Canton, NY – SUNY Canton continued its longest win streak in program history winning its fourth straight contest defeating visiting Colby-Sawyer College, 20-5 Saturday afternoon.
Becca Kieffer stopped 8 shots against Colby-Sawyer.
The visitors scored the opening two goals of the game but the Roos (6-4) responded scoring 14 unanswered goals while holding the Chargers scoreless for 30:01 of clock time. Keeley Rice (Potsdam, NY) led SUNY Canton with five goals and two assists in the opening half, while Joelle Percy (Black River, NY) tallied all six of her points (1-5-6) in the opening stanza.
Colby-Sawyer added three second half goals, two of which came off the stick of Allyson Redden but the Roos continued to control the game tacking on seven second half scores.
Rice led all players with 11 points on eight goals and three assists to go with her game-high six ground balls and team-high three caused turnovers. Robyn Carroll (Bowmanville, ON) posted four goals and one assist, while Percy finished with one goal and a game-high five assists. Tressa Goolden (Canton, NY) added three goals and an assist offensively. Redden led the Chargers with two goals and Maryalice Gurnee contributed a goal and assist.
The ground game was dead even as each team scooped up 25 ground balls. Colby-Sawyer went 15-for-24 on clear attempts while SUNY Canton successfully cleared the ball 16 times in 21 attempts. The Roos held a 31-13 edge in shots on goal.
Becca Kieffer (Lee Center, NY) had another outstanding game between the pipes stopping eight shots, while Kellie Lander made 11 saves for the Chargers.