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PHOTOS BY BOB EWELL


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FIELD HOCKEY. Finishing the season at 14-6, Skidmore earned its sixth straight NCAA playoff appear- ance. After shutting out UMass Dartmouth in the first round, the T’breds fell to top- seeded Middlebury. Kelly Blackhurst ’14 (at left) went


All-American for a second time.


VOLLEYBALL. The team had a per - fect 12-0 record in Liberty League


play before falling to Clarkson in the championship. But with a 26-8 overall record, the T’breds went to the NCAA tournament for a second straight year. Cor inne Palmer ’14 earned All-Ameri- can honors and was named Liberty’s Player of the Year.


SOCCER. The men finished the fall at 10-5-2, including a win over second-


ranked Liberty League foe St. Law rence. Adam Beek ’15 was named to the Liber- ty League first team. The women were 4-9-2. Kelsey Yam ’13 led the team in scoring.


RIDING. Skidmore dominated the fall season, going unbeaten in the first four shows. In each of the 10-team compe- titions, Julia Maz za rella ’12 or Flavia D’Urso ’12 was the high-point rider. TENNIS. For the women, who ranked 16th nationally, Lee Ford ’14 won the


state title at number-two singles and at number-one doubles with Nataly Men- doza ’13, who also reached the finals of the USTA/ITA regional. On the 22nd-


ranked men’s squad, de fending Liberty League Player of the Year Oliver Lout - senko ’14 was the first player in pro - gram history to earn All-American honors at singles after winning the USTA/ITA regional.


GOLF. The T’breds won two of four


fall tournaments and took the league qualifier in a playoff over RPI. They’ll


begin the spring ranked 15th nationally, with Anthony DiLisio ’13 leading the team in average score.


CREW. After the fall prep, including a good day at the local Head of the Fish (in which more than 30 alumni took part as well), the men’s and women’s crews look to compete for the Liberty League championships in April. —Cody Berschwinger


THOROUGHBRED NEWS:


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


10 SCOPE WINTER 2013


FORWARD GILDAS GIRIMANA ’14 HELPS SKIDMORE SHUT OUT BARD, 4-0.


8GOOD PLAY


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