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Hobart outlasts Union in 2OT, 85-82

Wednesday, February 6, 2013
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— Connor Rehbaum made a pair of free throws with seven seconds remaining to clinch an 85-82 double-overtime victory for Hobart over Union College in a Liberty League men’s basketball game Tuesday night.

Hobart head coach Mike Neer notched his 600th career win, while senior Stefan Thompson scored a career-high 30 points and became the seventh Statesman to record 1,500 career points.

Hobart rallied from a nine-point deficit in regulation to send the game into the first overtime when Thompson hit a foul shot with 11.8 seconds left.

In the first OT, Thompson’s jumper with eight seconds left pushed the Statesmen into a second extra period.

Senior Keven Donohue topped the Dutchmen (9-3 Liberty League, 17-4 overall) with 28 points and 12 rebounds. He now has 1,414 career points, becoming the sixth Dutchman to score 1,400 or more points. He is 12 points behind Sam Poulis for fifth place on the team’s all-time scoring list.

UNION

Donohue 10-7-28, Winney 6-0-13, Mason 4-2-12, Whelpley 4-0-8, Callies 2-2-6, Petrone 2-1-5, DeBisschiop 2-1-5, Croll 1-0-3, Shorey 1-0-2. Totals: 32-63 13-25 82.

HOBART

Thompson 9-8-30, Bonney 6-4-16, Gibbons 5-4-14, Rehbaum 3-2-11, Davis 2-2-8, Smothers 2-0-4, Peer 1-0-2. Totals: 27-68 22-29 85.

Halftime: Union, 37-31. Regulation: Union 70, Hobart 70. First OT, Union 77, Hobart 77. Three-point goals: Mason 2, Donohue, Winney, Croll, Thompson 4, Rehbaum 3, Davis 2.

RPI 85, VASSAR 76

TROY — Brendan Farley scored 22 points, and 13 other Engineers scored in a Liberty League victory over the Brewers at East Campus Arena.

Cedric White (11), Jesus Card­enas (10) and Tyler Gendron (10) also scored in double figures for 6-5, 11-9 RPI. Curtis Smith scored 20 for 3-9, 7-14 Vassar.

VASSAR

Smith 6-3-20, Wasyl 5-1-14, Snyder 6-1-13, Johnson 3-0-9, Adkins 2-0-4, Rappaport 4-0-11, Donnelly 2-1-5. Totals: 28-68 6-9 76.

RPI

Farley 9-1-22, Gendron 3-3-10, Martin 3-0-6, Dempsey 1-2-4, Harrington 1-0-2, White 4-3-11, Cardenas 5-0-10, Almodovar 2-0-5, Hatton 1-2-4, Boeglin 2-0-4, Keefe 1-0-2, Dugas 1-0-2, Glover 1-0-2, Zajac 0-1-1. Toatls: 34-77 12-18 85.

Halftime: Vassar, 46-43. Three-point gaols: Smith 5, Wasyl 3, Johnson 3, Rappaport 3, Farley 3, Gendron, Almodovar.

ST. LAWRENCE 67, SKIDMORE 61

SARATOGA SPRINGS — Brady Condlin’s 24 points lifted the Saints over the Thoroughbreds in a Liberty League game at the Williamson Center.

Aldin Medunjanin led the 8-5, 15-6 Thoroughbreds with 14 points.

ST. LAWRENCE

Condlin 7-7-24, Mmiller 4-7-19, Stahler 1-6-8, Jones 2-2-7, Brase 2-2-6, Simmon 1-1-3. Totals: 17-40 25-29 67.

SKIDMORE

Medunjanin 3-7-14, Sithole 4-3-12, Dahill 4-0-11, Brooks 5-0-11, Yiljep 2-3-8, Anyam 0-2-2, Merrill 1-0-2, Santiago 0-1-1. Totals: 19-49 16-21 61.

Halftime: St. Lawrence, 35-24. Three-point goals: Miller 4, Condlin 3, Jones, Dahill 3, Sithole, Brooks, Medunjanin, Yiljep.

FMCC 80, SCCC 68

JOHNSTOWN — Aaron Morton led four double-figure scorers with 16 points and eight rebounds as the Raiders topped the Royals.

Bryant Jack (13), Carlos Rivera (12) and Darius Ward (12) also scored in twin figures for the Raiders. Ward also grabbed nine rebounds.

For the Royals, Jeremy Gregg netted 19 points to go along with eight rebounds, and Schenectady’s Reece Jackson scored 17 points.

FMCC

Williams 1-0-2, Jack 4-5-13, Dinkins 1-0-2, Rivera 6-0-12, Baum 3-0-6, Stanislas 4-0-9, Ward 5-1-12, Gist 3-2-8, Morton 5-6-16. Totals: 32-76 14-22 80.

SCCC

Blanchard 1-0-2, Brown 3-1-8, Gregg 8-0-19, Swann 2-5-9, Jackson 6-2-17, Smith 2-1-5, Erwin 2-4-8. Totals: 24-61 12-19 68.

