Retired federal employees meeting in Winthrop on Monday
WINTHROP – The National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association for St. Lawrence and Franklin counties will hold their fall meeting Monday, Oct. 4 at noon at Goose Landing Restaurant.
All current and retired federal employees, their spouses or survivors are invited.
For more info: 764-5507, 393-1711, www.narfe.org.
St. John Fisher shuts down women's soccer Knights, 1-0
POTSDAM--From the standpoint of the Clarkson University Women’s Soccer team, St. John Fisher chose the wrong time to break out of an extended scoreless streak. The Cardinals tallied in the 56th minute, ending a 545 minute, 11 second drought, to claim a 1-0 victory over the Golden Knights Saturday afternoon at Hantz Turf Field.
The Golden Knights lost their fourth straight contest, falling to 4-7-0 overall on the season, and will look to get back on track next weekend when they travel to face Union and Skidmore. St. John Fisher moved to 2-7-1 overall.
Clarkson loses pair at in volleyball at Ducks Invitational
A pair of tough opponents loomed after a 2-0 start for the Clarkson University Volleyball team at the Stevens Ducks Invitational, and while the Golden Knights played well in both matches Saturday afternoon, the Green and Gold came up short against Williams College and Stevens Institute of Technology.
The Golden Knights fell to 15-4 overall on the season with Saturday’s losses, marking the first time in nearly a year that Clarkson has lost consecutive matches.
Knights suffer second loss in women's hockey to 4th-Ranked Minnesota
Senior Lauren Dahm (Baldwinsville, NY) posted a career-high 46 saves to give the Clarkson University Women’s Hockey team a chance against the University of Minnesota on Saturday afternoon, but the Golden Knights ’ offensive woes continue against the national powerhouse as the Gophers earned a 3-0 victory at Cheel Arena.Clarkson also lost to fourth-ranked Minnesota 5-0 on Friday.Clarkson, behind the stellar effort of Dahm, held the Gophers off the scoreboard for over 35 minutes, before the visitors finally put one past the Knights’ all-star goaltender.
Bero’s Last-Minute Goal Lifts Saints Past Mcgill in women's hockey
St. Lawrence University junior Alley Bero put the finishing touches on a dramatic victory for Saints' women's hockey team on Friday night, as the Akwesasne, NY native scored the decisive goal with 38.7 seconds remaining in regulation to give the Scarlet and Brown a 2-1 win over McGill University in their annual exhibition game at Appleton Arena.
The game proved to be a battle of special teams, as the two teams combined for 54 minutes of penalties. All three goals were scored on the power play, including the game-winner which came on a 5-on-3 try.
Nazareth shuts out Saints in women's soccer
St. Lawrence University's women's soccer team continued to have trouble converting good scoring chances into goals and dropped its second straight non-league game on Saturday, losing 2-0 at Nazareth.
The 7-4 Saints and 6-4 Golden Flyers were scoreless at the half, but Nazareth struck early in the second half with the first of two goals by Sarah Eichelberger to take control.
Seniors help Saints gridmen knock off Hobart, 24-21
The St. Lawrence University football team used four interceptions and three touchdown passes from senior JP Kearney to stun Hobart College at Leckonby Stadium on Saturday afternoon by the score of 24-21 in front of 1,825 fans during the University's Family Weekend. The victory, the first over Hobart since the 1991 season, came hours after the dedication of the Ted "Bear" Stratford '57 football locker room.
Saints sweep Cardinals in women's tennis
The St. Lawrence University women's tennis team won its first dual match of the season with a 9-0 sweep of Plattsburgh State at the Sammis tennis courts on Saturday.
Highlighting the matchup were a couple come-from-behind victories by two Saint teams. Sophomores Liz Geer and Shannon Murphy battled back from a 6-1 deficit against Amy Rich and Samantha Fasciano to claim the 8-6 win in the #2 position.
Saints top Carleton 5-1 in men's hockey exhibition game
If Saturday night's exhibition game against Carleton is any indication of what is to come, St. Lawrence University's men's hockey team is going to have another productive year from its defensive corps.
Seven defensemen dressed for the Saturday exhibition and five figured in the scoring as blueliners scored two goals and had five assists in a 5-1 Saint victory.
Roos down St. Joseph's 4-1 in men's soccer
CANTON--The SUNY Canton men's soccer team put on a dominating performance on Saturday as they beat the College of St. Joseph 4-1 in Canton.
The Roos improved to 4-1 in the Sunrise Conference and evened their record at 4-4 overall as they've now won four out of their last five games.
SUNY Canton gained control of the game early as they controlled the tempo throughout the first half. The Roos fired 12 shots at the Fighting Saints in the first 45 minutes using nice touch passes at center field and several strong runs along the wings.