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SUNY Canton Beaten in Doubleheader at St. Joseph's 5-2, 1-0

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SUNY Canton’s Jesse Barton (1) is tagged out by St. Lawrence University’s Adam Reichel (12) while attempting to go from first to third base. (Drew Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery

March 28: Sophomore Derek Harkin (Ottawa, ON) tossed a no-hitter in the second game of a twinbill on the road but host St. Joseph's College Brooklyn swept the SUNY Canton baseball team, 5-2 and 1-0 on Saturday afternoon.   Game 1 The Roos wasted no time getting on the board in the opening game scoring both of its runs in the top of the first. Brandon Welch (Constable, NY) singled to center field scoring Wilson Matos (Brooklyn, NY). Later in the inning SUNY Canton executed a double steal as Seth Douglas (Reedsburg, WI) took off for second and Jeremy Baez (Brooklyn, NY) crossed home plate for the 2-0 lead.   St. Joseph's added one run each in the second and third innings as the teams were tied 2-2 after three. The Bears added three runs in the fifth inning to break open the game and earn the 5-2 victory.   Baez went 2-for-3 with a walk in the game, while Welch had the lone Roo RBI. Travis Bigelow (Ottawa, ON) scattered seven hits and four earned runs over six innings. He struck out four and walked five in his first loss of the season.   Game 2 The nightcap of the doubleheader would prove to be a pitcher's duel. Harkin threw his first career no-hitter and the second in as many seasons for SUNY Canton. The sophomore struck out two and walked seven batters in six innings.   St. Joe's (5-8) scored the only run of the game in the bottom of the second due to four walks and a fielding error. The Roos (4-11) had a great opportunity to score in the top of the fifth. Douglas singled up the middle and Chris Roenbeck (Plattsburgh, NY) followed with a base hit through the left side.   Juan Rosa (Naguabo, Puerto Rico) loaded the bases with one down after a third straight single. However, the inning would abruptly come to an end when Jesse Barton (Belle Glade, FL) lined out into a double play as Rosa got caught off first.   Despite the strong performance on the mound Harkin drops to 1-2 on the season. The baseball team is back in action for a single nine-inning game against the Bears on Sunday at 9:00 a.m.

March 15: Dom Deliberti (Staten Island, NY) threw five innings of shutout ball as the SUNY Canton baseball team split a pair of games against Arcadia University on Sunday in Myrtle Beach. After dropping the opening game 3-1 the Roos (4-9) bounced back with a 5-0 win in the nightcap.     Game 1 The Roos got on the board first to open the game. With two outs the team rallied as Wilson Matos drew a walk. Brandon Welch (Constable, NY) followed with a double to left setting up runners at second and third for Seth Douglas. Douglas reached on an error by the first baseman scoring Matos.   Arcadia responded in the bottom of the first when Andonis Yiantsos scored Nick Todero on a sacrifice fly to left field. The Knights added two runs in the third inning. The first scored on a double steal with runners at first and third to score Tom Wagner. Later in the inning Michael Nessel singled to left field to plate Todero.   SUNY Canton nearly put together a comeback in the top of the seventh. Jesse Barton (Belle Glade, FL) reached base after being hit with one out. With two outs in the inning he advanced to second on a passed ball and Derrick Machado (Brooklyn, NY) drew a walk.   Mike McGinn (Palmyra, NY) pinch ran for Machado and Christian Nazario-Cruz (Naguabo, Puerto Rico) loaded the bases after being hit by a pitch. Chris Roenbeck (Plattsburgh, NY) pinch-hit for Matt Hall (Palmyra, NY) with two down but grounded to second to end the game.   Juan Rosa (Naguabo, Puerto Rico) got the start on the mound giving up three earned runs over six innings. He struck out two batters and surrendered seven hits. Michael Ferrence earned the win for the Knights throwing seven innings of two hit ball without giving up an earned run.   Game 2 Deliberti tossed five innings giving up just five hits on two walks and two strikeouts in game two. Travis Bigelow (Ottawa, ON) and Keenan Shannon (Ballston Spa, NY) gave up just one hit in two innings of relief to get SUNY Canton its first shutout of 2015.   The Roos had a big second inning bringing four runs across to control the game. Nazario Cruz singled to center field to score Machado. Wilson Matos (Brooklyn, NY) used a base hit to center to plate Roenbeck and Jeremy Baez (Bronx, NY) doubled to left to score Nazario-Cruz and Matos. Machado would add a sacrifice fly in the fifth bringing home Baez to round out the scoring.

