Women's Lacrosse: SUNY Canton Win North Atlantic Conference Championship!

NAC Champion SUNY Canton Falls To Brockport in NCAA Opener

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2ND HALF WOES DOOM suny canton IN NAC CHAMPIONSHIP

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An overhand shot by SUNY Canton’s Hunter Olsen (20) ripples the side of the net, giving the Roos a 3-1 lead in the first quarter. Canton gained a 5-3 lead at the end of the first frame, but faded to a 6-6 tie at the half.  Eight straight goals by New England in the third period sparked a 17-8 win in the North Atlantic Conference title. (Sam Wangerin photo)

A SUNY Oswego attacker dashes toward the SUNY Canton goal looking for a way past Kangaroos' defender Brandon Rodee (16) and goaltender Kody Kocsis (15) early in the first quarter. The Lakers stormed past SUNY Canton in an 18-6 victory.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

SUNY Canton midfielder Tucker Anislie (34) breaks through two Cazenovia defenders to regain possession of the ball at mid field midway through the first quarter. The Kangaroos jumped to a 4-1 lead early in the first quarter. The Wildcats staged a -comeback bringing the game to 7-5 at the half. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

May 4: Hunter Olsen finished with a team-best six points but a strong second half carried visiting New England College to its fourth straight North Atlantic Conference (NAC) Championship, 17-8, on Saturday.  SUNY Canton jumped out to a 5-3 lead after the opening quarter behind three goals and an assist from Olsen in the opening 15 minutes. With the hosts leading 6-4 with just more than six minutes remaining New England College scored twice over the final 5:31 as the teams headed to intermission tied at 6-6 in a highly entertaining first half. The Pilgrims scored the first nine goals of the second half spanning early into the fourth quarter, running off 11 straight scores overall to open up a 15-6 advantage 23 seconds into the final frame. Josh Yelvington and Noah Robinson broke the scoring drought with back-to-back tallies 48 seconds apart but NEC earned the victory. Olsen paced the hosts with three goals and three assists, while Robinson finished with two goals and two assists. Yelvington recorded two goals and an assist. Connor Smith led the Pilgrims with six goals and one assists and Reilly Parker posted three goals and four assists. Patrick Storie chipped in two goals and three assists, while Charles Hacking added a goal and two assists. Austin Frankel went 16-for-22 in the X and picked up a game-best 12 ground balls. Kody Kocsis made a season-high 23 saves in the loss including 11 in the first half while allowing just six first-half goals. William Platt turned aside 12 shots in the victory. Reilly Parker was named the Tournament's Most Valuable Player, joining Smith, Frankel and Connor Smith on the All-Tournament Team. Yelvington, Olsen and Brandon Schmidt earned spots on the All-Tournament Team for SUNY Canton.  This concludes the Roos 2019 season. NEC earns the NAC's automatic qualifier to the 2019 NCAA Men's Lacrosse Championship.

NAC Men's Lacrosse All-Tournament
NEC – Reilly Parker (MVP)
NEC – Connor Fries
NEC – Connor Smith
NEC – Austin Frankel
SUNY Canton – Hunter Olsen
SUNY Canton – Brandon Schmidt
SUNY Canton – Josh Yelvington
Dean – Anthony Trasacco
Dean – Alex Govoni
Delhi – Nick Dower
Delhi – Matt Miceus

April 27: Senior Josh Yelvington set a number of single-season and career program records as the SUNY Canton men's lacrosse team earned a 15-11 win v. Dean College to earn a berth in the North Atlantic Conference (NAC) Championship. The Roos, the No. 1 NAC seed, will host New England College (NEC) next Saturday in the championship game. NEC, the New England Collegiate Conference's No. 1 seed defeated SUNY Delhi, the NAC No. 2 seed, 12-3. Yelvington scored six goals and added an assist on Saturday as he now owns the Roos D-III era single-season records for both goals (48) and points (70). The senior also moved into first place in the record books with 116 career goals and 153 career points. The Roos jumped out to a 4-2 lead after the opening quarter behind three goals and an assist from Yelvington. Canton held an 11-5 shots on goal advantage over the opening 15 minutes. SUNY Canton continued to control play in the second half as they took an 8-4 lead into intermission. The hosts held a 19-11 shots on goal advantage. Yelvington led all players with four goals and an assist, Jacob Facey had two goals and an assist and Hunter Olsen and Noah Robinson recorded a goal and assist each. Louis Piccolo paced the Bulldogs with a pair of goals. Canton held an 11-4 lead in the third quarter but Dean scored three of the next four goals to get within 12-7 after three quarters. The Bulldogs trimmed the lead to 12-8 and 13-9 in the fourth quarter but Canton would not allow the lead to get any closer than four. Yelvington led all players with seven points and six goals. Olsen also recorded a hat trick and added an assist. Andrew Garrett totaled two goals and two assists, while Facey and Robinson had two goals and an assist each. Nick Walberger won 16 faceoffs and picked up a game-high 10 ground balls. Eli Kocsis recorded eight ground balls in the midfield, while Blaze Benedict caused a game-best four caused turnovers to go with three ground balls. Kody Kocsis made 13 saves in the win, while Alex Govoni turned aside 17 shots in the loss. Anthony Trasacco totaled five goals and an assist for the Bulldogs, while Brody Fredericks dished out a game-best five assists. Louis Piccolo also recorded a hat trick and Juniel Jordan found the back of the net twice. The Roos held the upper hand in shots on goal (32-24), ground balls (55-34) and faceoff wins (18-11).

s.l.u. men fall to union in overtime thriller 12-11

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Union’s Hayden Frey (33) blasts a shot past St. Lawrence University defender Jordan Eicholz (4) goaltender Alex Terry to score the Dutchmen's second goal of the game to take a 2-1 lead in the second quarter.  Kieran McGovern scored 55 seconds into sudden-victory overtime giving Union a 12-11 win. (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

St. Lawrence University’s Mike Donnelly (6) fires the ball over the left shoulder of Clarkson goalie Kevin Dyckman (43) to score the first goal of the game for the Saints early in the first period. The Golden Knights and the Saints battled to a 5-5 tie at the half, before S.L.U. pulled off a nail-biting 11-10 victory in Canton. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

April 13: Kieran McGovern scored 55 seconds into overtime to lift the 17th-ranked Union Dutchmen to a 12-11 win over the No. 18 St. Lawrence University men's lacrosse team in Liberty League action on Saturday at North Country Field. Senior Conor Caffrey scored three goals and added two assists to lead the Saints with five points and surpass 100 career point mark for the Scarlet and Brown. Junior Mike Donnelly also scored three goals and picked up two ground balls, while Jack Hennessey scored two goals and assisted on two others. Ben Murtagh, Harrison Koch and Guthrie Little each scored once for the Saints. Owen Manley and Tyler Burns each caused three turnovers, while Saints' goalkeeper Alex Terry and Zachary Prime each grabbed five ground balls. Union opened scoring with a man-up goal from Keaton McCann, but was matched with a goal from junior Mike Donnelly to tie the game 1-1 after the first 15 minutes of play. The Dutchmen scored three unanswered goals to build a 4-1 lead with 7:28 remaining in the second. Mark Mahoney fed Jack Hennessey to close the gap to two, but the Dutchmen struck twice more to take a 6-2 lead. Caffrey notched back-to-back goals, closing the gap back to two before halftime. The Saints fired off four straight goals after the break to take a 8-6, but three unanswered tallies from the Dutchmen put Union back up 9-8. Hennessey fed Donnelly to give the Saints an 11-10 edge with 3:56 to play, but Keaton McCann knotted the game at 11 with 2:30 to play. McGovern ended the game at 3:05 of overtime. Hayden Frey led the Dutchmen with three goals and an assist, while McCann and McGovern each scored three goals. Michael Sands tallied two goals, while Kerry Lyne added one. Alex Newhouse went 13-for-20 at the faceoff dot and grabbed a team-high seven ground balls, while three different members of the Union squad each caused one turnover. Terry made eight saves for the Saints, while Jack Santilli finished with 11 saves for Union. Union outshot the Saints 40-36, but the Saints edged the Dutchmen 22-20 in shots on goal. Union converted on 2-for-5 man-up opportunities, while the Saints went 2-for-4. St. Lawrence fell to 10-2 overall and 3-2 in conference play, while Union improved to 10-1 and 4-0. After today's game, the Saints honored the class of 2019 – Nick Brindisi, Zach Ettinghausen, Owen Manley, Conor Caffrey, Jordan Eichholz, Alec Georgiadis and David Jennings.

