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Local colleges: Clarkson women’s hockey tops Dartmouth, 3-0

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POTSDAM — Jamie Lee Rattray scored one goal and assisted on another to help Clarkson women’s team defeat the Big Green 3-0 in an ECAC Hockey game at Cheel Arena on Friday night.

Jessica Gillham scored the first goal for Clarkson (8-2-2 overall, 3-1-1 ECAC Hockey) at 9 minutes, 16 seconds of the first period.

Genevieve Bannon scored Clarkson’s second goal at 1:14 of the third period, and Rattray ended the scoring with an empty-net goal at 18:35.

Erica Howe made 11 saves to shut out Dartmouth (1-5, 1-4).

HARVARD 3, ST. LAWRENCE 2

A three-goal first period helped the Crimson (4-1) knock off St. Lawrence University in an ECAC Hockey game at Appleton Arena.

Samantha Reber started things for Harvard with a goal at 4:26 of the first period.

Sarah Edney scored at 10:26, with Norfolk native Jessica Harvey picking up one of the assists, and Sydney Daniels scored at 17:46.

Rylee Smith scored in the second period for the Saints (4-7, 3-2), and Kirsten Padalis scored in the third.

SUNY CANTON 1, SUNY CORTLAND 1 (OT)

Gina Tomei scored 19 seconds into the third period to help SUNY Cortland (1-1-1) salvage a tie with the Kangaroos in a nonconference game in Canton.

Lora Ardoin scored a shorthanded goal just 1:38 into the game for SUNY Canton (0-2-1).

MEN’S HOCKEY

SUNY CANTON 2, SUNY FREDONIA 0

Morgan Barr made 34 saves to lead SUNY Canton to a shutout of the Blue Devils (1-2) in a nonconference game in Fredonia.

Cory Giczewski and Dave Ferris scored power-play goals for the Kangaroos (1-2-1) in the first period.

SUNY BROCKPORT 6, SUNY POTSDAM 3

Jake Taylor scored two goals to help SUNY Brockport (1-2, 1-0) defeat the Bears in a SUNYAC game in Potsdam.

Shane Cavalieri added one goal and two assists for Brockport and Chase Nieuwendyk, Troy Polino and James Ryan also scored.

Matt Thompson scored twice to pace the Bears (0-3, 0-2). Zach Blake also scored for SUNY Potsdam.

VOLLEYBALL

CLARKSON 3, VASSAR 0

Xiao Liang led top-seeded Clarkson (32-6) with 18 kills in a 25-22, 25-13, 25-17 sweep of No. 4 Vassar in a Liberty League semifinal in Potsdam.

Clarkson will meet Union in today’s championship match at 4, with the winner earning an automatic bid to the NCAA Division III Tournament.

Aishvina Arasu and Victoria Kirkemo each added nine kills for Clarkson.

union 3, st. lawrence 0

Rajpreet Dhaliwal produced nine kills to lead No. 2 Union (22-10) past the Saints in a Liberty League semifinal match.

Lexi Brown led the Saints (21-12) with nine kills, and Jenna Street provided 20 assists.

SUNY PLATTSBURGH 3, SUNY POTSDAM 0

Rosi Cummings tallied 11 kills and Maggie Schrantz added 10 as the Cardinals (17-14) beat SUNY Potsdam 25-17, 25-18, 25-19 in a SUNYAC quarterfinal in New Paltz.

Liza Fields led the Bears (15-16) with nine kills, and Lauren Manzo provided 26 assists.

CROSS COUNTRY

CANTON WOMEN FINISH NINTH

Keara Byrne and Megan Mydosh each finished in the top 20 to lead the SUNY Canton women to a ninth-place finish at the USCAA championship meet in Syracuse.

Byrne finished in 17th place overall and Mydosh was 19th. SUNY Canton finished with 232 points. Daemen claimed the women’s title with 51 points.

SUNY Canton’s men finished in 15th place with 353 points. SUNY ESF won the men’s title with 42 points.

SWIMMING AND DIVING

CLARKSON, SLU SPLIT

Clarkson’s men were victorious, but St. Lawrence University won the women’s meet as the schools met in Canton.

Al Catano and Sam Zagrobelny each won two events to lead Clarkson past SLU in the men’s meet 125.5-95.5. SLU’s women won 128-48.

Catano finished first in the 200-meter freestyle and 100 backstroke for Clarkson and Zagrobelny won the 50 and 100 freestyles. James Wilczewski won the 1-meter and 3-meter dives for SLU.

Nikki Jewett led the SLU women with wins in both diving events.

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