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Local colleges: Kunz’s 5 points carry Bears past Roos in men’s lacrosse

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POTSDAM — Rob Kunz scored two goals and assisted on three more to lead the SUNY Potsdam men’s lacrosse team to a 17-5 win over SUNY Canton in a nonconference game Tuesday.

The Bears (5-3 overall) took a 5-0 lead after one quarter and were never challenged.

Ed Doherty, Ryan Conway, Joe Hayes, Berkley Stone and Pat Bonafede each scored twice for SUNY Potsdam. Matt Moran, Casey Boulio, Derek Frost, Michael Roukous and Matt Kennedy also scored for SUNY Potsdam.

The Kangaroos (3-4) received goals from Tanner Pratt, Kyler Wilbur, Garrett DiTullio, Taylor Caswell and Cam Carter.

CLARKSON 11, SUNY OSWEGO 9

Mark Nortz, James Wright, Matthew Gold and Robert Linder each supplied two goals to lead Clarkson (5-3) past the Lakers in a nonconference game in Oswego.

Jack Dowst, Ryan Darin and Tyler Tomeny also scored for Clarkson.

Nick Giampaolo led the Lakers (4-3) with a four-goal effort.

Jimmy Cordon and Cody Hoose scored twice and Brady Hoose added a goal.

WOMEN’S LACROSSE

SYRACUSE 13, ALBANY 11

Kayla Treanor tallied four goals and two assists as the Orange held off the Great Danes for a nonconfernce win in Syracuse.

Former Carthage standout Kailah Kempney won 11 draw-controls, and Alyssa Murray scored three goals for Syracuse (11-1).

Allie Phelan led all scorers with five goals and former Watertown star Maureen Keggins scored a goal for Albany (9-1).

SUNY NEW PALTZ 15, SUNY POTSDAM 14 (OT)

SUNY Potsdam (3-4, 0-1) blew an 8-3 halftime lead and lost in overtime to the Hawks (4-2, 1-1) in a SUNYAC game at New Paltz.

Carrissa Citro scored the overtime goal. The Hawks’ Julia Johnson and Talia Tesler scored in the final two minutes to force overtime. Tesler finished with seven goals, while Kelsey Healy scored four goals and Citro finished with three goals and two assists.

Bri McClusky led the Bears with four goals and three assists. Bailey Weigel scored three goals and three assists, and Michelle Varney also scored three goals.

Maggie McCabe scored twice while Nicole Damon and Lizzie Marchbanks each scored.

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