CANTON — Former Carthage standout Josh Yelvington set four single-season and program records with a six-goal performance as the top-seeded SUNY Canton men’s lacrosse team beat Dean College in a North Atlantic Conference semifinal Saturday.

Yelvington gained single-season records for goals (48) and points (70) for the Kangaroos (10-6). He also earned program-records with 116 career goals and 153 career points. SUNY Canton will play New England College in the NAC title game Saturday in Canton.

Anthony Trasacco scored five goals for the Bulldogs (7-6).

Mike Donnelly and Jack Hennessey each scored three goals as the fifth-seeded Saints beat the No. 4 Bombers in the Liberty League first round at Ithaca.

Alex Terry made seven saves for St. Lawrence (13-3), which plays at top-seeded Rochester Institute of Technology in a Wednesday semifinal.

Connor Thornton collected 15 saves for Ithaca (9-6).

Cooper Urban’s goal with one second left in regulation powered the third-seeded Engineers to victory over the No. 6 Golden Knights in the Liberty League first round in Troy.

Lucas Bastarache chipped in with two goals and three assists for Rensselaer (12-4), which plays second-seeded Union on Wednesday.

Pierce Currie generated four goals and three assists for Clarkson (8-8).

Tim Fallo registered three goals and an assist as the Blue Knights beat the Bears in SUNYAC play at Potsdam.

James Pratt netted three goals for SUNY Geneseo (7-9, 4-2).

Zach Sheridan stopped 22 shots for SUNY Potsdam (4-10, 1-5).

WOMEN’S LACROSSE

Aubrey Borgesi’s four goals as the Golden Knights ended the regular season with a Liberty League rout of the Yellowjackets in Rochester.

Former Immaculate Heart player Jaid Baytos added three goals and an assist for Clarkson (10-7, 7-3), which earned the No. 3 seed and will host sixth-seeded Rensselaer in the first round of the league playoffs Tuesday.

Mary Panepento paced Rochester (5-10, 2-8) with three goals.

Liz Brady’s one goal and five assists helped the Engineers beat the Saints in Liberty League play at Troy.

Abbey Salvon contributed three goals and an assist for Rensselaer (7-5, 4-5).

Isabel Silvia notched two goals and an assist for St. Lawrence (4-12, 2-8).

Jacqui Thorsen and Hannah Marafioti each provided three goals and an assist as the Blue Knights topped the Bears in a SUNYAC game at Potsdam.

Mallory Max added three goals for SUNY Geneseo (13-4, 9-0).

Cayla O’Connor supplied three goals to surpass 100 career goals scored for SUNY Potsdam (5-11, 2-7).

SOFTBALL

Quin Garant belted a three-run home run in the second game as the Engineers swept the Saints in a Liberty League doubleheader in Troy.

Jamie Cleasby tossed a two-hitter in the opening game for Rensselaer (26-8, 8-4).

Sofia Adams registered three hits across two games for St. Lawrence (18-16, 2-12).

Danni Napoli generated five RBIs over two games as the Blue Knights earned a SUNYAC sweep over the Bears in Geneseo.

Taylor Moore and Ashlyn Kersch each tossed complete games for SUNY Geneseo (29-7, 13-3).

Megan Fish belted a two-run home run in the second game for SUNY Potsdam (8-28, 1-17).

MEN’S GOLF

Brad Belote, Thomas Conroy and Chris Rust are all in the top five after the second round of the Liberty League championship at the Kaluhyat Course in Verona.

Belote and Rust were the only golfers to shoot in the 70s on a rainy and windy second day. St. Lawrence’s William Wilson shot a 10-over-par 82 to move into seventh.

New York University is first while Clarkson is in second in the team event. St. Lawrence is fifth.

SUNY Canton junior Matthew Russell shot a 15-over-par 86 in tough weather conditions after the first round of the Oswego Invitational at Oswego Country Club.

SUNY Oswego’s Sean Paul Owen and SUNY Delhi’s Aaron Oliver share the individual lead after shooting a 5-over-par score.

The Lakers lead the team standings and the Kangaroos are sixth.

WOMEN’S GOLF

Senior Olivia Zachman led the St. Lawrence with a 95 after the first day of the Jack Leaman Tournament hosted by Amherst College in Massachusetts.

Montana McMahon ranked second on the Saints’ squad, shooting a 111 on the par-72 course.

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