COLLEGE ROUNDUP - 2/3-9
SPOTLIGHT ON: ANGELIQUE PARNELL
On February 1st, at the Robert J. Kane Invitational track meet at Cornell, senior Angelique Parnell of Hackley and the Big Red, won the women's 60 meter dash, with a time of 7.78, while she also copped the long jump, at 18-03.75, and qualified for E.C.A.C. in both events.
At a non-scoring meet at M.I.T. on February 8th, Greg Tavarez of Wesleyan placed 6th in the men's 600, timed at 1:2028. and was 9th in the 800.
In a 2 day track meet at Penn State on February 7th and 8th, Gillian Berger of Penn finished 23rd in the women's 200, clocked at 27.13, and then was 5th in the long jump, at 17-09.00 Teammate Ian Parnell was 17th in the men's 400, at 50.45, and then his 4 x 400 relay team was 6th, in 3:20.36. Overall the women were 5th in the meet with 64 points, and the men were 4th, with 71.
In a 68-57 loss at UMBC on February 5th, Jordon Bronner of New Hampshire had 9 points plus 2 boards, 1 assist, and 1 steel, while at Stony Brook on the 8th, he was team high in scoring with 16 points, and had 3 boards and 1 assist in the 73-69 win, with the team's record now 6-17:4-6.
With Endicott at home on February 4th, Salve Regina lost to their guests, 64-48, with Lisa Bucci having 2 points and 1 board in the game, with the record now 10-11:8-6.
In a 93-65 big win over guests Maine, Sandro Carissimo of Vermont had a triple-triple, thanks to his game high of 20 points, 7 assists, and 3 steals, plus 4 rebounds in the game. The record is now 15-9:9-1.
At Williams on February 7th in the 84-45 loss to the Ephs. Allie Coppola of Bates had 10 points and a team high of 10 rebounds, while at Hamilton on the 8th, she scored 7 points, had a team high of 8 boards, and had 3 assists and 1 steal in the 82-62 loss, with the record now 7-`5:0-8.
Tara Gabelman of Connecticut College had yet another double-double against visiting Eastern Connecticut State on February 4th with her 22 point high game, plus the same with her 9 rebounds. She also had 4 steals and 2 blocks in the losing 78-65 score to the Warriors. At Amherst on the 7th, she and former Irvington High teammate Marley Giddins faced each other. Gabelman scored a team high of 18 points, had a team high of 7 boards, plus 2 assist, and Giddins had a double-double with her game high of 22 points and 8 high in rebounds, with Amherst the victor 77-58. On the 8th, at Trinity, Ct College was the loser 58-48, with Gabelman having 8 points, a team high of 10 boards,plus 2 assists and 1 steal. Also on the 8th, Amherst topped Wesleyan, 51-39, as Giddins had 8 points, a game high of 10 rebounds,with the record now 22-2, while Gabelman's five is now 12-10:4-4.
At Cornell on February 8th, the Columbia wrestling team lost to the Big Red, 22-15, as Lion Penn Gottfried lost his 125 pound match, 21-5.
At Plymouth State on February 8th, Craig Halpin of Fitchburg State assisted on the tying goal at 10:07 of the 3rd period, with the final score a tie, 2-2. as the record thus far stands at 9-10-1:6-6-1.
At Siena on February 6th, Marist topped their hosts, 78-39, with Brittni Lai having 4 points, 2 rebounds,and 3 assists in the win, while hosting Fairfield on the 8h, she had 1 board in the 72-68 loss, with the record now 18-6:12-2.
Hosting N.Y.U. and Rochester on February 8th, Haverford's women's squash team swept both teams by 9-0 scores,
as Sarah Madigan of the Fords topped her Violet opponent, 11-2, 11-0, and 11-4, and then did the same to her Cardinal opponent, 11-2,11-3, 11-5, with the team's record no 6-10.
Hosting Loyola of Baltimore on February 8th, the Lehigh Mountain Hawks defeated their guests, 50-47, as Lexi Martins had a foul point and 4 boards in the game, with the record now 11-11:4-7.
in a four school non-scoring home innovational on February 8th, Wheaton College's junior swim captain Cara Morris and her 200 Freestyle Relay foursome won the opening race, timed at 1:40.06, while she was 5th in the 500 Freestyle, in 5:49.84, 2nd in the the Individual Medley, with a time of 4:19.89, and also 2nd in the 200 Individual Medley, at 1:54.16.
At Cortland on February 4th, the New Paltz women's team topped their hosts, 58-48, as Ashley Riefenhauser scored 9 points on 3 from beyond the arc , plus having 2 rebounds in the win. The men's team fell to the Red Dragons, 84-56, with Joe Tino draining a trey and having 1 assist on the night. Hosting Buffalo State on the 7th , the Hawks lost to their guests, 78-55, with Riefenhauser scoring 1 point in the game, and on the 8th, in an 81-59 setback, she had 1 steal and 1 board, with the record now 5-17:3-12.
Franklin & Marshall, at Johns Hopkins on February 5th,
lost to the Blue Jays, 64-57, with Jon Salandra scoring 12 points, having 7 boards, and 1 assist, steal, and block apiece. Hosting Washington of Md. on the 8th, he scored 9 points, had 6 boards, a game high of 8 assists, 4 steals, and 3 blocks.
At the Boston U. Valentines Invitational on February 7th and 8th, Julian Saliani of Johns Hopkins finished 5th in the Men's 1 mile race, with a time of 4:22.40.
In a swim meet at Geneseo on February 5th, Andy Schunk and Peter Malarczyk of the hosts competed, with Schunk's 400 Medley Relay quartet winning their race in 3:36.12, while he was 3rd in the 100 freestyle, at 51:27, and 2nd in the 100, at 57.96, while Malarzyk was 5th in the 100 Butterfly in 57.96. In women's action, Oswego's Katie Flood and her foursome were 8th in the 400 Medley Relay, clocked in 2:22.51, she finished 6th in the 100 Freetyle, in 58.57, 5th in the 100 Backstroke, at 1:08.22, and her 400 Freestyle quartet were 7th, clocked at 31:02.20. Oswego's girls were 3rd, with 240 points, and Oswego's men were 2, which 385. The other two teams to compete were Alfred and Brockport.
At UConn on February 2nd, the Colgate men's swimming team lost to their hosts, 176-90, with Tavy Smith and his 200 Medley Relay foursome finishing 4th, in 1:42.88, while he was 3rd in the 100 Breaststroke, clocked at 1:02.45, 6th in the 200 Breaststroke, timed at 2:22.64, and 2nd in the 100 Butterfly, at 56.98.
At the non-scoring Golden Eagle Invational at Brockport on February 8th, Brendan Wortner of Geneseo finished 21st of 77 runners in the men's 1 mile race, clocked at 4:30.
At Denison on February 8th, Victor Yan of Carnegie-Mellon finished 5th of 8 competitors in the men's pole vault, with his best height of 12-01.50. The team was 2nd in the meet, with 125 points.