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SUNYAC Softball New Paltz Hawks @ Plattsburgh State Cardinals April 2nd 2022

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Kyle Coryea

Plattsburgh State's Kelsey Waite (26) with the tag on the New Paltz base runner that got caught in a run down. The Plattsburgh State Cardinals would open up the conference portion of their season as they would host the New Paltz Hawks in doubleheader action. The first game would be low scoring affair as the Cardinals would get single runs in the third and fourth innings. The scoring plays would come from Langdon in the third on a bunt rbi and a rbi double by Gentile for the 2-0 win. In the winning effort, Golino would go the distance for a shutout win while striking out six as they go to 4-7 on the season. After about a twenty break the teams would return for the second game of the doubleheader. The scoring would start quickly in the second game as the teams would trade runs in the second thanks to a rbi single by Maggiacomo to tie the game at one after two innings. Although the tie would not last long as the Hawks would get 3 runs in the top of third for a 4-1 lead. Although in the bottom of the fourth inning the Cardinals would explode for eight runs thanks in large part to a three rbi triple by Langdon to take the 9-4 lead and that's where the game would stay for the win. In the win, the Cardinals would earn the sweep on the day as Kristina Maggiacomo would strike out 12 in the complete-game win as they go to 5-7 on the season. The Cardinals will be back in action tomorrow as they will take on the Oneonta State Red Dragons. Gallery

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Kyle Coryea

Plattsburgh State's Kristen Langdon (16) tagged out at second while attempting to steal the bag on the wide slide. Gallery

New Paltz Hawks @ Plattsburgh State Cardinals April 2nd 2022

SUNYAC Softball
tag out at second
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Kyle Coryea

Plattsburgh State's Sam Gentile (2) with the tag on New Paltz's base runner as she tried to steal second base. The Plattsburgh State Cardinals would open up the conference portion of their season as they would host the New Paltz Hawks in doubleheader action. The first game would be low scoring affair as the Cardinals would get single runs in the third and fourth innings. The scoring plays would come from Langdon in the third on a bunt rbi and a rbi double by Gentile for the 2-0 win. In the winning effort, Golino would go the distance for a shutout win while striking out six as they go to 4-7 on the season. After about a twenty break the teams would return for the second game of the doubleheader. The scoring would start quickly in the second game as the teams would trade runs in the second thanks to a rbi single by Maggiacomo to tie the game at one after two innings. Although the tie would not last long as the Hawks would get 3 runs in the top of third for a 4-1 lead. Although in the bottom of the fourth inning the Cardinals would explode for eight runs thanks in large part to a three rbi triple by Langdon to take the 9-4 lead and that's where the game would stay for the win. In the win, the Cardinals would earn the sweep on the day as Kristina Maggiacomo would strike out 12 in the complete-game win as they go to 5-7 on the season. The Cardinals will be back in action tomorrow as they will take on the Oneonta State Red Dragons. Gallery

New Paltz Hawks @ Plattsburgh State Cardinals - SUNYAC Men's Basketball - February 21st 2020

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Nathanel Lepage

Plattsburgh State's Travis Cox (35) battles underneath the basket for the score as part of a game-high 31 point night. The Plattsburgh State men's basketball team saw its playoff chances get much slimmer Friday, with a home-court loss to New Paltz at Memorial Hall. The Hawks, who sit in the last place in the SUNYAC, recorded a 73-68 win over the Cardinals that left the home team needing a win over second-seeded Oneonta to qualify for the postseason. The host team began the game well, taking a 4-0 lead early on and holding keeping ahead until after the midpoint of the first half. New Paltz battled back, though, and went into halftime with a 40-30 lead. Plattsburgh kept the Hawks from going on any notable runs in the second half, but the deficit slowly grew as high as 16 with just under 10 minutes remaining. The Cardinals then went on a run to narrow the margin. The Cardinals made it a one-possession game when junior Travis Cox scored a layup and converted on a free-throw to bring the deficit to three points in the final minute of the game. A missed three-point shot by New Paltz's Scott Reisert saw a defensive rebound by Plattsburgh's Matt Berhnhard, who drove up the court and ultimately set up senior Nick DeAngelis for a potential game-tying three with 16 seconds remaining. The shot missed, and Reisert picked up the rebound to end the threat. Cox's 31 points led the Cardinals, with only DeAngelis getting to double-digits, at 11. DeAngelis led with 8 rebounds, while three of his teammates each recorded 7. Gallery

