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College Corner (Oct. 5, 2012): Lane leads UAlbany runners

2012-10-05T01:47:00Z 2012-10-05T01:55:51Z College Corner (Oct. 5, 2012): Lane leads UAlbany runnersBy Greg Brownell Glens Falls Post-Star
October 05, 2012 1:47 am  • 

Junior Brittney Lane of Greenwich led the University at Albany to victory in the 46th annual UAlbany Cross Country Invitational on Saturday.

Lane won the 5K event in 17:41, 12 seconds faster than the second-place runner. Albany beat out Bryant University for the team title.

Sophomore Samantha Watson (Schuylerville) was the leading runner for Oral Roberts at last weekend’s Cowboy Jamboree, hosted by Oklahoma State. Watson finished 40th overall in 19:15.

At the University of Vermont Invitational 5K race, Alicia Clark (Granville) finished fifth in 18:10 and Jolie Navatka (Queensbury) took 23rd in 19:44 for the host team. In a meet at the University of New Hampshire, Clark was sixth (17:20) and Navatka was 36th (19:00).

Field hockey

Abby Roth (Warrensburg) had a goal and an assist as Central Michigan scored a 5-3 win over Ball State on Saturday. Roth has started 10 of 11 games and has two goals and an assist overall.

Jessica Galatioto (Queensbury) only had to make one save to get her first win in goal as Castleton State scored a 9-0 victory over Lasell.

Samantha Burns (Johnsburg) scored the first goal of her college career as Saint Michael’s College posted a 3-1 victory over American International on Saturday.

Women’s Soccer

Bridget Cuddihy (Cambridge) scored a goal that helped SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry play to a 1-1 tie with Albany College of Pharmacy this past weekend. Cuddihy has six goals and two assists so far this season.

Erin Fish (South Glens Falls) made a pass that led to a goal in Long Island University’s 3-0 victory over Wagner.

Taylor Volkman (South Glens Falls) assisted on a goal as Buffalo State beat Houghton, 2-1. Volkman is second on the team in points, with five.

Women’s Volleyball

Herkimer Community College’s Kayla Barber (South Glens Falls) was named NJCAA Region III Female Co-Athlete of the Week for her effort in victories over Onondaga Community College and Cayuga Community College. She led the team with 40 kills, six blocks, 27 digs and 10 sets.

Bri Enny (Queensbury), a sophomore at Utica College, recorded nine digs, four kills, one assist and an ace in a loss to St. John Fisher.

Amanda Chambers (Lake George) had 20 digs and Nicole Valastro (South Glens Falls) had seven kills in Castleton State’s loss to Husson University. In a loss to Maine Maritime, Chambers had 14 digs and four kills.

Men’s soccer

Zach Horvath (South Glens Falls) scored in the 56th minute for SUNY Cobleskill, which went on to beat Gallaudet University 2-1 in a recent game.


Kaitlin Flaherty (Queensbury) was a 6-1, 6-1 winner at No. 3 singles as Alfred University posted a 9-0 win over Utica College.


Travis Deuel (Queensbury) tied for seventh in a field of 35 as SUNY Cobleskill finished sixth at the Gator Invitational, a meet run by Sage College. Teammate Joe Naylor (South Glens Falls) tied for 18th in a field of 64 at the Elmira Fall Invitational.

To submit information for College Corner, contact Sports Editor Greg Brownell at brownell@poststar.com.

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