2017 College Baseball Seasons End:

Clarkson Eliminated From Liberty League Playoffs in Loss to R.I.T.

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clarkson beats out s.l.u in game one of double 8-1

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St. Lawrence University's Beau Yaremko (3) drives the ball down the left base line for an RBI single in the fifth inning bringing the score to a 5-1 lead for Clarkson. The Golden Knights held off the Saints for a 8-1 victory in game one of the double header. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Clarkson University pitcher Ryan Riley (34) strikes out the last batter of the game assisting the Golden Knights to a 8-5 victory over the Bard Raptors in the first game in Friday's double header. (Samuel Wangerin photo) Game Gallery

SUNY Canton’s Seth Douglas (35) drives the ball deep and over the fence in center field for a grand slam in the fourth inning breaking the 4-4 tie and giving the Kangaroos a 8-4 lead. SUNY Canton strung together a nine run inning in the fourth with homers from Clemente and Douglas lifting them to a 10-7 victory over Clarkson. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

April 14: Late-inning runs helped the Clarkson University Baseball team take the opening two games of a four game set against Bard on Friday afternoon in Jack Phillips Stadium. Clarkson improves to 10-11 on the year and 7-5 in the Liberty League. Bard drops to 8-12 with a 3-7 conference record. In the first game, it took Clarkson's offense a long time to get going, but the Golden Knights did enough in the final three frames to take an 8-5 win. Although Clarkson got base runners in each of the first four innings, none of them came on hits. To make matters worse, Bard took a 1-0 lead in the first on a Adam Carafotes single and then added three more runs in the top of the fifth on three hits. However, with their backs against the wall, the Green and Gold came alive in the bottom of the fifth. Brad Pearson walked to start the inning, and then after a Clarkson out, Dom Pirro singled to right field for Clarkson's first hit of the game. After another Clarkson out, Cam Bando came through with a double to right center to score Pearson and move Pirro to third base. Ben Knauf followed with a single to right field that scored Pirro and Bando. Clarkson's offense stayed hot in the sixth as the Golden Knights took their first lead of the game. Pinch hitter Nolan Duda worked a walk to start and then pinch runner Connor Dietrich moved up on a Nate Burns sacrifice bunt. Pearson struck out, but he was able to hustle down the line and reach first when Bard's catcher dropped the third strike and then made a throwing error. Chris Miller was then hit by a pitch to load the bases. Pirro roped a pitch into the right center gap to score Dietrich and Pearson. Fraser got a double of his own when he pulled one down the right field line as two more runs scored. After a Bando single, Clarkson added one more run when Knauf's sacrifice bunt scored Fraser. Bard scored one run in the top of the seventh, but a line drive double play killed any chances of a longer rally as Clarkson closed out the win. In the second game, runs in the sixth, seventh, and eighth innings allowed Clarkson to withstand a late Bard rally and escape with a 5-4 win. Clarkson wasted little time getting its offense going in the second game as the Green and Gold scored twice in the first. Both runs came on a Bando double to left center with Pirro and Miller scoring. Bard got two of their own runs in the top of the second though to retie at two, which is where the score stayed for the majority of the game. It was not until the bottom of the sixth that Clarkson could finally break the deadlock. The tie was broken on one swing of the bat when Pirro led off the frame with a home run to left field, his third four-bagger of the season. Miller added an RBI single in the seventh to score Joe Stockman and Mike Messier's RBI bunt single gave Clarkson an extra insurance run that proved pivotal. After a lead-off out, two straight Bard singles gave the Raptors a lifeline. A bunt by Quinn McInerney led to a Clarkson error that allowed two Raptors to come around and score and left McInerney on second base representing the tying run. Ryan Riley was able to get a strikeout followed a groundout to slam the door closed and pick up his second save of the year. Ted Wilson started the first game on the mound for Clarkson and he went five innings, allowing four runs on six hits and one walk. Wilson also had five strikeouts. Riley entered that game in relief of Wilson and pitched the final two innings, giving up one unearned run on two hits and one walk. Riley got half of his six outs via strikeout to earn the victory. In the second game, Rory Corcoran got the victory thanks to his six inning performance. Corcoran gave up two runs, one earned, on two hits and three walks to go with two strikeouts. Mark Connor threw two and one third innings in relief and gave up two runs on two hits. Riley then recorded the final two outs. Pirro reached base in seven of his eight plate appearances with five hits and two walks. Knauf had a team high three runs batted in in the first game while Bando had a pair of hits in each of the wins.

