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CSR comes back to beat Franklin Pierce, 68-59

Sunday, February 3, 2013
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— The College of Saint Rose women held Franklin Pierce to 20 percent shooting from the field in the second half to come back and upset the Ravens, 68-59, in a Northeast-10 Conference game at Nolan Gym on Saturday afternoon.

Franklin Pierce had a 51-43 lead with 10:12 left, but the Godlen Knights went on an 11-2 run that included four free throws by Holy Names graduate Jessica Walton to take a 54-53 lead, and never trailed again.

Walton finished with 10 points, Mariah Lesure had 23 and 11 rebounds, Desiree Simmons scored 11 and Gabie Polce had 10.

The Golden Knights improved to 4-11 in the conference and 7-12, and the Ravens fell to 10-5 and 13-6.

Saint Rose made 26 of 31 (83.9 percent) of its free throws.

FRANKLIN PIERCE

Martelle 7-4-20, Johnson 6-4-17, Charette 2-4-8, Gardner 2-1-6, Saab 1-2-4, Hopkins 1-0-2, Long 1-0-2. Totals: 20-15-59.

SAINT ROSE

Lesure 9-5-23, Simmons 3-5-11, Walton 1-8-10, Polce 2-6-10, O’Shea 1-2-5, Sanchez 2-0-4, Hansen 1-0-3, Bini 1-0-2. Totals: 20-26-68.

Halftime: Franklin Pierce 38, CSR 32. Three-point goals: Martelle 2, Johnson, Gardner, O’Shea, Hansen.

RIT 84, RENSSELAER 78

ROCHESTER — Courtney Tennant had 25 points and 15 rebounds as Rochester Institute of Technology defeated Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in a Liberty League game.

Tennant was 11-for-17 from the field.

Leslie Havens also scored 25 points for the Tigers (4-7, 7-11), who outrebounded the Engineers, 58-26.

Sarah Wetmore led Rensselaer (5-5, 11-8) with 24 points, eight rebounds and six assists.

Bailei Tetrault scored 13 points for the Engineers, who trailed at halftime, 47-39, and Amanda Lynch added 11.

RENSSELAER

Wetmore 8-4-24, Tetrault 5-2-13, Lynch 5-1-11, Reynolds 1-4-6, Rock 4-2-10, Dunbar 3-0-8, Clough 3-0-6. Totals: 29-13-78.

RIT

Havens 7-10-25, Tennant 11-3-25, Kramer 2-3-8, McLean 2-2-6, Wheeler 1-2-4, Wolcott 2-0-4, Palmitesso 2-0-4, Mad. Apperson 1-2-4, Mal. Apperson 2-0-4. Totals: 30-22-84.

Halftime: RIT 47, Rensselaer 39. Three-point goals: Wetmore 4, Tetrault, Dunbar 2, Havens, Kramer.

WILLIAM SMITH 66, SKIDMORE 62

GENEVA — Sydni Salvatore scored 25 points, and Chloe Hayter scored 21 to lead William Smith to a Liberty League victory over Skidmore.

Logan Frederick scored 17 points for the Thoroughbreds, who fell to 9-3 in the league and 11-10 overall.

Skidmore was within 56-54 late in the game, but the Herons (7-4, 13-7) scored the next five points for a 61-54 lead with 55 seconds left.

SKIDMORE

Frederick 7-3-17, McLaughlin 4-2-13, Wartts 3-3-9, Botiba 3-0-6, Conway 2-0-4, Gile 1-0-3, DeGregory 1-0-3, Caligaris 1-0-3, Scheuerell 1-0-2, Davis 1-0-2. Totals: 24-8-62.

WILLIAM SMITH

Salvatore 7-8-25, Hayter 9-3-21, Murphy 2-2-6, Borenstein 2-0-5, O’Brien 2-0-4, Rubin 0-3-3, Breen 0-2-2. Totals: 22-18-66.

Halftime: Skidmore 29, William Smith 27. Three-point goals: McLaughlin 3, Gile, DeGregory, Caligaris, Salvatore 3, Borenstein.