Halftime: FMCC, 44-38. Three-point goals: Dinkins, Stanislas, Ward, Brown, Gregg 3, Jackson 3, Smith.

HVCC 64, ACC 53

TROY — Jose Reyes (Shenendehowa) scored 19 of his game-high 23 points in the second half and added seven assists to help the 16-10 Vikings beat 1-19 Adirondack CC.

Jeremy Taylor added 16 points for the Vikings.

ACC

Thompson 1-0-2, Horton 2-0-5, Smith 2-1-5, Sprague 3-1-7, Budwick 3-4-10, Stevens 7-5-24. Toatls: 18-11-53.

HVCC

Dean 1-0-2, Kruzinski 1-0-3, Reyes 7-8-23, Taylor o7-2-16, Giglio 1-0-3, Griggs 2-0-5, Fey 1-0-2, Krimsky 1-0-2, Williams 3-2-8. Totals; 24-12-64.

Halftime: HVCC, 36-28. Three-point goals: Horton, Sevens 5, Kruzinski, Reyes, Giglio, Griggs.

Women

VASSAR 61, RPI 57

TROY — The Brewers outscored the Engineers, 7-2, over the final 2:10 to pull out a Liberty League victory at East Campus Arena.

Cydni Matsuoka scored 16 points, and Colleen O’Connell netted 12 points to go along with 11 rebounds to lead Vassar (9-3, 17-4).

RPI (5-6, 11-9) was paced by Sarah Wetmore’s 22 points and 10 rebounds. Wetmore is now fourth on the school’s all-time scoring list with 1,431 and needs only one more to move into third place. Jen Rock added 12 points for the Engineers.

VASSAR

Matsuoka 7-2-16, O’Connell 6-0-12, Senftlieber 4-1-9, Berg 3-1-7, Moon 1-0-2, Drakeley 2-1-5, Allen 2-0-4, Janowski 2-0-4, Fischer 0-2-2. Totals: 27-79 7-9 61.

RPI

Wetmore 7-7-22, Rock 6-0-12, Tetrault 4-0-8, Lynch 2-2-6, Piotrowski 1-0-2, Clough 3-0-7. Totals: 23-60 9-11 57.

Halftime: Vassar, 32-29. Three-point goals: Wetmore, Clough.

SKIDMORE 46, ST. LAWRENCE 44

SARATOGA SPRINGS — Greenwich High School graduate Dani DeGregory scored 13 points off the bench as the Thoroughbreds moved into first place in the Liberty League by edging the Saints at the Williamson Sports Center.

Jordyn Wartts and Angela Botiba added 12 and 10 points, respectively, for the 10-3, 12-10 Thoroughbreds.

ST. LAWRENCE

McDuffee 3-4-12, Legg 3-3-11, Wilson 3-0-8, St. Hilaire 2-1-7, Quattrocchi 1-0-2, Cady 1-0-2, Roberts 1-0-2. Totals: 15-47 8-10 44.

SKIDMORE

DeGregory 4-3-13, Wartts 6-0-12, Botiba 5-0-10, Caligaris 2-2-7, Gile 0-2-2, Frederick 0-1-1, McLaughlin 0-1-1. Totals: 17-50 9-13 46.

Halftime: St. Lawrence, 27-21. Three-point goals: St. Hilaire 2, Wilson 2, McDuffee 2, DeGregory 2, Caligaris.

ACP 66, SAGE 59

ALBANY — Alyson Johnson pumped in 16 points, and both

Alexa Schooley and Taylor Sul­livan recorded 13 points as the 14-3 Panthers topped the Gators in a non-conference game.

Kelsey Johnson produced 12 points for the Panthers. Megan Bowman and Lea McClain topped 7-13 Sage with 15 and 11 points, res­pectively.

SAGE

Bowman 7-1-15, McClain 2-7-11, Houle 3-0-8, Martin 3-0-7, Jefferson 3-0-6, Tironi 2-1-5, Jicha 2-0-4, Leslie 1-0-3. Totals: 23-71 9-13 59.

ACP

Johnson 6-3-16, Schooley 3-7-13, Sullivan 4-5-13, Johnson 3-6-12, Serley 1-5-7, McKeel 2-0-4, Whitton 0-1-1. Totals: 19-55 27-32 66.

Halftime: ACP, 36-22. Three-point goals: Houle 2, Martin, Leslie, Johnson.

ACC 67, HVCC 59

QUEENSBURY — Adirondack CC improved to 8-11 after holding off the 8-13 Vikings.

Schenectady’s Raeshelle Fras­ier posted a double-double with 25 points and 10 rebounds, while Duanesburg graduate Samantha Tomeck added 20 points for the Vikings. Frasier needs only nine rebounds in the team’s home fin­ale against SUNY-Delhi Saturday to break the single-season rebounding mark of 353.

 
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