2014 College Softball Spring Games in Florida

Plattsburgh Sweeps; All Others Get Swept in Sunday Games

NCSN Women's College Softball


Clarkson Stories | Schedule/Results | Roster

Mar. 21: On the final day of its seven-day, 12-game trip to Florida, the Clarkson University Softball team fell to two different sets of Pioneers, losing to Alfred State 12-6 in the opener and Wisconsin-Platteville 13-0 in the nightcap on Friday at the Cape Coral Sports Complex. The Golden Knights finished off the spring trip with a record of 0-12, while Alfred State improved to 3-8 and Wisconsin-Platteville moved to 8-6. Clarkson's first home games were scheduled for March 26th, but those contests have been postponed to a yet to be determined date. In the opener, the offense of both teams were immediately prepared for a slugfest with 14 total runs scored in the first three innings. Clarkson got on the scoreboard first when sophomore Kat Tamburro (Frankfort, NY) delivered a one-out single and junior Lindsey Walsh (Lynn, MA) followed with a single, sending Tamburro to third. Freshman Katie Pelton (Auburn, NH) then lifted a fly ball to left to score the fleet-footed Tamburro for a 1-0 Clarkson lead. Alfred State tallied a pair in the bottom half of the inning, but Clarkson rallied to tie the score 2-2 in the top of the second. Sophomore Tirzah Smith (Tully, NY) singled, stole second and then moved up to third on a fly out, and she finished the circuit when Alycia Short (Norfolk, NY) grounded out to second. The Pioneers regained the edge in the bottom half of the inning, but Clarkson had its biggest inning in program history in the top of the third, plating four runs. Lisa Ferrucci (Amsterdam, NY) singled and after Tamburro popped out, Clarkson had four consecutive hits. Lindsey Walsh the singled, Pelton followed with a base knock, and Ali Schwenzfeier (East Haddam, CT) singled home a run. Smith then delivered a three-run double to clear the bases and give Clarkson a 6-3 edge. Unfortunately, Alfred State wasn't done either, plating five in the bottom half of the inning. With four more in the bottom of the fifth, Alfred State finished up with a 12-6 win. Walsh finished 3-for-4 and Smith was 2-for-3 with three RBIs. For Alfred State, the top four hitters combined to go 11-for-12 with seven runs scored as Claire Hartman went 4-for-4 with three runs and Lura O'Keefe was 3-for-4 with six RBIs. The second game saw the Clarkson offense stall while Wisconsin-Platteville came out swinging. The next version of the Pioneers sent 13 batters to the plate in the first inning and scored seven runs and left the bases loaded. With four more in the top of the second, Wisconsin-Platteville already had enough of a cushion to cruise to the win. Tamburro singled in the first inning, but was the only Clarkson player to record a hit in the five-inning affair. For Wisconsin-Platteville, MJ Patten was 4-for-4 with two RBIs, Ellyn Goerdt was 3-for-3 with three runs, and Haley Salazar was 3-for-4 with three runs.

Mar. 17: With runners on the corners and one out in the seventh inning, the Clarkson University Softball team had the chance to come away with its first-ever victory, but the Golden Knights rally was snuffed out and the Green and Gold finished the day winless with a 3-2 loss against Smith College and a 10-2 defeat the hands of Wisconsin-Superior Monday at the Lee County Sports Complex. In the first game, Clarkson's Jamie Bridge (Plymouth, CT) and Smith's Gina Martucci matched zeroes for the first three innings, but Smith got on the scoreboard in the fourth when Brittney Blokker singled and eventually advanced around the bases on two errors to plate the first run. The Knights responded with a run of their own in the bottom half of the inning as Katie Pelton (Auburn, NH) singled to lead off the inning and moved up to second with two outs in the inning. Senior Lisa Ferrucci (Amsterdam, NY) then singled on the first pitch she saw as a pinch-hitter and drove home Pelton to knot up the game 1-1. Smith scored two more in the fifth on a Caroline Kushner double, and Kushner rolled around the bases on a single to center by Blokker. In the bottom half of the fifth, Kat Tamburro (Frankfort, NY) walked and advanced to third on a groundout. With two outs, Jamie Bridge reached on an error ant Tamburro scampered home to make it 3-2. The bottom half of the seventh saw the Knights nearly pick up their first victory when the team opened with a walk and a single. After a fielder's choice put runners on the corners, Smith's Martucci was able to wiggle out of the jam with a comebacker and a pop up to the catcher to end the game. Tamburro reached base four times going 2-for-2 with a pair of walks while Bridge walked just one and allowed eight hits in a seven-inning complete game effort in which she struck out four. In the second game, Wisconsin-Superior jumped out front with a run in the first and three more in the second for a 4-0 lead. Clarkson responded with a run in the bottom half of the frame when Jamie Bridge reached on an error, moved up on a single, and then came around to score on a passed ball and overthrow. The Yellowjackets didn't let up, scoring two more in the third and four in the fourth for a 10-1 lead. In the bottom half of the fourth, Clarkson picked up its second run of the game as Bridge singled to lead off the inning. With one out, she moved around to third on a groundout and then scored on a single from Lou Terwilliger (Putney, VT). The offense wasn't enough, however, to keep the game from ending via the eight-run rule.


