UNH hangs on for 5-3 win over Saints in women's hockey
The St. Lawrence University women's hockey team got three goals from underclassmen on Saturday, but the University of New Hampshire used a pair of third period goals to defeat the Saints at the Whittemore Center in Durham, NH by the score of 5-3.
The win moves the Wildcats to 5-2-0 on the season, while the Saints fall to 1-4-1 in non-conference action.
"New Hampshire outworked us in many areas today," said St. Lawrence head coach Chris Wells. "I did not have us prepared for the game. We have a solid week now to prepare for our first league competition next weekend."
Carey has hat trick as Saints, Broncos tie 3-3
Junior wing Greg Squires scored a power play goal from the center point with eight minutes to play in regulation time to tie the game at 3-3 and goaltenders Nick Pisellini of Western Michigan and Matt Weninger of St. Lawrence kept it that way through the rest of regulation and overtime as WMU and St. Lawrence skated to a 3-3 draw at Appleton Arena Saturday night.
The Broncos ran their unbeaten streak to five games since an opening loss at Canisius and are now 4-1-1. St. Lawrence is still searching for its first win at 0-3-3.
Roos edged by Machias 2-1 in women's soccer
(Nashua, N.H.)- The SUNY Canton women's soccer team lost to the University of Maine at Machias 2-1 Saturday in Nashua, N.H.
The game was played at Rivier College and the two teams will meet there again on Sunday at 1 p.m.
Angie Waryasz (Lowville, N.Y.) scored her team-leading seventh goal of the season to lead the Roos, who fell to 4-5 in the Sunrise Conference and 6-8 overall.
Roos blanked by Machias 1-0 in men's soccer
(Nashua, N.H.)- The SUNY Canton men's soccer team lost to the University of Maine at Machias 1-0 Saturday in Nashua, N.H.
The game was played at Rivier College and the two teams will meet there again on Sunday at 11 a.m.
The Roos fell to 7-4 in the Sunrise Conference and 7-8 overall.
Wilson and Merrow lead Roos to 5-3 win over Drexel
(Philadelphia, Pa.)- Brad Wilson (Orleans, Ontario) scored two goals and Jimmy Merrow (Plainsboro, N.J.) had 33 saves helping the men's ice hockey team beat Drexel University 5-3 Friday night in Philadelphia.
The Roos improved to 6-1 overall and will face the Dragons again Saturday night at 8 p.m.
Wilson also had an assist and Merrow made several huge stops late in the game to preserve the Roos win on Friday.
Hamilton holds off Knights, 3-1 in women's soccer
Potsdam, NY – Alex Rimmer scored a pair of goals five minutes apart midway through the second half to lift Hamilton College to a 3-1 Liberty League victory over the Clarkson University Women’s Soccer team Saturday afternoon at Hantz Turf Field.
The Golden Knights fell to 4-11 overall and 0-6 in conference games, while Hamilton improved to 8-1-3 overall and 4-1-1 in league contests. Clarkson will close out the conference schedule on Sunday when it hosts William Smith College at 1:00 pm.
Mahon joins teammate in 1,000-kill club in volleyball victory over Hamilton
Clinton, NY - Only four days ago, junior Sara Artus (St. Regis Falls, NY) became the sixth member of the Clarkson University Volleyball program's 1,000-kill club, but it didn't take long for a seventh to join the exclusive four-digit association as classmate Megan Mahon (Irvine, CA) reached the milestone midway through the Golden Knights' three-set sweep of Hamilton College Saturday morning. Clarkson then swept Keuka in three straight to claim the Hamilton Invitational title.
Knights narrowly fall to #5 Boston University in women's hockey
Boston, MA - Goals from Gabrielle Kosziwka (Limehouse, ONT) and Danielle Skirrow (Trenton, ONT) of nearly were enough to topple fifth-ranked Boston University, but the Terriers took advantage of three penalties on the Clarkson University Women's Hockey team to hold off the Golden Knights, 3-2, in non-league action Saturday afternoon.
The Golden Knights dropped a pair of one-goal contests on the weekend to fall to 1-6-1 overall, while the Terriers improved to 6-1-0. Clarkson opens ECAC Hockey play next weekend when it hosts Union College and Rensselaer.
Saints down Hawks, fall to Thoroughbreds in volleyball
The St. Lawrence University volleyball team posted a well-rounded effort in their 3-1 win over Hunter College, posting 102 digs and hitting .279 in the victory. The Saints would later fall to Skidmore College 3-0 in the final game of the Skidmore Classic in Saratoga Springs, NY.
St. Lawrence went 2-2 on the weekend and moves to 18-9 on the season.
Saints swim past Golden Knights in season opener
The St. Lawrence University men's and women's swimming and diving teams opened up their 2010-11 campaign in style, defeating the Golden Knights at Clarkson University on Saturday afternoon.
"It was a very exciting start to our season," said Coach Bob Clemmer. "The team is working very hard at practice and this meet was a positive indication of their conditioning as we won many close races, coming from behind or pulling away from the competition at the end of the race."