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College roundup: Clarkson men's hockey moves into second, St. Lawrence edges Brown

Jan. 20—POTSDAM — Cody Monds connected for a goal two minutes into the third period to put Clarkson ahead for a good in a 5-3 ECAC Hockey League victory over Yale on Friday night at Cheel Arena that moved the Golden Knights into second place in the conference standings.

Jesse Tucker followed with his second goal of the game, scoring at 7 minutes, 29 seconds of the third for the two-goal cushion. Anthony Romano added an empty-net goal with 51 seconds left.

Clarkson (12-8-1 overall, 6-2-1 ECAC) traded shorthanded goals with Yale in the second period as Ryan Richardson put the Knights ahead 2-1 while down a man at 5:13 of the second period before Yale's William Dineen connected unassisted on a shorthanded tally to tie the game.

Richardson added three assists for the Golden Knights.

Dineen scored twice for the Bulldogs (7-11, 5-7) and Niklas Allain supplied the game's first goal for Yale.

Brady Parker made 13 saves in net for Clarkson. Nathan Reid stopped 16 shots for Yale.

ST. LAWRENCE 2, BROWN 1

Jan Lasak's goal 54 seconds into the final period proved to be the game-winner as St. Lawrence claimed a hard-fought ECAC clash against Brown at Appleton Arena in Canton.

The Saints broke a scoreless tie when Justin Paul connected 17:33 into the second period with Mason Waite and Felikss Gavars assisting. Lasak then gave SLU (6-12-3, 4-4-1) a 2-0 lead on an assist from Tucker McIntosh.

Brown cut the lead at 17:22 of the third as Alex Pineau sent the only shot of the game to get past Saints goaltender Ben Kraws, who made 25 saves.

Lawton Zacher stopped 22 shots for the Bears (7-11-1, 5-7).

SUNY CANTON 4, WILKES 2

Brendan Morrow provided a goal and two assists and goalie Trey Miller made a career-high 48 saves as SUNY Canton won the nonleague game against Wilkes College in Canton.

Jack Seamans, Scott Cremen and Nick Herringer each added a goal for the Kangaroos (7-13-1). Herringer and Cremen each contributed an assist and Evan Pringle assisted on two goals.

Steven Spetz and Joe Johnson scored for Wilkes (11-6).

WOMEN'S HOCKEY

CLARKSON 4, YALE 1

Anne Cherkowski led a three-goal burst in the third period for the Golden Knights as it gained an ECACHL victory against the Bulldogs in New Haven, Conn.

Cherkowski broke a 1-1 tie with a goal at 13:18 of the third. Dominique Petrie, who assisted on the goal, then connected on her second goal of the game at 17:50. Jenna Goodwin added a goal 40 seconds later for Clarkson (22-1-2, 11-1-1).

Gracie Gilkyson scored at 7:50 of the second period to tie the game for Yale (10-10, 7-6).

Goalie Michelle Pasiechnyk stopped 25 shots for the Golden Knights.

ST. LAWRENCE 4, BROWN 0

Abby Hustler assisted on three goals, achieving her 100th career point in the process, as St. Lawrence blanked Brown in an ECACHL game in Providence, R.I.

Hustler assisted on goals by Anna Segedi, Rachel Bjorgan and Aly McLeod. Bjorgan's shot came with SLU shorthanded. Bjorgan also assisted on Kennedy Wilson's goal.

Emma-Sofie Nordström turned away 26 shots in goal as the Saints (17-8, 10-3) recorded the shutout. Kaley Doyle made 33 saves for the Bears (8-11-1, 4-8-1).

SUNY CANTON 3, SUNY POTSDAM 0

Kyra O'Keefe snapped a scoreless tie with a goal off assists from Chamonix Jackson and Jordan Caroccio 15 minutes, 46 seconds into the second period to spark the Kangaroos in their SUNYAC shutout of the Bears in Canton.

Danika Lalonde and Riley Andzel followed with third-period goals for SUNY Canton (11-6, 5-5). Iida Laitinen assisted on both goals.

Anna Maulson made 27 saves in goal in the shutout. Parent Magalie made 39 saves for Potsdam (6-9, 2-7).

MEN'S BASKETBALL

RIT 67, CLARKSON 57

Keegan Ocorr and Chase Dickens produced 19 points apiece and the RIT defense held Clarkson to a season-low scoring total in a Liberty League game in Potsdam.

Josiah Turner added 11 points for the Tigers (9-6, 5-3).

Frankie Rainville scored 12 points for Clarkson (10-5, 4-4) and Jack Dalgety contributed 10. Traditional high scorers Braeden Burns and Ryan Miles-Ferguson were held to nine points apiece.

ST. LAWRENCE 79, HOBART 52

Adam Dudzinski delivered 17 points and Andrew Cowan 16 as St. Lawrence sailed to an early lead en route to a decisive win over Hobart in a Liberty League game in Canton.

St. Lawrence (10-4, 6-2) outscored Hobart (12-4, 5-4) by 43-21 in the first half. Trey Syroka added 13 points and Aidan Macaulay scored 12 for the Saints.

Carter Meshanic scored 15 points for the Statesmen.

SUNY NEW PALTZ 74, SUNY POTSDAM 52

Dakoda Smith finished with 17 points and Alex Krupinski scored 16 in SUNY New Paltz's SUNYAC victory over SUNY Potsdam in New Paltz.

Jeff Williamson scored 14 points for Potsdam (3-12, 2-6), Parker Kelly added 10 and Colton Huestis nine.

WOMEN'S BASKETBALL

EAST NAZARENE 80, SUNY CANTON 68

Anaira Ayala and Alexandria Paquet combined for 50 points to lead East Nazarene over SUNY Canton in a key North Atlantic Conference game in Canton.

Ayala scored 26 points and Paquet 24 for the Lions (10-8, 5-4). Molly Smith added 10 points.

Torie Moore paced the Kangaroos (14-4, 6-2) with 16 points. Sierra Pabo added 13 and Samantha Dayter 12. Jayda Pina scored 10 for the Roos.

SUNY NEW PALTZ 64, SUNY POTSDAM 55

Brianna Fitzgerald scored 16 points and Jenny Walton 12 as SUNY New Paltz held off SUNY Potsdam in a SUNYAC game in New Paltz.

Abby Korzekwinski added nine points and eight rebounds for the Hawks (11-3, 6-1), who took a 37-26 lead at halftime.

SUNY Potsdam's Jakia Howard scored a game-high 24 points and grabbed nine rebounds. She moved into fifth place on the Bears' all-time scoring list with 1,058 points.

RIT 74, CLARKSON 63

Ansley Orrell hit for 23 points to help the Rochester Institute of Technology overcome a one-point halftime deficit and surge past the Golden Knights in a Liberty League game in Potsdam.

Ella Wilson contributed 13 points, Faye Kaplinski 11 and Lila McGuiggan 10 for the Tigers (6-9, 5-3).

Former Northern Athletic Conference players Raelin Burns and Bella Doyle each scored 16 points to lead Clarkson (3-12, 1-7). Cassidy Dumont added 13.

WILLIAM SMITH 73, ST. LAWRENCE 58

Brooke Jarvis scored 18 points to lead four players in double figures in William Smith's Liberty League victory over St. Lawrence in Canton.

Ava Lobozzo added 14 points and Molly Walsh and Miranda Martin each scored 12 for the Herons (3-13, 3-6), who trailed 23-15 after one quarter before taking the lead in the third quarter.

Annie Perry and Elizabeth Flynn scored 13 points apiece for the Saints (5-9, 4-4).