Women's Lacrosse: SUNY Canton Beaten in ECAC Region Quarterfinal

S.L.U. Men Drops Semifinal Heartbreaker in OT; Clarkson Beaten

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ST. LAWRENCE saints fall in overtime to union 12-11

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Union’s Daniel Caiola (17) dashes past St. Lawrence University midfielder Cam Mullins (7) as he storms his way to the Saints goal. The Saints took an early 4-1 lead over the Dutchmen. However, Union began a comeback only trailing by two at halftime and eventually an overtime victory over St. Lawrence 12-11 to advance to face RIT for the Liberty League final Sunday. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

St. Lawrence players AJ Schmidt (8) and Kersey Reed (16) go after the ball against SUNY Plattsburgh’s Joey Kromer (4). The Cardinals went on a 5-0 scoring run to close out the game and downed the Saints 11-7.   The Cardinals improve to 8-3, while SLU is  5-5. (Jason Aubrey photo) Game Gallery

May 1: Conor Healey scored for the St. Lawrence University Men's Lacrosse team on a diving shot into the upper corner of the goal with 25 seconds left in the fourth quarter to tie the score at 11-11 but Union College scored 3:15 into the overtime period for the 12-11 victory Friday afternoon in a Liberty League Tournament semifinal game on North Country Field at Hall-Leet Stadium in Canton.  The win for Union (13-3) advanced them to the championship game Sunday in Rochester against RIT who posted a 17-4 victory over Clarkson in the other tournament semifinal game.  The loss to Union in Canton was the first since 1994 ending a 12-game win streak for the Saints (9-8) over Union at home.  Union scored first less than two minutes into the contest but St. Lawrence answered with four consecutive goals including two in man-up situations to take a 4-1 lead. Charlie Jennings and Jeremy Vautour had back-to-back man-up goals in a span of 1:18 before Jon Fairbanks and Tommy Hovey added even strength goals to give the Saints a 4-1 lead. Union trimmed the lead to a goal with a late score in the first quarter and the first goal of the second quarter. The teams traded goals for the rest of the first half as Andrew Jarrett and Jennings added goals for St. Lawrence as the Saints took a 6-4 lead into the halftime intermission. The teams continued to trade goals with each scoring twice in the third quarter. Healey and Hovey scored for the Saints and St. Lawrence held the two-goal advantage into the final quarter. Union scored its only man-up goal to start the final quarter and Wil Burchenal answered four minutes later for a 9-7 St. Lawrence lead. Union rallied with a pair of goals in a span of 35 seconds to knot the score at 9-9. Burchenal scored again at the 3:32 mark on a pass from Luke DiLisio as St. Lawrence took the 10-9 lead. Less than a minute later, Union tied the score again and with 1:31 left in the fourth quarter added another goal for the late lead. After winning the ensuing faceoff, Union turned the ball over and St. Lawrence moved up the field on the attack.  St. Lawrence fired a pair of shots wide of the goal and with 38 seconds left to play, the Saints called a time out to draw up the final shot. Fairbanks took a shot that was wide of the goal but Healey picked up the loose ball and came from behind the goal, dove and fired a shot into the upper corner to tie the game and force the overtime period. Healey, Hovey, Jennings and Burchenal all scored two goals each and Fairbanks had a goal and two assists for the Saints. Caleb Kane led the St. Lawrence defense with three groundballs and caused four turnovers.

April 22: Senior Tommy Hovey scored his 39th goal of the season as a Clarkson penalty expired in the third period to give St. Lawrence University's men's lacrosse team a two-goal lead over the arch-rival Golden Knights and SLU went on to a 8-6 win in a Liberty League game at Hall-Leet Stadium Wednesday afternoon. The Saints improve to 9-6 overall and 5-1 in the Liberty League clinching a league tournament spot heading into a game at national number one and Liberty League leader RIT, 15-0, 6-0 on Saturday. Clarkson 6-7 and 3-3 in league play is tied with RPI for the fourth and final playoff spot and hosts Bard on Saturday. The Saints will be making their 11th post-season tournament appearance in the 12-year history of the league. Clarkson goalie Nick Strandholm kept his team in the game, making 18 saves, several of them spectacular ones as the Saints had an overall 44-22 edge in shots attempted and a 26-13 margin in shots on goal. "It was a typical Clarkson-St. Lawrence rivalry game," said Saint coach Mike Mahoney. "Both teams played extra hard and their goalie had an exceptional game. Our guys hung in there and made the plays we needed down the stretch." The Saints grabbed an early 5-2 lead, but Strandholm and the post denied some great scoring chances and the Knights battled back into it. Hovey's 38th of the season put the Saints up 5-2 with 4:28 to go in the quarter, but Ryan St. Croix scored his 25th of the year for Clarkson with 2:57 to play and Ryan DaRin scored his 16th with 1:08 to go to make it a 5-4 game after one. Strandholm stuffed everything that came his way in the second quarter, making seven saves and St. Croix scored his second of the game with 5:51 to go in the half as the two teams hit intermission tied at 5-5. Saint senior middie Charlie Jennings scored his 10th of the year to put the Saints back on top 1:22 into the second half and Hovey made it a two-goal Saint lead as he scored a man-up goal exactly a minute after Clarkson's only penalty of the game, converting from Jeremy Vautour before the penalized player could retake the field. Matthew Gold cut the Saint lead to 7-6 with 9:31 to go in regulation, but the Saints worked the clock and got a big goal from junior middie Charlie Duprey with 2:15 to play to give them a two-goal cushion. "I thought our faceoff unit had an excellent day…" Mahoney added. The Saints won 13 of 18 draws in the game, the bulk of them by Alec Dietsch and had a 18-11 edge in ground balls. Jack Roberts and Steel White were key contributors on defense, Roberts with three caused turnovers and White with two. Goalie Nick Ford won his fourth of the year with seven saves. "I am really proud of our guys, coming off an emotional loss on Saturday. They got right back on the horse and competed hard from start to finish today," Mahoney said.


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Clarkson midfielder Jamie McBurney (21) battles for possession of the ball with a St. Lawrence University attacker. The Golden Knights came back from an early two goal defecit to tie the game 5-5 but fell to the Saints 8-6. ( Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Clarkson’s Alex Kober (24) looks for an open shot, but had his salvo blocked by strong defense of SUNY Potsdam’s Kyle Hauk (2) and Nick Waseleski (36) to keep the game a close 4-3 battle near the end of the second quarter. The Golden Knights rallied in the second half to defeat the Bears 8-4. (Cody Jenne photo) GGame Gallery

May 1: Playing the top-rated team in the country in the semifinal round of the Liberty League Tournament made for a long day for the Clarkson University Lacrosse team on Friday afternoon as the Golden Knights fell to RIT 17-4 in Rochester. The Golden Knights, who were making their third appearance in the conference tournament over the past four years, closed out the 2015 campaign with a 7-8 overall record.  Clarkson would match the Tigers early, tying score at 1-1 with sophomore Ryan St. Croix's goal three minutes in, but the Tigers close out the first quarter with three straight goals to make it 4-1 after the opening 15 minutes. RIT then scored the first three goals in the second quarter to build a 7-1 advantage with nine minutes remaining in the half before the Green and Gold would get on the scoreboard again with a tally from senior Jack Dowst with 2:08 left to put halt to the Tigers' six-goal run. Freshman Sam Groves scored the Knights' third goal to open the second half, but once again RIT went on a lengthy run with eight straight goals to seal its 17th straight win. The Tigers scored four in the third quarter to hold an 11-3 lead through 45 minutes and then outscored Clarkson 6-1 in the final frame to seal the win at home. Senior Corey Herrington rounded out Clarkson's goal scorers. RIT outshot Clarkson 46-20 and controlled ground balls 40-18.  Senior Dylan Broomfield picked up a team-high four ground balls for the Knights. Sophomore Nick Strandholm posted 15 saves for Clarkson. Ryan Lee led all scorers with five goals and one assists for the Tigers. RIT will now host Union in Sunday's Liberty League Tournament Championship game.