April 10: Junior Mike Donnelly scored four goals to lead the 18th-ranked St. Lawrence University men's lacrosse team to an 11-10 win over Route-11 rival Clarkson in Liberty League action under the lights at North Country Field on Wednesday night. Zachary Prime, a USILA Team of the Week selction, once again dominated at the faceoff dot for the Saints, going 15-for-23. Prime also scored one goal and grabbed a career-high 12 ground balls. Jack Hennessey notched a goal and two assists, while Conor Caffrey and David Jennings each recorded one goal and one assist. Harrison Koch, Patrick Abad and Garret Glasgow also scored for the Saints, with Abad's goal marking the first of his career for the Scarlet and Brown. Owen Manley caused three turnovers and grabbed two ground balls, while Brian Gannon recorded two ground balls and two caused turnovers. Clarkson struck first and built a quick 2-1 lead over the Saints with 6:58 to play in the first quarter. Glasgow recorded his third goal of the season to force a 2-2 tie after 15 minutes of play. Prime scored off the opening faceoff and Donnelly added his 28th of the year, putting the Saints up 4-2, but the Golden Knights rattled off three goals and Zachary Ettinghausen found Caffrey for a third for the Saints, leading to a 5-5 tie at halftime. The Scarlet and Brown outscored the Golden Knights 5-1 in third, including a man-up goal from Harrison Koch and a man-down goal from Donnelly, to take a 10-6 lead heading into the final frame. Jennings put the Saints up 11-6 with an unassisted tally, but Clarkson forged ahead, scoring four unanswered goals to bring the game within one. Saints' goalkeeper Alex Terry shut down Marcus Lavarnway with 13 seconds to play and the Golden Knight's nearly scored on a last second opportunity, but the Saints held on to record their eighth consecutive victory over Clarkson. Billy Bergan led the Golden Knights with three goals, while Conor Bartlett and Pierce Currie each scored twice. Evan Burgett tallied a goal and an assist, while Bryan Penney and Max Hoffer also scored for Clarkson. Liam St. Croix picked up a team-best five ground balls, while five different members of the Golden Knights' squad each caused one turnover. Terry, who tops the Division III rankings in goals against average, made nine saves for the Saints. Terry's save with 13 seconds left allowed the Saints to hold their one-goal edge over Clarkson. Kevin Dyckman made six saves for the Golden Knights. St. Lawrence outshot Clarkson 37-27, but the Golden Knights managed a 19-17 advantage in shots on goal. The Saints held a 26-22 advantage in ground balls, while the Golden Knights went 2-for-6 on man-up opportunities and the Saints went 1-for-2. St. Lawrence improved to 10-1 on the season and 3-1 in conference play, while Clarkson fell to 7-5 and 2-3.

Clarkson rally falls a split-second shoRt to s.l.u. 12-11

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Clarkson’s Tanner Cioffi (29) looks to set up the game's first goal on a pass to Potsdam native Billy Bergan.  Bergan rifled a shot into the St. Lawrence net, past goalie Alex Terry (7) to give Clarkson a 1-0 lead just seconds into the first period.  However, the Saints held off Clarkson 12-11 in a thriller in Canton.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

April 10: A five-goal third period allowed St. Lawrence to weather a late charge by the Clarkson University Men's Lacrosse team, but the Golden Knights came up just short in taking down the Saints, falling 11-10 in Liberty League action Wednesday night. The Golden Knights fell to 7-5 overall and 2-3 in the Liberty League, while the Saints moved to 10-1 and 3-1. Clarkson looks to get back on track this weekend when the program celebrates its seniors with a game against Vassar College on Saturday. The two teams tussled back and forth in the first half, as momentum shifted from one to another, only to see the game tied at 5-5 at the half. The second quarter saw an early flurry of scoring, with five goals tallied in just over three minutes, but Max Hoffer picked up an unassisted goal at the 5:33 mark of the second to tie the game at 5-5. In the third quarter, the Saints took a two-goal lead and then added to it with three scores separated by just 2:19 for a 10-6 lead through 45 minutes. The Saints scored a man-up goal at 4:59 and then picked up a man-down goal at 3:20. The lead increased to five for St. Lawrence with an early goal by David Jennings, but the Knights chipped away late in the fourth quarter to put plenty of pressure on the Saints. Pierce Currie scored a man-up goal at 7:43, Billy Bergan picked up a goal at 6:09, and Evan Burgett scored another man-up goal at the 4:28 mark to pull the Knights within two. With just one minute remaining, freshman Bryan Penney converted to make the score 11-10. Clarkson won the next faceoff, but the Knights could get only one shot off, a save by St. Lawrence's Alex Terry on Marcus Lavarnway's attempt with 13 seconds to go. St. Lawrence did turn the ball over shortly after gaining possession, but the Knights were unable to make one final run at a tie. St. Lawrence held a 37-27 edge in shots, but the Knights led 19-17 in shots on goal. The Saints also held a modest advantage in groundballs (26-22). Billy Bergan scored three times to lead the Clarkson offense, while Conor Bartlett and Pierce Currie each scored twice and Evan Burgett added a goal and an assist. Liam St. Croix scooped up five groundballs and Kevin Dyckman made six saves for the Knights. For St. Lawrence, Mike Donnelly scored four times and Jack Hennessey contributed three points on a goal and two assists. Zachary Prime won 15-of-23 faceoffs and picked up 12 groundballs. Owen Manley caused three turnovers and also chipped in two groundballs. Alex Terry made nine saves for the Saints.  

April 6: With 10 goals in the first half, the Clarkson University Men's Lacrosse team cruised to a 14-4 Liberty League victory over Bard College on Saturday afternoon. The Golden Knights improved to 7-4 overall and 2-2 in the Liberty League, while the Raptors dropped to 3-6 and 0-4. Clarkson faces St. Lawrence University on Wednesday in Canton, NY, and the Knights will take on Vassar College at home next Saturday. Clarkson was dominant in the first half, holding the Raptors to just four shots overall and only one shot on goal in the first 30 minutes while peppering the Bard defense with 30 total shots. The Raptors hung around in the first quarter, holding Clarkson to just two goals, both from senior Peter Herrick. However, Clarkson was busy in the second period, tallying eight times. Pierce Currie scored twice and Evan Burgett picked up two goals in the quarter. With a sizeable advantage, Clarkson pulled the starters in the second half, allowing for a more interesting contest. Clarkson held a modest advantage in shots (22-19) over the final 30 minutes and trailed in groundballs (18-15) while being tied in shots on goal (11-11). Currie scored four points to lead the Knights while Conor Bartlett and Will Britton each recorded three points. Herrick and Burgett tallied two goals apiece and Tanner Cioffi and KJ Sarni each notched two points with a goal and an assist. Trevor Borchardt and Derek Beatty each scooped up four groundballs. Kevin Dyckman was called upon for just one save in the first half, while Alexandre Michaud and Matt Yonko combined for seven saves in the second half. For Bard, Peter Sojka tallied three goals and Jack Kaplan added two assists and four groundballs. Corey Rich also scored once and notched five groundballs. Lyle Healey was busy in the Bard crease, making 20 saves.

suny POTSDAM GETS KEY WIN IN EDGING SUNY BROCKPORT 5-4

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SUNY Potsdam’s Josh Huiatt (11) winds and blasts his shot past the Eagles' goaltender to tie the game 2-2.  The Bears' Keenan O'Gorman (Potsdam NY) netted the game winner in a 5-4 win over Brockport. (Sam Wangerin photo)