MT. ST. MARY 55, SAGE 45

NEWBURGH — The Sage Colleges gave Mt. St. Mary a good

run, leading at halftime, 25-22, but couldn’t hold off the Skyline Conf-erence leader.

Mohonasen graduate Lea McClain scored nine of her 14 points in the first half for the Gators (4-7, 7-12).

Rottisha Lewis scored 13 points for Mt. St. Mary, which improved to 11-1 in the conference and 14-7 overall.

Kimberly Douglass added 11 points for Mt. St. Mary.

SAGE

McClain 4-4-14, Bowman 1-2-4, Martin 1-0-2, Tironi 1-2-4, Jefferson 2-3-7, Leslie 0-1-1, Houle 3-0-9, Race 2-0-4. Totals: 14-12-45.

MT. ST. MARY

Perrone 4-2-10, McCullough 0-1-1, Lewis 4-5-13, Metzger 2-4-8, Smith 3-2-10, Douglass 3-5-11, Candarelli 1-0-2. Totals: 17-19-55.

Halftime: Sage College 25, Mt. St. Mary 22. Three-point goals: McClain 2, Houle 3, Smith 2.

LANCASTER BIBLE 59, SUNY-COBLESKILL 54

LANCASTER, Pa. — Lauren Heliger and Brooklyn Wilson each scored 16 points as Lancaster Bible College held off SUNY-Cobleskill to improve to 12-2 in the North Eastern Athletic Conference and 16-4 overall.

Heidi Anderson scored scored 20 points for Cobleskill (5-8, 6-13), and Alexis Hauser had 10 points and eight rebounds.

SUNY-COBLESKILL

Anderson 6-5-20, Porterfield 5-0-10, Hauser 4-2-10, Davis 2-3-7, Schiebel 2-0-4, Efthimiou 1-0-3. Totals: 20-10-54.

LANCASTER BIBLE

Wilson 5-4-16, Heliger 6-3-16, Folger 4-5-13, Heilenman 4-2-10, Lloyd 1-1-3, Williams 0-1-1. Totals: 20-16-59.

Halftime: Lancaster Bible 30, SUNY-Cobleskill 25. Three-point goals: Anderson 3, Efthimiou, Wilson 2, Heliger.

ACP 67, ST. JOSEPH’S (N.Y.) 48

ALBANY — Alyson Johnson scored 22 points to lead Albany College of Pharmacy to a victory over St. Joseph’s.

Kelsey Johnson scored 13 points for ACP, which improved to 13-.

Alexa Schooley scored 11, and Taylor Sullivan added 10.

Kelly McNamee scored 17 points, and Taylor Raccuglia scored 14 for St. Joseph’s, which fell to 12-10.

ST. JOSEPH’S

McNamee 7-3-17, Raccuglia 4-6-14, Mangan 3-0-8, Doran 2-0-4, Retas 0-3-3, Moran 1-0-2. Totals: 17-12-48.

ACP

A. Johnson 6-5-22, K. Johnson 4-5-13, Schooley 4-3-11, Sullivan 3-4-10, Serley 1-3-5, McKeel 2-0-4, Whitton 1-0-2. Totals: 21-20-67.

Halftime: Albany College of Pharmacy 36, St. Joseph’s 22. Three-point goals: Mangan 2, A. Johnson 5,

mohawk valley cc 76, hudson valley cc 48

TROY — Mohawk Valley Community College defeated Hudson Valley Community College to improve to 19-2.

Troy High School graduate Rose LaPietra and Duanesburg High graduate Samantha Tomeck each scored 16 points for Hudson Valley (8-12).

Schenectady grad Raeshelle Frasier had nine points and 12

rebounds for the Vikings.

Men

RENSSELAER 88, RIT 75

ROCHESTER — Brendan Farley scored 20 points to lead Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute to a Liberty League victory over Rochester Institute of Technology.

The Engineers, who scored 50 points in the second half after having led by just two at halftime, improved to 5-5 in the league and 10-9 overall.