April 22: After battling St. Lawrence to a 5-5 tie through the first half, the Clarkson University Lacrosse team came up just short over the final 30 minutes against the Saints, suffering an 8-6 loss in Canton on Wednesday afternoon. The Golden Knights, who stand at 6-7 overall and 3-3 in the Liberty League, will strive to lock up a conference playoff berth on Saturday when they close out the regular season hosting Vassar in a 1:00 p.m. start at Hantz Turf Field. Clarkson behind a solid defensive outing, backstopped by a career-high 18 saves from sophomore goaltender Nick Strandholm, held the high-powered St. Lawrence (9-6, 5-1) offense in check for most of the game, but the Saints were able to score three key goals in the second half to pull out the win. St. Lawrence held a 5-4 edge after the opening 15 minutes, but Clarkson tied the game with sophomore Ryan St. Croix's second goal of the day late in the second quarter. The Saints outscored the Knights 2-0 in third, including the lone man-up goal of the game by Tommy Hovey with 3:57 remaining in the quarter for a 7-5 lead through 45 minutes. Senior Matthew Gold tallied Clarkson's lone goal of the second half with 9:31 remaining in the fourth quarter to pull the Knights to within one at 7-6. St. Lawrence, however, sealed the home win with Charlie Duprey's goal with 2:15 left. St. Croix led Clarkson up front with two goals and one assist. St. Lawrence outshot the Knights 44-22 and controlled ground balls 18-11. Seniors Mark Nortz and Dylan Hrebenach, and sophomore Ryan DaRin scored one goal apiece for Clarkson. Junior Austin Case picked up a team-high three ground balls. 

plattsburgh men claim win past t. lawrence saints 11-7

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St. Lawrence players AJ Schmidt (8) and Kersey Reed (16) go after the ball against SUNY Plattsburgh’s Joey Kromer (4). The Cardinals went on a 5-0 scoring run to close out the game and downed the Saints 11-7.   The Cardinals improve to 8-3, while SLU is now 5-5. (Jason Aubrey photo) Game Gallery

April 1: Plattsburgh State junior attackman Brendan Damm scored four goals and assisted on a fifth, leading the Cardinals to a 11-7 NCAA Division III lacrosse victory over St. Lawrence University in a game played at Canton College on Wednesday. The Cardinals, now 8-4 on the season, snapped a two-game win streak for the Saints who were coming off an upset win over third-ranked Union College on Saturday. SLU fell to 5-5 on the season heading into a Liberty League road game at Vassar on Saturday. The Saints stayed close as sophomore Conor Healey, who was named the USILA Division III North Offensive Player of the Week for his performance in wins over Geneseo and Union had a goal and set up four others, but the Cardinals took a 7-6 lead with 2:30 left in the third period which started a run of five unanswered goals and a 11-6 Plattsburgh lead with 4:20 to go in the game. Connor Brimley scored with eight seconds left for the 11-7 final. The two teams were tied at 2-2 after one and Plattsburgh had a 6-5 lead at the half on Jack Felter's 24th goal of the year with 20 seconds to go in the second period. Jon Fairbanks tied it for the Saints at 7:30 of the third with his fourth off Healey's assist, but Damm and James Read had two goals each and Read added an assist in the 5-0 Plattsburgh run which put the game away. Saint goalie Andrew Butturini had 13 saves while Plattsburg's Matt Massaria made 12 stops. Plattsburg was one for five in man up opportunities while the Saints were scoreless in two tries and the Cardinals finished with a 34-29 edge in shots and a 25-15 margin in ground balls. Plattsburgh's Joey Kromer helped his team to 15 faceoff wins in 22 opportunities. In addition to Healey's five point outing, Jeremy Vautour had two goals, Luike DiLioso had a goal and an assist and Charlie Duprey had a goal to join Fairbanks and Brimley in the scoring column.

March 28: Taking part in his final State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC) opener, Plattsburgh State men's lacrosse senior Jack Felter notched five goals to lead the Cardinals in a 10-6 triumph over The College at Brockport at Kenny Shriver Stadium on Saturday afternoon.   Felter, who hails from Binghamton, N.Y., led the charge in the Cardinals' scoring attack while Mike Gay blasted in a pair of goals of his own as Plattsburgh State improved to 7-3 and 1-0 in SUNYAC play. The Golden Eagles, meanwhile, drop to 4-5 and 0-1 in conference play.   For all but 2:57, Plattsburgh State maintained the lead in the SUNYAC opener for both clubs and after Clifton Jackson began the scoring 1:36 in, Felter netted his first of the day off a pretty feed from Austin Belz to knot the score at one apiece.   That got the Cardinals' offense humming and after a score from Gay and Ryan Hubbard's tally from Brendan Damm the visitors opened up a 3-1 edge on their western New York rivals.   Brockport responded with a pair of goals through the final 5:20 of the first quarter which sent the teams to the short intermission knotted at three each.   It didn't take too long for the Cardinals to maneuver back on top as Damm gave the visitors a lead they would never surrender with a score off an assist from Matt Renko 1:59 into the second frame. Gay and Felter would each sling in another in the next 6:10 to push the Plattsburgh State lead to 6-3.   The Golden Eagles put a scare into the Cardinals when John Countryman and Casey Cleary found the back of the net in the final 4:25 of the second to pull within 6-5 heading to the halftime break.   James Read figured into exactly 100-percent of the offense in the third quarter when the senior ripped in an unassisted goal with 10:16 remaining in the 15-minute stanza.   From there, Felter took center stage in the fourth by racking up three consecutive scores in the first 8:44 of the final quarter to put the Plattsburgh State win on ice. Marcus Palvino registered a man-up tally with 1:43 to go, but the Golden Eagles pulled no closer thanks to another splendid effort between the pipes from Matt Massaria. The junior stopped 12 shots in the win and moves his record to 7-3.   A multitude of infraction by the Golden Eagles allowed the Cardinals to gain a whopping 11 attempts on the man advantage. For the game, Plattsburgh State finished 3-for-11 while playing with an extra man.   Joey Kromer won nine of his 19 face off opportunities and scooped up four ground balls to tie with Andy Krolczyk for the team lead. Brockport outshot the Cardinals 38-31.   One final road game stands between the Cardinals and their return to the Field House Lacrosse Complex.