April 13: The SUNY Potsdam men's lacrosse team (4-6, 1-2 SUNYAC) defeated the SUNY Brockport Golden Eagles (4-6, 0-3 SUNYAC) 5-4 on Saturday to pick up a critical SUNYAC win. After being tied early in the fourth quarter, the Bears got a goal from freshman attacker Keenan O'Gorman (Potsdam, N.Y./Potsdam) with 11:22 left to secure the victory. Senior captain Zach Sheridan (Clay, N.Y./Cicero-North Syracuse) stopped a career-high 22 shots, topping his previous best of 20 set Wednesday night.   Brockport got on board first at 11:46 of the first quarter as senior attackman Jacob Recor (Lancaster, N.Y./Lancaster) scored a man-up goal off an assist from sophomore attacker Peter Scavone (East Islip, N.Y./St. John The Baptist). Junior midfielder Corey Choberka (Vestal, N.Y./Vestal) gave the Golden Eagles a 2-0 lead as he fired a bullet into the net at 8:16. The Bears answered with two goals in two minutes to tie the game. Potsdam got on the scoreboard with a goal from freshman midfielder Alec Miller (Williamsville, N.Y./Williamsville South) at 6:50. At the 4:50 mark, junior midfielder Josh Huiatt (Libson, N.Y./Hugh C. Williams) unloaded from the left wing to beat Brockport freshman goalie John Felice (Port Jefferson Station, N.Y./Comsewogue). Sophomore attackman Liam O'Connor (Ossinging, N.Y./Ossinging) gave Golden Eagles their lead back before the conclusion of the quarter by sending a shot to the left corner of the goal with 4:03 to go. The Golden Eagles led 3-2 after one.    Bears junior attackman Tayte Murray (Cicero, N.Y./Cicero-North Syracuse) tied the game at 6:25 of the second quarter after getting past his defender and scoring in close. After a low scoring quarter, the Bears took the lead going into halftime as they got a man-up goal from senior midfielder Kyle Smith (Theresa, N.Y./Indian River) with two minutes left. Felice committed the infraction and was replaced by senior goalie John Clancy (Mineola, N.Y./Miniola) until he allowed the goal. The Golden Eagles were unable to respond before the conclusion of the quarter as the Bears led 4-3 through 30 minutes.    The Golden Eagles tied the game with the third quarter's lone goal with 4:06 left. After a series of passes, sophomore attacker Patrick Sheridan (Rochester, N.Y./ Churchville-Chilli) found the net a few feet away from the goal.    Sheridan made six saves in the final quarter to keep the game tied. O' Gorman finally put Potsdam up for good at 11:22 after scooping a low pass from Murray and scoring on a high shot. With strong ball control and Sheridan sharp, the Bears held the lead and the ball with 21 seconds go. However, the Golden Eagles forced a turnover and Patrick Sheridan had a chance to tie the game with about 10 seconds left. It wasn't meant to be, as Zach Sheridan deftly snatched the ball out of the air and fired it down field to seal the win.   Felice was the tough luck loser after allowing just 4 goals and making six saves in 59:29. Clancy allowed the one man-up goal in 31 seconds in net.

April 10: SUNY Potsdam senior captain Zach Sheridan (Clay, N.Y./Cicero-North Syracuse) made a career-high 20 saves and picked up his first collegiate assist, but the SUNY Potsdam men's lacrosse team (3-6, 0-2 SUNYAC) fell to Oswego State (7-2, 2-0) 11-9 on Wednesday evening. Junior captain Josh Huiatt (Lisbon, N.Y./Hugh C. Williams) led the Bears with three goals and an assist and seniors Josh Bradford (Whitney Point, N.Y./Limestone College) and Sean Coe (Baldwinsville, N.Y./C. W. Baker) each scored twice.   Potsdam got on the board first as junior attackman Tayte Murray (Cicero, N.Y./Cicero-North Syracuse) set up senior attackman Kyle Smith (Theresa, N.Y./Indian River) at 12:50. The Lakers scored four of the next five to grab a 4-2 lead after one. Junior attackman Kyle Bacon (Montgomery, N.Y./Pine Push), junior midfielder Tim Schof (Montgomery, N.Y./Pine Bush) and junior attackman Evan Hollfelder (Hamburg, N.Y./Hamburg) scored in succession, but Coe brought the run to an end with a highlight reel goal at 4:07. Smith fed Coe at the left side of the net and he fired the ball behind his back and past Lakers sophomore goalie Kevin O'Donnell (Cleveland, Ohio/Saint Edward). With 10 seconds left in the first, sophomore midfielder Brian Rowe (Cicero, N.Y./Cicero-North Syracuse) struck for the Lakers to make it a two-goal contest.   Schof made it 5-2 40 seconds into the second quarter, but the Bears answered with the next two. Huiatt scored at 13:20 and then set up a man-up goal for senior captain Gabe Carbone (Accord, N.Y./Rondout Valley) at 11:59 to get Potsdam back within 5-4. Oswego closed the half on a 3-1 run. Freshman attackman Weston Gray (Philadelphia, N.Y./Carthage) scored at 11:10 but Murray fed Huiatt for another man-up goal at 9:26. Junior attackman Caleb Alford (Adams, N.Y./South Jefferson) scored at 8:53 and Hollfelder netted his second at 7:42 and the Lakers led 8-5 at the half.   Potsdam outshot Oswego 17-7 in the third quarter, but the Bears were unable to pick up ground as the teams traded a goal each. Schof completed his hat trick at 12:35 and Bradford countered at 9:19 to make it 9-6. Junior faceoff specialist Luke Vitale (Fairfield, Conn./Fairfield Ludlow) won the ensuing  faceoff and the Bears controlled the ball for the next three minutes. In that time they took eight shots, but O'Donnell kept them off the board with three crucial saves.   Potsdam opened the fourth with two goals in 2:46 to climb within 9-8 with 11:02 to play. However, Lakers sophomore midfielder Bobby Emerson (Lake Grove, N.Y./Center Reach) scored two in-a-row at 7:06 and 6:20 to put the game out of reach. The Bears closed the game with a final highlight. In the closing seconds, Sheridan flung the ball down the field from just outside his crease. Coe caught in front of O'Donnell, stepped around the goalie to with one second left.   O'Donnell earned the win with 13 saves. Potsdam outshot the Lakers 45-43 and was 2-for-2 in extra-man opportunities, while Oswego was 1-for-3. Senior captain Colby Chapman (Johnson City, N.Y./Johnson City) collected five ground balls for the Bears and Vitale won nine faceoffs.

plattsburgh fends off suny  potsdam late for 11-9 win

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SUNY Plattsburgh attacker Stephen Kane (11) blasts a shot past SUNY Potsdam's goaltender to give the Cardinals a 4-3 lead in the second quarter. The Cardinals held a 5-3 lead at the half and fended off a late comeback attempt by the Bears to capture a 11-9 SUNYAC Conference victory. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery soon

SUNY Plattsburgh’s Brendan Damm (9) leaps over two SUNY Potsdam defenders and the Bears goalie to score and to extend the Cardinals lead over SUNY Potsdam early on in the third quarter. SUNY Plattsburgh held off the Bears late in the game to capture the narrow 10-8 victory. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

