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College roundup: Gagnon caps Clarkson rally

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SCHENECTADY — Vanessa Gagnon scored with 13 seconds left in regulation as the Clarkson women’s hockey team rallied to defeat Union College, 3-2, in an ECAC Hockey game Saturday.

Danielle Skirrow tied the game at two for the Golden Knights (23-7 overall, 15-3 ECAC) at 11 minutes, 15 seconds of the third period. Clarkson also received a power-play goal from Erin Ambrose.

Jessica Kaminsky and Kelly McGrath scored for the Dutchwomen (7-20-3, 0-15-3).

ST. LAWRENCE 1, RENSSELAER 1 (OT)

Kelly Sabatine tied the game 3:17 into the third period to help the Saints salvage an ECAC Hockey tie with the Engineers in Troy.

Carmen MacDonald stopped 25 shots for St. Lawrence (16-11-3, 11-5-2).

Alexa Gruschow scored a shorthanded goal for Rensselaer (9-17-4, 7-9-2).

MEN’S HOCKEY

SUNY POTSDAM 4, SUNY GENESEO 3 (OT)

Kenny Simon scored 40 seconds into overtime to give the Bears a second straight overtime win in SUNYAC play in Massena.

Shane Talarico stopped 24 shots for SUNY Potsdam (8-14-1, 5-9).

Ryan Bulach scored both goals in the third period for the Ice Knights (15-8-1, 10-4-1), including the game-tying goal with 1:44 left in regulation.

MEN’S BASKETBALL

RENSSELAER 82, CLARKSON 79 (OT)

Jamie Zajac scored 25 points as the Engineers escaped with their second straight Liberty League overtime win in Potsdam. Brendan Farley added 15 points for Rensselaer (13-9, 8-5).

Marques Charlton had 19 points for Clarkson (15-7, 7-6), which missed two jumpers to tie the game in the final seconds.

UNION 80, ST. LAWRENCE 73

Keith Callies’s 22 points gave the Dutchmen (19-4, 11-3) a Liberty League win in Canton.

Janpeter Brase scored 20 points for St. Lawrence (9-14, 7-7).

JEFFERSON CC 89, ONONDAGA CC 73

Derrick Williams scored 28 points as the Cannoneers snapped a 13-game losing streak with a Mid-State Athletic Conference upset over the Lazers in Syracuse.

Damien Jackson added 15 points and eight assists for Jefferson CC (6-15, 1-10).

Adam Misener scored 22 points for Onondaga Community College (15-10, 5-5).

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

ST. LAWRENCE 63, UNION 53

Kara McDuffee led the Saints with 19 points and 12 rebounds as they beat the Dutchwomen in a Liberty League game at Canton.

Kelly Legg added 18 points for SLU (17-6, 11-3), which used a 13-1 run in the second half to put the game out of reach.

Kelsey McDonald paced Union (13-9, 8-6) with 13 points.

RENSSELAER 81, CLARKSON 66

Sarah Wetmore’s game-high 32 points helped the Engineers earn a Liberty League win in Potsdam.

Amanda Lynch chipped in with 14 points and eight rebounds for Rensselaer (12-10, 6-7).

Ashley Loggins registered 24 points and 14 rebounds for Clarkson (3-18, 1-12), while Leighann Tomita added 21.

ONONDAGA CC 77, JEFFERSON CC 53

Amanda Marcely and Kaitlynne Knapp each scored 16 points as the Lazers won a Mid-State Athletic Conference game in Syracuse.

Kayla Kibling and Jenna Johnson each chipped in with 11 points for Onondaga Community College (23-2, 10-0).

Morgan Kiernan scored 20 points for Jefferson CC (10-14, 6-5).

INDOOR TRACK & FIELD

SAINTS DEFEND TITLE

St. Lawrence’s Ella Martin and Divya Biswal were named the top performers as the Saints defended their Liberty League women’s title at the Rochester Institute of Technology.

Martin, a freshman, won the mile and the 5,000 meters, and Biswal won the 60 hurdles, long jump, triple jump and contributed to the winning 800 relay. Hannah Kinsey won the 60 and 200 and anchored the 800 relay for the Saints. Other Saints winners were Carly Stine (400), Kylie Morris (high jump) and Taylor Washington (pole vault).

SLU defeated runner-up RIT 201-132.5.

The Saints men placed second behind RIT (209-136). Spencer Patterson won the 800 and mile to win top track performer meet honors. SLU’s Nick Crawford (400), Jake Fredericks (60 hurdles) and Andy Fisher (200) also won.

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