3-8-20 SCORES: Kansas City edges out Utica City FC in overtime; Colgate men's basketball advances to third straight Patriot League final; Lacrosse at the Adirondack Bank Center

Highlights and scores from Sunday, March 8, 2020.

Posted: Mar 9, 2020 12:01 AM
Updated: Mar 9, 2020 12:45 AM

MASL
Kansas City Comets 7, Utica City FC 6  Final/OT*

Cristhian Segura and Moises Gonzalez would score two goals each throughout three quarters but the Comets would score 5 unanswered goals including the game-winning goal in overtime by Gui Gomes to win 7 to 6. 

NCAA DI Men's Basketball
Patriot League Semifinal
Lafayette 64, Colgate 89

For the third consecutive time, the Colgate Raiders are heading to the Patriot League championship. 

Five players scored in double-digits for the Raiders including Jordan Burnswith a team-high 17 points and Patriot League Defensive Player of the Year Will Rayman tallying 16 points and 11 rebounds. This win gives Colgate its first 25-win season. 

Colgate will host Boston University Wednesday at 7:30 PM in the final. 

Men's Lacrosse*

For the first time ever, a lacrosse game was hosted at the Adirondack Bank Center.Marian University out of Wisconsin and Tri-City lacrosse went head to head for some fun lacrosse action this evening.

Tri-City lacrosse is a local club that’s been around for over 35 years. Post-collegiate athletes come together to play and they also have a youth programs as well.

Marian's head coach, Robert Leary who is from Central New York - he attended Whitesboro High School and coached there - brings his team on a trip throughout the state in the winter and spring to face some of our local teams.

Tri-City's General Manager Paul Noecker says that they do it because they love them game and spreading the love of the game."

Other scores: 

Women's Lacrosse
Virginia Tech 8, Syracuse 18
Fredonia 16, SUNY Poly 13

Baseball
Clarkson 2, Hamilton 8
Clarkson 5, Hamilton 7
Mohawk Valley CC 9, Massasoit 14

Softball
Syracuse 2, North Carolina 1

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