May 2: Down 12-5 entering the final 15 minutes of play, the Plattsbugh State men's lacrosse team were the architects of a furious comeback attempt, outscoring the number-one seeded and No. 11-ranked SUNY Cortland 7-2 in the fourth quarter only to come up short in a 14-12 setback to the Red Dragons in the 2015 SUNYAC Men's Lacrosse Championship Tournament finals on Saturday afternoon. In the Cardinals' 2015 season finale, senior Jack Felter amassed four points on three goals and one assist and freshman Ryan Hubbard pumped in two scores in the last 6:56 of the game. They were two of the seven Plattsburgh State student-athletes to record multi-point games. Saturday marked Plattsburgh State's third-consecutive appearance in the SUNYAC Tournament finals – all of which have come against the Red Dragons. The Cardinals wrap up their 2015 campaign with a record of 13-6 which includes a 4-2 showing in conference tilts. Although the visitors never led, they made sure to keep consistent pressure on the Red Dragons for the majority of the skirmish. Felter registered his first of the day in the opening quarter. Assisting on the Cardinals' first strike of the day was senior James Read who notched his first of three points on the day with the helper. Trailing 2-1 headed to the second frame, the Cardinals saw the SUNY Cortland tandem of Matt Savlov and Mike Cantelli fire in their second goals of the afternoon in the first 3:30 of the quarter, upping the Red Dragons' edge to 4-1. Refusing to go down quietly, the Cardinals pulled within one once again after Matt Renko and Austin Belz slung in scores. From there, the teams alternated scoring with Brendan Damm and Felter accounting for Plattsburgh State's goals. Felter's man-up laser cut the Red Dragons' advantage to 6-5 heading to halftime. Unfortunately for the Cardinals, the Red Dragons came roaring out of the mid-game break with intentions of putting the game out of reach for good. Benjamin Dunlavey completed his hat trick with a pair of scoring drives and T.J. deLyra slung in two of his own as part of a 6-0 scoring run for the home team which spanned the entire quarter. On the wrong end of a 12-5 deficit heading to the final frame, the Cardinals unleashed a desperate all-out assault on the Red Dragons in a bid to emerge as the victors. Mike Gay opened the Plattsburgh State scoring barrage with his seventh of the season, but goals from Zach Hopps and Billy Davis helped the Red Dragons maintain their eight-goal lead, 14-6, with 10:18 to go. The Cardinals' never-say-die attitude manifested itself in a big way through the final 8:54 of the battle. Belz initiated a 6-0 Plattsburgh State offensive blitz with his second of the day before Damm and Felter added scores 28 seconds apart to make it a 14-9 game with 7:06 to go. Back-to-back tallies from Hubbard and Read's sole missile of the day with 1:53 to go pulled the visitors within 14-12, but a costly turnover with 1:13 to go allowed the Red Dragons to run out the clock and capture their 23rd conference crown. Junior netminder and All-SUNYAC Tournament Team selection Matt Massaria did all he could to keep his squad in it, making 16 stops in 60 minutes of action. Cortland goalie Scott Tota faced 46 total shots and made 10 saves in the win. Although they didn't come up on the winning end of things, the Cardinals have very little to hang their heads about. Head coach Ryan Cavanagh took over as the program's all-time leader in coaching victories during the 2015 campaign and Massaria, Renko and senior Brendan Cefalu received spots on the All-SUNYAC Tournament Team as a result of their excellent play. In all, some 11 seniors which include the likes of Cefalu, Felter, Read, Chris Guzzetta, Cole Andersen, Andrew Tralongo, Andy Krolczyk, Tom Monahan, Peter Johann, Brendan Hickey and Frank Mauro, wrapped up their careers on Saturday afternoon. That group has led Plattsburgh State to four straight SUNYAC Tournament appearances and a record of 51-22 in its tenure.

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.

NCSN College Lacrosse Scoreboard

SATURDAY, MAY 11, 2019

Women's Lacrosse
NCAA Opening Round

SUNY Brockport 16, SUNY Canton 3

 

SATURDAY, MAY 4, 2019

NAC Men's Lacrosse Championship
New England 17, SUNY Canton 8
NAC Women's Lacrosse Championship
SUNY Canton 19, Maine-Farmington 4
Liberty League Women's Semifinal
Ithaca 25, Clarkson 12

 

WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 2019

Liberty League Men's Semifinals
RIT 17, St. Lawrence University 13
SUNYAC Men's Semifinals
SUNY Geneseo 11, SUNY Plattsburgh 10

 

SUNDAY, APRIL 28, 2019

Women's Lacrosse
SUNY Canton 20, Husson 4

 

SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 2019

Men's Lacrosse
SUNY Geneseo 10, SUNY Potsdam 4
SUNY Canton 15, Dean College 11
SUNY Brockport 7, SUNY Plattsburgh 2
RPI 13, Clarkson 12
Women's Lacrosse
RPI 14, St. Lawrence University 10
Buffalo State 19, SUNY Plattsburgh 6
Clarkson 15, University of Rochester 8
SUNY Geneseo 13, SUNY Potsdam 7

 

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24, 2019

Men's Lacrosse
Ithaca 17, Clarkson 5
St. Lawrence University 11, RPI 6
SUNY Plattsburgh 13, SUNY Potsdam 8
Women's Lacrosse
SUNY Potsdam 9, SUNY Canton 2
Clarkson 19, St. Lawrence University 10

 

TUESDAY, APRIL 23, 2019

Women's Lacrosse
Utica 11, SUNY Canton 10

 

MONDAY, APRIL 22, 2019

Men's Lacrosse
SUNY Canton 21, NVU-Johnson 1

 

SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 2019

Men's Lacrosse
RIT 11, St. Lawrence University 7
SUNY Oneonta 18, SUNY Potsdam 7
SUNY Canton 10, SUNY Delhi 9
RPI 20, Clarkson 8
Women's Lacrosse

Buffalo State 9, SUNY Potsdam 7
SUNY Fredonia 13, SUNY Plattsburgh 12
Skidmore 17, St. Lawrence University 6
Clarkson 19, Union 9
SUNY Canton 14, Medaille 4

 

FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 2019

Women's Lacrosse
Clarkson 15, Skidmore 10
Union 10, St. Lawrence University 9

 

THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 2019

Women's Lacrosse
SUNY Canton 17, Elmira 1
SUNY Potsdam 20, SUNY Poly 12

 

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 2019

Men's Lacrosse
SUNY Canton 16, Alfred State 6
Middlebury 21, SUNY Plattsburgh 5
Women's Lacrosse
SUNY Oneonta 25, SUNY Plattsburgh 3

 

TUESDAY, APRIL 16, 2019

Men's Lacrosse
St. Lawrence University 17, SUNY Potsdam 3
Women's Lacrosse
St. Lawrence University 13, SUNY Canton 6

 

SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 2019

Men's Lacrosse
Clarkson 13,  Vassar 12
SUNY Plattsburgh 7, SUNY Oswego 6 (3OT)
Union 12, St. Lawrence University 11
SUNY Potsdam 5, SUNY Brockport 4
SUNY Canton 16, Husson 13
Women's Lacrosse
St. Lawrence University 16, Bard 6
SUNY Potsdam 14, SUNY Fredonia 10
SUNY Canton 17, Husson 3
SUNY Oswego 23, SUNY Plattsburgh 4
Clarkson 17, RIT 8

 

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, 2019

Men's Lacrosse
SUNY Plattsburgh 12, SUNY Oneonta 11
St. Lawrence University 11, Clarkson 10
SUNY Oswego 11, SUNY Potsdam 9
Women's Lacrosse
Clarkson 24, SUNY Plattsburgh 2
SUNY Oneonta 20, SUNY Potsdam 8

 

MONDAY, APRIL 8, 2019

Women's Lacrosse
SUNY Canton 17, Castleton 10

 

SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 2019

Men's Lacrosse
Clarkson 14, Bard 4
SUNY Canton 13, NVU-Lyndon 8
St. Lawrence University 11, Skidmore 4
Women's Lacrosse
SUNY Oswego 15, SUNY Potsdam 11
Ithaca 24, Clarkson 16
William Smith 17, St. Lawrence University 4
SUNY Canton 20, NVU-Lyndon 0

 

FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 2019

Women's Lacrosse
William Smith 8, Clarkson 1
Ithaca 19, St. Lawrence University 8

 

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3, 2019

Men's Lacrosse
Clarkson 19, Skidmore 7
St. Lawrence University 10, SUNY Plattsburgh 7
SUNY Potsdam 14, SUNY Canton 7
Women's Lacrosse
SUNY Potsdam 18, SUNY Plattsburgh 7

 

TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 2019

Women's Lacrosse
SUNY Canton 13, Hartwick 10

 

SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 2019

Men's Lacrosse
Union 14, Clarkson 6
St. Lawrence University 15, SUNY Oswego 4
SUNY Cortland 22, SUNY Potsdam 3
SUNY Canton 14, Wells 8
SUNY Plattsburgh 7, SUNY Geneseo 6
Women's Lacrosse
Clarkson 16, Vassar 12
St. Lawrence 15, University at Rochester 5
SUNY Brockport 18, SUNY Potsdam 4
SUNY Geneseo 20, SUNY Plattsburgh 3

 

