CANTON — Lexi Dean scored in the 107th minute to lead the SUNY Potsdam women’s soccer team to a 1-0 overtime win over SUNY Canton in the Boyd Jones Cup on Tuesday night.
Morgan Robbins assisted on the winning goal for the Bears (10-3-2 overall), who outshot SUNY Canton, 23-6.
Karlee Burdick made three saves for the shutout and Allison Wakefield stopped 13 shots for the Kangaroos (5-6).
ST. LAWRENCE 4, NAZARETH 1
Lucy Stillman scored one goal and assisted on two others to lead the Saints (5-7) past Nazareth in a nonconference game in Canton.
Melissa Grosshans, Kelsey Pollard and Maggie Wright added single goals for SLU, and Sophie Cardenali made seven saves.
Emily Prescott scored for Nazareth (1-11).
NEALLY LEADS ROOS
SUNY Canton’s Cecelia Neally shot 87 on the second day of the USCAA national championship to finish in fourth overall with 176 strokes at the Penn State Blue Course in State College, Pa.
Tia Tassaya was fifth with 183 strokes, and Tess Adams tied for seventh with 195 with Abby Diabo finished ninth with 213.
Connor Amo led the men’s team with a two-day total of 164 strokes to finish tied for 22nd place.
JEFFERSON CC 3, TOMPKINS-CORTLAND CC 0
The Cannoneers defeated the Panthers in a Mid-State Athletics Conference match — 25-7, 25-12, 25-15 — at Watertown.
Bryanna Gagnon logged six kills for JCC (17-11, 4-2). Cassandra Branagan supplied 12 digs, and Courtney Boliver recorded 11 assists.