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The Press. (Cortland, N.Y.) 1972-1990, October 10, 1986, Image 20

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T·liE:· PRB~ss. \· October 10, 1986 ·~ ~- -. ~' ' - B '·· . . · .ooterswm The top-ranked Cortland State women's soccer team erased any signs .of a scoring slump Saturday afternoon when the they pounded visiting New Paltz State 7-.0 .to insure themselves at least a tie for the SUNY AC Eastern Division title. \For the first 15 minutes we played the way Wf; had been playing,\ explained Cortland coach Chris Malone, \Then all of a sud- den, Kim Berglund got a great pass to Joan Easton for a goal and we broke things open.\ Two minutes later, sophomore· back Chris Thebo netted her first goal of the season. Another two minutes and senior Cathy Klein assisted another All- America midfielder Marie McKeon for a 3-0 lead: · Five minutes elapsed before Thebo hammered home her second tally. Berglund, who's leading Cortland scorers as a freshman forward, scored one minute into the second half. A Berglund cross was li:eaded in by Klein, midway through the half b.efore Michelle Martin tallied her first collegiate goal in the _ warning minutes to play. The Red Dragons outshot New Paltz 32-2 and bad a 10-2 edge in cornerkicks. Cortland used three goali'es, Jill Goris, Kim O'Brien and Diane Wright, none of whom had to .make a save. \I thought our backs - Chris Thebo, Jen Courtney and T'She Looney - all played well,\ Malone said. \I moved Joan Easton from outside to center mid- field and moved Cathy Klein outside. It seemed to make Cathy Klein more effective.\ The Dragons, 8-1-2, travel to Ithaca Coll!!ge Wednesday before leaving for Colorado for the weekend. Red Dragon booter Kim Berglund leaves her opponent behind. Cortland rugby is.back on campus By JOHN WA<;NER After over a years hiatus, the Cortland State Men's Rugby Football Club is back. They had a few problems at their home games due- to the over- consumption of alcoholic beverages, but now they are back ready to play some good, hard-nosed rugby. The dub is anxious to get started with their season and open up with their first home game Oct. 18 againstthe University of Buffalo. The C-State Ruggers, who finished in ~econd place at the Upstate Rugby Tournament last semester, looking forward to a promising season. the 'C.lt.f~ has players such as Joe \Murf\ Gallagher. Mario Gonyea, Tom Pagano, and Brian \Humper\ Hum- phreys, club president Steve Griswold is optimistic and says this year's team should perform as well as last years .. Returning veterans Gary Madura, Erich \Clam Dip\ Peterson, John'll\Large Marge\ Margiotta, Mike \Spudn Braschi, and John \Pumpkin Head\ Costello add experien¢e and depth to the serum, while Ronnie · ·~'-Footer\ Smolenski, Mickey McLoughlin, R.J. Kelly, Gary Olin, and Jon \Prince'' McClemtnent contribute speed and agility to the The ;Uso has a \B\ and_ ' 4 C\ team to com- . \B\ team is very solid and matches up well against many of the other .. A\ squads around the league. The \C\ team consists mainly of the new, inexperienced players looJdng to impress tlle veterans and niove up the team ladder. All in all, the outlook for the Club is a positive one. The Club is excited to be back and wants its fans as well as the school to be proud of the winning tradition that bas been associated with it. So come down to the fields behind PER Oct. 18 and ~upport th~ Cortlan<l~ta~e Men's .~ugby Club and help support a wmnmg tradltlon. (And remember, NO ALCOHOL AT HOME MAT- CHES.)' ·. unners finish .5th ,_ ' - ~ ~' - ,. - ... ·:Cortland St~te junior Peter Gordon continued 1·e~:t~t>lishin1g himself as a potential top national finisher by . ..,rw•~.,~·u's end as he too* second ou.t of lllrutmers at the Le- ··.1\Jln•\'\' Invitational Saturday. The Red Dragon men finished among the 22 teams. · · · won· with 61 points, followed by MIT 7(), Siena 1 to, ·•~h\\\' 114, Cortland 135, Cornell 138, Albany J70, ;xo•clle:stei 17), G(fneseo 238, LeMoyne 260, SUNY~l3t1ffalo RPI 343, St. Bonavent:Ure 368, .Union 523, CJatkson and Utica 630, .Osw~go State -did ·not have complete - . . . -l{C)Ch,estter s All··America 'tom ·Tuori won the race in ''L.n::.Jn.l~ followed by Gordon at 21:-$1.' _ uLncl Red D.t@gop fijlishers included: senior David Net- . 17th . in . 2$£09.36; senior. Vinny O'Brien 28th 'in :37.09; sophomore· Nick' l'sibli\'1es 38th in 28:56:56; ;;:fre:shnllan ·Joe' K~any....50th in 49:10.99; sophomore ~lair ~' 1 J:Jai:Jo.llth 61st in 29:28.93; and freshman Ron Herreid 99th in • ; .. ,:,u:.lll.ul. · · . - ••PetefGordonran a well-contrQlled race,\ said C9r.tland · . · Jack Daniels. \He's contirtuiiJg to sb.ow steady irn- ;:prevjem•ent. In ·fact, our top· five all ran better than last Joe kenay .missed last week because of an illness but :~aJ>pe:ars rea.dy to go again., · •Hopefully, our top runners are getting ·to the point \-'-·-~··· they can run :as a pack, which i~ certainly what if'U · · • . out on. top in the conference.meet,'~ Daniels lnfi1nued. ''It was good to get a''shot at Albany·since they be a real contender in.the SUNYAC meet on their home it~QiUr.~ ;e .. Despite a 35-point victory over tlltmt\ our teams ate . similar in depth.'' · · was very encouraging to place as well as we did . . . ou(, nu~~er \tw<?-._~n~ ny~b.er four runiJers (John .·... . and- Dav1d Bartas,) m the race '·' s~d Daniels. \It 'tfs 1 •,:stieiil~i-ii?\t:liltl•tiis · -seems we race better as the conditions ~ef Wbrse~\ • - •

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