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Area college basketball: Bivins helps UMass-Lowell beat Golden Knights, 66-64

Thursday, January 31, 2013
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— Antonio Bivins slipped into the lane for a slam-dunk with two seconds left to lift UMass-Lowell to a 66-64 victory over The College of Saint Rose in a Northeast-10 Conference men’s basketball game Wednesday night at the Costello Athletic Center.

Dan Mundweiler’s heave at the buzzer missed for the Golden Knights (7-7, 10-8). The RiverHawks improved to 9-5 in the conference and 13-5 overall.

Akeem Williams pumped in 19 points, and Bivins finished with 15 for the RiverHawks. Tyler Sayre (20 points), Dominykas Milka (19) and Andre Pope (11) led the Golden Knights.

SAINT ROSE

Sayre 9-2-20, Milka 7-5-19, Pope 5-0-11, Mundweiler 1-3-6, Thomas 1-0-2, Dorgler 1-4-6. Totals: 24-14-64.

UMASS-LOWELL

Williams 8-0-19, Bivins 5-5-15, McDonnell 3-1-7, Holley 2-2-6, Diaz 1-3-5, DeSantis 3-0-8, Chuckwuocha 2-0-4, Emetarom 1-0-2. Totals: 25-11-66.

Halftime: Saint Rose, 36-29. Three-point goals: Pope, Mundweiler, Williams 3, DeSantis 2.

SUNYIT 67, SUNY-COBLESKILL 65

COBLESKILL — T’Andre Richardson poured in 26 points and grabbed 13 rebounds as SUNYIT slipped past the Fighting Tigers in a North Eastern Athletic Conference game at Iorio Gym.

Kaleel Johnson added 17 points and eight rebounds for SUNYIT. The Fighting Tigers were paced by Alexis Nunez with 18 points and Travis Woods with 11.

SUNYIT

Greer 2-2-8, Johnson 8-1-17, Richardson 10-6-26, Metzko 2-0-5, James 3-3-9, Rowe 1-0-2. Totals: 26-12-67.

SUNY-COBLESKILL

Nunez 7-2-18, Mitchell 3-0-6, Jeffres 1-0-2, Bernard 3-0-8, Woods 5-1-11, Davis 2-2-6, Brown 3-0-7, Marcelin 4-0-8. Totals: 28-5-66.

Halftime: SUNYIT, 30-29. Three-point goals: Greer 2, Metzko, Nunez 2, Bernard 2, Brown.

SAGE 77, NYU-POLY 65

ALBANY — Scotia-Glenville graduate Jeff Stopera scored 13 of his career-high 18 points in the first half to help the Gators beat the Jays in a Skyline Conference game late Tuesday night.

Ryan Sager led the Gators (4-8, 9-10) with 19 points, while Matt Farbotko and Matt Horne added 13 and 11 points, respectively.

NYU-POLY

Fabian 5-2-14, Gist 7-5-20, Gallagher 1-0-2, Stoyanovich 4-4-12, Manalo 1-4-6, Zientek 2-1-5, Auguste 2-0-6. Totals: 22-16-65.

SAGE

Stopera 5-5-18, Horne 3-4-11, Farbotko 4-5-13, Ford 1-2-4, Sager 9-1-19, Hennep 2-3-8, Hornendo 1-0-2, Sopchak 1-0-2. Totals: 26-20-77.

Halftime: Sage, 36-29. Three-point goals: Fabian 2, Gist, Auguste 2, Stopera 3, Horne, Hennep.

CLINTON CC 71, HVCC 62

PLATTSBURGH — John Crecko scored 17 points to lead three double-digit scorers as 10-9 Clinton CC beat the 14-10 Vikings.

Shenendehowa graduate Jose Reyes and Giacomo Giglio (Cath-olic Central) each scored 13 for the Vikings.

HVCC

Dean 2-0-5, Kruzinski 2-0-6, Reyes 5-0-13, Taylor 1-0-2, Giglio 5-0-13, Fey 2-1-5, Monson 1-0-3, Williams 5-1-11. Totals: 23-2-62.

CLINTON CC

Crecko 7-3-17, Spencer 2-1-5, Miller 2-0-4, Hull 4-2-11, Davison 5-0-15, Knight 2-4-9, Radan 2-1-6, Coolidge 1-0-3, LaPoint 1-0-2. Totals: 26-11-71.

Halftime: Clinton CC, 42-38. Three-point goals: Hull, Davidson 5, Knight, Radan, Cooldige, Dean, Kruzinski 2, Reyes 3, Giglio 3, Monson.

