Saints men's lacrosse team "Trucks Over Lymphoma," pulls 72,000 lb. truck
The St. Lawrence University men's lacrosse team successfully "trucked over lymphoma" on Saturday evening, as the Saints pulled a 72,000 pound tractor trailer through campus to raise money and awareness about lymphoma.
The Saints got off to a great start, as they got the massive truck moving at a quick pace on Millennium Way across from the Brewer Bookstore.
Saints gridmen shut down RPI 14-3, remain unbeaten in conference
The St. Lawrence University football team's defense forced two interceptions and six turnovers on downs against Rensselaer on Saturday, while the offense piled up 147 yards rushing and a pair of touchdown passes by senior JP Kearney. The team's efforts allowed the Saints to improve to 4-0 in Liberty League play behind the 14-3 victory over the Engineers at Leckonby Stadium.
Saints fall do Herons in double overtime, 2-1 in women's soccer
St. Lawrence University's women's soccer team sustained another heartbreaking loss Saturday afternoon, pushing nationally-ranked William Smith to the brink before bowing 2-1 in double overtime.
Senior forward Brelynn Nasypany scored her 15th goal of the season 2:10 into the second overtime period to lift the Herons to the win on Sandy MacAllaster Field Saturday afternoon.
Marvin lifts Saints to playoff clinching OT win in men's soccer
Dan Marvin scored 5:50 into the second overtime period to lift St. Lawrence to a 1-0 victory over Hobart in a Liberty League game in Geneva Saturday afternoon, clinching a playoff spot for the Saints.
The Saints, now undefeated in their last 12 games, recorded their fifth overtime win of the season and improved to 12-2-2 overall and 4-0-1 in the Liberty League. The Saints will play at Hamilton, which has also clinched a playoff spot, in a key league game on Sunday.
Ramsey, Saints win NYSCTC title in record fashion in men's cross country
The St. Lawrence University men's cross country team, ranked sixth in the nation, claimed the 2010 NYSCTC Championship on Saturday in Saratoga Springs, NY. The Saints, led by senior captain Dan Ramsey, won the state crown with 19 points, the lowest total in the event's history.
No. 2 Saints clinch third straight NYSCTC title in women's cross country
The nationally-ranked No. 2 St. Lawrence University women's cross country team claimed the 2010 NYSCTC Championship on Saturday afternoon in Saratoga Springs, NY. The Saints, led by Wendy Pavlus' record-setting time, posted a low score of 28 points to defeat Ithaca and win the state crown for the third consecutive season.
#7 Skidmore topples Saints, 8-0 in field hockey
The nationally-ranked No. 7 Skidmore University field hockey team dominated St. Lawrence on Saturday at Hall-Leet Stadium in Canton, NY, as the Thoroughbreds got a hat trick from Kelly Blackhurst and two goals from Annie Rosencrans en route to an 8-0 victory.
Skidmore improves to 13-1 on the season and remains unbeaten in Liberty League play (6-0), while St. Lawrence falls to 5-9 (2-4). The winner of tomorrow's game between St. Lawrence and Union will qualifty for the 2010 Liberty League Tournament, while the loser will not.
Bears volleyball drops pair in 2010 home finale
POTSDAM -- The SUNY Potsdam volleyball team lost consecutive matches for the second straight day Saturday, falling in three sets against Cortland and New Paltz at the State University of New York Athletic Conference East Division Pool Play event at Welsh Gymnasium.
In their first match of the day, the Bears (6-23 overall, 1-7 SUNYAC) were defeated
25-21, 27-25, 25-22 in a tightly-contested match against Cortland.
Potsdam was knocked off by New Paltz in its final home match of 2010 by a 25-20,
25-5, 25-21 count.
Funeral Services for Charlotte E. Van Dyke, age 86, a resident of the St. Joseph’s Nursing Home and formerly of Canton Street in Ogdensburg, will be held on Monday, Oct 25, 2010 at 2:00 p.m. at the Fox & Murray Funeral Home. Burial will follow at the Rensselaer Falls Cemetery.
Calling hours will be held also on Monday from 12:00 noon until the time of the service. Mrs. Van Dyke passed away at the St. Joseph’s Nursing Home on Friday, Oct 22, 2010.
Valerie White took this picture of the first snow of the season as the sunrise reflected in the Little River in Canton Saturday. “What a beautiful morning!” she said.