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St. Lawrence claims home playoff berth with win

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CANTON — Pierson Fowler scored three goals to lead the St. Lawrence University men’s lacrosse team to a 12-3 victory over Rensselaer in a Liberty League game Saturday.

The win clinches a home playoff game for the Saints in the conference tournament, which begins in two weeks.

Alden Frelinghuysen and Malcolm Lynch each scored twice for SLU (10-3 overall, 5-0 conference).

Eric Valero led RPI (5-8, 1-5) with two goals.

SUNY CORTLAND 12, CLARKSON 6

Former Massena standout Zach Hopps provided three goals and two assists to lead the top-ranked Red Dragons (13-0) in a nonconference game in Cortland.

Joe Slavik also registered three goals and two assists for SUNY Cortland. Cody Consul and Matt Rakoczy scored twice.

Peter Goss led Clarkson (8-5) with two goals.

SUNY POTSDAM 11, SUNY GENESEO 10

Ed Doherty scored with 1 minute, 31 seconds left to give the Bears (6-5, 2-2) a win over SUNY Geneseo in a SUNYAC game in Potsdam.

Rob Kunz finished with three goals and three assists for the Bears. Doherty and Pat Morrill both scored two goals.

Brent Lawless led SUNY Geneseo (5-6, 2-2) with three goals. Sam Thompson and Tim Burgess both produced two goals.

CASTLETON 18, SUNY CANTON 5

Spencer Hunt’s three goals and three assists led Castleton (11-3) in a nonconference game in Canton.

Alex Green, Ken Bourneuf and Will Stuhler all scored twice for Castleton.

Chris Gamble led the Kangaroos (4-5) with two goals.

WOMEN’S LACROSSE

SUNY FREDONIA 18, SUNY POTSDAM 4

Rachael Reinis scored six goals to help power the Blue Devils (14-0, 6-0) during a SUNYAC game in Fredonia.

Erin Edson scored three goals, and Kaila Fox and Katie Glagolev each scored twice.

Whitney Boshart led the Bears (4-8, 1-5) with two goals.

BASEBALL

ROCHESTER 3-11, CLARKSON 2-13

Bobby Derico and Matt Jenack drove in runs in the top of the 12th inning to help Clarkson (10-15, 7-9) salvage a split of a Liberty League doubleheader with the Yellowjackets in Rochester.

John Coleman went 5-for-8 for Clarkson in game two. David Wixted, Derico and Jenack each had three hits and Justin Rebhun and Tim Beninati produced two hits in the second game.

Nolan Schultz had two hits in game one and three in game two for Rochester (13-15, 7-9). Sam Slutsky and Ethan Sander both supplied three-hit games in game two for Rochester.

RENSSELAER 2-16, ST. LAWRENCE 1-5

Shane Matthews went 3-for-4, including a home run, and drove in three runs to lead Rensselaer (19-7, 11-5) to a sweep in a Liberty League doubleheader in Troy.

Mike Campisi struck out seven for RPI in the opener. Chuck Erickson led RPI with four hits and four RBIs in game two. Tim LeSuer and Jared Jensen also had three hits.

Mark Syron produced two hits in each game for the Saints (13-10, 7-7). Carter Franz contributed two, including a home run, and drove in three runs in game two for the Saints.

FISHER 10, SUNY CANTON 9

Fisher rallied from a 5-0 deficit to defeat the Kangaroos (6-17) in a nonconference game in Canton.

Victor Lebron went 2-for-2 and drove in five runs for Fisher (30-14). Jose Paulino added three hits for Fisher.

Kyle Sacks went 2-for-4 to lead SUNY Canton and Michael Zelyez drove in four runs.

SOFTBALL

ST. LAWRENCE 8-9, SKIDMORE 5-0

Kyle Plimpton struck out 15 in the opener as the Saints (14-11, 6-4) swept a Liberty League doubleheader in Saratoga Springs.

Aisha O’Connor totaled three hits for SLU in game one and Caroline Kieltyka, Cailyn Welsh and Lauren Weisbarth each added two hits.

Natasha Bell, Elizabeth McGinley and Kieltyka all deliveredthree hits in game two for the Saints.

Julia Schwartz went 3-for-4 for Skidmore (9-25, 1-9) in game one.

SUNY CANTON 6, FISHER 1

Nicole Mulieri and Tina DeLuca each produced two hits to send the Kangaroos to victory in a nonconference game in Canton. Allie Gibson struck out nine for the Kangaroos (11-17).

TRACK AND FIELD

SAINTS WOMEN CLAIM TITLE

Led by two wins from Elizabeth Edwards and Divya Biswal the St. Lawrence University women claimed the championship at the Liberty League meet in Poughkeepsie.

SLU finished with 216 points and Rensselaer was second with 175. The Saints men finished in third place with 11 points and Rensselaer won with 222.

Edwards, who was named the co-Track Performer, set a Liberty League record in the 5,000-meter run with a time of 17 minutes, 39.10 seconds and also won the 1,500. Biswal, the Field Performer, won the long and triple jumps.

SLU’s women also received titles from Caroline Raue (steeplechase), Samantha Weber (javelin), Jessica Marini (400 hurdles) and Jessica Tyree (discus).

For SLU’s men, Mike Scott claimed the high jump. The Saints also won the 1,600 relay.

MEN’S GOLF

WHELAN WINS TITLE

SLU’s Jack Whelan was the individual champion at the Fred Kravitz Invitational in Rochester, shooting a 73 on the Oak Hill Country Club. Whelan shot a 76 in the first round at Irondequoit.

WOMEN’S CREW

SAINTS WIN IN CLINTON

SLU’s varsity 8 boat, consisiting of Kelly Greenwood, Heidi Weiss, Karen Blakelock, Maggie Fellows, Jenette Kloss, Britton Weber, Sally Dankner and Jessica Burdett, defeated Hamilton College to win the Newell Cup in Clinton.

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