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Plattsburgh, Clarkson Men Win; Potsdam, Canton, S.L.U. Beaten

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CLARKSON earns victory over st. lawrence university 86-58

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Clarkson’s Liam Ellis (3) muscles his way around St. Lawrence University defender Chirs Miner (5) to score the first points of the game for the Knights in the first half. The Golden Knights held a 44-28 lead at the half and fought off St. Lawrence University's comeback in the second half to earn the 86-58 victory. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Clarkson’s Liam Ellis (3) looks to find the open man during The win over the SUNY Potsdam Bears, in which Ellis scored a team high 19 points.  (Troy O'Brien photo)  Game Gallery

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Jan. 9: Fourteen 3-pointers from seven different shooters helped the Clarkson University Men's Basketball team break out of a mini-slump from long-range as the Golden Knights  tied their season-high in points during an 86-58 win over St. Lawrence on Tuesday evening at Alumni Gymnasium. The Golden Knights broke into the win column in conference play with the victory, moving to 5-7 overall and 1-4 in the Liberty League. St. Lawrence fell to 3-9 overall and 1-4 in conference games. Clarkson is just beginning a lengthy home stand, and will host Union and Ithaca this weekend. After averaging only seven 3-point makes per game in its last four games, Clarkson shot well from the get-go against St. Lawrence, hitting on five of 11 attempts in the first half. However, it was in the second half that Clarkson pulled away thanks to 3-pointers from a variety of sources. Six players hit a least one 3-pointer in the second half for the Knights. Things got off to a slow start for both teams, as neither scored on its first two possessions, but St. Lawrence broke through with a 3-pointer at the 18:25 mark. Clarkson would tie the game 15 seconds later and would never trail again, combining an inside-outside effort that focused on Gary Hanley making moves on the block and Clarkson's shooters hitting from the perimeter, both inside the arc and out.  There was never one big run that led to the Golden Knights rolling out to a double digit lead, just a steady run with drives to the basket and 3-point field goals. Clarkson did end the half with a fastbreak dunk from Matt Higgins, giving the Knights a 16-point lead at intermission. Matthew Hornak hit a 3-pointer from the corner in the early portion of the second half to put Clarkson up by 19 and a few moments later the Knights led by 20-plus. That would be the case for most of the second half, as St. Lawrence was able to get within less than 20 for only a total of 54 seconds in the final 17 minutes of the game. Sophomore Matt Higgins led the Knights with 21 points, scoring 14 of his game-high total in the second half, marking his third consecutive 20-point game. Playing extended minutes for the first time all season, freshman Jason Phelps scored 11 points in 21 minutes, including three 3-point field goals. Liam Ellis also added 11 points while Gary Hanley picked up his first double-double of the season, recording 11 points and 10 rebounds. It marked the fifth time in the past six games that Hanley has reached double digits in rebounds. For St. Lawrence, Ben Crawford had a double-double on 11 points and 10 boards and Chris Miner scored a team-best 15 points. Dom DeRegis also chipped in 11 points for the Saints.

Jan. 6: A last second tip attempt was broken up on what could have been a game-tying layup as the Clarkson University Men's Basketball team came up empty on the road this weekend, dropping a 61-59 decision to Bard College on Saturday afternoon. The Golden Knights fell to 4-7 overall and 0-4 in Liberty League games while the Raptors moved to 4-7 and 2-2 in conference contests. Clarkson looks to pick up its first league win when it starts a seven-game run of home games against St. Lawrence on Tuesday. The final minute of Saturday's contest took much longer than the normal 60 seconds as Bard was able to hold off the Knights with just enough free throws. Clarkson trailed by five with 12 seconds to go (59-54) but Matt Higgins hit a 3-pointer with five seconds remaining to cut the deficit to just two. After a quick foul, Bard made just one of its free throw chances at the other end. When the Knights sprinted up the court the other way, the Raptors wisely fouled to put Malaquias Canery on the line rather than see him take a long 3-pointer. Canery made both, and the Knights were again forced to foul, with the Raptors making one of two free throws. With just a little over a second to go, Clarkson heaved the ball down court, made a quick catch and called timeout to set up a more manageable shot attempt. Just five-tenths of a second remained, and Liam Ellis's pass from the scorers' table to the rim was tipped away to allow the Raptors to gain the win. The opening minutes of the contest did not make it appear as if the game would be a nail-biter. Clarkson opened with a basket on its first possession, but missed its next seven shots and found itself trailing in the early going. Although the offense did pick up the pace after the first five minutes, the Knights still trailed by one at the midway point of the half, 15-14. That small deficit quickly grew to double figures as Bard made four straight 3-pointers to stretch its advantage to 29-14 by the 7:21 mark, and although Clarkson was able to chip away, a Matt Higgins dunk in the final minute drew the Knights back to just eight at the break. Bard made seven of its first 10 3-pointers in the first half, but missed its next six to end the half. Clarkson made only two of its 13 3-point field goal attempts in the first 20 minutes and shot only 9-for-31 overall, with Higgins going 5-for-10 and the rest of the team struggling at a rate of 4-for-21. The Raptors continued to hold the advantage at the start of the second half, but Clarkson quietly snuck back into the game, pulling to within a single possession of tying the contest on multiple occasions, including a two-point margin after Malaquias Canery scored his first basket of the game at the 10:32 mark of the second half. Bard had answers on its next few possessions to keep Clarkson at bay, but the Knights finally tied the game up when Matthew Hornak buried a 3-pointer at the 6:46 mark. The Raptors responded with two baskets from Emmanuel Oyakhilome in the next few minutes to regain their advantage. Gary Hanley scored a basket to get the Knights to within two again and less than a minute later Matt Higgins buried another jumper to once again place Clarkson within a single point (52-51). With the Raptors up by one, Alijah Rue picked up a steal and on the ensuing fast break was fouled, allowing Bard to push its lead back up to two thanks to the free throw. However, Clarkson missed four shots on its next possession despite several quality looks. The break finally came through in the last minute when two Bard defenders tripped over one another on a screen, giving Liam Ellis a wide open look from beyond the arc, which the junior guard buried with just 49 seconds to play. Clarkson's lead (54-53) would be short lived, though, as Justyn Rogers converted two free throws only eight seconds later to return the advantage to the Raptors. On Clarkson's next possession, Higgins saw his 3-point attempt rattle in and out, and the Knights were forced to foul, allowing Rogers to make two more freebies to extend Bard's lead back to three. Rogers made two more free throws a few seconds later to put the lead at five and those two shots, along with the final two free throws made by the Raptors, proved to be the difference. Higgins scored a career-high 29 points on 10-for-22 shooting to lead the Knights, but no other Clarkson player finished in double figures. Four of Bard's five starters finished in double figures, led by Justyn Rogers' 15 points.


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St. Lawrence University’s Ben Crawford (21) wraps around two Clarkson defenders to sink the lay up cutting into the Golden Knights lead midway through the first half. The Golden Knights held a 44-28 lead at the half and fought off St. Lawrence Universities comeback attempt in the second half to earn the victory. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

January 9: Chris Miner, Ben Crawford and Dom DeRegis all netted double-digits but the St. Lawrence University men's basketball team fell to Liberty League rival, Clarkson 86-58 on Tuesday evening in Potsdam, New York. Miner led the Saints with 15 points and six rebounds, while Crawford posted his fourth double-double of the season with 11 points and 10 rebounds. DeRegis also scored 11 points and added five rebounds and one steal. Both teams got off to a quick and even start, but it wasn't long before the Golden Knights started to run away with the lead. Joe Lucas finished a seven-point run for Clarkson with a jumper from outside the paint, giving the Golden Knights a 12-5 advantage. Gary Hanley extended Clarkson's lead to 11 points going 2-for-2 from the free throw line. The Golden Knights continued to pull away and amassed a 44-28 lead at halftime. Despite multiple comeback attempts from the Saints, they were unable to hold off Clarksons' high-scoring offense. The Golden Knights shot 46 percent from the field and 50 percent from the arc, landing nine 3-pointers for 42 points in the second half. Matt Higgins led the Golden Knights to their first Liberty League win with 21 points, four rebounds and two blocks. Liam Ellis, Jason Phelps and Hanley all added 11 points for Clarkson. The Scarlet and Brown moved to 3-9 on the season and 1-4 in conference play, while Clarkson improved to 5-7 and 1-4. Up next, the Saints will continue conference play, hosting Ithaca and Union on January 12th and 13th, respectively.

SUNY Oswego’s Liam Sanborn (2) attempts a layup over St. Lawrence’s Coffy Pierre (11) after a steal late in the second period. Sanborn had 11 points on the night as the Lakers topped the Saints 100-63. (Troy O’Brien photo) Game Gallery

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December 15: SUNY Oswego shot 55 percent from the arc and 51 percent from the floor to top the St. Lawrence University men's basketball team 100-63 in non-conference play Friday evening in Burkman Gymnasium. Ian Schupp went 6-for-9 from the arc and Brandan Gartland went 4-for-4, each recording 20 points for the Lakers. The Saints were led by first-year Pierre Coffy with 11 points, while classmate Cam Keeley added 10 points and five rebounds. Junior Ben Crawford added eight points and six rebounds for the Scarlet and Brown. SUNY Oswego sprinted out to a 30-8 lead over the Saints nearing the midway mark of the first half. St. Lawrence attempted to shrink the 22 point lead and managed to come within 11 points, with a layup from Crawford with just over three minutes in the half. Brandon Arnold went 2-for-2 from the line to narrow the Lakers' lead to just eight points. However, that was as close as the Saints would come for the remainder of the game. The Lakers continued to build their lead after the break, leading 67-45 with 14 minutes to play and 81-51 with just over eight minutes to play. SUNY Oswego spanned St. Lawrence by 41 points with 1:28 to play.    Three other members of the Lakers' squad added double digits as Jamir Ferebee tallied 14 points, while Tyler Pierre and Liam Sanborn recorded 13 and 11, respectively. The Saints held a slight 27-22 advantage in bench points. With the loss, the Saints fell to 2-6 on the season, while the Lakers improved to 5-4 overall. St. Lawrence will travel to Elmira tomorrow December 16th for a 4 p.m. matchup against the Soaring Eagles.

