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Clarkson’s Brad Pearson (25) lines the ball past second base the advance a runner to third in the top of the second inning. Clarkson went on to beat St. Lawrence 3-1 in both games of a doubleheader in Canton. (Sam Wangerin photo)

Clarkson’s Nolan Duda (14) drives the ball deep into centerfield to earn a double and to score the runner from second base to give the Knights a 3-0 lead over the Roos in the first inning. The Knights drove home three runs in the fourth and fifth innings each to capture a 19-6 win at SUNY Canton. (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery  

May 4: Junior Nate Burns saved game one and then tossed a complete game in the nightcap as the Clarkson University Baseball team took both ends of a doubleheader against St. Lawrence, winning both contests 3-1 on Saturday afternoon at Tom Fay Field. The Golden Knights improved to 19-15 overall and 13-7 in the Liberty League, clinching a playoff spot. Clarkson still has an outside chance at winning the regular season title with another sweep and some help from around the league. St. Lawrence dropped to 7-28 and 5-17. Runs were at a premium in both games as the two teams regularly tossed up zeroes on the scoreboard, but in the first game Clarkson took advantage of several St. Lawrence errors. In the top of the third, Mike Messier reached on a bunt single and Mike Tito then dropped one down only to see the ball thrown away twice, allowing Tito to get to third and Messier to score all the way from first when a throw went into the Clarkson dugout. Tommy Bianchi then doubled just inside the left field line to plate Tito for a 2-0 Clarkson advantage. St. Lawrence pulled to within one in the bottom of the fourth, but Ryan Riley did a good job of minimizing the damage. After loading the bases on a hit by pitch, single and walk, St. Lawrence could push just the single run across with an infield single as Mike Tito's charge came up short when he lost his footing and did not quite get enough on his throw. Clarkson got the run back in the sixth when Joe Stockman singled on a bunt and moved up to second on a failed pickoff attempt. Messier then lifted a fly ball into the triangle between right, second base and first base, and the ball was dropped, allowing Stockman to score. In the bottom of the seventh, Evan Reichel singled and Taylor Digilio walked to put pressure on Clarkson, but Nate Burns induced a pop up to the catcher near the screen, struck out the next hitter and saw Vincent Granuzzo snag a soft liner to end the game. Ryan Riley picked up his sixth win with six strikeouts in six innings and Burns earned the save. Alex Black took the loss for St. Lawrence, giving up four hits and three walks but striking out nine in seven innings of work. Burns returned to start game two and proved just as effective as he was in game one, striking out at least one hitter in all nine innings of work, with multiple strikeouts in four of the frames. However, St. Lawrence touched him for one run in the fourth as Andrew Circelli hit a two-out triple to deep center to put the Saints up 1-0. The advantage was short-lived, however, as Messier reached on a bunt and came around to score when Mike Tito bunted hard to the third baseman, but the ball was thrown away. Tommy Bianchi came up next with a line drive single to right to plate Tito and give Clarkson a 2-1 lead. In the top of the eight, Clarkson got an insurance run when Messier hit the first pitch of the inning out to deep left field for a 3-1 Golden Knight advantage. The Saints threatened in the bottom of the eight, loading the bases with one out, but Burns wiggled out of the jam with back-to-back strikeouts. Burns finished with 13 whiffs in the game, giving up six hits and two walks in nine innings. Caleb Clarke took the loss for the Saints, allowing six hits and a walk in eight innings of work. Tommy Bianchi was 4-for-8 in the doubleheader for Clarkson.  

