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College basketball: Union collects 10th straight win

Dutchmen roll past Bard, 81-63, stay unbeaten in Liberty League

Sunday, January 6, 2013
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— Senior forward Keven Donohue connected for 16 points, and junior guard Keith Callies matched his season high with 14 as Union thumped Bard, 81-63, in a Liberty League game Saturday at the Viniar Athletic Center.

It was the 10th straight victory for the Dutchmen, who are 3-0 in the league and 11-1 overall.

The last time Union was 11-1 was on Feb. 15, 1957, when the Dutchmen lost to Norwich to end an 11-game winning streak that began the season.

Bard fell to 0-2 and 3-6.

Joe Mason contributed eight assists for Union, which registered 21 assists overall.

Siondueh Burnette topped Bard with 16 points.

BARD

Burnette 7-2-16, Powell 6-0-12, Lichtenstein 2-3-8, Cunningham 3-0-6, Atuk 2-2-6, McNaughton 2-0-6, Arnstein 1-3-6, Stortini 1-0-3. Totals: 24-49 10-16 63.

UNION

Donohue 4-7-16, Callies 6-1-14, Mason 4-4-13, Winney 4-0-11, Croll 2-2-6, Firlotte 2-0-6, DeBissshop 1-3-5, Petrone 2-0-4, Shorey 2-0-4, Whelpley 0-2-2. Totals: 27-52 19-28 81.

Halftime: Union, 43-29. Three-point goals: McNaughton 2, Lichtenstein, Arnstein, Stortini, Winney 3, Firlotte 2, Don­ohue, Callies, Mason.

RPI 88, CLARKSON 83

TROY — Brendan Farley pumped in 28 points on 10-for-15 shooting from the floor to spark the Engineers over the Golden Knights at East Campus Arena.

Tyler Gendron added 15 points for RPI, which evened its Liberty League mark at 1-1 and improved to 6-5 overall.

Clarkson (0-2, 8-3) was led by Jerry Coleman with 24 points and John Coleman with 22 points and eight rebounds.

CLARKSON

Je. Coleman 9-2-24, Jo. Coleman 11-0-22, Abongo 3-0-9, Charlton 3-2-8, Ulrine 3-1-7, McAllister 3-0-9, Collette 2-0-4. Totals: 34-77 5-7 83.

RPI

Farley 10-4-28, Gendron 5-0-15, Martin 4-1-9, Zajac 1-4-6, Harrington 2-0-5, Card­enas 4-0-8, Colas 2-2-6, Dugas 2-0-6, White 2-0-4, Hatton 0-1-1. Totals: 32-73 12-18 88.

Halftime: RPI, 43-39. Three-point goals: Je. Coleman 4, Abongo 3, McAllister 3, Farley 4, Gendron 5, Harrington, Dugas 2.

HOBART 67, SKIDMORE 66 (OT)

SARATOGA SPRINGS — Richie Bonney made a pair of free throws with three seconds remaining in overtime to help the Statesmen rally past the Thoroughbreds in a Liberty League game at the Will­iamson Center.

Tanner Brooks hit a jumper with 17 seconds left to give Skidmore a 66-65 lead before Bonney made the game-winning free throws.

Bonney, who scored 40 points Friday night, finished with a game-high 29 points on 9-for-13 shooting from the floor and 11-for-14 from the foul line to pace 2-0, 6-4 Hobart.

Brooks led 1-1, 7-4 Skidmore with 24 points and 10 rebounds.

HOBART

Bonney 9-11-29, Gibbons 5-2-12, Thompson 3-3-11, Rehbaum 2-3-9, Peer 1-0-2, Blanding 1-2-4. Totals: 21-52 21-29 67.

SKIDMORE

Brooks 8-6-24, Dahill 2-3-7, Merrill 2-2-6, Medunjanin 0-5-5, Johnston 1-0-2, Sithole 4-0-9, Anyam 2-0-4, Moore 1-0-3, Lowry 1-0-3, Howard 1-0-3. Totals: 22-60 16-18 66.

Halftime: Skidmore, 31-28. Three-point goals: Thompson 2, Rehbaum 2, Brooks 2, Sithole, Moore, Lowry, Howard.

SO. CONNECTICUT STATE 66, SAINT ROSE 60

ALBANY — The Owls made 10 of 16 free throws, compared to just 3-for-6 for the Golden Knights, and that ended up being the difference in their Northeast-10 Conference game at Nolan Gymnasium.

Trevon Hamlet scored 17 points, Greg Langston tallied 16 and Deshawn Murphy added 15 for the 4-3, 7-3 Owls.

Saint Rose (4-3, 7-4) was led by Andre Pope (16), Dominykas Milka (15) and Tyler Sayre (13).

