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NCAA Division III All-America center Jen Feneli led Brockport (9-7, 8-5) to a 54-45 upset of Buffalo State's women's basketball team Tuesday night at the Buffalo State Sports Arena.

The Lady Bengals (12-3, 9-3) had two previous losses at the hands of SUNYAC leader Cortland.

Feneli, a 6-foot senior from Fairport, led all scorers with 14 and blocked four shots to become only the third Division III player in history to block more than 300 in her career. She has 301.

Buffalo State, which led by three at the half but was outscored, 34-22, in the final 20 minutes/=. Tina Williams and Yashica Martin each with nine points were high scorers for the Lady Bengals, who shot only 24.2 percent (16-66) overall and 18.8 percent (3 of 16) from three-point range.

Geneseo's women (8-7, 6-5 SUNYAC) edged Fredonia (7-7, 6-5), 57-55. Renee Harpster (Holy Angels) had 19 for Fredonia.

MEN'S BASKETBALL: Justin Booth scored 23 points and grabbed 14 rebounds but Buffalo State (5-11, 3-9) bowed to visiting Brockport, 76-72, in overtime. Brockport scored the first basket of the game, then never led again until the overtime. Marty Sykes (Springville) had 10 for the Bengals. Mike Masters led the winning Golden Eagles (12-4, 11-2) with 17.

Fredonia (7-7, 6-5 in SUNYAC) upset visiting Geneseo (8-7, 7-4), 72-57, as Scott Kindelmann led with 23 points for the Blue Devils. Mike Gibbons (Olean) added 21. . . . Mike Tyszka (West Seneca) scored 24 as Hilbert (5-9) lost at RIT (12-2), 72-62.

HOCKEY: Niagara University's men's hockey team slipped one place to 14th in the USA Today/American Hockey Magazine Poll. On the NU women's side, Tania Pinelli was named ECAC goaltender of the week for the second week in a row and freshman Valerie Hall of the Purple Eagles was named ECAC/ Louisville rookie of the week. They stood out in a pair of shutout victories over Yale last weekend.

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