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Sports Summary (2/26 - 3/3)

By Vince Gasparini | March 4, 2024


The past week saw the following outcomes for University at Albany sports:


The men’s basketball team in a huddle during their game against Maine on Saturday night.

Photo Credit: Savanna Stoddart / The ASP


Thursday, Feb. 29:

Men’s basketball beat New Hampshire 91-67. The Great Danes shot 54.5% from the field on 36-66 shooting, going 13-35 from the 3-point arc and 6-7 from the free throw line. Amar’e Marshall led in scoring with 26 points, followed by Aaron Reddish with 20, and Sebastian Thomas with 19. Marshall led in rebounds with 14, and Thomas in assists with six. UAlbany improved to 13-16, and 5-9 in America East play.


Women’s basketball beat New Hampshire 45-40. The Great Danes shot 40% from the field on 16-40 shooting, going 6-18 from the 3-point arc and 7-7 from the free throw line. Helene Haegerstrand led in scoring with 14 points, followed by Megan Huerter with 12. Haegerstrand and Deja Evans led in rebounds with seven each. Haegerstrand, Evans, and Sarah Karpell led in assists with three each. UAlbany improved to 24-4, and 13-2 record in the America East.


Friday, March 1:

Softball beat Western Michigan 7-2. The Great Danes recorded seven hits and two errors. Natasha Mendez and Deanna Grahek each recorded two RBI’s. Wendi Hammond pitched a complete game, recording six strikeouts, and earning the win. UAlbany improved to 2-3.


Softball fell to Quinnipiac 3-1. The Great Danes recorded three hits and one error. Victoria Vilarchao recorded an RBI. Wendi Hammond pitched 2.0 innings, recording two strikeouts, and was charged with the loss. UAlbany fell to 2-4.


Baseball fell to George Washington 10-0. The Great Danes recorded six hits and one error. Mike Prisco and Luke Filippi each recorded two hits. Owen Birkman pitched 5.0 innings, recorded three strikeouts, and was charged with the loss. UAlbany fell to a record of 0-4.


Saturday, March 2:

Men’s basketball fell to Maine 74-71. The Great Danes shot 41.7% from the field on 25-60 shooting, going 3-16 from the 3-point arc and 18-20 from the free-throw line. Sebastian Thomas led in scoring with 21 points, followed by Aaron Reddish with 20, and Muneer Newton with 13. Reddish led in rebounds with eight, and Tyler Bertram led in assists with four. UAlbany now stands at a record of 13-17, with a 5-10 record in America East play.


Women’s basketball fell to Maine 63-46. The Great Danes shot 30.8% from the field on 16-52 shooting, going 3-16 from the 3-point arc and 11-15 from the free throw line. Kayla Cooper led in scoring with 22 points, and Lilly Phillips followed with 11. Cooper led in rebounds with 10, and Phillips and Helene Haegerstrand led in assists with four each. UAlbany now stands at 24-5, and 13-3 in America East play.


Women’s lacrosse beat Colgate 15-7. The Great Danes took 35 shots, with 22 shots on goal, recording 18 turnovers. Katie Pascale led in both goals and assists, recording five in both categories. Goalkeeper Grace Cincebox recorded five saves. UAlbany now stands at a record of 1-5.


Men’s lacrosse fell to UMass 12-11. The Great Danes took 42 shots, with 18 shots on goal, recording 15 turnovers. Silas Richmond, Ryan Doherty, and Chris Crapanzano led in goals with two each, and Richmond led in assists with two. Goalkeeper Landon Whitney recorded 10 saves. UAlbany now stands at a record of 0-4.


Softball beat St. Bonaventure 10-7. The Great Danes recorded 14 hits and one error. Morgan Petty recorded seven RBI’s. Wendi Hammond pitched 4.0 innings, recording three strikeouts, and earning the win. UAlbany improved to 3-4.


Softball beat Monmouth 4-2. The Great Danes recorded eight hits and two errors. Maddi Petrella recorded two RBI’s. Wendi Hammond pitched a complete game, recording two strikeouts, and earning the win. UAlbany improved to 4-4.


Baseball fell to George Washington 11-6. The Great Danes recorded six hits and one error. Anthony Scarabino led in RBI’s with three, and Luke Filippi went 2-3 and recorded an RBI. Connor Eisenmann pitched 3.0 innings, recording two strikeouts, and was charged with the loss. UAlbany fell to a record of 0-5.


Sunday, March 3:

Men’s track and field placed 18th at the IC4A Indoor Championships with 14 points. Hassan Abidi placed third in the men’s 800m with a mark of 1:49.62. Isaac Graber, Quincy Chery, Steve Hines, and Jared Rogalski placed second in the men’s distance medley relay with a mark of 9:53.11.


Women’s track and field placed 34th at the ECAC Indoor Championships with three points. Skyler Smith placed seventh in the women’s 1,000m with a mark of 2:53.07. Alondra Cruz-Delgado, Erin Hayes, Tyler Howard, and Smith placed eighth in the women's distance medley relay with a mark of 12:04.41.


Softball beat Sacred Heart 10-2. The Great Danes recorded 12 hits. Mary Kate Murray recorded three RBI’s. Wendi Hammond pitched 3.0 innings and earned the win. UAlbany now stands at a record of 5-4.


Baseball fell to George Washington 5-3. The Great Danes recorded four hits and two errors. Steven Turk pitched 3.0 innings, recording one strikeout, and was charged with the loss. UAlbany now stands at a record of 0-6.

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