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Area colleges: UAlbany lacrosse team extends winning streak

Sunday, April 7, 2013
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ALBANY — Riding the crest of Friday night’s upset of 10th-ranked Johns Hopkins, the University at Albany men’s lacrosse team ran its winning streak to four games Sunday by crushing Hartford, 24-11, in an America East Conference game at John Fallon Field.

Lyle Thompson finished with four goals and three assists, and Kevin McNalll, John Maloney, Tim Cox and Will Fuller each added three goals for the Great Danes, who are 2-0 in the conference and 8-3 overall.

Hartford 3 5 1 2 — 11

UAlbany 3 8 5 8 — 24

Hartford scoring: Jared Franze 3-0, Rory Nunamacher 2-0, Garrett Dollard 1-2, Jack Bobzien 1-1, Austin Gorman 1-0, Adam Yee 1-0, Andrew Cacchio 1-0, Matt Carroll 1-0, James Murphy 0-1, Kevin O’Shea 0-1. UAlbany scoring: Lyle Thompson 4-3, Kevin McNally 3-2, John Maloney 3-0, Tim Cox 3-0, Will Fuller 3-0, Ty Thompson 2-3, Miles Thompson 2-0, Derrick Eccles 2-0, Eric Cantor 1-0, Mic DeBellis 1-0, Ruan Feuerstein 0-1, Kevin Glueckert 0-1, Matt Mackenzie 0-1, Will Steinberg 0-1.

Goalies: Hartford, Frank Piechota, 15 saves; Dan Zenevitch, 1 save. UAlbany, Blaze Riordan, 7 saves; Rayn Ricciardelli, 0 saves.

Baseball

UAlbany 4, Stony Brook 3

ALBANY — The Great Danes scored all of their runs in the fourth inning, helped by a wild pitch and a throwing error, to complete a three-game sweep of the Seawolves.

Junior Kevin Archbold struck out a career-high six in relief for UAlbany (11-13, 7-5 America East Conference).

Stony Brook 100 011 000 — 3 8 2

UAlbany 000 400 00x — 4 5 3

Zamora, Mason (8) and Italiano; Stinar, Archbold (4), Carey (8) and Harasta, Lepre.

Union 10-10, Rochester 1-2

AMSTERDAM — Anders Goetz belted a grand slam in the seventh inning of the first game, and Sam Caruso hit a two-run homer in the second game as the Dutchmen swept a Liberty League double-header at Shuttleworth Park.

Vincent Esposito went 6-for-9 with a double in the two games. and Tyler Heck was 4-for-5 in the nightcap as Union improved to 10-4.

Union 013 000 6 — 10 9 1

Rochester 000 001 0 —  1 6 6

Roberts and Peretti; King, Sullivan (5) and Schultz.

Union 213 002 000 — 10 17 1

Rochester 000 010 010 —  2 12 0

Faber, McGavick (7), Pignatello (8),

Rhoda (9) and Peretti, Worley; Cool, Diller (4), Crean (9) and Garry.

Saint Rose 7-6, Stonehill 6-6

EASTON. Mass. — Sophomore Luke Nethaway (Fonda) raced home from third on a bunt by A.J. Capone in the bottom of the 10th inning in the first game to help the Golden Knights come away with a split.

Kyle Charron (LaSalle) and Derek Reed both went 3-for-5 in the opener for the Golden Knights (5-26, 2-10 Northeast-10 Conference).

Saint Rose 400 000 020 1 — 7 14 0

Stonehill 100 000 113 0 — 6 12 0

Carr, Pokrentowski (8), DeFruscio (9) and Burrows; Soulier, Rougeot (8) and Anziano, Hocking (8).

Saint Rose 003 010 000 — 4 6 1

Stonehill 022 000 02x — 6 8 0

Johnson, Pokrentowski (4) and Griffin; Horan, Pike (8), Rugel (9) and Hocking.

RPI 4-11, Vassar 6-10

TROY — Freshman Nick Annunziata singled in the game-winning run in the seventh inning of Game 2 to give the Engineers a Liberty League split with the Brewers.

Annunziata also hit a home run in the third inning, senior jonny Rio belted a two-run HR and Chuck Erickson had a solo shot for the Engineers (12-7, 5-5 LL).

Vassar 210 201 0 — 6 9 1

RPI 001 200 1 — 4 5 2

Lovizio and Kim; Jensen, Schiavone (4) and Kozak.

Vassar 041 030 200 — 10 14 4

RPI 301 006 10x — 11 16 5

Mrlik, Hood (6), Cucalon (6) and Kim; Rao, Gallagher (5) and Galluppi.

SCCC 8-10, FMCC 1-5

SCHENECTADY — Nick

McKinney had a pair of RBI singles during an eight-run fourth inning in Game 1, and delivered a two-run double in a four-run first inning in the nightcap as the Royals swept an Region III double-header.

Dan Saccocio had a two-run double in the big fourth inning for SCCC (3-3 Region III, 11-4 overall). Joe Marcello added a two-run double. The Royals, who had seven hits in the game, collected six hits in the fourth.

Tom Verret had a double and single in Game 2 for SCCC, which had an 8-0 lead after four innings. Mike Crisorio added two singles.

FMCC 000 010 0 — 1 6 4

SCCC 000 800 x — 8 7 1

Pechtel and Melendez; Stuart and Paskevich.

FMCC 000 001 4 —  5 7 4

SCCC 430 012 x — 10 9 3

Ford, Kelly (2) and Selano; Church, Flansburg (6) and Verret.

Hudson Valley CC 1-5, Herkimer County CC 4-4

TROY — Alex Lushkevich of Saratoga Springs scored the game-winning run on a wild pitch in the bottom of the seventh in the nightcap to give the Vikings a split with the Generals.

