ELMIRA Emily DePoy scored from 20 yards out in the 74th minute to give the St. Lawrence University womens soccer team a 3-2 victory over Elmira College in a nonconference matchup on Sunday.
Julia Friesen powered the Saints (5-1-1 overall) with a goal and an assist. Stephanie Sayward had the other goal for SLU.
Emily Karpinski led the Soaring Eagles (1-4-1) with a goal and an assist.
ST. JOHN FISHER 1, CLARKSON 0 (OT)
Alex Rohloff scored her sixth goal in as many games in the 98th minute as the Cardinals (3-1-2) edged the Golden Knights in Pittsford.
Kim Kenline made eight saves for Clarkson (4-1-1).
UTICA 4, SUNY POTSDAM 1
Sarah Southwell, Samantha Spohler and Jaime Hillman each produced a goal and an assist each as the Pioneers (5-1) sent the Bears to their fifth straight loss in a nonconference game at Utica.
Ashley Thayer netted the goal for SUNY Potsdam (2-5).
JOHNSON STATE 4, SUNY CANTON 2
Ally Bataille and Amanda Frawley both provided two goals as the Badgers beat (4-2) the Roos in Johnson, Vt.
Karlye Cree and Katlyn Hart scored the goals for SUNY Canton (4-3).
ST. JOHN FISHER 3, SUNY POTSDAM 2
Stefan Johns goal in the 83rd minute proved to be the game-winner as the Cardinals (3-2-1) outlasted the Bears in a nonconference game at Potsdam.
Ben Firlit and Eduardo Figueroa each scored for SUNY Potsdam (2-5-0).
SUNY CANTON 2, JOHNSON STATE 0
Marvin Palmer scored from the top of the penalty area as the Roos blanked the Badgers (0-7) in nonconference play at Johnson, Vt.
Keelon Joseph provided an insurance goal for SUNY Canton (2-3) in the 25th minute.
MANHATTANVILLE 2, ST. LAWRENCE 2 (OT)
Amanda DeChent scored her second of two goals 7:12 into overtime to give the Valiants (4-3) a nonconference victory over the Saints in Geneva.
Courtney Cartier generated a goal and an assist for St. Lawrence (0-5)..
CLARKSONS CLINE PLACES 4TH
Sophomore Tyler Cline fired a 2-over-73 as he tied for fourth at the Duke Nelson Invitational in Middlebury, Vt.
Cline had a two-day total of 150. Clarkson finished sixth in the 25-team field. Rensselaer won the team title.
Brandon Lustig of St. Lawerence placed seventh by shooting back-to-back rounds of 76. The Saints placed seventh in the team competition.
SUNY Potsdam placed 22nd.
CALIGIORE PLACES 12TH
Aimee Caligiore of St. Lawrence shot an 83 for a two-day total of 161 to earn 12th spot at the New York University Invitational in The Bronx.
The Saints placed eighth in the 13-team tournament. Williams placed first in the team event.
ROCHESTER CLAIMS 3 TITLES
Matt Levine, Ben Shapiro along with the team of Julian Danko and Boris Borovcanin claims their respective flights for the Yellowjackets at the St. Lawrence Invitational in Canton.
Robert Schmitz, Sam Mullin and the team of Alan Shortz and Tom Timpone made it to the semifinals for the Saints.