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Sat.-Sun., April 19-20, 2014

SUNYIT Gets the Best of SUNY Canton in 13-7 Win

SUNY Canton defender Tony Carden (5) lines up for a hit on SUNYIT’s Andre Shattell.  Canton cut a 9-2 SUNYIT lead to 11-7, but could not overcome the deficit and fell 13-7. The Roos scored the opening goal when Tanner Pratt (Canton, NY) netted his 23rd of the season off a pass from Garrett DiTullio (Potsdam, NY).  (Alex Brock photo)  Game Gallery

Upstart Clarkson Sweeps First Twinbill vs. S.L.U.

St. Lawrence University batter Cailyn Welsh (21) looks on as Clarkson University’s Tirzah Smith (23) secures her pop up. In the first-ever meeting between the Saints and the first-year Knights, Clarkson swept the twinbill 6-4, 1-0. After dropping their first 19 games, the Knights have since won four of the last six games. (Drew Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery


Men's Baseball: Clarkson Sweeps; Others Split Twinbills
Women's Softball: Clarkson Sweeps S.L.U.; Bears Win 2
Men's Lacrosse:Canton, Clarkson, Pdam Win; SLU Falls
Women's Lacrosse: Potsdam Wins OT; Clarkson Wins

Vassar Women Hold Off St. Lawrence in 7-5 Win

St. Lawrence’s Hannah Calvelli (16) stick checks oncoming Vassar attacker Leigh Anne Baldwin (3) from behind. Vassar edged away from a 4-3 halftime lead to defeat St. Lawrence 7-5 in Liberty League action. Vassar was led by Isabelle Goldstein and Phoebe Tzannes with two goals.  (Alex Brock photo)  Game Gallery

Friday, April 18, 2014

Plattsburgh Fends Off Clarkson rally in 9-7 Win

Clarkson’s Tim Krauss (9) attempts to poke the ball away from SUNY Plattsburgh’s Cole Andersen (13). Tom Duggan's hat trick helped the SUNY Plattsburgh men's lacrosse team earn a 9-7 come-from-behind win.  Clarkson's Peter Goss and Tyler Tomeny netted goals in the first quarter while Plattsburgh's offense was silenced in the opening frame, giving the Golden Knights an early 2-0 lead. Matthew Gold opened the second with an unassisted goal to put Clarkson up by three, but Charlie Dullea and Duggan were responsible for the next two as the Cardinals trailed by a score of 3-2 at the half.  (Drew Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery

Empire State Winter Games STILL TO RUN 2015 edition

Organizers of the Empire State Winter Games, in the Northern Adirondacks, expressed disappointment Friday at the disbanding of the Empire State (Summer) Games. The Rochester-based group was formed three years ago to revive the summer spectacle. At the same time, the Lake Placid-based winter games organization said that the Empire State Winter Games (ESWG) are unaffected and will be held Feb. 5-8, 2015. This will mark the fifth consecutive year that a local coalition, formed in November 2010 when the state removed Games funding from its budget, will offer competition on the 1980 Olympic Winter Games venues in Lake Placid and Wilmington. Other event sites are located in Saranac Lake, Tupper Lake, Brighton and Harrietstown.“For us, it’s all systems go, with competitions in the Adirondack region set for next February,” said James McKenna, President of the Regional Office of Sustainable Tourism (ROOST) based in Lake Placid, and member of the Empire State Winter Games Organizing Committee. “The 2014 Winter Games featured 1,453 athletes, the most since we took over the winter events four years ago. We had committed sponsors in the form of Hannaford Supermarkets, Stewart’s Shops, Young Explosives, Select Sotheby’s International Realty, Northwoods Inn and Renzi Foodservice. The ESWG are important competitions for athletes who continue to climb the ladder to the Olympic Winter Games. Many former ESWG athletes have not only competed in the Olympics, but have returned home with medals. The group includes Andrew Weibrecht, a double Olympic medalist in alpine skiing; Erin Hamlin in luge; and Bill Demong, another winner of two Olympic medals in Nordic combined. The 2015 edition will commence with the Opening Ceremony on Feb. 5 in the Lake Placid Olympic Center. The iconic torch will be run into the 1980 Herb Brooks Arena for the symbolic lighting of the cauldron that officially marks the start of competition.


