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Sunday, October 2, 2011

New Haven falls in soccer twinbill

Here are the results from Sunday's area college games:

Assumption 2, New Haven 0: Kelsey Imondi scored twice for the Greyhounds in this Northeast-10 Conference victory at West Haven.
New Haven (5-4, 4-4) was outshot 11-5.
UConn 2, DePaul 1: Danielle Schulmann scored twice for the Huskies (5-5-2, 2-2-2) in this Big East win at Chicago.
Bentley 2, New Haven 1 (2OT): Joseph D’Antonio scored for the Chargers in this NE-10 loss at West Haven.
Steven Gennuso had an assist for New Haven (0-7-2, 0-6).
New Jersey Tech 2, Quinnipiac 1 (OT): Ola Ogunjobi scored for the Bobcats in this loss at Newark, N.J.
Machel Baker had an assist for Quinnipiac (3-4).
Syracuse 3, UConn 0: Senior outside hitter Jordan Kirk recorded her 1,000th career kill in a 27-25, 25-18, 26-24 Big East loss to the Orange at Storrs.
Kirk finished with 13 kills and became just the 12th Husky to reach the milestone. UConn is 8-9, 0-4.
Long Island 3, Quinnipiac 0: Senior setter Kayla Lawler dished out a team-high 20 assists in a 25-15, 25-21, 25-13 Northeast Conference loss at Hamden.
Olivia Grattan had six kills for Quinnipiac (2-15).
UConn 1, Yale 0: Sophomore forward Maria Elena Bolles scored for the visiting Huskies in this non-conference win at New Haven.
Sarah Mansfield posted her fifth shutout of the season for UConn (10-1). It was the sophomore’s 11th career shutout. The Yale (4-5) offense came into the game ranked sixth in the country in scoring.
Quinnipiac 23, Marist 7: Stephanie Hasher tallied 10 points for the Bobcats in their home-opener at Hamden.
Jacqueline Lilly and Allison Gnys each totaled five points for Quinnipiac (2-2).
Pittsburgh junior running back Ray Graham was named the Walter Camp Football Foundation offensive player of the week.
Graham rushed for 226 yards on 20 carries and two touchdowns as the Panthers upset then-No. 14 South Florida 44-17. Graham added four receptions for 42 yards.
Air Force senior linebacker Brady Amack was honored on defense.
Amack totaled 23 tackles (11 solo) and one sack as the Falcons defeated Navy 35-34.


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