SUNY Canton’s Trevor Legacy from Malone, NY sends a pitch to the plate as he would get the complete game win.

SUNY Canton gets out of a jam second-inning jam when Roos third baseman Luis Ramirez fields and outraces the runner to the bag on a close play. Briarcliff tied the game 1-1 in the top of the 7th, but Canton would get a 2-1 walkoff win in the bottom of the 7th on a bases-loaded walk by Jordan Hunneyman.
(Eric Foote photo)  Game Gallery

CLARKSON drops brockport 11-3 for fifth straight win

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Clarkson pitcher Bryan Chudy deals in the late innings of the opening game against Union.  Clarkson lost two close battles with Union 2-0 and 3-2.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Clarkson’s Connor Martin (6) hits the low sinker to get a base hit against Union. The Golden Knights suffered two tough losses to the Union Dutchmen 2-0, 3-2.  Outstanding Union pitchers made runs were hard to come by for the Golden Knights.

March 14: Another sterling start from a Clarkson University Baseball starting pitcher was combined with the best offensive showing in the young 2015 season as the Golden Knights picked up an 11-3 victory over Brockport State Saturday evening at the Lake Myrtle Complex. The Knights improved to 5-0 overall, still their best start since the 2003 season (7-0), while Brockport dropped to 4-3 on the season. Clarkson will take on Fitchburg State on Sunday morning with a quick turnaround, playing at 9:30 am. Clarkson took little time giving starting pitcher Ted Wilson a lead, scoring a run in the bottom half of the first. John Coleman singled, stole second and moved to third on a single from Greg Jasek. A ball in the dirt allowed Coleman to plate the first run of the game, but it would be far from his last. In the bottom of the third, Matt Jenack led off the frame with a walk and Coleman followed with a single to center. After both were moved up on a groundout, Chris Miller laced a double to the left-center gap to put Clarkson up 3-0.  Brockport responded with a run in the fourth to cut the deficit to two with a sacrifice fly, but Clarkson just about put the game out of reach with a six-run fourth. The Knights batted around, manufacturing their first two runs before the offense opened up with a two-run single by Dom Pirro and a two-run double by Paul Ludden. The Golden Eagles chipped away with a run in the top of the fifth on a fielder's choice and scored one more in the eighth with a groundout to make the score 9-3, but Pirro singled two more home in the bottom half of the inning for an 11-3 final. The top four in the order did the majority of the damage for the Knights going 9-for-19 with eight runs scored and seven driven in, led by John Coleman's 3-for-5 effort with four runs scored. Pirro was 2-for-5 with four driven in, Miller went 2-for-4 with two RBI and Jasek went 2-for-5. Ted Wilson picked up the win, allowing only five hits and inducing 14 groundouts. Andrew Smith came on in relief and closed out the game with three solid innings. 

March 13: Freshman Will Coleman and junior Joe Rooney combined to allow just seven hits in 13 innings as the Clarkson University Baseball starters mowed through the Oneonta State lineup for a doubleheader sweep, taking the opener 10-2 and the nightcap 3-0 at Kathleen High School. The Golden Knights improved to 4-0 with the wins over Oneonta State, winning their first four games to start the season for the first time since 2003 when the team began the year 7-0. The Red Dragons fell to 3-5 this year. Clarkson will take on Brockport in a nine-inning affair starting at 5:00 pm on Saturday. Will Coleman began his first collegiate start with four perfect innings, and by the time he allowed an unearned run in the top of the fifth inning, Clarkson had scored nine times. In the first inning, John Coleman reached on an error and was sent home with a triple by Chris Miller for the first run. Miller was then sent home on a blooper from Dom Pirro to give the Knights a 2-0 advantage. The following inning Nolan Driscoll led off the frame with a single and was plated by a double from Greg Jasek to give Clarkson a 3-0 lead, but in the fourth the Knights opened the game up with six runs. Jasek drove in a run with a sacrifice fly and Pirro sent two more home on a double to left. Two batters later Matt Jenack singled home two more and his pinch-runner Connor Dietrich scored on an error at second base. In the top of the fifth, Oneonta picked up a run on a bases-loaded hit by pitch and then added another in the sixth with an RBI single from Dylan Stamile to pull the Red Dragons within seven, but in the bottom half of the inning Clarkson scored their 10th run. Paul Ludden opened the inning with a double on the first pitch he saw and moved around the bases on a groundout and a wild pitch. John Coleman, Jasek, Pirro, Ludden and Nolan Driscoll each recorded two hits in the game, with Pirro plating three runs. Will Coleman went six innings, allowing just three hits and two walks while whiffing four. In the nightcap, the Knights' offense was muted slightly in comparison to the offensive outburst in the first game, but they still scored enough in the first inning for starter Joe Rooney. John Coleman began the game with a single to center and scored on a double play to give Clarkson a 1-0 lead. Two innings later Coleman doubled and came around on an error by the Oneonta second baseman. Jasek, who reached on the error, then came home on a liner to right by Pirro, making the score 3-0. That was more than enough for Rooney. Though the junior started slow by walking the first batter of the game, he allowed only two hits through the first five innings. He was aided by a Pirro outfield assist in the second when the sophomore threw a waist-high seed to the plate to cut down a runner. In the sixth, after Rooney allowed a pair of baserunners to open the frame, a wild pitch was gathered in by catcher Tim Beninati, and he was able to tag out an advancing runner at the plate to end the threat. John Coleman and Dom Pirro once again had two hits, and Rooney finished his first collegiate start with a seven-inning complete game, allowing four hits and three walks and striking out six. 

