This Week in Saint Michael's College Athletics: January 7-13
The Saint Michael's College Nordic skiing team completed competition when the three-day Saint Lawrence University Carnival concluded on Sunday at Mount Van Hoevenberg.
The Saint Michael's College men's Alpine skiing team won the giant slalom on Saturday during the Saint Lawrence University Carnival, placing three student-athletes in the top eight at Whiteface Mountain.
The Saint Michael's College men's and women's swimming & diving teams swept the State University of New York at Potsdam on Saturday at the Ross Sports Center, both securing victories late in their Senior Day contests.
First-year Devan Sheth tallied the game-winning goal with nine seconds left in overtime to push Assumption College past the Saint Michael's College men's ice hockey team, 3-2, during Saturday's Northeast-10 Conference contest at Cairns Arena.
The Saint Michael's College men's basketball team lost a 73-65 decision to American International College on Saturday in Butova Gymnasium during Northeast-10 Conference play.
The Saint Michael's College women's ice hockey team fell to Sacred Heart University, 8-1, during Saturday afternoon's New England Women's Hockey Alliance (NEWHA) contest at Cairns Arena to cap a two-game weekend series.
The Saint Michael's College women's basketball team dropped a 65-46 decision at American International College on Saturday during Northeast-10 Conference play in Butova Gymnasium.
Senior Guillaume Grand (La Plagne, France/Lycée Général Ferrié) placed second in the slalom, junior Emilia Laffin (Chamonix, France/Lycée du Mont-Blanc René Dayve) was seventh, and the Saint Michael's College Alpine skiing team opened the 2019 season by taking fourth among 13 schools on the opening day of the three-day Saint Lawrence University Carnival on Friday at Whiteface Mountain.
Sophomore Zach Sullivan's (Weymouth, Mass./Walpole Express) first career multi-goal game elevated the Saint Michael's College men's ice hockey team to a 3-2 win over Assumption College on Friday and alone into first place atop the Northeast-10 Conference standings.
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