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Campus Clippings: Anderson earns honors at Cobleskill

January 21, 2009
By MIKE ZUMMO, The Leader-Herald

Heidi Anderson (Canajoharie) was named a State University of New York at Cobleskill Athlete of the Week Monday after she helped the women's basketball team extend its winning streak to eight games.

Anderson scored 10 points, grabbed three rebounds and handed out two assists in the Fighting Tigers' 68-60 win over the SUNY Institute of Technology and she scored 15 points and grabbed two rebounds in Cobleskill's win over Cazenovia.

Anderson is averaging 7.4 points, 2.3 rebounds and 1.8 assists per game for Cobleskill, which is in its first season as an NCAA Division III program.

Kristin Mraz (Johnstown) scored eight points as the Bryant University women's basketball team suffered a 77-71 loss to Yale Jan. 13.

Mraz also had four rebounds and five assists for the Bulldogs, who are 5-11 in their first season at the NCAA Division I level.

She has appeared in 15 games and started six and is averaging 6.9 points per game, 3.1 rebounds per game and has made 13 steals.

John Moore (Fonda-Fultonville) finished 26th in the unseeded mile-run for the University at Albany men's indoor track team at the New York City Gotham Cup.

He finished with a time of 4:35.10.

Moore also ran the 1,200-meter leg of the distance medley relay at the Yale Invitational. The team finished third in 10:13.42.

Megan Gaugler (Amsterdam) scored 12 points, helping the Skidmore women's basketball team to a 59-57 win over Clarkson Saturday.

She hit four 3-point baskets in the game.

Gaugler also had six points the previous day in a loss to St. Lawrence University.

Steve Hall (Johnstown) finished second in the men's 200-yard breaststroke with a time of 2:20.88 at the Kumpf Invitational for the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute men's swimming team.

He also was 11th in the men's 200-yard butterfly in 2:11.04

Hall was part of the Engineers' third-place 400-yard medley relay team, which finished in 3:44.13.

Olivia McMullen (Broadalbin-Perth) scored seven points, helping lift the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts women's basketball team to an 83-67 win over Green Mountain College Saturday.

McMullen has appeared in 12 games for MCLA this season and is averaging 4.4 points per game in 9.3 minutes per game.

She also is averaging 2.1 rebounds per game.

Dino Johnson (Amsterdam) scored 11 points in the Mt. St. Vincent men's basketball team's 113-71 loss to Farmingdale State.

Johnson knocked down four 3-pointers.

Tyler Malagisi (Gloversville), played football at Utica College in the fall as a freshman tight end. He started seven games and had seven receptions for 64 yards and two touchdowns for the 3-7 Pioneers. One of his touchdowns was a game-winner against Norwich.

He also had four special-teams tackles.



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