SUNY Plattsburgh’s Mike Sapone (29) of Saranac Lake, NY gets off a point-blank shot that was saved by Clarkson netminder Ryan Cole (15).  (Eric Foote photo)   Game Gallery

POTSDAM MEN surge in third for win over kangaroos 18-9

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SUNY Potsdam’s Eric Sonderquist (10) fires a shot that slips past SUNY Canton goalie Corey Spuck (13) to score the ninth goal of the game for the Bears midway through the second quarter.  The Roos scored two goals late in the quarter to chip away at the lead.  SUNY Potsdam pulled away for the 18-9 win. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

SUNY Potsdam’s Gyle Dominy (24) formerly from Colton-Pierrepont, fends off three Clarkson defenders to maintain possession of the ball after a wild pass at midfield.  The Golden Knights rallied in the second half scoring four unanswered goals to defeat the Bears 8-4 in non-conference action. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

April 1: Junior midfielder Matt Kennedy (Clay, N.Y./Cicero-North Syracuse) scored a career-high four goals and added an assist as the SUNY Potsdam men's lacrosse team (5-3) hammered SUNY Canton (0-7) 18-9 for its fifth win in six games. SUNYAC Player of the Week and ECAC Rookie of the Week Eric Soderquist (Watertown, N.Y./Watertown) finished with two goals and two assists and junior attackman Ed Doherty (Amherst, N.Y./Amherst) contributed three goals.   Potsdam put the game out of reach in the opening quarter. The Bears scored five of the first six goals and then closed the first 15 minutes on a 4-0 run for a 9-2 lead. Kennedy scored three times during the onslaught, while junior captain Pat Bonafede (Churchville, N.Y./Churchville-Chili), sophomore attack Berkley Stone (Madison, Conn./Daniel Hand) and Doherty each added two goals.   After Canton's Cam Carter opened the scoring in the second quarter, Potsdam got three of the next four. Soderquist scored at 8:44. Doherty completed the hat trick at 5:57 with a helper from Soderquist and Kennedy got his third just 12 seconds before the half.   Sophomore attackman Joe Hayes (Black River, N.Y./Carthage) made it 13-4 Potsdam at 10:30 of the third. Carter and Chris Gamble got the next two for the Roos, but senior captain Jon Woodworth (Great Bend, N.Y./Carthage) set up Soderquist at 1:15. The Bears led 14-6 after 45 minutes.   At the 11:50 mark of the final quarter, freshman midfielder Nick Orsini (Fairport, N.Y./Fairport) found the back of the net for his second collegiate goal. Canton's Garrett DiTullio scored the Roos seventh marker of the game at 9:46 and Gamble notched his third almost two minutes later. Potsdam reeled off the next three in a row. Sophomores Casey Boulio (Carthage, N.Y./Carthage), Michael Roukous (Dexter, N.Y/General Brown) and Ryan Conway (Queensbury, N.Y./Queensbury) each scored their first of the year to give the Bears their largest lead of the game at 18-8. Canton's Devin Gruneisen closed the scoring with 22 seconds left.   In goal, Potsdam sophomore Jack Bezek (Webster, N.Y./Webster Thomas) earned his first collegiate victory with three saves in the first half. Junior Jackson Corcoran (Rochester, N.Y./Churchville-Churchville-Chili) stopped two shots in the next 18:51. In his first college action, freshman Alex Uhlein (Rochester, N.Y./Aquinas) completed the game with three saves in the final 11:09. Corey Spuck went the distance for the Kangaroos, finishing with 13 saves.   The Bears dominated Canton in shots (58-24) and ground balls (58-28). Potsdam was 0-for-5 on the man advantage and the Roos went 0-for-1.   The Bears three faceoff specialists stood out tonight. Junior Brandon Grace (Penn Yan, N.Y./Penn Yan) went 8-of-12. Sophomore Lucas Canino (Highland, N.Y./Highland) was 7-of-9 and freshman Marc Leveroni (Ballston Lake, N.Y./Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake) was 9-of-10.   Potsdam faces its toughest test of the season on Saturday, when the Bears travel to Cortland to face the 15th-ranked Cortland Red Dragons at 3:30 p.m.

March 31: Clarkson University (4-4) broke a 4-4 tie in the third quarter en route to an 8-4 victory over the SUNY Potsdam men's lacrosse team (4-3) on Tuesday afternoon at Hantz Field. Bears junior goalie Pete Gropp (Fairport, N.Y./Fairport) made a career-high 20 saves and sophomore attackman Berkley Stone (Madison, Conn./Daniel Hand) scored twice. Corey Herrington scored three goals for the Golden Knights and Matthew Gold added a goal and two assists.   Reigning SUNYAC Player of the Week, freshman Eric Soderquist (Watertown, N.Y./Watertown) got Potsdam on the board first with an unassisted marker at 8:33. Two minutes later Gold tied the score with a man-up goal. With 43 seconds left in the opening quarter, Herrington found the back of the net to make it 2-1 Clarkson.   Herrington notched his second of the day on the man-advantage at 7:17 of the second 15 minutes. Just 42 seconds later, Bears senior captain Jon Woodworth (Great Bend, N.Y./Carthage) broke Potsdam's drought to close the gap to 3-2. Herrington completed his hat trick at 4:32. It looked as if the Bears would head into the break down two, but Stone struck on a feed from junior captain Pat Bonafede (Churchville, N.Y./Churchville-Chili) with seven seconds left.   Woodworth set up Stone four and a half minutes into the third quarter and the game was even at 4-4. Clarkson outshot the Bears 14-4 in the quarter, but Gropp turned aside 11 of the Golden Knights' attempts. However, Dylan Hrebenach scored what proved to be the game-winner at 9:33. Clarkson led 5-4 after 45 minutes.   The Golden Knights scored three times in the first seven and a half minutes of the fourth quarter. Ryan St. Croix struck at 14:12, Mark Nortz at 13:38 and Mark Uhlig closed the scoring at 8:35. Potsdam was unable to gain any ground after the run.   Clarkson goalie Nick Strandholm made 11 saves to earn the victory.   The Golden Knights outshot the Bears 37-23 and picked up 34 ground balls to Potsdam's 26. The Bears were 0-for-2 in extra-man opportunities and Clarkson was 2-for-5.   With his performance, Gropp now leads the SUNYAC in goals-against-average (5.70) and save percentage (.692)  

potsdam's quick attack nets 18-9 win over kangaroos

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SUNY Potsdam’s Eric Sonderquist (10) fires a shot that slips past SUNY Canton goalie Corey Spuck (13) to score the ninth goal of the game for the Bears midway through the second quarter.  The Roos scored two goals late in the quarter to chip away at the lead.  SUNY Potsdam pulled away for the 18-9 win. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

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

April 1: Cam Carter (Colonie, NY) and Chris Gamble (Carthage, NY) each found the back of the net three times but visiting SUNY Potsdam earned an 18-9 victory on Wednesday evening in Canton.   The visitors scored the first two goals of the game but SUNY Canton got on the board on Gamble's 11th of the season 2:12 into the game. Carter got the Roos (0-7) within 5-2 on his third of the season midway through the first quarter.   The Bears (5-3) closed the opening period strong scoring the final four goals of the stanza. Carter would add his second of the game and Ryan Cardiff (Albany, NY) caged his 11th of the season as Potsdam led 12-4 at intermission.   Carter and Gamble slotted back-to-back scores 2:43 apart to get the Roos within 13-6 but that was as close as they would get en route to the 18-9 final. Garrett DiTullio (Potsdam, NY) and Devin Gruneisen (Potsdam, NY) netted fourth quarter goals for the hosts, while Gruneisen also picked up a team-best six ground balls.   Corey Spuck (Rochester, NY) stopped 13 shots for the Roos, while Jack Bezek turned aside three shots in 30 minutes of play to earn the win. Jackson Corcoran and Alex Uhlein came on in relief for the Bears.   The men's lacrosse team is back in action next Tuesday when it travels to take on Wells College at 4:00 p.m.

March 28: The SUNY Canton men's lacrosse team was unable to overcome an early deficit dropping a 16-3 road contest to host Utica College on Saturday afternoon.   Zack Stevenson scored twice for the Pioneers (6-2) to give the hosts a 2-0 lead after one quarter. Utica would strike six times in the second stanza to take a commanding 8-0 lead into intermission. Corey Spuck (Rochester, NY) stopped 12 shots in the opening 30 minutes for the Roos (0-6).   SUNY Canton got on the board 23 seconds into the fourth quarter on Ryan Cardiff's (Albany, NY) ninth goal of the season. He would add his second of the game two minutes later and Chris Gamble (Carthage, NY) netted his 10th of the season for the 16-3 final.   Spuck finished with 18 saves in goal for SUNY Canton, while Andrew Fiske (Winthrop, NY) replaced him making two stops in the final period. Andrew DiOrio, Kobi Johnson and Parker Smith all saw action between the pipes for Utica.   Devin Gruneisen (Potsdam, NY) posted a game-high six ground balls, while Taylor Mustizer (Adams, NY) tallied a team-high three caused turnovers. Gruneisen and Tony Carden (Franklin, MA) each earned four wins in the faceoff circle.