Men's Baseball: S.L.U., Canton Split; Plattsburgh Beaten
Women's Softball: St. Lawrence, Clarkson, Canton Split
Men's Lacrosse: Plattsburgh Surges To Beat Clarkson
Women's Lacrosse: S.L.U. Whips Bard, Clarkson Falls

St. Lawrence Bounces Back To Split Twinbill vs. RIT

St. Lawrence University’s Chris Fernandez (2) lays a tag on RIT’s Ronnie Canestro (1) as his attempt to swipe second base comes up short. S.L.U.’s Kevin Prindle held RIT to one run through seven innings and the St. Lawrence lineup shrugged off a tough first game performance to score 10 runs in the first four innings en route a 11-1 win and a split of Friday's Liberty League doubleheader with the Tigers. RIT won the first game 4-0.  The Saints remained in the thick of the Liberty League race just a game behind RIT in the standings. RIT leads the league at 9-4, while the Saints are 8-5 and 12-9. (Alex Brock photo)  Game Gallery

Games from April 12-17, 2014


Women's Softball: Clarkson Wins First-Ever; SLU Sweep
Men's Baseball: SLU Takes 3 From Clarkson; Cards Fall
Men's Lacrosse: SLU Doubles Potsdam; Canton Falls
Women's Lacrosse: S.L.U. Nips Clarkson; Canton Wins
High School Sports Take Easter Break From Snow/Cold

Clarkson Opens Home Field With First Win on Walkoff! 

SUNY Potsdam’s Katie Marsman stretches to catch the throw to prevent Clarkson University’s Alex Gaspar (3) from reaching base. A double to left-center by Lindsey Walsh in the bottom of the seventh inning lifted Clarkson’ softball team to its first win in program history with a walk-off hit in the nightcap of a doubleheader against Potsdam 8-7, after falling 2-1 in the inaugural opener at Scott Field. Kat Tamburro led off with a single to the left side. The Potsdam shortstop fielded the ball cleanly, but her throw was late and offline allowing Tamburro to advance to second. Just a few pitches later, Walsh hit a gap, and though Tamburro edged back to the base initially to make sure the ball wasn't caught, she was able to blaze home as the ball made it to the wall. (Drew Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery

Softball Arrives! S.L.U. Saints Sweep SUNY Canton 

SUNY Canton’s Jessica Rhodes (17) tags out St. Lawrence University’s Marissa Boyer (17), then throws to first to convert the double play. However, the Saints swept the Canton Roos 3-1 and 8-5 in the first games in the North Country.  (Drew Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery

Saints Men Rally in 3rd Quarter To Beat Potsdam 

SUNY Potsdam’s Rob Kunz (10) splits between two St. Lawrence University defenders to score the Bears’ fourth goal of the game. The Saints broke away from a 4-4 halftime tie with five straight goals in the third period, en route to a 10-5 win on Wednesday. (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

S.L.U. SAINTS Women Outlast Clarkson in 10-8 Final 

St. Lawrence University’s Abigail Owens (11) and Clarkson’s Hanna Gleason (13) battle at midfield for possession of the loose ball after a faceoff. The Saints held off the Golden Knights for a 10-8 victory in Liberty League action on Wednesday. (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

SUNY Potsdam Women Bow To Oswego in 13-6 Final 

SUNY Oswego’s Brittany Koelmel (23) steals the ball from SUNY Potsdam’s Bailey Weigel (6) to thwart a scoring chance on the Lakers’ goal. The Lakers jumped to a commanding 9-3 lead at the half, on their way to a 13-6 SUNYAC win.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Friday, April 11, 2014