SO. CONNECTICUT STATE

Hamlet 6-4-17, Langston 6-3-16, Murphy 5-1-15, Vereen 4-0-8, Houston 2-0-4, Smith 1-2-4, Cruz 1-0-2. Totals: 25-59 10-16 66.

SAINT ROSE

Pope 6-0-16, Milka 6-3-15, Sayre 6-0-13, Wilson 3-0-6, Dorgler 1-0-2, Hong 1-0-2, Weaver 1-0-2, Thomas 1-0-2, Mundweiler 1-0-2. Totals: 26-66 3-6 60.

Halftime: So. Connecticut State, 29-28. Three-point goals: Murphy 4, Langston, Hamlet, Pope 4, Sayre.

PENN STATE ABINGTON 82, SUNY-COBLESKILL 80

ABINGTON, Pa. — Darien Mitchell hit a jump shot with six seconds left to carry Penn State Abington over the Fighting Tigers in a NEAC game.

Avery Barnes led the 1-0, 3-9 winners with 23 points. Mike Marvin (17), Mitchell (15), Mike Colacci (11) and Max Alton (11) scored in twin figures for Penn State Abington.

The Fighting Tigers (0-2, 2-9) were led by Tyrone Mitchell with 19 points and Mike Marcelin with 16.

SUNY-COBLESKILL

T. Mitchell 9-1-19, Marcelin 7-0-16, Woods 4-2-10, Nunez 3-3-10, Bernard 3-0-9, Jeffres 4-0-9, Brown 2-1-5, Davis 1-0-2. Totals: 33-70 7-12 80.

PENN STATE ABINGTON

Barnes 10-3-23, Marvin 8-1-17, D. Mitchell 7-1-15, Colacci 4-0-11, Alton 4-0-11, Battell 1-0-3, Ageydu 1-0-2. Totals: 35-67 5-15 82.

Halftime: Penn State Abington, 42-40. Three-point goals: Nunez, Jeffres, Marcelin 2, Bernard 3, Alton 3, Colacci 3, Battell.

NEW HAMPSHIRE TECH 83, ACP 70

CONCORD, N.H. — Ahntwan Harris tossed in 20 points, and Terry Williams and Jason Riel combined for 29 more to propel New Hampshire Tech over the Panthers in the opening round of the

New Hampshire Tech tourn­ament.

New Hampshire Tech improved to 14-1. Casey Redfern (23), Steven Brown (21) and Ryan McVaigh (16) led the 7-2 Panthers.

ACP

Redfern 8-2-23, Brown 10-1-21, McVaigh 6-4-16, Tremblay 2-0-4, Britt 1-0-2, Henderson 1-0-2, Beyer 1-0-2. Totals: 29-78 7-11 70.

NEW HAMPSHIRE TECH

Harris 9-0-20, Williams 6-2-15, Riel 6-0-14, Be. Syla 4-3-12, Stevens 3-0-9, Ibizugbe 4-0-8, Bu. Syla 1-0-3, Porter 1-0-2. Totals: 33-73 7-17 83.

Halftime: New Hampshire Tech, 44-41. Three-point goals: Redfern 5, Stevens 3, Harris 2, Riel 2, Be. Syla, Williams, Bu. Syla.

Women

UNION 81, BARD 48

SCHENECTADY — Kate Thompson netted 18 points, and the Dutchwomen held a 48-27 edge on the boards en route to a Liberty League win at Viniar Athletic Center.

Union coasted to a 40-21 halftime advantage, and kept pulling away in the second half.

Fourteen players reached the scoring column for Union, which improved to 4-0 in the league and 8-3 overall.

Bard (0-2, 6-5) was led by Tytravia Riley with 17 points and Liz Freud with 11.

BARD

Riley 5-7-17, Freud 4-3-11, Bell 3-1-8, Fleisher 2-0-5, Jones 0-1-1, Regan 3-0-6. Totals: 17-54 12-25 48.

UNION

Thompson 8-2-18, Kenney 3-2-8, Loya 4-0-8, Madden 0--4-4, McDonald 1-1-4, Niedzwiecki 3-3-9, Schmeer 3-0-6, Fisher 2-0-6, Schmidt 2-0-4, Seraikas 1-2-4, Erdman 1-0-3, Granato 1-0-3, Derosier 1-0-2, Swidler 1-0-2. Toals: 31-58 14-18 81.

Halftime: Union, 40-27. Three-point goals: Bell, Fleisher, McDonald, Fisher 2, Erdman, Granato.

RPI 58, CLARKSON 51

TROY — Sarah Wetmore poured in 19 points, and the Engineers forced 27 turnovers to beat the Golden Knights at East Campus Arena.

The Engineers evened their Liberty League record at 1-1 and improved to 7-4 overall.

Kelly Piotrowski scored 11 points, and Amanda Lynch added 10 rebounds for RPI.

Clarkson (0-2, 2-8) was paced by Ashley Loggins with 26 points and 18 rebounds.

