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Sullivan women's basketball, wrestling pick up big wins

Joseph Abraham - Co-editor
Posted 1/28/20

LOCH SHELDRAKE -- The SUNY Sullivan women's basketball and wrestling teams won their respective contests on Thursday and Friday respectively.

Women defeat North Country

The Lady Generals (16-2) …

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Sullivan women's basketball, wrestling pick up big wins

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LOCH SHELDRAKE -- The SUNY Sullivan women's basketball and wrestling teams won their respective contests on Thursday and Friday respectively.

Women defeat North Country

The Lady Generals (16-2) defeated North Country CC, who are ranked No. 7 in the NJCAA Division 3 polls, 89-73, on Thursday in the Bunker.

SUNY Sullivan led 47-39 at halftime, and picked up the defense in the second half, finishing the game with 22 steals, en route to the 16-point victory.

Sullivan was led by Adrienne Graves who had 29 points, 12 rebounds, eight steals, and four assists while shooting 12-17 from the floor. Inifnity Hammonds scored 16 points and four assists, and Heather Caroccia chipped in another 14 points, seven rebounds, and three steals.

The Lady Generals won again on Saturday, taking down Monroe College-Bronx, 89-42 on the road. They're back in the Bunker on Thursday, where they'll host Fulton-Montgomery Community College.

Wrestling

The Generals took down Bergen County Community College, 36-9, on Friday on Sophomore Night, where Brian Mascaro was honored.

“Keys to the teams success on Friday was our ability to stay conditioned and focused over winter break and execute the moves we have been drilling in our practices,” SUNY Sullivan Coach Anthony Ng said.

Reflecting on the season so far, he said, “I'm very happy with the continued growth of this program. We have the most wrestlers that we have ever had in the Spring semester and currently have a winning record in dual meets (5-4) which has never happened before at Sullivan. One of those dual wins was over D3 Keystone College which was another first for our program. I am confident that this program will continue to grow and eventually establish itself as a consistently strong JUCO wrestling program.”

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