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Plattsburgh State's Jeremy Eisenman (13) with the three from the wing. Gallery

New Paltz Hawks @ Plattsburgh State Cardinals - February 21st 2020

SUNYAC Men's Basketball
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Nathanel Lepage

Plattsburgh State's Cameron Ness (15) with the block on the hawks shot that he pins off the back board. The Plattsburgh State men's basketball team saw its playoff chances get much slimmer Friday, with a home-court loss to New Paltz at Memorial Hall. The Hawks, who sit in the last place in the SUNYAC, recorded a 73-68 win over the Cardinals that left the home team needing a win over second-seeded Oneonta to qualify for the postseason. The host team began the game well, taking a 4-0 lead early on and holding keeping ahead until after the midpoint of the first half. New Paltz battled back, though, and went into halftime with a 40-30 lead. Plattsburgh kept the Hawks from going on any notable runs in the second half, but the deficit slowly grew as high as 16 with just under 10 minutes remaining. The Cardinals then went on a run to narrow the margin. The Cardinals made it a one-possession game when junior Travis Cox scored a layup and converted on a free-throw to bring the deficit to three points in the final minute of the game. A missed three-point shot by New Paltz's Scott Reisert saw a defensive rebound by Plattsburgh's Matt Berhnhard, who drove up the court and ultimately set up senior Nick DeAngelis for a potential game-tying three with 16 seconds remaining. The shot missed, and Reisert picked up the rebound to end the threat. Cox's 31 points led the Cardinals, with only DeAngelis getting to double-digits, at 11. DeAngelis led with 8 rebounds, while three of his teammates each recorded 7. Gallery.

New Paltz Hawks @ Plattsburgh State Cardinals - February 21st 2020

SUNYAC Women's Basketball
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Kyle Coryea

Plattsburgh State's Mya Smith (11) with the body as charges down to the basket as part of a two-point night. The Plattsburgh State women's basketball team had a tough night on the court against a SUNYAC-leading foe from New Paltz. In a game in which they never held a lead, the Cardinals couldn't hold back the New Paltz offense and lost by a final score of 73-45 at Memorial Hall. After the Hawks opened the scoring with a three-pointer by Marion Dietz, Plattsburgh's Taylor Durnin equalized nearly two minutes later in the low-scoring first quarter for both teams. The teams exchanged field goals just after the midpoint of the quarter, but 5-5 would be the last time the game was tied. New Paltz controlled the scoreboard from then on. Trailing by seven at the halftime buzzer, the Cardinals saw things turn from bad to worse in the third period. Two separate six-point runs by the Hawks, each lasting more than three minutes, allowed the visitors to build a commanding lead. The final 28-point margin was the result of a fourth-quarter even more dominant than the third for New Paltz, who outscored the host team 23-11 in the final frame. Individually, a balanced offense for the Hawks saw three different players hit double-digit points, with three more having 8 or 9, while Durnin's 10-point night was the only double-digit performance for the Cardinals. Gallery.

Plattsburgh State Cardinals Vs New Paltz Hawks April 19 2014

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Kyle Coryea

Plattsburgh State's Yuya Osawa (9) applies the tag the New Paltz's baserunner trying to dance around the tag at third base. The Plattsburgh State Cardinals would once against host the New Paltz Hawks to finish of the weekend set with doubleheader action. The Hawks would jump out to the quick 1-0 lead in the first on Robert Fitzpatrick fielders choice RBI. The Cardinals would answer back in the bottom of the inning to tie it at one when Nick Lupo would score on a wild pitch. The Cardinals would take the 2-1 lead when John Casten would score on a grounder in the second inning. New Paltz would tie it back up at two in the fourth Shuan Hansen RBI single. The Hawks would take a 3-2 lead in the fifth on Tyler Bell's RBI single. The Cardinals would tie the game up at three in the seventh on Jeremy Rodriquez grounder. In the ninth, though Robert Guido would score on a wild pitch to give the Hawks the 4-3 lead and win. In the losing effort, JD Jenkins would go all nine innings giving up nine hits on three runs while striking out four as the Cardinals fall to 9-19. In the second game, the Hawks would jump out to the quick 1-0 lead in the first again on Tyler Bell's RBI single. The Cardinals would tie the game at one in the third Yuya Oswawa RBI single. The Cardinals would take a 2-1 lead in the fifth on Brian Latulipe's RBI single. The Cardinals would extend the lead to 3-1 on John Casten's RBI Fielder's Choice. The Hawks would make a charge in the ninth with a Mike Sparancico RBI although the Cardinals would hold on for the 3-2 win. In the winning effort, Will Flynn would go 8 innings while giving up two runs on seven hits while striking out two for the win with the Cardinals go to 10-19 on the season. Gallery.