St. Lawrence University’s Riley Naclerio (32) wraps around SUNY Canton defender Victor Bakre (12) to score midway through the second half. The Kangaroos held a 20-point lead over the Saints late in the first half. However, St. Lawrence outscored SUNY Canton 56-29 in the second half to capture the 89-78 victory.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

SUNY Canton’s Danny Santana searches for an open teammate to pass to around St. Lawrence University defender Pierre Coffy (11) in the second half.


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SUNY Canton’s Adrian Williams (22) explodes to the rim over Cazenovia defender Wil Thompson (1) to capitalize on his fast break. Williams led all scorers with 24 total points and nine boards. Cazenovia was led by Rendell Garnes who contributed 14, while Thompson netted 10. SUNY Canton secured their third win of the season beating the Wildcats, in an electrifying game that consisted of five ties and four lead changes.  The Kangaroos pulled ahead late in the fourth for a 74-65 victory. (Troy O’Brien photo) Game Gallery

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Jan 9: Danny Santana scored a career and game-high 21 points leading a furious run to end the first half but host SUNY Potsdam held off the Roos, 73-70, on Tuesday evening in Jerry Welsh Gymnasium.   After a back-and-forth affair, early host Potsdam (7-6) opened up a 13-point advantage at 32-19 following a Dante Langley three-pointer with four minutes remaining in the opening half.   The Roos (3-11) roared back on a 16-0 run that included 11 points and three hits from downtown from Danny Santana to take a 35-32 lead 3 minutes, 37 seconds later. The Bears closed the half on a 3-0 run to tie the game at 35 at intermission.   Santana led all players with 14 points in the opening half, while Adrian Williams added 10. Langley (8) and Serigne Kane paced the Bears with eight and seven, respectively.   Neither team led by more than four points over the final 18 minutes of the game in what proved to be a tightly contested second half. The Bears led 71-67 with 30 seconds remaining. Santana split a pair of free throws to trim the lead to three and a Joey Werner steal and layup with nine seconds left cut the lead to 71-70.   Kevin Baksh hit two clutch free throws with eight seconds remaining and a Santana three-pointer with three seconds left just missed off the back rim as the Bears held on for the 73-70 win.   Santana led all players with 21 points including hitting four three-pointers, while Williams added 19 points and four assists. Werner (11) and Jordan Stewart (10) also scored in double figures.   Langley and Kane posted 19 and 15 points, respectively, for Potsdam, while Danny Delsol-Lowry chipped in 11 points.

Jan. 6: Andrew Fitch imposed his presence in the paint as he finished with seven points, 17 rebounds and seven blocks as the SUNY Canton men's basketball team earned a 74-65 win v. Cazenovia College on Saturday.   The Roos (3-10) opened the game on an 8-0 run over the first 4:27 but Cazenovia (2-9) responded with a 12-2 run to take a 12-10 lead. The teams battled back-and-forth as the Wildcats took a 35-29 lead into intermission.   Wil Thompson and Rendell Garnes led all players with eight points for the visitors, while Ibu Smith led the Roos with seven points on 3-for-4 shooting.     The Roos battled back over the first seven minutes of the second half taking their first lead of the half at 45-44 with 13:26 to play following an Adrian Williams layup in transition.   Canton ended the final 5:35 of the game on a 17-7 run to earn the 74-65 victory

SUNY Canton’s Andrew Fitch (33) blocks Paul Smith’s Adam Seguin (0) late in the third quarter of action. Fitch finished the night with two blocks during the Roos’80-73 win over the Bobcats.  (Troy O'Brien photo)  Game Gallery

St. Lawrence University’s Riley Naclerio (32) wraps around SUNY Canton defender Victor Bakre (12) to score midway through the second half. The Kangaroos held a 20-point lead over the Saints late in the first half. However, St. Lawrence outscored SUNY Canton 56-29 in the second half to capture the 89-78 victory.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

SUNY Canton’s Danny Santana searches for an open teammate to pass to around St. Lawrence University defender Pierre Coffy (11) in the second half.

  SUNY POTSDAM men fall to suny plattsburgh cardinals

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SUNY Potsdam’s Dante Viskovich (32) leaps over SUNY Plattsburgh defender Nick DeAngelis (4) to drain the three pointer to cut into the Cardinals lead midway through the first half. SUNY Plattsburgh pulled away from the Bears in the second half to capture the 99-55 victory. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Clarkson guard Keenan Gayle (12) has the ball stolen by SUNY Potsdam’s Danny Delsol-Lowry (12) in the fourth quarter of Clarkson’s win. Although the Bears fell to the Knights, Delsol-Lowry was able to put up a team high 14 points during the 78-71 Knights win.  (Troy O'Brien photo)  Game Gallery

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April 29: SUNY Potsdam Athletic Director James Zalacca has announced James Bechtel as the Bears men's basketball program's 10th head coach. Bechtel comes to SUNY Potsdam after building a strong program at SUNY Canton. He has NCAA Division I, II and III experience. "Jim's proven success and experience as a head coach clearly separated him from an otherwise extremely strong pool of candidates," said Zalacca. "He has demonstrated an ability to establish strong relationships not only with his athletes, both current and former, but also with the campus at large. His knowledge of the game is outstanding. His passion for teaching the game and recruiting high caliber student-athletes is unparalleled and his energy and work ethic are infectious. We're thrilled to have Jim join our team and look forward to him beginning his work with our program. " Bechtel spent the last four seasons coaching the Kangaroos, overseeing the program's transition into the Division III ranks. Canton posted a 54-36 record for a .600 winning percentage under his leadership. Bechtel's Roos broke out this season with a 20-4 mark, the most by a Canton team in 30 years. "I'm very honored and humbled to be chosen as the next head men's basketball coach at SUNY Potsdam," Bechtel said. "I'm grateful for the opportunity to lead such a storied program and compete in the SUNYAC conference. I look forward to building a program that the Potsdam community is proud of." Before joining the Kangaroos, Bechtel spent two seasons across town as the assistant coach and strength and conditioning coordinator for St. Lawrence University. With his tutelage, the Saints defense thrived, finishing 2011-12 in the top five for all defensive categories in the Liberty League. Bechtel began his basketball coaching career as the graduate assistant for Division I Coastal Carolina in 2004-05. He spent the next three seasons as an assistant coach and assistant director of summer camps at Susquehanna University. There he helped the Crusaders capture the 2008 Landmark Conference regular season championship. His last stop before the North Country was a two-year stint as the assistant coach for Division II Shepherd University from 2008-10. Bechtel also served as the assistant strength and conditioning coach and an academic counselor at his alma mater Penn State from 2000-2002. With the Nittany Lions he was responsible for monitoring the academic progress of the football and men's basketball teams throughout the year. During his 16-year collegiate coaching career, Bechtel has recruited and coached nine All-Americans, multiple all-conference selections as well as a conference player of the year and rookie of the year. Bechtel earned a bachelor's degree in kinesiology from Penn State in 2000 and a master's in advanced level coaching from Springfield College in 2006.

Feb. 20: The College at Brockport (16-9, 11-7 SUNYAC) held off the SUNY Potsdam men's basketball team (1-24, 1-17) 92-76 in the season finale on Saturday afternoon. In his final game, Bears senior guard Joe Estramonte (Greenwich, N.Y./Greenwich) scored 27 points. Freshmen Tyrone Adeyeye (Brooklyn, N.Y./Benjamin Banneker) and Nosa Onabor (Brooklyn, N.Y./Northside Charter) also reached double-digits with 13 and 10 points, respectively. Clifton Lyerly had a game-high 31 points for the Golden Eagles, while Levi Pace recorded a double-double with 18 points and 11 boards.   Brockport opened the contest with an 11-5 run over the first 4:21. Potsdam bounced back with a 9-0 run on two 3-pointers from Onabor and three free throws from Estramonte to grab a 14-13 lead at 12:22. The Golden Eagles sank their next two shots to regain the 17-14 lead, but Estramonte answered again with a layup and a three to put the Bears up 19-17. The teams traded leads for the next six minutes. Senior guard Mitch Lamerson (Dansville, N.Y./Dansville) hit a three at 7:25 for a 24-23 lead and freshman forward Serigne Kane (Brooklyn, N.Y./Brooklyn Prep) dunked at 5:46 to make it 26-25. At 4:28, sophomore forward Josh Blagrove (Brooklyn, N.Y./Bishop Ford) sank two free throws give Potsdam its final lead of 32-31. Brockport finished the half with a 10-4 run and took a 41-36 lead into the locker room.   The Golden Eagles extended their lead to 54-43 over the opening 3:50 of the second half. Estramonte hit consecutive 3-pointers to get the Bears within 64-56 with 10:20 to play. Brockport built it's lead back to double-digits again after the field goals and went on to the 92-76 victory.   The contest marks the end of the careers of seniors Estramonte and Lamerson. Estramonte finished his four seasons in a Bears uniform with 972 points.

cardinal men pull away early for big 99-55 win over bears

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SUNY Plattsburgh’s Zack Coleman (10) pulls back from SUNY Potsdam defender Aaron Armstrong (21) to score the fade away jumper in the first half. SUNY Plattsburgh pulled away from the Bears in the second half to capture the 99-55 victory. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

The Saints (4-1) took advantage of a 54% shooting percentage (19-for-37) in the first half including hitting 12-of-23 3-point attempts to take a 54-35 lead after the first 20 minutes of action. The Cardinals (3-1), who entered the game averaging more than 100 points per game, could not close the gap to less than 18 points in the second half as St. Lawrence cruised to the victory.
Zachery led four Saints into double-digit scoring as Kyle Kobis netted 18 points including 4-for-7 from 3-point range, Ben Crawford score 12 and Riley Naclerio added 10 for the Saints. Naclerio and Crawford combined for 15 rebounds. Kobis handed out seven assists while Dom DeRegis had eight points, six rebounds and six assists off the bench. Kyle Edwards and Kieran Miller scored nine points each for the Saints.
A pair of 3-pointers by Kobis gave the Saints an early nine-point lead and consecutive 3-pointers by Zachery made it a 14-point St. Lawrence lead with 7:32 left in the opening half. DeRegis hit his only 3-pointer of the game at the 3:10 mark to extend the lead to 19 points and the Saints took the 54-35 lead into the halftime break.
Kobis started the second half with another 3-pointer as the Saints continued to hold the commanding lead for the remainder of the second half allowing Coach Downs to use the entire bench for most of the final minutes of the game.
The Saints return to action with a pair of home games over the weekend entertaining Ithaca College Friday night and Elmira College Sunday afternoon.

