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PLATTSBURGH — Despite dominating the game statistically the St. Lawrence University men’s soccer team had to settle for a 0-0 tie in a nonconference game against SUNY Plattsburgh Wednesday night.

The Saints (12-2-2 overall) outshot SUNY Plattsburgh 10-3 and SLU goalie Nate Goss-Woliner did not have to make a save to record the shutout. Andy Heighington made four saves for the Cardinals (16-2-1).

WOMEN’S SOCCER

SUNYIT 3, SUNY CANTON 2

The Kangaroos scored the first two goals but then saw the win slip away with a goal from SUNYIT’s Dakota Hanley in the 74th minute of a nonconference game in Marcy.

Melissa Campoverde scored in the third minute for SUNY Canton (7-10-1) and assisted on a goal from Brittany Pierce in the 23rd minute. Stephanie Wurz scored in the 25th minute for SUNYIT (9-9) and Jamie Elderboom tied the game with a goal in the 36th minute.

FIELD HOCKEY

SUNY CORTLAND 3, ST. LAWRENCE 0

The Red Dragons had a 32-3 edge in shots on St. Lawrence (2-13) in a nonconference victory in Cortland.

Katie Barbagallo and Erin Carrino scored in the first half for SUNY Cortland (8-6) and Sara Woodward scored in the second half.

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