NCSN College Lacrosse Scoreboard


Women's Lacrosse
ECAC Mid Atlantic Quarterfinals
Lebanon Valley 13, SUNY Canton 5



Men's Lacrosse - Liberty League Semifinals
(#1) RIT 17, (#4) Clarkson 4
(#3) Union 12, (#2) St. Lawrence University 11 (OT)



Men's Lacrosse - SUNYAC Semifinal
(#2) SUNY Plattsburgh 15, (#3) SUNY Potsdam 7



Men's Lacrosse
SUNY Canton 18, Houghton 6



Men's Lacrosse
Clarkson 15, Vassar 11
SUNY Oneonta 14, SUNY Potsdam  13
RIT 18, St. Lawrence 12

Women's Lacrosse
Fredonia 9, SUNY Potsdam 6
Vassar College 14, Clarkson University 8
St. Lawrence 17, Bard College 4


FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 2015

Women's Lacrosse
Clarkson University 19, Bard College 6



Men's Lacrosse
St. Lawrence 8, Clarkson 6
SUNY Plattsburgh 16, SUNY Potsdam 11
Women's Lacrosse
SUNY Canton 16, Bard College 1



Men's Lacrosse
SUNY Canton 12, Medaille 5
Women's Lacrosse

SUNY Potsdam 15, SUNY Oswego 10



Men’s Lacrosse
Rensselaer 10, St. Lawrence 8
Clarkson 14, Bard College 5
SUNY Potsdam 16, SUNY Brockport 7
SUNY Plattsburgh 18, SUNY Oswego 10
Women’s Lacrosse
William Smith 11, St. Lawrence 10
Union College 13, Clarkson 6
SUNY Geneseo 16, SUNY Potsdam 4


FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 2015

Women’s Lacrosse
Union 10, St. Lawrence 9
William Smith 10, Clarkson 6



Women’s Lacrosse
SUNY Canton 15, Alfred University 6



Men's Lacrosse
SUNY Plattsburgh 14, Clarkson 10
SUNY Oswego 7, SUNY Canton 2



Men's Lacrosse
SUNY Potsdam 16, SUNY Oswego 5

Women's Lacrosse

SUNY Oneonta 14, SUNY Potsdam 8


SUNDAY, APRIL 12, 2015

Women's Lacrosse
Elmira 16, SUNY Canton 7



Men's Lacrosse
Clarkson 14, Skidmore 7
St. Lawrence 18, Bard 3
SUNY Cortland 15, SUNY Plattsburgh 9
Alfred State 10, SUNY Canton 7
Women's Lacrosse
Skidmore 10, Clarkson 8
St. Lawrence 9, RPI 7
SUNY Brockport 18, SUNY Potsdam 6
SUNY Canton 21, Wells College 2


FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 2015

Women's Lacrosse
RPI 14, Clarkson University 7
Skidmore 14, St. Lawrence University 13 (2OT)



Men's Lacrosse
SUNY Canton at Johnson State, postponed
Women's Lacrosse
SUNY Potsdam 10, SUNY Canton 9



Men's Lacrosse
SUNY Oneonta 11, SUNY Plattsburgh 10
SUNY Oswego at SUNY Potsdam postponed
Clarkson at St. Lawrence, postponed



Men's Lacrosse
SUNY Canton 12, Wells 8
Women's Lacrosse
SUNY Canton 13, Clarkson 11
SUNY Potsdam 17,  New Paltz 12



Men's Lacrosse
Union 13, Clarkson 6
St. Lawrence 20, Vassar 9
SUNY Cortland 11, SUNY Potsdam 8
SUNY Plattsburgh 16, SUNY Geneseo 6
Women's Lacrosse
SUNY Potsdam 17, SUNY Morrisville 6
SUNY Canton 19, Keuka 9



Women's Lacrosse
SUNY Canton 15, Houghton 10



Men's Lacrosse
SUNY Plattsburgh 11, St. Lawrence 7
SUNY Potsdam 18, SUNY Canton 9
Women's Lacrosse
Clarkson 13, St. Lawrence 12



Men's Lacrosse
Clarkson 8, SUNY Potsdam 4
Women's Lacrosse
SUNY Cortland 19, SUNY Potsdam 5


SUNDAY, MARCH 29, 2015

Women's Lacrosse
RIT 9, St. Lawrence 8
SUNY Canton 17, SUNY Morrisville 8



Men's Lacrosse
SUNY Plattsburgh 10, SUNY Brockport 6
Clarkson 11, Rensselaer 9
Utica College 16, SUNY Canton 3
SUNY Potsdam 8, SUNY Geneseo 7
St. Lawrence 7, Union College 4
Women's Lacrosse
Buffalo State 12, SUNY Potsdam 8
Clarkson 8, University of Rochester 7
St. Lawrence at RIT, postponed till Sunday


FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 2015

Women's Lacrosse
RIT 6, Clarkson 4
University of Rochester 7, St. Lawrence 4



Men's Lacrosse
SUNY Cortland 5, Clarkson 4
Castleton State 6, SUNY Canton 5 (OT)
SUNY Plattsburgh 15, Bowdoin 6
Women's Lacrosse
St. Lawrence University 15, SUNY Potsdam 11
SUNY Oswego 14, SUNY Canton 13



Men's Lacrosse
SUNY Potsdam 13, SUNY Morrisville 5
St. Lawrence 18, SUNY Geneseo 6


SUNDAY, MARCH 22, 2015

Women's Lacrosse
Wilkes 19, SUNY Canton 14



Men's Lacrosse
SUNY Potsdam 11, Kean 7
RIT 16, Clarkson 7
St. Lawrence 14, Skidmore 6

Cazenovia 13, SUNY Canton 4
SUNY Plattsburgh 25, Mount St. Mary 4

Women's Lacrosse
SUNY Canton 18, SUNY Poly 10
SUNY Geneseo 14, St. Lawrence 5
SUNY Potsdam at Medaille, canceled



Men's Lacrosse
SUNY Potsdam 14, Castleton 3



Men's Lacrosse
Springfield 15, St. Lawrence University 11
Women's Lacrosse
SUNY Fredonia 16, St. Lawrence University 5
Clarkson 12, Concordia 4
SUNY Canton at SUNY Potsdam, ppd. to April 9



Men's Lacrosse
Nazareth 9, Clarkson 5
Women's Lacrosse
Clarkson 12, Stevenson 8
Bowdoin 14, St. Lawrence University 3


MONDAY, MARCH 16, 2015

Men's Lacrosse
Western New England 16, St. Lawrence Univ. 13



Men's Lacrosse
Utica 6, SUNY Potsdam 4
SUNY Poly 8, SUNY Canton 7
Clarkson 14, St. John Fisher 0
SUNY Plattsburgh 14, Western Connecticut 11
Women's Lacrosse
Utica 10, SUNY Potsdam 6
SUNY Canton 17, Cazenovia 8



Women's Lacrosse
Clarkson 13, SUNY Potsdam 12 (OT)
SUNY Brockport 17, St. Lawrence University 9



Men's Lacrosse
Farmingdale State 12, SUNY Canton 4
SUNY Plattsburgh 13, SUNY Morrisville 5



