2015 Season Opening Softball Headlines:

SUNY Canton Blisters New Rochelle in Twinbill 31-2, 43-0

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CLARKSON sweeps n. england in first extras & mercy rule

Clarkson Stories | Schedule/Results | Roster

March 14: Freshman Katie Scott delivered an RBI-single in the bottom of the 10th to start a great day for the Clarkson University Softball team as the Golden Knights earned their first ever extra-inning win, 4-3 over Smith College, and first ever mercy-rule victory, a 10-2 victory against New England College.  The Golden Knights moved to 3-1 on the season and will face Plymouth State and Worcester State on Sunday afternoon. Smith College scored one in the fourth on a sacrifice fly and another in the fifth on a bunt single to take a 2-0 lead through five innings, but in the bottom half of the sixth Clarkson tied the score at 2-2. Summer Lancette led off the inning with a single and stole second and had no trouble coming around on a double by Raeanna Dunn. Jamie Bridge then singled to advance Dunn to third and Chelsea Elliott had enough juice on her flyball to score Dunn on a sacrifice fly. After a scoreless seventh, the game moved to extra innings with each frame beginning with a runner on second base. The Pioneers scored in the top of the eighth on a sacrifice fly, but Clarkson responded with a run of its own when Jamie Bridge legged out a two-out infield single that brushed off the pitchers glove enough for her to beat the throw from the shortstop, allowing MacKenzie Pelton to score from third. In the top of the ninth, the Knights lucked out with a double play, getting a harmless pop out to the pitcher and then doubling up the runner at third, but Clarkson was unable to score in the bottom half of the inning. That would change in the bottom of the tenth, as Erika Jenson began the inning on second base, moved up to third on a Katie Pelton groundout, and raced home when Katie Scott singled to the third baseman and allowed Jenson to score. In the nightcap played a few hours after the conclusion of the first game, Clarkson was able to run up an eight-run advantage to earn a 10-2 win against New England College. 

March 13: Jamie Bridge whiffed 10 and delivered an infield single that drove in the winning run to help the Clarkson University Softball team earn a split on opening day, downing Fredonia 4-3 before suffering a 2-0 loss to Heidelberg in the nightcap. The Golden Knights start the season at 1-1, winning their first game earlier than last year when the team started 0-19. Fredonia began its season with a loss, while Heidelberg improved to 5-2.  In the opener for the Knights, Fredonia began the game with two runs in the first three innings. In the top of the second inning Cherise Gunnell singled, moved up on another second and reached third on a sacrifice bunt before coming around on a wild pitch. The next inning, Nikki Lent led off the inning with a triple to the left-center gap and quickly rounded the bases standing on third. An overthrow on the relay back in allowed Lent to score easily to give the Blue Devils a 2-0 lead. Clarkson quickly responded in the bottom half of the inning, tying the game with two runs of its own. Summer Lancette walked, stole second and then scored on an error which saw Jamie Bridge reach. Bridge then advanced on a wild pitch and came around on a double by Chelsea Elliott, tying the game at 2-2. It wasn't until the bottom half of the sixth that Clarkson scored the runs that would clinch the win. With two outs and runners on second and third, Bridge hit a ball back up the box and she was able to beat the throw to first. Not only did that allow the runner to score from third, but Dunn never stopped running, coming home to give the Knights a 4-2 advantage. The run would be key as the Blue Devils scored one run when Gunnell doubled to lead off the top of the seventh and scored on a single. Bridge was able to pick up a groundball to end the game. Bridge finished with 10 strikeouts, allowing just a single walk and six hits in seven innings. Aldyn Carlson gave up four hits and four walks, striking out three in six innings for Fredonia. In game two, Heidelberg and Clarkson went scoreless for the first five frames, with each team getting out of jams. Clarkson was able to survive a first-inning threat when Chelsea Elliott snagged a pop fly and then shoveled the ball to first to complete a double play, and in the second Katie Pelton picked a liner out of the air to help minimize a threat. However, Heidelberg broke through in the bottom of the sixth when Abbey McKee led off the inning with a double to left. Kayla Zachrich singled up the middle to score one, and Randi Kelsey then delivered a two-out single to for a 2-0 lead, too much for the Knights to overcome. Erin Chapman gained her second win of the season, allowing four hits and a walk, striking out six in seven innings. Katie Pelton was saddled with the loss, scattering nine hits and a walk in six innings, striking out a pair. 