Eric Travis scored 17 points for RIT (2-9-14).

RENSSELAER

Farley 6-7-20, Gendron 3-0-8, Zajac 1-5-7, Martin 3-1-9, Harrington 2-0-5, White 3-2-8, Hatcher 2-2-7, Dempsey 0-6-6, Dugas 2-0-6, Cardenas 1-2-5, Hatton 0-4-4, Almodovar 1-0-3, Boeglin 1-0-2. Totals: 25-29-88.

RIT

Travis 8-1-17, Balenton 5-1-12, D’Amico 3-0-7, Dobson 3-0-6, Reagan 1-0-3, Lynch 6-1-13, Scott 3-0-7, Reinert 2-0-4, Canestro 1-0-3, Seaberry 1-0-2, Davis 0-1-1. Totals: 33-4-75.

Halftime: Rensselaer 38, RIT 36. Three-point goals: Farley. Gendron 2, Martin 2, Harrington, Hatcher, Dugas 2, Cardenas, Almodovar, Balenton, D’Amico, Reagan, Scott, Canestro.

FRANKLIN PIERCE 78, saint rose 65

ALBANY — Franklin Pierce made 51.9 percent (28-for-54) from the field, including 15-for-24 (62.5) in the second half, to beat The

College of Saint Rose in a Northeast-10 Conference game.

Ryen Vilmont was 8-for-12 and scored 25 points for Franklin Pierce (11-4, 14-5), and Eric Jean-Guillaume scored 18.

Tyler Sayre led the Golden Knights (7-8, 10-9) with 18 points, and Dominykas Milka scored 17.

FRANKLIN PIERCE

Vilmont 8-4-25, Jean-Guillaume 9-0-18, Cooper 2-5-9, Blackwood 2-3-8, Papepetrou 2-0-5, Lessane 2-0-4, Christian 1-1-4, Tavares-Taylor 1-0-3, Ndoumbe Ngollo 1-0-2. Totals: 28-13-78.

SAINT ROSE

Sayre 8-2-18, Milka 7-3-17, Dorgler 4-3-11, Thomas 3-2-9, Mundweiler 2-0-6, Wilson 1-0-2, Pope 1-0-2. Totals: 26-10-65.

Halftime: Franklin Pierce 37, CSR 32. Three-point goals: Vilmont 5, Blackwood, Papepetrou, Christian, Tavares-Taylor, Thomas, Mundweiler 2.

HOBART 65, SKIDMORE 51

GENEVA — Hobart took an early lead and never gave it up in beating Skidmore in a Liberty League game.

Stefan Thompson scored 23 points for Hobart (9-1, 13-6), and Aldin Medunjanin led the Thoroughbreds (8-4, 14-7) with 16 points.

SKIDMORE

Medunjanin 3-10-16, Brooks 3-5-11, Dahill 3-2-8, Merrill 1-3-5, Sithole 2-0-4, Lowry 1-1-3, Howard 1-0-2, Yiljep 0-2-2. Totals: 14-23-51.

HOBART

Thompson 7-6-23, Davis 4-0-10, Gibbons 3-2-8, Bonney 2-3-7, Peer 2-3-7, Rehbaum 2-0-5, Smothers 1-1-3, Blanding 1-0-2. Totals: 22-15-65.

Halftime: Hobart 29, Skidmore 21. Three-point goals: Thompson 3, Davis 2, Rehbaum.

LANCASTER BIBLE 81, SUNY-COBLESKILL 65

LANCASTER, Pa. — Lancaster Bible (3-9, 3-18) snapped a five-game losing streak by beating SUNY-Cobleskill in a North Eastern Conference game.

CJ Dunston scored 19 points, and Dan Karl and Jon Bird each scored

16 points for Lancaster Bible, and Alexis Nunez led Cobleskill (3-8, 5-16) with 16 points and five assists.

SUNY-COBLESKILL

Nunez 7-1-16, Woods 5-2-12, Davis 4-0-10, Jeffres 4-0-9, Mitchell 2-3-7, Marcelin 3-0-6, Brown 0-5-5. Totals: 25-11-65.

