After a lengthy lengthy break away from the Bonesaw action, Clarkson hockey write-ups have returned. We are very sorry for the delay, finals and end of the semester projects due tend to take over the lives of many people (including myself). So without further adieu, here is the latest news.
The men’s hockey team’s latest outcomes resulted in a loss and tie, against ECAC foes Cornell and Colgate. Clarkson skated to 3-3 tie against Cornell yet fell to Colgate by a margin of 4-1. Chris D’Alvise netted two goals against the Raiders, looking to once again find his scoring touch. Not much offense was produced at Cornell, as Jon Marshall scored the lone goal. Paul Karpowich remained in net for both games. The loss and tie still position the Knights at the end of the ECAC standings. Holding a record of 2-8-4 and 1-6-1, the Knights seriously need to find something to save a dismal season from getting any worse. The Knights take the ice against
The lady Knights also experienced a rough weekend against Cornell and Colgate. They too tied the Raiders and lost to the Big Red. Genevieve Lavoie and Melissa Waldie scored for the Knights in a 2-2 tie with Colgate, while Britney Selina and Brittany Mulligan scored in the losing effort to Cornell. The tie against Colgate was extremely controversial. With thousandths of seconds remaining, Clarkson had appeared to win the game in overtime off a goal from Baribeau. After a long review from the refs, the final decision was no goal. Head coaches Shannon and Matt argued for quite sometime after the decision hoping to get another look at it. However, the final word stood as Clarkson only took 1 point from the weekend. The Knights now stand at 8-6-4 owning a 4-2-2 ECAC record. The next set of game for the girls is after the holidays, a pair against
The Clarkson University Golden Knights faced off against
On the other hand, the Lady Knights are slowly but surely putting together a spectacular season. After coming off two strong wins against Quinnipiac and Princeton last week, the ladies visited