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Ambrose’s late goal lifts Clarkson past Harvard in women’s hockey

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CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Erin Ambrose scored with 5 minutes, 17 seconds remaining in regulation to help the Clarkson University women’s hockey team to a 2-1 ECAC conference victory over Harvard on Friday night.

Shannon MacAulay provided a goal and an assist, and Erica Howe collected 21 saves to help the Golden Knights (22-4-5, 13-2-4) to their 13th game without a loss.

Mary Parker netted a goal and Emerance Maschmeyer made 37 saves for the Crimson (19-4-3, 14-3-2).

ST. LAWRENCE 4, DARTMOUTH 1

Jenna Marks notched a hat trick as the Saints scored the last four goals of the game to top the Big Green in ECAC play at Hanover, N.H.

Carmen MacDonald made 31 saves for St. Lawrence University (11-16-3, 10-6-3).

Dartmouth is 7-17-1, 6-12-1.

MEN’S HOCKEY

SUNY POTSDAM 4, SUNY MORRSIVILLE 3

Vinny Caligiuri’s goal with 2:53 left in regulation capped a four-goal rally that lifted the Bears to a SUNYAC victory over the Mustangs in Potsdam.

Caligiuri, Brad Campagna and Trevor Cope also scored goals for SUNY Potsdam (8-12-2, 2-8-2).

SUNY Morrisville is 5-16-2, 2-12-1.

SUNY CANTON 2, FRANKLIN PIERCE 2 (OT)

Tyler Cornele tied the game 12:58 into the second period as the Ravens forged a nonconference draw with the Kangaroos in Canton.

Kyle Moran made 42 saves for Franklin Pierce (4-15-3).

Jordan Grimsley and Nick Vasilopoulos scored for SUNY Canton (5-14-3).

MEN’S BASKETBALL

ST. LAWRENCE 76, RIT 68

Kyle Edwards scored a game-high 19 points and the Saints used a 9-0 run in the closing minutes to complete a come-from-behind victory over the Tigers in a Liberty League game at Rochester.

Kieran Miller finished with 12 points for St. Lawrence University (8-13, 4-8).

Rochester Institute of Technology is 14-8, 8-5.

HOBART 69, CLARKSON 50

Connor Rehbaum scored 20 points to help the Statesmen (18-5, 12-2) beat the Golden Knights in Geneva, clinching a spot in the Liberty League tournament.

Felix Abongo scored 17 points and pulled down eight rebounds for Clarkson University (12-9, 6-6).

SUNY POTSDAM 68, SUNY OSWEGO 66

Joe Estramonte drained his sixth 3-point field goal at the buzzer to lift the host Bears to a SUNYAC upset over the Lakers (14-8, 8-7) at Potsdam.

Estramonte scored a team-high 20 points and Zac Adams added 18 points for SUNY Potsdam (4-17, 2-12).

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

RIT 59, ST. LAWRENCE 43

The Saints lost sole possession of first place in the Liberty League after seeing their six-game winning streak come to an end with a loss to the Tigers in Rochester.

Courtney Tennant scored 18 points to help Rochester Institute of Technology (12-10, 8-5) avenge a 26-point loss to St. Lawrence 13 days ago.

SLU (14-7, 10-2) is now tied with Vassar atop the league standings.

WILLIAM SMITH 67, CLARKSON 57

The Golden Knights fell behind by 17 points and never caught up in a Liberty League loss to the Herons (18-5, 11-3) at Geneva.

Ashley Loggins led the way with 15 points for Clarkson University (8-12, 3-9).

The Golden Knights are now eliminated from the conference playoff picture.

SUNY POTSDAM 89, SUNY OSWEGO 80 (OT)

Jessica Kouzan scored a game-high 21 points and carried the Bears into overtime where they outscored the Lakers 15-6 to capture a dramatic SUNYAC victory in Potsdam.

SUNY Potsdam improved to 6-15, 4-10.

Kouzan moved into sixth on the progam’s all-time scoring list with 958 career points.

Jenn Robbins scored 31 points for SUNY Oswego (6-16, 2-13).

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