Men's Lacrosse
Middlebury 13, St. Lawrence University 11
Women's Lacrosse

Clarkson 11, SUNY Oswego 10



Men's Lacrosse
SUNY Plattsburgh 16, Widener 7



Men's Lacrosse
Albright 13, SUNY Potsdam 12



Men's Lacrosse
SUNY Plattsburgh at Kean, postponed



Women's Lacrosse
Muhlenberg 16, SUNY Potsdam 10
Keuka at SUNY Canton, postponed



Women's Lacrosse
SUNY Potsdam 14, Eastern 9
Utica 12, Clarkson 10



Men's Lacrosse
Middlebury 10, SUNY Plattsburgh 6



Women's Lacrosse
St. Josephs-LI 10, SUNY Potsdam 9



Men's Lacrosse
SUNY Geneseo 11, Clarkson 7



Men's Lacrosse
SUNY Morrisville 17, SUNY Canton 6



Men's Lacrosse
RPI 12, SUNY Plattsburgh 8




ECAC Women's Mid-Atlantic Quarterfinals
Lebanon Valley 20, SUNY Canton 11


FRIDAY, MAY 2, 2014

Men’s Lacrosse - Liberty League Semifinal
RIT 19, St. Lawrence University 9



Men’s Lacrosse - SUNYAC Semifinals
SUNY Plattsburgh 11, SUNY Potsdam 6



Men’s Lacrosse
SUNY Geneseo 7, SUNY Potsdam 6
Clarkson 14, Vassar 7
SUNY Plattsburgh 18, SUNY Brockport 11
RIT 19, St. Lawrence University 12
Women’s Lacrosse
Buffalo 15, SUNY Potsdam 7
RPI 18, Clarkson 3


FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 2014

Men’s Lacrosse
Keuka 23, SUNY Canton 10
Women’s Lacrosse
Skidmore 10, Clarkson 9
RPI 18, St. Lawrence University 4



Women's Lacrosse
SUNY Canton 20, Wells College 6



Men’s Lacrosse
SUNY Potsdam 10, SUNY Oswego 6
SUNY Plattsburgh 22, SUNY Oneonta 4



Men’s Lacrosse
SUNY Canton 15, Wells College 9
Women’s Lacrosse
SUNY Cortland 18, SUNY Potsdam 5



Men’s Lacrosse
SUNY Canton 13, SUNYIT 7
RPI 11, St. Lawrence University 10
Clarkson 7, Bard 4
SUNY Potsdam 12, SUNY Oneonta 10
Women’s Lacrosse
Vassar 7, St. Lawrence University 5
Clarkson 18, Bard 6
SUNY Potsdam 12, SUNY Fredonia 11 (OT)


FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 2014

Men’s Lacrosse
SUNY Plattsburgh 9, Clarkson 7
Women’s Lacrosse
St. Lawrence University 21, Bard 4
Vassar 18, Clarkson 11



Men’s Lacrosse
SUNY Oswego 21, SUNY Canton 6
St. Lawrence University 10, SUNY Potsdam 5
Women’s Lacrosse
St. Lawrence University 10, Clarkson 8
SUNY Oswego 13, SUNY Potsdam 6
SUNY Canton 15, SUNYIT 5



Men’s Lacrosse
RPI 11, SUNY Plattsburgh 10


SUNDAY, APRIL 13, 2014

Men’s Lacrosse
SUNY Canton at Johnson State, postponed
Women’s Lacrosse
SUNY Canton 14, Elmira 13



Men’s Lacrosse
Skidmore 11, Clarkson 9
SUNY Potsdam 10, College at SUNY Brockport 8
SUNY Plattsburgh 16, SUNY Oswego 11
Cazenovia 16, SUNY Canton 12
Women’s Lacrosse
SUNY Canton 20, Colby-Sawyer 5
SUNY Geneseo 19, SUNY Potsdam 9


FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 2014

Women’s Lacrosse
SUNY Oswego 14, Clarkson 5
SUNY Geneseo 11, St. Lawrence University 7



Men’s Lacrosse
St. Lawrence University 13, Clarkson 7
SUNY Potsdam 8, SUNY Plattsburgh 7
Women’s Lacrosse
SUNY Potsdam 19, SUNY Morrisville 15



Women’s Lacrosse
SUNY Canton 13, Clarkson 11
SUNY Oneonta 11, SUNY Potsdam 10



Men’s Lacrosse
St. Lawrence University 13, Vassar 8
Neumann 19, SUNY Canton 6
SUNY Potsdam 16, Castleton State 4
SUNY Cortland 11, SUNY Plattsburgh 10
Women's Lacrosse
St. Lawrence University 8, Rochester 5
Clarkson 9, RIT 4
SUNY Brockport 19, SUNY Potsdam 11



Women's Lacrosse
St. Lawrence University 11, RIT 9
Rochester 8, Clarkson 4



Men's Lacrosse
SUNY Plattsburgh 16, St. Lawrence University 12
Women's Lacrosse
SUNY Canton 17, Green Mountain College 2



Men’s Lacrosse
Clarkson 11, SUNY Oswego 9
SUNY Potsdam 17, SUNY Canton 5
Women’s Lacrosse
SUNY New Paltz 15, SUNY Potsdam 14 (OT)



Men’s Lacrosse
Union 13, St. Lawrence University 10
RPI 9, Clarkson 8 (OT)
SUNY Cortland 15, SUNY Potsdam 3
Women’s Lacrosse
SUNY Canton 21, Cazenovia 4
William Smith 12, Clarkson 7
Union 17, St. Lawrence University 12
SUNY Plattsburgh 12, SUNY Geneseo 11


FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 2014

Women’s Lacrosse
Union 15, Clarkson 4
William Smith 8, St. Lawrence University 6



Men’s Lacrosse
SUNY Potsdam 11, Utica College 8
Women’s Lacrosse

RIT 13, SUNY Potsdam 12
SUNY Oswego 9, SUNY Canton 8



Men’s Lacrosse
St. Lawrence University 8, SUNY Geneseo 7
Women’s Lacrosse
SUNY Potsdam 16, Concordia University 11


MONDAY, MARCH 24, 2014

Men’s Lacrosse
SUNY Morrisville 14, SUNY Canton 2



Men’s Lacrosse
St. Lawrence University 9, Skidmore 6
Bard 12, SUNY Canton 7
Kean 7, SUNY Potsdam 5
RIT 18, Clarkson 8
SUNY Plattsburgh 11, Scranton 7
Women’s Lacrosse
SUNY Canton 18, Medaille 6


FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 2014

Women’s Lacrosse
SUNY Potsdam 10, SUNY Canton 8



Women’s Lacrosse
St. Lawrence University 12, SUNY Potsdam 7
Clarkson 17, University of St. Joseph 0



Men’s Lacrosse
Connecticut College 8, SUNY Plattsburgh 7
SUNY Potsdam 5, SUNY Morrisville 3
SUNY Canton 13, Medaille 12
Clarkson 12, Wesleyan University 9



Men's Lacrosse
St. Lawrence University 14, Middlebury 7
Women's Lacrosse
Clarkson University 15, UMass Dartmouth 7



Men’s Lacrosse
SUNY Canton 22, Lyndon State 3
SUNY Plattsburgh 9, Haverford 7
Clarkson 9, SUNY Geneseo 8


FRIDAY, MARCH 14, 2014

Women's Lacrosse
SUNY Fredonia 12, St. Lawrence University 7
SUNY Canton 19, Houghton 6
SUNY Potsdam at SUNY Morrisville, ppd. to 4/9



