CANTON A strong first half helped the SUNYIT mens lacrosse team to a 13-7 win over SUNY Canton in a nonconference game on Saturday afternoon.
SUNYIT (2-10 overall) outscored the Kangaroos 6-2 in the first half.
Adam Reynolds and Tyler Serva each scored five goals with one assist for SUNYIT.
Tanner Pratt and Ryan Cardiff both scored two goals for SUNY Canton (3-8).
Jack Keenan, Garrett DiTullio and Devin Gruneisen added single goals for SUNY Canton.
SUNY POTSDAM 12, SUNY ONEONTA 10
Pat Bonafede and Ed Doherty each scored three goals to lead the Bears (9-4, 3-1) past SUNY Oneonta in a SUNYAC game at Potsdam.
Rob Kunz scored two goals with three assists for SUNY Potsdam.
Matt Moran, Derek Frost, Jon Woodworth and Matt Kennedy also scored for the Bears.
Mike Metzger led SUNY Oneonta (4-9, 2-2) with four goals. Daniel Stern added two goals for SUNY Oneonta.
CLARKSON 7, BARD 4
Matthew Gold scored two goals with two assists and Peter Goss added two goals to lead the Golden Knights (6-7) past Bard in a nonconference game in Potsdam.
James Wright, Ryan St.Croix and Mark Nortz also scored for Clarkson. Mat Livermore and D.J. Peters both scored two goals for Bard (5-7).
RENSSELAER 11, ST. LAWRENCE 10
The Engineers (9-4, 4-2) went on a 5-2 run in the fourth quarter to defeat St. Lawrence University in a Liberty League game in Troy.
Pat Hogan, Breanainn McNeally and Patrick Finn each scored two goals for RPI.
Conor Healey scored three goals for the Saints (8-4, 3-2).
Tommy Hovey, Marc Perroni and Charlie Duprey added two goals for SLU. Alden Frelinghuysen also scored for SLU.
VASSAR 7, ST. LAWRENCE 5
Phoebe Tzannes and Isabelle Goldstein each scored two goals to lead Vassar (9-4, 4-3) past the Saints in a Liberty League game in Canton.
Leigh Anne Baldwin, Malena Harrang and Julia Trudell also scored for Vassar.
Carly VanTassel scored two goals for the Saints (6-7, 4-3). Kiera Taussig, Hannah Calvelli and Parker Benedict scored for the Saints.
CLARKSON 18, BARD 6
Paige Fayette scored six goals for the Golden Knights (5-10) in a nonconference win over Bard in Potsdam.
Emma Jeffery and Christine Wright each scored three goals for Clarkson.
Ashley Flick added two goals for the Golden Knights. Abby Doyle, Jessica Budaj, Courtney Quinn and Rachel Kenyon added single goals.
Stephanie LaMont led Bard (3-10) with five goals.
FREDONIA STATE 12, SUNY POTSDAM 11 (OT)
Marissa Cussins scored in overtime to lead Fredonia State (11-3, 5-1) past the Bears in a SUNYAC game in Potsdam.
Cussins finished with five goals and Katie Glagolev added four goals for Fredonia State.
Margaret Wall led the Bears (4-9, 0-6) with four goals. Bailey Weigel scored three goals and Bri McClusky added two goals and three assists for SUNY Potsdam.
Hannah Keggins and Emily Petit also scored.
CLARKSON 6-1, ST. LAWRENCE 4-0
Tirzah Smith homered in the opening game and combined on a two-hit shutout with Jamie Bridge in game two as Clarkson (4-20, 2-6) swept a Liberty League doubleheader from SLU in Potsdam.
Kat Tamburro went 2-for-2 in game one for Clarkson.
Aisha OConnor, Nicole Matthews and Leslie Stratton each produced two hits in game one for SLU (8-16, 1-9). Kyle Plimpton struck out 10 in game two.
WILKes 12-8, SUNY Canton 4-1
The Colonels combined for 20 runs to sweep a nonconference doubleheader with SUNY Canton (5-16) in Edwardsville, Pa.
Alysha Bixler and Alex Hoops each picked up four hits for Wilkes (9-21) in game one, and Jenna Graziano led the Colonels with three hits in game two.
Shannon Dowling and Kristyn Reynolds tallied two hits each for SUNY Canton.
SUNY POTSDAM 2-5, SUNY NEW PALTZ 1-4
Katie Marsman homered in game one and scored the winning run in the seventh inning on an error in game two as the Bears (4-16, 3-5) swept SUNY New Paltz in a SUNYAC doubleheader in Potsdam.
Kelly Becker and Rachel Spiker both produced two hits in game one.
Jordan Ott led the Bears with three hits in game two and Marsman added two hits.
Juliette Verso and Katie Rutcofsky both produced two hits for SUNY New Paltz (9-16, 6-7).
RIT 7-4, ST. LAWRENCE 5-8
Bryan Palermo went 3-for-5 and drove in three runs to help the Saints (13-10, 9-6) get past RIT in the second game of a Liberty League doubleheader in Canton.
Mic Regan also produced three hits for the Saints. Khifer OConnor and Zane Fish supplied two hits.
Phil Sammon went 2-for-4, including a home run, and drove in three runs for RIT (15-9, 10-5). Will Gorman went 3-for-4 for RIT.
CLARKSON 11-9, BARD 1-3
David Wixted finished with five hits as Clarkson (10-10, 6-6) swept a Liberty League doubleheader from Bard in Fishkill.
Tim Beninati picked up two hits in game one for Clarkson and Matt Jenack added two in game two.
J.P. Fisher led Bard (3-16-1, 0-10-1) with three hits in game two.
ALFRED STATE 1-3, SUNY CANTON 0-13
Kyle Sacks went 5-for-7 overall to help SUNY Canton (14-14) split a nonconference doubleheader with the Pioneers in Alfred.
Austin Hernandez and Jesse Barton each produced three hits in game two for Canton and Phil Tsiaras added two hits.
Ryan Hedges struck out eight and threw a five-hit shutout in game one for Alfred State (8-22).
TRACK AND FIELD
SAINTS WOMEN TAKE TITLE
Six individual athletes won championships to lead the SLU women to the team championship at the Liberty League meet in Rochester.
The Saints finished with 218 points and Rensselaer was second with 149.
RPI won the mens title with 281.33 points and SLU was second with 127.
Divya Biswal led SLUs women with victories in the 100-meter hurdles as well as the long jump and triple jump.
Ariel Beccia won the 5,000 and Carly Stine won the 400 hurdles for SLU. Amy Cymerman finished first in the 3,000 steeplechase. Marisa Turner won the high jump and Caitlin Boreyko won the pole vault. SLU also won the 400 relay.
SLUs men picked up individual titles from Harrison Sloan (1,500), Adrian Wilson (long jump) and Joshua Martell (javelin). The SLU men also won the 400 relay.
WHELAN WINS TOURNEY
SLUs Jack Whelan shot a 1-over par 73 to finish first overall at the Palamountain Invitational in Wilton.
Whelan finished with a two-day total of 144 strokes to finish three strokes ahead of Skidmores Makenzie Denver.
St. Lawrence finished third in the team standings with 621 strokes.
Rensselaer won the tournament with a score of 608 and Skidmore was second at 612. Clarkson was sixth with 638 strokes.