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POTSDAM — Shannon MacAulay scored two goals to lead the Clarkson women’s hockey team to a 5-0 win over Dartmouth in an ECAC Hockey contest Saturday afternoon at Cheel Arena.Erica Howe made 22 saves to shut out the Big Green (12-7-3 overall, 7-6-2 conference).

Vanessa Gagnon, Carly Mercer and Brittany Styner also scored for the Golden Knights (20-6, 12-2).

HARVARD 3, ST. LAWRENCE 2 (OT)

Kalley Armstrong scored 2 minutes, 10 seconds into overtime to lead the Crimson (17-2-1, 14-1) past St. Lawrence University in an ECAC Hockey game in Appleton Arena. SLU (14-10-2, 9-4-1) led twice in the game off goals from Abbey McRae and Kayla Raniwsky.Jilliam Dempsey scored for Harvard at 13:42 of the third period to force overtime. Mary Parker also scored for the Crimson.

SUNY POTSDAM 3, NEUMANN 2

The Bears (7-9-2, 3-6-1) scored the first three goals of the game and held off a late rally to defeat Neumann in an ECAC West game at Cheel Arena.

Alexandra Holowka, Natasha Allen and Sally Mooney scored for SUNY Potsdam. Lynsey Nakamura and Shanelle Doucette scored for Neumann.

MEN’S HOCKEY

SUNY CANTON 4, LEBANON VALLEY 3 (OT)

George Curry scored with 13 seconds left in overtime to lead the Kangaroos (7-13) past Lebanon Valley in a nonconference game in Canton.

Corey Frizell tied the game for SUNY Canton with a goal with 1:50 remaining in the third period.

Jake Ranahan and Nils Semjonovs also scored for the Kangaroos. Former Salmon River goalie Matt Healy made 50 saves for Lebanon Valley.

MEN’S BASKETBALL

ST. LAWRENCE 68, RENSSELAER 52

Massena’s Brady Condlin scored 26 points and grabbed eight rebounds to lead the Saints (7-10, 5-3) past Rensselaer in a Liberty League game in Troy.

Payton Stahler added 20 points for SLU. Jamie Zajac scored 10 points.

BUFFALO STATE 83, SUNY POTSDAM 57

Jake Simmons scored 30 points to send the Bengals (11-6, 6-5) past SUNY Potsdam in a SUNYAC game in Buffalo.

Roderick Epps scored 16 points and Seth Runge added 12 for Buffalo State. Curtis Pierce led the Bears (7-11, 3-8) with 15 points.

MAINE-PRESQUE ISLE 96, SUNY CANTON 73

Aaron Hutchins scored 23 points and Michael Warner added 20 to lead host Maine-Presque Isle (9-10) past the Kangaroos in a nonleague game.

Ryan Lamica paced the Kangaroos (5-13) with a 14-point effort. Scott Bartenstein and Tyler Ellison each scored 13 points and Khalid Vaughn added 12.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

ST. LAWRENCE 79, RENSSELAER 67

Kara McDuffee led the Saints (13-4, 7-1) with 16 points and nine rebounds in a Liberty League win over Rensselaer in Troy. Kelly Legg scored 12 points for SLU and Amanda Roberts tossed in 11. Hannah Wilson and Lauren Quattrocchi each scored 10 ponits.

Sarah Wetmore tossed in 22 points to lead RPI (10-7, 4-4).

BUFFALO STATE 68, SUNY POTSDAM 49

Bianca Smiley scored 24 points and pulled down 11 rebounds as the Bengals (10-8, 6-5) knocked off SUNY Potsdam in a SUNYAC game in Buffalo.

Olivia Luciani added 18 points for Buffalo State. Katy Briedis also scored 18 to lead the Bears (1-17, 0-11) and Akingba Adedoyin added 10.

SUNY CANTON 63, MAINE-PRESQUE ISLE 55

Kaitlin Myers scored 15 points, grabbed 13 rebounds and blocked five shots as the Kangaroos (10-7) defeated host Maine-Presque Isle in a nonconference game.Joelle Percy scored 16 points for SUNY Canton and Corrine Riegel added 12.

Doni Yendriga led Maine-Presque Isle (5-12) with 16 points.

SKIING

THREE SAINTS IN TOP 10

Two men and one female finished in the top 10 for the Saints alpine squad at the 2013 Colby Carnival in Carrabassett Valley, Maine.

Ashley-Kate Durham led SLU’s women with a sixth-place finish in 1 minute, 31.49 seconds. Graham Scott finished in sixth place for SLU’s men in 1:26.88 and Jeremy Lawless placed ninth for SLU’s men in 1:26.96.

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