Clarkson’s Dan Lenney (11) slaps a base hit down the line, during Game 1 of Saturday’s doubleheader against Rochester Institute of Technology. Clarkson held on to top the Tigers 3-2 in the opener. However, R.I.T. bounced back in the late innings to capture the nightcap in shutting out the Golden Knights 7-0. (John LaRue photo)  Game Gallery

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st. lawrence battles to hold off canton in sweep 

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St. Lawrence University’s Mic Regan (4) slides safely into second base, avoiding the tag from SUNY Canton shortstop Austin Hernandez (8). St. Lawrence went ahead 3-1 in the fourth inning, but Canton strung together four hits to knot the game at 3-3. The Saints went on to beat the Roos 8-4.  (Drew Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery

April 29: Seniors Khifer O'Connor and Zane Fish each had three hits including a home run and drove in three runs each as St. Lawrence University's baseball team beat SUNY Canton for the second straight day in a non-league baseball game on Tuesday. The Saints, playing as the visiting team on their home field, improved to 16-12 as they scored three runs in the top of the fifth and added two more in the top of the seventh to snap a 4-4 tie en route the victory. Jake Farrell earned the win for the Saints in relief of Ben Jenkins for the Saints while Frank Grady pitched two innings of scoreless relief. Starter Travis Bigelow took the loss for the Roos, now 15-17,  while Jesse Barton went four for five to account for a third of Canton's 12 hits in the game. Consecutive singles by Bryan Palermo, Mark Syron and O'Connor gave the Saints a 1-0 lead in the top of the first, but the Roos tied it in the bottom of the third on an error and Braden Giffin's single to center. The Saints went up 3-1 in the top of the fourth on a run-scoring triple by Fish and Adam Reichel's double, but Canton came right back to tie with two in the bottom of the inning on a two run single by Nick Belile. O'Connor's two run homer in the top of the fifth put the Saints in front for good and Chris Fernandez singled home another run to make it 6-3. Kevin Hill's sacrifice fly in the bottom of the sixth cut the lead to 6-4, but Fish hit a two run homer in the top of the seventh to conclude the scoring. The Saints are scheduled to host Ithaca in a single game Wednesday afternoon and have a big Liberty League series against RPI at home Saturday and Sunday.  

April 28: St. Lawrence University's baseball team scored nine runs in the bottom of the second inning and went on to a 11-9 win over SUNY Canton in the first-ever meeting  between the two teams at Tom Fay Field on Monday afternoon. The Saints, 15-12 and Roos, 15-16 will play a rematch Tuesday at 4 p.m. on the Canton campus. Junior Mark Syron had three hits in the game including a triple and a home run and drove in three runs while Bryan Palermo, Khifer O'Connor and Chris Fernandez had two hits each. Chris Kellogg earned the win with six innings of work on the mound while Mike Dell'Olio picked up his third save of the season with two innings of scoreless relief. Austin Hernandez, Jesse Barton and Phil Tsiaras had two hits each for the Roos while Kevin Hill and Braden Giffin drove in three runs each. Chris Fernandez had a run-scoring single, Syron hit a three run homer and Zane Fish tripled in two runs in the big second inning while Canton scored three runs in both the top of the seventh and eighth to close to within a run at 10-9. The Saints strung four straight singles in the bottom of the eighth, Devin Robson's hit driving in the insurance run.