 St. Lawrence Stories | Schedule/Results | Roster

St. Lawrence University’s Chelsea Cavellier (22) races down the first base line to beat out a perfectly-executed bunt against the SUNY Potsdam Bears. The Bears split with the Saints, winning 1-0 and then falling 9-8 in extra innings. Potsdam junior pitcher Megan Johnson recorded her first collegiate no-hitter.
(Camron Waters photo)  Game Gallery

Mar. 14: On the final day of competition in Clermont, Florida the St. Lawrence softball team dropped a pair of contests to Hood College and the United States Coast Guard Academy to finish with a 5-7 record.   The day got off to a heartbreaking start for the St. Lawrence softball team as they suffered a 2-1 loss to Hood College. Hood jumped out to a 1-0 lead in the first inning after Carly Farr doubled to get things going for the Blaze. She came around to score on when Katie Jenkins ripped a hard ground ball up the middle and into centerfield.  The Blaze maintained its one-run lead through the fifth inning, as Kyle Plimpton pitched her best game of the season thus far, striking out 13 through seven innings. The junior struck out the side in the second, third and sixth innings to keep Hood off the board and give the Saints to get on the board. The Scarlet and Brown finally broke through in the top of the sixth inning with a series of singles that brought senior Leslie Stratton – who led off the inning with a single to short – around to score and evened the score at 1-1.  Cailyn Welsh picked up the RBI on Stratton's run with a fly ball single to left. But in the bottom of the seventh inning, Hood forged the go ahead and game-winning run when they capitalized on some defensive miscues by the Saints. A walk, error and then a single to right field helped the Blaze's Jackie Wenzel find her way around the bases. In the second game against the United States Coast Guard Academy, the Saints surrendered a pair of runs in the bottom of the third inning and Coast Guard never looked back. The Scarlet and Brown cut the lead in half in the top of the fourth when Natasha Bell singled, stole second and then came around to score on a line drive single by Cailyn Welsh. But Coast Guard answered with three runs in the bottom half of the inning to extend its lead to 5-1. The Saints chipped away once again their next turn at the plate, pushing two more runs across to pull within two at 5-3. Rebecca Allen led off the inning and reached first safely on an error by the second baseman and was eventually driven in by a Nicole Matthews single to short. Marissa Boyer, who also singled in the inning, scored the Saints other run by virtue of another error on the Coast Guard second baseman with Bell at the plate. But that was also for the Saints on the day, as Coast Guard added three more runs in the bottom of the sixth to put the game out of reach. Welsh led the Saints, going 2-for-3 in the contest. The next scheduled game for the Saints is set for April 1, as they'll play host to SUNY Potsdam at 3:30 p.m.

Mar. 13: A late offensive push helped Westfield State overtake the Saints in the sixth inning and eventually win the game 4-3 in the first of a two game set for the Scarlet and Brown in Clermont, Florida on Thursday. In the second game, the Saints were able to survive late offensive pressure from Salve Regina and hang on for the 9-7 win. St. Lawrence – now 5-5 on the season – was led by senior Leslie Stratton, who finished 2-for-3 on the day with an RBI and two runs scored. Her double in the third inning plated Natasha Bell and gave the Saints a 2-0 lead at the time, and Stratton scored on a fielding error in the fifth to give her team a 3-1 lead. But in the sixth inning, Westfield State put three runs across thanks to two errors, two hits and a walk to help seal the 4-3 win. Junior Kyle Plimpton pitched another complete game for the Saints, allowing five hits and striking out ten. In the second game against Salve Regina, first year Nicole Matthews was a perfect 5-for-5 at the plate for the Saints with an RBI and one run scored. In total, seven different players drove in runs for St. Lawrence. The teams were scoreless until the Saints exploded for six runs in the top of the third inning; all before Salve Regina was able to record an out. With two runners on, Matthews sent a hard ground ball into left field bringing both Bell and Stratton in to score. Hannah Sears and Cailyn Welsh both followed with singles to centerfield, with Welsh's hit plating Matthews to put the Saints up 3-0. Senior Rebecca Allen continued her hot hitting, lacing a triple into left field for two more Saints runs before Abby Hewett added a single and drove her in. And with the score 6-1 in the top of the fifth, Jordan Sheridan increased the Saints lead to 7-1 as she came around to score on an Aisha O'Connor bunt single. In the seventh inning the Saints plate two more, with the eventual game-winning run coming from Sheridan after classmate Kelly Burke singled to drive her in. Brady Cooper also scored in the inning to extend the Saints lead to 9-3. Salve came roaring back in the bottom half of the inning but Hannah Sears recorded her fifth strikeout of the day – and second of the inning – with the tying run at the plate to hold off the Seahawks.