Andy Kozak and John Craig of Shenendehowa each had RBI doubles in the second game for the Vikings (2-4), and Anthony Scaccia of Voorheesville chipped in with a two-run single.

Herkimer County CC 300 001 0 — 4 8 0

Hudson Valley CC 000 010 0 — 1 6 1

Burch, Overstreet (5) and Stevener; McGowan, Viola (6), Gallup (7) and Craig.

Herkimer County CC 000 200 2 — 4 12 0

Hudson Valley CC 101 002 1 — 5  8 0

Watson, Lyman (5) and Overstreet; Kramer, Verschelden (4), Brienza (6) and Craig.

Softball

UAlbany 8-8, Maine 2-4

ORONO, Maine — The Great Danes set a program record with their 13th consecutive victory in sweeping the Black Bears.

Junior Brittany MacFawn scattered six hits and finished her 15th complete game of the season in Game 1, and Charlise Castro hit a three-run homer — her 15th

career HR — in Game 2 for the Danes (18-7, 5-0 America East).

Emily Ostrom picked up eighth win of the year in the opener.

Saint Rose 4-2, Saint Michael’s 2-1

COLCHESTER, Vt. — Soph­omore Anna Carey of East Greenbush pitched a three-hitter in the second game to complete a Northeast-10 Conference sweep by the Golden Knights.

Alexis Williams hit a two-run homer for the Knights (7-16, 5-8 NE-10) in the second game.

Saint Rose 002 200 0 — 4 7 0

Saint Michael’s 000 011 0 — 2 8 1

WP — Wickham. LP — Frank.

Saint Rose 000 200 0 — 2 5 1

Saint Michael’s 000 000 1 — 1 3 1

WP — Carey. LP — Niles.

Seton Hall 14, Siena 10

LOUDONVILLE — Sarah Haefeli went 3-for-3 with a home run and five RBI as the Pirates outslugged the Saints in a non-conference game.

Paige Lloyd cracked a three-run homer for the Saints (6-19), who are 2-23 overall against Big East teams, and Shannon Jones added a solo shot.

The Saints broke a 26-inning scoreless streak when they pushed across two runs in the third inning.

Seton Hall 204 412 1 — 14 14 3

Siena 002 161 0 — 10  9 2

DeMasi, DeStaso (1), Moses (6) and Sanbower; Edwards, Lancaster (5) and Volz.

Union 9-0, St. Lawrence 1-6

SCHENECTADY — Samantha Chevalier belted a two-run home run, and Alyssa Wolejko added a two-run double in the first game as the Dutchwomen split a Liberty League double-header.

Allyson Stasts scattered six hits in five innings to get the win for Union (6-13, 1-1 LL).

St. Lawrence 100 00 — 1  6 0

Union 232 2x — 9 13 0

McGinley and Cavellier; Staats and O’Brien.

St. Lawrence 040 020 0 — 6 11 0

Union 000 000 0 — 0  5 2

Plimpton and Cavellier; Logan, Wolejko (5) and Palleschi.

RPI 10-5, Skidmore 0-1

TROY — The Engineers ran their Liberty League record to a 3-1 with a sweep of the Thoroughbreds.

Gillian McCarthy belted a two-run home run in the first game for RPI (14-6 overall), and Charlene Osmanski scatter five hits in the nightcap.

Aimee Konet went 3-for-3 in the opener, and had a two-run double on the second game for the Eng­ineers.

Skidmore 000 00 —  0 5 2

RPI 130 6x — 10 9 2

Schwartz and Brown; Weltzin, Hepworth (5) and Ten Eyck.

Skidmore 000 100 0 — 1 5 2

RPI 300 011 x — 5 7 2

Sorochka and Brown; Osmanski and Ten Eyck.

Farmingdale 4-7, Sage 3-6

FARMINGDALE — Farmingdale scored six runs in the sixth inning of the second game to complete a Skyline Conference sweep.

Rachel Smith went 2-for-3 with a double in the opener for Sage (9-13, 2-4 Skyline) and Kristen Beikirch had two doubles, a single and three RBI in the nightcap.

Sage 001 000 2 — 3 9 2

Farmingdale 011 002 x — 4 8 1

Kovage and Gaulin; Tedeschi and

Anderson.

Sage 040 110 0 — 6 9 1

Farmingdale 100 006 x — 7 7 0

Newberg and Gaulin; Webb, Tedeschi (3) and Anderson.

SUNY-Cobleskill 4-2, Keuka 1-4

KEUKA PARK — Brianne Gray threw a three-hitter and struck out eight in the first game as the Fighting Tigers earned a North Eastern Athletic Conference split with the Storm.

The triple by Madeline DeMilio, an RBI single by Mattea Bagley and a run-scoring double by Kelsey DeZalia of voorheesville gave the Tigers (4-8, 2-2 NEAC) a 3-0 lead after three innings.

Erin Wadsworth (Ichabod Crane) struck out 13 in a losing effort in the second game.

SUNY-Cobleskill 102 001 0 — 4 8 1

Keuka 000 000 1 — 1 3 2

Gray and Springer; Gravel, Warren (6) and Evangelista.

SUNY-Cobleskill 001 001 0 — 2 7 1

Keuka 003 001 x — 4 4 1

Wadsworth and DeMilio; Warren and Evangeslita, Proper.

Hudson Valley CC 8-3, SUNY-Delhi 3-4

DELHI — Columbia High School graduate Alyssa Hand had two doubles and two RBI, and Maggie Hill of Maple Hill picked up her first career win as the Vikings split a double-header with the Broncos.

Meghan Roullier (Columbia) had two hits in each game for the Vikings.

 
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