SUNY Plattsburgh’s Eric Mack (23) leaps over four Clarkson defenders to slam dunk the ball and extend on the Cardinals lead over the Golden Knights to begin the second half. SUNY Plattsburgh took an early lead in the first half over Clarkson and held off the Golden Knights to pick up the 84-68 win. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

SUNY Plattsburgh’s Majestic Grigg (32) battles his way past SUNY Potsdam defender Tyrone Adeyeye (33) to down the jump shot and chip away at the Bears lead late in the first half.

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March 4: The Plattsburgh State men's basketball team saw its season come to an abrupt end at the hands of Fitchburg State on Friday night as the Falcons took down the No. 23 ranked Cardinals 84-81 in the first round of the NCAA Division III Men's Basketball Tournament at Memorial Hall.   The Cardinals committed 19 turnovers on Friday, including three crucial blunders in the game's final two minutes and change.   Needing a three to tie Fitchburg State at the end of regulation and force overtime, Plattsburgh State had nine seconds to work with coming out of a timeout. The Cardinals unfortunately never got a great attempt as Eli Bryant was forced to put up a prayer from way beyond the arc. The shot was no good and Plattsburgh State would not get another chance to tie as time ran out.   After the visiting Falcons registered the first points of the game, the Cardinals quickly took a 3-2 lead thanks to Edward Correa's first of four triples on the evening. Correa was the main reason why Plattsburgh State only trailed one time the rest of the first half as he netted 17 points in shooting 6-of-9 from the floor, including 3-of-6 from three-point range in the opening stanza.   While the Cardinals held the advantage for most of the first, their lead never grew over seven points, as Jaleel Bell kept his team right in the mix.   Bell exploded in the second half with 19 points, going 7-for-10 and a perfect 2-for-2 from long range. The junior finished with a game-high 30 points and tied for a team-high five rebounds.   The end of the first half featured a quick change of momentum as the Falcons blew a chance at taking a lead into halftime by missing a layup with 10 seconds left. Kyle Richardson grabbed the rebound and found Xavier Thomas, who then found Edward Correa for a layup with three seconds left. The Cardinals took a 37-34 lead into the locker room.   Plattsburgh State built on its momentum early in the second as it took a double-digit lead for the first time in the game 3 ½ minutes in. Xavier Thomas found Majestic Grigg underneath the basket for an easy layup to make the score 49-38 in favor of the Cardinals. Grigg had his best game of the season on Friday night as he totaled 10 points on 5-of-6 shooting.   At that point, the Falcons began to find themselves and rattled off a 10-2 run to cut their deficit to just three. Plattsburgh State responded with a layup by freshman Ian Howard, but Bell answered right back with one of his two threes in the second half to make it a two-point game at 13:31.   After Correa starred with 17 points in the first half, Richardson one upped him with 20 in the second, highlighted by a nifty lay-up while getting fouled to put the Cardinals up 59-51 with 12:50 showing on the clock.   The Plattsburgh State offense went cold following that sequence, as the team missed its next four shots as well as a pair of free throws. With just a tick under nine minutes left, an Anthony Muccoli three gave Fitchburg State the lead at 62-61; the Falcons' first lead of the game since the 6:23 mark of the first half. Back-to-back triples from Lance Hill and Jaleel Bell would up the Falcons' lead to 70-65.   Fitchburg State got to the foul line 18 times in the second half, and made Plattsburgh State pay by making 15 of those 18 attempts.   The Memorial Hall crowed needed something to get them going, and Richardson provided a spark by hitting a three with 4:12 left that got the Cardinals to within four points at 78-74. Following a pair of missed jumpers on the other end, sandwiched by two Richardson free throws, Eli Bryant sunk a triple to give Plattsburgh State a 79-78 lead.   From the point on however, the Cardinals shot just 1-for-5 and turned the ball over three times. The Falcons meanwhile went 4-for-5 from the free throw line and got a big layup from Bell with just over a minute left to give them an 82-79 lead.   Instead of going for a quick score down by three now with 30 seconds remaining, the Cardinals took over 20 seconds to complete their possession, which culminated with a Richardson layup to make the score 82-81 in favor of Fitchburg State. Plattsburgh State was now forced to immediately foul and hope a few missed free throws would benefit them.   Unfortunately, Josh Bosworth made both attempts from the charity stripe make it a three-point game.   Instead of fouling Plattsburgh State, Fitchburg State came up with a big defensive stop to close out the game and advance, as the Cardinals never got a great look from three.   Both senior Richardson and Correa shined in the final games in Cardinal uniforms. Richardson finished with 26 points to go along with 15 rebounds while Correa totaled 20 points and had six boards.   Bell's 30 points led the Falcons, who were also helped out by Lance Hill's 17 points and five rebounds.   Fitchburg State advances to the second round and will face Johnson & Wales University, who knocked of Trinity College 75-73 in the first game at Memorial Hall Friday night. Saturday's second round matchup is set for a 7 p.m. start time.   The Cardinals close out their season with back-to-back losses and finish with a 21-6 record. The team accomplished much more than anyone expected, and has much to look forward to in 2016-17 despite losing three key players in Kyle Richardson, Edward Correa, and Xavier Thomas.

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SUNY potsdam women fall to suny plattsburgh 54-50

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SUNY Potsdam’s Hannah Marcellus (21) leaps over a SUNY Plattsburgh defender to sink the three pointer in the fourth quarter. SUNY Potsdam posted a late comeback run but fell short to SUNY Plattsburgh who picked up the 54-50 victory on the road. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Lady Knights’ Devin Sorell (3) breaks away from SUNY Potsdam’s Leah Giavatto (14) on her way to the basket. Sorell put up a team high 29 points in Clarkson’s win over Potsdam 69-54.  (Troy O'Brien photo)  Game Gallery

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Nov. 17: The SUNY Potsdam women's basketball team (1-1) defeated SUNY Canton (0-1) 64-55 on Friday night in the first round of the Kevin Fee Roos Classic on Friday night. Junior guard Riley Luckie (Ogdensburg, N.Y./Ogdensburg Free Academy) led the Bears with 20 points, going three-for-three on 3-pointers. Sophomore guard Drew Dufrane (Liverpool, N.Y./Liverpool) shot 50 percent behind the arc, totaling 12 points.   Potsdam's offense came out of the gate on fire, putting up a 22-point quarter to Canton's eight. Dufrane hit from beyond the arc twice during the 10-minute span with Luckie and freshman guard Mikayla Horton (Hammond, N.Y./Hammond) chipping in a three each. Freshman guard Alexis Davis (Brooklyn, N.Y./William H.S. Architecture & Design) scored six points and recorded two assists during the first.   Canton kept the second quarter competitive, but was still outscored 13-11. Dufrane led second quarter scoring with six points, hitting a pair of threes. Freshman forward Nicole Hansen (Fulton, N.Y./G. Ray Bodley) put up three points, while Luckie and Horton added a bucket each. Canton trailed Potsdam 35-19 heading into half.   The Bears put up 20 points to begin the second half, while Canton only managed 17. Luckie led Potsdam in the third by scoring 10, including a pair of threes. Horton hit another three for the Bears, while senior forward Emily Drake (Athens, N.Y./Coxsackie-Athens) and junior guard Abbey Smith(Bainbridge, N.Y./Bainbridge-Guilford) each scored a basket. The third concluded with freshman guard Carly Shear (Newark, N.Y./Newark) sinking her first collegiate bucket.   Potsdam was outscored in the final quarter by a 19-9 margin, but were able to maintain the 64-55 victory. Freshman guard Mia Jackson (Bronx, N.Y./Mott Hall V) hit a jumpers in the fourth for the Bears, including a three that gave Potsdam a 24-point cushion. Luckie ended Potsdam's scoring with four consecutive free throws.   Luckie added three assists and three rebounds to her 20-point night. Davis led the Bears with six boards with freshman forward Hannah Marcellus(Potsdam, N.Y./Madrid-Waddington) was right behind with five. Horton and Smith each had two steals for Potsdam.   Antanasia Chambers led Canton with 20 points and added four steals. Tatiana Laroche had nine points and four assists, while Randi Conway and Alauna Wright each put up eight points.  

Nov. 15: In the season opener, the SUNY Potsdam women's basketball team (0-1) fell to Utica College (1-0) with a score of 66-49. Junior guard Riley Luckie (Ogdensburg, N.Y./Ogdensburg) led the Bears with 11 points and a game-high five assists. Pioneer guard Ashelyne Babb totaled 17 points with seven rebounds.   Babb hit from behind the arch to open the scoring, but Luckie answered with one of her own for the Bears. Utica's offense picked up at the 6:29 mark, by going on a 12-5 run to get out to a 15-8 lead at the end of the first quarter. Freshman guard Alexis Davis (Brooklyn, N.Y./Williamsburg H.S. Architecture & Design) hit a layup to get Potsdam within five, but the Pioneers' answered again for a 13-2 run that was capped with a 3-pointer from guard Kimberly Soriano. Potsdam battled back with back-to-back threes from junior guard Mikayla Horton(Hammond, N.Y./Hammond) and junior captain Abbey Smith (), respectively. Senior forward Emily Drake (Athens, N.Y./Coxsackie-Athens) added two points and Horton chipped in a free throw to bring the score to 32-21 in favor of Utica, going into halftime.   The third quarter had the most scoring with 38 points between the teams. Scoring bounced back-and-forth throughout the 10 minutes of play with the Pioneers holding a 23-15 advantage. Luckie scored five of her 11 points during this time with forward Alaina Tripp hitting twice from behind the arch for six points to lead the Pioneers. The score was 55-36 going into the final quarter.   Potsdam led the scoring in the fourth with the slight 13-11 scoring advantage including six points from sophomore guard Drew Dufrane (Liverpool, N.Y./Liverpool) and four from freshman forward Nicole Hansen (Fulton, N.Y./G. Ray Bodley). Junior forward Victoria Shopovick (White Plains, N.Y./Maria Regina) and freshman forward Hannah Marcellus (Potsdam, N.Y./Madrid-Waddington) each added two points. The Bears ran out of time before making up the deficit and Utica took the 66-49 win.   Dufrane finished with eight points and a game-high five steals. Horton tacked on seven points in her Potsdam debut and a team-high six rebounds and two steals.   For the Pioneers, Ashley Mayo tallied 12 points, while Tripp added 11 points, three steals and five rebounds.