 Potsdam Bears Stories | Schedule/Results | Roster

SUNY Potsdam manufactured a run in the bottom of the second inning Molly Zehler singled in Jenny Jones for a 1-1 tie.  The Bears rallied for six runs in the fifth inning to take the lead, then fended off a SUNY Canton rally in the 6th inning for a 7-6 win in Game 1.  Potsdam won the second contest 5-0.
(Bob LaRue photo)  Game Gallery

Mar. 25: The SUNY Potsdam softball team is still seeking its first win after four days of competition at the Dot Richardson Tournament in Clermont, Florida.  On Tuesday, the Bears lost to Saint Catherine University (MN) 14-3 in six innings and then fell 9-2 to the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh (WI) in the late game.  Potsdam took an early lead against Saint Catherine when senior centerfielder Khalshia White (Saint Regis Falls, N.Y. / Saint Regis Falls) cracked a RBI double to drive in freshman Noelle Rufa (Helena, N.Y. / Saint Lawrence Central) in the bottom of the second inning for a 1-0 advantage.    The Bears were unable to hold the lead, however, as the Wildcats (1-4) roared back with a three-run third and followed it with a five-run fourth to take command.  Offensively, Potsdam third baseman Katie Marsman (Wantagh, N.Y. / Wyoming Seminary) knocked in White on a RBI single and senior first baseman Brittany Thivierge (Schuylerville, N.Y. / Schuylerville) plated freshman Jordan Ott (Hilton, N.Y. / Hilton) on a sacrifice fly RBI in the fifth to make it 8-3. The Bears were hurt by four errors and eight walks that freshman pitcher Brittany Barr (Ogdensburg, N.Y. / Ogdensburg Free Academy) and sophomore Carina Chirinko (Fairport, N.Y. / Fairport) combined to throw on the mound.  White finished 1-for-1 with a RBI double, a walk, and a run scored.  Marsman and Thivierge each batted 1-for-3 with a RBI single while Ott drew a pair of walks, stole a base and scored a run.  Marsman also had a stolen base.  Barr (0-3) pitched four innings and allowed eight runs—only three earned—with seven hits and five walks.  For the Wildcats, Lindsey Klein went 3-for-5 with a double and three RBI.  Alyssa Luedtke batted 2-for-4 with a walk and scored twice while Jessica Tyminski went 2-for-4 with a run, walk and a RBI.  St. Kate's pitcher Rachael Thompson (1-3) tossed six innings and allowed three runs—two earned—and struck out five.  She walked four and allowed three hits. In the second game, Wisconsin-Oshkosh topped Potsdam 9-2 behind a strong pitching performance by Jill Vondrak, who went the distance and struck out nine while only walking one.  The Titans (7-3) took it to the Bears (0-8) from the start by scoring three runs in the bottom of the first inning that was spearheaded by a two-run double from junior catcher Katie Koepsel. Vondrak (4-2) struck out the side in the third and did not allow a hit until there were two outs in the sixth inning.  White had reached on a walk, stole second base and then scored on a RBI double by Ott.  Sophomore second baseman Alexis Lerman (Fayetteville, N.Y. / Jamesville-Dewitt) then reached on an error by the second baseman.  Ott came around to score on the play to cut the lead to 7-2.     Koepsel finished 2-for-3 with a pair of doubles and four RBI. Kassie Krueger went 3-for-4 with a run and a RBI and Taylor Loew was 2-for-3 with a run and a RBI.  Megan Johnson (0-3) allowed five earned runs in six innings of work.  She struck out two and walked three.  Potsdam will play the concluding games of the Dot Richardson Tournament on Wednesday starting at 9 a.m. with a game against Elmhurst College (IL) and will follow up with a 1 p.m. scheduled matinee against Concordia University (WI).

Mar. 22: The SUNY Potsdam softball team dropped both of its games on Saturday in day two of the Dot Richardson Tournament in Clermont, Florida. The Bears lost the first game to Kalamazoo College (MI) 9-0 and then were defeated by Middlebury College (VT) 10-0 in five innings in game two.  Among the highlights for the Bears included another strong showing by freshman shortstop Jordan Ott (Hilton, N.Y. / Hilton) who went 3-for-4 with two triples and a double in the opener and then reached base on a walk and stole a base in game two.  Sophomore third baseman Katie Marsman (Wantagh, N.Y. / Wyoming Seminary) hit 2-for-4 with a stolen base between the two games.  Freshman Erin Murphy (Kingston, N.Y. / Kingston), freshman Noelle Rufa (Helena, N.Y. / St. Lawrence Central), senior Khalshia White (Saint Regis Falls, N.Y. / Saint Regis Falls) and freshman Kelly Becker (Mahopac, N.Y. / Mahopoc) had all one hit apiece.  In game one, Kalamazoo pitcher Erin Duross went the distance and struck out 14 while allowing seven hits and one walk.  At the plate, Duross also drove in three runs and scored twice.  The game was broken open with a five-run Hornets fifth inning where it loaded up on six singles, an error and a pair of stolen bases to key the scoring.  Senior pitcher Megan Johnson (Heuvelton, N.Y. / Heuvelton) went the full seven innings for Potsdam, but allowed seven earned runs on 10 hits.  She struck out three.  In the second game, Alex Scibetta and Emma Hamilton each drove in a pair of runs as the Panthers scored in each inning to end the game early.  Erin Giles and Neve Sterns combined to work five innings of shutout ball while striking out six and walking two.  Senior pitcher Megan Briner (Corinth, N.Y. / Corinth) took the ball for the Bears (0-4) and allowed seven earned runs and nine hits in four innings.

