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Sports Summary (4/8 - 4/14)

By Vince Gasparini | April 15, 2024


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


Connor Eisenmann pitching against UMBC on Sunday.

Photo Credit: Brent Warzocha / UAlbany Athletics


Tuesday, April 9:

Softball beat UMass Lowell 9-1. The Great Danes recorded 11 hits. Wendi Hammond led UAlbany with four RBI’s. Hammond pitched a complete game, recorded three strikeouts, and earned the win. The Great Danes improved to a record of 17-7, and 6-1 in America East play.


Softball beat UMass Lowell 8-0. The Great Danes recorded 10 hits. Victoria Vilarchao led UAlbany with three RBI’s. Kate Powers pitched a complete game, recorded five strikeouts, and earned the win. The Great Danes improved to a record of 18-7, and 7-1 in America East play.


Baseball fell to Marist 9-5. The Great Danes recorded five hits. Luke Filippi led UAlbany with two RBI’s. Kyle McCaffrey pitched 2.0 innings, recorded one strikeout, and was charged with the loss. The Great Danes fell to a record of 4-20, and 3-5 in America East play.


Baseball fell to Marist 7-6. The Great Danes recorded nine hits and two errors. Luke Filippi led UAlbany with two RBI’s. Cam Fuer pitched 0.2 innings and was charged with the loss. The Great Danes fell to a record of 4-21, and 3-5 in America East play.


Friday, April 12:

Track and field competed in the Under the Lights Invitational at RPI. Tino Mancabelli placed first in the men’s decathlon with 5,754 points. Brianna Thier placed first in the women’s heptathlon with 3,963 points. Eva Edery cleared 10-04.00 in the women’s pole vault, placing first, and was followed by UAlbany’s Charlotte Moscovici and Hannah Solomon-Hollander in second and third place, respectively. Overall, the women’s team placed seventh with 42 points, and the men’s team placed 10th with 18 points.


Track and field competed in the Friar Invitational in Providence, Rhode Island. Amanda Chambers recorded a mark of 16:54.19 in the women’s 5,000m, placing fourth. Steve Hines’ mark of 1:54.09 in the men’s 800m placed him in 12th. Jared Rogalski recorded a mark of 4:08.00 in the men’s mile, placing him in 15th. Skyler Smith’s mark of 5:06.33 in the women’s mile placed her in 23rd.


Baseball fell to UMBC 12-2. The Great Danes recorded six hits and one error. Levi McAllister led UAlbany with two RBI’s. Dylan Banner pitched 1.0 innings, recorded one strikeout, and was charged with the loss. The Great Danes fell to a record of 4-22, and 3-6 in America East play.


Saturday, April 13:

Men’s lacrosse beat NJIT 14-9. The Great Danes took 42 shots, with 29 shots on goal, and recorded 12 turnovers. Ryan Doherty, Silas Richmond, and Graydon Hogg led UAlbany with three goals each, and Daniel Kesselring led in assists with three. Goalkeeper Landon Whitney recorded seven saves, and Jack VanValkenburgh recorded one. The Great Danes now stand at a record of 5-6, and 4-1 in America East play.


Women’s lacrosse fell to UConn 15-10. The Great Danes recorded 25 shots, with 14 shots on goal, and recorded 20 turnovers. Allie Maloney, Katie Pascale, Kloey Roos, Bryar Hogg, and Mikaela Mooney recorded two goals each. Pascale, Mooney, and Ava Poupard recorded one assist each. Goalkeeper Grace Cincebox recorded 13 saves. The Great Danes now stand at a record of 4-9, and 3-1 in America East play.


Baseball fell to UMBC 13-5. The Great Danes recorded seven hits and two errors. Will Binder and Justin Hurd led UAlbany with two RBI’s each. Matthew Mariano pitched 1.0 innings, recorded one strikeout, and was charged with the loss. The Great Danes fell to a record of 4-23, and 3-7 in America East play.


Softball fell to Bryant 6-5. The Great Danes recorded nine hits and three errors. Morgan Petty led UAlbany with two RBI’s. Wendi Hammond pitched 6.2 innings, recorded five strikeouts, and was charged with the loss. The Great Danes fell to a record of 18-8, and 7-2 in America East play.


Softball fell to Bryant 10-2. The Great Danes recorded four hits. Maddi Petrella led UAlbany with two RBI’s. Kate Powers pitched 3.0 innings, recorded one strikeout, and was charged with the loss. The Great Danes fell to a record of 18-9, and 7-3 in America East play.


Track and field competed in the Northeast Challenge at UConn. Shelby Bigsby placed first in the women’s discus with a mark of 160-10.00. Travis Robinson placed first in the men’s discus with a personal-best mark of 186-10.00. Shantae Pryce, Dominique Clarke, Shenequa Vassell, and Jazmen Newberry won the women’s 4x100m relay with a mark of 45.50. Shavar Staats Jr., Shak Williams, Lucas Casab, and Isaac Dacres won the men’s 4x100m relay with a mark of 40.43. Clarke’s mark of 11.57 in the women’s 100m placed her in first, and Williams’ 10.34 in the men’s 100m also was good for first. Amelia Benjamin cleared 5-09.25 to win the women’s high jump. Leann Nicholas placed first in the women’s triple jump with a mark of 42-03.00. Jared Rogalski’s mark of 1:53.84 in the men’s 800m placed him in first. Overall, the women’s team placed second with 113 points, and the men’s team also placed second, scoring 73 points.


Sunday, April 14:

Baseball fell to UMBC 12-7. The Great Danes recorded 11 hits and two errors. Levi McAllister led UAlbany with two RBI’s. Owen Birkman pitched 2.0 innings, recorded one strikeout, and was charged with the loss. The Great Danes now stand at a record of 4-24, and 3-8 in America East play.


Softball fell to Bryant 7-6. The Great Danes recorded eight hits and one error. Maddi Petrella led UAlbany with two RBI’s. Wendi Hammond pitched 6.0 innings, recorded three strikeouts, and was charged with the loss. The Great Danes now stand at a record of 18-10, and 7-4 in America East play.

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