Men’s Lacrosse
Ithaca 7, St. Lawrence University 6
Women’s Lacrosse
Washington College 17, St. Lawrence University 10
Wilkes University 18, SUNY Canton 11



Men’s Lacrosse
Clarkson 9, SUNY Potsdam 8
SUNY Plattsburgh 13, SUNY Morrisville 7
Women’s Lacrosse
Keuka College 11, SUNY Canton 9
Utica College 13, Clarkson 11



Men's Lacrosse
SUNY Canton 16, Alfred State 11
SUNY Plattsburgh 15, Western Connecticut State 8



Men's Lacrosse
Clarkson 12, SUNY Brockport 7
St. Lawrence University 10, Nazareth 9
SUNY Potsdam 21, Alfred State 1
Castleton State 11, SUNY Canton 3
Women's Lacrosse
Clarkson 10, Keuka 8
Utica College 7, SUNY Potsdam 6



Men's Lacrosse
SUNY Plattsburgh 8, Kean 5
Women's Lacrosse
SUNY Potsdam 10, Clarkson 8
SUNY Brockport 14, St. Lawrence University 6



Men's Lacrosse
SUNY Cortland 12, Clarkson 3
SUNY Oswego at St. Lawrence University, ppd.
Women's Lacrosse
SUNY Canton at Keuka, postponed



Men’s Lacrosse
SUNY Potsdam 8, Skidmore 7 (OT)
St. Lawrence University 15, Babson 4
SUNY Morrisville at SUNY Canton, postponed



Men's Lacrosse
SUNY Plattsburgh 17, Norwich 3


NCSN Women's College Lacrosse


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SUNY Potsdam's Bailey Weigel (6) skies for a loose ball against New Paltz’s Lianne Valdiva (7) and Kelsey Healy (22).  Potsdam led 9-8 at the half, before scoring three goals to start the second half.  The Bears went on to beat the Hawks 17-12. (Jason Aubrey photo) Game Gallery
SUNY Potsdam goalie Devan Olschewske (32) and teammate Katie Putman (1) scoop a loose ball the crease as Morrisville's  Shelby Wood (9) tries to snag the ball.  The Bears won the game 17-6.  Potsdam gets their second on the season, now at 2-7 overall.  (Jason Aubrey photo)  Game Gallery

SUNY Cortland’s Kristen Ohberg (21) takes a shot on goal past SUNY Potsdam defender Brittany Blake (7) and goalie Elise Camilleri (28) to score the 14th goal of the game for the Red Dragons.  An early scoring run sprung SUNY Cortland past the Bears 19-5 in SUNYAC action. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

April 9: Senior attack Bailey Weigel (East Amherst, N.Y./Williamsville East) scored the game-winning goal with 27 seconds left as the SUNY Potsdam women's lacrosse team (4-7) completed its 10-9 comeback victory over SUNY Canton (7-3) on Thursday afternoon. Weigel finished with three goals and an assist and junior attack Bri McClusky (Watertown, N.Y./Immaculate Heart) contributed a goal and three assists. Senior captain Margaret Wall (Rochester, N.Y./Aquinas) scored twice for the 100th and 101st points of her career. Sophomore goalie Devan Olschewske (Canandaigua, N.Y./Canandaigua) made 11 saves, including nine in the second half to help the Bears to their third straight win.   The teams cautiously felt each other out over the opening five minutes, but Kangaroos sophomore midfielder Hannah Christiansen (Lake View, N.Y./Frontier) broke the stalemate with a goal at 24:32. McClusky set up sophomore attack Michaela Cole (Parishville, N.Y./Parishville-Hopkinton) 24 seconds later to tie the score. At 21:42, McClusky gave Potsdam its first lead at 2-1 with an assist from sophomore midfielder Murphy Newman (Canton, N.Y./Berkshire School). Christiansen answered with two straight, the first on free position at 20:11, and the Roos were back up 3-2 at 18:27. McClusky set up Weigel nearly four minutes later to tie the game at three all.   Canton junior midfielder Robyn Carroll (Bowmanville, Ontario/St. Stephens) and Bears sophomore midfielder Alyssa Ferenczy (Williamsville, N.Y./Williamsville South) traded the next two goals, before the Roos closed the half on a 3-1 run. Canton sophomore attack Katelynn Nutter (Carthage, N.Y./Carthage) started the run and Carroll scored the final two. Wall reached the 100-point plateau on a pretty pass from sophomore attack Katie Lapinski (Canton, N.Y./Hugh C. Williams) at 5:50 and Potsdam trailed 7-5 at the break.   Chritiansen scored her fourth of the game 1:55 into final half and the Bears were down three goals and on the ropes. Fortunately, Olschewske raised her game when her teammates needed her most. Carroll picked up the ensuing draw control and went straight for the goal. Olschewske shut her down and then did it again a minute later. She then picked up the ground ball and started a successful clear that resulted a Newman goal to close the gap to 8-6. Weigel assisted on the play. Four minutes later, Olchewske stymied Canton's leading scorer Tressa Goolden (Canton, N.Y./Hugh C. Williams) and Weigel capitalized with a free-position goal to get the Bears within one. Olschewske stopped Carroll again with just over 18 minutes remaining, and Newman tied the game at 17:24 with a man-down, free-position attempt.   The teams went at each other without scoring for the next 12 minutes, largely due to excellent goaltending at both ends of the field. Olschewske racked up four more saves during the stretch including a stop of Carroll on a free position. Canton sophomore goalie Becca Kieffer (Lee Center, N.Y./Rome Free Academy) was nearly as good, recording two saves and a stop of Weigel on a free position.   It was Wall who finally broke the draw on a pass from McClusky with 6:28 left, but the Kangaroos weren't done. After another Kieffer save, Carroll connected with Nutter to get the Kangaroos even with 5:35 to play. Olschewske stopped a Goolden free position at 4:29 and Kieffer returned the favor for sophomore defender Hannah Keggins (Watertown, N.Y./Watertown) at 2:58. Kieffer made one final save with a minute to go, but with 27 seconds remaining, Weigel fought her way through crowd and fired the ball into the top of the net for the decisive tally. Keggins scooped up the final draw control and ran out the clock.   Kieffer finished with a game-high 12 saves.   The Bears topped the Kangaroos in shots (32-23), ground balls (22-14) and draw controls (14-7).   Potsdam is back in action when the Bears host Brockport at 12:30 p.m. on Saturday. The Potsdam will honor seniors Wall, Weigel, Emily Petit (Queensbury, N.Y./Queensbury), Katie Putnam (Chittenango, N.Y./Chittenango) and Cheyenne Lazore (Akwesasne, N.Y./Salmon River) for Senior Day prior to the game.