April 11: A nine run rally in the fourth inning was too much for the Clarkson University Baseball team to overcome as the Golden Knights fell to visiting Canton 10-7 on Tuesday afternoon in Jack Phillips Stadium.   Clarkson falls to 8-11 on the season while Canton is now 4-14.   The first three innings belonged entirely to Clarkson as the Green and Gold jumped out to a 3-0 lead and did not allow a Canton hit in that span. In the first inning, Mike Bonk walked and then Chris Miller singled through the right side. After a Clarkson out, Joe Fraser was hit by a pitch to load the bases. Cam Bando brought home the first run when Bonk scored on a sacrifice fly. Even though Ben Knauf walked to follow Bando, that was the only run Clarkson could score as three runners were left on base. In the third inning, Miller's double and Pirro's single started Clarkson with runners on the corners. Fraser then lifted a sacrifice fly to score Miller. Bando walked and then completed a double steal with Pirro. With Pirro charging home from third base, Knauf laid a bunt down the first place line that scored Pirro and put Knauf on first base with a single. Yet again though Clarkson left runners on base as neither Bando or Knauf came around to score.   After getting just one runner on base in the first three innings, Seth Douglas started the fourth inning with a bunt single and then Wilson Matos followed him with a two-run home run to left field. After two Kangaroos were retired, Canton strung together a long rally. Two singles and a walk loaded the bases for Canton. It looked like Clarkson might get out of the inning with a ground ball, but an error kept the rally alive as one run scored. A wild pitch scored another run before a walk reloaded the bases. Douglas was due up for a second time in the inning and he hit a towering grand slam to center field to make the score 8-3. Canton added one more run when Matos, who reached on a walk, came around to score thanks to singles by Brandon Welch and Trevor Keleher.   Clarkson struggled to put together any long rallies, but did slowly chip away at the Canton lead. Knauf singled in the sixth and then moved over to third base on two wild pitches. Knauf came home to score on a RBI groundout by Alex Hill. The Golden Knights added another run in the seventh when Pirro scored on a wild pitch.   Canton got one run back in the eighth inning as Travis Schindler's long double scored Brett Hoberman. Clarkson answered with two runs in the eighth as Pirro singled to score Miller and then Fraser's double to center field scored Pirro. That was the final rally for Clarkson though as a double play ball erased the only Clarkson base runner in the ninth inning.   Jeremy Barber took the loss for Clarkson as he pitched three and two thirds innings and allowed seven runs, with only two of them earned. Barber had five strikeouts with four hits allowed. Will Miles relieved Barber and could not record an out in three batters faced. Ethan Kornbrek pitched the next three and two third innings and allowed one run on two hits and two strikeouts. Nate Burns got one out before Mark Connor pitched the final one and one third innings. Miller, Pirro, and Knauf all had three hits for Clarkson while Fraser had the other two of the Golden Knights' 11.  


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SUNY Canton’s Seth Douglas (35) drives the ball deep and over the centerfield fence for a grand slam in the fourth inning, giving the Kangaroos an 8-3 lead.  SUNY Canton strung together a nine-run fourth inning, including a two-run homer from Wilson Matos lifting them to a 10-7 victory over Clarkson.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery 

Canton native Francesco Palumbo recorded his first career RBI in the nightcap of a doubleheader at New York University.  The SUNY Canton baseball team opened its 2017 season dropping a pair of games in chilly conditions to host NYU, 6-5 and 20-1.  (SUNY Canton photo)

