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Local colleges: Bears defeat Kangaroos in women’s lacrosse, 18-7

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POTSDAM — Bailey Weigel accounted for seven points, including four goals, as the SUNY Potsdam women’s lacrosse team downed SUNY Canton, 18-7, in a nonconference game on Sunday afternoon.

Margaret Wall also tallied four goals for the Bears (4-4), while former Immaculate Heart Central product Bri McClusky scored three times and handed out four assists.

Michelle Varney also notched a hat trick for SUNY Potsdam.

Tressa Goolden supplied three goals for the Kangaroos (4-4) and former Potsdam High star Keeley Rice added a pair of goals.

BASEBALL

ST. LAWRENCE 2-7, SKIDMORE 1-2

The Saints’ Carter Franz belted a two-run home run and Kevin Prindle tossed a complete game in the opener of a doubleheader en route to a Liberty League sweep of the Thoroughbreds in Canton.

Paul Piatelli belted a solo homer in the nightcap for St. Lawrence (10-4, 5-1).

Matty Tatkow generated three hits for Skidmore (6-10, 3-5) in game two.

CLARKSON 2-3, RIT 1-5

Bryan Chudy allowed just four hits over seven innings for his first complete-game victory as the Golden Knights earned another Liberty League split with the Tigers in Potsdam.

Greg Jasek singled home the eventual game-winning run in the opener for Clarkson (8-10, 5-5).

Ronnie Canestro drove in a pair of runs for Rochester Institute of Technology (7-6, 2-4) to earn the win in the nightcap.

JEFFERSON CC 10, MONROE CC 8

Former South Jefferson star Tyler Decker hit for the cycle and drove in six runs as the Cannoneers took the first game of a nonconference twin bill to split with the Tribunes in Rochester.

Kyle Simmons, formerly of Watertown High School, added two triples and drove in a pair of runs for Jefferson Community College (7-10).

Spencer Scorza plated four runs for Monroe CC (17-9).

SOFTBALL

UNION 9-0, ST. LAWRENCE 1-6

Kyle Plimpton struck out nine in a complete-game shutout as the Saints salvaged in a split in game two of a Liberty League doubleheader with the Dutchwomen in Schenectady.

St. Lawrence (9-9, 2-2) used a four-run second inning when it clubbed four hits and took advantage of two errors.

Samantha Chevalier decked a two-run home run in the fourth to capture game one for Union (6-13, 2-2).

EQUESTRIAN

SLU WINS ZONE 2 TITLE

St. Lawrence University moved one step closer to defending its national title as it won the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association Zone 2 championship.

The Saints beat out runner-up Skidmore by nine points, while Alfred finished third.

SLU riders Casey Zuraitis, Anna Haron and Emily D’Alessandro also qualified for the individual tournament at nationals.

MEN’S TENNIS

ST. LAWRENCE 9, UNION 0

Matt Burke only lost one game in his singles match as the Saints swept the Dutchmen in a Liberty League match in Canton.

St. Lawrence (9-4) did not lose a single match during the weekend against Bard and Union (3-4).

WOMEN’S TENNIS

ST. LAWRENCE 9, UNION 0

Shannon Murphy and Samantha Miller won their singles matches without losing a game as the Saints blanked the Dutchwomen in Liberty League play at Canton.

Like the men, the St. Lawrence (9-4) did not lose a single match over the weekend.

MEN’S GOLF

SAINTS TAKE UTICA TOURNEY

Jack Reardon fired a winning 77 and Brandon Lustig shot a 78 for second place as St. Lawrence won the Utica College Invitational at Skenandoa Golf Club in Clinton.

The Saints shot a team total of 318, which was 12 shots better than runner-up University of Scranton.

SUNY Delhi’s two teams finished third and fourth, respectively.

A second St. Lawrence team was fifth with a total of 344.




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