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POTSDAM — Ashlynne Rando stopped 36 of 37 shots to help the Colgate University women’s hockey team stun second-ranked Clarkson 2-1 in an ECAC Hockey game Saturday afternoon at Cheel Arena.

Jenn Klynstra scored first for Colgate (4-11-2 overall, 1-7-2 conference) at 6 minutes, 29 seconds of the first period. Melissa Kueber gave the Raiders a 2-0 lead with a goal at 12:39 of the third period.

Clarkson (13-3, 7-1) cut the lead to one with a power-play goal from Jamie Lee Rattray at 14:51.

CORNELL 4, ST. LAWRENCE 2

Brianne Jenner and Erin Barley-Maloney each recorded one goal and one assist as the No. 3 Big Red (10-3, 8-2) defeated the Saints in an ECAC Hockey game at Appleton Arena.

Anna Zorn and Jessica Campbell also scored for Cornell. Rylee Smith and Abbey McRae scored for the Saints (8-7-1, 6-2).

SUNY CORTLAND 6, SUNY POTSDAM 1

Maggie Corbett scored two goals as the Red Dragons (1-7, 1-4) defeated the Bears in an ECAC West game at Cheel Arena.

Niamh O’Connor, Maggie Giamo, Brianna Rossi and Madison Fischl also scored for the Red Dragons.

Izzy Fayerman scored for SUNY Potsdam (1-7, 1-5).

SUNY CANTON 4, SUNY OSWEGO 1

Robyn Carroll, Karley Cree, Steph Kushner and Grace Lyon scored to lead SUNY Canton (3-8) past the SUNY Oswego club team in Canton.

MEN’S HOCKEY

SUNY POTSDAM 4, SUNY CORTLAND 3

Kenny Simon scored 1:19 into the third period to give SUNY Potsdam (4-6, 3-5) a win in a SUNYAC game in Cortland.

Matt Thompson, Zach Blake and Trevor Cope also scored for SUNY Potsdam.

Nick Zappia, Michael Lysyj and Chris Kaleta scored for the Red Dragons (2-7-2, 2-5-1).

SUNY CANTON 3, SOUTHERN NEW HAMPSHIRE 1

Trevor Wight scored two goals to help the Kangaroos (4-8) split a nonconference series in Manchester, N.H.

Austin Root also scored for SUNY Canton. Steven Berry scored for Southern New Hampshire (2-4-1).

MEN’S BASKETBALL

SUNY CANTON 83, PAUL SMITH’S 68

Khalid Vaughn scored 17 points and led four other Kangaroos in double figures in a nonconference win in Canton.

Xzavier Fisher and Michael Pulci both scored 14 points for SUNY Canton (2-3). Ryan Lamica and Tyler Ellison both scored 13 for the Kangaroos.

Shiva Senthil scored 16 points for Paul Smith’s (2-7). Patrick Wightman and Adam Klock both scored 13 points and Alex Medina scored 12.

ST. LAWRENCE 62, ELMIRA 50

Janpeter Brase led the Saints (1-3) with 13 points in a nonconference victory in Canton.

Al Jones scored 11 points and Tell White added 10 for SLU. Chris Cassidy scored 17 points for Elmira (0-5) with Neil Randolph tallying 10.

SUNY OSWEGO 69, SUNY POTSDAM 54

Hayden Ward scored 29 points and grabbed 11 rebounds to send the Lakers (4-1, 1-1) past the Bears in a SUNYAC game in Oswego.

Sean Michele scored 16 points and Chris Gilkes added 11 for the Lakers. Mark Lane Jr. led SUNY Potsdam (1-4, 0-2) with 12 points.

HUDSON VALLEY CC 73, JEFFERSON CC 40

Jose Reyes scored 21 points and connected on four 3-point baskets, and Jeremy Taylor added 18 points to power the Vikings (6-4 overall) to a Region 3 win over the Cannoneers (4-5, 2-3) in Troy.

Giacomo Giglio contributed 14 points and made four 3-pointers for the Vikings. JCC was paced by Ryan Tomlin’s 12 points.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

JEFFERSON CC 67, HUDSON VALLEY CC 65

Jasmine Canady tied her season high by scoring 34 points to lift Jefferson Community College to a victory over Hudson Valley CC in Troy.

The freshman guard made 12 field goals and added 10 points at the foul line.

Morgan Kiernan added 16 points and Tapulei Vaveao chipped in 15 points for the Cannoneers (3-6, 2-4), who overcame a five-point halftime deficit.

The Vikings were led by Sam Tomeck’s 20 points, Raeshelle Frasier’s 16, Ashley Creighton’s 13 and Angelica Smith’s 10.

ST. LAWRENCE 79, ELMIRA 63

Kelly Legg scored 16 points to send the Saints (2-3) in a nonconference game in Canton.

Kara McDuffee scored 11 points and Allison Cady added 10 for SLU. Amanda Roberts grabbed 11 rebounds for the Saints.

Jessica Zoltowski led Elmira (2-4) with 24 points and 13 rebounds. Maria Thannhauser scored 19 points for Elmira.

SUNY OSWEGO 76, SUNY POTSDAM 44

Meagan Stover and Lauren Nunziato each scored 16 points to lead the Lakers (5-0, 2-0) past the Bears in a SUNYAC game in Oswego.

Katy Briedis scored 15 points for the Bears (1-6, 0-2), and Bailey Weigel added 11.

HOUGHTON 65, SUNY CANTON 48

Kristen Moose scored 25 points as host Houghton (3-2) defeated SUNY Canton in a nonconference game.

Kaitlin Myers scored 14 points for the Kangaroos (3-3), and Tricia Boland tossed in 10.

INDOOR TRACK & FIELD

LINDER, KASSON LEAD SAINTS

Kristen Linder and Scott Kasson each won the shot put and weight throw to lead the SLU women’s and men’s teams at the Can-Am Challenge in the Newell Field House in Canton.

Other SLU women’s winners were: Ella Martin (5,000 meters), Anna Rabideau (mile), Marisa Turner (high jump) and Emily Rebehn (triple jump).

SLU’s other men’s winners were: Mike Scott (high jump), Chris Payton (long jump) and Jon Eng (3,000).

SWIMMING AND DIVING

SAINTS WIN TWO TITLES

Casey Abribat and Sammi Moffitt each won individual championships for SLU’s women’s team at the Liberty League Championship at the Rochester Institute of Technology.

Abribat won the 400-yard individual medley and Moffitt won the 200 backstroke for the Saints.

SLU’s women finished in third place with 444 points and Rochester took the title with 1,073. Clarkson was ninth with two points.

Rochester’s men also won with 1,144 points. Clarkson was sixth with 202 and SLU was eighth with 139.


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