SCHENECTADY Dayle Wilkinson scored on the power play with 5 minutes, 17 seconds left in regulation as the St. Lawrence womens hockey team slipped past Union, 1-0, in an ECAC Hockey game on Saturday afternoon.
Carmen MacDonald stopped 24 shots to earn her second shutout of the season for the Saints (9-14-3, 8-5-3).
Shenae Lundberg turned aside 34 shots for the Dutchwomen (8-19-1, 3-13-0).
CLARKSON 5, RENSSELAER 1
Shannon MacAulay scored twice as the Golden Knights downed the Engineers in an ECAC game at Troy.
Vanessa Plante notched a goal and an assist for Clarkson (21-4-3, 12-2-2), which scored three times on the power play.
Heidi Huhtamaki tallied for Rensselaer (10-15-2, 6-9-1).
SUNY PLATTSBURGH 10, SUNY POTSDAM 0
Shannon Stewart collected five points, including four assists, as the Cardinals blanked the Bears (9-7-3, 5-4-3) in an ECAC West game at Plattsburgh. Mel Ames, Giovanna Senese, Katelyn Turk and Jordan Lipson each tallied two goals for SUNY Plattsburgh (17-0-1, 10-0-0).
SUNY POTSDAM 5, SUNY GENESEO 2
Billy Pascallis two goals and two assists powered the Bears to a SUNYAC win over the Ice Knights in Geneseo.
Jon Hall stopped 28 shots to gain his first win of the season for SUNY Potsdam (7-12, 2-8).
Justin Scharfe and Zachary Vit each scored for SUNY Geneseo (14-5, 8-2).
CLARKSON 77, HOBART 68
John Coleman recorded 24 points as the Golden Knights used 11 3-pointers to outlast the Statesmen in a Liberty League matchup at Potsdam.
Marques Charlton and Felix Abongo each scored 15 points for Clarkson (10-7, 4-4).
RIT 70, ST. LAWRENCE 65
J.P. Reagans 18 points helped the Tigers finish strong to beat the Saints in a Liberty League game at Canton.
Brendan Reinert scored 13 points for Rochester Institute of Technology (11-6, 5-3), which ended the game with a 14-1 run. Janpeter Brase had a team-high 14 points for St. Lawrence (6-11, 2-6).
SUNY ONEONTA 81, SUNY POTSDAM 77
Mikey McElroy generated a game-high 25 points as the Red Dragons fended off the Bears for a SUNYAC victory in Potsdam.
Zach Mager netted 23 points for SUNY Oneonta (9-10, 6-6).
Rob Duquette and Zac Adams each scored 19 points for SUNY Potsdam (3-15, 1-10).
FINGER LAKES CC 84, JEFFERSON CC 69
Will Arberry tallied 17 points as the Lakers pulled away to beat the Cannoneers in a Mid-State Athletic Conference game at Canandaigua.
Dylan Verkey and Kaleem Edwards each notched 13 points for Finger Lakes CC (15-7, 6-2). Damien Jackson was the games high scorer with 19 points for JCC (5-14, 1-7).
ST. LAWRENCE 85, RIT 59
Kara McDuffee supplied a double-double of 28 points and 10 rebounds as the Saints routed the Tigers for a Liberty League win in Canton.
Kelly Legg added 14 points for St. Lawrence (11-6, 7-1).
Kayla Wheeler scored 17 points for RIT (9-8, 5-3).
CLARKSON 69, WILLIAM SMITH 57
Cara Manfredis 24 points helped the Golden Knights erase a five-point halftime deficit for a Liberty League victory over the Herons in Potsdam. Ashley Loggins chipped in 16 points for Clarkson (8-8, 3-5).
SUNY ONEONTA 70, SUNY POTSDAM 64
Grace Schilling scored 19 points as the Red Dragon rallied to beat the Bears in SUNYAC play at Potsdam.
Alyshia Crawford contributed 11 points for SUNY Oneonta (14-5, 8-4), which rallied from being down 37-20 at the half.
Jessica Kouzan led all scorers with 23 points for SUNY Potsdam (4-14, 2-9).
JEFFERSON CC 75, FINGER LAKES CC 56
Jasmine Canadys 27 points, nine steals and eight rebounds propelled the Cannoneers to a Mid-State Athletic Conference over the Lakers in Canandaigua. Hammonds Alyssa Crosby supplied 16 points for JCC (15-3, 7-1). Alex Shepard paced Finger Lakes CC (8-10, 5-3) with 11 points.
TRACK AND FIELD
THREE SLU WOMEN WIN
Divya Biswal won the long jump and the triple jump as three Saints women won events at the Dartmouth Indoor Invitational in Hanover, N.H. Carly Stine placed first in the 500 meters and Ariel Beccia took the 3,000 meters.
In the mens competition, Chris Payton won the long jump and ran on the winning 1,600 relay team.Payton was joined by Adrian Wilson, Harrison Sloan and Ogdensburgs Nick Crawford.
SLU SWEEPS UTICA
Senior Tad Deatly won two events in his last home meet as the SLU men defeated Utica, 123-93.
Deatly placed first in the 1,000-yard freestyle and 200 butterfly. Grant Reeder, Hank McCormick and Kirby Kaylor also earned individual victories for St. Lawrence (1-7).
In the womens meet, Elizabeth Canne, Alanna Blackburn and Julia Carson each took a pair of events as SLU routed Utica, 141-18. Canne won the 200 freestyle and 200 breaststroke, while Blackburns win were in the 50 and 100 freestyle for St. Lawrence (6-2).
SUNY POTSDAM, SUNY OSWEGO SPLIT
Laurissa Coombs finished first in the 200 backstroke, 200 IM and was a part of the 400 relay team as the Bears edged the Lakers, 149-139, in the final SUNYAC dual meet of the season.
Potsdam (2-5). Richie Zimmerman was first in four events, but the Bears lost the mens meet to the Lakers, 185-103.