Women

UMASS-LOWELL 67, SAINT ROSE 65

LOWELL, Mass. — The Golden Knights closed the game on a 21-9 run in the final six minutes, but they couldn’t overtake the RiverHawks.

The Golden Knights (3-11 Northeast-10 Conference, 6-12 overall) missed a three-pointer that clanked off the rim at the buzzer.

Freshman guard Nicole Bini topped the Golden Knights with 17 points, while sophomore guard

Gabie Polce and junior guard Desiree Simmons each scored 16 points. Senior guard Bianca Simmons topped the RiverHawks with 35 points and nine assists.

SAINT ROSE

Bini 7-0-17, Simmons 6-4-16, Polce 4-7-16, Sanchez 4-1-9, Walton 1-2-4, Hansen 0-2-2, Lesure 0-1-1. Totals: 22-17-65.

UMASS-LOWELL

Simmons 16-1-35, Bell 3-0-6, Frase 2-1-6, Gonsalves 2-0-5, Fiola 2-0-5, Sjoberg 1-0-3, Wilson 1-0-2, Rivera 1-0-2, Bennett 1-0-2, DePierro 0-1-1. Totals: 29-3-67.

Halftime: UMass-Lowell, 38-28. Three-point goals: Bini 3, Polce, B. Simmons 2, Sjoberg, Gonsalves, Fiola, Frase.

SCCC 65, ACC 56

SCHENECTADY — Tierney McGlynn posted a triple-double with 18 points, 10 assists and 10 rebounds to power the Royals over Adirondack Community College.

Jordyn Funk registered 14 points and 14 rebounds, while Kaila Sanbeouf chipped in with 10 points for the 10-7 Royals.

Kara Teci scored 20 points for ACC.

ACC

Graham 5-4-14, LaPlante 2-0-5, Teci 8-4-20, McLaughlin 5-2-15, Wilson 0-2-2. Totals: 20-12-56.

SCCC

Pucci 2-1-7, Tillapaugh 4-0-8, Sanbeouf 5-0-10, McGlynn 7-3-18, Murray 3-2-8, Funk 6-2-14. Totals: 27-8-65.

Halftime: ACC, 33-32. Three-point goals: LaPlante, McLaughlin 3, Pucci 2, McGlynn.

SUNY-COBLESKILL 59, SUNYIT 56

COBLESKILL — Kady Porterfield’s 21 points and 10 rebounds helped the Fighting Tigers hold off SUNYIT in a NEAC game at Iorio Gym.

Heidi Anderson and Alexis Hauser added 12 and 10 points, respectively, for the 5-7, 6-12 Fighting Tigers. Tracee Schiebel contributed 12 rebounds.

SUNYIT was led by Lyndsey Brognano with 14 points, and Abbey Hanahan with 11 points and 11 rebounds.

SUNYIT

Hanahan 3-5-11, McNeil 4-0-9, Schmidt 3-0-6, Brognano 4-4-14, Knowles 4-1-9, Short 1-0-3, Goodson 1-0-2, Marleau 1-0-2. Totals: 21-10-56.

SUNY-COBLESKILL

Anderson 5-1-12, Schiebel 3-2-8, Efhimiou 1-0-2, Porterfield 9-3-21, Hauser 4-2-10, Davis 3-0-6. Totals: 25-8-59.

Halftime: SUNYIT, 28-27. Three-point goals: McNeil, Brognano 2, Short, Anderson.

NYU-POLY 60, SAGE 55

ALBANY — Freshman guard Alyssa D’Apice poured in 27 points to spark the Jays over the Gators in a Skyline Conference game late Tuesday night at Kahl Gym.

Sara Tironi topped the 4-6, 7-11 Gators with 16 points and 10 rebounds. Amie Jefferson added 11 points and 10 rebounds.

NYU-POLY

D’Apice 7-10-27, Thompson 3-3-9, Bruns 6-3-15, Abu Marzoug 2-0-4, Fletcher 1-1-3, Niquette 1-0-2. Totals: 20-17-60.

SAGE

McClain 2-4-9, Bowman 2-0-5, Tironi 6-4-16, Jeffrson 5-1-11, Leslie 2-0-5, Houle 4-0-9. Totals: 21-9-55.

Halftime: NYU-POLY, 40-28. Three-point goals: D’Apice 3, McClain, Bowman, Leslie, Houle.

 
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