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Women Keep Winning...Men not so much...

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Adam - November 9, 2009 - 5:57 pm

This past weekend, the women continued their streak of 7 wins in a row, as they defeated both Harvard and Dartmouth on the road. Lauren Dahm was exceptional yet again, only allowing 2 goals all weekend (she's allowed 3 in the past 5 games!). Still ranked number 2, the Knights continue their run on the road versus Cornell and Colgate next weekend.

The men's team continued to struggle this weekend as the they dropped two matches to Quinnipiac and Princeton. The men received goals from Beca, Freeman, and Pawlick, but could not overcome the offenses of the Tigers and Bobcats. The team is hoping to receive a huge boost to their season this weekend as they return home for ECAC matches against RPI and Union. Both games start at 7pm.

Clarkson Drops Another

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Adam - November 1, 2009 - 11:30 pm

The night after losing 4-1 to Minnesota, Clarkson could not overcome their opponents the following night, falling by a tally of 4-2. On Friday's game, it was the Connolly brother, cousins, father-son duo, whatever connection, that did the Knights in, combining for 3 goals. On Saturday, however, Rob Bordson recored a goal and 3 assists to help his team over-power the Green and Gold. Minnesota-Duluth showed us how they do own one of the best offenses in the nation, having multiple players in the top 5 in scoring. Louke Oakley was the only Knight that showed offensive flare, assisting on 2 of the 3 goals scored over the wekeend.

Clarkson returns to action next weekend when they open the ECAC's in Connecticut and New Jersey against Quinnipiac and Princeton. 

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