SUNY New Paltz's Emily Frawley (2) hook slides to avoid the tag at second base from SUNY Potsdam shortstop Sami Brown (4) from Canton, NY. After building a 4-1 lead in the fourth inning of Game 1, New Paltz rallied to win the opener 8-4, The Hawks swept the nightcap 15-4.  (Bob LaRue photo)  Game Gallery

NCSN Women's College Softball

canton ROOS dominate new rochelle in double header

 Canton Roos Stories | Schedule/Results | Roster

SUNY Canton’s Nicole Mulieri (4) is out be a stride at first base in Wednesday's game against St. Lawrence. The Roos surged in the final inning but still fell short to the Saints 6-3.
(Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Mar 29: The SUNY Canton offense erupted and the pitching staff was near perfect as the softball team swept host the College of New Rochelle, 28-1 and 23-0 , on Saturday. Shaylah Morris (Berlin, NY) got her first start of the season throwing five innings and giving up only one hit and one run, which was unearned. The junior struck out nine batters and surrendered just one walk. Shannon Dowling (Oneida, NY) went 3-for-4 from the plate with a two run homer. The Oneida, NY native had 3 RBIs and scored three runs. Stephanie LaValley (Champlain, NY) went 2-for-4 with a double and a three run shot. The home run was LaValley's first collegiate round tripper. She totaled three RBIs and crossed the plate four times. Sharon Cordero also had two hits with scoring three runs and knocking in three.
Jordan Podkladek (Gansevoort, NY)got the start on the mound in game two throwing a perfect game through three innings. She gave up only two hits and struck out nine batters in five innings. Hallie Fenti (Hornell, NY) went 3-for-4 with two triples and a two run homerun. She had 4 RBIs and scored three runs. Jessica Rhodes (Alpine, NY) and Shannon Cole (Goshen, NY) also homered en route to the 23-0 Roo victory. Cole's homer was the first four-bagger of her young collegiate career.

Mar. 13: After a number of close games the SUNY Canton softball team finished off Spring Training strong as it defeated Cairn University in a 1-0 shut out Thursday afternoon. Shannon Dowling went 3-for-6 today including driving in the game-winning run on a triple against Cairn. Shannon Dowling (Oneida, NY) tripled to right field with two outs in the top of the third to bring home Stephanie LaValley (Champlain, NY) for the game-winning run as the softball team completed its final game of Spring Training in Myrtle Beach. Cairn (2-1) loaded the bases with no outs in the bottom of the seventh inning but the SUNY Canton defense came up huge. Kristyn Reynolds (Malone, NY) fielded a ground ball and gunned it home to Dowling for the force out at the plate. With one out Cairn attempted a squeeze bunt. Hallie Fenti (Hornell, NY), playing way in at her first base position, scooped up the ball and stepped on home plate before turning and firing to Reynolds at first to complete the game-ending double play. Ashley Merritt (Watertown, NY) got the start on the mound picking up her first win of the season going four innings while striking out three batters. Jordan Podkladek (Gansevoort, NY) came on in relief earning the first save of her young career. The two pitchers along with superb Roo defense combined to hold the 31 batters they faced scoreless. The Roos dropped their first game of the day, 14-2, to Wesley College (7-2). Dowling went 2-for-3 from the plate  Ashley Merritt earned the win on Thursday. scoring a run, while Kaylin Switzer had the lone RBI for SUNY Canton. LaValley and Podkladek both saw action on the mound for the Roos.   This concludes the softball team's Spring Break trip. They will return to action March 22nd when they hit the road for a double header against Penn State Schuylkill.


 Plattsburgh Stories | Schedule/Results | Roster

SUNY Plattsburgh’s Emily McDonagh (26) avoids being doubled off third base after a line-drive catch.  Plattsburgh swept Oswego 6-0, 5-4.  (Camron Waters photo) Game Gallery

