GENEVA Kyle Kobis netted a career-high 29 points as the St. Lawrence mens basketball team upset Hobart, 73-62, in a Liberty League game Saturday afternoon.
Brady Condlin added 14 points for the Saints (9-13 overall, 5-8 league).
Richie Bonney scored 24 points for the Statesmen (18-6, 12-3).
CLARKSON 83, RIT 71
Potsdam native John Coleman tied a career-high with 29 points as the Golden Knights beat the Tigers in a Liberty League game at Rochester.
Marques Charlton chipped in with 22 points for Clarkson (13-9, 7-6).
Jameel Balenton scored 18 points to lead Rochester Institute of Technology (14-9, 8-6).
SUNY CORTLAND 79, SUNY POTSDAM 67
Blair Estarfaas 25 points led the Red Dragons to a SUNYAC conference victory over the Bears in Potsdam.
Kevin McMahon generated 24 points for SUNY Cortland (13-9, 8-7).
Zac Adams scored 19 points for SUNY Potsdam (4-18, 2-13).
JEFFERSON CC 76, CORNING CC 73
Dustin Pond supplied 23 points as the Cannoneers topped the Red Barons in a Mid-State Athletic Conference game at Corning.
Damien Jackson contributed 15 points for Jefferson CC (7-15, 3-8).
Sayquan Chambers tallied 18 points for Corning CC (13-11, 8-3).
ST. LAWRENCE 51, WILLIAM SMITH 47
Kara McDuffee picked up a double-double of 11 points and 11 rebounds as the Saints defeated the Herons in a Liberty League matchup at Geneva.
Caroline Dalton also added her own double-double of 10 points and 13 rebounds for St. Lawrence (15-7, 11-2).
Erin OBrien led all scorers with 15 points for William Smith (18-6, 11-4).
RIT 62, CLARKSON 50
Ashlynn Palmitessos 17 points guided the Tigers (13-10, 9-5) to a Liberty League victory over the Golden Knights in Rochester.
Ashley Loggins collected 17 points for Clarkson (8-13, 3-10).
SUNY CORTLAND 81, SUNY POTSDAM 50
Megan Touhey scored 21 points as the Red Dragons (14-9, 10-6) pulled away in the second half to rout the Bears in a SUNYAC game at Potsdam.
Jessica Kouzan was the games high-scorer with 25 points for SUNY Potsdam (6-16, 4-11).
JEFFERSON CC 67, CORNING CC 46
Jasmine Canady and Kathleen Coloney each scored 18 points to power the host Cannoneers (17-4, 10-1) to a Mid-State Athletic Conference win over the Red Barons (8-15, 5-6).
Marissa Pike led Corning CC with 17 points.
SUNY POTSDAM 7, SUNY MORRISVILLE 4
Mike Arnold scored twice as the Bears swept a weekend SUNYAC conference set from the Mustangs (5-17-2, 2-13-1) in Potsdam.SUNY Potsdam is 9-12-2, 4-8-2.
SUNY CANTON 5, FRANKLIN PIERCE 4 (OT)
Austin Root scored 3:13 into overtime as the Kangaroos held off the Ravens for a nonconference win in Canton. Cory Giczewski netted a pair of goals for SUNY Canton (6-14-3).
Kyle Moran stopped 42 shots for Franklin Pierce (4-16-3).
CLARKSON 6, DARTMOUTH 1
Genevieve Bannon tallied two goals and two assists as the Golden Knights rolled past the Big Green in an ECAC game at Hanover, N.H.
Erica Howe made 26 saves for Clarkson (23-4-5, 14-2-4).
Eleni Tebano scored for Dartmouth (7-18-1, 6-13-1).
HARVARD 5, ST. LAWRENCE 2
Samantha Reber registered a goal and two assists as the Crimson (20-4-3, 15-3-2) beat the Saints in an ECAC game at Cambridge, Mass.
Brooke Webster and Ellie Williams each scored for St. Lawrence (11-17-3, 10-7-3).
SUNY CANTON 4,
SUNY POTSDAM 3 (OT)
Jessica Kistabish completed her hat trick with a power-play goal one minute, 25 seconds into overtime as the Kangaroos upended the Bears for a nonconference win in Potsdam.
Shayna Dominique made 41 saves for SUNY Canton (8-13-3).
Amanda Lucky supplied a goal and an assist for SUNY Potsdam (11-8-3).
TRACK AND FIELD
SLU MEN, WOMEN WIn titles
Senior Hannah Kinsey won three events as the Saints women took the Liberty League championships in Canton.
Kinsey placed first in the 60 and 200 meters and was a part of the 800 relay. Divya Biswal was also part of that relay and won the long jump, triple jump and 60-meter hurdles.
In the mens competition, Harrison Sloan the 800 meters, the mile and anchored 1,600 relay team as SLU won the league title for the first time since 2011.
ST. LAWRENCE 8, PENNSYLVANIA 1
Amr Khalifa and Moustafa Bayoumy swept the first two singles matches as the Saints beat the Quakers in the consolation bracket of the Potter Cup at Cambridge, Mass.
St. Lawrence (11-4) will face the winner of Cornell and Rochester today for fifth place.
VISCONTI claims third in gs
Allison Visconti had two top five runs and took third in the giant slalom at the Williams Carnival at Jiminy Peak in Williamstown, Mass.
Graham Scott grabbed another top-15 finish with a ninth place showing in the mens giant slalom.