Former South Jefferson girls lacrosse player Kayla Scully leads all of NCAA Division I in save percentage as a sophomore goaltender for Canisius College.
Through games of last weekend, Scully holds a .546 save percentage and is second in the NCAA in goals-against with a 6.69 average.
Canisius defeated Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference foes Siena and Fairfield last week. Scully allowed just three goals and made six saves against Siena, and stopped a career-high 12 shots in the Golden Griffins 13-6 win over Fairfield.
That marked nine straight wins for Canisius (11-3), which clinched its first regular-season MAAC championship.
Another former South Jefferson player, sophomore Whitley Perry, is eighth among Canisius scorers with 11 points (8 goals-3 assists). Perry has played in 12 games, starting five.
Former General Brown player Cody Kucharski, a freshman, has played five games for the Griffins.
HUGHES LEADS FISHER TO WIN
Taylor Hughes, a 2010 Watertown High School graduate, scored six goals to go with two assists to power the Division III St. John Fisher womens lacrosse team to a 17-9 victory over Stevens Institute of Technology on Friday.
The Cardinals improved to 10-3 overall and 4-1 in the Empire 8 Conference. Hughes, a junior, leads the team with 57 points (36 goals and 21 assists) on the season.
Freshman Chrissy Cook, who graduated from Carthage last June, added two goals in Fridays victory. She has seven goals and one assists on the year.
PIKE HIRED AT BROCKPORT
Steve Pike, the head coach for the SUNY Potsdam volleyball team for 11 seasons, was announced as head coach of the SUNY Brockport volleyball team on Wednesday.
Pike arrives at Brockport after leading Potsdam to a 23-17 mark this past season and a spot in the ECAC Upstate/Metro Tournament.
Pike coached the Bears since 2001 and was the SUNYAC Coach of the Year in 2005. He also coached the Potsdam softball team from 2002-05. In 2010, he organized the Bears first international trip as Potsdam played in Costa Rica against that countrys national team.
Brockport went 8-24 last season.
SYRACUSE SPRING GAME TODAY
Fans will get their first look at new Syracuse head coach Scott Shafer first team today as the annual spring football game takes place, beginning at noon, at the Carrier Dome in Syracuse.
Fans are invited onto the field 30 minutes before the game for an autograph session with the team.
Admission and parking is free.