April 13: With winds whipping all around Jack Phillips Stadium, miscues needed to be limited and the team that made the fewest mistakes wound up winning each of the games on Saturday as the Clarkson University Baseball team and RIT split a doubleheader, with the Golden Knights claiming a 5-1 victory in the opener and RIT gaining a 12-7 victory in the nightcap. The Golden Knights moved to 12-10 overall and 8-2 in the Liberty League while the Tigers saw their record stay even at 11-11 overall but 6-4 in conference games. The two teams will face one another in a second doubleheader on Sunday, scheduled for a 10:00 am start due to the weather forecast. Clarkson got on the scoreboard first in game one, as a bobble created a forced throw which turned into an unearned run when Nolan Duda came all the way around from first base to put the Knights up 1-0. Later in the inning, Joe Stockman's single stayed inside the line and allowed Mike Nee to score Clarkson's second run. The Tigers picked up a run in the top of the fourth, but it could have been more had it not been for a solid relay. Joey Mylott reached on an error and Daniel Zeglen sent Mylott rounding the bases on a double to center. However, Clarkson shortstop Joe Stockman made an excellent relay from the outfield with a flawless throw to the plate to cut down Mylott for the first out. Although Patrick Blackall sent Zeglen home on a single, the damage was limited to just a single run. Clarkson responded with two in the bottom of the fourth. Mike Messier came around when Kyle Locklear's sacrifice bunt attempt saw everyone safe on a throwing error. Mike Nee then delivered a two-out single to plate another unearned run for the Golden Knights. Clarkson tacked on one more in the fifth thanks to a Michael Tito single which scored Joe Stockman, who led off the inning with a walk. Ryan Riley picked up his fourth win of the season, striking out five of over seven innings with six hits and two walks allowed. Stevie Branche took the loss for RIT, giving up seven hits and six walks in six innings, though just one of his five runs allowed was earned. Clarkson left 12 runners on in the game. In game two, nothing went right for the Knights in the second inning as RIT hung nine when 14 batters came to the plate. Between walks, soft singles, errors, and routine fly balls getting pushed around by the wind, the Tigers gained a huge lead in the early going. Clarkson kept things interesting with four runs in the fourth. Kyle Locklear singled with the bases loaded and Joe Stockman delivered a sacrifice fly to get two runs in and Mike Messier grounded out to drive in a third run. Tito then hit a liner back at the pitcher which bounced all the way into foul play, allowing Locklear to score. Junior Nate Burns, who came in as the third pitcher in the second inning, kept Clarkson in the game with 5.2 innings of scoreless work, striking out seven and scattering six hits. RIT pushed three unearned run across in the top of the ninth to make it 12-4, but again Clarkson kept things alive with three runs in the bottom half of the inning. Nolan Duda drove in one with a sacrifice fly and Brad Pearson scored two with a single to right-center, but the deficit was just a bit too much to overcome as Clarkson fell in game two.


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SUNY Canton’s Fernando Santana (34) slides onto third base, just beating the tag from St. Lawrence University third baseman Cristian Forgione (8) to advance into scoring position. The Kangaroos strung together four runs in thefifth inning to capture a 9-7 victory over the Saints. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

SUNY Canton’s Brandon Bautista (18) drives the ball into the gap between center and left fields to earn a double and advance a runner into scoring position at third base.  The Bulldogs surged in the seventh inning to capture the 8-6 victory over the Roos. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

SUNY Canton’s Brandon Bautista (18) drives the ball deep to centerfield to earn an RBI double to give the Kangaroos a 3-2 lead over St. Lawrence University in the 4th inning.   After the Roos scored four runs to tie the game 8-8 in the ninth, St. Lawrence scored on a bases-loaded walk to walk-off with a 9-8 victory in 10 innings. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