March 31: Fifth-ranked SUNY Cortland (7-1, 2-0 SUNYAC) won its fourth in a row with a 19-5 victory over the SUNY Potsdam women's lacrosse team (1-7, 0-2) on Tuesday afternoon at Maxcy Turf Field. Red Dragons junior midfielder Ashley Gentile (Balwinsville, N.Y./C.W. Baker) had a game-high four goals and sophomore attack Kristen Ohberg (Brewster, N.Y./Brewster) had a contest-best five points on two goals and three assists. Junior attack Bri McClusky (Watertown, N.Y./Immaculate Heart) led the Bears with a goal and an assist.   Cortland opened the contest with a 9-0 run over the first 14 minutes. The stretch included two goals each from Gentile, and fellow midfielders Tara Monaghan (Stoney Point, N.Y./North Rockland), Nicole Bello (Camillus, N.Y./West Genesee) and Emma Hayes-Hurley. McClusky set up sophomore midfielder Murphy Newman (Canton, N.Y./Berkshire School) to get Potsdam on the board at 14:58. The Red Dragons closed the half with a 5-1 run, with Bears senior captain Margaret Wall (Rochester, N.Y./Aquinas) scoring on an assist from sophomore midfielder Alyssa Ferenczy (Williamsville, N.Y./Williamsville South) with 18 seconds left in the half. Cortland led 13-2 at the break.   Potsdam opened the second half with goals from sophomore attack Michaela Cole (Parishville, N.Y./Parishville-Hopkinton) at 22:01 and McClusky at 20:53. However, the Red Dragons wrapped up the game with a 6-1 run as time wound down. The Bears final goal was ESPN highlight quality. Senior captain Emily Petit (Queensbury, N.Y./Queensbury) forced a Cortland turnover behind Potsdam's goal and scooped up the ground ball. She then sprinted the length of the field through a sea of red and beat Red Dragon junior goalie Liz Ingalls (Centerport, N.Y./St. Anthony's) with a low rocket.   In goal, Bears sophomore Devan Olschewske (Canandaigua, N.Y./Canandaigua) made 11 saves. Cortland sophomore Jaclyn Beshlian (Wantagh, N.Y./Wantagh) earned the victory with four saves and two goals allowed in the first half. Ingalls allowed three goals in the final 30 minutes.  


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SUNY Canton’s Kelsey Murray looks to clear the ball up the field. The Roos beat Clarkson 13-11 in their only meeting of the season.  Canton improved to 7-2, having now won the last four games in a row.  (Jason Aubrey photo)  Game Gallery
SUNY Canton’s Samantha Peacock (8) is surrounded by Keuka defenders Keri Dempsey (19) and Kailey Mitchell (13) as she tries to push the ball up the field. The Roos went on to beat the Wolfpack 19-9. Canton improved to 6-2 overall after winning their third straight. (Jason Aubrey photo) Game Gallery

SUNY Canton’s Megan Poupore (23) fires on goal, but the shot scooped away Houghton defenders Ashley Popp (7) and Brooke Turner (15) after being deflected by Highlanders' goalie Kourtnie Franklin (99).  The Kangaroos fell behind early then went on a 6-0 run to claim victory over the Highlanders. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

April 9: Bailey Weigel netted her third goal of the game with just 27 seconds left scoring the game-winner to lift SUNY Potsdam to a 10-9 win against the women's lacrosse team on Thursday.   Hannah Christiansen (Lake View, NY) led the Roos with four goals, while Robyn Carroll (Bowmanville, ON) added three goals and one assist. Katelynn Nutter (Carthage, NY) added the other two goals for SUNY Canton (7-3).   Christiansen scored the first three Roo goals giving SUNY Canton a 3-2 lead midway through the first half. SUNY Canton scored four of the final six goals of the half as Carroll netted three to give the visitors a 7-5 lead intermission.   The Bears (4-7) scored four unanswered goals to take a 9-8 lead with 6:28 remaining. Nutter knotted the game at 9-9 with 5:35 remaining off a pass from Carroll in transition. Both teams were unable to find the back of the net until Weigel caged the game-winner with 27 seconds left.   Becca Kieffer (Lee Center, NY) stopped 12 shots including multiple free-position attempts to keep the Roos in the game. Devan Olschewske turned aside 11 shots for the Bears.   The women's lacrosse team is back in action on Saturday when they host Wells College at 2:00 p.m.

April 2: Senior captain Tressa Goolden (Canton, NY) had a hand in 11 different goals as the women's lacrosse team earned a 15-10 victory against visiting Houghton College on Thursday evening.   Both teams got off to a slow start offensively as the visitors opened the scoring 4:13 into the game on Elizabeth Westwood's 15th goal of the season. Goolden answered with her 32nd goal of the season just 11 seconds later to tie the game at one. Robyn Carroll (Bowmanville, ON) netted the Roos next three goals as the game was tied at four with 8:24 remaining in the opening half.   Four different players scored for the Roos in the final 2:54 of the half as they rattled off the final five goals of the half to take an 8-4 lead into intermission. Goolden posted two goals and four assists, while Carroll added four goals and a helper in the opening 30 minutes.   The teams traded a pair of goals in the opening four minutes of the second stanza but SUNY Canton would tally five of the next six goals to take a commanding 15-7 lead en route to the five goal victory.   Lora Ardoin tallied a game-high 9 ground balls and a team-best four caused turnovers. Goolden had a monster game with five goals and six assists, while Carroll finished with four goals and two assists. Megan Poupore (Massena, NY) recorded a hat trick and Lora Ardoin (Houston, TX) registered two goals and one assist.   Ardoin posted a game-high nine ground balls to go with a team-best four caused turnovers. Goolden finished with a game-high seven draw controls.   The Roos (5-2) controlled shots on goal (33-18) and ground balls (36-27), while Houghton (4-5) held a slim 14-13 edge in draw controls. SUNY Canton was effective with its clear game going 15-for-18 on clear attempts, while the Highlanders were just 13-for-32.   Becca Kieffer (Lee Center, NY) turned aside eight shots in goal for SUNY Canton, while Kourtnie Franklin made 18 saves for Houghton.

golden knights women fall behind early, lose to rpi 14-7

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Clarkson’s Taylor Collins (3) rifles a shot past Rensselaer goalkeeper Erin Amarello (35), but the shot misses to the left of the net. The Engineers were clicking on all cylinders in the first half as they jumped out to a 9-3 halftime advantage. The Golden Knights battled back to within four, but RPI held on to beat Clarkson 14-7. (Drew Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery
Clarkson’s Paige Fayette (24) advances the ball up the field during action against SUNY Canton.  The Golden Knights came up short  in their comeback attempt 13-11. Clarkson is now 7-3 on the season. (Jason Aubrey photo) Game Gallery
St. Lawrence’s Kiera Taussig (2) and  teammate Michaela Maybee (7) go after a loose ball against Clarkson’s Mollie Simmons (18). The Golden Knights rallied from a three-goal deficit and scored with 28 seconds remaining to edge the Saints 13-12.  SLU led most of the game, following a 6-1 surge in the first half. (Jason Aubrey photo) Game Gallery

Clarkson’s Emma Jeffery (9) handles the ball as she looks for a teammate late in Thursday’s game against their rivals from SUNY Potsdam.  Clarkson was able to squeak out a 13-12 win in overtime .  (Brock Simons photo) Game Gallery

April 10: A dominant first half from Rensselaer was too much for the Clarkson University Women's Lacrosse team as the Golden Knights fell 14-7 on Friday afternoon at Hantz Turf Field. Clarkson falls to 7-4 on the season with a 2-2 Liberty League record while RPI is now 5-4 and holds a 3-1 conference record. The Engineers struck first, opening the scoring at 26:28, followed by junior Emma Jeffery (Baldwinsville, NY) tying the score with a goal at 25:50. RPI scored the next two goals to take a 3-1 lead, before sophomore Ashley Flick (Watertown, NY) scored at 20:21 to make it 3-2. However, other than a goal by sophomore Paige Fayette (Theresa, NY) at 7:41, the rest of the half belonged to RPI. They scored six of the final seven goals of the half and took a commanding 9-3 lead into the break. Fayette scored her second goal to open the second half and freshman Taylor Collins (Syracuse, NY) followed with a goal of her own to make it 9-5. That would be as close as the Green and Gold got though, as RPI rang up five straight goals to make it 14-5. Sophomore Kate Dillon (St. Albans, VT) and senior Emma Oliver (Jericho, VT) scored for Clarkson in the closing minutes to make the final score 14-7. Clarkson was outshot 23-21 and RPI also held a 16-14 advantage in ground balls. Junior goalkeeper Danielle Tani (Heuvelton, NY) made two saves in the first half and junior goalkeeper Courtney Quinn (Hinsdale, MA) made three in the second half. Fayette led the team with two goals and junior Christine Wright (Watertown, NY) had three assists. Collins had a team-high three ground balls with juniors Hanna Gleason (Massena, NY)  and Mallory Fisher (Potsdam, NY) scooping up two apiece. Clarkson will return to action Saturday afternoon when they host Skidmore for a 3:00 pm game. 

