Orange Tie Clarkson in OT


For the third time in as many outings Syracuse played an overtime game, tying Clarkson, 1-1, in Potsdam on Saturday. In the second game of the home-and-home series, the Orange (0-3-2) scored midway through the second period to take a 1-0 lead and Clarkson (3-0-1) tied the game early in the third stanza. Neither team scored in the five-minute overtime period.

“This was a really good game for us. We had a great attitude from start to finish,” said head coach Paul Flanagan. “All of our players contributing and gaining confidence. It is our third overtime game in a row, we are right there. Now it is just a matter of getting one in the win column.”

Midway through the second period, Orange senior Abby Moloughney took a pass in the slot from freshman Sarah Marchand and scored Syracuse’s first goal on an Orange power play. Junior defender Mae Batherson started the scoring play on a pass up the ice to Marchand, who found a wide-open Moloughney for the goal to give Syracuse a 1-0 lead.

Clarkson, a team receiving votes in the national rankings, scored less than three minutes into the third period to tie the game. Nicole Gosling scored on a power play, assisted by Haley Winn and Caitrin Lonergan.

Syracuse goaltender Arielle DeSmet recorded 37 saves in the game, two shy of her career-high. In four games at Syracuse, DeSmet has 120 saves. The senior has 739 career saves, including 702 at Robert Morris in three seasons.


Syracuse will return to Tennity Ice Pavilion on Tuesday, October 12 to host Union at 6 pm. Admission to Orange ice hockey home games is free. Admission to Orange ice hockey home games is free. All fans attending games must adhere to Syracuse University’s COVID-19 policy, which can be found here. The game will be streamed on


Orange alumni, fans and friends are invited to share in a year-long celebration of 50 years of Syracuse University women’s athletics. Events and special recognition of all female student-athletes who have donned the Block S to represent Syracuse University and the Athletics Department since 1971-72 will be held throughout the 2021-22 seasons. As we celebrate this history, we acknowledge those who have gone before us to set the standard we strive to achieve today so we can pave the way for the future. We reflect on the history of women in sport, admire their sacrifices, recognize their contributions and accomplishments, and honor their legacy.

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