St. Lawrence University’s Paul telli (5) slides through Clarkson catcher Matt Jenack from Massena, NY, but is out on a force play at home.   The Saints tied the program record for wins with Saturday's first-game victory, but need two more and help from Vassar to win their first league title on Sunday afternoon. (Eric Foote photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast


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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

Mar. 22: In the span of just one week, Plattsburgh State senior Joe Leddy has seen his title change from relief pitcher to starter.   It is in his new role as a starter that Leddy is playing the best baseball of his collegiate career.   The Goshen, N.Y., product stymied Knox College through nine innings to lead the Cardinals (7-9) to a 4-1 triumph as past of a 1-1 Saturday at the Gene Cusic Collegiate Classic. GAME ONE – Johns Hopkins 14, Plattsburgh State 5 (9 inn.) Johns Hopkins jumped on the Cardinals' Ben Weightman – who received his first starting assignment of the 2014 campaign – during their first set of plate appearances. A leadoff walk followed by a single set the table for Colin McCarthy who laced a two-run double to the gap in right center field. The Blue Jays would go on to plate another pair of runners in the top of the first before the Cardinals responded with a big innings of their own. After posting a pair of quick outs, Plattsburgh State extended their first set of at-bats thanks to a pair of throwing errors by the Blue Jays. With the bases loaded, Nick Lupo beat out an infield single to pick up his only RBI of the contest. Jeremy Rodriguez – who was one of the Cardinals who reached due to the Blue Jays' errors – came around to score on the play. Plattsburgh State trimmed their deficit to just one by way of another Johns Hopkins fielding blunder. Chris Pescetti glided into first base safely after an error by the Blue Jays' shortstop allowed Yuya Osawa and Frank Buksa to cross home plate. Things got out of hand for the Cardinals in the top of the second, though, as he Blue Jays struck for seven runs on six hits and a pair of Plattsburgh State errors. Richie Carbone produced the biggest offensive play of the inning when his sharp double down the left field line brought a trio of Blue Jays around to score. Two more runs were tacked on by Johns Hopkins in the top of the third when the designated visiting club used an RBI single and a sacrifice fly to make matters 13-3. Making his second relief outing of the season was Shunsuke Sugimoto who worked the final seven innings of the game. The native of Tokyo, Japan, surrendered three runs on three hits and three walks while fanning a trio of batters. The fourth error of the day committed by Johns Hopkins allowed Luke Weaver to score in the bottom of the fourth, trimming the Plattsburgh State deficit to 13-4. That disadvantage, though, worked its way back up to 10 when the Blue Jays added their final run of the game in the sixth on a fielder's choice. It looked as though the Cardinals had a big inning up their sleeves when Joe Tolosky earned his first Plattsburgh State RBI on a one-out, bases-loaded walk, but Buksa bounced into a double play to end the threat. Weightman (1-1) was issued the setback while Colin Friedman improved to 2-0 by going four innings. Weaver (2-for-5) and Lupo (2-for-4) combined for four of the Cardinals' seven hits in the non-conference duel. GAME TWO – Plattsburgh State 4, Knox College 1 (9 inn.) A three-run first inning by the Cardinals generated more than enough offense for Leddy to work with. Luke Weaver drew a walk to begin the game and advanced to second on a wild offering from the Prairie Fire's Alec Jordan. Brian Latulipe sent a well-hit single down the right field line to plate Weaver before Yuya Osawa followed up with a single of his own. The second Plattsburgh State score came on the first of four Knox errors when Latulipe crossed the dish as Lupo was getting in to first safely thanks to the miscue of the Knox shortstop. Chris Pescetti made it 3-0 when the junior recorded an RBI groundout to plate Osawa. Houppert closed out the scoring for the Cardinals in the bottom of the third when his RBI groundout sent Lupo home. Knox received their only score of the game in the fourth when Jackson White secured an RBI on a fielder's choice. The Prairie Fire produced their first hit of the game during the inning on a double by Ryan Weitendorf. In his final five innings of work, Leddy was almost unstoppable as he gave up one walk and just one more hit to the Prairie Fire. The line for the senior read nine innings pitched, two hits, one walk and a trio of strikeouts. Knox's lone run of the afternoon was unearned. Through a team-high 21 innings pitched, Leddy has given up just six runs. Sunday will mark the Cardinals' final day in Florida and Plattsburgh State will wrap up their schedule of Sunshine State tilts with one final meeting with Knox. The nine-inning clash is scheduled for noon.