 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: After trading runs with Western New England in both the fourth and eighth innings, the St. Lawrence softball team was able to capitalize on a throwing error and push home a run in the bottom of the ninth to win 3-2 and earn a split on their first day of competition in Clermont, Fla. First-year Emma Reakes led off the bottom of the ninth for the Saints, while classmate Jacqueline Dufour started as the runner on second for the inning. Reakes hit a slow roller toward the mound and Western New England pitcher Heidi Grieger fielded it cleanly, but she put the throw in the dirt and it skipped behind her first baseman; allowing to score all the way from second. "I'm really proud of the way the girls played this afternoon," Head Coach Elisa Van Kirk said. "That was one of the most fun games I've been a part of as a coach. We did all the little things we needed to do to get runners on base and find a way to win – everyone contributed, it was a team victory." St. Lawrence came-from-behind on two different occasions and didn't lead until Dufour came around to win the game. Western New England took a 1-0 lead in the top of the fourth inning on a double by Alexis Bukowski, but first-year Kylee Knight plated the Saints first run of the season in the bottom half of the frame with a single to center field that brought Kelsey Murphy around to score and tie the game at 1-1. In the top of the eighth inning the Golden Bears regained the lead on a run by Jocelyn Agnelli, who started on second for the visitors. In the bottom half of the inning, with the game on the line, Knight hustled down the line to beat out a throw from short; earning an infield single and advancing runner Carly Dziekan to third. Senior Aisha O'Connor then hit a hard ground ball to second that took a wild hop over the second baseman's glove and into short left field, scoring Dziekan to force the decisive ninth inning.   Senior pitcher Kyle Plimpton struck out 14 in the win for St. Lawrence. She was also the pitcher of record in the Saints first game of the day; a 2-0 loss to Babson. Both of Babson's runs came from a triple by Madison DiNaso that split the St. Lawrence outfielders in right center and rolled to the wall. Despite outhitting the Beavers 7-4, the Saints left nine runners on base in the contest. Babson worked out of a bases loaded jam in the top of the fifth to keep the Saints off the board. Jordan Sheridan got the Saints started with a slap single to shallow right field; Kylee Knight followed with her second hit of the day – also to right. Aisha O'Connor walked to load them up, but Kelsey Murphy popped out to short and Jacqueline Dufour struck out swinging to end the threat. Plimpton was also the pitcher of record against the Beavers; striking out eight. At the plate, each of the first-year students (Knight , Kelsey Murphy, Dufour, Reakes and Laura Finley)  recorded a hit on their first day of collegiate competition, as Kylee Knight led the Saints with a combined five hits on the day. She and Finley both recorded three hits in the second game win. The Saints will continue their Florida schedule with games against Wesleyan and Macalester at 5:00 and 7:00 pm, respectively, on Sunday afternoon.  


 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

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 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

March 28: The SUNY Canton softball team saw its offense explode en route to a sweep of host College of New Rochelle on Saturday afternoon. The wins improve the Roos to 4-6, while the Blue Angels drop to 0-4.   SUNY Canton took the opening game in convincing fashion, 31-2. Annie Sharlow (Malone, NY) earned her second win of the season on the mound, while Makenzie Rowe (Gouverneur, NY) saw time in relief.   The Roos continued to roll on all cylinders in game two earning a 43-0 victory. Kelsey Morgan (Central Square, NY) also picked up her second victory of the season as both freshmen were dominant in the circle.

