BERNARDSTON, Mass. St. Lawrence University sophomore Claire ONeil finished with a two-round score of 160 to win individual honors and lead the Saints to a third-place finish at the Liberty League Womens Golf Championship on Sunday at the par 72 Crumpin-Fox Club.
ONeal, who won the title for the second straight year, shot a first-round 76 on Saturday and followed it with an 84 on Sunday.
Augusta Meyer and Laura Gay each shot a 182 to finish tied for 12th individually for St. Lawrence, which finished behind Mount Holyoke and New York University.
SLU MEN CLOSE SPRING SLATE
Jack Whelan shot a one-over par 144 to win the individual title and lead the Saints to a second-place showing at the season-ending Oswego State Spring Invitational.
SLU finished with 618 team points, just one stroke behind St. John Fisher for the team title.
JCC CLAIMS TC3 INVITATIONAL
Chadd Call fired a 71 to win the mens individual title and lead Jefferson Community College to the top spot at the Tompkins-Cortland CC Invitational at the par-72 Elm Tree Golf Course in Cortland.
George LaBarr fired a 73 and Pearce Parsons posted a 78 to give JCC a team score of 303. Genesee placed second with 312.
CLARKSON 3-4, RIT 4-1
Senior Pete Roma hurled a nine-inning complete game, allowing only one earned run as the Golden Knights rallied to split a Liberty League doubleheader in Potsdam.
Dan Lenney singled three times, doubled and scored a pair of runs on the day for Clarkson (15-11, 10-7), Nolan Driscoll doubled and singled twice, and John Coleman doubled and singled.
Will Gorman slugged a home run and singled twice for the Tigers (16-12, 11-7).
ST. LAWRENCE 8-4, HAMILTON 3-6
Rebecca Allen hit a three-run home run and singled twice on the day to drive in five runs as Saints split a nonconference doubleheader in Canton.
Junior Kyle Plimpton struck out seven in four scoreless innings to earn the win for St. Lawrence (13-19) in the first game. In all, Plimpton struck out 14 on the day to set a St. Lawrence record for strikeouts in a season (198) with six games remaining.
Nicole Matthews and Aisha OConnor each singled five times in the two games for the Saints.
Hannah Staab rapped out four singles, and Sam Miller singled three times for the Continentals (13-21).
SUNY POTSDAM 9-0, SUNY BROCKPORT 4-9
In the second game, Korey Kibling spun a four-hit shutout as the Golden Eagles (22-8) prevailed to split a nonconference doubleheader with the Bears in Potsdam.
Jordan Ott doubled twice and singled twice on the day for SUNY Potsdam (5-23), and Alexis Lerman doubled twice, singled and drove in a run.
Kelly Proper homered, singled and drove in two runs to pace SUNY Brockport in the opener.
RPI 6-9, CLARKSON 1-0
Kristina Weltzin threw two complete games, including a five-inning no-hitter, as the Engineers swept the Golden Knights in a doubleheader in Troy to clinch a share of Liberty League championship.
Morgan Ten Eyck doubled and singled four times on the day for RPI (20-14, 10-2), and Courtney McArthur slugged a three-run home run.
The Golden Knights (6-26, 2-10) managed just two singles in the two games.
MARYLAND 13, SYRACUSE 7
Brooke Griffin scored three goals and two assists to spark the No. 1-ranked Terrapins, who downed the No. 2 Orange to win the Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament championship in Chestnut Hill, Mass.
Kelly McPartland contributed two goals and three assists and Taylor Cummings scored three goals for Maryland (19-1), which halted Syracuses winning streak at 11 games.
Kayla Treanor scored three goals to pace the Orange (17-2), and Katie Webster scored a pair of goals.
VASSAR 5, ST. LAWRENCE 2
The Saints season came to an end with a loss to the Brewers in the Liberty League semifinals on their home court.
Anna Young won at fifth singles, while Elkie Vandenbeemt and Morgan McNeal claimed a victory at first doubles for St. Lawrence (16-4), which will return its entire roster next season.
Vassar will play Skidmore in todays league championship match.