March 5: The SUNY Canton baseball team opened its 2017 season on the road dropping a pair of games in chilly conditions to host New York University, 6-5 and 20-1, Sunday afternoon. Junior Francesco Palumbo recorded his first career RBI in the nightcap. The Roos fall to 0-2, while the Violets improve to 4-0 on the season. Game 1 – Box Score The Roos got on the board first in the top of the first as Matos got the inning started legging out an infield single with one out. Douglas and Baez loaded the bases drawing back-to-back free passes and with two outs Ben Miller was hit by a pitch earning his first RBI in a Roo uniform. NYU took its first lead of the game with two runs in the third and another run in the fourth inning. Colman Hendershot and Coltrane Tait produced RBI singles in the third, while Jack Walter laced an RBI double down the right field line in the fourth. SUNY Canton responded with a big sixth inning plating four runners to take a 5-3 lead into the bottom of the sixth. Christian Nazario-Cruz walked with the bases loaded as Derrek DuPont scored and Travis Schindler also crossed the plate on the wild pitch. Matos followed with a one out 2 RBI single to right field. The Violets threatened in the bottom of the seventh. Walter led off with a double to right field and Ryan Mclaughlin reached on a fielding error. NYU loaded the bases after a Hendershot walk and a Jon Iaione sacrifice fly got the hosts within one with runners on second and third with one out. Tom Brusca, who came on to pitch the seventh, sat Tait down looking on a 2-2 count and induced a Moscow ground out to leave a pair of runners in scoring position and keep the Roos on top 5-4. Walter later tied the game with an RBI groundout in the eighth. Tate doubled home Iaione in the bottom of the ninth, who started the inning with a one out single and stole second as the Violets earned the walk-off win. Matos led the Roos with two hits and 2 RBI, while Cruz and Miller each recorded a hit and drove in a run. Travis Bigelow took the no-decision on the mound tossing six innings giving up three unearned runs with eight strikeouts. Robbie Osterer surrendered two hits and one unearned run over one-third of an inning taking the loss. Jarret Weiss earned his third victory of the season for NYU tossing one inning of scoreless ball in relief. Game 2 – Box Score The Roo bats struggled to get going in the nightcap as the game remained tight heading to the third inning. From there, the Violets scored at least three runs each over the next four innings to open a commanding lead and earn the 17-0 win. The bright spot came for the Roos in the eighth inning when Palumbo grounded out to third scoring Seth Douglas as the Canton native recorded his first collegiate RBI. Douglas took the loss on the mound tossing three and one-third innings scattering nine hits and eight earned runs with four strike outs. Hendershot earned the win throwing a no-hitter through five innings of work. The baseball team has nearly a week off before it opens seven games in a seven day stretch in the Snowbird Baseball Classic as part of its Spring Break trip to Port Charlotte, FL.

SUNY Canton first baseman Seth Douglas is getting looks from Major League baseball teams, after showing natural ability and setting school records.  (Cody Jenne photo)

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s.l.u. saints fall to clarkson golden knights in game one

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St. Lawrence University's Devin Robson (24) launches the ball down the right-field line for an RBI single to tie the game 3-3 in the third inning. The Saints battled back from a 3-0 deficit to capture the 4-3 victory in game one of the double header. (Sam Wangerin photo) Game Gallery

St. Lawrence University's Devin Robson (24) drives the ball into centerfield to earn an RBI in the third inning.  A three-run outburst in each of the third and sixth innings lifted SUNY Plattsburgh over the Saints in an 8-4 non league victory. (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