April 1: Five straight goals in the last 10 minutes lifted the Clarkson University Women's Lacrosse team to a 13-12 victory over rival St. Lawrence on Wednesday afternoon at Hantz Turf Field. It was the first time in team history that the Golden Knights prevailed over the Saints. Clarkson is now 7-2 overall and 2-1 in the Liberty League while St. Lawrence falls to 2-7 with a 0-3 Liberty League Record. Clarkson would score the first two goals with sophomore Paige Fayette (Theresa, NY) scoring the first of her five goals, followed by a goal from sophomore Ashley Flick (Watertown, NY). St. Lawrence would score the next two goals to tie the game up. Junior Emma Jeffery (Baldwinsville, NY) scored a man-up goal at 19:37 to regain the lead, but the Saints scored the next four goals to take a 6-3 lead. Consecutive goals by Jeffery and Fayette made the score 6-5, but St. Lawrence scored the last two goals of the half to take an 8-5 lead into the break. Flick scored the first goal of the second half to make it 8-6, but St. Lawrence scored three straight goals to make it 11-6, the largest lead of the game. Fayette fired in a free position goal at 15:10 and sophomore Kate Dillon (St. Albans, VT) followed with a goal of her own at 14:38. St. Lawrence scored 15 seconds later to make it 12-8, but that would be the last goal the Saints scored. Fayette scored her fourth goal at 10:15 and then junior Christine Wright (Watertown, NY) scored at 8:48. Freshman Taylor Collins (Syracuse, NY) scored at 5:55 to draw the Green and Gold within one goal. They finally were able to tie the game on a Wright free position goal at 1:02. After controlling the ball off the draw, Clarkson was able to find Fayette who was fouled with less than 30 seconds left. Her free position shot found the back of the net for her fifth and final goal of the game. It would prove to be the winner as the Saints were unable to get a shot off in the final 28 seconds. Wright led the team with six points on two goals and four assists with Fayette right behind her with five points, all on goals. Junior goalkeeper Danielle Tani (Heuvelton, NY) finished with 10 saves. Collins led the team with three ground balls and Tani also scooped up a pair. The Golden Knights were outshot 28-20, but held an 18-11 advantage in groundballs. The win was not the only celebration for the Golden Knights as earlier in the day head coach Bennett Gaebel's son, Jack Bennett Gaebel, was born.

ST. LAWRENCE WOMEN falls in overtime to skidmore in  14-13

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St. Lawrence University's Kiera Taussig (2) fights for a loose ball with a Skidmore midfielder and gains possession early in the first half. The Saints battled back to tie the game 13-13 and send tit into overtime. Skidmore scored the game-winning goal in the second overtime to defeat the St. Lawrence women 14-13. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

St. Lawrence University’s Greta Massey (18) and SUNY Potsdam’s Bailey Weigel (6) battle for the ball on a faceoff.  The game was tied 7-7 late in the first half.  The Saints pulled ahead in the second half to beat the Bears 15-11. (Brock Simons photo)  Game Gallery

April 10: Junior Chloe Knapp scored three goals including two in the second half as the St. Lawrence University Women's Lacrosse team came back from a six-goal deficit to tie the score and force overtime before Skidmore scored the game-winner in the second overtime period for a 14-13 Liberty League victory Friday afternoon on Weeks Field at Leckonby Stadium in Canton.  Skidmore (8-3 Overall, 3-1 Liberty League) scored six consecutive goals after St. Lawrence (2-8, 0-4) had jumped out to an early lead with a goal by sophomore Tori Smith 4:36 into the contest.  Knapp stopped the Skidmore scoring streak with the first of her three goals on the day with 9:50 left in the first half. The Thoroughbreds added two more goals before the end of the period to take an 8-2 lead into the halftime intermission.  Junior Jill Carleton scored the first of five consecutive Saints goals 57 seconds into the second half. Knapp added her second of the game and  junior Michaela Maybee scored the first of two goals followed by a pair of Kara Hurley goals as St. Lawrence trimmed the lead to 8-7.  The teams traded goals over the next six minutes with Knapp and Abigail Owens scoring for the Saints before St. Lawrence pushed ahead with three straight goals. Maybee, Julia Mitiguy and Ashley Norris each scored to give the Saints a 12-11 lead with 3:30 left in the second half.  Less than a minute later, Skidmore tied the score at 12-12 and had a chance to take a lead late in the game but Nicole Adee caused a turnover and the teams ended regulation play tied. Near the midpoint of the first overtime period, Owens scored to give the Saints the 13-12 lead with 16 seconds left before the teams traded ends for the second half of the first overtime session. Skidmore controlled the draw and rushed up the field scoring 11 seconds later and the teams were tied a 13-13 before changing ends.  Skidmore's leading scorer Tyler Phillips had two shots including one on a free position attempt but Saints goalie Adden Cunningham made a huge save to keep the score tied. St. Lawrence had a pair of shots late in the first overtime session with both going wide of the goal and the teams moved to the second overtime period with a three-minute sudden victory overtime period.  Maybee had a good shot early in the second overtime that was saved. After a pair of turnovers, Skidmore's Spencer Morgan, who finished with five goals, netted a free position shot to end the game. Morgan and Phillips had five goals each for Skidmore. Knapp led St. Lawrence with three goals while Hurley, Maybee and Owens had two goals each. Mitiguy had a goal and an assist and also led the Saints with five draw controls. Cunningham ended up with 12 saves for her sixth game with double-digit saves this season.

April 1: Clarkson University came from four goals down in the final 14 minutes to earn its first-ever win over St. Lawrence University13-12 in a Liberty League women's lacrosse game on Hantz Field in Potsdam on Wednesday. St. Lawrence, which had won 39 straight against Clarkson prior to Wednesday's game, led 12-8 on Jacqueline Sovie's goal with 14:23 to play in the game, but Christine Wright and Paige Fayette brought Clarkson back. Wright's first goal of the game cut the Saint lead to 12-10 with 8:48 to go and after Taylor Collins made it a 12-11 game with 5:55 to play, Wright scored her second of the day with 1:02 to play on a free position shot to tie the game at 12-12. Fayette then won the draw and scored her fifth of the game on a free position shot with 28 seconds left for the game winner. Clarkson improved to 7-2 on the season and is now 2-1 in league play. The Saints, 2-7 on the season and 0-3 in Liberty League play, trailed 2-0 early, but came back to take a 4-3 lead on Chloe Knapp's third of the game with 16:16 left in the first half. Kiera Taussig scored two goals 33 seconds apart to give the Saints an 8-5 halftime lead. Taussig led the Saints with four goals and Knapp had three goals and an assist. Kara Hurley, Abigail Owens and Kayla Schmalz joined Sovie with single goals while Michaela Maybee had a goal and an assist. Addie Cunningham made six saves for the Saints while Clarkson goalie Dani Tani had 10 saves. St. Lawrence outshot Clarkson 28-20 and won 14 of 27 draws. Clarkson had 12 turnovers to seven for the Saints while Clarkson had 18 ground balls and the Saints 11. Both teams had five free position shots. The Saints are now off until April 10-11 when they host Skidmore and Rensselaer in a Liberty League set.