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College roundup: Clarkson, St. Lawrence gain big home women's hockey victories

Feb. 3—POTSDAM — Jenna Goodwin and Haley Winn each figured in Clarkson's first two goals and the Golden Knights struck three times in the first period to pounce on No. 3 Colgate and claim the 3-1 ECAC women's hockey victory Friday night at Cheel Arena.

Colgate (24-4-1 overall, 15-2 ECAC) had jumped past No. 4 Clarkson (25-2-2, 14-2-1) in the national ranking last week but the Golden Knights wasted no time in answering, outshooting the Raiders 20-6 in the first period.

Clarkson's Jenna Goodwin scored the game's first goal, receiving a pass from Winn on a breakaway 12 minutes, 4 seconds into the game.

After killing off a penalty against the No. 1 power-play team in the country, Clarkson scored twice within a minute. Winn delivered her goal at 17:15 off assists from Keira Hurry and Goodwin. Then Jaden Bogden scored 55 seconds later on a rebound of her own shot for a 3-0 Golden Knights lead.

Colgate's Danielle Serdachny scored at 15:03 of the second period.

Michelle Pasiechnyk made 21 saves in goal for Clarkson. Kayle Osborne stopped 32 shots for Colgate.

ST. LAWRENCE 2, CORNELL 1

Melissa Jefferies tallied the eventual game-winning goal after an extended officials review to send No. 8 St. Lawrence past No. 6 Cornell in an ECAC victory at Appleton Arena in Canton.

Jefferies' goal 1:54 into the third period on assists from Julia Gosling and Sarah Marchand put the Saints (20-9, 13-4) ahead for good. Jefferies sent a shot from the point on the Cornell goal. Big Red goaltender Annelies Bergmann was knocked down amid traffic in front of the goal and the puck sailed over the goalie an into the net. Officials reviewed for goaltender interference before allowing the goal.

Aly McLeod scored SLU's other goal 16 seconds into the game on assists from Abby Hustler and Mae Batherson. Cornell (17-6-1, 12-5) tied the game at 8:01 of the second period when Avi Adam scored.

Emma-Sofie Nordström made 23 saves for the Saints. Bergmann stopped 20 shots.

SUNY CORTLAND 2, SUNY POTSDAM 1 (OT)

Jillian Hlasnick delivered the game-winner 1:10 into overtime to send the Red Dragons to the comeback victory over the Bears in a SUNYAC game in Potsdam.

Meggan Cramer scored 4:25 into the second period to even the game 1-1 for Cortland (16-4-2, 11-3-1). Megan Teachout had given Potsdam a 1-0 lead with a goal 4:23 into the first.

Magalie Parent made 33 saves for Potsdam (9-10, 5-8). Molly Goergen stopped 24 shots for Cortland.

SUNY PLATTSBURGH 2, SUNY CANTON 1

Ciara Wall's power-play goal 7:36 into the third period broke a 1-1 tie and sent SUNY Plattsburgh to the SUNYAC victory in Canton.

Wall also assisted on Bridget Orr's first-period goals that gave the Cardinals (17-2-1, 12-1) a 1-0 lead. Victoria McGarrity scored for the Kangaroos (12-9, 6-8) at 8:04 of the second to knot the game.

Molly Lenihan turned away 34 shots for Canton. Lilla Nease made 13 saves for Plattsburgh.

MEN'S HOCKEY

CLARKSON 4, COLGATE 2

After a scoreless first period, Tommy Bergsland and Robby Newton put Clarkson a 2-0 hole with goals en route to the ECAC Hockey victory in Hamilton.

Clarkson (13-11-1, 7-5-1) came within one goal twice in the third period on goals by Ryan Richardson and Tristan Sarsland but Daniel Panetta sealed the Raiders' victory with a goal at 16:54 of the third.

Alex DPaolo also scored on a 5-on-3 power play in the third period for Colgate (10-12-3, 7-5-1).

Brady Parker made 25 saves for the Golden Knights in his third straight star. Carter Gylander also stopped 25 for Colgate.

CORNELL 5, ST. LAWRENCE 1

Gunnar Thoreson scored the game's first goal for St. Lawrence 3:32 into the first period but Cornell did the rest of the scoring in the ECAC game in Ithaca.

Luke Devlin tied the game for Cornell (12-4-4, 7-4-2) at 9:05 of the first and Ryan Walsh, Kyle Penney, George Fegaras and Jake Kraft followed with scores for the Big Red. Penney and Kraft added assists and Gabriel Seger assisted on two goals.

Ian Shane needed just 12 saves for Cornell. Ben Kraws stopped 29 shots for the Saints (8-14-3, 6-6-1).

