College sports in brief: Palmer, Mix earn conference honors; Hamilton College women's lacrosse ranked
Palmer pitcher of the week again
Camden High School graduate and SUNY Cobleskill junior Wyatt Palmer is the North Atlantic Conference’s Pitcher of the Week for a third time.
Palmer, a junior right-hander, notched a rare nine-inning shutout over SUNY Poly last Monday, allowing only three hits while striking out six and walking two.
Palmer also earned the honor once earlier in April as well as in March.
This season, Palmer -- a transfer from Cayuga Community College -- is 4-1 overall in five starts with a 2.45 ERA in 29 1/3 innings. He has struck out 17 on the season.
Camden’s Mix earns Empire 8 honor
Camden High School and Utica University freshman Mackenzie Mix is the Empire 8’s outdoor track athlete of the week for the second time this month.
Mix broke both of her recent outdoor school records with a strong double in the 100- and 200-meter dash events Saturday at Westfield State.
Her time of 12.18 seconds was the best in 100-meters, while she bested her record by almost two tenths at 200-meters with a winning time of 25.26 seconds. Her latest 100-meter time is 22nd in the nation. Mix earned her second E8 weekly accolade of the spring.
Hamilton College women's lax ranked No. 13
The Hamilton College women’s lacrosse team remains in the same position in the ILWomen/Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association Division III Top 25 poll.
The rankings, released Monday, have the Continentals ranked No. 13 for the second time in as many weeks.
Hamilton is 6-3 overall and 4-3 in the New England Small College Athletic Conference following an 8-7 win overtime win over then-16th ranked Trinity on Saturday.
A total of eight of NESCAC teams are ranked in the poll. Trinity is now ranked No. 17.
Senior Olivia Seymour scored the winner with three seconds left in overtime to cap a four-goal effort Saturday in Clinton. The win snapped a three-game losing streak for Hamilton.
Senior Eva Abel leads the Continentals with 22 goals and Seymour has a team-best 12 assists and 32 points.
Sophomore Meghan Lane paces the team with 44 draw controls and 22 ground balls. Hamilton’s four goalkeepers have combined for a 8.46 goals against average and .480 save percentage.
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