ALBANY – Tehoka Nanticoke, Justin Reh and Kyle McClancy each had a hat trick as the second-ranked UAlbany men’s lacrosse team blew out Drexel 18-5 in the home opener at Casey Stadium this afternoon. Connor Fields added two goals and seven assists despite playing barely more than a half as Great Danes head coach Scott Marr pulled his starters when the game got out of hand.
The University at Albany men's lacrosse team quickly dismissed any thoughts of a post-Syracuse letdown in the first 3 minutes and 12 seconds against Drexel on Saturday. By that time, the Great Danes already had a four-goal lead and the Dragons hadn't touched the ball. UAlbany blew out to a 16-2 halftime lead and coasted to an 18-5 victory before 2,076 fans in the home opener at Casey Stadium.
The Siena men's basketball team will try to finish a frustrating, disappointing regular season with a victory at Saint Peter's on Sunday afternoon. The Saints (8-22 overall, 4-13 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference) can lock up the No. 9 seed in the MAAC Tournament that begins on Thursday at Times Union Center by winning at Saint Peter's for the first time since Fran McCaffery left as head coach following the 2009-10 season.
Albany boxer Amir Imam will fight Jose Ramirez for the vacant WBC junior welterweight title at the Madison Square Garden Theater on March 17. Will be televised on ESPN. Imam, the No. 1 contender, is 21-1 with 18 KOs.
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