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Clarkson, SLU, SUNY Canton. SUNY Potsdam prevail in Women’s Soccer

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POTSDAM — Nikki Carfi played a role in all three goals as the Clarkson University women’s soccer team opened the season with a 3-1 win over Wellesley in the North Country Classic Saturday.

Carfi scored the first goal of the game for Clarkson, then assisted on goals from Hailey Hider and Aubrey Harris.

ST. LAWRENCE 2, SUNY CORTLAND 1

Emily DePoy scored twice, including the game-winner from 40 yards out in the 89th minute, as the Saints defeated SUNY Cortland in the North Country Classic in Canton.

DePoy’s first goal came in the 10th minute. SUNY Cortland answered with a goal from Amanda Margolis in the 69th minute.

SUNY CANTON 4, BAY PATH 0

Karley Cree scored twice to help the Kangaroos shut out Bay Path in the SUNY Canton Tournament.Melissa Campoverde and Katlyn Hart also scored for SUNY Canton. Brittany Rotach made three saves for the Kangaroos.

SUNY Potsdam 4, New ENGLAND COLLEGE 1

Chateaugay product Alexis Beach generated a goal and one assist to lead SUNY Potsdam past New England College in the opening round of the Collegiate Cup at SUNY Potsdam. Kaylin VanWagner, Hailey Hollenbeck and Keely Sammon each scored once while Summer Badder had two assists.

Lauren Smith scored for New England. Michaela Cole and Sara Livecchi had three saves combined for the Bears (1-0).

MEN’S SOCCER

STEVENS 5, CLARKSON 0

Jay Mikula scored one goal and assisted on another to help Stevens defeat the Golden Knights (1-1) in the Lotto Classic in Potsdam. Carson Pryor, Stephen Dunbar,

RUTGERS-NEWARK 2,

SUNY POTSDAM 1 (OT)

Paulino Marques scored in the 92nd minute on his own rebound to lift Rutgers-Newark (1-1) past the Bears in the Collegiate Village Cup in Potsdam.

Eduardo Figueroa scored the first goal of the game for the Bears (1-1) in the 30th minute.

Raphael Araujo answered for Rutgers-Newark in the 42nd.

RIT 4, SUNY Canton 0

John Kaddo tallied two goals with one assist as the Tigers defeated SUNY Canton (0-2) in the Doug May Classic in Pittsford.

VOLLEYBALL

CLARKSON SPLITS AGAIN

Clarkson (2-2) opened the second day of the SUNY Cortland Invitational with a 17-25, 25-18, 25-15, 25-12 win over Buffal State but fell 25-19, 21-25, 25-16, 25-15 to Juniata in its second match.Aishvina Arasu had 24 kills for Clarkson. Lani Durio produced 35 assists.

SAINTS GO 2-0

After dropping two matches on Friday the Saints (2-2) defeated Emmanuel and Hartwick in the second day of the Oneonta Invitational.

SLU defeated Emmanuel 25-18, 26-24, 25-21 and then swept Hartwick 25-17, 25-9, 26-24.

Senior captain Katie Prue earned All-Tournament Team honors.

BEARS DROP TWO

Sarah Anderson and Sarah Becker each produced eight kills but SUNY Potsdam (2-2) fell 19-25, 25-12, 25-21, 25-22 to Kean in their first match Saturday in the Oneonta Invitational.

SUNY Potsdam ended the event with a 25-19, 25-19, 21-25, 23-25, 15-10 loss to SUNY Oneonta. Senior setter/Jenna Blujus was named to the All-Tournament Team

Roos STAY UNBEATEN

Morgan Bills had n13 kills and Caitlin Grimshaw and Lindsay Bryer each record eight kills as the SUNY Canton women’s volleyball continued its perfect start to the season getting past visiting Wells College, 3-1 (25-17, 21-25, 25-11, 25-16) Saturday afternoon at the Roos House.

CROSS COUNTRY

CLARKSON SWEEPS

Clarkson’s men’s and women’s teams both earned championships at SUNY Canton’s Kangaroo Invitational.

The Clarkson men finished with 15 points and Castleton was second with 53. SUNY Canton was third with 84 and SUNY Potsdam was fifth with 132.Clarkson’s women earned 25 points and finished 50 points ahead of second-place Castleton. SUNY Canton was fourth with 92 points and SUNY Potsdam was fifth with 104.

Clarkson took the top nine spots in the men’s race, though only five count for points. The winner was Ryan Recchia.

Catherine Zarnofsky finished first for Clarkson’s women, three seconds ahead of teammate Sarah Governale.

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