LINCOLN, Neb. St. Lawrence University senior Amy Cymerman and junior Divya Biswall each turned in an All-American performance on day two of the NCAA Division III indoor track and field championships Saturday at the University of Nebraskas Bob Devaney Sports Center.
Biswal placed third in the triple jump and Cymerman posted a sixth-place finish in the 3,000 meters.
Biswal, a runner-up in the event last year and a three-time All-American overall, registered a jump of 11.99 meters.
Cymermans time of 9 minutes, 46.45 seconds was a St. Lawrence record. She also earned All-American accolades in the 5,000 meters on Friday.
The Saints tied for 11th place in the team standings.
GOOBIC REACHES PODIUM
Canton native Sophie Goobic became the third woman in the history of the Heidelberg University indoor track and field team to place at the NCAA Division III championships.
The senior finished sixth in the 5,000 meters to earn All-American status.
Goobic, a biology major, became the first woman in school history to claim All-American honors in cross country this past fall.
COAST GUARD 18, ST. LAWRENCE 3
The Saints committed four errors and their pitchers surrendered 13 hits and six walks, to go with four hit batters, in a lopsided loss to Coast Guard (4-6) to end their spring training trip in Fort Myers, Fla.
Devin Robson provided two hits for St. Lawrence (4-4), which is scheduled to open Liberty League play Saturday at the University of Rochester.
SUNY CORTLAND 7, CLARKSON 1
The Red Dragons (10-3) scored a pair of runs in both the eighth and ninth innings to put away a nonleague victory over the Golden Knights in Leesburg, Fla.
Sophomore Greg Jasek went 2-for-4 and scattered nine hits across seven-plus innings for Clarkson (1-2).
SUNY CANTON 12-4, SUNY ONEONTA 1-7
Austin Hernandez and Kevin Hill each drove in three runs as the Kangaroos took game one and split a doubleheader with the Red Dragons (3-6) at Auburndale, Fla.
Jordan Hunneyman belted a pair of doubles and a pair of RBIs for SUNY Canton (6-4).
Jefferson Community College managed just five hits in two games and was swept 10-0 and 5-0 by host Frederick CC, a Division II team out of Maryland, in a nonconference doubleheader.
Kyle Simmons managed a double in the second game as the only extra-base hit for JCC (3-4).
SUNY CANTON 22, LYNDON STATE 3
Tanner Pratt finished with a game-high seven points on four goals and three assists, leading the Kangaroos to a nonleague rout of the Hornets (0-4) in Canton.
Jack Keenan won 11-of-13 faceoffs, and provided three goals and two assists for SUNY Canton (2-1).
Devin Gruneisen scored three goals while Jason Thompson delivered a team-high four assists for the Roos.
CLARKSON SWEPT in Start
Freshman Jamie Bridge struck out 10 and allowed three hits, but Clarkson suffered a 4-0 loss to North Park at Fort Myers, Fla., in the first game in program history.
The Golden Knights followed with a 12-0 loss to Ohio Wesleyan.
Ali Schwenzfeier singled in the first game and doubled in game two for Clarkson.