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

Feb. 17—POTSDAM — Andie Proulx and Jaden Bogden each scored a pair of goals and Dominique Petrie registered her 100th career point as Clarkson blanked Dartmouth 9-0 in an ECAC women's hockey game Friday night at Cheel Arena.

Clarkson's win combined with Colgate's loss Friday put the Golden Knights within a half point of the Raiders as it pursues the top seed for the conference playoffs.

Petrie's milestone came 31 seconds into the game when she scored Clarkson's first goal. The Golden Knights (28-3-2 overall, 17-3-1 ECAC) would score twice more in the period, then three times in the second and four times in the third to tie their season-high for goals in a game.

Kirstyn McQuigge registered a goal and assisted on three others. Nicole Gosling supplied a goal and two assists and Haley Winn a goal and an assist. Darcie Lappan also scored. Alexie Guay assisted on three goals and Brookie McQuigge and Anne Cherkowski two each. The Golden Knights were 4-for-5 on the power play.

Julia Minotti recorded nine saves in goal against the Big Green (6-19-3, 3-15-3) for her fifth shutout of the season.

ST. LAWRENCE 4, HARVARD 2

St. Lawrence roared out of a 2-0 first-period deficit with four straight goals from four different scorers to capture the ECAC game against Harvard at Appleton Arena in Canton.

Katina Duscio, Kristina Bahl, Melissa Jefferies and Anna Segedi each scored for the Saints, who grabbed the lead with three second-period goals within just under 11 minutes. Aly McLeod and Taylor Lum each assisted on two goals.

Jenna MacDonald and Maria Pape gave the Crimson the 2-0 lead in the first.

Kassidy Lawrence made 15 saves for the Saints (24-9, 17-4) in goal. Emily Davidson stopped 36 shots for Harvard (5-21-2, 3-17-1).

SUNY MORRISVILLE 2,

SUNY POTSDAM 0

Kennedy Kirkby and Alana McDonald each scored in the second period for SUNY Morrisville in a SUNYAC victory in Potsdam.

McDonald also assisted on Kirkby's goal. Maggie Jones made 28 saves to record the shutout for the Mustangs (12-12, 7-10).

Magalie Parent made 27 saves for the Bears (9-14, 5-12).

MEN'S HOCKEY

HARVARD 2, ST. LAWRENCE 1

Alex Gaffney scored with 24 seconds remaining in regulation to boost Harvard over St. Lawrence in an ECAC game in Cambridge, Mass.

St. Lawrence (9-17-3, 7-9-1) had tied the game at 18:30 of the second period from a goal by Ty Naaykens, just 12 seconds after Ryan Healey scored to give Harvard a 1-0 lead.

The Saints' Ben Kraws made 18 saves in net while Derek Mullahy turned away 22 shots for the Crimson (5-15-4, 5-8-4).

DARTMOUTH 3, CLARKSON 0

Cooper Black made 28 saves in goal as the Big Green shut down the Golden Knights in the ECAC Hockey game in Hanover, N.H.

Cam McDonald, Trym Lokkeberg and Luke Haymes scored for Dartmouth (7-9-8, 5-6-6), which held Clarkson 0-for-3 on the power play.

Austin Roden made 24 saves in net for Clarkson (14-14-1, 8-8-1).

SUNY POTSDAM 4, SUNY FREDONIA 2

Jack Loran scored twice, including a shorthanded goal in the second period for the Bears' first goal, as SUNY Potsdam prevailed over SUNY Fredonia in a SUNYAC game in Potsdam.

Drew Rose and Will O'Brien also scored for the Bears (7-16-1, 4-11). Mathieu Parent assisted on two goals.

Jake Blackwell and David Sudbrink scored for Fredonia.

Lenny Perno saved 33 shots for Potsdam. Logan Dyck made 23 saves for the Blue Devils (7-17-1, 4-11-1).

