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Local colleges: Hovey powers Saints past Brewers in men’s lacrosse

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CANTON — Tommy Hovey scored seven goals to send the St. Lawrence University men’s lacrosse team to a 13-8 win over Vassar College in a Liberty League game on Saturday afternoon.

Marc Perroni and Alden Frelinghuysen both scored two goals for the Saints (6-3 overall, 2-1 conference). Pierson Fowler contributed one goal with three assists, and Chris Anklin also scored for the Saints.

Sean Brazier led Vassar (5-5, 1-2) with two goals and two assists. Brandon DeStasio, Colin Cederna, Liam Moriarty, Max Herman, Sam Houston-Read and Scott Brekn also scored for the Brewers.

UNION 11, CLARKSON 5

The Dutchmen (9-1, 2-0) outscored Clarkson 8-3 in the second half to pull away for a Liberty League win in Potsdam.

Adam Rosenthal scored four goals to lead Union. Rob Santangelo scored two goals and Jonathan Andrews, Nolan Stauffer, Cameron Slatton, Daniel Kycia and Nick Wright added single goals.

Mark Nortz paced Clarkson (5-4, 0-3) with three goals. Ryan DaRin and Ryan St. Croix also scored for the Golden Knights.

SUNY POTSDAM 16, CASTLETON ST. 4

Ed Doherty scored six goals with one assist and Rob Kunz added three goals and six assists as SUNY Potsdam (6-3) routed Castleton State in a nonconference game in Potsdam.

Pat Bonafede scored four goals for the Bears. Matt Moran and Matt Kennedy also tallied goals.

Zach Davidson scored three goals for Castleton State (6-4).

NEUMANN 19, SUNY Canton 6

Ryan Eber scored five goals to lead Neumann (3-8) past the Kangaroos in a nonconference contest in Aston, Pa.

Chris Cott, Kevin Fonio and Patrick Rose each tallied three goals for Neumann.

Jack Keenan led the Kangaroos (3-5) with three goals. Garrett DiTullio scored twice and Ryan Cardiff also scored for SUNY Canton.

WOMEN’S LACROSSE

CLARKSON 9, RIT 4

Ashley Flick and Emma Jeffery each tallied three goals as the Golden Knights (4-6, 1-3) beat Rochester Institute of Technology in a Liberty League game at Potsdam.

Paige Fayette scored one goal with four assists, and Christine Wright added one goal with three assists for Clarkson. Danielle Faivus also scored for the Golden Knights.

Sage Sarkis led the Tigers (4-5, 1-2) with a three-goal effort.

ST. LAWRENCE 8, ROCHESTER 5

The Saints (4-5, 2-2) went on a 5-2 run in the second half to beat Rochester in a Liberty League game in Canton.

Carly VanTassel led SLU with a four-goal outing. Kiera Taussig, Abigail Owens, Chloe Knapp and Michaela Maybee also scored for the Saints. Rochester fell to 5-3, 1-2.

SUNY BROCKPORT 19, SUNY POTSDAM 11

Emily Zartman’s six-goal game led Brockport (7-3, 1-2) past the Bears in a SUNYAC game in Brockport.

Kelly Wall scored three goals with three assists. Liz Algie, Alyssa Scordo, Clara McKeon and Hailey Boronczyk each added two goals.

Bailey Weigel led the Bears (3-5, 0-2) with three goals and four assists. Bri McClusky scored three goals with an assist. Katie Lapinski tallied two goals.

SYRACUSE 18, VIRGINIA TECH 4

The third-ranked Orange received a goal from 10 different players en route to a dominant Atlantic Coast Conference win over the Hokies (7-6, 0-4), its sixth straight, in Blacksburg, Va.

Alyssa Murray scored five goals and Kayla Treanor tallied four goals and two assists for Syracuse (12-1, 4-1).

Carthage product Kailah Kempney scored once for the Orange, which will play No. 1 North Carolina at 3 p.m. Saturday at the Carrier Dome.

BASEBALL

VASSAR 7-9, CLARKSON 5-13

David Wixted produced two hits in the opening game and drove in three runs in game two as Clarkson (6-6, 2-1) salvaged a split of a Liberty League doubleheader with Vassar in Poughkeepsie.

John Coleman, Chris Miller, Matt Jenack and Nolan Driscoll each produced two hits for Clarkson in the second game.

Nick Johnson led Vassar (5-4, 2-2) with two hits in the opener and went 4-for-6 in game two for the Brewers. Brad Kendall and Brett Zaziski lined three hits in game two for Vassar.

UNION 2-7, ST. LAWRENCE 1-1

David Peretti’s single scored Logan Schutle with the go-ahead run in the top of the seventh inning of game one as Union (7-3-1, 3-0-1) swept a Liberty League doubleheader in Saratoga Springs.

Jake Fishman allowed only four hits for the Dutchmen in the opener and struck out five.

Sam Caruso went 3-for-4 for Union in the second game. Bryan Palermo and Zane Fish each belted two hits for the Saints (7-7, 3-3) in game two. Joe Riley struck out seven for SLU in the opener.

SUNY CANTON 4-1, ST. JOSEPH’s 3-2

Jesse Barton’s two-run double in the top of the seventh inning in the opener helped SUNY Canton (8-12) split a nonconference doubleheader with Brooklyn’s St. Joseph’s in Patchogue.

Barton produced two hits in each game for the Kangaroos. Austin Hernandez also supplied two hits in the opener for SUNY Canton.

Thomas McKenna drove in Francis Rapp with the game-winning run in the bottom of the 10th inning of game two for St. Joseph’s (10-8).

SOFTBALL

UNION 6-13, CLARKSON 0-0

The Dutchwomen held Clarkson (0-14, 0-2) to three hits to sweep a Liberty League doubleheader in Albany.

Alyssa Wolejko and Allyson Staats earned wins for Union (7-7, 2-0). Wolejko allowed just two hits and struck out 16 and produced three hits in game two.

ROCHESTER 9-8, ST. LAWRENCE 0-0

Eleni Wechsler allowed one hit, struck out seven and produced two hits on offense to lead Rochester (7-7, 2-0) over St. Lawrence University in the second game of a Liberty League doubleheader at Cornell, completing a sweep.

Meghan Hennessy and Laurelle Bryne-Cody each produced two hits. Brittany Grage struck out nine in the opener. Leslie Stratton and Rebecca Allen each picked up two hits for SLU (5-9, 0-2) in the opener.

WOMEN’S TENNIS

ST. LAWRENCE 8, NAZARETH 1

The Saints (11-3) won every match but one to beat Nazareth (9-10) at Pittsford Mendon.

Georgia Comber, Olivia Arroyo, Anna Young and Hallie Young each won a singles match for SLU and were part of a winning doubles team.


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