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The College Report: Columbia’s Mallory Anderson of Madison Wins Women’s Mile at Met Indoor Meet

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Mallory Anderson (Madison, Sr.) of Columbia University won the women’s mile at the Metropolitan Indoor Track & Field Championships at New York’s 168th St. Armory last weekend. She led 23 rivals, divided into two heats, with a time of 4:58.92, the only woman to break five minutes. She also carried the baton for the final leg of Columbia’s winning entry in the 4,000-meter distance medley relay.

MEN'S BASKETBALL

Andy Charles (West Orange, Jr.) recorded his ninth double-double of the season in leading Centenary to a 75-74 victory over Baptist Bible in Hackettstown on Wednesday. He scored a game-high 24 points, flushing nine of his 15 field goal attempts through the rim (one of two from outside the three-point arc) and five of eight from the foul line. He also took down 11 rebounds as the Cyclones improved to 11-10 overall and 8-6 in the Colonial States Athletic Conference.

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Middlebury’s Joey Kizel (Short Hills, Jr.) didn’t have his best stuff going on Friday evening against Bates in Brunswick, Maine, but he more than made up for that at the foul line, where he didn’t miss in 10 attempts. Kizel finished with 14 points, nailing two of six field goal attempts as the Panthers downed Bates, 72-61. He also assisted on four buckets as the Panthers ran their season record to 18-1.

Jack Cole (New Providence, Soph.) was perfect from the floor, hitting all six of his field goal attempts, plus one of two foul shots for 13 points to help Stonehill defeat Adelphi, 74-54, in Easton, Mass. on Tuesday. He also grabbed four rebounds for the Skyhawks (9-9, 5-9 Northeast-10). Duane Morgan (West Orange, Soph.) scored eight points (3-for-4 from the field, 2-for-3 from the foul line) for Adelphi (10-10, 7-7 Northeast-10).

Patrick Sabatino (Westfield, Soph.) blocked four shots as Stevens Tech defeated Utica, 85-77, in Hoboken on Friday. He also put 18 points on the scoreboard for the Ducks (17-3, 8-2 Empire 8), hitting seven of 12 field goal attempts (one of two from downtown) and three of four from the foul line. Teammate Russ Thompson (West Orange, Sr.) scored 11 points, connecting on three of seven shots from long range and both of his free throws. His four assists were a team high.

Austin Little (Maplewood, Soph.) was an integral part of Oberlin’s snapping a nine-game losing streak with a 67-59 home victory against Allegheny on Wednesday. Little chimed in with 17 points, hitting seven of 12 field goal attempts, including two of four from bonus territory, and his lone free throw. The Yeomen ticked up to 5-15 overall and 3-8 in the North Coast Athletic Conference). 

Another losing string was snapped on Thursday, when St. Peter’s took out Marist, 70-68, in overtime in Jersey City. Yvon Raymond (Maplewood, Sr.) garnered a team-high seven rebounds from the backcourt and chipped in five points for the Peacocks (7-14, 2-9 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference), who entered the game as losers of their previous eight outings. Raymond cashed on two of five field goal attempts, including a rainbow from Kennedy Boulevard.

Lamar Powell (West Orange, Jr.) was high scorer for Bard with 17 points in Tuesday’s 74-68 loss to Vassar in Poughkeepsie, N.Y. Powell knocked down six off 11 shots from the field, including one of four from long range, and four of six at the foul line. The Raptors dropped to 4-14.

WOMEN'S BASKETBALL

Ashley Morris (West Orange, Soph.) came up one rebound shy of a double-double in Felician’s 64-57 loss to Post in Rutherford on Tuesday. She scored 13 points on 5-for-15 shooting from the field (1-for-2 from downtown) and 2-for-4 at the foul line. She also collected nine rebounds as the Golden Falcons slid to 6-14 overall and 6-7 in the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference.

Alyssa Polimeni (Berkeley Heights, Fr.) was lethal from a distance as Ursinus evened their season mark at 10-10 with a 60-33 road win over Bryn Mawr on Thursday. Polimeni made all four of her three-point tries and all four of her free throws for 16 points. She also had five rebounds.

ICE HOCKEY

Danny Kaufman (Scotch Plains, Sr.) of Johnson & Wales had two goals and an assist in a 7-6 overtime loss to Salve Regina in a Wednesday home game. J&W is 7-12-1.

Rebecca Morse (Westfield, Jr.) assisted on a pair of goals for Providence in a 5-0 triumph over Connecticut in Storrs, Conn. on Friday. The Friars improved to 13-11-4.

SWIMMING

Cacky Keating (Chatham, Sr.) had a win for the Fairfield women’s team in last Saturday’s dual meet with Iona. She won the 200-yard butterfly, coming out of the pool in 2:18.24. Kevin Greener (Chatham, Jr.) scored points for the Fairfield men’s team, finishing second in the 1,000-yard freestyle (his 10:20.66 to the winner’s 10:10.19) and third in the 500-yard freestyle (his 4:58.06 to the winner’s 4:50.37). Iona won the women’s division, 131-112, and the men’s division, 123-114.

Brennan Haley (Westfield, Fr.) won the 200-yard backstroke as the Washington & Lee men’s team defeated Virginia Military, 169-90, in Lexington, Va. last Saturday. Haley got the job done in 1:58.27. He also got second place in the 200-yard butterfly, posting a time of 2:01.20, with a teammate ahead of him in 2:00.80.

Dickinson’s Caroline Brennan (Madison, Soph.) led the way home in the 200-yard butterfly last Saturday, helping the Red Devils to a 132-62 victory over Washington (Md.). Her winning time was 2:15.76. She also swam the third leg for the Dickinson ‘A’ team, which won the 400-yard medley relay.

Jan Yburan (Livingston, Jr.) had a win and two second-place finishes last Saturday for Holy Cross in a dual meet loss to Providence, 175-123. He won the 50-meter freestyle with a time of 25.06. He was runner-up in the backstroke at both 100 meters (his 1:03.71 to the winner’s 1:00.93) and 200 meters (his 2:19.33 to the winner’s 2:11.26).

The Ithaca College women’s team defeated Alfred, 197-98, last Saturday, with contributions from Kylie Bangs (Westfield, Soph.) and Lauren Brundage (Madison, Jr.). Bangs took turns on the Bombers’ winning ‘A’ teams in the 200-yard medley and 200-yard freestyle relays. Brundage got second money in both the 200-yard freestyle (her 2:04.86 to the winner’s 2:04.60) and the 400-yard individual medley (her 4:56.01 to the winner’s 4:40.83).

Anne Trojanowski (Chatham, Soph.) scored points in multiple events for Union College last Saturday in a dual meet with Hamilton in Clinton, N.Y., won by Hamilton, 172-114. She got second place in the freestyle at both 1,000 yards (her 10:52.46 to the winner’s 10:45.93) and 500 yards (her 5:26.10 to the winner’s 5:16.46), and third place in the 200-yard butterfly (her 2:17.07 to the winner’s 2:15.64).

Lafayette’s Megan Kaveney (Westfield, Soph.) got third place in the 50-yard freestyle in a tri-meet with Army and Colgate last Saturday in West Point, N.Y. She completed the sprint in 24.42, with the winner having touched in 24.07.

WRESTLING

North Carolina’s Christian Barber (Westfield, Fr.) decisioned Maryland’s Lou Mascola, 3-1, in College Park, Md. last Saturday in a 149-pound event. Maryland pulled out a 21-16 victory over the Tar Heels.

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