April 14: Adam Reichel's walk-off walk in game one and two home runs in game two helped the St. Lawrence baseball team sweep Skidmore in a Liberty League doubleheader on Friday afternoon on Tom Fay Field. The Saints took game one 4-3 and made a late offensive push in game two en route to a 17-8 win. Both games saw the Saints erase early three-run deficits, as they snapped a seven-game slide to improve to 6-11 overall and 4-4 in Liberty League action. Skidmore falls to 9-11 overall and 4-8 against conference opponents. The 17 runs in game two are the most for St. Lawrence baseball since a 17-5 win over Mount Saint Mary on March 23, 2016. Sam Downes went the distance for the Saints in game, allowing three runs on five hits with four strikeouts. After giving up a run in the first and two in the second to give Skidmore a 3-0 lead, he allowed just two more hits through the final five innings and worked out of a bases loaded jam in the sixth. Emmett Dunn earned the win in game two, as he was still the pitcher of record when the Saints put up a five-spot in the bottom of the sixth to take a 9-7 lead. He allowed seven runs on eight hits through six innings with four strikeouts. Game 1 – Skidmore took a 1-0 lead in the first inning on an RBI single to left by Dan Dasgupta and pushed the lead to 3-0 with a pair of runs in the second inning. In the bottom of the third inning for the Saints, Evan O'Keeffe hit a leadoff single to left and Jeremy Gerringer walked to put two men aboard. With one out, Reichel doubled down the right field line to score O'Keeffe for the Saints first run, and Michael LeFevre followed with a two-run double to center to clear the bases and tie the game at 3-3. The Thoroughbreds were threatening with a two-out rally in the top of the sixth after a single and a pair of walks loaded the bases, but Downes got Matt Marino to fly out centerfield to end the inning and escape unscathed. The Saints also turned a timely double play in the top of the seventh to keep Skidmore off the board and set up the walk-off opportunity in the bottom of the frame. With one out, Taylor Digilio and O'Keeffe hit back to back singles through the left side and Gerringer followed with a walk to load the bases. Brendon Frank reached on a fielder's choice, as Skidmore was able to get the force out at the plate. But in the next at bat, Reichel earned a RBI four-pitch walk to score O'Keeffe and give the Saints the 4-3 win. O'Keeffe finished 2-for-3 with two runs scored, while both Reichel and LeFevre finished with two RBI in the opening game. Game 2 – After taking a 2-0 lead in the bottom of the second inning, Dunn and the Saints gave up five runs on six hits – all singles - in the top of fourth for a 5-2 lead for the visitors. St. Lawrence chipped away with two runs on two hits in the bottom of the fourth, and then, with Skidmore's lead increased to 7-4, switched the offense into high gear for five runs in the bottom of the sixth to take the lead for good. Four straight singles put the first run across and then a costly throwing error by Skidmore on a fielder's choice by Frank plated the tying runs in O'Keeffe and Digilio. In the next at bat, Reichel hit a two-run, line-drive home run down the right field line to give the Saints the 9-7 advantage. With two outs and runners on second and third in the bottom of the seventh, Skidmore intentionally walked Reichel to load the bases and pitch to LeFevre. The Pleasant Valley, N.Y. native drilled a bases-clearing double to deep center field and Larsen earned an RBI walked later in the inning to give St. Lawrence a 13-8 lead heading into the eight. The Saints add four more runs in their final at-bat with help from an RBI double by Frank, Reichel's second two-run home run to right center and an RBI single to right by Larsen. In total, St. Lawrence combined for 15 runs through the final four innings. Reichel, Larsen, O'Keeffe and Gerringer each had multi-hit games with Reichel, O'Keeffe and Gerringer each also scoring three runs. LeFevre and Reichel finished with four RBI to lead the Saints. Will Fellows and Liam Rogers were solid on the mound in relief of Dunn. Rogers pitched two scoreless innings and allowed just one hit, while striking out four of the seven batters he faced.

April 12: Michael LeFevre led the St. Lawrence baseball team with two doubles on Wednesday afternoon against Plattsburgh State, but the Saints fell to the Cardinals 8-4 in their home opener on Tom Fay Field. Both of LeFevre's doubles hit the base of the wall in left field as he finished 2-for-4 with a walk in the game, while Brendon Frank and Jeremy Gerringer also recorded hits for the Saints. Plattsburgh built a 4-0 lead before the Saints halved the deficit in the bottom of the third inning. Frank and Adam Reichel led off the inning with back-to-back walks. After a pair of fly outs Anthony Butler reached on an error by the shortstop that allowed Frank to score and Reichel to move to third for a 4-1 game. In the next at bat, Reichel came around to score on a wild pitch to cut the Cardinals lead to 4-2. The Plattsburgh pitching staff retired the Saints in order in two of the next four innings and increased their lead to 8-2 through the seventh. St. Lawrence put together a two-out rally in the bottom of the eighth to add two more runs, but couldn't close the gap. With the bases loaded, Joe DeGuardia reached on an error by the second baseman that plated Erik Larsen and Frank followed with a single to short to score Evan O'Keeffe. The Saints finished with four hits and left 11 runners on base, while Plattsburgh record 15 hits and also stranded 11. Starter Alex Black pitched two and one-third innings for St. Lawrence, allowing four runs on six hits in the loss, with three walks and a strikeout. Frank Finkbeiner threw two and two-thirds for Plattsburgh and allowed two runs on one hit with four walks. With the loss, the Saints fall to 4-11 on the year while Plattsburgh improves to 5-12.