SUNYAC Baseball Plattsburgh State Cardinals Vs New Paltz Hawks April 19 2014

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Kyle Coryea

Plattsburgh State's Chris Pescetti (44) field the grounder to first off balance and steps on the bag for the out. The Plattsburgh State Cardinals would once against host the New Paltz Hawks to finish of the weekend set with doubleheader action. The Hawks would jump out to the quick 1-0 lead in the first on Robert Fitzpatrick fielders choice RBI. The Cardinals would answer back in the bottom of the inning to tie it at one when Nick Lupo would score on a wild pitch. The Cardinals would take the 2-1 lead when John Casten would score on a grounder in the second inning. New Paltz would tie it back up at two in the fourth Shuan Hansen RBI single. The Hawks would take a 3-2 lead in the fifth on Tyler Bell's RBI single. The Cardinals would tie the game up at three in the seventh on Jeremy Rodriquez grounder. In the ninth, through Robert Guido would score on a wild pitch to give the Hawks the 4-3 lead and win. In the losing effort, JD Jenkins would go all nine innings giving up nine hits on three runs while striking out four as the Cardinals fall to 9-19. In the second game, the Hawks would jump out to the quick 1-0 lead in the first again on Tyler Bell's RBI single. The Cardinals would tie the game at one in the third Yuya Oswawa RBI single. The Cardinals would take a 2-1 lead in the fifth on Brian Latulipe's RBI single. The Cardinals would extend the lead to 3-1 on John Casten's RBI Fielder's Choice. The Hawks would make a charge in the ninth with a Mike Sparancico RBI although the Cardinals would hold on for the 3-2 win. In the winning effort, Will Flynn would go 8 innings while giving up two runs on seven hits while striking out two for the win with the Cardinals go to 10-19 on the season. Gallery

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Plattsburgh State's Will Flynn (23) deliveries the fastball for one f his two strikeouts on the day in the winning effort. Gallery

SUNYAC Baseball Plattsburgh State Cardinals Vs New Paltz Hawks April 18 2014

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Plattsburgh State's Brian Latulipe (11)with the pick at shortstop and fires it across to first to complete the out. The Plattsburgh State Cardinals would finally open up the home portion of there season with a SUNYAC game against New Paltz. It would be a pitchers duel as the two pitchers would combine to strike out ten and give up seven hits. The lone run of the game would come in the eighth inning when David Lostagilo would hit a sacrifice fly that would score Richard Guido to give the Hawks the 1-0 lead and eventual win. In the losing effort Cardinals Joe Leddy would pitch a gem giving up one run on four hits while striking out three as the Cardinals fall t0 9-18 on the season. Gallery

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Plattsburgh State's Jonathan Repetto (3) makes solid contact on the inside pitch he sends out to the third base. Gallery

Plattsburgh State Cardinals Vs New Paltz Hawks April 18 2014

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strike three
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Kyle Coryea

Plattsburgh State's Joe Leddy (24) with the fastball to the plate as part of three strikes out the game. The Plattsburgh State Cardinals would finally open up the home portion of there season with a SUNYAC game against New Paltz. It would be a pitchers duel as the two pitchers would combine to strike out ten and give up seven hits. The lone run of the game would come in the eighth inning when David Lostagilo would hit a sacrifice fly that would score Richard Guido to give the Hawks the 1-0 lead and eventual win. In the losing effort Cardinals, Joe Leddy would pitch a gem giving up one run on four hits while striking out three as the Cardinals fall t0 9-18 on the season. Gallery

SUNYAC Softball Plattsburgh State Cardinals Vs New Paltz Hawks April 7 2012

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Kyle Coryea

Plattsburgh State's Kayla Rabideau with driving stop on the liner at second base. The Plattsburgh State Cardinals would sweep the New Paltz Hawks. In-game one they would win 4-3 in the 8th inning. Then in the second game they would get the convincing 11-2. With the sweep they would improve there record to 14-4. Gallery

tag at second
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Kyle Coryea

Plattsburgh State's Brittany Marshal (7) with the tag on the base stealer from her seat. Gallery

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