Clarkson knights falls to st. lawrence university 73-57 

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Clarkson’s Madison Shea (10) breaks around a St. Lawrence University defender to score the fade away jump shot late in the third quarter.  The  Golden Knights dropped a 73-57 decision against the Saints in Liberty League action.  (Cody Jenne photo)   Game Gallery

Clarkson’s Madison Shea (10) drives attempts to muscle her way through SUNY Potsdam’s Abbey Smith (15) during their rivalry game. (Troy O'Brien photo)  Game Gallery

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Jan. 9: An overwhelming advantage on the glass for St. Lawrence limited second chances for the Clarkson University Women's Basketball team as the Golden Knights dropped a 73-57 decision against the Saints on Tuesday night at Alumni Gymnasium. The Golden Knights saw their record evened at 6-6 overall while moving to 1-4 in the Liberty League. St. Lawrence edged over .500 in conference at 3-2 and improved to 8-4 on the season. Senior Devin Sorell poured in a season-high 31 points, her fifth career 30-point game and first of 2017-18. Sorell shot 11-for-27 from the field and also added in four assists and three steals for the Knights. A solid shooting performance in the early going mitigated the size advantage possessed by St. Lawrence, as Clarkson rushed out to a 13-4 lead following Molly Stewart's 3-pointer from the wing at 4:15 in the first quarter. After Sorell sunk three consecutive free throws at the 2:12 mark, the Knights were up by 12, a lead that they would hold at the end of the quarter as well when Sorell hit a layup in the waning seconds. Things began to change course in the second quarter as St. Lawrence began to pound the ball inside. Even when the shots didn't fall for St. Lawrence, the Saints were able to get offensive rebounds for second chance opportunities. Jenny Scudder hit a 3-pointer at the 2:31 mark to pull St. Lawrence within two, and a pair of free throws from Annabella Pugliese with 27 seconds left in the quarter knotted the game up at 28-28 at the break. With several key Clarkson players in foul trouble in the third, St. Lawrence got things going in the paint, making 10 layups in that period alone. Sorell did her best to keep the Knights in the game, scoring 11 of Clarkson's 17 points in the quarter, but in the fourth quarter St. Lawrence stuck to its game plan, pounding the ball inside and simply outrebounding Clarkson at every turn. The Knights trailed by seven with eight minutes to go in the quarter, but the Saints started hitting short range jumpers in addition to their points from the block, slowly extending the advantage to double figures and finishing with a 16-point margin of victory. Sorell had a game-high 31 points for Clarkson and freshman Hannah Earl chipped in 10 points and eight rebounds in her best game of the season. The Saints were keyed by a 51-23 advantage on the glass, headlined by the double-double from Katie Frederick, who scored 13 points and grabbed 13 boards. Annabella Pugliese added 12 points and Meghan O'Connor produced 10 points and eight rebounds, including seven offensive boards. Meghan Hynes also tacked on 12 points for St. Lawrence.

Jan. 6: Twenty straight points in a little over four minutes during the first quarter by the Clarkson University Women's Basketball team was all the cushion the Golden Knights would need as they cruised to a 79-41 Liberty League win over Bard College on Saturday afternoon. The Golden Knights picked up their first conference victory of the season and moved back above .500 overall, improving to 6-5 and 1-3. The Raptors remained winless at 0-10 and 0-4. Clarkson begins a seven-game home stretch on Tuesday when it takes on St. Lawrence University. With a season-high 27 points in the first quarter, Clarkson recovered from a tough loss against Vassar on Friday. The Golden Knights were up 7-4 midway through the first quarter, but a 20-0 run in 4:27 seconds that included four 3-pointers quickly provided Clarkson with ample breathing room for the remainder of the game. The Knights were particularly formidable on defense, forcing 16 turnovers in the first half and converting those chances with 21 points at the other end. Both Madison Shea and Devin Sorell scored 15 points in the first half. Bard shot just 2-for-23 in the first half, including 18 straight misses from the field over the last 16-plus minutes. After Clarkson extended its lead to as many as 42 points in the early moments of the second half, the Golden Knights' starters were pulled for the final 18 minutes of the game. Allowed an opportunity to show their merit, the bench players finished the game with 35 points overall. Shea finished with 15 points on 7-for-9 shooting in just 17 minutes, adding in 6 rebounds, 3 assists and 4 steals. Sorell also had 15 points, going 6-for-11 from the floor with three 3-pointers in 18 minutes, while also contributing 5 assists and 4 steals. Tricia Loso scored 11 points on 4-for-7 shooting in 18 minutes of reserve, while both Molly Stewart and Rachel Marion scored eight points each. Marion also had a team-best seven rebounds. For Bard, Katie Esposito had 13 points and 11 rebounds, while Sarah Morris was just shy of matching her teammate's double-double thanks to nine points and 10 boards.

St. lawrence university captures 73-57 win over cu

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St. Lawrence University’s Cara Waterson (25) leaps past Clarkson defender Devin Sorell (3) to score midway through the fourth quarter to extend the Saints lead over the Golden Knights to 15. St. Lawrence University captured the 73-57 victory over Clarkson to kick off 2018.  (Cody Jenne photo)   Game Gallery

St. Lawrence University’s Meghan Hynes (22) battles her way past teammates and Clarkson defenders to create an open look and score off the jumper to chip into the Golden Knights lead to begin the third quarter.  Clarkson pulled away from the St. Lawrence University in the second half putting up 41 points in the half to capture the 58-41 victory. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

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Jan. 9: First-year Katie Frederick recorded her third double-double of the season, shooting 6-for-10 from the field, and the St. Lawrence University women's basketball team overcame a first-quarter deficit to defeat Clarkson 73-57 in a Liberty League contest Tuesday evening in Potsdam, New York. Prior to tonight's game, St. Lawrence ranks ninth in the nation for scoring defense, only allowing 44.6 points per game. With the win, the Saints improved to 8-4 on the season and 3-2 in conference play, while Clarkson fell to 6-6 and 1-4. Second to Frederick, Annabella Pugliese and Meghan Hynes each added 12 points, while Meghan O'Connor scored 10. Marlee Gunn posted a team-high six assists and two steals. The Golden Knights outshot the Saints 23-11 in the first quarter, averaging 58 percent from the field and Devin Sorell accounting for 13 points of the teams' points. The Saints worked to make up ground in the second quarter holding Clarkson to just five points. Jenny Scudder landed a 3-pointer to bring the Saints within two with 2:31 remaining. Pugliese drew the late foul, went 2-for-2 from the line to tie the game at 28. The Scarlet and Brown went on an 11-point run to end the second frame with baskets from Katie Gallagher, O'Connor and Scudder. Both team's nearly battled point-for-point in the third frame, however the Saints held a slight four-point advantage with 5:20 to play. Cara Waterson netted back-to-back buckets to extend the Saints' lead to 50-43. O'Connor landed a jumper from just outside the paint to put the Scarlet and Brown up by nice with less than eight minutes to play in regulation. St. Lawrence held a 12-point lead after a jump shot from Pugliese with just under four minutes to play and capped its six-point run with a jumper from Kaelyn Kohlasch. Kohlasch then extended the Saints lead to 16 points with about two minutes remaining. "It was a really nice game for us tonight," said head coach Dan Roiger. "We had a really slow start, I think the team wanted to win so badly they weren't able to relax. Meanwhile, Clarkson was red hot and had a great start." "We had an awesome second half," Roiger continued. "We ran well, we passed well and we pounded the ball inside to our posts, who finished at the rim. Overall, it was a nice win and our team continues to learn about their strengths and what we do best." Sorell shot 11-for-27 from the floor and 2-for-7 from the arc to lead the Golden Knights with season-high 31 points, four assists and three steals. Hannah Earl added 10 points and a team-high eight rebounds, while Madison Shea rounded out the top three scorers with seven points.

Jan. 6: Meghan Hynes led the Saints for the second day in a row with 14 points and first-year Marlee Gunn netted a season-high 13 points as the St. Lawrence University women's basketball team successfully completed their first undefeated conference weekend of the season, topping Vassar 55-47 on Saturday afternoon in Poughkeepsie, New York.   Hynes and Gunn also combined for 10 rebounds, grabbing six and four, respectively. Kaelyn Kohlasch recorded nine points and eight rebounds, while Katie Frederick added eight points and three rebounds. Kohlasch also posted a team and season-high three steals. Both teams nearly battled point-for-point through the first five minutes of play. The Saints then quickly added a four-point run, followed up by another six points to take an 18-10 lead over the Brewers. Vassar ended the first quarter with a six-point run of its own, only trailing by two points after the first ten minutes. Julia Roellke quickly tied the game at 18 with a layup at the 9:28 mark of the second quarter. After three lead changes, Nicole Teta landed a 3-pointer to give the Brewers a 32-26 advantage. Vassar continued to hold the lead up until the break, with a 35-28 lead over the Scarlet and Brown at half time. The Saints outshot Vassar 15-2 in the third quarter to regain the lead and bring a six-point advantage into the final frame. Sophie Nick tallied the only basket for the Brewers in the third, while Frederick, Hynes, Jenny Scudder and Cara Waterson each picked up points for the Saints. The Brewers wouldn't go down without a fight, coming within two points with a 3-pointer from Nick with about six minutes to play. Kohlasch, who currently leads the Liberty League with .481 3-point shooting percentage and 2.5 3-pointers per game, responded with a 3-pointer of her own to put the Saints up by five with 4:46 to play.   A late foul off Scudder, gave the Brewers the chance to make it a one-possession, but Vassar couldn't capitalize on the free throw and a series of free throws from Marlee Gunn down the stretch would seal the victory for the Saints. "This is a big win for us," said head coach Dan Roiger. "Vassar is a good, veteran team that has been seasoned by a tough schedule. For us to go on the road with our young squad and get a victory is a real credit to our perseverance and work ethic." "Our defense and rebounding were outstanding in the second half after a rough second quarter," Roiger continued. "Our players made some great adjustments at halftime and executed our game plan very well. Our whole team played well, but our posts really did a great job on some good players." Vassar was led by Samarah Cook and Roellke with nine points each, while Teta, Nick and Ariella Rosenthal each netted seven. Roellke finished with a team-high seven rebounds. Nick and Rosenthal each grabbed five. Cook and Roellke each added two steals for the Brewers. With the win, the Saints wrapped up their first 2-0 weekend in conference play and earned their first win over the Brewers since the 2015-16 season. After today's result, both teams move to 7-4 on the season and 2-2 in Liberty League play.