March 12: Freshman Rachel Thornhill (Heuvelton, NY) went a perfect 3-for-3 from the plate with 4 RBIs in her first college game as SUNY Canton defeated Cairn University 11-3 to earn a split in its final games at Myrtle Beach on Thursday.   Classmate Annie Sharlow (Malone, NY) did not surrender a single earned run as she picked up her first collegiate victory. The Roos would drop a well-played contest to Penn State Altoona, 2-1, in the nightcap.   Game 1 Thornhill led three Roos with three hits as she finished with a triple and double on six total bases. Arianna Maldonado (Utica, NY) and Kaleigh Foran (Fort Ann, NY) posted three hits each with an RBI and two runs scored apiece.   Rhea Coad (Wheatfield, NY), Shannon Dowling (Oneida, NY) and Kelsey Morgan (Central Square, NY) all had multi-hit games, while Morgan drove in two runs. The Roos had 18 hits in the game as a complete team effort led them to victory.   Cairn got off to a quick start plating three runs in the opening inning, all of which were unearned, as the Roos had three defensive miscues. The Roos responded with one run in the bottom half of the first as Morgan singled to right plating Coad.   The Roos would erupt for five runs in the second inning as the bats heated up. Sharlow led off with a single and advanced to second on a wild pitch. Maldonado singled and advanced to second putting runners in scoring position for Thornhill in her first college at-bat. The freshman from Heuvelton tripled down the left field line emptying the bases and then scored on a wild pitch. Morgan singled home Foran and Dowling used a base hit to bring Morgan across as the Roos led 6-3 after two.   SUNY Canton added two more runs each in the third and fourth innings. Foran singled home Thornhill and Coad followed with a triple to left to plate Foran. In the fourth inning a Thornhill double brought both Maldonado and Dowling home as Canton opened up a 10-1 advantage.   Dowling reached base in the sixth on an error and Morgan Wicks (Hartford, NY) pinch ran for her advancing all the way to third after a wild pitch and passed ball. Maldonado ended the game with an RBI single to right for the run-rule victory.   Sharlow threw six innings without giving up an earned run as she struck out three batters and gave up just four hits in her first win.   Game 2 The second game of the day would prove to be a pitcher's duel. Morgan was strong on the mound giving up two runs on seven hits over six innings of work. The freshman struck out six batters for the game.   The Lions (6-2) did their damage in the third inning as Clarissa Keller grounded out to short scoring Mikayla Teel. Shannon Moore would follow with a single to left center to bring in Alamaria Miller.   The Roos (2-6) would get one back in the top of the fourth as Morgan singled through the left side with one out. Wicks pinch-ran and moved from first to third on a base hit by Kaitlyn Tibbetts (Farmingville, NY). With two down Stefanie Miller (Latham, NY) reached on an error scoring Wicks.   Trailing by just one in the top of the sixth the Roos looked to tie the game after Tibbetts reached on an error with one out by the left fielder and advanced to second. With two down Miller drove a ball to dead center field nearly at the wall but Altoona's Miller was able to make the catch to retire the side.   SUNY Canton had another great chance in the top of the seventh with the game on the line. Maldonado led off with what would have been a sure double down the right field line but Mackenzie Strubhar made a leaping catch to rob her at first.   With one down Stephanie LaValley (Champlain, NY) legged out an infield single and advanced to second on a wild pitch. Foran singled deep in the hole to shortstop as LaValley moved over to third with two down. Coad made good contact back to the pitcher but Colleen Meehan scooped up the ground ball and fired to first to end the game. This completes the Roos spring break trip to Myrtle Beach. They will return to the diamond Friday, March 20th for a night doubleheader at Wilkes University beginning at 5:30 p.m.