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27, 2019

Men's Lacrosse
Ithaca 12, St. Lawrence University 11 (2OT)
Cazenovia 14, SUNY Canton 13
Women's Lacrosse
Trinity 17, St. Lawrence University 3
New Paltz 20, SUNY Plattsburgh 4
SUNY Cortland 18, SUNY Potsdam 2

 

TUESDAY, MARCH 26, 2019

Men's Lacrosse
Clarkson 17, SUNY Potsdam 6
SUNY Plattsburgh 13, New England College 5
Women's Lacrosse
Clarkson 15, SUNY Canton 6

 

SUNDAY, MARCH 24, 2019

Men's Lacrosse
Bard College at St. Lawrence, postponed
Women's Lacrosse

SUNY Canton 19, Maine Farmington 3

 

SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 2019

Men's Lacrosse
SUNY Canton 15, Maine Maritime 7
SUNY Potsdam 11, SUNY Morrisville 8
Women's Lacrosse

Clarkson 17, Bard 4
SUNY New Paltz 12, SUNY Potsdam 9
SUNY Cortland 21, SUNY Plattsburgh 1
Vassar 12, St. Lawrence 9
SUNY Canton 19, Maine Maritime 5

 

THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 2019

Men's Lacrosse
Babson 16, Clarkson 8
SUNY Plattsburgh 10, Castleton 7
St. Lawrence 16, Western New England 7
Women's Lacrosse
Hamilton 16, St. Lawrence 7

 

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 2019

Men's Lacrosse
Stockton 17, SUNY Plattsburgh 10
SUNY Poly 16, SUNY Canton 13
Women's Lacrosse
Rowan 17, Clarkson 14
Mount St. Vincent 16, SUNY Plattsburgh 12
SUNY Morrisville 12, SUNY Potsdam 11

 

TUESDAY, MARCH 19, 2019

SUNY Cortland 22, Clarkson 12
St. Lawrence University 13, Bowdoin 5
Women's Lacrosse

SUNY Poly at SUNY Potsdam, ppd. to 3/23
Hartwick 19, SUNY Plattsburgh 8
St. Lawrence University 18, Cazenovia 4

 

SATURDAY, MARCH 16, 2019

Men's Lacrosse
Scranton 11, SUNY Plattsburgh 10
Hartwick 17, SUNY Potsdam 8
SUNY Canton 25, Thomas College 3
St. Lawrence University 16, Vassar 5
Women's Lacrosse
Rensselaer 10, Clarkson 8
R.I.T. 16, St. Lawrence University 5
SUNY Canton 17, Thomas College 0

 

FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 2019

Men's Lacrosse
Clarkson 11, SUNY Geneseo 4

 

THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 2019

Men's Lacrosse
Castleton 18, SUNY Canton 8
Women's Lacrosse
SUNY Potsdam 13, Husson 2
SUNY Canton 15, Carroll 14 (OT)

 

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 2019

Men's Lacrosse
Rensselaer 14, SUNY Plattsburgh 7
Women's Lacrosse
Curry 11, SUNY Potsdam 10
SUNY Oswego 19, St. Lawrence 13
SUNY Geneseo 15, Clarkson 6
Bard 19, SUNY Plattsburgh 6

 

TUESDAY, MARCH 12, 2019

Men's Lacrosse
SUNY Potsdam 10, Castleton 5
St. Lawrence 9, Middlebury 3
Women's Lacrosse

SUNY Canton 15, Fitchburg State 3

 

MONDAY, MARCH 11, 2019

Women's Lacrosse
Norwich 11, SUNY Plattsburgh 10

 

SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 2019

Men's Lacrosse
RIT 18, Clarkson 8
Utica 13, SUNY Potsdam 3
St. Lawrence University 9, SUNY Geneseo 4
Women's Lacrosse
SUNY Geneseo 17, St. Lawrence University 4
SUNY Plattsburgh 17, Sage Colleges 1
Clarkson 13, Utica College 9

 

THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 2019

Women's Lacrosse
Clarkson 18, SUNY Potsdam 5

 

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, 2019

Women's Lacrosse
SUNY Canton 14, SUNY Plattsburgh 4

 

TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 2019

Men's Lacrosse
Clarkson 14, SUNY Plattsburgh 5

 

SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 2019

Men's Lacrosse
Clarkson 14, SUNY Brockport 6
St. Lawrence University 15, Nazareth 10
Bard 9, SUNY Canton 8 (OT)
SUNY Plattsburgh 10, Skidmore 8
Women's Lacrosse
SUNY Potsdam 13, Elmira 3
SUNY Canton 12, SUNY Morrisville 10

 

FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 2019

Men's Lacrosse
St. John Fisher 23, SUNY Potsdam 8
Women's Lacrosse
SUNY Oswego 16, Clarkson 14
Hartwick 9, SUNY Potsdam 7

 

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 2019

Men's Lacrosse
Clarkson 22, SUNY Canton 4
 
END OF 2018 LACROSSE SEASON

 

SATURDAY, MAY 12, 2018

ECAC Regional Semifinal
Muhlenberg, 19, SUNY Canton 5

 

WEDNESDAY, MAY 2, 2018

Men's Lacrosse
Liberty League Semifinals
RIT 13, St. Lawrence 11
SUNYAC Semifinals
SUNY Plattsburgh 6, SUNY Brockport 4

 

SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 2018

Men's Lacrosse
SUNY Cortland 19, SUNY Potsdam 8
SUNY Plattsburgh 10, SUNY Oswego 6
Liberty League First-Round Playoffs
St. Lawrence 14, Union 6
Ithaca 12, Clarkson 7
Women's Lacrosse
Clarkson 11, University of Rochester 9
RPI 12, St. Lawrence University 8
SUNY Geneseo 21, SUNY Potsdam 9
SUNY Oswego 19, SUNY Canton 5

 

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 2018

Men's Lacrosse
Ithaca 14, Clarkson 7
St. Lawrence University 11, RPI 9
SUNY Oswego 13, SUNY Potsdam 10
Women's Lacrosse
Utica 13, SUNY Canton 9

 

TUESDAY, APRIL 24, 2018

Women's Lacrosse
SUNY Oneonta 21, SUNY Potsdam 11

 

SUNDAY, APRIL 22, 2018

Women's Lacrosse
SUNY Canton 19, Cazenovia 3

 

SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 2018

Men's Lacrosse
RPI 12, Clarkson 11
RIT 15, St. Lawrence University 13
SUNY Canton 12, Alfred State 2
SUNY Plattsburgh 7, SUNY Brockport 4
SUNY Geneseo 9, SUNY Potsdam 4
Women's Lacrosse
Clarkson 18, Union 10
SUNY Brockport 23, SUNY Potsdam 2

 

FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 2018

Women's Lacrosse
Skidmore 13, Clarkson 11
Union 14, St. Lawrence University 9
SUNY Canton 17, D'Youville 10

 

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 2018

Men's Lacrosse
SUNY Oswego 18, SUNY Canton 6

 

TUESDAY, APRIL 17, 2018

Men's Lacrosse
St. Lawrence 18, SUNY Potsdam 2
Women's Lacrosse
SUNY New Paltz 10, SUNY Potsdam 6

 

SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 2018

Men's Lacrosse
Clarkson 9, Vassar 6
SUNY Canton 11, Dean 10
Union 9, St. Lawrence University 8 (OT)
SUNY Potsdam 12, SUNY Oneonta 11
Women's Lacrosse
RIT 10, Clarkson 8
St. Lawrence University 16, Bard 8

 

FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 2018

Women's Lacrosse
SUNY Canton 12, SUNY Potsdam 5

 

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 2018

Men's Lacrosse
SUNY Canton 16, Mount St. Vincent 5
St. Lawrence University 11, Clarkson 7
SUNY Plattsburgh 11, SUNY Potsdam 9
Women's Lacrosse
Clarkson 12, St. Lawrence University 9
SUNY Canton 17, Hilbert 1

 

TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 2018

Women's Lacrosse
SUNY Cortland 17, SUNY Potsdam 2

 

SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 2018

Men's Lacrosse
Clarkson 16, Bard 7
Kean 21, SUNY Canton 4
St. Lawrence University 16, Skidmore 6
SUNY Brockport 8, SUNY Potsdam 5
SUNY Plattsburgh 9, SUNY Oswego 6
Women's Lacrosse
Buffalo State 10, SUNY Potsdam 4
Ithaca 11, Clarkson 5
William Smith 11, St. Lawrence University 7

