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POTSDAM — Mark Lake Jr. scored a career-high 34 points and Curtis Pierce scored 27 to move into 10th place on the all-time SUNY Potsdam men’s basketball career scoring list as the Bears outlasted SUNY New Paltz, 105-95, in double overtime in a SUNYAC thriller at Maxcy Hall on Saturday.

Colin Peterson added 20 points for SUNY Potsdam (7-8 overall, 3-5 SUNYAC), which has won three straight. Pierce, a senior with 1,285 career points, passed All-American Maurice Woods on the school’s scoring list.

Shereef Taylor and Matt Devine scored 19 points each for SUNY New Paltz (6-9, 4-4).

CLARKSON 53, HOBART 52

Stefan Thompson missed the potential game-winning shot as time expired as the Golden Knights handed the Statesmen their first Liberty League loss of the season, at Potsdam.

Dylan Hodownes scored a game-high 13 points off the bench for Clarkson (12-4, 4-3), while the starting five combined for the other 40 points. Felix Abongo and Jerry Coleman scored nine points apiece, while John Coleman and Marques Charlton each added eight. Richie Bonney scored a game-high 28 points for Hobart (8-6, 4-1).

ST. LAWRENCE 68, RIT 53

Brady Condlin scored a game-high 20 points and the Saints made all eight of their free-throw attempts over the final few minutes to seal a Liberty League win over the Tigers at Canton.Kyle Miller and Payton Stahler added 14 and 10 points, respectively, for St. Lawrence (6-9, 4-2). Nick Dobson led Rochester Institute of Technology (4-11, 0-6) with 16 points.

SAGE 83, SUNY CANTON 51

Mason Horne scored 17 points and Matt Farbotko added 13 to help Sage College (8-7) to a nonconference rout of the Roos in Canton. Khalid Vaughn finished with 13 points, six assists and six rebounds to lead SUNY Canton (5-12).

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

ST. LAWRENCE 55, RIT 43

Kara McDuffee finished with 17 points, 13 rebounds, four assists and three steals as the Saints won their 11th straight and remained perfect in Liberty League play with a win over the Tigers at Canton.

Kelly Legg had 17 points and nine rebounds, and Cassie St. Hilaire scored 10 for St. Lawence (12-3, 6-0).

Jess Kramer and Jackie Hom scored 10 points each to lead RIT (4-10, 1-5).

WILLIAM SMITH 74, CLARKSON 58

The Herons used their full-court press to jump out to a 14-0 lead and cruised to a Liberty League win over the Golden Knights at Potsdam.

Sasha Borenstein drained six 3-point field goals, finishing with a team-best 18 points, for William Smith (9-6, 3-3).

Ashley Loggins made 12-of-15 shots from the floor, finishing with a season-high 27 points to go with 11 rebounds for Clarkson (2-13, 0-7).

NEW PALTZ 71, SUNY POTSDAM 55

Alex McCullough and Alyssa Gratien scored 15 and 14 points, respectively, to lead the Hawks (14-0, 8-0) to a SUNYAC win in Potsdam. Senior guard Katy Briedis led SUNY Potsdam (1-13, 0-8) with 14 points.

MEN’S HOCKEY

SUNY MORRISVILLE 5, SUNY POTSDAM 4 (OT)

Jamie Nelson scored with one second left as the Mustangs won a SUNYAC game at Morrisville.

Steve Dol forced overtime with a goal 3 minutes, 15 seconds into the third period for SUNY Morrisville (2-15-2, 2-8-0).Austin Keiser turned aside 42 shots for SUNY Potsdam (6-10-1, 3-6-0).

WOMEN’S HOCKEY

ST. LAWRENCE 1, COLGATE 1 (OT)

Kelly Sabatine scored with 7:57 left in regulation as the Saints earned a tie with the Red Raiders in an ECAC conference game in Hamilton.

Carmen MacDonald had 25 saves for St. Lawrence (13-9-2, 8-3-1).

Miriam Drubel netted a short-handed goal for Colgate (6-14-3, 1-8-3).

CORNELL 3, CLARKSON 1

Brianne Jenner had a goal and an assist as the Big Red beat the Golden Knights in a battle for the top spot in the ECAC at Ithaca.Jessica Campbell and Emily Fulton also scored for Cornell (14-4, 10-2).

Shelby Nisbet scored for Clarkson (18-6, 10-2).

STEVENSON 9, SUNY CANTON 1

Mackenzie Taggart scored twice for the Maryland-based Mustangs as they routed the Kangaroos in Canton.

Karley Cree scored for SUNY Canton (3-10-1).

MEN’S SWIMMING

SUNY POTSDAM 145, ST. LAWRENCE 116

Alexander Taylor took three individual events as the Bears topped the Saints in Potsdam.

Taylor posted wins in the 1,000-, 500- and 100-meter freestyles for SUNY Potsdam.

CLARKSON 125, UTICA 37

Paul Telesca and Tyler Nichols each won a pair of events to lead the Golden Knights to a dual-meet win over the Pioneers in Potsdam.

Telesca won the 50 and 100 free races, while Nichols took the 100 backstroke and 100 breaststroke for Clarkson.

WOMEN’S SWIMMING

ST. LAWRENCE 150, SUNY POTSDAM 102

Elizabeth Canne, Sammi Moffitt and Alana Blackburn won two individual events each and teamed up to take the 400 medley relay as the Saints won in Potsdam.

Canne claimed 400 free and 200 breastroke, Moffitt managed to win the 100 and 200 backstroke events, and Blackburn won the 50 and 100 free events for St. Lawrence.

CLARKSON 117, UTICA 93

Jillian Brown, Kimberlee Stillattano and Abby Luber won two events apiece as the Golden Knights earned a dual-meet victory in Potsdam.

Brown took the 100 and 200 frees, Luber claimed the 50 free and 200 backstroke, while Stillattano took the 100 butterfly and 200 individual medley for Clarkson.

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