Mar. 22: In their final day of Florida action, the Plattsburgh State softball team was unable to find its way back to the win column as the Cardinals dropped decisions to Amherst College and RIT.   GAME ONE – Amherst College 10, Plattsburgh State 6 The Lord Jeffs put a four-spot on the board in the first inning while Kristin Fisher was in the circle for Plattsburgh State. A trio of RBI singles as well as an RBI double by Carolyn Miller helped the Lord Jeffs build their early 4-0 lead.   Plattsburgh State got one back in the home half of the leadoff frame when a double by Brianna Clarke scored Brittany Marshall.   Taking over in the circle from the second inning on was Morgan Anderson who allowed two more runs by the Lord Jeffs. The first came by way of a bases loaded hit by pitch in the third while the second was the result of an Alena Marovitz triple in the top of the fifth inning.   Kerry McCarty sliced into the Cardinals' 6-1 deficit in the home portion of the sixth. An RBI single by the sophomore plated Shelby Heyward.   Amherst tacked on four more runs in the seventh when Kelsey Ayers and Donna Leet each came up with two-run singles.   A comeback bid was in store for the Cardinals in the home half of the seventh. Marshall drove in a run with single before Heyward brought in another two with a two-run double. Kristine Gay plated Heyward with a sacrifice fly, but a groundout squashed the Cardinals' chances of a come-from-behind victory.   Fisher (0-3) took the loss for the Cardinals while Arielle Doering picked up the win for the Lord Jeffs by working six innings.   GAME TWO – RIT 7, Plattsburgh State 6 Trailing 4-1 entering the top portion of the seventh frame, the Cardinals staged a great comeback to take a 6-4 lead only to see it evaporate with three runs by the Tigers in the bottom half of the final inning.   Much as she did in the Cardinals' first tilt on Friday, Sam Capobianco staked her team to an early 1-0 lead when her RBI single in the leadoff frame plated Brittany Marshall.   RIT, though, produced runs in each of the first three innings. The first pair came during the first set of at bats for the Tigers when Sarah Wolcott sent a two-run double to right center field.   Cardinals' starter Sam Moss was hit with her third run of the day in the second before giving up another RBI double in the third.   After mustering just one run through the first six frames, the Cardinals finally solved RIT starter Emma Sarles in the last inning. An error, another single by Capobianco and a base on balls to Kerry McCarty loaded the bases for Samantha Tenney who made it a two-run game with a sacrifice fly.   Another walk issued by Sarles loaded the bags up once again, allowing Kayla Rabideau to lace an RBI single up the middle of the Tigers' infield. An error by RIT's center fielder allowed both McCarty and pinch runner Courtney Hilligas to come around and knot matters at four.   A wild pitch by RIT reliever Sierra Valentine and a sacrifice fly off the bat of Brianna Clarke made the scores 6-4 with the Tigers coming up to bat for the final time.   Moss began the frame with a punchout before an RIT double followed by an RBI single trimmed the Cardinals' edge to 6-5. Wolcott struck for another RBI single to knot things before Kaylee Mathews completed the Tigers' comeback bid with a walk-off infield single.   Plattsburgh State stranded 13 runners on the base paths in the narrow loss, which belonged to Moss (2-5). Capobianco struck for three of the nine Plattsburgh State hits while Rabudeau added two of her own. Each of them recorded an RBI and drew a walk.   Valentine (1-1) earned the win for the Tigers, working 2/3 of an inning. Wolcott (3-for-4) had three of the seven RBI for RIT.   With their 2014 Florida scheduled in the history books, the Cardinals will head back north to begin State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC) play. On Friday, the Cardinals will begin their conference schedule with a trip to SUNY Cortland to take on the Red Dragons. First pitch of the league doubleheader is scheduled for 3 p.m.

Mar. 21: The Plattsburgh State softball team fell to a pair of WIAC schools in non-conference action on Friday morning. The Cardinals see their 2014 record dip to 2-8.   GAME ONE – Wisconsin-Whitewater 7, Plattsburgh State 3 (7 inn.) A pair of costly Plattsburgh State errors helped Wisconsin-Whitewater rack up four unearned runs to earn the win in their first 2014 action.   The Cardinals got on the board first in the tilt between the SUNYAC and WIAC institutions. Nicole Chiarello began the game with an infield single before Brittany Marshall was hit with an offering by the Warhawks' Bekka Houda.   After a pair of outs, Chirello swiped third base and went on to advance home as Marshall stole second.   UW-Whitewater wrestled the lead away from the Cardinals for good in the bottom of the second when the Warhawks put four runs on the board. Sam Capobianco committed an error early in the inning, and a sacrifice fly, and RBI single and a pair of bases-loaded walks issued by Plattsburgh State starter Sam Moss all wound up going as unearned runs.   Plattsburgh State cut its deficit in half when Kristine Gay drew a bases-loaded walk of her own that scored Natasha Schultz in the top of the third.   It remained a 4-2 game until the Warhawks added an RBI double in the bottom of the fifth before finishing off their scoring with two RBI singles in the home portion of the sixth.   The Cardinals got one back when Brianna Clarke doubled to left field and scored Marshall to make it a 7-3 game.   Moss (2-4) pitched the complete game for Plattsburgh State, allowing seven runs on nine hits and four walks. Houda picked up the win with a complete game effort of her own. The Warhawk fanned eight batters and gave up seven hits and a trio of walks. Clarke (2-for-4) and Gay (1-for-2) each had an RBI.   Six different players collected at least one RBI for the Warhawks.   GAME TWO – Wisconsin-Stout 5, Plattsburgh State 0 (7 inn.) Kristin Fisher (0-2) matched zeroes with Stout's Tori Workman through four innings, but the Blue Devils were finally able to get to the Plattsburgh, N.Y., product in the top of the fifth inning.   After inducing the first out of the frame, Fisher allowed three consecutive singles to load the bases. What appeared to be a sure out was instead misplayed by the Plattsburgh State right fielder, allowing a pair of Blue Devils to score.   Wisconsin-Stout added two more runs in the frame by way of RBI singles from Workman and Hannah Sweet.   The Blue Devils plated their final run of the contest on a one-out RBI double by Kaitlin Stark in the sixth inning.   Workman (8-5) was almost untouchable as she allowed just seven Plattsburgh State batters to reach the base paths in the seven-inning tilt. Marshall, Kerry McCarty and Natasha Schultz produced the only three hits of the game for the Cardinals.

