HAMDEN, Conn. — Shea Tiley made 25 saves for her ninth shutout of the season and 33rd of her career, lifting the top-ranked Clarkson University women’s hockey team to a 2-0 ECAC shutout of Quinnipiac on Saturday.
Elizabeth Giguere and Rhyen McGill scored for the Golden Knights (27-4-1 overall, 17-3-0 ECAC), who bounced back after suffering a 2-0 loss to Princeton on Friday, snapping a 15-game winning streak.
Quinnipiac fell to 15-14-3 overall and 11-8-1 in the conference.
ST. LAWRENCE 3, PRINCETON 2
Nadine Edney scored one minute and 23 seconds into overtime to lead the eighth-ranked Saints to an ECAC win over the Tigers at Princeton, N.J.
The Saints (19-9-4, 13-5-2) clinched at least a top four seed and a home playoff series for the ECAC quarterfinals.
Justine Reyes and Amanda McClure also scored for St. Lawrence, while Sonjia Shelly made 22 saves. McClure and Rachael Smith assisted on Edney’s game-winning goal in overtime.
Claire Thompson scored during a 5-on-3 power play with 2:27 left in regulation to force overtime for Princeton (11-12-4, 9-10-1).
PLATTSBURGH 4, SUNY POTSDAM 0
Courtney Moriarty scored twice and the nationally ranked No. 1/2 Cardinals (18-2-2, 12-0-1) used three first-period goals to beat the Bears (11-9-2, 3-8-2) in an Northeast Women’s Hockey League game at Potsdam.
SUNY CANTON 4, BECKER 1
Whitney Bernier, Tess Adams and Breanna Bedborough each finished with a goal and an assist to carry the Kangaroos (8-13-2, 4-5-1) to a Colonial Hockey Conference win over the Hawks (4-16-3, 2-5-3) at Worcester, Mass.
Alexa Parigi also scored and Brooke Susac stopped 25 shots for SUNY Canton.
SUNY POTSDAM 3, BUFFALO STATE 2
Ben Marino scored with less than two minutes remaining to lift the Bears to a SUNYAC victory over the Bengals (16-6-3, 9-4-3) in Potsdam.
Sean Winikates scored to tie the game at two goals apiece late in the second period, and Vinny Guimond scored for SUNY Potsdam (9-9-5, 5-7-2).
SUNY CANTON 2, BRYN ATHYN 0
Austin Washkurak made 21 saves to help the Kangaroos beat the Lions (7-11-1) in a nonconference game at Canton.
Tyler Bullard and Kasey Kulczycki scored for SUNY Canton (7-15-2) on Senior Night.
SYRACUSE 21, BINGHAMTON 4
Brandon Bomberry scored five goals and the Orange opened the season with a dominant nonconference win over the Bearcats at the Carrier Dome.
Stephen Rehfuss finished with three goals and two assists for Syracuse, which received a goal from 12 different players and claimed its most lopsided victory since 2009.
ITHACA 91, ST. LAWRENCE 82
Chris Miner and Brandon Arnold produced respective season-highs in scoring, but the Saints lost a Liberty League game to the Bombers (14-9, 9-7) at Ithaca.
Miner scored 25 points and shot 8-for-10 mark from the field and 9-for-10 at the free- throw line, while Arnold tallied 22 points for St. Lawrence (5-17, 3-12).
CLARKSON 90, UNION 85
Matt Higgins scored a career-high 30 points and Liam Ellis added 23 to help the Golden Knights rally to a Liberty League victory over the Dutchmen in Schenectady.
Clarkson (10-12, 6-9) trailed by as much as eight points early in the second half before mounting a comeback, and the team made six free throws in the final minute to hold on for the win.
Kevin Weckworth scored 38 points for Union (14-8, 10-6).
ONONDAGA CC 99, JEFFERSON CC 66
Chris Allen scored 20 points to lead the Lazers (17-6 overall, 7-2 Mid-State Athletic Conference) to a league victory over the Cannoneers in Syracuse.
Quincy Aubertine and Herby Plaisimond scored 19 points apiece for Jefferson Community College (7-15, 3-8).
ITHACA 52, ST. LAWRENCE 42
Cassidy O’Malley scored 16 points and the Bombers (17-6, 12-4) beat the Saints in a Liberty League game at Ithaca.
Katie Frederick posted a double-double of 17 points and 16 rebounds to pace St. Lawrence (15-7, 10-5).
CLARKSON 47, UNION 44
Devin Sorell scored 17 points and Emma Buonanno pulled down a rebound in the closing seconds to help the Golden Knights outlast the Dutchwomen (7-15, 4-12) for a Liberty League win in Schenectady.
Clarkson (9-13, 4-11), however, was eliminated from postseason contention despite the victory due to a William Smith win.
ONONDAGA CC 70, JCC 49
Sierra Fleming scored 20 points and Amy Holland added 14, but it wasn’t enough as JCC (10-10, 4-4) fell to OCC (18-5, 7-1) in a Mid-State Athletic Conference game at Syracuse.
Sydni Eure’s 18 points paced the Lazers.
CLARKSON MEN WIN TWICE
The Clarkson men’s team won a pair of slalom races to close out the MacConnell Division regular season at Proctor Ski Area in Andover, N.H.
The Golden Knights edged second-place Babson in each victory and vaulted back to the top of the conference standings. The Clarkson women’s team placed sixth in its two slalom races.
ARMSTRONG LEADS SLU
Carter Armstrong finished 13th in the men’s slalom to highlight St. Lawrence’s performance at the Dartmouth College Carnival in Hanover, N.H.
The St. Lawrence men’s team finished 11th while the women placed ninth in their respective slalom races.
GARSO PACES SAINTS
Jackie Garso posted a 19th-place finish in the women’s 10-kilometer freestyle to lead St. Lawrence to an eighth-place finish at the Dartmouth College Carnival in Hanover, N.H.
The Saints’ men’s team finished 13th in their freestyle race.
SLU LOSES PAIR
St. Lawrence suffered a pair of losses this weekend, 9-0 to Drexel on Saturday and 8-1 to Franklin & Marshall on Friday, to fall to 9-9 overall, with one match left in the regular season.