Mar. 21: A decision to play some small ball paid off heavily for the Plattsburgh State baseball team as it downed Fredonia State 3-2 in the final tilt of the three-game SUNYAC series between the two squads on Friday afternoon. WIth the win, the Cardinals see their 2014 mark rise to 6-8 and 2-1 in conference matchups. Meanwhile, the Blue Devils slip to 5-7 and 1-2 in the SUNYAC. Plattsburgh State starting pitcher Scott Orr found himself pitching with a lead after the Cardinals' first set of ups. Brian Latulipe connected on Plattsburgh State's first hit of the tilt by lacing a one-out double to right center field. The Plattsburgh, N.Y., native would come around to score when Frank Buksa reached base safely on the first of two fielding blunders by the Blue Devils.   The Cardinals maintained their 1-0 advantage through the midway point of the nine-inning battle before the Blue Devils finally got to Orr.   After hitting the first batter he faced in the home half of the fifth, Orr surrendered a single to Conner Lorenzo before a fielder's choice that did not result in any outs loaded the bags.   Fredonia State put their two runs on the board by way of an infield single by Ricky Mendiola which plated a pair of Blue Devils. Orr made sure the home squad's lead remained at 2-1 by inducing a flyout and a double play to escape from the inning.   A dose of small ball was the recipe the Cardinals turned to in order to regain the lead for good. Back-to-back singles from Buksa and Jeremy Rodriguez began the Plattsburgh portion of the sixth before Nick Lupo was hit by a pitch to place Cardinals on all three bases.   A fielder's choice accounted for the first out of the frame before Chris Pescetti received the bunt signal during his ensuing at bat. The squeeze play worked to perfection as Rodriguez hustled home to knot matters at two each.   Plattsburgh State stayed with the squeeze play on the following at bat, but Luke Weaver missed one of his bunt attempts. With Lupo caught in what looked like a tailor-made rundown out, he slid to avoid a tag and was able to scamper home to record the game-winning run on the broken play.   Coming on in relief of Orr was junior Mike Vargues, who did a masterful job of making sure the Blue Devils' offense would not be a factor for the remainder of the game. The Gansevoort, N.Y., product worked almost effortlessly through the final four frames of the game, retiring the only 12 batters he faced and collecting a pair of punch-outs. By powering through five innings of four-hit baseball, Orr (1-2) was able to notch his first victory of the season. The sophomore gave up just two runs on four hits, a pair of walks and a hit batter. He also struck out a pair of Blue Devils. Tommy Morris (0-2) took the loss, going six innings and giving up five hits and a pair of earned runs. With their first three SUNYAC games of the season in the books, the Cardinals will close out their Florida schedule by butting heads with non-conference foes. Plattsburgh State will engage in a pair of non-league confrontations on Saturday when they take on Johns Hopkins at 9 a.m. before meeting up with Knox College at noon.

NCSN College Baseball Scoreboard

FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 2015

St. Joseph's NY 5, SUNY Canton 2 (1st game)
St. Joseph's NY 1, SUNY Canton 0 (2nd game)


SUNDAY, MARCH 22, 2015

St. Lawrence 3, Bard 2 (1st game)
St. Lawrence 15, Bard 7 (2nd game)



Clarkson 7, Keene 2
Keuka 5, SUNY Plattsburgh 2
St. Lawrence 8, Bard 2 (1st game)

St. Lawrence 11, Bard 3 (2nd game)
SUNY Canton at Penn State Abington (2) resched.


FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 2015

SUNY Plattsburgh 6, SUNY Fredonia 5 (1st game)
William & Marshall 22, Plattsburgh 5 (2nd game)



Clarkson 6, Vassar 5 (1st game)
Clarkson 10, Vassar 4 (2nd game)



Clarkson 5, Vassar 1 (1st game)
Clarkson 5, Vassar 2 (2nd game)

St. Lawrence University 13, Keystone 8


MONDAY, MARCH 16, 2015

St. Lawrence University 4, Johns Hopkins


SUNDAY, MARCH 15, 2015

Fitchburg 3, Clarkson 1
Arcadia 3, SUNY Canton 1
SUNY Canton 5, Arcadia 0
SUNY Plattsburgh 6, Manchester 2
St. Lawrence University 19, Plymouth 6