Clarkson Women Drop 14-5 Decision to SUNY Oswego

Clarkson goalie Kara DiNatale cuts down the angle on Oswego forward Lindsey Eggers (3). DiNatale made nine saves for the Knights, but Clarkson fell to Oswego 14-4 in non-league action. (Alex Brock photo)  Game Gallery


Women's Lacrosse: Clarkson, St. Lawrence Beaten
Men's Baseball: SUNY Canton Wins; Plattsburgh Edged
Women's Softball: Plattsburgh Splits With Fredonia


While St. Lawrence University senior forward Greg Carey was part of some big upsets during his collegiate career, it wasn't to be in the 2014 Hobey Baker Award voting as Carey, and fellow Hobey Hat Trick finalist Nic Dowd of St. Cloud State finished behind Boston College forward Johnny Gaudreau, the front-runner for the award through most of the last two months of the season. Friday did include some good news for Carey, the first Saint player to be part of the Hobey Hat Trick and the first Saint to earn back-to-back Hobey Baker finalist honors. He was named a first-team All America by the American Hockey Coaches Association, becoming All America for the second straight year and the seventh two-time All America in program history and first since 1988. The ECAC co-Player of the Year, he was named to the Senior CLASS Award All America first team, was a College Hockey News All Star and was back-to-back ECAC league and overall scoring champion. He went from leading the nation in goal scoring as a junior to being the leader in assists at the end of the regular season as a senior. He will finish third in the overall scoring race this season, led by Gaudreau's 80 points. Carey signed with the Phoenix Coyotes at the end of the recently-completed season.

 St. Lawrence Suffers 11-7 Setback to SUNY Geneseo

St. Lawrence University’s Michaela Maybee (7) sprints past Geneseo defenders Lauren Corbett (21) Liz Felix (23) in the open field.  The St. Lawrence University women's lacrosse team rallied from three goals down to tie the score in the second half against nationally-ranked No. 9 SUNY Geneseo on Friday in Canton, NY.  However, a season-high four goals from Tara Basile helped the Knights avoid the upset and defeat the Saints by the score of 11-7. Geneseo improves to 9-1 on the season after finishing with advantages in shots (25-17), ground balls (21-14) and draw controls (12-8).  St. Lawrence falls to 4-6 despite 10 saves by goalie Addie Cunningham.  (Alex Brock photo)  Game Gallery

Wed.-Thu., April 9-10, 2014

Battle of Unbeatens: Potsdam Downs Canton 9-3

Canton’s Emily Pinckney (18) attempts to scamper around the defense of Potsdam’s Allie Compeau (22).  The Sandstoners defeated the Golden Bears in a battle of two previously-unbeatens. Potsdam tallied the first four goals. Kalie Grant led Potsdam with five goals, while Hannah Dreschel and Annette Rishe each found the back of the net twice. Tess Knight scored two goals and Emily Pinckney added one tally for Canton. With a strong defensive effort in front of her, Katelyn Bloom needed to make only one save. Megan Howard made three stops in net for the Bears. With the win, Potsdam moved to 4-0. Canton dropped to 3-1.  (Drew Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery

NCSN WED.-THU. Headlines

Boys Lacrosse: Potsdam Splits Back-To-Back Games
Girls Lacrosse: Potsdam Hand Canton First Loss 9-3
Men's Lacrosse: SLU Beats Clarkson; Potsdam Rallies
Women's Lacrosse: Potsdam Downs Morrisville 19-15