PLATTSBURGH captures 8-4 win over st. lawrence

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St. Lawrence University's Devin Robson (24) drives the ball into centerfield to earn an RBI in the third inning.  A three-run outburst in each of the third and sixth innings lifted SUNY Plattsburgh over the Saints in an 8-4 non league victory. (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery 

SUNY Plattsburgh’s Chris Pescetti attempts to golf at the pitch but would only foul it off to stay alive in the at bat. Freshmen pitcher James Amelotte (Cornwall, Ontario) threw an amazing game as SUNY Canton ended their season with a heart-breaking result against SUNY Plattsburgh by a score of 4-2 in extra innings.  (Eric Foote photo)  Game Gallery

April 28: The Plattsburgh State baseball team was able to close its 2015 campaign on a high note as the Cardinals broke out the brooms and swept Norwich in a non-conference doubleheader at Garrity Field on Tuesday afternoon. GAME ONE: Plattsburgh State 7, Norwich 3 Playing in his final collegiate baseball series, senior Frank Buksa backed Scott Orr's high-quality outing on the hill with three hits and an equal number of RBIs as the Cardinals came back to secure the win in game one. Final-year man Brian Latulipe also added a trio of base knocks to Plattsburgh State's 11-hit assault and scored a pair of runs. Billy Rombauts got the Cardinals' offensive assault going in the top of the second when he laced a one-out double to center field which scored Tyler Bulich to make matters 1-0. Orr was straight up dealing on the hill and faced just 10 batters in the first 3.1 innings before the Cadets conjured up two-thirds of their total offensive output to take the lead in the fourth. A pair of singles by the Cadets set the table for sophomore Brandon Pedley who drove a two-out double to center which scored two runs and put the home team in front 2-1. It didn't take long for the visitors to provide a response, though, as Frank Buksa knotted matters at two-all with a one-out two bagger in the fifth which plated Latulipe. After Mike Vargues took a walk to load the bases, sophomore TJ Montalbano delivered a hit which put the visitors ahead for good. The Dix Hills, N.Y., product connected for a two-run single to center field. A third Plattsburgh State run would score on one of three Cadet miscues. Plattsburgh State remained in front by a 5-2 tally until Frank Buksa scored Latulipe and Ray Flynn with a one-out single in the top of the sixth. Norwich scratched out just one more run against Orr as Tim Dargan registered an RBI groundout in the bottom of the seventh. In order to improve to 6-3, Orr fired all seven innings and gave up seven hits, two walks and all three runs while fanning two. Rombauts was the only other member of the Cardinals who finished with multiple hits by way of a 2-for-3 performance at the plate. Kyle Farquharson suffered the loss for Norwich by surrendering eight hits, one walk and five runs in 4.1 innings. GAME TWO: Plattsburgh State 6, Norwich 3 After a strong relief outing against SUNY Cortland on Sunday, sophomore Andrew Kramer was elevated to the starting role in the Cardinals' season finale and didn't disappoint. The Clifton Park, N.Y., product tossed 6.1 innings of eight-hit, three-run baseball to up his 2015 record to 3-2. All of the runs Kramer gave up came in the first inning and after his work was done the sophomore gave the ball to senior Nick Lupo who toed the rubber and picked up the save. Plattsburgh State's only error of the game led to the first Norwich run and a Billy Whaley RBI single coupled with a passed ball allowed two more Cadet baserunners to cross home plate and up the home team's edge to 3-0 after one inning. It took until the fourth inning before Plattsburgh State manufactured its first pair of runs in the non-conference battle. Montalbano led off the inning with a base on balls before Jack Tolosky legged out an infield single. After Rombauts was hit by a pitch, Bulich picked up an RBI when he reached on an error. Latulipe trimmed the Cardinals' deficit to just one with an RBI single which plated Tolosky. The remaining four runs for the Cardinals all came around to score in the top half of the fifth. Vargues cranked a one-out double to left field before advancing to third on a wild pitch. Montalbano knotted things at three after reaching on the second of four Norwich errors. That particular miscue allowed Vargues to score. A costly two-out error allowed three more Plattsburgh State runs to score in the frame. Bulich reached on a miscue by the shortstop which caused the bases to clear. Rombauts, Krogh and Montalbano rushed home to account for the final score. After a tough go of things in the first, Kramer settled into a nice groove by allowing just three hits in innings two through seven. Latulipe and Krogh collected two hits apiece in the win while Brian Whaley (0-5) lasted 4.2 innings and was charged with six hits, four walks and six runs in the setback. Plattsburgh State concludes the 2015 with a 14-20 mark and says goodbye to a nine-man senior class featuring the likes of Vargues, Matt Meunier, Lupo, Krogh, Latulipe, Joe Tolosky, Will Flynn, Chris Pescetti and Frank Buksa.