St. Lawrence University 13, Dubuque 1
Clarkson 11, SUNY Brockport 3


FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 2015

Clarkson 10, SUNY Oneonta 2 (1st game)
Clarkson 3, SUNY Oneonta 0 (2nd game)
Penn State Altona 9, SUNY Canton 2 (1st game)
Penn State Altona 3, SUNY Canton 2 (2nd game)



Clarkson 2, Waynesburg University 1 (1st game)
Clarkson 5, Waynesburg University 0 (2nd game)



Fitchburg State 11, SUNY Canton 10



SUNY Oneonta 4. SUNY Canton 2 (1st game)
SUNY Canton 16, SUNY Oneonta 6 (2nd game)
SUNY Plattsburgh at St. Joseph-LI (2), canceled



Medaille 13, SUNY Canton 2 (1st game)
SUNY Canton 5, Medaille 2 (2nd game)

SUNY Plattsburgh at Farmingdale (2), canceled



Plattsburgh 16,. Manhattanville 15 (1st game)
Manhattanville 16, Plattsburgh 15 (2nd game)



SUNY Plattsburgh 6. Grove City 1 (1st game)
SUNY Plattsburgh 4. Grove City 0 (2nd game)



Mary Washington 16, SUNY Plattsburgh 1




FRIDAY, MAY 9, 2014

Liberty League Double-Elimination Playoffs
University of Rochester 5, Clarkson 2
Vassar 4, Clarkson 2


SUNDAY, MAY 4, 2014

Clarkson 8, Skidmore 0 (1st game)
Clarkson 11, Skidmore 0 (2nd game)



Clarkson 1, Skidmore 0 (1st game)
Clarkson 11, Skidmore 0 (2nd game)
St. Lawrence University 2, RPI 0 (1st game)
RPI 5, St. Lawrence University 1 (2nd game)


FRIDAY, MAY 2, 2014

SUNY Plattsburgh 7, SUNY Canton 2



Lyndon State 3, SUNY Plattsburgh 2
St. Lawrence University 8, SUNY Canton 4


MONDAY, APRIL 28, 2014

St. Lawrence University 11, SUNY Canton 9



SUNY Plattsburgh 9, SUNY Oswego 6 (10 innings)
Clarkson 4, RIT 1 (1st game)
Clarkson at RIT (2nd game), canceled
Alfred State at SUNY Canton, cancelled


FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 2014

SUNY Plattsburgh 12, Oswego 11 (1st game)
SUNY Oswego 1, SUNY Plattsburgh 0 (2nd game)



Utica 17, SUNY Canton 3 (1st game)
SUNY Canton 11, Utica 7 (2nd game)



Clarkson 5, SUNY Canton 3
St. Lawrence University 11, SUNY Plattsburgh 7



Vassar 4, St. Lawrence University 3 (1st game)
Vassar 3, St. Lawrence University 1 (2nd game)


SUNDAY, APRIL 20, 2014

Clarkson 1, Bard 0 (1st game)
Clarkson 3, Bard 2 (2nd game)



RIT 7, St. Lawrence University 5 (1st game)
St. Lawrence University 8, RIT 4 (2nd game)
Alfred State 1, SUNY Canton 0 (1st game)
SUNY Canton 13, Alfred State 3 (2nd game)
Clarkson 11, Bard 1 (1st game)
Clarkson 9, Bard 3 (2nd game)

New Paltz 4, SUNY Plattsburgh 3 (1st game)
SUNY Plattsburgh 3, New Paltz 2 (2nd game)


FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 2014

RIT 4, St. Lawrence University 0 (1st game)
St. Lawrence University 11, RIT 1 (2nd game)
SUNY Canton 6, Alfred State 1 (1st game)
Alfred State 9, SUNY Canton 7 (2nd game)
New Paltz 1, SUNY Plattsburgh 0


SUNDAY, APRIL 13, 2014

St. Lawrence University 3, Clarkson 2 (1st game)
Clarkson 7, St. Lawrence University 1 (2nd game)
SUNY Cortland 5, SUNY Plattsburgh 4



St. Lawrence University 7, Clarkson 2 (1st game)
St. Lawrence University 4, Clarkson 3 (2nd game)

SUNY Canton 15, D’Youville 2 (1st game)
SUNY Canton 8, D’Youville 5 (2nd game)

