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8GOOD PLAY


4SPORTSWRAP


Golf. The Thoroughbreds went to nationals for a 25th straight sea- son. Skidmore finished 22nd. Lacrosse. The men finished at 11-4 and qualified for the Liberty League play- offs. They were nation- ally ranked for most of the season, pegged at 16th in the final poll. Mike Holden ’13, Mike Perlow ’13, and Jacques Ward ’11 (at right) were honorable- mention All- Americans. First-year coach Elizabeth Ghilardi led the women to the Liberty play- offs for their first time in five sea- sons, with a 10-8 record. Lindsay Stavola ’11 set a Skidmore record with 51 goals and 33 assists on the season; Kimberly Segalas ’11 was the program’s all-time leading scor- er, with 153 goals and 46 assists. Riding. The unbeaten Skidmore team went to the IHSA nationals, where it tied regional rival St. Lawrence for second place, behind Centenary College. Hanae Kimura ’11 and Alexandra McGuire ’11 took firsts in novice-on-the-flat classes. Baseball. The T’breds went 26-13, earning a return trip to the Liberty League tournament. Nick Lara - cuente ’11 was Liberty’s Pitcher of the Year, while fellow hurler Zack Rudman ’12 led the nation in fewest hits allowed per nine innings. Tennis. The women beat Vassar to win the Liberty tournament for the first time since 2000 and then ad- vanced to the second round of na- tionals with a 5-0 shutout of Castle- ton. Rachel Loeb ’11 was Liberty’s Co-Player of the Year. The men also beat Vassar to win


HOT-FOOTING: ATA SKIDMORE SPORTS CAMP FOR LOCAL CHILDREN, WOMEN’S SOCCER COACH LACEY LARGETEAU PLAYS ONE-ON-ONE WITH CAMPER NIKO VAMVALIS.


their eighth Liberty title. At nation- als, they lost by 5-4 to College of New Jersey. Spencer Cheng ’11 won the regional ITA’s Arthur Ashe Leadership and Sportsmanship Award. —BJ T’BRED HOTLINE. Get full results and schedules for all teams by calling 518-580-5393 anytime, or by visiting skidmoreath- letics.com.


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