NCSN College Softball Scores


RIT 13, Clarkson 1 (1st game)
RIT 2, Clarkson 1 (2nd game)
SUNY Cortland 7, SUNY Potsdam 1 (1st game)
SUNY Cortland 6, SUNY Potsdam 3 (2nd game)
Alfred State 10, SUNY Canton 0 (1st game)
Alfred State 2, SUNY Canton 0 (2nd game)
RPI 6, St. Lawrence University 1 (1st game)
RPI 5, St. Lawrence University 3 (2nd game)
SUNY Plattsburgh 3, Oswego State 2 1st game)
SUNY Plattsburgh 18, Oswego State 7 (2nd game)



Union 7, St. Lawrence University 1 (1st game)
Union 10, St. Lawrence University 2 (2nd game)
SUNY Fredonia 3, SUNY Potsdam 2 (1st game)
SUNY Potsdam 4. SUNY Fredonia 0 (2nd game)
SUNY Canton 5, Alfred State 3 (1st game)
SUNY Canton 7, Alfred State 4 (2nd Game)
Rochester 8, Clarkson 0 (1st Game)
Rochester 5, Clarkson 1 (2nd Game)
Buffalo State 9, SUNY Plattsburgh 8 (1st game)
Buffalo State 9, SUNY Plattsburgh 1 (2nd game)


FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 2014

SUNY Plattsburgh 10, SUNY Fredonia 9 (1st game)
SUNY Fredonia 2, SUNY Plattsburgh 1 (2nd game)
SUNY Potsdam at Buffalo (2) postponed



Union 6, Clarkson 0 (1st game)
Union 14, Clarkson 0 (2nd game)



SUNY Canton 28, New Rochelle 1 (1st game)
SUNY Canton 23, New Rochelle 0 (2nd game)



Elmhurst 10, SUNY Potsdam 0 (1st game)
Concordia 4, SUNY Potsdam 0 (2nd game)



St. Catherine's 12, SUNY Potsdam 3 (1st game)
Wisconsin-Oshkosh 9, SUNY Potsdam 2 (2nd game)



Kalamazoo 9, SUNY Potsdam 0 (1st game)
Middlebury 10 SUNY Potsdam 0 (2nd game)
Amherst 7, SUNY Plattsburgh 6
SUNY Canton at Penn State Schuylkill (2), ppd.


FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 2014

Alfred State 12, Clarkson 6 (1st game)
Wisconsin-Platteville 13, Clarkson 0 (2nd game)
Wisconsin-Whitewater 7, Plattsburgh 3 (1st game)
Wisconsin-Stout 5, SUNY Plattsburgh 0 (2nd game)
Rutgers-Camden 5, SUNY Potsdam 0 (1st game)
Amherst 11, SUNY Potsdam 0 (2nd game)



Utica College 8, SUNY Plattsburgh 0 (1st game)
SUNY Plattsburgh 15, Allegheny 6 (2nd game)
SUNY Brockport 8, Clarkson 1 (1st game)
Univ. of New England 16, Clarkson 2 (2nd game)



UMass-Dartmouth 8, Clarkson 2 (1st game)
Wooster College 4, Clarkson 0 (2nd game)
SUNY Plattsburgh 2, Eastern Connecticut 1 (1st)
Fontbonne University 4, SUNY Plattsburgh 0 (2nd)


SUNDAY, MARCH 16, 2014

SUNY Oneonta 7, Clarkson 0 (1st game)
Rutgers-Newark 11, Clarkson 3 (2nd game)
Keene State 4, SUNY Plattsburgh 3 (1st game)
Wisconsin-River Falls 6, Plattsburgh 5 (2nd game)



North Park 4, Clarkson 0 (1st game)
Ohio Wesleyan 12, Clarkson 0 (2nd game)
Babson 10, SUNY Plattsburgh 2 (1st game)
Benedictine 9, SUNY Plattsburgh 0 (2nd game)


FRIDAY, MARCH 14, 2014

Hood 2, St. Lawrence University 1 (1st game)
Coast Guard 8, St. Lawrence University 3 (2nd game)



Wesley 14, SUNY Canton 2 (1st game)
SUNY Canton 1, Cairn 0 (2nd game)
Westfield State 4, St. Lawrence Univ. 3 (1st game)
St. Lawrence University 9, Salve Regina 7 (2nd game)