 

FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 2018

Women's Lacrosse
Clarkson 9, William Smith 4
Ithaca 12, St. Lawrence University 10

 

THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 2018

Women's Lacrosse
SUNY Canton 16, Sage Colleges 3

 

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4, 2018

Men's Lacrosse
Hartwick 8, Clarkson 7
St. Lawrence University 13, SUNY Plattsburgh 6

 

TUESDAY, APRIL 3, 2018

Men's Lacrosse
SUNY Potsdam 13, Castleton 3
Women's Lacrosse
RIT 16, St. Lawrence University 11
SUNY Oswego 11, SUNY Potsdam 4
SUNY Morrisville 8, SUNY Canton 7

 

SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 2018

Men's Lacrosse
Union 12, Clarkson 10
St. Lawrence University 16, Nazareth 8
Kean 11, SUNY Potsdam 10
SUNY Canton 13, Cazenovia 11
SUNY Cortland 10, SUNY Plattsburgh 7
Women's Lacrosse
SUNY Canton 16, SUNY Poly 1
Clarkson 17, Vassar 7
St. Lawrence University 9, University of Rochester 8

 

FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 2018

Women's Lacrosse
SUNY Potsdam 12, SUNY Fredonia 4

 

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 2018

Men's Lacrosse
Ithaca 8, St. Lawrence University 5
Castleton 11, SUNY Canton 10
RPI 11, SUNY Plattsburgh 6
Women's Lacrosse
Hartwick 13, SUNY Canton 11

 

TUESDAY, MARCH 27, 2018

Men's Lacrosse
Clarkson 13, SUNY Potsdam 8
Women's Lacrosse
SUNY Geneseo 9, St. Lawrence University 8
Hartwick 8, SUNY Potsdam 7
Clarkson 13, SUNY Canton 5

 

SUNDAY, MARCH 25, 2018

Men's Lacrosse
SUNY Canton 24, Johnson State 6

 

SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 2018

Men's Lacrosse
St. Lawrence University 20, Bard 6
SUNY Poly 10, SUNY Canton 7
SUNY Geneseo 6, Clarkson 5
SUNY Potsdam 9, SUNY Morrisville 5
Women's Lacrosse
Clarkson 19, Bard 3
SUNY Canton 13, Salem State 10
Vassar 10, St. Lawrence University 9

 

THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 2018

Men's Lacrosse
St. Lawrence University 13, Western New England 5
Women's Lacrosse
Wesleyan 8, St. Lawrence University 6

 

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 2018

Men's Lacrosse
SUNY Cortland 14, Clarkson 12
St. Lawrence vs. Western New England, ppd to 3/22
Women's Lacrosse
Clarkson 19, Benedictine 4

 

TUESDAY, MARCH 20, 2018

Men's Lacrosse
Middlebury 12, SUNY Plattsburgh 7
Women's Lacrosse
St. Lawrence University 21, Hendrix 4

 

MONDAY, MARCH 19, 2018

Women's Lacrosse
Clarkson 18, Farmingdale State 2

 

SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 2018

Men's Lacrosse
Hartwick 11, SUNY Potsdam 3
St. Lawrence 9, Vassar 2
SUNY Canton 16, SUNY Delhi 3
Clarkson 6, Skidmore 5
Women's Lacrosse
RPI 14, Clarkson 9
SUNY Potsdam 12, SUNY Morrisville 11

 

THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 2018

Women's Lacrosse
Fitchburg State 13, SUNY Canton 12 (2OT)

 

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14, 2018

Men's Lacrosse
Swarthmore 9, SUNY Plattsburgh 5
Women's Lacrosse

SUNY Potsdam at St. Lawrence, canceled

 

TUESDAY, MARCH 13, 2018

Men's Lacrosse
SUNY Canton 17, Wells College 5
Women's Lacrosse
SUNY Canton 16, Ohio Wesleyan 5

 

MONDAY, MARCH 12, 2018

Men's Lacrosse
Middlebury 12, St. Lawrence 11
Women's Lacrosse
Middlebury 15, St. Lawrence 3

 

SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 2018

Men's Lacrosse
RIT 18, Clarkson 7
St. Lawrence University 8, SUNY Geneseo 5
SUNY Canton 17, Houghton 10
SUNY Potsdam 14, Utica College 4
Wheaton 9, SUNY Plattsburgh 8
Women's Lacrosse

Clarkson 12, Utica 8
SUNY Potsdam 19, SUNY Poly 5

 

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 2018

Women's Lacrosse
Clarkson 10, SUNY Oswego 9
SUNY Geneseo at St. Lawrence University, ppd.

 

TUESDAY, MARCH 6, 2018

Men's Lacrosse
Clarkson 10, SUNY Plattsburgh 9 (2OT)
SUNY Canton 10, SUNY Potsdam 8

 

SUNDAY, MARCH 4, 2018

Men's Lacrosse
St. Lawrence University 18, Castleton 2

 

SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 2018

Men's Lacrosse
SUNY Canton 22, Green Mountain 2
St. John Fisher 11, SUNY Potsdam 7
Women's Lacrosse
Utica 14, SUNY Potsdam 5
SUNY Canton 17, Castleton 6

NCSN Women's College Lacrosse

canton women dominate in NORTH atlantic championship!

Roos Women's Stories | Schedule/Results | Rosters


SUNY Canton’s Cecelia Neally (9) lasers the shot top shelf to extent the Roos' dominant lead near the end of the second half. SUNY Canton produced a dominant 13-2 lead before halftime, before going on to defeat Maine-Farmington 19-4 and win the 2019 North Atlantic Women's Lacrosse Championship. (Sam Wangerin photo)

St. Lawrence University’s Hannah Drechsel (18) drives the ball past SUNY Canton goalie Madison Leary (30) to score a goal for the Saints in the first half to take a 3-0 lead.  St. Lawrence netted eight goals in the second half to capture the 13-6 victory over the Roos. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

SUNY Canton’s Ellarose Lemay (2) blasts a shot past the Husson goalie  in the closing minutes of the second half to stake the Roos to a 13-goal lead over Husson. The Kangaroos captured a 17-3 victory over Husson on Saturday.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery   

May 4: Canton, NY – Jessica Pele, MaryClare Bowes and Molly Denny combined for 16 points as the SUNY Canton women's lacrosse team earned a 19-4 win v. Maine Farmington to capture the North Atlantic Conference (NAC) Women's Lacrosse Championship on Saturday. The Roos made school history as they became the first SUNY Canton team to earn a trip to the NCAA Tournament, earning the NAC's automatic qualifier to the 2019 NCAA Division III Championship. Pele led all players with six points (four goals, two assists), eight ground balls, five caused turnovers and added four draw controls. Bowes (five goals) and Molly Denny (two goals, three assists) finished with five points each. Denny set a new single-season program record with 90 points, while Bowes reached the 200-career point mark. Erin Parks recorded a pair of goals, while Logan Bush and Cecelia Neally had a goal and assist each. Allison Wakefield, EllaRose LeMay, Stephanie Thayer and Emily Vogt also scored for SUNY Canton. The hosts jumped out to a 5-1 lead and took a 13-2 advantage into intermission. The Roos continued to control play after halftime outscoring the Beavers, 6-2. Isabella Monbouquette paced UMF with two goals and two assists, while Samantha Cross and Kaya Backman also scored. Mia Jermano totaled five caused turnovers for the Roos, while Bush tallied four draw controls. Nicole Piskorowski played the first half and earned the win, while Madison Leary took over in relief for the second half as neither Canton goalie made a save, while allowing two goals each. Heather Boland totaled 12 stops for the Beavers. Pele was named the Most Valuable Player of the Tournament after posting seven goals, four assists, 11 ground balls, nine draw controls and six caused turnovers in the tournament. Bowes, Denny and Bush joined her on the All-Tournament Team, while Bouquette, Cross and Boland earned spots on the All-Tournament Team for the visitors.