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FRIDAY, MAY 12, 2017

Liberty League Playoffs
(#3) Clarkson 6 (#2) Union 4 (11 innings)
(#1) RIT 9, (#3) Clarkson 4 (Clarkson eliminated)


SUNDAY, MAY 7, 2017

Vassar 1, St. Lawrence 0 (1st game)
Vassar 7, St. Lawrence 5 (2nd game)

Empire-Eight Quarterfinal
Utica 9, SUNY Canton 6



Vassar 7, St. Lawrence 0



Ithaca 11, St. Lawrence 10
Middlebury 10, SUNY Plattsburgh 5 (1st game) 
Middlebury 7, SUNY Plattsburgh 5 (2nd game)
Utica at SUNY Canton, postponed


TUESDAY, MAY 2, 2017

SUNY Canton 15, SUNY Plattsburgh 3


SUNDAY, APRIL 30, 2017

RIT 8, St. Lawrence University 0 (1st game)
RIT 5, St. Lawrence University 0 (1st game)
SUNY Cortland 10, SUNY Canton 6
Union at Clarkson (2), postponed rain



Clarkson 9, Union 8 (1st game)
Union 8, Clarkson 7 (2nd game)
RIT 9, St. Lawrence University 2 (1st game)
RIT 3, St. Lawrence University 0 (2nd game)
Houghton 8, SUNY Canton 7 (1st game)
SUNY Canton 14, Houghton 11 (2nd game)
SUNY Plattsburgh 9, SUNY Fredonia 0 (1st game)
SUNY Plattsburgh 9, SUNY Fredonia 0 (2nd game)


FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 2017

Houghton 15, SUNY Canton 14
SUNY Plattsburgh 6, SUNY Fredonia 4



Clarkson 3, SUNY Canton 1
Union 4, SUNY Plattsburgh 3



SUNY Canton 9, St. Lawrence University 5
SUNY Plattsburgh 8, Norwich 2 (1st game)
SUNY Plattsburgh 3, Norwich 1 (2nd game)


SUNDAY, APRIL 23, 2017

St. Lawrence University 6, Clarkson 1 (1st game)
Clarkson 11, St. Lawrence University 4 (2nd game)
Elmira 6, SUNY Canton 4



Clarkson 8, St. Lawrence University 1 (1st game)
St. Lawrence University 4, Clarkson 2  (2nd game)
SUNY Plattsburgh 4, SUNY Oneonta 2 (1st game)
SUNY Oneonta 7, SUNY Plattsburgh 3  (2nd game)
Elmira 2, SUNY Canton 1 (1st game)
SUNY Canton 1, Elmira 0 (2nd game)


FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 2017

SUNY Oneonta 6, SUNY Plattsburgh 5
Stevens IT 12, SUNY Canton 5



SUNY Oswego 8, Clarkson 4 (1st game)
SUNY Oswego 2, Clarkson 1 (2nd game)
New Paltz 3, SUNY Plattsburgh 1 (1st game)
New Paltz 1, SUNY Plattsburgh 0 (2nd game)