Blackburn 6, SUNY Canton 5
Millikin University 16, St. Lawrence 7 (1st game)
St. Lawrence University 7, Wesleyan 4 (2nd game)



Eureka College 4, SUNY Canton 0 (1st game)
Principia College 3, SUNY Canton 2 (2nd game)


MONDAY, MARCH 10, 2014

Ohio Valley University 16, SUNY Canton 8
Cazenovia 1, SUNY Canton 0

St. Lawrence University 10, Lancaster Bible 2



Univ. of Pittsburgh at Greensburg 2, SUNY Canton 1
Gettysburg College 15, SUNY Canton 3 (2nd game)
St. Lawrence 5, Worcester Polytechnic 3 (1st game)
Stevenson 12, St. Lawrence University 1 (2nd game)



Heidelberg 3, St. Lawrence University 2
Case Western Reserve 7, St. Lawrence University 1





Liberty League Tournament - Third Round
Rochester 3, St. Lawrence 2 (eliminates Saints)


FRIDAY, MAY 3, 2013

Liberty League Double Elimination Tournament
RPI 1, St. Lawrence University 0 (1st round)
SUNYAC Double-Elimination Tournament
SUNY Cortland 2, Plattsburgh 1 (1st round), 13 inns.
SUN Y Plattsburgh 8, SUNY Oswego 5 (2nd round)



SUNYAC Double-Elimination Tournament
SUNY Plattsburgh 7, SUNY Geneseo 4



St. Lawrence University 8, Hamilton 3 (1st game)
St. Lawrence University 5, Hamilton 4 (2nd game)



St. Lawrence University 10, SUNY Canton 2 (1st)
St. Lawrence University 9, SUNY Canton 0 (2nd)
Buffalo State 6, SUNY Potsdam 0 (1st game)
Buffalo State 1, SUNY Potsdam 0  (2nd game)
SUNY Plattsburgh 5, SUNY Fredonia 4 (1st game)
SUNY Fredonia 4, SUNY Plattsburgh 3 (2nd game)


FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 2013

St. Lawrence University 12, SUNY Canton 0
 SUNY Potsdam 5, SUNY Fredonia 3 (1st game)
 SUNY Fredonia 13, SUNY Potsdam 4 (2nd game)
 SUNY Plattsburgh 2, Buffalo State 0 (1st game)
 SUNY Plattsburgh 5, Buffalo State 3 (2nd game)



St. Lawrence University 2, Elmira 1 (1st game)
Elmira 6, St. Lawrence University 0 (2nd game)
SUNY Potsdam 3, SUNY Canton 0 (1st game)
SUNY Potsdam 8, SUNY Canton 0 (2nd game)


MONDAY, APRIL 22, 2013

SUNY Potsdam 3, St. Lawrence University 0 (1st )
St. Lawrence University 11, SUNY Potsdam 8 (2nd)


SUNDAY, APRIL 21, 2013

SUNY Canton 5. Fisher College 4 (1st game)
SUNY Canton 12, Fisher College 4 (2nd game)
SUNY Plattsburgh 6, SUNY Potsdam 4 (1st game)
SUNY Plattsburgh 6, SUNY Potsdam 5 (2nd), 10 inn



St. Lawrence University 8, Skidmore 5 (1st game)
St. Lawrence University 9, Skidmore 0 (2nd game)
SUNY Canton 6, Fisher College 1
SUNY Plattsburgh at SUNY Potsdam, postponed



Hamilton 5, SUNY Potsdam 0 (1st game)
Hamilton 8, SUNY Potsdam 5 (2nd game)



St. Lawrence University 6, SUNY Canton 3


MONDAY, APRIL 15, 2013

SUNY Oswego 18, SUNY Potsdam 0 (1st game)
SUNY Potsdam 3, SUNY Oswego 1 (2nd game)
SUNY Plattsburgh 6, SUNY Cortland 1 (1st game)
SUNY Cortland 11, SUNY Plattsburgh 3 (2nd game)


SUNDAY, APRIL 14, 2013

Rochester 6, St. Lawrence University 0 (1st game)
St. Lawrence University 1, Rochester 0 (2nd game)
SUNY Plattsburgh 6, SUNY Oswego 0 (1st game)
SUNY Plattsburgh 5, SUNY Oswego 4 (2nd game)
SUNY Cortland 12, SUNY Potsdam 6 (1st game)
SUNY Cortland 12, SUNY Potsdam 2 (2nd game)



RIT 1, St. Lawrence University 0 (1st game)
St. Lawrence University 4, RIT 3 (2nd game)
SUNY Cortland at SUNY Plattsburgh (DH), ppd 4/15
SUNY Potsdam at SUNY Oswego (DH), postponed



St. Lawrence University at Hamilton (DH), ppd.
SUNY Potsdam at SUNYIT (DH), postponed



SUNY Plattsburgh 2, Union 0 (1st game)
SUNY Plattsburgh 8, Union 4 (2nd game)



