Palecco helps Yale skate past Clark­son

New Haven Register (Sunday) (New Haven, CT) - - SPORTS -

Dante Palecco scored a game-win­ning power-play goal at 11:35 of the sec­ond pe­riod to lead the Yale men’s hockey team to a 2-1 ECAC Hockey win over Clark­son at Cheel Arena in Pots­dam, N.Y. on Satur­day.

Luke Stevens gave the Bull­dogs a 1-0 lead at 1:12 of the first pe­riod.

Har­alds Egle re­sponded for Clark­son (8-5, 2-2) and tied the game at 1 at 17:42 of the first pe­riod.

Sam Tucker had 19 Saves for the Bull­dogs (5-2-2, 4-2-1). Jake Kielly had 36 saves for Clark­son.

Quin­nip­iac 6, Prince­ton 3: Chase Priskie and Craig Martin each scored twice to lead the Bob­cats to their ECAC Hockey win at Hobey Baker Rink in Prince­ton, N.J. The Bob­cats scored four goals in the sec­ond pe­riod to take con­trol of the game.

Af­ter Ryan Kuffner gave the Tigers a 2-1 lead at 2:09 of the sec­ond pe­riod, the Bob­cats scored three unan­swered goals capped by Priskie’s first goal at 16:01 of the econd pe­riod for a 4-2 lead over the Tigers.

Jack­son Cressey, who scored twice for the Tigers, fin­ished the sec­ond pe­riod scor­ing with a goal at 17:28 to cut the Yale lead to 4-3.

But Priskie scored at 3:20 of the third pe­riod for a 5-3 lead and Martin added an in­sur­ance goal at 12:12 for the 6-3 fi­nal


Yale 77, Mi­ami 73: At Mi­ami, Fla., Miye Oni fin­ished with at game-high 29 points to lead the Bull­dogs to a non-con­fer­ence road win.

Jor­dan Bruner added 11 points and Blake Reynolds scored 10 for Yale, which im­proved to 4-2.

Stony Brook 71, Quin­nip­iac 61: At Stony Brook, N.Y., Cameron Young led all scorers with 29 points in the Bob­cats' loss.

Quin­nip­iac fell to 2-4.Stony Brook im­proved to 7-1.

SCSU 85, Adel­phi 69: Isa­iah McLeod and Luke Beesley each recorded dou­ble-dou­bles with McLeod post­ing a game-high 26 points and 10 re­bounds while Beesley added 10 points and 12 boards to lead the Owls to their North­east-10 Con­fer­ence win at the Moore Field House in New Haven.

The duo led five Owls (3-5, 2-2) in dou­ble fig­ures as Ulyen Cole­man had 18 points and four as­sists, Kealan Ives had 15 points, four as­sists and three steals and Joey Wal­lace had 10 points off the bench in his sea­son de­but. Nick Cam­bio led the Pan­thers (5-3, 1-3) with 20 points and 11 re bounds.


Adel­phi 63, South­ern Con­necti­cut 47: Leonie Edringer had 20 points and 12 re­bounds and Ni­a­jah Mor­gan added 18 points and nine re­bounds to lead the Pan­thers to their North­east-10 Con­fer­ence win at the Moore Field House in New Haven.

The Pan­thers (5-3, 3-1) outscored the Owls 20-7 in the fourth quar­ter to take con­trol of the game. Jes­sica Fressle led the Owls (5-2, 2-2) with 17 points and five re­bounds and Kiana Stein­auer added 14 re­bounds and six points.

Al­ber­tus Mag­nus 79, New Rochelle 53: Jill John­son con­trib­uted across the board with 23 points, six steals, four re­bounds and five as­sists to lead the Fal­cons to their win in New Rochelle, N.Y. Shyla Os­mond added 18 points, 11 re­bounds and six steals and Emma Pier­son had 12 points and eight re­bounds for the Fal­cons (6-0).

Saint Rose 65, New Haven 53: At Al­bany, N.Y., Brie Per­gola tied her sea­son-high with 16 points, but the Charg­ers dropped this NE-10 de­ci­sion.

Ka­tia Oje and Cam­ryn DeBose added 10 points apiece for UNH (5-3, 1-2 NE10), while Alexan­dria Kerr fin­ished with 16 re­bounds. Saint Rose im­proved to 4-3 (2-3 NE10).


Min­nesota 3, Yale 1: Abi­gail Boreen had a goal and an as­sist and Alex Gul­stein had 17 saves to lead the Go­phers (15-2-1) to their win at In­galls Rink in New Haven. Tabea Bot­thof scored for the Bull­dogs (2-10) and Tera Hof­man did her best to keep Yale in the game with 41 saves.

No. 10 Prince­ton 4, Quin­nip­iac 1: Sarah Fil­lier scored twice and Carly Bullock added a goal and an as­sist to lead the Tigers (7-2-3, 6-0-1) to their ECAC win in Ham­den. Fresh­man Zoe Boyd scored her first ca­reer goal on the power play to give the Bob­cats (4-10-3, 3-4-1) a 1-0 lead at 9:27 of the first pe­riod. Ab­bie Ives had 35 saves for the Bob­cats.

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