 April 13: Brett Hoberman and Brandon Bautista both hit home runs and Hoberman led the Roos with five hits on the day but the SUNY Canton baseball team dropped a doubleheader v. Stevens by scores of 8-6 and 15-2 on Saturday. The Roos jumped out to a 5-3 lead after three innings in the opener behind two runs in the first and three in the second. Stevens tied the game at 5-5 with a pair of runs in the fourth and each team scored once in the fifth. The difference proved to be a Ryan Finegan 2 RBI single in the sixth that broke the tie. Finegan went a perfect 4-for-4 on the day. Hoberman and Brian Santana led the Roos as they each went 3-for-4 from the plate. Hoberman had a home run, double and drove in four of Canton's six runs. Bautista also hit a solo homer for the Roos. Jake Vierno earned the no-decision tossing five innings giving up three earned runs with seven strike outs. Anthony Tur took the loss giving up one earned run in one inning. Alex Smith picked up the victory for Stevens surrendering just two hits and on runs in 2.1 innings. Danny Poidomani was credited with the no-decision pitching 4.2 innings giving up six runs with 13 strike outs.  Stevens scored six runs in the third and four in the eighth as they claimed a 15-2 victory in the nightcap. The Roos scored their two runs in the opening inning on a pair of Hoberman and Bautista RBI ground outs. Ben Miller paced the Canton bats with three hits, while Santana and Hoberman had two each. Kieran Gibson took the loss giving up nine runs with two strike outs in 2.2 innings. Ryan Larsen earned the win surrendering nine hits and two runs fanning four batters in eight innings. Tommy Baronner and Donny Gherardi tallied three hits each for the Ducks.

April 11: Edward Malinoski, Jr. posted three hits and Brett Hoberman drove in a pair of runs as a late Roos rally fell just short as the SUNY Canton baseball team dropped a 9-8 decision at St. Lawrence University in 10 innings.  Malinoski led all players with three hits in the contest and added a sacrifice and walk in six plate appearances, while Hoberman tied a game-high with 2 RBI. Jesse Iacovetta, Ben Miller and Collin Lynk also had hits. The Roos scored three runs in the fifth, four in the ninth and one in the fourth, while the Saints tallied three runs in the seventh, two each in the first and fifth and one each in the eighth and tenth. St. Lawrence earned the walk-off win on a walk in the bottom of the 10th. Canton rallied to score four runs in the top of the 9th to send the game to extras. Brandon Bautista tookt he loss giving up just one hit and two walks in one inning.

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St. Lawrence’s Alex Black (18) throws a strike for the final out of the second inning to keep the game scoreless.  However, the Saints would drop both ends of a home doubleheader by identical 3-1 scores.  (Sam Wangerin photo)

St. Lawrence University’s Andrew Circelli (11) drives the ball into the gap between right and center field to earn a base hit in the fifth inning.  The Kangaroos strung together four runs in the fifth inning to capture a 9-7 victory over the Saints. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

St. Lawrence University’s Cristian Forgione leaps to avoid the slide and tag the University of Rochester base runner for the final out of the fifth inning. Rochester scored three runs in the first inning and two in the second inning to capture the 5-2 victory in Game 1. U-of-R also swept the nightcap 11-4.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery 

