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Saturday, May 7, 2011

Lynch throws 2 TDs in Spring Game

Football
Junior quarterback Kevin Lynch completed 15-of-23 passes for 156 yards and two touchdowns as the Southern Connecticut State University football team hosted its annual William ‘Sully’ Sullivan spring game on Saturday.
The offense was able to string together two scoring drives that resulted in touchdowns. The first culminated on a 21-yard pass from Lynch to Andre Privott. In the second half, the duo hooked up again on a 3-yard touchdown.
Privott finished the day with five catches for 95 yards and two scores. In all, 10 different receivers caught passes on the day. Freshman quarterback Jacob Jablonski finished the day with eight completions in 23 attempts for 113 yards.

For more on the Spring Game read this great story on Nick Mandich by Chip Malafronte



Elsewhere in area colleges on Saturday:
New Haven baseball splits: Dave Wirkus had three hits, two RBIs and a run to lead the Chargers to a 10-1 win in the opener over Franklin Pierce, clinching a spot in the Northeast-10 Confernece tournament.
Ryan Brockett added three hits, two runs and an RBI for New Haven (26-17). New Haven fell 11-4 in the second game.

Women's lacrosse
Quinnipiac fell to Navy 20-5 in the Bobcats first NCAA Play-In game at Annapolis, Md. Laura Iannotti and Sara Allen both had a goal and an assist for the Bobcats.

SOFTBALL
Southern Conn. State 7, UMass-Lowell 2: Jayme Larson went the distance, allowing one earned run off five hits with five strikeouts to earn the NE-10 tournament win for the Owls at Worcester, Mass.
Kristin Whitley went 4-for-4 with a home run, three RBIs and three runs for Southern (28-19).
Merrimack 8, New Haven 0 (5): Pitcher Kelli Joe Deardorff tossed a three-hitter in Merrimack’s NE-10 Tournament win at Worcester, Mass.
Chelsea Harold, Brandy Dianno and Brooke Fisher each had hits for New Haven (34-16), who moves into the losers bracket of the tournament.
New Haven will play the winner of Adelphi and SCSU at 11 a.m. The winner of that game must beat Merrimack twice for the NE-10 title

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