MEN'S BASKETBALL

CLARKSON 60, RENSSELAER 59

Ryan Miles-Ferguson scored 17 points to become the sixth Clarkson player in history to surpass 500 points for the season as the Golden Knights knocked off the first-place Engineers in a Liberty League game in Potsdam.

Jack Dalgety scored 15 points and Finn Cork 10 as Clarkson (13-11, 7-10) never trailed in the game against Renssalaer, which closed within a point with 10 seconds remaining on a 3-pointer by Avery Eugster.

Eugster finished with 18 points for the Engineers (15-9, 12-5). PJ Scalisi scored 10 points.

ST. LAWRENCE 83, SKIDMORE 49

Carter Storey finished with 16 points as St. Lawrence stormed past Skidmore for the Liberty League victory in Canton.

Adam Dudzinski and Aidan Macaulay each scored 10 points for the Saints (16-7, 12-5), who took a 38-19 lead. Trey Syroka added nine points and 11 assists.

Hakeem Daphnis scored 13 points and Jake Walsh 12 for Skidmore (4-19, 2-12).

SUNY POTSDAM 86, SUNY ONEONTA 84

Colton Huestis sank the winning 3-pointer with five seconds left in regulation to boost SUNY Potsdam to victory against SUNY Oneonta in Potsdam.

Huestis totaled 32 points for the Bears, who trailed by 11 early in the second half before going on a 12-0 run.

Parker Kelly added 17 points for Potsdam, Jeff Williamson scored 16 and Isaac Oduro Jr. added 14.

Elijah Castillo supplied 21 points for the Red Dragons. Graham Wooden scored 13 and Xavier Hill 11.

WOMEN'S BASKETBALL

SUNY CANTON 81, EASTERN NAZARENE 57

Sierra Pabo struck for 23 points as SUNY Canton dominated a Northern Atlantic Conference quarterfinal game at SUNY Cobleskill in Cobleskill.

The Kangaroos advanced to a Saturday semifinal game against host Cobleskill, which defeated SUNY Morrisville 68-43 in the other quarterfinal Friday.

Jayda Pina scored 13 points for Canton (21-5) and Hope Aniceto 11. Marijke Kroon registered her first career double-double with 12 points and 12 rebounds.

Sabanna Berrios finished with 15 points for Eastern Nazarene (12-12). Alexandria Paquet scored 14.

SUNY POTSDAM 63, SUNY ONEONTA 51

Jakia Howard supplied 21 points as the Bears slowly pulled away from the Red Dragons for the SUNYAC victory in Potsdam.

Barbara Bruno added 12 points and Carley Hill nine for Potsdam (9-14, 5-12).

Molly Stephens paced Oneonta (10-14, 8-9) with 16 points and Amanda Zuntag had 10.

RENSSELAER 56, CLARKSON 53

Ahnalese Pearson hit a 3-point shot at the buzzer to help Rensselaer thwart Clarkson's comeback bid and win a Liberty League game in Potsdam.

The Golden Knights trailed by seven points at halftime but tied the game at 53-53 on a Cassidy Dumont layup. RPI gained possession with 7.1 seconds left, setting up Pearson's winning shot.

Pearson finished with a team-high 19 points and Marley Mueller followed with 16 for the Engineers (8-15, 5-11).

Dumont led Clarkson (4-20, 2-15) with 18 points. Bella Doyle scored 16 points and Raelin Burns 10.

SKIDMORE 54, ST. LAWRENCE 38

Sarah Chambers scored 11 points and Cassie Davidson added 10 to lead Skidmore over St. Lawrence in a Liberty League game in Canton.

The loss means the Saints must win their season finale against Rensselaer on Saturday to gain home advantage in the first round of the league playoffs. A loss Saturday will put SLU on the road at Union for the postseason opener.

Elizabeth Flynn scored 14 points for the Saints (11-13, 9-8) against the Thoroughbreds (20-4, 15-2).