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MASSENA — Billy Pascalli scored two minutes, 17 seconds into overtime as the SUNY Potsdam men’s hockey team rallied to beat SUNY Brockport, 4-3, in SUNYAC conference game on Friday night.

Matt Viola forced overtime when he tied the game at three with four seconds left for the Bears (7-14-1 overall, 4-9 conference). Eric Ware and Mike Arnold supplied the other goals.

Chase Nieuwendyk, Shane Cavalieri and Jeremy DeFazio provided goals for the Golden Eagles (5-15-2, 4-9-1).

Today’s game against SUNY Geneseo at the Massena Arena has been moved up to 7 p.m. from its original 8 p.m. start time.

WOMEN’S HOCKEY

CLARKSON 3, RENSSELAER 1

Danielle Skirrow’s 13th goal of the year helped the Golden Knights to an ECAC conference win over the Engineers in Troy.

Vanessa Gagnon and Erin Ambrose also scored for Clarkson (22-7, 14-3).

Lauren Wash scored for Rensselaer (9-17-3, 7-9-1)

ST. LAWRENCE 3, UNION 1

Rylee Smith scored and unassisted goal in the third period as the Saints beat the Engineers for an ECAC Hockey victory in Schenectady.

Jacqueline Wand and Dayle Wilkinson scored for St. Lawrence (16-11-2, 11-5-1).

Rhianna Kurio scored on the power play for Union (7-19-3, 0-14-3).

MEN’S BASKETBALL

RENSSELAER 86, ST. LAWRENCE 82 (OT)

Daniel Martin scored five of his 20 points in the final three minutes of overtime to lead the Engineers to a Liberty League win over the Saints at Burkman Gymnaisum in Canton.

Tyler Gendron led all scorers with 23 points for Rensselaer (12-9, 7-5).

Brady Condlin scored 22 points for St. Lawrence (9-13, 7-6). He scored the final basket of regulation to tie the game at 68, then missed a contested layup at the buzzer that would have been the game-winner.

UNION 53, CLARKSON 48

The Dutchmen went on a 17-0 second-half run, holding the Golden Knights scoreless over a nine-minute stretch en route to a Liberty League victory at Alumni Gymnasium in Potsdam.

Joe Mason finished with 13 points and 11 rebounds for Union (18-4, 10-3), which stands atop the league standings.

Marques Charlton scored 13 points and Felix Abongo grabbed 11 rebounds for Clarkson (15-6, 7-5).

SUNY POTSDAM 75, GENESEO 61

Rob Duquette and Mark Lake Jr. scored 17 points apiece to lead the Bears past the Knights in a SUNYAC game in Potsdam.

Curtis Pierce added 15 points and Josh Lambert scored 10 for SUNY Potsdam (9-12, 5-9), which scored 31 points off 19 Geneseo turnovers.

Gordon Lyons led Geneseo (14-8, 10-15) with 24 points and 10 rebounds.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

ST. LAWRENCE 78, RENSSELAER 56

Kelly Legg scored 19 points to lead three Saints in double figures in their Liberty League victory over the Engineers at Burkman Gymnasium.

Kara McDuffee and Ally Cady added 14 points apiece for St. Lawrence (16-6, 10-3). McDuffee added six rebounds and six assists and Cady provided five assists.

Sarah Wetmore led Rensselaer (11-10, 5-7) with a game-high 23 points.

UNION 62, CLARKSON 39

The Dutchwomen used a balanced attack to roll past the Golden Knights in Liberty League play at Potsdam.

Brittney Kenney, Carolyn Niedzwiecki and Kate Thompson each had eight points for Union (13-8, 8-5).

Leighann Tomita led all scorers with 12 points for Clarkson (3-17, 1-11).

SUNY GENESEO 74, SUNY POTSDAM 33

Shannon McGinnis tallied 17 points as the Blue Knights routed the Bears in a SUNYAC game at Potsdam.

Melissa Graham registered a double-double of 12 points and 11 rebounds for SUNY Geneseo (16-5, 12-3).

Katie LaVoie paced SUNY Potsdam (1-20, 0-14) with eight points.

SUNY CANTON CANCELS GAMES

The winter weather forced SUNY Canton to cancel all its games this weekend.

The two-game men’s hockey series against Franklin Pierce was wiped out, as well as the men’s and women’s basketball games versus Unity College and the University of Maine-Augusta.

None of these games will be rescheduled.

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