POUGHKEEPSIE After 18 lead changes and 12 ties, the Vassar mens basketball team made five unanswered free throws to claim an 84-82 double overtime victory over St. Lawrence in Liberty League play on Saturday afternoon.
Curtis Smith led the Brewers (7-13 overall, 3-8 conference) with 16 points, while Erikson Wasyl chipped in with 14 points.
Brady Condlin scored a career-high 31 points to go with 10 rebounds, and Janpeter Brase added 13 points and 14 rebounds for the Saints (8-12, 6-5).
CLARKSON 78, BARD 51
Marques Charlton scored a game-high 15 points and moved into the top 10 in program history for career assists as the Golden Knights won a Liberty League game over the Raptors (4-16, 1-12) in Annandale-on-Hudson.
Jerry and John Coleman each added 14 points for Clarkson (15-5, 7-4).
Lamar Powell provided 13 points for Bard.
SUNY POTSDAM 73, SUNY ONEONTA 66
Senior Curtis Pierce scored 27 points and grabbed 13 rebounds to lead the Bears to a SUNYAC win over the Red Dragons (2-18, 1-12) in Oneonta.
Pierce moved into seventh place all-time on the career scoring list for SUNY Potsdam (8-12, 4-9). Zach Mager led SUNY Oneonta with 17 points.
SUNY CANTON 81, COLLEGE OF ST. JOSEPH 62
Scott Bartenstein shot 11-for-14 from the field, finishing with 27 points and five assists, to lead the host Roos to a nonconference win.
Ryan Lamica added 17 points while Xzavier Fisher, Scott Dixon and Tyler Ellison added 10 points each for SUNY Canton (7-13).
VASSAR 79, ST. LAWRENCE 54
The Brewers (16-4, 8-3) made 10 of their first 12 shots and then cruised to a Liberty League win over the Saints in Poughkeepsie.
Colleen OConnell finished with 24 points and 11 rebounds for Vassar.
Ally Cady, Kara McDuffee and Kelly Legg scored eight points each for St. Lawrence (15-5, 9-2), which will play Skidmore (11-8, 9-1) in a pivotal conference game on Tuesday.
CLARKSON 58, BARD 43
The Golden Knights went on a 14-2 run to hold off the Raptors (7-15, 1-12) for their first Liberty League victory of the season at Annandale-on-Hudson.
Leighann Tomita scored a game-high 18 points, Ashley Loggins added 17 points and 12 rebounds, and Colleen Daley blocked eight shots for Clarkson (3-16, 1-10).
SUNY ONEONTA 61, SUNY POTSDAM 37
Hannah Kmiecinski scored all 14 of her points in the second half for the Bears (1-19, 0-13), who were unable to recover from a poor start to drop a SUNYAC game to the host Red Dragons (10-10, 7-6).
Brynn Loomis and Kristin Pappalardo led a balanced attack for SUNY Oneonta with nine points each.
SUNY CANTON 58, COLLEGE OF ST. JOSEPH 43
Kaitlin Myers finished with 17 points, 14 rebounds and four blocks to power the Roos (11-8) to a nonconference win in Canton.
FINGER LAKES CC 63, JEFFERSON CC 51
Kelly McCauley scored 24 points to lead the Lakers (12-10, 8-1) to a Mid-State Athletic Conference victory over the host Cannoneers.
Morgan Kiernan scored 19 points and Jasmine Canady added 16 for Jefferson Community College (8-11, 5-4).
TRACK AND FIELD
SCOTT, BELL WIN HIGH JUMP
St. Lawrences Mike Scott and Eliza Bell won the mens and womens high jump, respectively, at the Ithaca Invitational.
Scott won with a jump of 1.93 meters, while Bell won the womens competition with a jump of 1.63 meters. Divya Bisawl took the triple jump at 11.49 meters.
SWIMMING & DIVING
SLU SWEEPS UTICA IN DUALS
Sammi Moffitt was a part of three winning events as the Saints beat the Pioneers, 140-75, in Utica.
Moffitt placed first in the 100-meter freestyle and 200 individual medley, and was a part of the winning 200 medley team.
In the mens action, Matt Bauer and diver Billy Moran were double-winners to help the Saints win, 112-85.
Bauer claimed first in the 200 IM and 500 free, while Moran took the top spot in both diving events.
WEATHER POSTPONES MEETS
Inclement weather and bad driving conditions forced the postponement of SUNY Potsdams meet with SUNY Oswego. The meet has not been rescheduled.
The weather also forced Clarksons meet with Paul Smiths to be postponed.
BUFFALO ST. 3, SUNY POTSDAM 2
Taylor McGraw netted his first goal of the season 4 minutes, 24 seconds into the third period to lift the Bengals to a SUNYAC conference win over the Bears in Buffalo.
Trevor McKinney generated a goal and an assist for Buffalo State (10-10-2, 5-7-1).
Mike Arnold and Kenny Simon tallied for SUNY Potsdam (6-14-1, 3-9-0).
SUNY GENESEO 5, SUNY CANTON 3
The Ice Knights used three third-period goals to rally past the Kangaroos for a win at Geneseo.
Devon Rice provided a goal and an assist for SUNY Geneseo (15-6-1).
Dave Schneider grabbed a pair of first-period goals for SUNY Canton (4-11-0).
SUNY POTSDAM 3, CHATHAM 0
Alexandra Holowka scored twice as the Bears blanked the Cougars (3-17-0, 0-13-0) in an ECAC West game at Pittsburgh.
Dawna Salvarinas notched her third shutout of the season with 13 saves for SUNY Potsdam (8-11-2, 4-7-1).
SUNY CANTON 4, SUNY OSWEGO (CLUB) 1
Karley Cree registered two goals as the Kangaroos won their fourth straight, topping the Lakers club team in Canton.
Freshmen Robyn Carroll and Steph Kushnir added goals for SUNY Canton (7-12-1).