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The Press. (Cortland, N.Y.) 1972-1990, September 22, 1989, Image 16

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SIXTEEN!fhe Press/Friday. September 22. 1989 WOMEN'S SOCCER SUPER Spt•cial ro the Press ··we had a lot of good scoring On Sunday. the Red Dragons opportunities but the rainy weather employed a goal by the first-year prevented us from capitalizing.\ said midfielder Caruso in the final min- Cortland head coach Chris Malone. ute()fthe first half to edge the Scran- \lt gave me a good feeling to see the ton Royals I -0. improved offensive play of the Caruso used her keen ball-han- team.\ dling skills to maneuver around two WOMEN'S TENNIS (1-2) Although the Red Dragon women's team lost 8-1 to William Smith College and 7-2 to SUNY- Binghamton lasfweek, Cortland's Meike Schneider (REUTINGEN, WESTGERMANY)beatlastyear's state champion to remain un9.efeated at first singles. Cortland plays at Oneonta on Tuesday and at Potsdam on Friday. FIELD HOCKEY (2-0..1) Undefeated Cortland battled Division I Cornell to a 3-3 overtime draw Wednesday night on Sch- oellkopf Field. The Dragons fell behind 2-0 in the opening minutes before rallying for the nex:t three goals. CoachPatRudy'sRedDrag- ons play at Oneonta on Tuesday before heading to the Salisbury (MD) St. Tournament on Saturday andSumlay. The Cortland State women's so<.:«.:er team. unbeaten and unscored upon this season, improved its sea- son mark to 6-0-1 by defeating two Top 20 team:-. :1t home over the weekend. The lith ranked Red Dragon toppled 17th ranked Carle- ton College of Minnesota 3-0 on Holh1way Field Saturday, then downed 13th ranked University of Scranton 1-0 on Sunday. The Dragons used second half goals by senior forward Michelle Martin (SARANAC LAKE) and junior midfielder Betsy Procino to put Saturday's Carleton game out of reach. A first half score by sopho- more forward Leslie Beintend on a cross from Bernadette Conlon was the only goal in the first45 minutes on the wet · In the second half. Cortland Scranton defenders before unload- began taking advantage of those ing a shot to the upper left-hand chances when junior forward Karen comer of the net. The Dragon de- Hertel set up Martin with a pass just fense then took over stooping a outside the penalty area. Martin numberofScranton scoring chances nettedthesecondDragontally. Then f()rthe equalizer. freshman.Janine Caruso used some \We barely survived,\ said nifty moves around three Carleton Malone. \We were just really fa- defenders before passing to Procino tigued in the second half after play- in front of the net for the final score. ing in the rain on Saturday.\ MEN'S AND WOMEN'S CROSS COUNTRY Senior Diane Wright made two Wright earned the Red Dragon The Cortland men's and women's cross country teams trekked to the Wolverine State on Saturday, when both tearm; com- peted in the Jeff Drenth Invitational on the Central Michigan University campus in Mt. Pleasant. saves in 73 minutes of play, while shutout against Scranton by making freshman Missy Samuels (EAST six saves, included the Royals' most HARTFORD, CT) closed out the dangerousshotofthegame. Theball contest in goal with()ut having to cameofffromafreekickandWright make a stop. deflected it off the crossbar. The host Central Michigan women's team edged Cortland 38 to L-----~----------------------------------' 50 for first place in the five-team MEN'S SOCCER women's competition. Western Michigan placed third with 77, Th~ unbeaten Cortland State men's soccer squad improved its season mark to a perfect 5-0 by edging host Platts~urgh State 1-0 in State University of New York Athletic Conference action Saturday afternoon. McMaster University followed with 94 and Saginaw Valley State had 133 points. \We had three of follr good scoring opportunities but could on! y capitalize on one,\ said Cortland head coach Fred ljraube, his team offt() its best start in eight years. \We never really got into the game mentally. We played a step1below what we are capable of playing.