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Local colleges: SUNY Potsdam men’s soccer ties last year’s win total

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POTSDAM — The SUNY Potsdam men’s soccer team easily dispatched Bard College, 2-0, on Sunday at Maxcy Turf Field, tying last year’s team with its fourth win of the season.

Sophomore forward Tom Benedetto and junior forward Eduardo Figueroa scored for the Bears (4-1).

Potsdam freshman goalkeeper Nick Davies posted his first career shutout without facing a shot on goal.

SUNY CANTON 4, GREEN MOUNTAIN 1

The Kangaroos (2-2) scored two goals in each half as they beat Green Mountain College at Poultney, Vt.

Hunter Mowery and Nick Escalante notched first-half goals, while Tyler Gallagher and Abdulai Jagana added goals in the second half for SUNY Canton.

SUNY Canton keeper Jamie Stevens made two saves for his first collegiate victory.

WOMEN’S SOCCER

ELMIRA 4, POTSDAM 2

Another slow start cost the Bears as they fell at Elmira College.

Potsdam (1-3) found itself in a 0-2 hole after the initial 22 minutes before fighting their way back into it with a pair of goals by sophomore Summer Bader.

The Soaring Eagles (2-1) received goals from Mollie Hamilton, Caitlyn Crisuolo, Kimi Girmus and Meagan Fullen.

SUNY ALFRED 4, SUNY CANTON 0

Brittany Rotach continued her solid play in goal, stopping 10 shots, but it was not enough as the Kangaroos fell 4-0 at Alfred.

The win improves the Pioneers to 3-1, while the loss drops the Kangaroos to 3-2.

WOMEN’S TENNIS

Saints sweep doubles

St. Lawrence University swept both the A and B doubles brackets in impressive fashion, while rookie Hallie Young won the C singles flight in the first event of the year at the Mary Hosking Invitational hosted by William Smith College in Geneva.

SLU’s top doubles team of Elkie Vandenbeemt and Morgan McNeal cruised to three victories in A doubles.

In the B doubles bracket, first-year student Georgia Comber teamed with sophomore Bridget Fleming and the pair lost only three games in four matches.

Young and Sarah Lipworth both reached the semifinals in C singles, but it was Young who prevailed in dramatic fashion, 9-7, over William Smith’s Hannah Webster to earn a spot in the title match. Young then handled Mariana Flores Kim of Rochester 8-3 to lock up the individual title.

GOLF

IthacA’S Li prevails

Sharon Li shot back-to-back rounds of 2-over-par 74 for a 148 total to take medalist honors and lead Ithaca College to the team title in the 14th annual St. Lawrence University Collegiate Invitational in Canton Saturday and Sunday.

Li posted a 4-shot win over Kristina Shalhoup of NYU and Rebecca Studin of SUNY Cortland, who tied for second with 152 totals.

The host Saints were fifth at 702. Sophomore Claire O’Neil led SLU, finishing 10th overall with rounds of 83 and 80 for 163.

In the men’s competition, University of Rochester senior Nick Palladino backed up an opening round of 4-under 68 with a 3-under 69 on Sunday to cruise to medalist honors, leading his Yellowjackets to a 12-stroke victory over runner-up Clarkson.

St. Lawrence’s Jack Whelan ran into some difficulty on the back nine on Sunday and shot 79, tying for sixth with teammate Jack Reardon at 150. Clarkson’s Tyler Kline was third with a 148 total with rounds of 75 and 73, while teammates Matt Blair and Evan Cody tied for fourth at 149.

Sophomore John Hickey led SUNY Potsdam, tying for 16th place with rounds of 74 and 82.

Mike Reilly of SUNY Canton placed eighth, shooting 72-79.

VOLLEYBALL

CORNING CC 3, JEFFERSON CC 2

Visiting Corning CC edged the host Cannoneers in five games, 25-18, 25-27, 25-21, 18-25, 15-9, in a Mid-State Athletic Conference match.

Ashley Capone recorded 14 kills, five blocks and 19 digs for JCC (2-3). Haley Riley had 19 kills and 19 digs, while Kierstin Burke contributed 11 kills and 30 digs.

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