Salmon River Rolls To 2nd Win Beating Potsdam 15-1

Salmon River’s Russ Oakes (13) steals the ball away from Potsdam’s Keegan O’Gorman (20) near the Sandstoners’ goal. Oakes ripped three goals and dished three assists to lead the Shamrocks to a 15-1 win over Potsdam. Skyler Thomas added three goals and two assists. Kason Tarbell pitched in two goals and two assists, while Allan Jacobs fired in three goals for the Shamrocks (2-0). Taz Jacobs-Oakes and Darius LaFrance turned away one shot apiece in the Shamrock net. Max Warden scored Potsdam’s lone goal. Chase Palmer turned away 12 shots in the Stoners’ net.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

POTSDAM rallies late in game to NIP PLATTSBURGH 8-7

SUNY Plattsburgh’s Brendan Damm rifles a shot that whistles past SUNY Potsdam goalie Ryan Duffy (30) and the post.  Potsdam scored three straight goals to take an 8-6 lead in the fourth quarter, then hung on for an 8-7 SUNYAC victory.  (Drew Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery


Clarkson’s Ryan St.Croix (7) sets up to rip a shot on the goal past St. Lawrence defender Ryan Brigham (3 in the Saints' 13-7 win vs. the Knights.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Sat.-Sun., April 5-6, 2014


Boys Lacrosse: Salmon River Opens Beating Massena
Girls Lacrosse: Canton, Heuvelton Win; Massena Falls
Men's Lacrosse: SLU, Potsdam Win; Canton, Platts. Fall
Women's Lacrosse: SLU, Canton Win; Potsdam Beaten
Men's Baseball: Clarkson Splits, Canton Wins;SLU Falls

Heuvelton Captures First Win Beating Saranac Lake

Saranac Lake’s Meg Tubridy (4) scoops up the ball after knocking it loose but is quickly chased down by four Heuvelton defenders. Jackie Sovie racked up nine goals, while Olivia St. Pierre chipped in four goals for the Bulldogs who improved to a 1-1 record overall.  Kylie Piercey, Maddie St. Pierre and Renee Breault all pitched in a goal.  Heather Thompson made one save to lock up the victory. (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Nicol Leads St. Lawrence Past Vassar College 13-8

St. Lawrence University’s Conor Healey (5) shields the ball from Vassar’s Matt Altman (2).  Tom Hovey scored a career-high seven goals, including the game-winner, pacing nationally-ranked #17 SLU past Vassar 13-8. The Saints improve to 6-3 (2-1) after outshooting the Brewers (5-5, 1-2) by a 46-30 margin. (Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery


SUNY Potsdam Romps Past Castleton State 16-4

SUNY Potsdam’s Matt Kennedy (29) cradles the ball through Castleton defenders Dillon Robinson (25) and Louis Alhage (8).  Potsdam dispatched Castleton State 16-4.  The goals came as steady as the snow flurries did as sophomore Ed Doherty, senior Rob Kunz and junior Jon Woodworth teamed up to each enjoy personal-best games, while the defense and the goaltending of the Bears kept the Spartans in check.  ( Drew Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery

Friday, April 4, 2014

O.F.A. Girls Open Season Beating Shamrocks 11-4

Salmon River’s Morgan Thompson (4) escapes pressure against an Ogdensburg defender (blue) in the league opener for both teams. Mackenzie Bresett led the way for the Blue Devils with three goals. Carly Garrison, Sky Hoover and Taylor Smith contributed two goals each in the winning effort. Marissa Foster stopped 10 shots for the O.F.A.. Shawnee Oakes led the Shamrocks with two goals.   (Alex Brock photo)  Game Gallery

Clarkson Women Bow To Rochester in 8-4 Setback

University of Rochester’s Haleigh Wetzel (2) spins around two Clarkson defenders and breaks away toward the goal. Clarkson could not hold on to a slim first-half lead. The University of Rochester outscored the Golden Knights 5-0 over the final 30 minutes to gain an 8-4 road win in Liberty League play on Friday.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery



Girls Lacrosse: O.F.A. Downs Salmon River in Opener
Women's Lacrosse: S.L.U. Wins 11-9; Clarkson Beaten
Men's Baseball: Canton Splits Twinbill at Briarcliffe