NAC Women's All-Tournament
Jessica Pele – SUNY Canton (MVP)
Logan Bush – SUNY Canton
Molly Denny – SUNY Canton
MaryClare Bowes – SUNY Canton
Isabella Monbouquette – Maine Farmington
Samantha Cross – Maine Farmington
Heather Boland – Maine Farmington
Maddy Olsen – Husson
Cali Newton – Husson
Sydney Adams – Maine Maritime
Julia Dillon – Maine Maritime

April 28: Canton, NY -- Molly Denny led all players with five goals and tied the single-season program points mark as the SUNY Canton women's lacrosse team cruised to a 20-4 win v. Husson University in a North Atlantic Conference (NAC) semifinal contest on Saturday. The Roos will host Maine Farmington next Saturday for the NAC Championship with the winner advancing to the NCAA Tournament. The Beavers defeated Maine Maritime Academy in another NAC semifinal contest, 12-4, on Saturday. Denny now sits at 85 goals on the season which ties the mark set by Tressa Goolden during the 2015 season. Denny led all players with five goals and two assists, while Jessica Pele added three goals and two assists. MaryClare Bowes and Stephanie Thayer totaled two goals and two assists each, while Lindsey Ingram, Cecelia Neally and EllaRose LeMay all scored twice. Erin Grandaw and Logan Bush scored once each, while Bush and Pele added game-highs of five draw controls. Denny chipped in five ground balls and four draw controls, while Mia Jermano caused a game-high three turnovers to go with four ground balls. Canton scored the first 10 goals of the game and took a commanding 15-1 lead into intermission. Husson scored three second-half goals as the Roos cruised to victory. Madison Leary stopped one shot in the start to earn the win, while Nicole Piskorowski turned aside two shots after halftime. Mallory Burchill made 10 saves for the Eagles. Maddy Olsen scored twice for Husson, while Cali Newton and Sierra Connor-Schade had one score each. SUNY Canton controlled shots on goal (30-7), ground balls (25-18), draw controls (18-7) and were 8-for-13 on free-position shots. The Roos host Maine Farmington on Saturday, May 4th in the NAC Championship game. The winner advances to the 2019 Division III Women's Lacrosse Tournament. Game time next Saturday is to be announced.

clarkson women stack up impressive 19-9 win vs. union

Knights Women's Stories | Schedule/Results | Rosters


Clarkson’s Marisa Clark whips a shot around two defenders and over the top of the Union netminder Ellie Taney and into the  left side of the net to extend the Golden Knights' lead to 10 goals late in the second half.  Clarkson was truly on the mark, racking up 19 goals in a 19-9 win vs. Union College.   (Sam Wangerin photo)

Clarkson’s Abby Collins (13) drives the ball over the shoulder of SUNY Plattsburgh goalie Alexa Cassidy (32) to score the third goal of the game.  The Golden Knights had an early scoring surge that lifted them to a 15-0 lead at halftime. Clarkson went on to capture a 24-2 victory over the Cardinals in non-league action. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

April 10: With 10 goals in the first 12 minutes, the Clarkson University Women's Lacrosse team was up early on first-year program Plattsburgh State and the clock ran from there as the Golden Knights gained a 24-2 victory over the Cardinals on Wednesday afternoon. The Golden Knights improved to 6-6 on the season and will take on RIT this weekend, again at Hantz Turf Field. Plattsburgh dropped to 1-11 on the campaign. Clarkson picked up a goal in the first 42 seconds, then tallied again just 26 seconds later and the rout was on. The Golden Knights produced 15 goals in the first half, holding Plattsburgh to just five shots and scoring on more than 60% of their chances overall. In the second half, Plattsburgh got a brief lift from freshman Emily Caoili when she scored two goals in a span of just 73 seconds. However, Clarkson got things rolling again with a pair of man-up goals and closed out the game on a 6-0 run with its reserves. Clarkson finished the game with a 44-8 edge in shots and a 36-7 lead in shots on goal. Junior Emma Andrews scored a team-best six points, scoring three times and finding her teammates for three assists. Jaid Baytos kicked in five points (including four goals) and added in two groundballs, two caused turnovers and two draw controls. Aubrey Borgesi also chipped in four goals with four draws and three groundballs. Sydney Roderick (0-3-3), Katie Sergeant (3-0-3), Mia Petrone (3-0-3) and Abby Collins (1-2-3) each added three points for the Knights.

April 6: A day after scoring just one goal in a loss to nationally-ranked William Smith, the Clarkson University Women's Lacrosse team put up 16 goals against another nationally-ranked foe in Ithaca College, but the result was still the same as the Golden Knights fell 24-16 in Liberty League action on Saturday afternoon. The Golden Knights dropped below .500 in both the league and overall, falling to 2-3 in conference games and 5-6 overall. Ithaca stayed unbeaten in the Liberty League at 5-0 and moved to 8-3 on the season. Clarkson finishes off non-league play on Wednesday when it hosts Plattsburgh State at Hantz Turf Field. The 16 goals scored by the Knights were tied for the most in program history in a loss (17-16 loss to RIT, 2013) and the 40 combined goals in the game easily topped the previous record at Clarkson when 35 combined goals were produced in a 20-15 victory by the Knights over Oswego State in 2010. The 24 goals allowed by Clarkson were the third-most in program history, trailing 25 given up to Rensselaer (1994) and 26 against Cortland State (1986). When Abby Collins scored at the 17:02 mark, the Knights and Bombers had already combined for more goals than Clarkson and William Smith totaled on Friday, and try as they may, the Green and Gold could not keep pace with Ithaca's high-octane offense. When Mia Petrone scored at the 13:43 mark, the Knights were within one, but Ithaca scored six of the last seven goals in the half, including a four-goal run in the final five minutes, for a 13-7 lead. The Bombers scored twice in the first minute of the second half, but the Knights rattled off three straight goals to make it 15-10 at the 22-minute mark. Ithaca responded with a pair of three-goal runs at the other end, sandwiched around a two-goal spurt by Clarkson, to threaten a running clock. However, the Knights tallied three times in a stretch of just 48 seconds to close the gap to just six (21-15). With the way the teams were rolling up offense, it seemed no lead was safe, but the Bombers pushed three more goals into their column to close out the game. Sydney Roderick scored a season-high eight points on four goals and four assists for the Knights while classmate Mia Petrone and junior Aubrey Borgesi each scored three goals. Abby Collins added a goal and an assist as well as six draw controls, and Stephanie Scaia was a bright spot on the defensive end with four caused turnovers and three groundballs. Samantha Gladd made 10 saves in the start for the Knights and Carolynn Pechmann denied one shot in relief. Allie Panara earned an incredible 15 draw controls and also scored seven points on three goals and four assists, matching the output of Danika Wagener, who had six goals and an assist. Bailey Herr notched six points on five goals and one assist and Jacqui Hallack produced five points with four goals and one assist. Mackenzie Schade stopped five shots in the Ithaca crease.

plattsburgh WOMEN DROP
24-2 SETBACK at CLARKSON

Cardinals Men's Stories | Schedule/Results | Rosters


SUNY Plattsburgh’s Leah Herman (12) blasts a shot onto the Clarkson goal in the first half.  However, the shot was blocked by Golden Knights' goalie Carolynn Pechmann (00) to keep the Cardinals scoreless. Clarkson captured the 24-2 victory over the Cardinals. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

April 10: Freshman goalie Alexa Cassidy (Warwick, N.Y./Warwick) made a career-high 12 saves and freshman attacker Emily Caoili (Lagrangeville, N.Y./Arlington) scored twice, but the Plattsburgh State women's lacrosse team fell, 24-2, to Clarkson University in non-conference action Wednesday afternoon at Hantz Turf Field.   Clarkson finished with the upper hand in shots (44-8), ground balls (26-18) and draw controls (16-12) while converting on 5-of-9 free-position shots. On clears, the Cardinals were 6-for-15, while the Golden Knights were 17-for-19.   Plattsburgh State falls to 1-11 overall with the loss and next hosts Oswego State on Saturday, April 13, at 1 p.m. Clarkson rises to 6-6 overall with the win and hosts the Rochester Institute of Technology next on Saturday, April 13, at 3 p.m.   Caoili scored both of the Cardinals' goals, while Cassidy scooped up a team-high five ground balls. Sophomore attacker/midfielder Kerri Corcoran (Rockville, Md./Richard Montgomery) led Plattsburgh State on the draw with five draw controls.   For Clarkson, junior attacker/midfielder Emma Andrews led the way with six points on three goals and three assists, while senior attacker/midfielder Jaid Baytos tallied five points on four goals and an assist. Junior attacker Aubrey Borgesi scored four times, while freshman attacker Sydney Roderick (three assists), junior Katie Sergeant (three goals), freshman midfielder Mia Petrone (three goals) and junior midfielder Abby Collins (one goal, two assists) all notched three points. Borgesi finished with four draw controls and three ground balls, while Baytos, Roderick and freshman midfielder Abigail Johnson all caused two turnovers.   The Golden Knights used four goalies in the win, with the quartet combining for five saves.