MONDAY, APRIL 17, 2017

SUNY Plattsburgh 8, SUNY Canton 2



Clarkson 8, Bard 1 (1st game)
Clarkson 5, Bard 3 (2nd game)
St. Lawrence University 6, Skidmore 4 (1st game)
St. Lawrence University 6, Skidmore 4 (2nd game)
Ithaca 12, SUNY Canton 3
SUNY Cortland 7, SUNY Plattsburgh 1


FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 2017

Clarkson 8, Bard 5 (1st game)
Clarkson 5, Bard 4 (2nd game)
St. Lawrence University 4, Skidmore 3 (1st game)
St. Lawrence University 17, Skidmore 8 (2nd game)
SUNY Cortland 3, SUNY Plattsburgh 1 (1st game)
SUNY Cortland 1, SUNY Plattsburgh 0 (2nd game)

Ithaca 11, SUNY Canton 5 (1st game)
Ithaca 9, SUNY Canton 2 (2nd game)



SUNY Canton 10, Cazenovia 6



SUNY Plattsburgh 8, St. Lawrence University 4
Utica 11, SUNY Canton 6 (1st game)
SUNY Canton 7, Utica 4 (2nd game)



SUNY Canton 10, Clarkson 7
SUNY Oswego 6, SUNY Plattsburgh 5 (1st game)
SUNY Oswego 10, SUNY Plattsburgh 7 (2nd game)


MONDAY, APRIL 10, 2017

SUNY Oswego 7, SUNY Plattsburgh 0 (1st game)
SUNY Oswego 2, SUNY Plattsburgh 0 (2nd game)



Clarkson 5, RPI 0 (1st game)
RPI 17, Clarkson 2 (2nd game)
St. John Fisher 7, St. Lawrence 4 (1st game)
St. John Fisher 11, St. Lawrence 3 (2nd game)



RPI 6, Clarkson 5
St. John Fisher 16, St. Lawrence University 12

Stevens IT 5,SUNY Canton 4 (1st game)
SUNY Canton 5, Stevens IT 4 (2nd game)



Clarkson 8, Skidmore 0 (1st game)
Clarkson 2, Skidmore 0 (2nd game)
RPI 3, St. Lawrence University 2 (1st game)
RPI 1, St. Lawrence University 0  (2nd game)



St. Lawrence 5, Bard 4 (1st game)
Bard 8, St. Lawrence 0 (2nd game)
St. John Fisher 19, SUNY Canton 7 (1st game)
St. John Fisher 11, SUNY Canton 3 (2nd game)
Vassar 4, SUNY Plattsburgh 3 (1st game)
Vassar 4, SUNY Plattsburgh 1 (2nd game)



Bard 1, St. Lawrence 0 (1st game)
St. Lawrence 12, Bard (2nd game)
St. John Fisher 6, SUNY Canton 1
Vassar 7, SUNY Plattsburgh 3


SUNDAY, MARCH 26, 2017

SUNY Canton 9, Ursinus 2
Clarkson at Skidmore (2) postponed



Ursinus 11, SUNY Canton 7 (1st game)
Ursinus 8, SUNY Canton 6 (2nd game) 
Clarkson at Skidmore (2) postponed
New Paltz at SUNY Plattsburgh (2) postponed



Hamilton 3, Clarkson 0 (1st game)
Clarkson 7, Hamilton 2 (2nd game)

St. Lawrence University 9, Plymouth 8



Wisconsin-Whitewater 3, Clarkson 1


MONDAY, MARCH 20, 2017

Babson 10, Clarkson 2
Western Connecticut 19, St. Lawrence 8


SUNDAY, MARCH 19, 2017

Lawrence 7, Clarkson 6 (1st game)
Clarkson 16, Wisconsin Oshkosh 14 (2nd game)
St. Lawrence 6, St. Josephs 5 (1st game)
St. Josephs 10, St. Lawrence 9 (2nd game)
Amherst College 12, SUNY Canton 11