St. Lawrence Outlasts R.I.T. Tigers in 11-9 Slugfest

St. Lawrence University’s Parker Benedict (21) and Julia Spier (19) battle against R.I.T players for possession of the ball at midfield. The Saints outshot the Tigers 13-5 in the second half to earn an 11-9 win in their Liberty League home opener at Leet Field. 
Sage Sarkis scored five goals for the Saints in the contest.   (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Thursday, April 3, 2014

gibson logs shutout in canton's 14-0 win vs. colts

 Canton Josh Huiatt (18) sprints around a screen and a Colton-Pierrepont defender for a chance on net. Canton’s Jake Facey and Payton VanBibber tossed in four goals, while Hunter Yerdon notched three scores in the Golden Bears’ 14-0 shutout victory in the lone Thursday game, held at SUNY Potsdam as the Section X schedule continues to be riddled with postponements due to field conditions. Single markers were scored by Dan Ames, Cody Moore and Derek Glasgow. The Canton defense held the Colts to just five shots on goaltender Nate Gibson who logged the shutout.  (Drew Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery


The 2014 Brian Leonard Football Camp will be held June 30 – July 3 (Day Camp Only) at Sandstoner Park in Potsdam, NY. The park is located at 43 Pine Street and is 1.7 miles from last years camp location. Registration information will be posted soon at Congratulations to Brian Leonard on another outstanding season. The eighth-year pro has now played in 87 NFL games and has caught 142 passes for 993 yards (7 yards per catch). He has also carried the ball 221 times for 828 yards (3.8 yards per carry). In addition, he is credited with 99 career first downs. 2013 Most Valuable Player Miles Sexton (Immaculate Heart High School) will play football for Seton Hill University this fall (NCAA II).   8 campers made the 2013 Watertown Daily Times All-North Football Team including First Team: O’den Robertson - Running Back - Potsdam. J.P. Reagan - Running Back – Massena. Nolan Rufa – Offensive Line - Ogdensburg Free Academy. Zach Rottier – Defensive Line - Potsdam. Kevin Goolden – Defensive Line - Ogdensburg Free Academy. Austyn Frechette – Linebacker - Immaculate Heart Central. Second Team: Jacob Bryant - Wide Receiver – Potsdam. Jordan McCormick - Linebacker - Ogdensburg Free Academy. Honorable Mention: Morgan Stevens – Quarterback - Tupper Lake. Hunter Yerdon – Quarterback - Canton. Miles Sexton - Wide Receiver - Immaculate Heart Central. Troy Gates – Linebacker - Gouverneur. Eric Mullin – Linebacker - South Jefferson.


Boys Lacrosse: Canton Downs Colton-Pierrepont 14-0


From SUNY Potsdam Sports Information
The lists of accolades for SUNY Potsdam freshman women's hockey player Jordan Ott (Hilton, N.Y./Rochester Edge) just keeps getting longer. This morning, U.S. College Hockey Online ( named Ott its Division III Women's Hockey Rookie of Year. She is the first Bear to receive the honor.   At the conclusion of the 2013-14 season, Ott was chosen as the ECAC West's Rookie of the Year and a member of the all-conference second team. During the 15-week regular season, the Hilton, N.Y. native garnered eight ECAC West Rookie of the Week awards.   "Jordan's accomplishments this season have been inspiring for all of us," said Bears seventh-year head coach Jay Green. "To be selected as the Rookie of the Year by USCHO is an acknowledgement any first-year athlete could only hope for. There are a number of quality players at our level and we are very proud and excited that Jordan has been selected. Jordan's passion for the game and success will be visible for a more years to come here in Potsdam as we look forward to continued success for our athletes and our program."   Ott started her collegiate career quickly, scoring her and Potsdam first's goal of the season in the Bears season opener against Saint Michael's on Nov. 2. It was the first goal in newly renovated Maxcy Ice Arena. She finished the season with a school record 22 goals and a program-best 36 points, tying her for the team lead. She played in 25 of Potsdam's 26 games and recorded two or more points in 12 of those contests.


