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Sports Summary (2/5 - 2/11)

By Vince Gasparini | February 12, 2023

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

Deja Evans is averaging 9.5 points per game and 7.2 rebounds per game this season.  

Photo Credit: Savanna Stoddart / The ASP

Thursday, Feb. 8:

Women’s basketball beat Binghamton 60-52. The Great Danes shot 40.8% from the field on 20-49 shooting, going 5-11 from beyond the arc and 15-19 from the free-throw line.

Lilly Phillips led in scoring with 19 points, followed by Kayla Cooper with 13, and Sarah Karpell with nine. Cooper led in rebounds with eight, and Sarah Karpell and Helene Haegerstarand led in assists with three each. UAlbany improved to 20-3, with a 9-1 record in the America East.

Men’s basketball lost to Binghamton 69-57. The Great Danes shot 31.3% from the field on 20-64 shooting, going 8-34 from the three-point line and 9-13 from the charity stripe.

Amar’e Marshall led UAlbany in scoring with 14 points, with Sebastian Thomas tacking on his own 13. Aaron Reddish led in rebounds with 10, and Thomas in assists with nine. The Great Danes fell to 11-13, with a 3-6 record in America East play.

Friday, Feb. 9:

Women’s lacrosse fell to Johns Hopkins 14-10 in their season opener. The Great Danes took 26 shots, with 21 shots on goal, recording 18 turnovers.

Katie Pascale led in goals with three, and in assists with four. Goalkeeper Grace Cincebox recorded 15 saves. The Great Danes now stand at a record of 0-1.

Track and field competed in the David Hemery Valentine Invitational. Hassan Abidi placed 25 in the men’s 800 meter run with a mark of 1:49.45. Tyler Howard placed 129th in the women’s 400 meter dash with a mark of 1:00.44.

Sunday, Feb. 11:

Track and field competed in the Millrose Games. Steph Green finished second in the women’s weight throw with a mark of 19.33, and Kiki Nosile finished sixth at 17.73. Shak Williams finished sixth in the men’s 60m with a mark of 6.61. Brinesha Derrick-Bain, Thalia Benoit, Tyler Howard, and Jazmen Newberry finished third in the women’s 4x400 with a mark of 3:49.19.


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