May 4: The St. Lawrence baseball team was edged by Clarkson in two tight Liberty League contests on Tom Fay Field on Saturday afternoon, as the visiting Golden Knights spoiled the Saints' senior day with a pair of 3-1 wins. Seniors Jeremy Gerringer and Evan Reichel each finished with a pair of hits on the day to lead the Saints, with Reichel's coming in pinch-hit opportunities in both games. The Camillus, New York native had not played a game this season prior to Saturday due to injury, but picked up singles in both at bats. Fellow senior Alex Black tied his career high with nine strikeouts in the first game, though the Clarkson staff combined for 20 on the day, including 13 from Nate Burns in the nightcap. In both games, St. Lawrence stranded the potential game-tying or game-winning runs on base in the latter innings.   Game 1 – Clarkson 3, St. Lawrence 1 First-years Nicholas Butler and Jake Delaney both finished 2-for-3 in the opener, while Gerringer drove in the Saints lone run of the game in a 1-for-3 outing. Clarkson pulled out in front with two runs on two hits and two St. Lawrence errors in the top of the third inning. After Mike Messier led off the inning with a single, a three-base error in the next at-bat brought him in as the game's first run, before an RBI double down the left field line by Tommy Bianchi plated Michael Tito for a 2-0 lead. The Saints cut the deficit in half in the bottom of the fourth with Gerringer's RBI single to third base with the bases loaded that brought Andrew Circelli in to score to make it a 2-1 game. But another error in the sixth helped the Golden Knights to another run, pushing the score to the final 3-1 margin. Black pitched another complete game, his fourth of the season, and allowed just four hits with nine strikeouts. None of Clarkson's three runs were earned. Ryan Riley picked up the win for the Golden Knights, allowing just one run on seven hits with six strikeouts of his own. Nate Burns was credited with a save from working out of a seventh-inning jam without allowing a hit. Game 2 – Clarkson 3, St. Lawrence 1 It was the Saints who struck first in game two, as Andrew Circelli hit an RBI triple deep to the base of the wall in straightaway center field to bring in Joe DeGuardia and put St. Lawrence in front 1-0 in the bottom of the fourth. Errors cost the Saints once again, however, as Clarkson took a 2-1 lead with two unearned runs in the top of the sixth. The Golden Knights extended that lead in the top of the eight, when Mike Messier hit a solo home run to left field to make it a 3-1 game in favor of the visitors. In the bottom of the eighth, St. Lawrence worked the bases loaded with a pair of walks and a fielding error by Clarkson with just one out, but Nate Burns got both Black and DeGuardia to go down swinging to work out of trouble and keep the Golden Knights in front. St. Lawrence started Caleb Clarke allowed three runs (one earned) on six hits in 8.0 innings of work, his longest outing of the season, with four strikeouts. Senior Charlie Pacilio pitched an inning in relief, and allowed just one hit. Burns, who saved the first game and won the second, went the full nine for Clarkson and allowed just one run on six hits with 13 strikeouts.

April 13: The University of Rochester built an early lead in both games of a Liberty League doubleheader against the St. Lawrence University baseball team on Saturday afternoon, as the Saints fell to the Yellowjackets 5-2 and 11-4, respectively, on Tom Fay Field. Rookie Andrew Circelli was the lone Saints player with a multi-hit game on the day, going 2-for-2 with an RBI and a run scored in game one. Senior Evan O'Keeffe led the Saints with two RBI in the second game, as he drilled a line-drive home run down the left field line in the third inning. Rochester combined for 27 hits in the doubleheader, with only one of those going for extra bases. They also finished with eight stolen bases on the day, including four for Kyle Trombley. Game 1 – Rochester 5, St. Lawrence 2 St. Lawrence committed two errors through the first four Rochester at bats in the top of the first inning, allowing the Yellowjackets to take an early 3-0 lead, which, coincidentally, was all they needed en route to the win. The visitors then extended their lead to 5-0 with two runs on three hits and another St. Lawrence error in the top of the second. Starter Alex Black shut down the Yellowjackets in the next three innings, as did Liam Reiner in relief. Black allowed nine hits in 5.0 innings pitched and gave up just two earned runs with two strikeouts. Reiner pitched the final two innings, allowing just one hit and striking out three. St. Lawrence scored a run in both the fifth and sixth innings, first on an RBI groundout by Will Montgomery that brought Circelli in to score. In the sixth, it was Circelli who hit a deep sacrifice fly to the warning track in left field that allowed Taylor Digilio to tag up and come in for the team's second and final run of the game. Game 2 – Rochester 11, St. Lawrence 4 The Rochester bats were out in full force in game two, as the Yellowjackets took a 7-0 lead with seven runs on seven hits in the top of the second inning and led by as much as 9-0 in the contest with two more runs in the top of the third. Six of the seven hits for Rochester in the second inning were singles and Harper Sy capped off the inning with the lone extra-base hit of the day for the visitors – hitting a double down the left field line. In the bottom of the third, with the Yellowjackets leading 9-0, St. Lawrence started to chip away at the deficit with O'Keeffe's line drive, two-run home run that hugged the foul pole to put the Saints on the board. Later in the frame, a double to left field by Montgomery brought Butler into scored to send the Saints into the fourth trailing 9-3. Starter Patrick Greenan took the loss in the nightcap, throwing 2.0 innings and allowing nine runs on nine hits with a pair of strikeouts. He faced two batters in the third before he was relieved by Charlie Pacilio who quieted the Rochester bats and allowed just three hits in four innings of work. He also finished with two strikeouts on the day. The Saints scored another run on an RBI walk issued to Anthony Butler in the bottom of the sixth to pull within five at 9-4, and were threatening to pull within a run with the bases loaded for the heart of the order, but left them loaded to end the inning. St. Lawrence stranded 13 runners in game two, while Rochester left 17 on base. Rochester tacked on two more runs on three hits in the eighth inning to push to the final 11-4 margin.