Week of March 25-April 2, 2014


Massena’s Cole Allen (17) gets past a Potsdam defender, then beats Potsdam goalie Chase Palmer (14).   Massena's Rhoades Tarbell dished three goals and two assists, while Allen and Kendrick Angus tossed din two goals apiece to lead the Red Raiders to a 15-2 win.  Josh Sanchez notched both goals for Potsdam.  (Foote photo)  Game Gallery

#16 St. Lawrence Hangs On To Edge SUNY Geneseo 8-7

St. Lawrence University’s Ryan Brigham (3) gains control of the faceoff against SUNY Geneseo. St. Lawrence was led by Marc Perron’s two goals, while Nick Ford turned in 12 saves.  The nationally-ranked #16 Saints jumped out to a 5-1 lead, but had to hang on for an 8-7 non-conference win. (Eric Foote photo)  Game Gallery

NCSN MARCH 25-April 2 Headlines

Boys Lacrosse:Larries Rally To Win; Canton Falls To GB
Girls Lacrosse: Potsdam Blanks Saranac Lake 16-0
Men's Lacrosse: St. Lawrence Scrapes Out 8-7 Win
Women's Lacrosse: Potsdam Downs Concordia 16-11
Men's Baseball: Clarkson Splits Twinbill at Rensselaer
Women's Softball: Bears Still Seek First Win in Florida

suny potsdam men rack up 17-5 win over suny canton

While facing heavy pressure, SUNY Potsdam’s Berkley Stone attempts to split between SUNY Canton defenders Zack Opiela (28) and Kristian Daley (26) from Canton, NY.  In an April 1st contest in Potsdam, the Bears racked up the first eight goals, then cruised to a 17-5 win over Canton.  (Drew Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery

Potsdam Opens With 16-0 Shutout Win vs. red storm

Saranac Lake’s Macy Fischer (9) takes a long shot, but is blocked by two Potsdam defenders.  The Sandstoners opened the season with a flurry with a 16-0 win.  Annette Rishe paced the Potsdam attack with six goals and an assist. (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery


SUNY Potsdam’s Rob Kunz (10) protects the ball from Utica’s Tom Bryne (11). Three different players had a career day for the SUNY Potsdam men's lacrosse team as the Bears raised the bar in a hard fought 11-8 victory against Utica College on Thursday under cold conditions around the freezing mark throughout the game.  Game Gallery

Larries Rally To Overcome Potsdam 7-5 in Opener

Potsdam’s Bank Suikum (11) zeroes in for a shot on net after slipping past St. Lawrence Central defender Tyler Kowalchuk (1). Lukas Arquiett and Marshall Berninghausen scored three goals apiece in leading the Larries from a 5-2 halftime deficit with five unanswered goals to beat the Sandstoners 7-5 in their season opener. Kody Kocsis backstopped the win with a second-half shutout and 17 saves total. (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Sun.-Mon., March 23-24, 2014

celebration for clarkson hockey champions

Clarkson's Jamie Lee Rattray, winner of the Patty Kazmaier Award and MVP of the Frozen Four, is introduced to the nearly 1,500 fans during Cheel Arena ceremonies on Monday to honor the N.C.A.A. Division I Women's Ice Hockey Champions.  Clarkson gritted out a 5-4 victory over Minnesota on Sunday.  At the ceremony, Clarkson President Tony Collins noted, "Today, one sure thing better than a Golden Gopher is to be a Golden Knight!"  (Eric Foote photo)  Ceremony Gallery

Clarkson head coaches Matt and Shannon Derosiers thanked all of the team and Clarkson supper staff for their contributions, thanked the crowd for the support during its championship season and gave thanks to the Clarkson Pep Band for being the “sixth man,” at all the games, helping to boost the Golden Knights to its spectacular 31-5-5 season that ended with the national title in Sunday's game, held at Quinnipiac University in Connecticut.  Congratulations Clarkson on a historic season!

