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POTSDAM — Allie Puccio constructed 25 kills to assistance Babson exist Clarkson 27-29, 25-21, 31-33, 25-23, 15-12 in a semifinal of a NCAA Division III volleyball informal during Clarkson University.
Babson (22-9) will face Ithaca College in a championship compare during 1 p.m. currently during Clarkson. The Bombers (23-8) kick a Stevens Institute of Technology 20-25, 25-19, 28-26, 25-17 and are coached by former Clarkson manager Johan Dulfer.
Gabby Miller combined 18 kills and 5 blocks for Babson and Elizabeth Cameron granted 60 assists.
Clarkson (22-8) was led by Rachael Aird, who picked adult 26 kills and combined 10 blocks. Rachel Reusch finished with 19 kills and Jillian Saenz granted 56 assists.
SUNY BROCKPORT 28, ST. LAWRENCE 7
Vincenzo Ferraro hold 10 passes for 135 yards, environment a propagandize record with 2,498 career receiving yards, in a Saints’ season-ending detriment to Brockport in a nonconference diversion in Canton.
Mike O’Donnell, who graduated in 2008, hold a record with 2,396 yards.
Sean Richardson upheld for 202 yards, including a 1-yard touchdown pass to Travis Marnell, and Skyler Williamson done 16 tackles for SLU (2-8).
Jason Hellwig led Brockport (10-0), rushing for 115 yards and flitting for 132. He scored a 26-yard rushing touchdown and threw a 14-yard touchdown pass.
CLARKSON 4, VERMONT 0
Shea Tiley done 16 saves and set a propagandize record with her 30th career shutout as a Golden Knights won a nonconference diversion during Cheel Arena.
Loren Gabel changed within 5 points of 100 for her career with a idea and 3 assists for Clarkson (11-2-1). She also finished with 13 shots, roughly as many as Vermont (5-7-1), that totaled 16.
Rhyen McGill scored dual goals for a Golden Knights, and Michaela Pejzlova finished with a idea and assist.
SUNY POTSDAM 1, SUNY CORTLAND 1 (OT)
A span of internal athletes scored goals as a Bears skated to a tie with a Red Dragons (2-2-2, 1-2-1) in a NEWHL diversion in Cortland.
Former Immaculate Heart Central contestant Miranda Kolb scored in a initial duration for SUNY Cortland.
Madrid-Waddington alum Taylor Marcellus tied a diversion for SUNY Potsdam (3-2-1, 1-2-1) with an extra-attacker idea with 33 seconds left in regulation.
SUNY POTSDAM 6, BROCKPORT 4
SUNY Potsdam scored 3 goals in a initial duration and went on to better a Golden Eagles (4-1-1, 2-1-1) in a SUNYAC diversion in Brockport.
Massena local Tyler Young, Ben Mariano and Dom Horvath scored in a opening duration for a Bears (4-1-1, 1-1). Joey Gilhooly and Paul Michura scored in a second duration and Jacob Juron gave a Bears a 6-1 lead early in a third.
Dylan Shapiro, Danny Rock, Aidan Verbeke and Shane Visnick scored for Brockport.
SUNY OSWEGO 3, SUNY CANTON 2
Josh Zizek and A.J. D’Orazio scored a initial dual goals of a diversion to lead a Lakers (3-1) past a Kangaroos in a nonconference diversion in Oswego.
Cameron Berry scored in a second duration to give a Lakers a 3-1 edge.
Joe Deveny and Tyler Bullard scored for a Kangaroos (1-3).
DRISCOLL LEADS SAINTS AT REGIONAL
Caroline Driscoll finished in 16th place altogether and SLU was fourth in a group standings during a NCAA Division III Atlantic Regional during Houghton.
Sarah Moon finished 22nd for SLU. SUNY Geneseo won a group pretension with 41 points. SLU finished with 153 and hopes to be awarded an at-large bid to a NCAA Championship foe when they come out today.
Clarkson was 16th and SUNY Potsdam finished 32nd.
Dadley Ogetii led a Saints group with a 23rd-place showing.
SUNY Geneseo also won a men’s pretension with 61 points and SLU was seventh with 206. Clarkson was 16th and SUNY Potsdam 32nd.
BRYANT STRATTON 7, SUNY CANTON 2
Cindy Jacquet scored 3 goals and assisted on dual as Bryant Stratton (6-7) degraded a Kangaroos in a final pool-play diversion of a USCAA Championships in Virginia Beach, Va.
Lisette Rodriguez scored dual goals for Bryant Stratton. Portia Davis and Jeanille Lawrence also scored.
Victoria Bean and Jaedyn Ossont scored for a Kangaroos (6-14).
SUNY ADIRONDACK 82, Jefferson CC 74
The Wolves perceived 23 points from both Shea Irish and Demani Smith as they degraded a Cannoneers in a Region 3 diversion during Queensbury.
JCC (1-3), that led 44-40 during halftime, saw Quincy Aubertine and Josh Newman both measure 16 points. Newman combined 13 rebounds to go with 5 blocks.
SUNY ADIRONDACK 75, JEFFERSON CC 73 (OT)
Brianna McKinney sunk dual giveaway throws with 7 seconds left in overtime as a Timberwolves edged a Cannoneers in a Region 3 diversion during Queensbury.
Kylee Brand totaled 24 points for SUNY Adirondack (1-2).
Sierra Fleming-Carlisle paced Jefferson Community College with 17 points.
SWIMMING AND DIVING
SAINTS SWEEP BARD
Isaac Brinkman, Matt Edkins, Emma Henshaw and Demi McClung any won dual events to lead a Saints past horde Bard.
SLU’s group won 114 1/2-95 1/2 and a women won 123-38.
Brinkman led a group with wins in a 200-meter moth and a 500 freestyle. McClung won a 50 and 100 freestyles in a women’s meet.
Edkins swept a men’s diving events and Henshaw won both on a women’s side.
Lauren Grasberger won 3 events though SUNY Oswego swept a men’s and women’s competitions in Potsdam.
The Lakers won 150-138 in a men’s eventuality and kick a Clarkson women 176-98.
Grasberger won a 200-meter freestyle, a 200 backstroke and 100 moth for Clarkson. John Magnuson led a group with wins in a 100 and 200 butterfly.
BEARS SPLIT WITH BROCKPORT
Host SUNY Potsdam degraded Brockport 163-125 in a men’s meet, though fell 176-113 in a women’s competition.
Ryan Hagadom led a group with wins in a 100 and 200 breaststrokes. Chris Kruimer won both diving events.