PLATTSBURGH and clarkson battle in extra innings

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Clarkson's Brandon Knauf (24) launches the ball into far center field where it dropped just before the outfielder to earn a double and advance a runner into scoring position on third base. The Golden Knights and the Cardinals of SUNY Plattsburgh battled into extra innings. (Cody Jenne photo)

April 28: The Plattsburgh State baseball team was able to close its 2015 campaign on a high note as the Cardinals broke out the brooms and swept Norwich in a non-conference doubleheader at Garrity Field on Tuesday afternoon. GAME ONE: Plattsburgh State 7, Norwich 3 Playing in his final collegiate baseball series, senior Frank Buksa backed Scott Orr's high-quality outing on the hill with three hits and an equal number of RBIs as the Cardinals came back to secure the win in game one. Final-year man Brian Latulipe also added a trio of base knocks to Plattsburgh State's 11-hit assault and scored a pair of runs. Billy Rombauts got the Cardinals' offensive assault going in the top of the second when he laced a one-out double to center field which scored Tyler Bulich to make matters 1-0. Orr was straight up dealing on the hill and faced just 10 batters in the first 3.1 innings before the Cadets conjured up two-thirds of their total offensive output to take the lead in the fourth. A pair of singles by the Cadets set the table for sophomore Brandon Pedley who drove a two-out double to center which scored two runs and put the home team in front 2-1. It didn't take long for the visitors to provide a response, though, as Frank Buksa knotted matters at two-all with a one-out two bagger in the fifth which plated Latulipe. After Mike Vargues took a walk to load the bases, sophomore TJ Montalbano delivered a hit which put the visitors ahead for good. The Dix Hills, N.Y., product connected for a two-run single to center field. A third Plattsburgh State run would score on one of three Cadet miscues. Plattsburgh State remained in front by a 5-2 tally until Frank Buksa scored Latulipe and Ray Flynn with a one-out single in the top of the sixth. Norwich scratched out just one more run against Orr as Tim Dargan registered an RBI groundout in the bottom of the seventh. In order to improve to 6-3, Orr fired all seven innings and gave up seven hits, two walks and all three runs while fanning two. Rombauts was the only other member of the Cardinals who finished with multiple hits by way of a 2-for-3 performance at the plate. Kyle Farquharson suffered the loss for Norwich by surrendering eight hits, one walk and five runs in 4.1 innings. GAME TWO: Plattsburgh State 6, Norwich 3 After a strong relief outing against SUNY Cortland on Sunday, sophomore Andrew Kramer was elevated to the starting role in the Cardinals' season finale and didn't disappoint. The Clifton Park, N.Y., product tossed 6.1 innings of eight-hit, three-run baseball to up his 2015 record to 3-2. All of the runs Kramer gave up came in the first inning and after his work was done the sophomore gave the ball to senior Nick Lupo who toed the rubber and picked up the save. Plattsburgh State's only error of the game led to the first Norwich run and a Billy Whaley RBI single coupled with a passed ball allowed two more Cadet baserunners to cross home plate and up the home team's edge to 3-0 after one inning. It took until the fourth inning before Plattsburgh State manufactured its first pair of runs in the non-conference battle. Montalbano led off the inning with a base on balls before Jack Tolosky legged out an infield single. After Rombauts was hit by a pitch, Bulich picked up an RBI when he reached on an error. Latulipe trimmed the Cardinals' deficit to just one with an RBI single which plated Tolosky. The remaining four runs for the Cardinals all came around to score in the top half of the fifth. Vargues cranked a one-out double to left field before advancing to third on a wild pitch. Montalbano knotted things at three after reaching on the second of four Norwich errors. That particular miscue allowed Vargues to score. A costly two-out error allowed three more Plattsburgh State runs to score in the frame. Bulich reached on a miscue by the shortstop which caused the bases to clear. Rombauts, Krogh and Montalbano rushed home to account for the final score. After a tough go of things in the first, Kramer settled into a nice groove by allowing just three hits in innings two through seven. Latulipe and Krogh collected two hits apiece in the win while Brian Whaley (0-5) lasted 4.2 innings and was charged with six hits, four walks and six runs in the setback. Plattsburgh State concludes the 2015 with a 14-20 mark and says goodbye to a nine-man senior class featuring the likes of Vargues, Matt Meunier, Lupo, Krogh, Latulipe, Joe Tolosky, Will Flynn, Chris Pescetti and Frank Buksa.