CANTON WOMEN fall in second half to clarkson knights

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SUNY Canton’s Tatiana Laroche (24) leaps over four Clarkson defenders to score taking a quick 4-0 lead over the Golden Knights to begin the game. Clarkson surged in the second half jumping to a 25-13 lead.  The Kangaroos staged a comeback in the second half, but fell just short as Clarkson won 55-50. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

SUNY Canton’s Antanasia Chambers (15) leaps over Clarkson defender Rachel Marion (24) to drain the two-point jump shot late in the first quarter.

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Nov. 17: The SUNY Canton women's basketball team outscored visiting SUNY Potsdam by seven in the second half but a strong opening 20 minutes lifted the Bears to a 64-55 win on Friday evening in the Kevin Fee/Roos Classic.   The Bears (1-1) jumped out to a quick start outscoring Canton (0-1) 22-8 over the opening 10 minutes as the team could never quite recover. Despite trailing 35-19 at intermission, the Roos hung tough battling down the stretch outscoring Potsdam by 10 (19-9) in the fourth quarter.   Antanasia Chambers finished tied for a game-high with 20 points and added a game-best four steals shooting 8-for-15 in 25 minutes of action. Tatiana Laroche posted nine points and four assists, while Randi Conway and Alauna Wright finished with eight points apiece.   Riley Luckie paced Potsdam with 20 points including a perfect 3-for-3 mark from long distance, while Drew Dufrane hit four three-pointers to finish with 12 points. The Bears shot the ball well from behind the arc hitting on 55.6 percent of its attempts (10-for-18), while the Roos were 4-for-15 (26.7 percent).   Potsdam also held the upper hand on the boards, 38-28. Canton finished with edges in points off turnovers (18-8), points in the paint (24-16) and fast break points (8-0).

Nov. 17: The SUNY Canton women's basketball team will play a 25 game schedule that includes 10 home games including five to open the 2017-18 season under first-year Head Coach Josh Suttles. The Roos open the slate with their annual Kevin Fee/Roos Classic on November 17th and 18th. The team starts the schedule with Route 11 rival SUNY Potsdam on Friday at 7 p.m. before squaring off with D'Youville College on Saturday at 2 p.m. The following Tuesday SUNY Canton welcomes Clarkson University to the Roos House at 5 p.m. The Roos host Oswego State and former Canton assistant Sean Pinkerton on November 27th in a 6 p.m. matchup before closing out their five game home stand on December 3rd v. Albany College of Pharmacy. After a friendly home schedule to open the season the team goes through a grueling road stretch that includes 10 consecutive road or neutral games from December 6th through January 13th. The team returns home for back-to-back tilts v. Maine Presque Isle on January 19th and 20th before a date on the 23rd at home v. SUNY Delhi. The Roos close out the season with five of their final seven games on the road including a February 6th tilt at SUNY Potsdam. The final home contests of the season feature matchups with Villa Maria College (1/28) and Alfred State College (2/17). The team will look to qualify for the inaugural American Collegiate Athletic Association (ACAA) Tournament on February 24th and 25th.

PLATTSBURGH WOMEN Rally late, soar past suny potsdam

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SUNY Plattsburgh’s Taylor Clare (21) breaks past a SUNY Potsdam defender to score in the fourth quarter breaking out their lead over the Bears to eleven points. SUNY Potsdam posted a late comeback run but fell short to SUNY Plattsburgh who picked up the 54-50 victory on the road. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Jones led the Cardinals with 15 points, nine rebounds, five assists, a block and a steal. Clare netted a career-high 14 points and added four blocks in 15 minutes coming off the bench, which included an 8-of-12 mark from the line. Merkel notched a double-double with 12 points and a career-high 16 rebounds while adding four blocks.
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With three minutes and 15 seconds remaining in the game the St. Lawrence University women's basketball team held an eight point lead over SUNY Plattsburgh but the Cardinals scored 16 of the final 18 points of the game to escape with a 56-50 victory Tuesday night in a non-conference matchup in Burkman Gymnasium in Canton.
Senior guard Jax Miller (Argyle, N.Y./Argyle) hit a go-ahead 3-pointer with 38 seconds remaining, leading the Plattsburgh State women's basketball team to a 56-50 victory over non-conference St. Lawrence University on Tuesday night at Burkman Gym.
After freshman forward Taylor Clare (Peekskill, N.Y./Peekskill) tied the score at 38-all with 8:52 left in regulation, St. Lawrence went on an 8-0 run, and a 3-pointer by senior forward Caroline Dalton handed the Saints a 46-38 advantage. The two teams traded points until Clare made four free throws across two possessions to make it a four-point game. Sophomore guard Bella DePasquale (Ardsley, N.Y./Ardsley) drained a 3-pointer with 1:09 remaining in the fourth quarter, and following a 30-second Plattsburgh State timeout, the Cardinals forced a Saint turnover.
That set the stage for Miller's heroics, as she converted on a 3-point attempt with just 38 seconds left to hand Plattsburgh State a 50-48 edge, its first lead of the fourth quarter. The Saints missed a layup with 19 seconds left, which then forced them to foul the rest of the contest. Senior guard Moe Jones (Freeport, N.Y./Freeport) went 4-of-4 from the line before Miller spelled the final score with a pair of made free throws with just two seconds left in regulation.
Sarah Thomas and Caroline Dalton led the Saints (0-3) with nine points each and Dalton led the team with 11 rebounds. The Cardinals (2-2) had three players score in double figures with Monique Jones leading the team with 15 points.
Both teams shot 25 percent from the floor, with the Cardinals going 17-of-68 and the Saints going 18-of-72. Plattsburgh State knocked down 18-of-27 attempts at the free-throw line to shoot 66.7 percent for the game, while the Cardinals held a 60-52 edge in rebounds.

SUNY Plattsburgh’s Allie Taylor (5) battles her way past two SUNY Potsdam defenders to earn the short jump shot to extend on the Cardinals lead midway through the third quarter. A fast scoring run in the first quarter gave the Cardinals enough of an edge to capture the 61-27 victory over the Bears.(Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

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Nov. 19: Down by just two points with just six seconds remaining, the Plattsburgh State women's basketball team was dealt a crippling blow by an ill-timed turnover before the Cardinals saw a last-second three-ball by Stephanie Linder bounce off the iron in a 60-58 non-conference setback to Norwich University in Memorial Hall on Wednesday night. Outside of the final 6:22, the Cardinals (1-2) trailed the Cadets (2-1) just once – for a period of 1:22 in the first half to be exact. Neither team shot particularly well from the field, as the Cardinals (19-of-63, 30.2-percent) edged out the Cadets (18-of-60, 30-percent) in that category. In addition to losing the battle on the scoreboard, though, Plattsburgh State was out-rebounded by a 52-41 margin by their Vermont rivals. Of Norwich's final 13 points in the non-conference battle, all but three were scored from the charity stripe and each marker save four through that stretch was pumped in by the Cadets' Aliah Curry who finished with a game-high 23 points. Curry would open the scoring with a painted area jumper, but Brittany Marshall and Jax Miller banged back-to-back long balls to put a charge into the Plattsburgh State faithful and give the home squad a 6-2 lead 2:22 into things. Trouble reared its head early on for the Cardinals in the form of the official's whistle as junior post player Devona Paul was hit with a pair of personal fouls in the first 4:20 of the ballgame. Minutes later, sophomore Jessica Dolan received two citations for fouls which left Plattsburgh State with little choice but to try and formulate an effective game plan from outside the key to secure the win. It appeared as though the scheme was working when the Cardinals opened up a 15-8 edge with 7:41 remaining in the opening stanza. An 8-0 run which culminated with a mid-range splashdown from Jax Miller was all the offense Plattsburgh State could muster for 4:19, though. Their lead dwindling down to a mere two points after a Tory Kethro jumper and a three-point hit from Shyann Josler, the Cardinals called on Allie Taylor – who was making her first start at an NCAA institution – to right the ship. The junior out of Hannibal, N.Y., accounted for the next six points for Plattsburgh State and helped the home squad close out the half on a 9-6 surge. Heading into the last 20-minute period of the night, the Cardinals felt as though their luck had begun to change for the better. Although Kayla Mercer slung in five points for the Cadets, Plattsburgh State pushed right back and pushed its edge to eight points (34-26) on the strength of a downtown swish by Marshall. Norwich, though, continued to resist the Plattsburgh State scoring onslaught and trimmed the Cardinals' advantage to one on four occasions before the Cadets retook the lead for the first time since 13:05 in the first half. Mercer drilled a step-back three-pointer with 6:21 to go, setting up a frantic fight to the finish for both clubs. The vast majority of the action during the final stages of the game occurred from the foul stripe, but Plattsburgh State freshman Shawna Thornton plundered the rock from Curry and sunk a fast-break layup to knot things at 47-all as 5:45 shone on the clock. With that, though, Plattsburgh State found itself almost unable to buy a basket. The Cardinals finished the game with a 1-for-6 showing from the field and committed six turnovers in the closing minutes. Facing a 54-49 deficit with 2:36 to go, the Cardinals stormed back to take the lead by employing a 7-0 run which was cued by a Misha Green jumper in the paint. Green, a senior, put the finishing touches on the surge with a make at the free throw line to put the Cardinals up 56-54 with 46 ticks to go. Mercer, though, played the role of the hero for the Cadets on the ensuing possession. Her three-point attempt with 31 seconds remaining was right on target, and after a highly questionable turnover call by the officials on the next Plattsburgh State trip down the floor, Curry hit three free throws in the final 18 seconds to close things out. The Cardinals hit 16 of their 20 attempts at the charity stripe (80-percent), but were a woeful 4-of-22 (18.2-percent) from long range. Marshall recorded a team-high 15 points for the Cardinals while Taylor added 12. Linder put forth a well-rounded effort of nine points, seven rebounds, three steals and two assists in the loss. Mercer added 15 for the Cadets while Heather LeBlanc pulled down a game-high 15 rebounds. The road beckons to the Cardinals once again, but not before Plattsburgh State takes a basketball hiatus of nearly two weeks. On Tuesday, Dec. 2, the Cardinals will see how they stack up against Liberty League and North Country nemesis St. Lawrence University. Tip-off in Canton, N.Y., is scheduled for 6 p.m. 