St. Olaf 14, Clarkson 6 (1st game)
Clarkson 6, Endicott 4 (2nd game)
SUNY Brockport 13, SUNY Plattsburgh 6
Colby 15, St. Lawrence University 9
Susquehanna 10, SUNY Canton 4


FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 2017

Ohio Wesleyan 5, SUNY Canton 4 (1st game/10 inns)
Nichols College 9, SUNY Canton 3 (2nd game)
SUNY Brockport 6, SUNY Plattsburgh 4 (1st game)
SUNY Brockport 6, SUNY Plattsburgh 2 (2nd game)
Clarkson vs. Hope (2), canceled



SUNY Plattsburgh 10, Olivet 7 (13 innings)



Anderson University 1, SUNY Canton 0



Denison 7, SUNY Canton 5
Greenville 11, SUNY Plattsburgh 5 (1st game)
Keene 10, SUNY Plattsburgh 4 (2nd game)


MONDAY, MARCH 13, 2017

Massachusetts Liberal Arts 8, SUNY Plattsburgh 4
SUNY Canton 3, Gallaudet 1 (susp. top 4th, lightning)



New York University 6, SUNY Canton 5 (1st game)
New York University 20, SUNY Canton 1 (2nd game)




SATURDAY, MAY 14, 2016

Liberty League Double-Elimination Playoffs
Union 3, Clarkson 1 (2nd round/winner's bracket)
RPI 12, Clarkson 6 (elimination game)


THURSDAY, MAY 12, 2016

Liberty League Double Elimination - 1st Round
Clarkson 9, University of Rochester 4


SUNDAY, MAY 8, 2016

RPI 5, St. Lawrence University 0 (1st game)
RPI 7, St. Lawrence University 0 (2nd game)
University of Rochester 4, Clarkson 0 (1st game)
Clarkson 9, University of Rochester 3 (2nd game)
Elmira 11, SUNY Canton 2 (1st game)
Elmira 7, SUNY Canton 3 (2nd game)



St. Lawrence 3, RPI 2 (1st game)
St. Lawrence 3, RPI 1 (2nd game)
University of Rochester 7, Clarkson 5  (1st game)
Clarkson 9, University of Rochester 3 (2nd game)



Ithaca 6, St. Lawrence University 3


TUESDAY, MAY 3, 2016

SUNY Canton 5, St. Lawrence University 4 (13 inn.)



SUNY Canton 10, Elmira 4 (1st game)
SUNY Canton 6, Elmira 5 (2nd game)
Union 7, Clarkson 4 (1st game)
Clarkson 17, Union 5 (2nd game)
SUNY Cortland 12, St. Lawrence University 6
SUNY Fredonia 7, SUNY Plattsburgh 3 (1st game)
SUNY Fredonia 15, Plattsburgh 5
(2nd game)


FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 2016

SUNY Fredonia 4, SUNY Plattsburgh 2



SUNY Canton 16, St. Lawrence University 12



SUNY Canton 9, SUNY Poly 4 (1st game)
SUNY Poly 10, SUNY Canton 6 (2nd game)
SUNY Oswego 15, St. Lawrence University 1
SUNY Plattsburgh 4, Norwich 1


SUNDAY, APRIL 24, 2016

Clarkson 5, Skidmore 2 (1st game)
Clarkson 14, Skidmore 4 (2nd game)
St. Lawrence University 10, Union 3 (1st game)
St. Lawrence University 5, Union 4 (2nd game)
SUNY Oneonta 5, SUNY Plattsburgh 4 (1st game)
SUNY Plattsburgh 7, SUNY Oneonta 5 (2nd game)
Utica 9, SUNY Canton 8



Clarkson 6, Skidmore 2 (1st game)
Clarkson 15, Skidmore 4 (2nd game)
Utica 5, SUNY Canton 4 (1st game)
SUNY Canton 9, Utica 4 (2nd game)
Union 9,St. Lawrence University 2 (1st game)
St. Lawrence University 6, Union 0 (2nd game)



Clarkson 19, SUNY Canton 8
SUNY Plattsburgh 10,Middlebury 9