April 6: Junior attacker Katelyn McGlauflin (Scotia, N.Y./Scotia-Glenville) scored for the Plattsburgh State women's lacrosse team in the Cardinals' 23-1 loss to The College at Brockport Saturday afternoon at Bob Boozer Field in State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC) action.   The Golden Eagles finished with the upper hand in shots (38-6), ground balls (22-9) and draw controls (18-7) in addition to going 3-for-5 on free-position shots. On clears, the Cardinals were 4-for-14, while the Golden Eagles were 10-for-10.   Plattsburgh State falls to 1-10 overall (0-5 SUNYAC) with the loss and next visits non-conference Clarkson University on Wednesday, April 10, at 4 p.m. Brockport rises to 9-1 overall (4-0 SUNYAC) with the win and visits Fredonia next on Wednesday, April 10, at 4 p.m.   Sophomore attacker/midfielder Kerri Corcoran (Rockville, Md./Richard Montgomery) controlled three draws, caused a turnover and scooped up a ground ball, while freshman goalie Alexa Cassidy (Warwick, N.Y./Warwick) collected two ground balls.   Offensively, the Golden Eagles were led by senior attacker Sara Grapevine and freshman attacker Allison Jennings, who had eight points (three goals, five assists) and seven points (five goals, two assists), respectively. Junior attacker Chloe Kurst registered six points on two goals and four assists, while senior midfielder Hannah Cullen (two goals, two assists) and graduate student attacker Heather Conklin (four goals) each finished with four points. Freshman midfielder Julie Carballo scooped up five ground balls and controlled two draws, while senior defender Nikki Nolan and sophomore defender Lyndsie Pratt each recorded five draw controls.   Cassidy made nine saves in the loss for Plattsburgh State, while freshman goalie Morgan Elmer turned aside four shots in the win for Brockport.

potsdam women PULL AWAY FROM SUNY POLY IN 20-12 WIN

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SUNY Potsdam’s Zoe Morgenroth (17) rips the shot toward net that was blocked by a SUNY Poly defensive player.  Potsdam steadily pulled away in a high-scoring second half to capture the 20-12 SUNYAC Conference victory over SUNY Poly. (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery

Potsdam’s Lane Pearl (21) places the ball in the back of the net past Morrisville’s goaltender to trim the Mustangs' lead to 5-2 in the first half.  Morrisville grabbed an 11-6 lead, before escaping Potsdam''s late rally, edging the Bears 12-11 in SUNYAC play. (Josh Wangerin photos) Game Gallery

April 25:  The SUNY Potsdam women's lacrosse team (5-11, 2-6 SUNYAC) battled 17th-ranked Fredonia State (14-2, 7-1) for 60 minutes, before bowing to the Blue Devils 9-6 on Saturday afternoon. In her final game, senior captain Margaret Wall (Rochester, N.Y./Aquinas) scored two goals for the Bears and junior attack Bri McClusky (Watertown, N.Y./Immaculate Heart) added four assists to set the Potsdam single-season assists record with 34. Katie Kleine led the Blue Devils with three goals and two assists.   Kleine set up Katie Glagolev to open the scoring 2:55 into the game. Wall answered at 26:32 on a helper from McClusky to start a 3-0 run. The duo repeated the scoring at 14:19 and McClusky set up senior attack Bailey Weigel at 12:31 to give the Bears a 3-1 lead. Fredonia closed the half with three straight goals and took a 4-3 lead into the break. Shelby DePew scored two in a row and Audrey Yokopovich got the final goal of the half at 3:27. All three markers came on assists from Marissa Cussins.   Kristie Kleine put the Blue Devils up 5-3 at 27:42 of the final period, but senior captain Emily Petit (Queensbury, N.Y./Queensbury) countered to get Potsdam back within one 44 seconds later. Fredonia scored four straight in a 2:40 span to build a 9-4 lead with 16:39 to play. Katie Kleine scored all three of her goals during the stretch. With 41 seconds left, McClusky connected with sophomore attack Michaela Cole (Parishville, N.Y./Parishville-Hopkinton). Sophomore attack Katie Lapinski (Canton, N.Y./Hugh C. Williams) closed the scoring 21 seconds later for the 9-6 final.   In goal, Potsdam sophomore Devan Olschewske (Canandaigua, N.Y./Canandaigua) made 11 saves. Nicole Burrows earned the win with four saves for Fredonia.   The loss brings to a close the careers of seniors Wall, Weigel, Petit, Katie Putnam (Chittenango, N.Y./Chittenango) and Cheyenne Lazore (Akwesasne, N.Y./Salmon River).   Wall finishes her career ranked seventh in scoring with 106 points and fourth in goals with 90.   Weigel is fourth in scoring with 143 points, fifth in goals (89), third in assists (54) and first in draw controls (324).   Petit totaled 33 goals and 15 assists for 48 points. She finishes her career as the program's all-time leader in ground balls (170), caused turnovers (86) and games-started (57) and is sixth in draw controls (81).   Putnam recorded 11 points on 10 goals and an assist along with 69 ground balls, 28 caused turnovers and 11 draw controls.   Heading into next season, McClusky is already fifth on the Bears all-time scoring list with 130 points. She is ninth in goals (67) and second in assists (63).

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.

st. lawrence women BEATEN BY SKIDMORE IN LEAGUE 17-6

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St. Lawrence University goalie Olga Lukas (31) blocks a shot from Skidmore attacker Cas Szwajkowski in the first half, allowing the Saints to stay within a goal early.  However, the Thoroughbreds pulled away from the Saints to score a 17-6 victory in Liberty League conference action on Saturday.  (Sam Wangerin photo)

St. Lawrence University’s Hannah Drechsel (18) drives the ball past SUNY Canton goalie Madison Leary (30) to score a goal for the Saints in the first half to take a 3-0 lead.  St. Lawrence netted eight goals in the second half to capture the 13-6 victory over the Roos. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery  

April 25: The St. Lawrence University Women's Lacrosse team ended the 2015 season in impressive fashion with five different players netting two goals each in a 17-4 win over Bard College Saturday afternoon in the season finale at Ferrari Field at Annandale-on-Hudson.Abigail Owens, Hayden Stein and Kayla Schmalz each scored twice in the first half while Julia Mitguy and Allie Cornell-Roberts added a goal in each half as the Saints built an early 10-1 lead and cruised to the 17-4 win.Chloe Knapp scored the first St. Lawrence (4-11 Overall, 2-7 Liberty League) goal 38 seconds into the game but Bard (2-13, 0-9) tied the score two minutes later. The Saints then score the next nine straight goal to build a 10-1 lead. After Stein scored her second goal of the game with 1:20 left in the half, Bard rallied to score the final two goals of the period in the final minute of play and the teams went into the halftime intermission with the Saints leading 11-4.The St. Lawrence defense did not allow a second-half goal and the Saints scored four times in the first 10 minutes of the half to build a double-digit lead. St. Lawrence scored twice down the stretch including one goal by senior goalie Adden Cunningham who had been inserted into the game as an offensive player after starting the game in the Saints goal.Ashley Norris and Ashley Noble added second half goals while Kiera Taussig and Jill Carlton each scored once in the first half of play.Cunningham started in goal and played the first 14:28 with no saves before Cricket Wemyss was inserted to play the final 45:32 of the game making four saves.

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.