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FRIDAY, MAY 13, 2022

Liberty League Double Elimination Tournament
Clarkson 7, RIT 6 (elimination bracket)
Rochester 7, Clarkson 6 (CU eliminated)
SUNYAC Double Elimination Tournament
SUNY Brockport 12, Plattsburgh 3 (Cards eliminated)


THURSDAY, MAY 12, 2022

Liberty League Double Elimination Tournament
Ithaca 7, Clarkson 5 (opening round)
SUNYAC Double Elimination Tournament
SUNY Oswego 15, SUNY Plattsburgh 2 (opening rd)



Liberty League (Best of 3 Qualifier for Double Elim)
Clarkson 16, Skidmore 6 (1st game)
Clarkson 12, Skidmore 6  (2nd game) CU wins 2-0
St. Lawrence 20, Vassar 5 (1st game)
St. Lawrence 5, Vassar 4 (2nd game) SLU wins 2-0
Regular Season Games
SUNY Brockport 1, SUNY Plattsburgh 0 (1st game)
SUNY Plattsburgh 14, SUNY Brockport 9 (2nd game)


FRIDAY, MAY 6, 2022

SUNY Brockport 10, SUNY Plattsburgh 0


SUNDAY, MAY 1, 2022

SUNY Plattsburgh 11, SUNY Canton 5 (1st game)
SUNY Plattsburgh 12, SUNY Canton 6 (2nd game)
Ithaca 7, Clarkson 3
Skidmore 8, St. Lawrence 7



SUNY Cobleskill 15, SUNY Canton 3 (1st game)
SUNY Canton 6, SUNY Cobleskill 3 (2nd game)
SUNY Oneonta 10, SUNY Plattsburgh 2 (1st game)
SUNY Plattsburgh 9, SUNY Oneonta 2 (2nd game)
Ithaca 5, Clarkson 3 (1st game)
Ithaca 4, Clarkson 1 (2nd game)
St. Lawrence 15, Skidmore 5 (1st game)
St. Lawrence 18, Skidmore 8 (2nd game)


FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 2022

SUNY Plattsburgh 11, SUNY Oneonta 1



St. Lawrence 22, SUNY Canton 6



Clarkson 11, RPI 5
St. Lawrence at SUNY Canton, ppd. 4/28



Clarkson 11, SUNY Canton 2
Hamilton 12, St. Lawrence 6
SUNY Plattsburgh 8, SUNY New Paltz 5


