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SPORTSWRAP3


Basketball. The men won their sec- ond straight Liberty League champi- onship, with a 69-66 away-game upset of Hobart. The win was a


record-setting 19th for the season, earning Skidmore a second straight trip to NCAA Division III nationals. In the first round, the T’breds kept up with #3 MIT before losing by 62-55. Gerard O’Shea ’12 earned Liberty


first-team honors, and Terron Victoria ’12 (at left) was the Liberty tournament’s MVP. The women finished with an 8-8 league and 15-10


overall record. Megan Gaugler ’12 was a Liberty first-team all-star.


Ice hockey. The team advanced to the ECAC East semifinals for the third


time in program history, finishing with a 12-13-2 overall record. Skidmore


edged top-ranked Norwich by 3-2 to help earn home ice for the first round of the playoffs. The T’breds beat


UMass-Boston, 3-2, in the quarter - finals and then fell to Castleton State, 4-0. Defenseman Nick Dupuis ’12 made the ECAC East first team.


Swimming and diving. Diver Doug Pilawa ’12 became Skidmore’s first male team member to qualify for the Division III national championships. He earned Diver of the Year honors at the UNYSCSA championships,


after winning both the 1- and 3-meter events. He broke the Skidmore, meet, and association records in the 3- meter with a score of 574.05—


more than 20 points higher than the second-place diver.


For the women, Carrie Koch ’13


highlighted a record-setting UNYSC- SA meet, taking eighth place in the


1,650-yard freestyle and setting new Skidmore time records in the 1,000 (10:59.74) and the 1,650 (18:14.95). Riding. Skidmore was unbeaten in


the regular season, and headed to re- gional and zone competition in hopes of qualifying for another trip to the


IHSA nationals in May. Kelly Camp- bell ’12 was the region’s high-point rider, qualifying her for the Cac-


chione Cup competition, reserved for the nation’s top open riders, to be held at the IHSA national show.


THOROUGHBRED NEWS:


Get full results and schedules for all teams at skidmoreathletics.com.


8 SCOPE SPRING 2012


BACKSTROKER KATHERINE KELLOWAY ’14 MAKES WAVES; SHE TOOK FIRST IN THE 100-METER BACK AT SPRINT INVITATIONALS.


8GOOD PLAY


BOB EWELL PHOTOS


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