POTSDAM Bailey Weigel accounted for seven points, including four goals, as the SUNY Potsdam womens 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.
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).
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).
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 DAlessandro also qualified for the individual tournament at nationals.
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).
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.
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 Delhis two teams finished third and fourth, respectively.
A second St. Lawrence team was fifth with a total of 344.