March 10: Kaleigh Foran (Fort Ann, NY) led the SUNY Canton softball team going 4-for-7 on the day but it wasn't enough as the Roos (1-5) dropped a pair of games in the Fastpitch Dreams Spring Classic. SUNY Canton dropped its opening game 12-2 in 5 innings to the University of Dallas before being defeated 8-3 by Principia College in the nightcap.   Game 1 The Roos were ready to go as they scored both of their runs in the opening inning. Foran opened the game with a single through the left side and Rhea Coad (Wheatfield, NY) moved her over to second with a sacrifice bunt. Shannon Dowling (Oneida, NY) reached on a fielder's choice and an error by the third baseman allowed her to move to second and Foran to reach third with one out. Stefanie Miller (Latham, NY) singled through the right side to bring home Dowling and Foran as SUNY Canton led 2-0 after one.   The University of Dallas bats would heat up as they scored at least one run in every inning besides the first en route to the 10 run mercy rule win. Madison Goforth and Taylor Garcia each drove in three runs. Miller paced the Roos with 2 RBI's as the team was held to just three hits.   Kelsey Morgan (Central Square, NY) surrendered four earned runs over three innings, while Stephanie LaValley (Champlain, NY) replaced her in relief.   Game 2 Principia scored a pair of runs in the first inning in game two. However, SUNY Canton responded with one in the bottom half when Kaitlyn Tibbetts (Farmingville, NY) singled through the left side scoring Coad on the play.   Principia took a 4-1 lead in the top of the fourth but SUNY Canton kept the game within one after their at-bats in the bottom of the frame. Foran singled down the left field line to score Jessica Rhodes and Coad hit a sacrifice fly to left center to plate Arianna Maldonado.   The Panthers added four runs over the final three innings to secure the 8-3 victory. Annie Sharlow (Malone, NY) took the loss on the mound for the Roos tossing seven innings while surrendering five earned runs and striking out three.


 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

March 14: Like the vast majority of college students do this time of year, the Plattsburgh State softball team waved goodbye to the snow and chilly temperatures of the north and embarked on a spring break journey to Florida. This trip, though, was strictly business for the Cardinals and they popped the cork on their 2015 campaign by going 1-1 in their first of 14 games in the Sunshine State.  GAME ONE: No. 22 William Patterson 1, Plattsburgh State 0 Tasked with trying to take out one of the nation's top teams in their first start of the season, the Cardinals received an excellent start in the pitching circle by senior Kristin Fisher. The Plattsburgh, N.Y., product matched zeroes with Pioneer starter Kerrin Dys through the first three innings of the game and also registered the Cardinals' first hit of the year when she punched a one-out single into the outfield in the top of the second. Fisher worked her way out of a jam in the second. With Pioneers on second and third with just one out, the final-year hurler induced a popout and fanned Dys to spoil William Patterson's chance for offense. William Patterson scored the game's lone run in the bottom of the fourth. After Fisher punched out the first two batters she faced, Christina Austin pushed a single through the Cardinals' infield. The Cardinals' only error of the tilt would prove costly, though, as Dys reached on an errant throw. Austin was able to scamper around the bases, providing all the offense the Pioneers needed in the process. It looked as though the Cardinals had something cooking in the top of the fifth as sophomore Hope VanBrocklin drew a base on balls before Kelsey Gage stepped to the dish and picked up her first hit as a collegian to put runners on first and second. Dys was able to sneak out of trouble with one of her eight strikeouts – this one to end the frame. The Cardinals wouldn't put another runner on the base paths for the remainder of the game, and Allison Podmajersky pitched a scoreless seventh to pick up the save. Fisher (0-1) took the tough-luck loss, working six innings and surrendering just four hits and a walk while fanning eight. GAME TWO: Plattsburgh State 4, FDU-Florham 3 After being limited to just two hits in their season opener, the Cardinals broke out the bats to the tune of eight hits and took down the Devils 4-3. FDU-Florham took an early 1-0 lead by registering back-to-back hits and a pair of walks in the top of the first. Freshman pitcher Taylor Smith finally worked her way out of the inning by inducing a flyout to the seventh batter of the frame . It didn't take long for the Cardinals to produce some offense of their own as Brittany Marshall started a three-run first with a one-out triple. After the Malone, N.Y., product touched home plate thanks to a passed ball, Jacqueline Decker began a string of three hits for Plattsburgh State with a double. Dominique Zummo and Taylor Smith kept the hit parade going with an RBI single and an RBI double respectively, which pushed the Cardinals' edge to 3-1. That was the way the scoreboard stayed until the Devils stepped into the batter's box in the top of the fourth. Two errors, a walk and a hit created two more runs for FDU-Florham who knotted matters at three apiece. Morgan Anderson had made her way into the circle at the beginning of the frame, but wasn't charged for any of two unearned scores. As both pitchers settled into their respective grooves it looked as though extra innings were a sure thing, but the Cardinals made sure they weren't necessary with some timely hitting in the bottom of the sixth. Zummo led off the frame with a single, but was gunned down on a steal attempt after Fisher struck out as a pinch hitter. With two outs, Van Brocklin drew a walk which set the table for Lauren Graves to play hero. The freshman out of Schenectady, N.Y., brought Van Brocklin home with a game-winning RBI single. Anderson shut the Devils down in the seventh, inducing a pair of infield flies with a runner on third and one out to preserve the win. Decker, Zummo and Smith each had a pair of hits for the Cardinals while Anderson (1-0) scored the win, working four innings and giving up five hits and two walks. Plattsburgh State will be back at it bright and early on Sunday morning when they face off against Oswego State in the SUNYAC opener for both teams. The doubleheader is scheduled to begin at 9 a.m. 

