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This is the problem when you don't digest your turkey...

Adam - December 2, 2008 - 11:58 pm

The Clarkson University Golden Knights faced off against Canisius College over the Thanksgiving break. While everyone was home over-filling their stomachs with necessary turkey, the Knights were over-timing it up at Cheel Arena. Unfortunately, the Knights were on the wrong end of the table this weekend. After a come-back Friday night, the Golden Griffins (what kind of mascot is that?!) were able to slip away with a tally in the extra session to win the first game by a score of 4-3. Rufenach, Beca, and Freeman added the Clarkson goals in the effort. Saturday night also saw the two Golden’s go overtime. This time around, however, nothing was produced and the game ended in a 2-2 tie. Richie LaVeau got the start this game over Karpowich, as Shea Guthrie and Lauri Tuohimaa added the Clarkson goals. Clarkson showed some resilience in the game, as they outshot the Griffins (again, what is that? Seriously?) by a margin of 36-17. The Knights fell to 2-7-3 on the season. Looking to rebound the season, the Knights take the road next weekend against ECAC foes Cornell and Colgate.


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 Vermont for a pair. Freshmen standout Juana Baribeau notched FOUR goals in the 4-2 win over the Catamounts on Saturday night. The last Knight to score this many goals was Tim Marks in a ECAC match last year. Returning to the ice on Sunday for the grudge match, the Knights did not let up. Seven different goal scorers tallied up goals for the Knights (including two from Baribeau to make 6 on the weekend!), who blasted the Catamounts by a score of 9-1. This moves Clarkson to 8-5-3 on the year with several strong performances against top ranked foes. The ladies return to Cheel this weekend to play Cornell and Colgate as well.