Nov. 16: Going toe-to-toe with its first of three top-25 opponents of the 2014-15 campaign, the Plattsburgh State women's basketball team traded blows with No. 15/17 ranked New York University before succumbing to a large second-half run by the Violets and dropping an 86-70 decision in the championship game of the NYU Tip-Off Tournament on Sunday afternoon at the Coles Sports Center. Doing all she could to help the Cardinals in their quest for a 2-0 start was senior Brittany Marshall who finished with a game-high 21 points on 8-of-13 shooting. As a team, the Cardinals shot the ball at a 40.3 percent (27-of-67) clip, but the depth and experience of the Violets eventually wore Plattsburgh State down. Instead of trying to force the issue down low against NYU's interior defenders, Plattsburgh State took up residence from beyond the three-point arc and thrived from there early on. The Violets netted the first two markers of the game, but Marshall and junior Stephanie Linder canned back-to-back long balls which gave Plattsburgh State a 6-2 lead just 2:07 into the non-conference fight. NYU managed to tie things up with a 4-0 burst, but fortunately for the Cardinals, Allie Taylor picked up right where she left off the previous afternoon and launched a 6-0 Plattsburgh State run with a layup. Marshall followed suit with one of her own before sophomore Jessica Dolan took a pinpoint pass from Taylor and connected on a fast-break jumper. With an upset bid fresh in their minds, the Cardinals kept the pedal to the metal. Taylor netted four more points before Devona Paul cleaned up a Dolan misfire and laid the ball in to put the Cardinals up 18-10. First-year player Shawna Thornton showed up with a three-point splashdown before sophomore Jax Miller pulled up from midrange and swished a jumper of her own. Miller's hit handed the Cardinals their largest lead of the game, 23-12, with 9:31 to go in the opening frame. Unbeknownst to the Cardinals, NYU was plotting a comeback and employed the first stages of its plan to regain the lead by using the three-point shot. Amy Harioka set up shop from downtown and knocked down consecutive trifectas to kick-start a 17-0 NYU run. The Cardinals couldn't keep up with the Violets during that stretch, going 0-fot-6 from the field and committing four turnovers. Emily Rowe sank a layup with 6:07 remaining in the first half which put NYU on top for good. Forced to watch as the Violets' edge grow to as many as six points, Plattsburgh State finally put a halt to the sizable scoring burst when Taylor took a trip to the charity stripe and knocked down a pair of attempts. Their offense finally coming around after a lengthy break, the Cardinals chipped away at the Violets' lead, eventually shrinking it all the way down to one when Thornton split a pair of free throws as the clock showed 1:31. That was as close as the Cardinals would come, though, as NYU pumped in five of the last six points in the opening stanza to take a 38-33 edge into the halftime break. Marshall represented two-thirds of the Cardinals total offensive output in the first 3:10 of the deciding frame. The Malone, N.Y., product rattled home a pair of mid-range jumpers to pull Plattsburgh State within one – 40-39 – for the final time. From there, the Violets seized control of matters by employing a 10-0 run which featured scores from a trio of players. Marshall and Paul combined for the next seven Plattsburgh State points to keep the Cardinals within shouting distance (54-46), but the balance and dominant interior game of the Violets continued to keep the visitors off-balance. A 46-24 edge in points in the paint belonged to the nationally-ranked home squad who increased its lead to as many as 19 by the time the final horn sounded. Megan Dawe amassed a team-high 19 points for the Violets to lead a quintet of NYU players who finished with 10 or more markers. Kaitlyn Read added a 13-point, 11-rebound double-double for the home squad who shot 47.7 percent (31-of-65) from the field including a scorching 17-of-28 (60.7 percent) mark in the final frame. Taylor finished with 14 points in another excellent outing for the Cardinals while Paul chipped in 11 and a team-best eight rebounds.

NCSN College Basketball Scores


Women's Basketball
ACAA Semifinals
University of Valley Forge 66, SUNY Canton 50



Women's Basketball
Liberty League Playoffs - Opening Round

Vassar 53, St. Lawrence University 48



Men's Basketball
SUNY Oneonta 72, SUNY Potsdam 60
SUNY Plattsburgh 102, New Paltz 69
Alfred State 63, SUNY Canton 61
Clarkson 102, RPI 92 (OT)
Skidmore 88, St. Lawrence University 62
Women's Basketball
SUNY Oneonta 82, SUNY Potsdam 48
New Paltz 85, SUNY Plattsburgh 52
SUNY Canton 71, Alfred State 56
Clarkson 66, RPI 58
Skidmore 42, St. Lawrence University 31



Men's Basketball
SUNY Potsdam 68,  New Paltz 56
SUNY Plattsburgh 95, SUNY Oneonta 74
Skidmore 80, Clarkson 67
RPI 90, St. Lawrence University 83
Women's Basketball
New Paltz 74, SUNY Potsdam 43
SUNY Oneonta 65, SUNY Plattsburgh 59
Skidmore 69, Clarkson 58
St. Lawrence University 62, RPI 46



Men's Basketball
Clarkson 81, St. Lawrence University 65
Albertus Magnus 84, SUNY Canton 72
Women's Basketball
St. Lawrence University 71, Clarkson 45



Men's Basketball
Alfred State 53, SUNY Canton 39
Women's Basketball
SUNY Canton 46, Alfred State 64



Men's Basketball
Clarkson 90, Union 85
Ithaca 91, St. Lawrence University 82
Women's Basketball
Clarkson 47, Union 44
Ithaca 52, St. Lawrence University 42 



Men's Basketball
Ithaca 83, Clarkson 78
Union 77, St. Lawrence University 66
SUNY Plattsburgh 104, SUNY Potsdam 76
Women's Basketball
Ithaca 72, Clarkson 45
St. Lawrence University 42, Union 37
SUNY Plattsburgh 56, SUNY Potsdam 52



Men's Basketball
Middlebury 79, SUNY Canton 57
Women's Basketball
SUNY Potsdam 45, SUNY Canton 39



Men's Basketball
SUNY Oswego 68, SUNY Potsdam 62
SUNY Plattsburgh 90, SUNY Cortland 67
Hobart 67, Clarkson 48
RIT 82, St. Lawrence University 74
Women's Basketball

SUNY Oswego 49, SUNY Potsdam 32
SUNY Cortland 75, SUNY Plattsburgh 60
SUNY Delhi 60, SUNY Canton 54
RIT 63, St. Lawrence University 54
William Smith 94 , Clarkson 83 (OT)



Men's Basketball
Clarkson 78, RIT 67
Hobart 92, St. Lawrence University 56
SUNY Potsdam 65, SUNY Cortland 64
SUNY Plattsburgh 74, SUNY Oswego 60
Women's Basketball
RIT 78, Clarkson 47
SUNY Oswego 67, SUNY Plattsburgh 55
SUNY Cortland 63, SUNY Potsdam 63
St. Lawrence University 61, William Smith 48



Men's Basketball
SUNY Plattsburgh 88, SUNY Canton 58
Women's Basketball
SUNY Plattsburgh 54, Norwich 48



Women's Basketball
SUNY Canton 63, Villa Maria 57



Men's Basketball
SUNY Potsdam 75, New Paltz 73
SUNY Plattsburgh 97, SUNY Oneonta 60
Clarkson 84, Vassar 77

St. Lawrence University 94, Bard 85
Women's Basketball
Vassar 67, Clarkson 55
St. Lawrence University 99, Bard 50
New Paltz 81, SUNY Potsdam 37
SUNY Oneonta 65, SUNY Plattsburgh 37



Men's Basketball
SUNY Canton 106, Paul Smiths 68
SUNY Oneonta 77, SUNY Potsdam 57
Clarkson 86, Bard 81 (OT)
St. Lawrence University 80, Vassar 78
SUNY Plattsburgh 100, New Paltz 71
Women's Basketball
New Paltz 56, SUNY Plattsburgh 50
SUNY Oneonta 56, SUNY Potsdam 53
Clarkson 69, Bard 46
St. Lawrence University 58, Vassar 52



Women's Basketball
SUNY Canton 60, Johnson State 57



Men's Basketball
SUNY Canton 68, SUNY Delhi 65
SUNY Plattsburgh 99, SUNY Potsdam 55
Women's Basketball
SUNY Delhi 69, SUNY Canton 67
SUNY Plattsburgh 54, SUNY Potsdam 50



Men's Basketball
RIT 79, Clarkson 71
Hobart 91, St. Lawrence University 78
Maine Presque Isle 66, SUNY Canton 53
SUNY Geneseo 76, SUNY Potsdam 74
SUNY Plattsburgh 93, SUNY Brockport 80
Women's Basketball
RIT 56, Clarkson 43
William Smith 59, St. Lawrence University 43
SUNY Geneseo 83, SUNY Potsdam 37
SUNY Brockport 81, SUNY Plattsburgh 67



Men's Basketball
Hobart 91, Clarkson 78
RIT 75, St. Lawrence University 72
SUNY Canton 89, Maine Presque Isle 74
SUNY Brockport 68, SUNY Potsdam 53
SUNY Plattsburgh 79, SUNY Geneseo 73
Women's Basketball
William Smith 67, Clarkson 53
St. Lawrence University 64, RIT 63
SUNY Canton 74, Maine Presque Isle 43
SUNY Brockport 62, SUNY Potsdam 47
SUNY Geneseo 71, SUNY Plattsburgh 60