LANCASTER BIBLE

Dunston 6-4-19, Karl 6-0-16, Bird 7-2-16, Perry 5-0-10, Keltner 3-2-10, Roundy 2-1-5, Long 1-0-2, Leonard 1-0-2, Wilson 0-1-1. Totals: 31-10-81.

Halftime: Lancaster Bible 38, SUNY-Cobleskill 29. Three-point goals: Nunez, Davis 2, Jeffres, Dunston 3, Karl 4, Keltner 2.

hudson valley cc 74, mohawk valley cc 66

TROY — Mohonasen graduate Jeffrey Kruzinski made all five of his three-point attempts, scored 19 points and helped spark an 18-1 run in the second half as Hudson Valley Community College (15-10) defeated Mohawk Valley Community College (11-8).

Jeremy Taylor had 15 points and 12 rebounds for the Vikings, and Shenendehowa grad Jose Reyes had 15 points and seven assists.

MVCC

Louis 3-3-10, Pennock 6-2-16, Pearce 6-1-15, Barlow 1-0-3, Burton 1-3-5. Totals: 19-8-66.

HVCC

Kruzinski 5-4-19, Reyes 4-6-15, Taylor 4-7-15, Krimsky 3-0-6, Williams 3-6-12. Totals: 19-23-74.

Three-point goals: Louis, Pennock 2, Pearce 2, Barlow, Kruzinski 5, Reyes.

ST. JOSEPH’S (N.Y.) 81, ACP 61

ALBANY — Jan Rogowski led five St. Joseph’s players in double figures with 17 points in a win over Albany College of Pharmacy.

Casey Redfern scored 17 points for Pharmacy (12-4), which trailed at halftime, 48-23.

ST. JOSEPH’S

Rogowski 6-0-17, Louison 6-4-16, O’Neill 5-3-15, Megafu 5-4-14, Maddox 4-2-10, Labady 2-0-4, Marino 2-0-4, Duff 0-1-1. Totals: 30-14-81.

ACP

Redfern 4-7-17, McVaigh 4-2-12, Okafor 4-2-10, Tremblay 3-2-8, Brown 3-0-6, Nolan 1-0-2, Henderson 0-2-2, Britt 1-0-2, Beyer 0-1-1, Bressack 0-1-1. Totals: 20-17-61.

Halftime: St. Joseph’s 48, ACP 23. Three-point goals: Rogowski 5, O’Neill 2, Redfern 2, McVaigh 2.

MT. ST. MARY 68, SAGE COLLEGES 66

NEWBURGH — Donte Howell made a layup with four seconds left for the winning basket, and Jeff Stopera missed a three-pointer at the buzzer to preserve a win for Mt. St. Mary in the Skyline Conf-erence.

Mt. St. Mary (11-4, 14-7) tied it at 66-66 on a three by Lenny Ragaglia with 22 seconds left.

Mason Horne scored 24 points for Sage (5-9, 10-11), and Matt

Farbotko and Will Hennep scored 12 each.

Howell scored 19 points for Mt. St. Mary.

The game was close throughout and tied at halftime, 32-32.

SAGE COLLEGES

Stopera 3-0-9, Horne 10-3-24, LaBelle 2-0-5, Farbotko 3-6-12, Sager 1-0-2, Hennep 3-4-12, Sopchak 3-4-12. Totals: 23-13-66.

MT. ST. MARY

Howell 6-6-19, Stabach 3-0-8, Straub 2-2-7, Henain 3-2-8, Cipriano 1-0-2, Ragaglia 2-0-6, Frey 7-0-14, Phillips 1-0-2, Steyer 1-0-2. Totals: 26-10-68.

Halftime: Sage 32, Mt. St. Mary 32. Three-point goals: Stopera 3, Horne, LaBelle, Hennep 2, Sopchak 2, Howell, Stabach 2, Straub, Ragaglia 2.

 
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