CLARKSON

Loggins 10-6-26, Bogart 1-4-6, Snead 2-0-5, Daley 2-0-4, Glidden 1-0-2, Esposito 4-0-8. Totals: 20-50 10-12 51.

RPI

Wetmore 8-2-19, Piotrowski 4-2-11, Tetrault 3-2-9, Lynch 2-0-4, Dunbar 3-0-7, Reid 3-0-6, Reynolds 1-0-2. Toals; 24-67 6-10 58.

Halftime: RPI, 27-26. Three-point goals: Snead, Wetmore, Piotrowski, Tetault, Dunbar.

SKIDMORE 57, WILLIAM SMITH 46

SARATOGA SPRINGS — Jordyn Wartts and Skylar Caligaris combined for 33 points to propel the Thoroughbreds past the Herons in a Liberty League game at the Williamson Center.

Wartts finished with a game-high 19 points to go along with four assists. Angela Botiba chipped in with 10 rebounds for Skidmore (2-0, 4-7), which held a 40-32 advantage on the glass.

For William Smith (1-2, 7-4), Jacqueline Murphy scored 14 points and grabbed 11 rebounds, while Sydni Salvatore scored 10 points.

WILLIAM SMITH

Murphy 5-3-14, Salvatore 3-3-10, Hayter 3-3-9, E. O’Brien 1-2-5, S. O’Brien 0-3-3, Breen 1-1-3, Piszka 0-1-1, Brustein 0-1-1. Toals: 13-64 17-28 46.

SKIDMORE

Wartts 6-5-19, Caligaris 4-2-14, Botiba 1-1-3, McLaughlin 1-0-3, Frederick 1-0-2, Conway 3-0-6, Gile 3-0-6, Scheuerell 1-1-3, DeGregory 0-1-1. Toals: 20-53 10-17 57.

Halftime: Skidmore, 28-16. Three-point goals: Murphy, Salvatore, E. O’Brien, Wartts 2, Caligaris 4, McLaughlin.

SAINT ROSE 73, SO. CONNECTICUT STATE 42

ALBANY — Senior forward Jessica Walton, from Holy Names, led five players in double figures with 18 points to power the Golden Knights over the Owls in a Northeast-10 Conference game at Nolan Gymnasium.

Walton also pulled down eight rebounds, while senior forward Maria Sanchez Gomez contributed 12 points and 10 rebounds in 25 minutes off the bench. CSR rallied from a 30-29 halftime deficit.

Freshman guard Nicole Bini (13 points), sophomore guard Gabie Polce (12) and freshman guard Tyler Hansen (10) also scored in double figures for the Golden Knights, who improved to 1-6 in the conference and 4-7 overall.

Saint Rose shot 55.6 percent from the floor.

The Owls were led by Jackie Beathea with 15 points and Mariah Hankton with 14.

SO. CONNECTICUT STATE

Beathea 2-11-15, Hankton 3-8-14, Stopera 4-0-9, Smith-Ocran 3-2-8, Grossbard 1-2-5, Fantini 2-0-5, Powell 2-0-4, Deens 0-2-2. Totals: 17-64 25-32 62.

SAINT ROSE

Walton 6-6-18, Bini 5-0-13, Polce 4-4-12, Sanchez 3-6-12, Hansen 3-2-10, Simmons 2-2-6, Glanzman 1-1-3, Lesure 0-2-2, Trapp 0-2-2, O’Shea 0-2-2, Van Bourgondien 0-1-1. Totals: 24-46 28-40 81.

Halftime: Southern Connecticut, 30-29. Three-point goals: Grossbard, Fantini, Stopera, Bini 3, Hansen 2.

PENN STATE ABINGTON 82, SUNY-COBLESKILL 43

ABINGTON, Pa. — Trish Watson poured in 28 points, and Jessica Schmidt tacked on 21 to help Penn State Abington crush the Fighting Tigers.

Janay Winston added 19 points, and Teharah Worrell chipped in with 10 for Penn State Abington (2-0 NEAC, 4-5 overall).

The 0-2, 1-7 Fighting Tigers were led by Kady Porterfield with 15 and Heidi Anderson and Sarah Eft­himiou with 10 apiece.

SUNY-COBLESKILL

Porterfield 6-3-15, Anderson 3-4-10, Efthimiou 4-2-10, Davis 1-2-4, Johnson 1-0-2, Hauser 1-0-2. Totals: 16-60 11-17 43.

PENN STATE ABINGTON

Watson 10-5-28, Schmidt 10-1-21, Winston 8-3-19, Worrell 4-2-10, Onslager 2-0-4, Vandiver 1-0-3. Totals: 35-65 11-19 85.

Halftime: Penn State Abington, 50-16. Three-point goals: Watson 3, Vandiver.

 
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