eric Valero 2-0, David Hey 1-0, Wes Rudy 0-1, Mike Sarson 0-1. St. Lawarence scoring: Pierson Fowlwer 3-0, Alden Freliinghysen 2-0, Malcolm Lynch 2-0, Tucker Garfield 1-0, Mac Johnson 1-0, Davey Hovey 1-0, Cam Scullen 1-0, Kirk Ryder 1-0, Justin Ingram 0-1.

Goalies: RPI, Alex Castronovo, 3 save Jame Manchester, 1 save; St. Lawrence, Jack Nuland, 8 saves; Jeff Goeke, 0 save.

CAZENOVIA 15, SUNY-COBLESKILL 8

CAZENOVIA — Cory Tilton (five goals) and Kyle Kingsley (four goals) combined for nine scores as the Wildcats topped the Fighting Tigers in a NEAC game.

Thomas Farone had three goals to lead the 2-8 Fighting Tigers.

SUNY-Cobleskill 1 2 2 3 —  8

Cazenovia 3 3 5 4 — 15

SUNY-Cobleskill scoring: Thomas Farone 3-1, Rob Neubert 2-2, Garret Petit 2-0, Andrew Delvaille 0-1. Cazenovia scoring: Cory Tilton 4-0, Kyle Kingsley 4-2, Joe Della 2-0, Vincent Halsey 1-1, Wes Lawrence 1-1, Taylor Hastrich 1-0, Tyler Fudzinski 1-0, Alex Marranca 0-1, Tim Mellon 0-1.

Goalies: SUNY-Cobleskill, Eric Randazzo, 11 saves; Cazenovia, Pat Boyle, 12 saves.

RIT 16, SKIDMORE 6

SARATOGA SPRINGS — Eddie Kiesa’s six goals carried RIT (5-0 Liberty League, 13-2 overall) over the Thoroughbreds at Wachenheim Field.

Mike Perlow and JP Sullivan notched two goals each for the 2-3, 4-10 Thoroughbreds.

RIT 4 4 5 3 — 16

Skidmore 2 1 1 2 —  6

RIT scoring: Eddie Kiesa 6-1, Braden Wallace 3-0, Allister Warren 3-0, Jack Krzyston 1-4, Taylor Winsman 1-1, Alec Sulesky 1-1, Jarrett Schmauder 1-0, Kyle Aquin 0-2, Pat McMullan 0-1, Kyle Sterzin 0-1. Skidmore scoring: Mike Perlow 2-0, JP Sullivan 2-0, Jon Hoeg 1-1, Kevin Mulvey 1-0.

Goalies: RIT, Anthony DeLeo, 3 saves; Pat Johnston, 12 saves; Skidmore, Matt Diaco, 10 saves; John Sutherland, 1 save.

Baseball

UNION 5-11, RIT 1-1

ROCHESTER — The Dutchmen, who have the lowest ERA in all of Division III, allowed only two runs and swept the Tigers in a Liberty League double-header at Tiger Stadium.

Dane O’Neil, who has a 0.51 ERA, won the first game, and Phil Kemp won the second game for the Dutchmen (14-2, 17-5), who have won 13 of their last 14 games.

David Peretti drove in three runs with a pair of hits in the second game, when Union pounded 15 hits.

Union 031 010 0 — 5 7 1

RIT 000 010 0 — 1 3 1

O’Neil and Peretti; Leichtenberg and Schworm.

Union 102 030 113 — 11 15 1

RIT 000 100 000 —  1  4 4

Kemp, Pignatello (8), Rhoda (9) and Peretti, Fitzsimmons (7); Burns, Dickinson (8) and Holtby, Battaglia (7).

RPI 2-16, ST. LAWRENCE 1-5

TROY — Senior Mike Campisi threw a complete-game three-hitter, and Shane Matthews hit a pair of home runs, driving in four runs overall, to help the Engineers sweep the Saints.

Chuck Erickson went 4-for-5 and drove in four runs in the nightcap for the 11-5, 19-8 Engineers.

St. Lawrence 000 001 0 — 1 3 1

RPI 010 100 x — 2 5 0

Riley and Fish; Campisi and Kozak.

St. Lawence 200 001 002 —  5 10 2

RPI 306 012 13x — 16 20 1

Schreyack, Dell’Ollio (3), Fernandez (8) and DeLuca, Fish (7); Conroy, Echeverria (2), Schiavone (7) and Kozak, Holomakoff (8).

SKIDMORE 1-3, VASSAR 0-0

SARATOGA SPRINGS — Skidmore pitchers Jordan Keysor and Max Martins each tossed shutouts to help the Thoroughbreds (6-10 Liberty League, 10-15 overall) rec-ord a double-header sweep of the Brewers.

Vassar 000 000 0 — 0 7 1

Skidmore 000 001 x — 1 4 0

Lovizio and Kim; Keysor and Green.

Vassar 000 000 000 — 0 3 2

Skidmorea 001 200 00x — 3 7 0

Mrlik, Frankel (8) and Kim; Martins and Green.

NEW HAVEN 18-8, SAINT ROSE 14-3

ALBANY — New Haven ripped 38 hits and scored 26 runs during a double-header sweep of the Golden Knights.

Caleb Gleason went 4-for-5 with two RBI, and Zac Bellinger drove in three runs with two hits, including a homer, in the first game for the 3-16, 6-33 Golden Knights.

New Haven 074 211 012 — 18 23 2

Saint Rose 002 002 370 — 14 16 3

Hirsch, Moriarty (7), Caselli (8), Lewicki (8), Jay (9) and Romanelli; Carr, Ramon (4), Schwartz (7) and Capone, Griffin, (5).

