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College Corner (Feb. 13, 2013): Donohue moves up all-time scoring list

2013-02-13T01:04:00Z College Corner (Feb. 13, 2013): Donohue moves up all-time scoring listBy Will Springstead -- springstead@poststar.com Glens Falls Post-Star

Union College senior Keven Donohue (Hudson Falls) scored 15 points, grabbed eight rebounds and blocked three shots in the Dutchmen’s 53-48 men’s basketball win over Clarkson on Friday.

The 15 points gave Donohue 1,429 for his career, which moved him into fifth place on the school’s all-time scoring list. He added three points to his total in the Dutchmen’s 80-73 win over St. Lawrence on Saturday, which clinched a berth in the Liberty League semifinals. Fourth place on the scoring list belongs to now-Assemblyman James Tedisco (R,C,I-Glenville), class of 1972, with 1,632 points.

In the Union/Clarkson game, Clarkson junior Nate Uline (South Glens Falls) went 3 for 6 from the field for six points. He also had one rebound. On Saturday, Uline finished with eight points and six rebounds in the team’s 82-79 loss to Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

Oneonta State junior Kevin Donahue (South Glens Falls) went 1 for 1 from the field and scored two points in the Red Dragons’ 79-67 win over Fredonia State on Friday. Donahue is averaging 1.1 points per game.

Roberts Wesleyan freshman Will Bromirski (Cambridge) scored four points and had two steals in the team’s 61-48 victory over St. Thomas Aquinas on Feb. 6. Bromirski averages 7.7 points, 1.3 rebounds and 1.1 assists per game.

In a Saturday game featuring a pair of former Foothills Council players, Green Mountain’s Alex Homkey (Queensbury) scored 10 points and had two rebounds, but Castleton State and Denny Wilhelm (Glens Falls) came away with the 89-87 win. Wilhelm didn’t score, but grabbed two rebounds in the victory. Homkey’s day increased his scoring average to 5.1 points per game.


Brockport State’s Matt Lashway (Queensbury) was recently named Empire Collegiate Wrestling Conference Rookie of the Week.

Competing in the John Summa Memorial Tournament at Baldwin Wallace, Lashway, a freshman, captured the 197-pound individual title to lead Brockport State to its 16th victory in the last 17 seasons at the event. Lashway won his first match with a 12-3 major decision. He then won his semifinal match by a 9-5 decision before decisioning teammate Cole Tristram, 2-1, in the final. Through Feb. 5, Lashaway had an 18-4 record.

Cortland State senior Jared Myhrberg (Queensbury), the No. 1-ranked Division III wrestler at 197 pounds, pinned Oswego State’s Andrew Cole in 4:39 to help the Red Dragons earn a 37-9 win on Saturday. Myhrberg is 28-1 this season.

University at Buffalo heavyweight Jedd Mason (Whitehall) is 4-6 for the Bulls this season.

Ithaca College junior Kyle McKeighan (Salem), a 184-pounder, is 4-7 this season.

Women’s Basketball

Potsdam State sophomore guard Carli Reynolds (Indian Lake-Long Lake) scored nine points and grabbed three rebounds in 14 minutes during the Bears’ 62-57 loss to Brockport State on Saturday. Reynolds is averaging 3.3 points per game this season.

Clarkson freshman forward Morgan Hinckley (Indian Lake-Long Lake) scored seven points and had two rebounds in the Golden Knights’ 81-66 loss to RPI on Saturday. Hinckley averages 1.3 points and 1.0 rebound per game.

Skidmore freshman Dani DeGregory (Greenwich) scored 13 points, had two rebounds and one assist in the Thoroughbreds’ 46-44 win over St. Lawrence on Feb. 5. DeGregory averages 6.7 points, 2.3 rebounds and 2.1 assists for the season.

Oswego State senior forward Meagan Stover (Lake George) scored seven points to go with eight rebounds in the team’s 47-34 win over Cortland State on Friday. Stover averages 13.4 points and 5.9 rebounds per game.

Alfred University junior guard Cate Mensler (Saratoga Catholic) averages 3.8 points and 2.7 rebounds for the Saxons this season.

Nordic Skiing

The Dartmouth Winter Carnival on Friday and Saturday featured several area skiers competing at the Craftsbury Nordic Center.

In the women’s 5K classic race, Dartmouth sophomore Carly Wynn (Queensbury) placed 16th out of 71 finishers in 17:54.2. St. Lawrence sophomore Kate Mulcahy (Glens Falls) was 56th in 19:41.7. St. Michael’s sophomores Chloe Boutelle (Saratoga) and Emily Burns (Johnsburg) finished 64th and 70th, respectively.

In the men’s 10K classic race, St. Lawrence sophomore Will Frielinghaus (Queensbury) was 25th out of 70 finishers with a time of 32:12.7. Middlebury freshman Nick Underwood (Queensbury) placed 52nd in 34:03.7.

In the women’s 3-by-5K freestyle relay, Wynn was part of a Dartmouth team that placed sixth. Mulcahy’s St. Lawrence team was 13th and Boutelle’s St. Michael’s team was 20th.

In the men’s relay race at the same distance, Frielinghaus’ St. Lawrence team was ninth, while Underwood’s Middlebury team finished 16th.

Indoor Track

Eastern Michigan freshman Austin Lane (Greenwich) was 55th in the 1-mile run with a time of 4:22.01 at the Meyo Invitational, hosted by the University of Notre Dame, on Feb. 1. At the Grand Valley State Quad Meet on Jan. 26, Lane was sixth in the 3,000 meters in a time of 8:30.49

Men’s Soccer

Newbury College’s Sean Driscoll (Glens Falls/SUNY Adirondack), a senior captain, was named to the Fall New England Collegiate Conference Academic All-Conference Team. Student-athletes must post a minimum cumulative grade-point average of 3.4 on a scale of 4.0 to be eligible.

Women’s Swimming

Oneonta State freshman Kristin Higgins (Glens Falls) was a member of the winning 400-yard freestyle team in the Kumpf Invitational at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute on Jan. 19.

Oneonta State sophomore Hillary Chocko (Queensbury) set a pair of personal-best times in the Kumpf. She placed third in the 200 butterfly with a time of 2:21.19, and fourth in the 200 individual medley in 2:22.89.

Geneseo State sophomore Eileen Goralski (Queensbury) swam the second leg of the Knights’ winning 400 medley relay in Geneseo’s 158-114 win over Oswego State on Jan. 26.

St. Lawrence freshman Alanna Blackburn (Queensbury) won the 50 freestyle (25.93) and 100 butterfly (1:02.94) in the Saints’ 140-75 win over Utica on Feb. 2.

Men’s Swimming

St. Lawrence senior Jason Dutra (Glens Falls) won the 100 butterfly in 57.09 and was a member of the winning 200 freestyle relay team (1:37.43) in the Saints’ 112-85 win over Utica on Feb. 2.

Ice Hockey

Fredonia State’s Brett Mueller (Queensbury) assisted the Blue Devils’ first goal in the team’s 5-3 win over Morrisville on Jan. 26.

Indoor Track

University at Albany junior Brittney Lane (Greenwich) broke the school record in the 3,000 meters, previously held by Alyssa Lotmore (9:42.71) in 2005. Lane ran it in 9:41.31 and finished seventh at the Boston University Terrier Classic on Jan. 26.

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