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CANTON — The SUNY Canton men’s soccer team received three goals from three players and Keuka College, 3-0, on Sunday afternoon.

Hunter Mowery, Elhadji Gueye and Jose Menendez each provided goals, and Nick Escalante assisted on two of them for the Kangaroos (3-3).

WOMEN’S SOCCER

SUNY POTSDAM 0, UTICA 0

The Bears and Pioneers played to a scoreless draw after 120 minutes of play in a conference matchup at Potsdam.

Jamie Enders stopped seven shots for Utica (1-3-2), while Michela Cole and Lauren Haase each made a save for SUNY Potsdam (2-3-1).

MEN’S GOLF

CLARKSON 2ND AT MIDDLEBURY

Clarkson placed second by just one shot against host Middlebury at the Duke Nelson Invitational in Middlebury, Vt.

Clarkson finished with a team total of 597, and Matt Blair tied for ninth for the Golden Knights. SUNY Potsdam finished 16th in the 22-team field as John Hickey tied for 25th spot.

WOMEN’S GOLF

O’NEILL TIES FOR FIRST

St. Lawrence University’s Claire O’Neill shot a 73 in round two of the NYU Women’s Invitational and shared the medalist honors with a two-day score of 148.

O’Neill and SUNY Cortland’s Rebecca Studen each shot rounds of 75-73—148 and were declared co-champions in the individual competition.

The Saints finished sixth behind team champion Williams.

MEN’S TENNIS

ROCHESTER SWEEPS at SLU

The Yellowjackets took all three singles flights and both doubles tournaments to sweep the St. Lawrence Fall Classic in Canton.

All three singles finals featured two Rochester teammates playing each other for titles and were won by Boris Borovcanin, Jonathan Baker and Alex Hollenberg.

FIELD HOCKEY

MIDDLEBURY 4, ST. LAWRENCE 0

Catherine Fowler’s two goals gave the Panthers a nonconference win over the Saints (1-3) in Canton.

Bridget Instrum and Alex Kuzma also contributed goals for Middlebury (3-0).

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