Buffalo State Races Past Potsdam

BUFFALO, NY-Buffalo State (9-4/5-1) jumped all over visiting Potsdam (5-9/1-5) early and cruised to a 17-8 win in a SUNYAC game this afternoon at Coyer Field, on a day when sophomore Karen Shaddock (Corning/Corning East) eclipsed another milestone.

Shaddock led the Bengals with six goals and four assists, becoming the first-ever Bengal with 100 career assists. Mariah DeBolt (Waterloo/Waterloo) and Molly Seifritz (Syracuse/Henninger) netted three goals apiece, and Ashley Caporizzo (Liverpool/CNS) had two goals and an assist. Brittany Nagowski (Lancaster/Lancaster) added a goal and an assist, Jen Tierney (Massapequa/Massapequa) and Caitlin Butler (E. Amherst/Williamsville North) also scored, and Kendyl Clarkson (Painted Post/Corning West) served up five assists.

The Bengals raced out to a 5-0 lead and led by as many as 11 in the second half en route to the victory. The Bengals controlled the ground game with a 20-14 edge in ground balls, and outshot the Bears, 27-24. Ashley O'Brien (Honeoye Falls/Honeoye Falls-Lima) allowed four goals and had six saves in 45 minutes of work for the win between the pipes.

A trip to Brockport next Friday for another SUNYAC game is on deck for Buffalo State.

2010-04-24



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