SUNY Brockport 4, SUNY Plattsburgh 3 (1st game)
SUNY Plattsburgh 6, SUNY Brockport 0 (2nd game)


FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 2014

SUNY Canton 9, D'Youville 6
SUNY Brockport 5, SUNY Plattsburgh 4



St. Lawrence University 7, Union 1
Clarkson 8, Vassar 4 (1st game)
Vassar 6, Clarkson 4 (2nd  game)



Union 2, St. Lawrence University 1 (1st game)
Union 7, St. Lawrence University 1 (2nd game)
Clarkson 7, Vassar 5 (1st game)
Vassar 13, Clarkson 9 (2nd game)
SUNY Canton 4, St. Joseph’s-Brooklyn 3
SUNY Oneonta 6, SUNY Plattsburgh 2



SUNY Canton 4, Briarcliffe 3 (1st game)
Briarcliffe 9, SUNY Canton 3 (2nd game)



Clarkson 5, RPI 2 (1st game)
RPI 4, Clarkson 1 (2nd game)



Rochester 3, St. Lawrence University 0 (1st game)
St. Lawrence University 4, Rochester 3 (2nd game)
Penn State Abington 3, SUNY Canton 2
John Hopkins 14, SUNY Plattsburgh 5 (1st game)
SUNY Plattsburgh 4, Knox College 1 (2nd game)
Clarkson at RPI (2), postponed


FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 2014

Penn State Abington 6, SUNY Canton 2
SUNY Plattsburgh 3, Fredonia State 2
St. Lawrence University 7, Rochester 6



SUNY Plattsburgh 3, SUNY Fredonia 1 (Game1)
SUNY Fredonia 11, SUNY Plattsburgh 0 (Game 2)



SUNY Plattsburgh 6, Dubuque 3



Clarkson 5, Hope College 1


SUNDAY, MARCH 16, 2014

Clarkson 7, SUNY Brockport 1 (1st game)
SUNY Brockport 6, Clarkson 5 (2nd game)
Huntington 14, SUNY Canton 13
Plymouth College 6, SUNY Plattsburgh 0 (1st game)
SUNY Plattsburgh 8, Amherst College 5 (2nd game)



Coast Guard 18, St. Lawrence University 3
SUNY Cortland 7, Clarkson 1
SUNY Plattsburgh 5, UMass-Boston 4
SUNY Canton 12, SUNY Oneonta 1 (1st game)
SUNY Oneonta 7, SUNY Canton 4 (2nd game)


FRIDAY, MARCH 14, 2014

SUNY Oneonta 2, Clarkson 0 (1st game)
Clarkson 13, SUNY Oneonta 5 (2nd game)
SUNY Fredonia 7, St. Lawrence University 4
SUNY Canton 5, Fitchburg State 2 (1st game)
Medaille 8, SUNY Canton 7 (2nd game)



St. Lawrence University 11, Principia 0
SUNY Canton 10, Mount St. Joseph 0 (1st game)
SUNY Canton 7, Penn State Abington 2 (2nd game)
Clarkson vs. SUNY Brockport (2), postponed



Salve Regina 12, St. Lawrence University 0



SUNY Canton 1, Massachusetts College 0 (1st game)
SUNY Canton 10, Massachusetts Coll. 7 (2nd game)


MONDAY., MARCH 10, 2014

St. Lawrence University 12, Salem 5



Bradford 9, SUNY Canton 3 (1st game)
Bradford 15, SUNY Canton 8 (2nd game)
Elms 4, St. Lawrence University 0 (1st game)
St. Lawrence University 18, Elms 2 (2nd game)
Farmingdale 12, SUNY Plattsburgh 3 (1st game)
Farmingdale 2, SUNY Plattsburgh 0 (2nd game)



St. Lawrence University 8, Thiel 0
St. Joseph's-LI 10, SUNY Plattsburgh 6 (1st game)
St. Joseph's-LI 1, SUNY Plattsburgh 0 (2nd game)
SUNY Canton vs. Bradford (DH), canceled




FRIDAY, MAY 10, 2013

Liberty League Double-Elimination Tournament
Vassar College 8, St. Lawrence 6 (SLU eliminated)



Liberty League Double-Elimination Tournament
RPI 8, St. Lawrence University 0 (1st round)


SUNDAY, MAY 5, 2013

Clarkson 4, St. Lawrence University 0 (1st game)
St. Lawrence University 6, Clarkson 5 (2nd game)