MONDAY, APRIL 25, 2022

SUNY New Paltz 8, SUNY Plattsburgh 7 (1st game)
SUNY New Paltz 9, SUNY Plattsburgh 6 (2nd game)


SUNDAY, APRIL 24, 2022

St. Lawrence 13, Clarkson 6



SUNY Canton 7, SUNY Cobleskill 4 (1st game)
SUNY Cobleskill 9, SUNY Canton 2 (2nd game)
Clarkson 12, St. Lawrence 2 (1st game)
Clarkson 5, St. Lawrence 2 (2nd game)
SUNY Plattsburgh 4, Fredonia 3 (1st game)
SUNY Plattsburgh 10, Fredonia 6 (2nd game)


FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 2022

SUNY Plattsburgh 12, SUNY Fredonia 9
SUNY Cobleskill 9, SUNY Canton 8


MONDAY, APRIL 18, 2022

SUNY Poly 10, SUNY Canton 8 (1st game)
SUNY Poly 8, SUNY Canton 7 (2nd game)
SUNY Plattsburgh 9, Norwich 2



Rochester 17, St. Lawrence 4
SUNY Cortland 22, SUNY Plattsburgh 13
SUNY Poly 9, SUNY Canton 5
RPI at Clarkson, ppd.


FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 2022

SUNY Canton 6, SUNY Poly 0 (1st game)
SUNY Canton 10, SUNY Poly 2 (2nd game)
RPI at Clarkson (2), ppd.
Rochester 8, St. Lawrence 4 (1st game)
Rochester 3, St. Lawrence 2 (2nd game)
SUNY Cortland 9, SUNY Plattsburgh 2 (1st game)
SUNY Cortland 4, SUNY Plattsburgh 0 (2nd game)



SUNY Canton at Clarkson, ppd.



SUNY Canton 4, Cazenovia 3 (1st game)
Cazenovia 18, SUNY Canton 9 (2nd game)
SUNY Oswego 17, SUNY Plattsburgh 5


MONDAY, APRIL 11, 2022

SUNY Canton 13, Cazenovia 4 (1st game)
Cazenovia 5, SUNY Canton 4 (2nd game)
SUNY Oswego 19, SUNY Plattsburgh 6 (1st game)
SUNY Oswego 8, SUNY Plattsburgh 2 (2nd game)


SUNDAY, APRIL 10, 2022

RIT 11, St. Lawrence University 6 (1st game)
St. Lawrence University 6, RIT 5 (2nd game)
University of Rochester 12, Clarkson 5 (1st game)
University of Rochester 7, Clarkson 2 (2nd game)
SUNY Canton 14, Cazenovia 6



RIT 27,St. Lawrence 8
Rochester 18, Clarkson 10



SUNY Canton at Cazenovia, ppd.



St. Lawrence 11, SUNY Canton 7



SUNY Plattsburgh 16, Clarkson 10



SUNY Plattsburgh 14, SUNY Poly 3



Ithaca 9, St. Lawrence 3
Clarkson at RIT (suspended after 4 inn)



SUNY Plattsburgh 23, SUNY Canton 5 (1st game)
SUNY Plattsburgh 4, SUNY Canton 3 (2nd game)
Clarkson 8, RIT 4 (1st game)
RIT 3, Clarkson 2 (2nd game, 8 innings)
Ithaca 7, St. Lawrence 4 (1st game)
St. Lawrence 6, Ithaca 2 (2nd game)



SUNY Plattsburgh 10, SUNY Canton 6



St. Lawrence 2, SUNY Poly 0
Clarkson at SUNY Cortland, ppd.


