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UAlbany rally comes up a goal short against Maryland in men's lacrosse

UAlbany rally comes up a goal short against Maryland in men's lacrosse

Marr: 'This lesson will hopefully carry us as we continue to grow as a team'
UAlbany rally comes up a goal short against Maryland in men's lacrosse
UAlbany’s Corey Yunker is seen in the Feb. 29 game against Harvard.
Photographer: Erica Miller

COLLEGE PARK, Md. — Logan Wisnauskas had five goals and three assists, and Jared Bernhardt collected four goals and two assists as fourth-ranked Maryland held off a late UAlbany run to pull out a 14-13 men’s college lacrosse non-league victory on Saturday at Maryland Stadium.

The Great Danes (2-3) outscored the Terrapins (5-1) 5-1 in the fourth quarter. 

“I am certainly very proud of our effort today; we learned a lot about each other today,” UAlbany head coach Scott Marr said. “Down 8-2, we outscored Maryland 11-6, but unfortunately, we couldn’t pull even in the last seconds. This lesson will hopefully carry us as we continue to grow as a team.”

Tehoka Nanticoke paced the Great Danes with five goals and an assist. Graydon Hogg added four goals and an assist.
The Great Danes open America East play next Saturday at UMass Lowell.

UAlbany    2 4 2 5 — 13
Maryland    6 3 4 1 — 14

UAlbany scoring: Nanticoke 5-1, Hogg 4-1, Yunker 2-1, Noah 1-1, Piseno 1-0, Patterson 0-3, Bradley 0-1, Casey 0-1, Goldsmith 0-1, John 0-1. Maryland scoring: Wisnauskas 5-3, Bernhardt 4-2, Maltz 3-0, DeMaio 1-1, Coffman 1-0, Brennan 0-2, Geppert 0-1, Long 0-1, Smith 0-1. Goalies: UAlbany, Siekierski, 13 saves. Maryland, McNaney, 11 saves.

ST. JOHN’S 16, SIENA 9

QUEENS — The Red Storm outscored the Saints 8-3 in the second half to break open the game and take a non-conference victory.

Mike Madsen scored six goals and an assists for St. John’s (3-3).

Jack Kiernan led Siena (2-3) with three goals and two assists.

Siena    5 1 1 2 —  9
St. John’s    2 6 5 3 — 16

Siena scoring: Kiernan 3-2, Rusnak 2-0, Pantalone 1-1, Lantieri 1-0, Habich 1-0, Watts 1-0. St. John’s scoring: M. Madsen 6-1, J. Madsen 3-0, Huber 2-0, Carreras 2-0, Schaeffer 2-0, Galligan 1-0, Duncan 0-2, Willis 0-1, Oehl 0-1, Dugenio 0-1. Goalies: Siena, Tebbano, 13 saves. St. John’s, Agres, 9 saves.

Women

UALBANY 19, CANISIUS 8

ALBANY — A balanced scoring output from the Great Danes helped them to a win in their home opener.

Ally Alliegro scored three goals with two assists for UAlbany (2-2). Kyla Zapolski added three goals, and Sam Tortora collected two goals and an assist. Ten Great Danes scored in the first half.

“What an awesome home opener,” UAlbany head coach Katie Rowan Thomson said. “It was a true team win and the players came out with great energy. It’s always nice to have so many different scorers, and the defense played at such a high level and pushed transition. We’re excited to get back to work to prepare for the upcoming week.”

UAlbany visits Siena for a 3 p.m. game Wednesday.

Canisius    3 5 —  8
UAlbany    11 8 — 19

Canisius scoring: Cummings 2-1, Stachura 2-0, Smolensky 2-0, Malvaso 1-0, Malvaso 1-0. UAlbany scoring: Alliegro 3-2, Zapolski 3-0, Tortora 2-1, Falk 2-0, Futia 1-2, Imbo 1-1, Newman 1-1, Carroll 1-0, Stack 1-0, Rurka 1-0, Canning 1-0 Werlau 1-0, Sancilio 1-0, Marr 0-1, Santana 0-1. Goalies: Canisius, Gilbert, 9 saves; Van Kessel, 2 saves. UAlbany, Schneidereith, 0 saves; Leghart, 3 saves.

SIENA 11, WAGNER 8

LOUDONVILLE — Kaitlyn Dowseett and Mary Soures scored three goals apiece to lead the Saints to a non-conference win at Hickey Field.

Kerry Gerety added two goals and two assists for Siena (3-3).

Wagner    4 4 —  8
Siena    5 6 — 11

Wagner scoring: Kerstetter 4-2, Seims 2-0, Peluso 1-0, Dorney 1-0. Siena scoring: Dowsett 3-0, Soures 3-0, Gerety 2-2, Brennan 1-2, Pelcher 1-1, McNeely 1-0. Goalies: Wagner, DiStefano, 9 saves. Siena, Mervine, 11 saves.

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