New Haven 000 001 133 — 8 15 2

Saint Rose 000 100 200 — 3 10 1

Simone, Vlacha (7), Melville (8) and Riccio; Zdanowski, Pokrentowski (7), DeFruscio (8) and Capone.

HVCC 12-10, ACC 5-12

QUEENSBURY — Anthony Scaccia belted two home runs, driving in three, in the first game to help the Vikings earn a split of their double-header.

Charles Parslow was 5-for-8 with three RBI, and John Craig was 4-for-9 with six RBI for the Vikings.

HVCC 010 100 37 — 12 14 2

ACC 000 203 00 —  5  8 0

McGowan, Brienza (5), Kramer (6), Verschelden (7) and Adams; Downes, Kunzmann (7) and Nassivera.

HVCC 240 211 0 — 10 14 2

ACC 120 081 x — 12  6 2

Scaccia, Sunkes (3), Hudson (5), Helenek (5), Shelton (5), Viola (5) and Adams; Lemanski and Nassivera.

UALBANY 23-5, HARTFORD 8-11

ALBANY — Greg Muller went 4-for-5 with seven RBI, and Fonda-Fultonville’s Josh Nethaway went 3-for-4 with his third home run of the season to lift the Great Danes (9-8, 15-16-1) to a win in the first game and a split of their double-header.

Hartford 001 111 4 —  8 12 4

UAlbany 850 415 x — 23 20 4

Gauthier, Robarge (2), Corsi (3), Melin (5) and Walker; Graham, DeCelle (6) and Harasia, Bukas (7).

Hartford 000 251 210 — 11 12 0

UAlbany 010 001 003 —  5  9 1

Hunter, Mannucia (8) and Alfonso; Zielinski, Jaurique (5), Carey (7) and Lepre.

Softball

UALBANY 8-8, UMBC 0-0

ALBANY — Freshman Annie Johnson went 5-for-5 with five stolen bases, and UAlbany pitchers tossed a pair of shutouts to lift the Great Danes (10-1 America East Conference, 27-10 overall) to a double-header sweep.

UMBC 000 00 — 0 5 3

UAlbany 134 0x — 8 7 0

Ionata, Clark (3) and Sganga; MacFawn, Ostrom (4) and Stout.

UMBC 000 00 — 0 3 1

UAlany 204 02 — 8 9 1

Brown and Hall; MacFawn and Apostolina.

ROCHESTeR 6-11, UNION 3-3

ROCHESTER — Nina Korn hit a pair of home runs, driving in six, to help the Yellowjackets sweep the Dutchwomen at Southside Field.

Union fell to 4-4 in the Liberty League and 10--19 overall.

Union 012 000 0 — 3 9 2

Rochester 311 100 x — 6 6 1

WP—Gage. LP—Wolejko.

Union 100 11 —  3  5 2

Rochester 011 63 — 11 14 2

WP—Wayson. LP—Logan.

NEW HAVEN 3-7, SAINT ROSE 0-0

NEW HAVEN, Conn. — Freshman Nicole King tossed a no-hitter with nine strikeouts in the nightcap, and senior Ashlee Frazier fired a two-hit shutout in the opener as New Haven swept a double-header from the Golden Knights (0-13,

4-20).

Saint Rose 000 000 0 — 0 2 2

New Haven 000 120 x — 3 3 0

Frazier and Williams; Stonesifer and B. Fisher.

Saint Rose 000 000 0 — 0 0 2

New Haven 001 213 x — 7 8 1

Carey, Wickham (6) and Williams; King and B. Fisher.

SIENA 16-7, RIDER 0-6

NIAGARA — Siena belted four home runs — by Paige Lloyd, Mikayla Searight, Shannon Jones and Abby Carpenter — and scored 23 runs in a double-header sweep of the Purple Eagles.

Jones and Carpenter each had three hits and three RBI in the nightcap for the 3-2, 11-21 Saints.

Rider 011 110 2 — 6 10 3

Siena 200 013 1 — 7 14 4

Meagher and Breeden; Lancaster, Sandrini (4) and Volz.

Rider 000 00 —  0  3 2

Siena 607 3x — 16 19 0

Paul, Meagher (1) and Breeden; Sandrini and Volz.

ST. LAWRENCE 8-9, SKIDMORE 5-0

SARATOGA SPRINGS — St. Lawrence pounded 22 hits and swept the Thoroughbreds (9-25).

St. Lawrence 100 104 2 — 8 12 3

Skidmore 000 140 0 — 5  7 4

Plimpton and Cavellier; Sorochka and Brown.

St. Lawrence 231 21 — 9 10 0

Skidmore 000 00 — 0  2 3

McGinley and Cavellier; McGinley and Brown.

RPI 8-15, RIT 7-5

ROCHESTER — Gillian McCarthy went 4-6 with two homers and five RBI to spark the Engineers (6-2 Liberty League, 21-8 overall) to a sweep of the Tigers.

RPI 520 000 1 — 8  7 1

RIT 006 001 0 — 7 10 3

Weltzin, Osmanski (7) and Ten Eyck; Dixon and McManus.

RPI 329 10 — 15 14 1

RIT 202 01 —  5  7 1

Weltzin, Hepworth (3) and Ten Eyck; Comus, Dixon (4) and McManus.

SAGE 7-7, MSV 1-1

TROY — Senior pitcher Kelsey Newberg collected her 27th career victory to tie the Gators’ all-time

record, as Sage (8-4, 18-15) cel-ebrated its senior day with a double-header sweep.

MSV 001 000 0 — 1  2 2

Sage 003 004 x — 7 10 1

Davis and Kirrane; Kovage and Gaulin.

MSV 000 001 0 — 1  3 2

Sage 430 000 x — 7 14 1

Cuccio, Davis (2) and Kirrane; Newberg, Smith (6) and Gaulin.

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