POTSDAM Former Immaculate Heart Central player Bri McClusky matched a career-high with three goals as the SUNY Potsdam womens lacrosse team edged host Clarkson, 10-8, in the nonconference season opener for both teams.
Brittany Blake and Margaret Wall each scored twice, while Jen Chmiel made 10 saves for the Bears (1-0).
Former Watertown High player Ashley Flick netted a hat trick for the Golden Knights (0-1).
SUNY BROCKPORT 14, ST. LAWRENCE 6
Liz Algie, formerly of South Jefferson, scored two of her three goals as the Golden Eagles connected on six straight for a nonconference win over the Saints in Brockport.
Kelly Wall led all scorers with four goals for SUNY Brockport (3-1).
Caroline Bailey tallied three goals for St. Lawrence (0-1).
JEFFERSON CC 1-10, HARTFORD CC 9-5
Sophomore shortstop Kyle Simmons went a combined 4-for-5 as the Cannoneers split a nonleague season-opening doubleheader with the NJCAA Division I Owls (2-7) in Bel Air, Maryland.
Simmons hit a three-run triple to lift Jefferson Community College to a victory in the second game. Michael Wood finished 3-for-3 and knocked in three runs for JCC.
TRACK AND FIELD
SLUS BECCIA IMPROVES TIME
St. Lawrence distance runner runner Ariel Beccia moved up 13th in the NCAA Division III rankings in 5,000 meters at the Last Chance Invitational hosted by Tufts University in Boston.
Beccia ran a 17:38.90, which converts to 17:18.48 on a flat track.
Saints freshman Lisa Grohn ranks 11th at that distance.