Women's Basketball
SUNY Canton 66, Maine Presque Isle 60



Men's Basketball
SUNY Canton 69, Pine Manor 67
     (completion of suspended game)

Pine Manor 83, SUNY Canton 63 (regular game)
SUNY Cortland 75, SUNY Potsdam 60
SUNY Plattsburgh 89, SUNY Oswego75
Union 81, St. Lawrence University 73
Clarkson 85, Ithaca 72
Women's Basketball
SUNY Canton 56, Pine Manor 54
St. Lawrence University 72, Union 53
Ithaca 79, Clarkson 77
SUNY Cortland 83, SUNY Potsdam 46
SUNY Plattsburgh 73, SUNY Oswego 55



Men's Basketball
SUNY Canton at Pine Manor
          (26-26 half, susp. to 1/13, facility issue)

SUNY Potsdam 75, SUNY Oswego 72
SUNY Plattsburgh 80, SUNY Cortland 78
Ithaca 82, St. Lawrence University 67
Union 71, Clarkson 66 (OT)
Women's Basketball
SUNY Canton 69, Pine Manor 59
SUNY Oswego 58, SUNY Potsdam 44
St. Lawrence University 72, Ithaca 66
Clarkson 76, Union 39
SUNY Cortland 65, SUNY Plattsburgh 46



Women's Basketball
SUNY Canton 79, Vermont Tech 49



Men's Basketball
Clarkson 86, St. Lawrence University 58
SUNY Potsdam 73, SUNY Canton 70
Women's Basketball
St. Lawrence University 73, Clarkson 57
Fisher 81, SUNY Canton 47
Hamilton 76, SUNY Potsdam 37



Men's Basketball
SUNY Canton 74, Cazenovia 65
Buffalo State 83, SUNY Potsdam 76
SUNY Plattsburgh 84, SUNY Fredonia 75
Bard 61,Clarkson 59
St. Lawrence University 68, Vassar 67
Women's Basketball
Buffalo State 52, SUNY Potsdam 41
Clarkson 79, Bard 41
SUNY Canton 78, SUNY Cobleskill 74
St. Lawrence University 55, Vassar 47
SUNY Fredonia 66, SUNY Plattsburgh 57



Men's Basketball
SUNY Potsdam  82, SUNY Fredonia 74

SUNY Plattsburgh 96, Buffalo State 83
Vassar 69, Clarkson 63
Bard 80, St. Lawrence University 63
Women's Basketball
Vassar 66, Clarkson 51
St. Lawrence University 73, Bard 34
SUNY Plattsburgh 58, Buffalo State 52
SUNY Fredonia 65, SUNY Potsdam 35



Men's Basketball
SUNY Plattsburgh 77, Clarkson 70



Men's Basketball
SUNY Oswego 77, SUNY Canton 70
Women's Basketball
Juniata PA 54, St. Lawrence University 49



Men's Basketball
SUNY Potsdam 81, Western Connecticut State 71



Women's Basketball
Western Connecticut St. 101, SUNY Plattsburgh 92



Men's Basketball
Elmira College 111, St. Lawrence University 100
SUNY Morrisville 72, SUNY Canton 60
Women's Basketball
St. Lawrence University 69, SUNY Canton 36
SUNY Plattsburgh 81, New Rochelle 46



Men's Basketball
SUNY Oswego 100, St. Lawrence University 63



Men's Basketball
Alfred 89, SUNY Canton 85
Clarkson 72, Cazenovia 61

SUNY Brockport 99, SUNY Potsdam 77
SUNY Plattsburgh 92, SUNY Geneseo 83
Women's Basketball
Clarkson 71, Houghton 67
Misericordia 77, SUNY Canton 32
SUNY Brockport 87, SUNY Potsdam 43
SUNY Geneseo 73, SUNY Plattsburgh 45



Men's Basketball
SUNY Geneseo 94, SUNY Potsdam 72
SUNY Brockport 97, SUNY Plattsburgh 95
Women's Basketball
SUNY Geneseo 80, SUNY Potsdam 35
SUNY Plattsburgh 58, SUNY Brockport 56 (OT)



Women's Basketball
SUNY Canton 67, SUNY Morrisville 59



Men's Basketball
Clarkson 86, SUNY Canton 60
Middlebury 91, SUNY Plattsburgh 68
St. Lawrence University 89, SUNY Potsdam 70
Women's Basketball
Middlebury 60, SUNY Plattsburgh 33
St. Lawrence University 70, SUNY Potsdam 50



Women's Basketball
SUNY Canton 69, Albany PHS 33



Men's Basketball
Skidmore 77, Clarkson 60
RPI 76, St. Lawrence University 57
SUNY Potsdam 88, SUNY Fredonia 52
Sage Colleges 76, SUNY Canton 74
SUNY Plattsburgh 95, Buffalo State 68
Women's Basketball
Buffalo State 63, SUNY Plattsburgh 62
SUNY Fredonia 67, SUNY Potsdam 60
Skidmore 67, Clarkson 57
RPI 49, St. Lawrence University 46



Men's Basketball
RPI 77, Clarkson 66
Skidmore 81, St. Lawrence University 56
Buffalo State 80, SUNY Potsdam 68
SUNY Plattsburgh 77, SUNY Fredonia 60
Women's Basketball
Buffalo State 71, SUNY Potsdam 47
SUNY Plattsburgh 65, SUNY Fredonia 58
RPI 56, Clarkson 41
Skidmore 63, St. Lawrence University 60



Men's Basketball
Clarkson 78, SUNY Potsdam 71
SUNY Plattsburgh 95, St. Lawrence University 79
SUNY Canton 80, Paul Smiths 73
Women's Basketball
Clarkson 69, SUNY Potsdam 54
St. Lawrence University 59, SUNY Plattsburgh 26



Men's Basketball
University of Rochester 84. SUNY Canton 51



Women's Basketball
Middlebury 53, Clarkson 49



Men's Basketball
University of Rochester 84. SUNY Canton 51



Men's Basketball
St. Lawrence University 89, SUNY Canton 78
SUNY Oswego 82, Clarkson 66
SUNY Potsdam 84, Mount Saint Mary 81
Women's Basketball
Clarkson 55, SUNY Canton 50



Men's Basketball
Skidmore 88, SUNY Plattsburgh 62



Men's Basketball
Keene State 73, SUNY Plattsburgh 66
Rick Martin Tournament
Lehman College 90, St. Lawrence 86 (consolation)
SUNY Potsdam Tournament
Clarkson 76, Green Mountain 44 (consolation)
SUNY Potsdam 85, Bridgewater 78 (championship)
Women's Basketball
St. Lawrence University 62, Husson University 42
SUNY Canton Tip Off Classic
SUNY Poly 62, SUNY Potsdam 59 (championship)
SUNY Canton 56, D'Youville 35 (consolation)
SUNY Plattsburgh Tournament
Clarkson 64, SUNY Plattsburgh 59 (consolation)



Men's Basketball
Ithaca 100,SUNY Canton 72
Rick Martin Tournament
Bowdoin College 80, St. Lawrence 74 (semifinal)
SUNY Potsdam Tournament
Bridgewater 66, Clarkson 63 (semifinal)
SUNY Potsdam 84, Green Mountain 57 (semifinal)
Women's Basketball
SUNY Potsdam 64, SUNY Canton 55
Williams College 77, St. Lawrence University 57
SUNY Plattsburgh Tournament
Univ. of New England 67, Clarkson 38 (semifinal)
Plymouth 59, SUNY Plattsburgh 53 (semifinal)



Women's Basketball
Clarkson 67, SUNY Oswego 52
Utica College 66, SUNY Potsdam 49

END OF 2016-2017 SEASON



Men's Basketball - ECAC Quarterfinal
Penn State Behrend 68, SUNY Canton 65
NCAA Division III Tournament - Opening Round
St. John Fisher 77, St. Lawrence 72



Men's Basketball - ECAC Opening Round
SUNY Canton 90, Pine Manor 86



Men's Basketball - ACAA Semifinal
SUNY Canton 69, Alfred State 65
Women's Basketball - Liberty Lg. Championship
RIT 85, Clarkson 73



Men's Basketball - Liberty League Semifinal
Union 110, St. Lawrence University 108 (2OT)
Women's Basketball - Liberty League Quarterfinal
Clarkson 75, Skidmore 63



Men's Basketball
Skidmore 93, Clarkson 78
SUNY Canton 87, SUNY Delhi 81 (OT)
Women's Basketball
Skidmore 67, Clarkson 57
SUNY Canton 56, SUNY Delhi 51



Men's Basketball
SUNY Canton 90, Villa Maria 71
SUNY Plattsburgh 92, SUNY Oneonta 82
SUNY Potsdam 84. New Paltz 82
Women's Basketball
Villa Maria 92, SUNY Canton 63
SUNY Oneonta 56, SUNY Plattsburgh 48
New Paltz 85, SUNY Potsdam 53



Men's Basketball
SUNY Oneonta 93, SUNY Potsdam 63
SUNY Plattsburgh 80, SUNY New Paltz 78
Skidmore 87, St. Lawrence University 80
Women's Basketball
Skidmore 68, St. Lawrence University 48
SUNY Oneonta 67, SUNY Potsdam 44
New Paltz 67, SUNY Plattsburgh 63



Men's Basketball
St. Lawrence University 93, Clarkson 87
Women's Basketball
Clarkson 57, St. Lawrence University 44
SUNY Potsdam 74, SUNY Canton 62



Men's Basketball
Middlebury 91, SUNY Plattsburgh 70
SUNY Canton 63, Vermont Tech 44
Women's Basketball
SUNY Canton 72, Vermont Tech 46
Middlebury 59, SUNY Plattsburgh 54



Men's Basketball
Vassar 78, Clarkson 76
St. Lawrence University 81, Bard 70
Women's Basketball
Clarkson 81, Vassar 75
St. Lawrence University 77, Bard 32



Men's Basketball
Clarkson 76, Bard 71
St. Lawrence University 88, Vassar 77,
SUNY Plattsburgh 99, SUNY Potsdam 78
SUNY Canton 66, Alfred State 63
Women's Basketball
Alfred State 76, SUNY Canton 47
Bard 46, Clarkson 76
Vassar 72, St. Lawrence University 70
SUNY Plattsburgh 46, SUNY Potsdam 41



