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College Hockey: Clarkson defeats RPI in OT

College Hockey: Clarkson defeats RPI in OT

Shea Guthrie scored 1:51 into overtime to send Clarkson over Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 4-3,

Shea Guthrie scored 1:51 into overtime to send Clarkson over Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 4-3, in an ECAC Hockey league game Saturday night.

RPI (5-7-1, 6-17) held a 3-2 lead going into the third period, but Chris D’Alvise scored his second goal of the game at 15:24 to send the game into the extra period.

Mark Borowiecki’s goal at 3:23 of the opening period gave Clarkson (5-6-1, 7-13) a 1-0 lead. Tyler Helfrich and Paul Kerins then scored for RPI.

D’Alvise scored his first goal of the game at 13:54 of the second per­iod to knot the score at 2-2 before Perins scored his second for RPI to put the Engineers back in front.

RPI 2 1 0 0 — 3

Clarkson 1 1 1 1 — 4

First period — 1, Clarkson, Borowiecki (Marks, Paquet), 3:23. 2, RPI, Helfrich (Kennedy, Kerins), 4:12. 3, RPI, Kerins (Brutlag, Uryadov), 19:14 (pp). Penalties — Paquet, Clarkson (tripping), 8:42; Tuohimaa, Clarkson (interference), 15:07; Tremblay, Clarkson (hooking), 17:57; Watts, RPI (tripping).

Second period — 4, Clarkson, D’Alvise (Beca, Guthrie), 13:54. 5, RPI, Kerins (Brutlag, cullen), 17:23 (pp). Penalties — Marks, Clarkson (contact to the head), 16:00; Paquet, Clarkson (boarding), 16:34; Brutlag, RPI (holding), 18:39.

Third period — 6, Clarkson, D’Alvise (Guthrie), 15:24. Penalties — Klerer, RPI (tripping), 0:13; Tremblay, Clarkson (slashing), 3:16; Morley, Clarkson (contact to the head), 8:41; Bellows, Clarkson (hooking), 9:06.

Overtime — 7, Clarkson, Guthrie (Beca, Rufenach), 1:51.

Shots on goal — RPI 15-8-8-1 — 32; Clarkson 6-11-4-1 — 22.

Power-play Opportunies — RPI 2 of 7; Clarkson 0 of 2.

Goaltenders — RPI, Mathias Lang (22 shots-18 saves); Clarkson, Paul Karpowich (32-29).

Referee — A. O’Brien/J. Murphy. Linesmen — Scott Prim, Tory Carissmo.

Attendance — Unavailable.

AMHERST 3, SKIDMORE 0

AMHERST, Mass. — Senior Brendan Powers scored a pair of goals, and sophomore goalie Cole Anderson made 36 saves to preserve the shutout for the Lord Jeffs.

Jeff Landers also scored for 10-4-1

Amherst. Colin Bessey made 36 saves for the 9-7 Thoroughbreds.

Skidmore 0 0 0 — 0

Amherst 0 2 1 — 3

First period — No scoring.

Second period — 1, Amherst, Powers (Vickers, Landers), 6:50. 2, Amherst, Powers (Colp, Landers), 9:18.

Third period — 3, Amherst, Landers (uanssisted), 16:40.

Goaltenders — Skidmore, Coln Bessey, 36 saves; Amherst, Cole Anderson, 36 saves.

Women

CLARKSON 3, UNION 0

SCHENECTADY — Senior goaltender Lundy Day made 43 saves, but the Dutchwomen couldn’t back her up with any offense.

Clarkson (7-4-2, 13-8-4) scored three goals in the second period. After Britany Selina redirected a shot by freshman Katelyn Ptolemy from the right point to give Clarkson a 1-0 lead, Melissa Waldie scored back-to-back goals.

Clarkson goalie Eve Grandmont-Berube made 17 saves to record her first shutout of the season. Union dropped to 0-12-1, 2-21-3.

Clarkson 0 3 0 — 3

Union 0 0 0 — 0

First period — No scoring. Penalties — Simmonds, Union (slashing), 2:16; McKenney, Clarkson (interference), 7:34; Gentile, Union (slashing), 10:51; Melia, Union (holding) 18:55.

Second period — 1, Clarkson, Selina (Ptolemy, Baribeau), 2:54. 2, Clarkson, Waldie (Kosziwka, Lavoie), 6:19. 3, Clarkson, Waldie (Ptolemy), 10:59 (sh). Penalties — McKenney, Clarkson (tripping), 9:43; Eusepi, Clarkson (roughing), 14:24; Selina, Clarkson (checking), 14:42; Arseneault, Union (roughing), 1:42.

Third period — No scoring. Penalties — Gillanders, Clarkson (cross-checking), 19:59.

Shots on goal — Clarkson 18-13-15 — 46; Union 2-6-9 — 17.

Power-play Opportunities — Clarkson

0 of 3; Union 0 of 4.

Goaltenders — Clarkson, Brandmont-Berube (17 shots-17 saves); Union, Day (46-43).

Referee — Paciello/Cadman. Assistant referees — Dina McCumber, Michael Roberts.

Attendance — 123.

ST. LAWRENCE 5, RPI 3

TROY — St. Lawrence scored three goals in the second period and stopped the Engineers.

Vanessa Emond tallied in the opening period for the 11-1-1, 17-5-3 Saints. RPI (7-5-2, 12-10-3) countered with a goal by Kendra Dunlop.

The Saints got goals by Karell Enard, Marianna Locke and Tara Akstull in the second period, and added another goal by Britni Smith.

RPI’s other goals were by Nic­ole McDonald and Jamie-Lynn Stewart.

St. Lawrence 1 3 1 — 5

RPI 1 2 0 — 3

First period — 1, SLU, Emond (unassisted), 2:08. 2, RPI, Dunlop (Gersten), 3:14. Penalties — St. Lawrence (too many players on the ice), 12:21.

Second period — 3, SLU, Emard (Duggan, Domenico), 7:16 (pp). 4, SLU, Locke (Smith, Domenico), 9:18. 5, RPI, McDonald (Steart, Gersten), 11:50. 6, SLU, Akstull (Batchelor), 13:28. 7, RPI, Stewart (Dunlop, McDonald), 18:23. Penalties —Wright, RPI (checking), 0:21; Vandergrift, RPI (hooking), 5:21; Dom­enico, SLU (roughing), 9:43.

Third period —8, SLU, Smith (Duggan, Akstull), 5:38. Penalties — Weidner, RPI (hooking), 3:32; Vadner, RPI (tripping), 11:34; Akstull, SLU (cross-checking), 12:10; Domenico, SLU (hooking), 12:54.

Shots on goal — St. Lawrence 14-10-6 — 30; RPI 5-10-6 —21.

Power-play Opportunities — St. Lawrence 1 of 4; RPI 0 of 4.

Goaltenders — St. Lawrence, Brittony Chartier (21 shots-18 saves); RPI, Sonja Van der blick (30-25).

Referee — Zuck/Zaritsky. Assistant referees — Kevin Sullivan, Joe Kelly.

Attendance: 175.

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