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ROCHESTER — Ryan Lee scored four goals to lead the top-ranked Rochester Institute of Technology men’s lacrosse team to a 19-9 victory over St. Lawrence University in a Liberty League semifinal Friday.

The Tigers (17-0 overall) led 7-6 at halftime, but outscored the Saints 12-3 in the second half.

Casey Jackson totaled three goals and three assists, and Braden Wallace, Allister Warren and Eddie Kiesa each added two goals for the Tigers. Kyle Sterzin, Jack Krzyston, Brad Billies, Taylor Wisman, Pat McMullan and Kyle Aquin also scored for RIT.

Conor Healey led the Saints (8-6) with three goals. Tommy Hovey scored two goals, and Charlie Jennings, Charlie Duprey, Jonathan Fairbanks and William Burchenal added goals.

BASEBALL

SUNY PLATTSBURGH 7, SUNY CANTON 2

Brian Latulippe and Jonathan Repetto each lined two hits to lead the Cardinals (14-22) past the Kangaroos in a nonleague game in Plattsburgh.

Jesse Barton produced two hits for SUNY Canton (15-19) and Keenan Shannon homered.

TRACK AND FIELD

BISWAL WINS TITLE

SLU’s Divya Biswal won the long jump on the first day of the New York State Collegiate Track Conference Championship at St. John Fisher.

The SLU women are in third place with 41 points after the first day of competition. Rochester leads with 55 points and Ithaca has 51.

SLU’s men are among three teams tied for sixth place.

MEN’S TENNIS

HOBART 5, ST. LAWRENCE 4

Michael Fields won a singles match and was on a winning doubles team as Hobart (13-9) defeated St. Lawrence in a Liberty League quarterfinal in Rochester.

John Megas won a single match and was part of a winning doubles team for the Saints (9-9).

RIDING

SAINTS STAY SIXTH

SLU remains in sixth place with two events left in the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association national championship at Harrisburg, Pa.

The Saints have 14 points. Centenary leads with 23 points and the Savannah College of Art and Design is second with 21.

SLU’s top individual performance came from Jessie Lewis, who placed third in intermediate equitation over fences.

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