SUNDAY, MARCH 27, 2022

Clarkson 7, Union 4
Vassar 11, St. Lawrence 10 (finish of susp. game)
St. Lawrence 6, Vassar 5 (regularly-scheduled game)



SUNY Canton 15, Utica College 9 (1st game)
Utica College 4, SUNY Canton 3 (2nd game)
Union 9, Clarkson 8 (1st game)
Union 5, Clarkson 2 (2nd game)
St. Lawrence 9, Vassar 8 (1st game)
St. Lawrence 10, Vassar 10
       (2nd game/suspended darkness in 7th to 3/27)


FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 2022

SUNY Plattsburgh at SUNY New Paltz, ppd.



Clarkson 24, SUNY Canton 10



Illinois-Wesleyan 15, SUNY Canton 3


FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 2022

SUNY Brockport 15, SUNY Canton 2
Stevenson 4, Clarkson 3
St. Lawrence 15, SUNY Fredonia 4 (1st game)
SUNY Fredonia 7, St. Lawrence 3 (2nd game)



Curry 5, SUNY Canton 3
Endicott 19, Clarkson 2
St. Lawrence 4, Hamilton 2 (1st game)
Hamilton 7, St. Lawrence 3 (2nd game)



SUNY Canton 9, Gallaudet 8
Rutgers-Camden 11, SUNY Plattsburgh 0
Simpson (Iowa) 9, Clarkson 7



Muhlenberg 8, Clarkson 3
St. Lawrence 5, Thomas College 4 (1st game)
St. Lawrence 6, Thomas College 1 (2nd game)
SUNY Plattsburgh 14, Springfield 9


MONDAY, MARCH 14, 2022

Vassar 12, SUNY Canton 9
Muhlenberg 13, St. Lawrence 9 (1st game)
St. Lawrence 21, Muhlenberg 6 (2nd game)
SUNY Plattsburgh 10, Maine-Presque Isle  3 (1st game)
Minnesota-Morris 5, SUNY Plattsburgh 2 (2nd game)


SUNDAY, MARCH 13, 2022

Minnesota-Morris 5, SUNY Canton 0 (1st game)
SUNY Canton 4, Minnesota-Morris 3 (2nd game)
Franklin & Marshall 5, Clarkson 1 (1st game)
Franklin & Marshall 15, Clarkson 11 (2nd game)
St. Lawrence 2, Colby-Sawyer 1 (1st game)
St. Lawrence 8, Colby-Sawyer 3 (2nd game)
Loras College 5, SUNY Plattsburgh 0 (1st game)
Loras College 11, SUNY Plattsburgh 3 (2nd game)



Clarkson 5, Penn State-Altoona 3
SUNY Plattsburgh vs. Minnesota-Morris, ppd.



SUNY Oneonta 13, SUNY Canton 2
Clarkson at SUNY Brockport (2) ppd.





Concordia of Chicago 7, Clarkson 6 (1st game)
Nichols 9, Clarkson 6 (2nd game)
SUNY Canton 13, Merchant Marine 6 (1st game)
Merchant Marine 14, SUNY Canton 1 (2nd game)


FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 2020

Clarkson 12, Colby Sawyer 0 (1st game)
Clarkson vs. Wells, canceled  (2nd game)
Plymouth 11, SUNY Canton 6



Defiance 10, SUNY Canton 3 (1st game)
Defiance 6, SUNY Canton 0 (2nd game)



U.S. Coast Guard Academy 14, SUNY Canton 6



Carroll 8, SUNY Canton 6



Skidmore 23, SUNY Canton 2 (1st game)
Skidmore12, SUNY Canton 8 (2nd game)
Hamilton 8, Clarkson 2 (1st game)
Hamilton 7, Clarkson 5 (2nd game)
Farmingdale 5, SUNY Plattsburgh 0 (1st game)
SUNY Plattsburgh 9, Farmingdale 6 (2nd game)
Rowan 15, St. Lawrence University 6



College of New Jersey 8, SUNY Plattsburgh 2
Lakeland 19, SUNY Canton 1
Hamilton 12, Clarkson 2



Maritime College 10, SUNY Plattsburgh 2 (1st game)
Maritime College 8, SUNY Plattsburgh 2 (2nd game)