SUNY Oneonta 10, SUNY Canton 0 (1st game)
SUNY Oneonta 7, SUNY Canton 6 (2nd game)



Union 9, St. Lawrence University 1 (1st game)
St. Lawrence University 6, Union 0 (2nd game)
Briarcliffe College 8, SUNY Canton 1 (1st game)
Briarcliffe College 7, SUNY Canton 2 (2nd game)



Brooklyn College 6, SUNY Canton 4 (1st game)
SUNY Canton 4, Brooklyn College 3 (2nd game)
SUNY Oneonta 9, SUNY Potsdam 3 (1st game)
SUNY Oneonta 5, SUNY Potsdam 0 (2nd game)
SUNY New Paltz 3, SUNY Plattsburgh 0 (1st game)
SUNY New Paltz 11, SUNY Plattsburgh 8 (2nd game)
Rensselaer 10, St. Lawrence University 2 (1st game)

St. Lawrence University 2, Rensselaer 0 (2nd game)



SUNY New Paltz 15, SUNY Potsdam 0 (1st game)
SUNY New Paltz 3, SUNY Potsdam 2 (2nd game)
SUNY Plattsburgh 9, SUNY Oneonta 5 (1st game)
SUNY Plattsburgh 3 SUNY Oneonta 1 (2nd game)



SUNY Potsdam 1, St. Lawrence Univ. 0 (1st game)
St. Lawrence Univ. 9, SUNY Potsdam 8 (2nd game)
SUNY Canton 9, Wells College 2 (1st game)
SUNY Canton 18, Wells College 2 (2nd game)
RPI 4, SUNY Plattsburgh 2 (1st game)
SUNY Plattsburgh 4, RPI 3 (2nd game)



SUNY Geneseo 9, SUNY Potsdam 1 (1st game)
SUNY Geneseo 10, SUNY Potsdam 2 (2nd game)
SUNY Brockport 6, SUNY Plattsburgh 5 (1st Game)
SUNY Brockport 3, SUNY Plattsburgh 1
(2nd Game)


FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 2013

SUNY Brockport 9, SUNY Potsdam 0 (1st game)
SUNY Brockport 5, SUNY Potsdam 1 (2nd game)
SUNY Canton 15, Fisher College 0 (1st game)
SUNY Canton 14, Fisher College 8 (2nd game)
SUNY Plattsburgh 6, SUNY Geneseo 1 (1st game)
SUNY Plattsburgh 5, SUNY Geneseo 4 (2nd game)



Prairie State 2, SUNY Potsdam 0

Prairie State 15, SUNY Potsdam 5



SUNY Potsdam 5, Purchase College 3
SUNY Potsdam 8, Elgin College 4


MONDAY, MARCH 25, 2013

SUNY Potsdam 3, Rainy River College 0
SUNY Potsdam 7, Elgin College 2



Penn State Abington 9, SUNY Canton 1 (1st game)
SUNY Canton 10, Penn State Abington 6 (2nd game)

Loras College 11, SUNY Potsdam 4
SUNY Potsdam 10, Carroll University 9


FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 2013

SUNY Potsdam 14, Ecclesia College 6
SUNY Potsdam 5. Madison College 0
SUNY Plattsburgh 10, William Patterson 2
Wisconsin-Whitewater 3, SUNY Plattsburgh 2



Tufts 3, SUNY Plattsburgh 0
Bethany College 8, SUNY Plattsburgh 0



SUNY Plattsburgh 12, Trinity College 8
SUNY Plattsburgh 1, UMass Boston 0


MONDAY, MARCH 18, 2013

SUNY Plattsburgh 1, Western New England 0
Plymouth State 3, SUNY Plattsburgh 2


SUNDAY, MARCH 17, 2013

SUNY Canton 13, Penn State Allegheny 0 (1st game)
SUNY Canton 23, Penn State Allegheny 1 (2nd game)
SUNY Plattsburgh 4, Babson College 1
SUNY Plattsburgh 8, Amherst College 7



SUNY Plattsburgh 4, Ramapo 1
Keene State 6, SUNY Plattsburgh 3
SUNY Canton 19, Penn State Greater Allegheny 2


FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 2013

St. Lawrence University 4, Franciscan  OH 3
Lawrence WI 2, St. Lawrence University 0



Simmons, MA 8, St. Lawrence University 0
Hood, MD 10, St. Lawrence University 0



St. Lawrence University 6, Univ. of Texas-Dallas 5
Wesleyan 9, St. Lawrence University 1


MONDAY, MARCH 11, 2013

St. Lawrence University 4, Westfield State 1
St. Lawrence University 16, Franciscan 1
SUNY Canton 7, SUNY Cobleskill 0 (1st game)
SUNY Cobleskill 3, SUNY Canton 2 (2nd game)


SUNDAY, MARCH 10, 2013

Monmouth 3, St. Lawrence University 0
St. Lawrence University 5, Becker 3



St. Lawrence University 4, Manhattanville 3
Case Western Reserve (OH) 6, St. Lawrence Univ. 0