\ r Red Dragon senior Judy Sparks was 16 seconds off first place with her fourth place effort of 17:44. Junior Marybeth Crawley was sev- enth in 18:01, senior Mary Selleck took 12th in 18:24, junior Vicki Mitchell placed 14th in 18:27 ,fresh- man Michelle Lauritzen took 17th in The lone Cortland goal came off a Greg Ginsberg comerkick early in the second half. Junior co-captain Kevin Oakes headed the ball toward the Cardinal net, where the shot deflected off a Plattsburgh defender's leg and into the net. Red Dragon Mike Borra, closest to the play, was credited with the score. \It was a tough game against a vastly improved Plattsburgh team,\ added Taube. \They played very good defense and were faster than their teams of the past few years.\ Jason Hickey_ -.yent the distance in the Cortland goal to earn the shutout. Hickey finished with three saves. INTRODUCING THE BEST PIZZA VALUE ON CAMPUS! CALL US: Any Size One Topping Pizza Now you can get any size cheese pizza with one topping of your choice for just $6.95 (plus tax). Additional toppings available at regular price. Toppings: --MENU-- S Pepperon; Mush Beverage. ausage . rooms • Ground C?ntons Co~a·Cola® Beet Green Classic Ham f'eppers 1 2 oz. cans Extra Oltves Cheese H':!, eppers ANY SIZE NG I ~ ·.=. ~,·~·:: ;~\::~:·~:' .. ~ .. , t ~----.......-TI sal ! Additional Toppings At Additional Toppings At A~d~tional Toppings. .At, I Regular Price Regul~.r Price Regular Pric.e. .- I Valid only at our campus location. 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' ' c\-·~ ~ '.• \':'\.: 18:37, seniorTJ;'acey Swarts placed 20th in 18:40, freshman Chris Nicholson took 20th in 18:42, sopho- more Patti Zoda 22nd in 18:45 and junior Michelle Franklin 24th in 18:56. . In the men's competition, Cen- tral Michigan won with 29 points. Eastern Michigan placed s~ond with 32, followed by Saginaw Val- ley State 112, Cortland 118, Hillsdale 141, McMaster 170, Oakland CC 172, Ferris State 181 and Maoomb JC 291. Red Dragon frontrunner, senior Joe Keany, was a minute off the winning pace with his 14th place fmish of 21:04. Other Cortland efforts ii1cluded: seniorGregPotter 16th in 21:05,junior Jim McCarty 37th in 21:36,juniorChris Marion 41st in 21 :41, sophomore Andy Robyler 47th in 21:51, sopb()more John Hartpence 48th in 21:54, sen- ior Todd Rheaume 51st in 21 :55 and Tom Ap.penheimer 52nd in 21:56 . .. Both teams ran very well,\ said Cortland coach Jack Daniels. \The women actually had nine in front of Central Michigan's first six but Central won because it had the top few places. We really bunched together and looked good.\ Cortland also sent its \B\ teams to SUNY-Binghamton for d()uble duals with Ithaca and SUNY-Bing- hamton. The Cortland men reserves lost22-36toBingharntonand 17-46 to Ithaca. Sophomore Rich Lacatu- orto was the best Dragon finisher with his seventh place time of27 :58. In the women's competition .. only three Dragons participated. Cort- . land's best effort there was junior Kris GIIIlsch's 18th place time of 22:17. BARCH IRMA- Largest Lllfra,Yof.infor;,tation 111 U.s. • all sub{ects Order Catalog Today with.VIsa/MC o()r COD . 800·861-11222 : 1n cattt (2131 477·8226 Or, rush $2.00 to: Res.ejrch lnhlrmatlon 1132lldaho Ave. 1206-A, Llis Angeles, CA 9002.5 ••••• • -· ...... J.. c.- If YOU want to helP homeless cats and· doss~ pf~~se save ~our. 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