NCSN College Softball Scores


SUNY Canton 31, New Rochelle 2 (1st game)
SUNY Canton 43, New Rochelle 0 (2nd game)



SUNY Plattsburgh 7, Oberlin College 2 (1st game)
Wisconsin-Whitewater 5, Plattsburgh 2 (2nd game)
SUNY Canton at Penn State Schuykill (2) postponed


FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 2015

St. Lawrence 6, Stevenson University 2 (1st game)
St. Lawrence 4, SUNY Fredonia 1 (2nd game)
SUNY Plattsburgh 5, Wisconsin-Stout 1 (1st game)
Bethel University 2, SUNY Plattsburgh 1 (2nd game)
SUNY Canton at Wilkes University (2) postponed



Clarkson 5, Buffalo 3 (1st game)
Clarkson 9, Endicott 3 (2nd game)



Clarkson 10, Farmingdale 2
Clarkson 8, Allegheny 0
St. Lawrence University 7, Trinity College 1
St. Lawrence University 8, Farmingham 5



Clarkson 2, Lancaster Bible College 1
Clarkson 12, SUNY Oswego 2


MONDAY, MARCH 16, 2015

Lancaster Bible, 4, St. Lawrence University 3
St. Lawrence 3, Western New England 2


SUNDAY, MARCH 15, 2015

Clarkson 8, Plymouth 0
Worcester 6, Clarkson 5
Wesleyan 8, St. Lawrence University 5
Macalester 3, St. Lawrence University 2
SUNY Oswego 8, SUNY Plattsburgh 4



Babson College 2, St. Lawrence University 0
Western New England 3, St. Lawrence University 2
Clarkson 4, New England 3 (10 inn., 1st game)
Clarkson 10, New England College 2 (2nd game)

Plattsburgh 0 William Peterson 1 (1st game)
Plattsburgh 4,  Fairleigh Dickinson 3 (2nd game)


FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 2015

Clarkson 4, SUNY Fredonia 3 (1st game)
Heidelberg 2, Clarkson 0 (2nd game)



