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College roundup: RIT puts away St. Lawrence

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CANTON — The top-ranked Rochester Institute of Technology men’s lacrosse team used a strong final quarter to defeat St. Lawrence University 19-12 in a Liberty League game Saturday.

The Tigers (16-0 overall, 6-0 conference) led 14-11 after three quarters and put the game away with a 5-1 spurt in the fourth quarter.

Allister Warren led RIT with six goals. Ryan Lee scored four goals and Jack Krzyston, Taylor Wisman and Casey Jackson each scored two goals.

Charlie Duprey led SLU (8-5, 3-3) with three goals. Jeremy Vautour and William Burchenal both scored two goals and Tommy Hovey, Pierson Fowler, Charlie Jennings, Conor Healey and Luke DiLisio added single goals.

CLARKSON 14, VASSAR 7

Jack Dowst tallied three goals to lead the Golden Knights (7-7, 1-5) past the Brewers in a Liberty League game in Poughkeepsie.

James Wright and Mark Nortz both scored two goals for the Golden Knights. Robert Linder, Tim Krauss, Corey Herrington, Ryan St. Croix, J.R. Campbell, Ben Paprocki and Dylan Hrebenach added solo goals.

Shane Flattery and Liam Moriarty each scored two goals for Vassar (6-9, 1-5).

SUNY GENESEO 7, SUNY POTSDAM 6

Steve Cregan and Joe Chiara each scored two goals to lead the Knights (5-8, 3-3) past the Bears in a SUNYAC game in Geneseo.

Steve Aziz, Sam Thompson and Brent Lawless also scored for SUNY Geneseo.

Pat Bonafede led the Bears (10-5, 4-2) with two goals. Rob Kunz, Matt Moran, Ed Doherty and Matt Kennedy scored single goals for SUNY Potsdam.

WOMEN’S LACROSSE

SKIDMORE 14, ST. LAWRENCE 13 (OT)

Emma Harris and Spencer Morgan scored overtime goals to send Skidmore (6-10, 5-4) past St. Lawrence in a Liberty League game in Saratoga Springs.

Morgan finished with six goals, and Tyler Phillips scored four goals for Skidmore.

Hannah Calvelli, Chloe Knapp and Carly VanTassel each produced two goals for the Saints (6-9, 4-5). Kiera Taussig, Caroline Bailey, Julia Mitiguy, Michaela Maybee, Isabelle Mackell and Jill Carlton scored single goals for SLU.

RENSSELAER 18, CLARKSON 3

The Engineers (11-4, 9-0) went on a 13-0 run in the second half to defeat the Golden Knights in a Liberty League game in Troy.

Erin DeLucca scored four goals for Rensselaer. Meg Colitz, Rachel Scofield and Mackenzie O’Neil each added three goals for RPI.

Jamie Wakefield and Erin Riley both tallied two goals for RPI.

Cassie Grace led Clarkson (5-12, 2-7) with two goals, and Abby Doyle also scored for the Golden Knights.

BUFFALO STATE 15, SUNY POTSDAM 7

Becca Martinez and Niki Paulhardt both scored four goals to send the Bengals (8-7, 3-5) past the Bears in a SUNYAC game in Buffalo.

Kendra Thomas, Meghan Farrell and Alexis Wilensky all scored two goals for Buffalo State.

Bri McClusky led the Bears (4-11, 0-8) with a two-goal effort. Bailey Weigel, Brittany Blake, Hannah Keggins, Mariah Pierce and Alyssa Ferenczy added single goals for SUNY Potsdam.

JEFFERSON CC 22, ERIE CC 6

Jenna Flath’s six goals and three assists powered the Cannoneers to a Region 3 win over the Kats in Buffalo.

Morgan O’Hearn netted six goals and Taylor Rosette added five goals and four assists for Jeffeson Community College (7-2). Victoria Fusco made 10 saves.

Jacquelyn Hill produced a hat trick fro Erie Community College.

BASEBALL

CLARKSON 4, RIT 1

Greg Jasek struck out six and allowed only three hits as Clarkson defeated the Rochester Institute of Technology (15-11, 10-6) in a Liberty League game in Rochester. The second game of the doubleheader was unable to be played because of rain.

Chris Miller went 2-for-4 for Clarkson (15-11, 9-6) and drove in two runs. David Wixted, John Coleman and Greg Jasek each produced two hits for Clarkson.

SOFTBALL

SKIDMORE 4-5, CLARKSON 1-4

Louise Terwilliger finished with five total hits but Clarkson (6-24, 2-8) dropped a Liberty League doubleheader against Skidmore in Saratoga Springs.

Lauren Fortunato and Abby Shea each lined two hits for Skidmore (12-14, 6-4) in game one and Cassie Fishkin tallied two hits in game two.

Jamie Bridge and Ali Schwenzfeier picked up two hits for Clarkson in game one and Katie Pelton lined two hits in game two.

WOMEN’S TENNIS

ST. LAWRENCE 6, UNION 0

Five players were part of two wins as third-seeded SLU swept No. 6 Union in a Liberty League quarterfinal in Canton.

The Saints (16-3) will face No. 2 Vassar at 2 p.m. in a semifinal. The other semifinal features top-seeded Skidmore against No. 5 William Smith at 10 a.m. The championship begins at 10 a.m. Monday.

Elkie Vandenbeemt, Morgan McNeal, Georgia Comber, Anna Young and Hallie Young won singles matches and were on winning doubles teams for SLU.

MEN’S TENNIS

ST. LAWRENCE 9, NAZARETH 0

John Megas, Rob Schmitz, Paul Barrett and Elliot Solandt each won a singles match and were part of a winning doubles team as the Saints (9-8) swept Nazareth (4-12) in a match in Mendon.

WOMEN’S GOLF

O’NEIL LEADS EVENT

SLU sophomore Claire O’Neil is the individual leader after the first day of the Liberty League championship event in Bernardston, Mass.

O’Neil shot a 4-over par 76 and has a three-shot lead over New York University’s Kristina Shaloup heading into today’s final round.

SLU is third in the team standings with a total of 360 strokes. NYU leads the event with 333 strokes and Mt. Holyoke has 341.

MEN’S GOLF

ROCHESTER ELIMINATES CLARKSON

The University of Rochester defeated Clarkson 3-1 in a Liberty League semifinal in Mendon.

Tyler Cline picked up Clarkson’s point with a 2-and-1 victory over G.W. VanderZwaag.

CANNONEERS CLAIM Invite

Chadd Call fired a 73 and George Labarr shot a 75 to lead Jefferson Community College to a first-place finish at the SUNY Broome Invitational at the par-72 Endwell Greens Golf Club.

Call and Labarr finished second and third, respectively, in the individual standings while teammate Pearce Parsons posted a 79 to place ninth.

JCC finished with a team score of 311 to edge Genesee CC by two strokes.

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