Cooper Knapp (Glens Falls) set two pool records at SUNY Oneonta as SUNY New Paltz prevailed, 108.5-96.5 on Jan. 27.
Knapp was victorious in three individual events with pool records in the 200-yard individual medley (2:00.92) and 200 freestyle (1:45.34) while also taking top honors in the 100 backstroke (54.08).
Teammate Colin Duell (Glens Falls) took a second in the 100 breaststroke (1:03.03) and third in the 100 butterfly (56.98).
At the Franklin and Marshall Invitational, Duell also had a third place in the 100 breaststroke (1:01.99).
Sophomore Matt Walton (Queensbury) won two individual events while also being part of two winning relay teams as LeMoyne defeated SUNY Cortland, 156-146.
Walton also won the 50 freestyle (22.36) and 100 freestyle (49.82), while being part of the winning 200 medley relay and 400 freestyle relay.
Raislan Aiken (Glens Falls) took second place in the 3-meter diving (260.48) and third place in the 1-meter diving (268.87) as Marist defeated Bryant, 187-111.
David Mauro (Glens Falls) took seconds in the 50 freestyle (22.07) and 100-freestyle events (48.95) while also being part of the winning 200 freestyle relay team as Hartwick lost to WPI, 175-109.
Senior Joseph Tingley (Queensbury) took a third place in the 500 freestyle (5:21.45) in his final home meet as Allegheny College defeated SUNY Fredonia, 167-128.
Junior Jonah Adeson (Queensbury) had a third place in the 200 butterfly (2;12.41) for SUNY Fredonia.
SUNY Plattsburgh senior Heather Chapman (Granville) finished ninth in the women’s shot put with a throw of 35 feet, 9.92 inches at the Bomber Invitational at Ithaca on Feb. 3. Teammate Zach Grandy (Saratoga) was ninth in the men’s 500 (1:10.30).
SUNY Oneonta freshman Kasey Gorton (Glens Falls) also competed at the Bomber Invitational. She finished 16th in the women’s triple jump with a leap of 34-1.50.
SUNY Oswego sophomore Carly Vreugde (Lake George) was 10th in the women’s 400 (1:03.79) at Cornell University’s Kane Invitational on Jan. 27.
Clarkson University sophomore guard Matt Higgins (South Glens Falls) scored a career-high 30 points in the Golden Knights’ 90-85 win over Union on Saturday. Higgins averages 18 points and 4.9 rebounds per game. He is shooting 43 percent from the field, including 37 percent (60 of 161) on 3-pointers.
Utica College freshman guard Kobe Lufkin (Argyle) leads the Pioneers in 3-pointers. He has made 38 of 92 for a .413 percentage. Lufkin averages 7.4 points per game.
Clarkson University sophomore Ethan Katz (Glens Falls) was part of a three-person team that placed fifth, with a time of 34:16, at the Vermont Invitational on Feb. 3. Individually, he finished 20th at Clarkson’s 16-kilometer Skiathlon (1:05:32) on Jan. 27.
SUNY Plattsburgh sophomore defenseman Charles Barber (Queensbury/New York Bobcats) had an important assist in the Cardinals’ 1-0 win over SUNY Potsdam on Feb. 3. He deflected a shot that resulted in the puck hitting the pipe, and a teammate put in the rebound. Barber also had a shot redirected in the net in the Cardinals’ 7-4 loss to SUNY Geneseo on Jan. 27. For the season, he has one goal and seven assists.
Sage College freshman forward Madasyn Bush (North Warren) scored 18 points — her second-highest outing this season — to lead the Gators to a 75-61 win over Houghton on Saturday. She averages 6 points and 4.7 rebounds per game.
Keene State (N.H.) sophomore forward Kenzie Bennett (Lake George) is averaging 7.1 points and 6.4 rebounds per game for the Owls. She scored 18 points in a Feb. 3 win over Rhode Island College, and 16 in Saturday’s win over Western Connecticut State. Bennett has started 21 games for the 5-18 Owls.
Queens College freshman guard Lucy Tougas (Glens Falls) scored a season-high 10 points in a 75-60 victory over Molloy College on Feb. 3. Tougas is averaging 3.9 points and 3.6 rebounds for the Knights.
Syracuse University redshirt sophomore Mary Rahal (Queensbury) had a goal and an assist in the Orange’s 23-11 season-opening win over Connecticut on Friday.
Stony Brook freshman defenseman Devin O’Leary (Queensbury) made his collegiate debut in the Seawolves’ season opener Saturday, and had one ground ball in the team’s 11-9 loss to Sacred Heart.