ANNA MARIA 6, SUNY CANTON 2

Matthew Gilbert scored a pair of goals as the Amcats soared past the Kangaroos for the victory in Auburn, Mass.

Jeremy Dewar, Braeden McKinnon, Bryden Sinclair and Pearce Baker also scored for Anna Maria College (13-9).

Sam Brunton had a goal and an assist and Lucas Roy also scored for SUNY Canton (8-14-1).

WOMEN'S BASKETBALL

ST. LAWRENCE 64, RIT 62

Cam Roberts made a layup with 0.7 seconds remaining to lift the Saints to a comeback victory over the Tigers to win a Liberty League game in Rochester.

St. Lawrence (9-10, 8-5) rallied from a 14-point deficit to prevail and sweep the season series with Rochester Institute of Technology (7-12, 6-6).

"This was a gutsy comeback by our team," St. Lawrence's coach aid Dan Roiger said. "Nothing was working for us early in the game. They were playing well, we couldn't shoot and were making poor decisions on offense. But they never gave up, we had some big performances by two people off the bench in Margaret Dougher and Kristen Varin."

Jackie Malley led the way for the Saints by scoring 20 points and totaling seven rebounds. Elizabeth Flynn tallied 15 points, eight boards, three assists and two blocks, while Margaret Dougher scored 10 points off the bench.

Emma Waite scored 17 points to pace the Tigers.

SUNY CANTON 67, SUNY MORRISVILLE 43

Hope Aniceto tallied a game-high 20 points and Sierra Pabo recorded 12 points and nine rebounds to pace the Kangaroos to victory against the Mustangs in a North Atlantic Conference game in Canton.

Torie Moore posted a double-double of 11 points and 16 rebounds for SUNY Canton (17-5, 8-3).

The Kangaroos led 25-20 at halftime, but used a strong second half, including outscoring the Mustangs, 19-10 in the third quarter and 23-13 in the fourth, to secure the win.

Brooke Hammersley scored 11 points to lead SUNY Morrisville (7-15, 4-4).

WILLIAM SMITH 56, CLARKSON 47

Brooke Jarvis registered a double-double by generating 13 points and 12 rebounds as the Herons downed the Golden Knights to win a Liberty League game in Geneva.

Amelia McCulley added 10 points for William Smith (5-15, 5-8).

Bella Doyle recorded a double-double of her own with 15 points and 12 rebounds to pace Clarkson (4-16, 2-11). Cassidy Dumont added 12 points and Raelin Burns chipped in with 11.

SUNY CORTLAND 63, SUNY POTSDAM 52

Logan Streety scored a game-high 19 points and totaled a team-high six rebounds to propel the Red Dragons past the Bears in a SUNYAC game in Potsdam.

Mariah Huss added 12 points for SUNY Cortland (15-5, 11-2).

Howard, Jakia generated 14 points to lead SUNY Potsdam (7-12, 3-10).

MEN'S BASKETBALL

RIT 56, ST. LAWRENCE 44

Josiah Turner scored 15 points to pace the Tigers past the Saints to win a Liberty League encounter in Rochester.

Brock Bowen and Kenny Wilburn each chipped in with 15 points for RIT (10-9, 6-6).

Adam Dudzinski generated 15 points and eight rebounds for St. Lawrence (14-5, 10-3).

HOBART 82, CLARKSON 62

Isaiah Washington scored 13 points to lead a balanced effort as the Statesmen defeated the Golden Knights in a Liberty League game in Geneva.

Pat Healy added 11 points for Hobart (16-4, 9-4) and Carter Meshanic seized a game-high 10 rebounds.

Ryan Miles-Ferguson generated a game-high 19 points for Clarkson (11-9, 5-8) and Braeden Burns contributed 17 points.

SUNY MORRISVILLE 92, SUNY CANTON 86

Jakhi Lucas scored 24 points as the Mustangs outlasted the Kangaroos to win an NAC game in Canton.

Jacob Works contributed 14 points for SUNY Morrisville (18-3, 9-1) and Kareem Sanders chipped in with 12 points.

Jevonte William posted a double-double by scoring a game-high 26 points and grabbing 10 rebounds and Bryon Streb supplied 16 points for SUNY Canton (9-14, 5-7). Eli Larson chipped in with 12 points and Kevin Goode Jr. finished with 11.

SUNY CORTLAND 66, SUNY POTSDAM 61

Aaron Coston supplied 25 points to propel the Red Dragons past the Bears to win a SUNYAC game in Potsdam.

Jaylen Warmack contributed 16 points for SUNY Cortland (10-10, 7-6) and Kendall Arcuri hauled in a game-high 11 rebounds.

Colton Huestis scored a game-high 30 points for SUNY Potsdam (3-17, 2-11) and Isaac Oduro Jr. contributed 16 points.