Men's Basketball
SUNY Canton 86, SUNY Potsdam 62



Men's Basketball
SUNY Cortland 84, SUNY Potsdam 64
SUNY Oswego 77, SUNY Plattsburgh 75
Hobart 80, Clarkson 56
St. Lawrence University 83, RIT 74

Women's Basketball
Clarkson 70, William Smith 61
St. Lawrence University 79, RIT 72
SUNY Cortland 81, SUNY Potsdam 49
SUNY Oswego 51, SUNY Plattsburgh 39



Men's Basketball
SUNY Oswego 93, SUNY Potsdam 60
SUNY Cortland 80, SUNY Plattsburgh 59
Clarkson 75, RIT 59
Hobart 92, St. Lawrence University 78
Women's Basketball
RIT 78, Clarkson 63
William Smith 79, St. Lawrence University 52
SUNY Oswego 71, SUNY Potsdam 42
SUNY Cortland 75, SUNY Plattsburgh 46



Men's Basketball
SUNY Oneonta 97, SUNY Potsdam 71
Alfred State 56, SUNY Canton 38
SUNY Plattsburgh 90, New Paltz 56
St. Lawrence University 90, Union 85
Clarkson 74, RPI 65
Women's Basketball
Union College 53, St. Lawrence University 41
Clarkson 74, RPI 70
Alfred State 53, SUNY Canton 41
SUNY Oneonta 67, SUNY Potsdam 50
New Paltz 72, SUNY Plattsburgh 41



Men's Basketball
Union 71, Clarkson 54
SUNY Potsdam 73, New Paltz 68
St. Lawrence University 88, RPI 81
SUNY Plattsburgh 87, SUNY Oneonta 82
Women's Basketball
Clarkson 66, Union 58
St. Lawrence University 76, RPI 57
SUNY Oneonta 68, SUNY Plattsburgh 52
New Paltz 63, SUNY Potsdam 43



Men's Basketball
SUNY Plattsburgh 113, SUNY Potsdam 100
Skidmore 83, St. Lawrence University 66
Women's Basketball
SUNY Plattsburgh 65, SUNY Potsdam 52
St. Lawrence University 54, Skidmore 51



Men's Basketball
Clarkson 86, RIT 65
SUNY Canton 79. SUNY Delhi 71
SUNY Brockport 92, SUNY Potsdam 62
St. Lawrence University 91, Hobart 73
Women's Basketball
Clarkson 80, RIT 77
William Smith 64, St. Lawrence University 57
SUNY Delhi 71, SUNY Canton 51
SUNY Brockport 56, SUNY Potsdam 52



Men's Basketball
Hobart 73, Clarkson 55
SUNY Geneseo 80, SUNY Potsdam 60
St. Lawrence University 78, RIT 68
Villa Maria 82, SUNY Canton 80
Women's Basketball
William Smith 61, Clarkson 58
SUNY Geneseo 58, SUNY Potsdam 36
RIT 63, St. Lawrence University 53
Villa Maria 89, SUNY Canton 54



Women's Basketball
St. Lawrence University 66, Keuka 40



Men's Basketball
SUNY Oswego 86, SUNY Potsdam 76
SUNY Canton 72, SUNY Morrisville 55
Clarkson 52, Bard 51
St. Lawrence University 97 Vassar 79
Women's Basketball
Clarkson 78, Bard 19
SUNY Morrisville 99, SUNY Canton 53
Vassar 58, St. Lawrence University 40
SUNY Potsdam 68, SUNY Oswego 64



Men's Basketball
Clarkson 76, Vassar 60
St. Lawrence University 88, Bard 67
SUNY Cortland 82, SUNY Potsdam 56
SUNY Canton 68, Albany Pharmacy 50
Women's Basketball
SUNY Canton 51, Albany Pharmacy 44
Vassar 64, Clarkson 61
St. Lawrence University 101, Bard 43
SUNY Cortland 71, SUNY Potsdam 45



Women's Basketball
SUNY Canton 67, Maine-Presque Isle 53



Men's Basketball
Skidmore 77, Clarkson 69
St. Lawrence University 68, SUNY Oswego 63
Women's Basketball
Fisher College 60, SUNY Canton 55
Skidmore 60, Clarkson 46



Men's Basketball
SUNY Canton 101, St. Josephs 67
Women's Basketball
St. Josephs 58, SUNY Canton 45



Men's Basketball
Clarkson 75, Union 73 (OT)
SUNY Fredonia 70, SUNY Potsdam 61
SUNY Canton 89, Vermont Tech 46
Women's Basketball
Union 57, Clarkson 41
SUNY Fredonia 73, SUNY Potsdam 47
SUNY Canton 78, Vermont Tech 51



Men's Basketball
RPI 62, Clarkson 54
SUNY Brockport 79, St. Lawrence University 73
Buffalo State 91, SUNY Potsdam 62
Women's Basketball
Clarkson 68, RPI 47
Buffalo 66, SUNY Potsdam 49



Men's Basketball
SUNY Plattsburgh 80, Trinity CT 107
Clarkson 111, St. Lawrence University 105 (2OT)
SUNY Canton 83, Harrisburg 66
Women's Basketball
Clarkson 58, St. Lawrence University 41



Men's Basketball
Franklin and Marshall 85, SUNY Canton 56



Men's Basketball
St. Lawrence University 76, RPI 63
Women's Basketball
St. Lawrence University 69, RPI 48



Men's Basketball
St. Lawrence University 75, Union 63
DePauw 70, SUNY Canton 69
Women's Basketball
Union 69, St. Lawrence University 60



Men's Basketball
SUNY Canton 74, Drew University 72 (OT)
Women's Basketball
Penn State Brandywine 68, SUNY Canton 44



Men's Basketball
Nazareth 87, SUNY Potsdam 79
Old Westbury 83, SUNY Canton 71



Men's Basketball
SUNY Morrisville 77, Clarkson 58
SUNY Geneseo 88, SUNY Potsdam 78
Women's Basketball
Clarkson 64, Houghton 51
SUNY Poly 84, SUNY Canton 42
SUNY Geneseo 62, SUNY Potsdam 37



Men's Basketball
Houghton 86, SUNY Canton 79
SUNY Brockport 95, SUNY Potsdam 59
SUNY Geneseo 86, SUNY Plattsburgh 71
Women's Basketball
SUNY Brockport 63. SUNY Potsdam 57



Women's Basketball
St. Lawrence University 67, SUNY Canton 57



Women's Basketball
Middlebury 54, Clarkson 40



Men's Basketball
Clarkson 74, SUNY Potsdam 59
SUNY Canton 67, Utica 65
Women's Basketball
St. Lawrence University 73, SUNY Potsdam 63



Women's Basketball
SUNY Canton 56, Bard 37



Men's Basketball
SUNY Canton 77, Sage 74
Buffalo State 91, SUNY Potsdam 67
Women's Basketball

Houghton 59, SUNY Canton 43
Buffalo State 70, SUNY Potsdam 63
Williams College Tournament
Tufts 75, Clarkson 32
Williams 50, St. Lawrence University 49



Men's Basketball
St. Lawrence University 104, Ithaca 70
SUNY Fredonia 79, SUNY Potsdam 59
Women's Basketball

SUNY Fredonia 86, SUNY Potsdam 55
Williams College Tournament
Williams College 66, Clarkson 49
Tufts 63, St. Lawrence University 42



Men's Basketball
Clarkson 95, SUNY Canton 75



Men's Basketball
St. Lawrence University 91, SUNY Plattsburgh 73
Women's Basketball
Clarkson 69, SUNY Potsdam 48
SUNY Oswego 71, SUNY Canton 46
SUNY Plattsburgh 56, St. Lawrence University 50



Men's Basketball
SUNY Canton 99, D'Youville 90
Hamilton Invitational
Clarkson 77, Colby College 59 (consolation)
Women's Basketball
D'Youville 82, SUNY Canton 63



Men's Basketball
St. Lawrence University 95, SUNY Canton 81
Hamilton Invitational
Hamilton 96, Clarkson 92 (semifinal)



Men's Basketball
SUNY Oswego 72, Clarkson 71
Women's Basketball
Clarkson 53, SUNY Canton 35



Men's Basketball
North Country Invitational
SUNY Potsdam 85, St. Joseph's-Brooklyn 68
Clarkson 78, Gordon 67 (championship)
SUNY Oswego Invitational
SUNY Oswego 83, SUNY Canton 75 (championship)
Ken Wright Memorial Tournament at Amherst
Amherst College 90, St. Lawrence 68 (championshp)
Women's Basketball
Hartwick Tournament
SUNY Oneonta 74, Clarkson 61 (semifinal)


Men's Basketball
SUNY Plattsburgh 126, Elms 101
SUNY Oswego Invitational
SUNY Canton 85, Elmira 77
North Country Invitational at Clarkson
Clarkson 79, St. Josephs-Brooklyn 60
Gordon 87, SUNY Potsdam 72
Ken Wright Memorial Tournament
St. Lawrence University 74, Johnson & Wales 63
Women's Basketball
SUNY Potsdam 63, SUNY Canton 41
Ithaca 81, St. Lawrence University 54


Men's Basketball
SUNY Plattsburgh 84, Clarkson 68
St. Lawrence University 88, SUNY Potsdam 84
Women's Basketball
Clarkson 63, SUNY Oswego 46
Utica College 67, SUNY Potsdam 52
Keuka 79, SUNY Canton 34
SUNY Plattsburgh 61, Norwich 47


END OF 2015-2016 SEASON



Men's Basketball - ECAC Regional Semifinal
Fitchburg 84, SUNY Plattsburgh 81
Women's Basketball
NCAA Tournament Opening Rd. - at Univ Rochester

Stockton 60, Clarkson 59



Men's USCAA Basketball Playoffs - Consolation
SUNY Canton 70, Berea College 55



Men's USCAA Basketball Playoffs - Opening Rd.
Concordia-Alabama 70, SUNY Canton 66



Men's Basketball
Liberty League Championship
Skidmore 72, St. Lawrence 68
Women's Basketball
Liberty League Championship

Clarkson 65, RIT 63