Clarkson’s Jamie Lee Rattray holds the championship trophy while celebrating with some young Clarkson fans.


Women's Hockey: Clarkson & Plattsburgh Win Titles!


 With the Clarkson flag draped at the end of the ladder bucket, the Potsdam Fire Department led the way along the final leg home for the 2014 National Champion Clarkson Golden Knights.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Ceremony Gallery

Clarkson women's hockey captains Carly Mercer, Jamie Lee Rattray and Vanessa Gagnon speak the fans thanking them for the support during the season.  The three captains were also honored for their individual accomplishments in scoring, including Rattray's winning the Patty Kazmaier Award and MVP of the 2014 Frozen Four Tournament.


Week of March 10-16, 2014

Clarkson Beats Boston College; Heads To final 4!

Clarkson’s Shannon MacAulay (24) attempts a move around a Boston College defender in Saturday’s NCAA quarterfinal game. Vanessa compiled two goals and one assist, while Erica Howe stopped 23 shots to lead Clarkson to the NCAA Frozen Four at Quinnipiac. (Alex Brock photo)  Game Gallery

Canton Thumps Lyndon State in Home Opener 22-3

Trevor Wight (11) takes a shot in Saturdays lacrosse game while being challenged by a Lyndon defender. Lyndon State struck first, but SUNY Canton answered with eight straight goals and won 22-3. (Alex Brock photo)  Game Gallery


Men's Hockey: Clarkson Falls in Game 3; SLU Beaten
Women's Hockey: Clarkson, Plattsburgh Head to Final 4
Men's Lacrosse: Clarkson, Plattsburgh, Canton Win
Men's Baseball: Cards Win; Canton Splits; SLU, CU Fall
Women's Softball: Clarkson Falls in First-Ever Games

S.l.u. Hockey Season Ends
in ECAC Quarterfinals 4-3

St. Lawrence's Jeremy Wick (19) clears out a Colgate attacker in front while goalie Matt Weninger is covering the puck.  Colgate University rallied from a 2-1 deficit with three straight goals and then held off St. Lawrence to win game two of a best of three ECAC quarterfinal series, completing the sweep and ending the Saints season.  (Eric Foote photo) 

Sunday, March 9, 2014

Massena Reigns! N.y.S. Division I Champions!

Massena Red Raiders celebrate on ice after capturing the New York State Division I Hockey Championship defeating Ithaca 4-1. Patrick Manning supplied two goals and was named game MVP. Dylan Stone and Ryan Thomas each scored a goal. Tyler Young was named the NYS Division I MVP for the season.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Championship Photo Gallery

NCSN SUNday's Headlines

Boys Hockey:Massena Wins,Beekmantown Falls in Final
Men's Hockey: Clarkson Wins Game #3 To Advance
Women's Hockey: Clarkson Falls 1-0 in League Final
Men's Lacrosse: SUNY Canton, SUNY Plattsburgh Win
Men's Baseball: SLU Splits; Canton, Plattsburgh Drop 2
Women's Softball: St. Lawrence Splits Twinbill in Florida

Clarkson Edged By Cornell 1-0 in E.C.A.C. Women's Title

 Cornell’s Cassandra Poudrier (5) fires in the game's lone goal. Cornell did not allow for any pucks to find the back of the net as Big Red go on to win 1-0 for its second straight ECAC Hockey Tournament Championship and its fourth in five years.  The loss is the first for the Knights since December 6th against North Dakota. Clarkson had been 16-0-3 in its previous 19 games. Clarkson will be the #3 seed in the upcoming NCAA Tournament and will host Boston College at Cheel Arena on Saturday, March 15 at 4:00 p.m. (Shonn Surber photo)  Game Gallery