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March 10, 2014

Weekend area roundup Gordon men fall one game shy of D3 Sweet Sixteen


Endicott 15, babson 9: Emily Whitney racked up five goals and Callie Murphy scored three times with a pair of assists as the Gulls improved to 2-0. Ellie Clayman also had a five-point outing with four goals and one assist while Meghan Lennon had a goal and three helpers. Ryan Socolow came up with 16 saves.

Salem State 11, Colby-Sawyer 10 (2OT): Kristina Conlon scored an unassisted goal 1:09 into the second overtime as Salem State (1-1) earned its first win of the season in dramatic fashion. Kelly Tanner had three goals and Kelsey Russell, Katie Hart and Erin Riley each scored twice for Salem State. Cheyenne Jackson made 18 saves in net.


Endicott 10, Eastern Conn. St. 3: Ranked 12th nationally, Endicott remained undefeated by pounding Eastern Conn. State behind three goals from Colin Bannon and two by Jeremy Morgan. Josh Tordik had a goal and two assists for the Gulls, Harrison Cotter had two goals and one assists and Nick Pinciaro also scored.

Gordon 12, Salem State 19: The Scots won their third straight to improve to 3-1 on the season while Salem State dipped to 1-2.


Gulls split: At the Endicott Invitational, the Gulls (10-5) defeated Sage in straight sets and also fell to fifth-ranked Rivier in four sets. Setter Carter Roche had a total of 129 assists in the tournament and earned a spot in the All-Tournament team.


Marietta 8, Salem State 4: The Vikings fell to 2-2 on their annual trip to Florida with another game not completed as of press time. Brett Cahill continues his torrid start to 2014 with two hits and two runs scored while Eric Burgess had a pair of hits and Alex Toomey fanned four in four innings of relief work.


Vikes Stumble: Jenn Toussaint’s 2-run double wasn’t enough to get Salem State all the way back in a 5-3 loss to Stevens, and the Vikings finished a double-dip by falling 7-2 to Franklin and Marshall to go to 1-5 on their annual trip to Florida. Katelyn Doherty also drove in a run and Cara Crowley had a pair of hits.

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