SUNY Canton 11, Cairn University 3
Penn State Altona 2, SUNY Canton 1



University of Dallas 12, SUNY Canton 2
Principia 8, SUNY Canton 3



University of Dallas 12, SUNY Canton 2
Principia 8, SUNY Canton 3



SUNY Potsdam 9, Finlandia 3
Roger-Williams 5, SUNY Potsdam 3



Ohio Northern 5, SUNY Potsdam 1 (1st game)
Rose-Hulman 11, SUNY Potsdam 2 (2nd game)



SUNY Potsdam vs. Immaculata in Clermont, canc.
SUNY Potsdam vs. Adrian in Clermont, cancelled



Mount Union 11, SUNY Potsdam 1
John Carroll 8, SUNY Potsdam 0



Saint Vincent 14, SUNY Potsdam 1 (1st game)
Wesleyan 5, SUNY Potsdam 0 (2nd game)



St. Lawrence Univ. 8, SUNY Canton 0 (1st game)
St. Lawrence Univ. 6, SUNY Canton 0 (2nd game)


MONDAY, APRIL 28, 2014

St. Lawrence Univ. 4, SUNY Potsdam 0 (1st game)
St. Lawrence Univ. 1, SUNY Potsdam 0 (2nd game) 



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

Alfred State at SUNY Canton, cancelled
The College at Brockport at SUNY Potsdam (2), ppd
SUNY Geneseo at SUNY Plattsburgh, postponed


FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 2014

St. Lawrence University 4, RIT 2 (1st game)
St. Lawrence University 8, RIT 0 (2nd game)
SUNY Geneseo 9, SUNY Potsdam 6 (1st game)
SUNY Geneseo 6, SUNY Potsdam 0 (2nd game)
Brockport 4, SUNY Plattsburgh 3 (1st game)
Brockport 8, SUNY Plattsburgh 0 (2nd game)
SUNY Canton at Cazenovia (2), canceled



Clarkson 8, Alfred State 6 (1st game)
SUNY Plattsburgh 3, St. Lawrence 2 (1st game)
St. Lawrence 7, SUNY Plattsburgh 6 (2nd game)


MONDAY, APRIL 21, 2014

St. Lawrence University 4, Elmira 1 (1st game)
Elmira 1, St. Lawrence University 0 (2nd game)
SUNY Canton 4, Clarkson 3 (1st game)
Clarkson 4, SUNY Canton 2 (2nd game)


SUNDAY, APRIL 20, 2014

SUNY Oswego 14, SUNY Potsdam 0 (1st game)
SUNY Oswego 8, SUNY Potsdam 1 (2nd game)



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

Wilkes University 8, SUNY Canton 1 (2nd game)
SUNY Potsdam 2, New Paltz 1 (1st game)
SUNY Potsdam 5, New Paltz 4 (2nd game)
SUNY Oneonta 10, SUNY Plattsburgh 0 (1st game)
SUNY Oneonta 9, SUNY Plattsburgh 1 (2nd game)


FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 2014

Skidmore 6, St. Lawrence University 4 (1st game)
St. Lawrence University 11, Skidmore 8 (2nd game)
Johnson State 6, Clarkson 1 (1st game)
Clarkson 7, Johnson State 1 (2nd game)
Penn State Hazelton 8, SUNY Canton 0 (1st game)
SUNY Canton 14, Penn State Hazelton 3 (2nd game)
SUNY Oneonta 8 SUNY Potsdam 0 (1st game)
SUNY Oneonta 7, SUNY Potsdam 0 (2nd game)
New Paltz 5, SUNY Plattsburgh 4 (1st game)
New Paltz 9, SUNY Plattsburgh 0 (2nd game)



SUNY Potsdam 1, Clarkson University 0 (1st game)
Clarkson University 8, SUNY Potsdam 7 (2nd game)
St. Lawrence Univ. 3, SUNY Canton 1 (1st game)
St. Lawrence Univ. 8, SUNY Canton 5 (2nd game)



RPI 4, SUNY Plattsburgh 2 (1st game)
SUNY Plattsburgh 2, RPI 1 (2nd game)



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