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Northeastern beats St. Lawrence, now 5-0

 Clay Witt made 39 saves and No. 20 Northeastern scored four third-period goals to erase a 2-0 deficit and top St. Lawrence, 6-3, on Friday night in Canton, N.Y.

 Kevin Roy scored two goals for the Huskies, who moved to 5-0-0 for the first time since 1988-89.

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 With the score knotted at 2 going into the third, Mike McMurtry, Zach Aston-Reese, Roy, and Braden Pimm scored, while Witt made 14 saves to preserve the victory.

Michigan 2, BU 1 — Robbie Baillargeon gave the No. 13 Terriers (3-2-0) a 1-0 lead at 18:25 of the first period but Tyler Motte tied it at 7:16 of the third and Alex Guptill potted the winner on a penalty shot at 8:46 as the No. 4 Wolverines (4-0-1) prevailed in Ann Arbor, Mich.

UMass-Lowell 4, Michigan State 1 — Josh Holmstrom had a goal and an assist to lead the No. 18 River Hawks (2-3-0) to a nonleague win over the Spartans (0-3-0) at East Lansing, Mich.

 Joe Gambardella, Stephen Buco, and Joseph Pendenza also scored for the visitors and Connor Hellebuyck made 24 saves.

 Mackenzie MacEachern had Michigan State’s goal.

Brown 4, Yale 1 — Sophomore Mark Naclerio scored a pair of goals to help the Bears rally from an early deficit and down the defending national champion Bulldogs in the season opener for both teams at the Liberty Invitational in Newark.

Marco De Filippo stopped 31 shots in the win, while Alex Lyon registered 27 saves for the Bulldogs.

Providence 3, Miami (Ohio) 2 — Niko Rufo scored 1:38 into overtime to give the eighth-ranked Friars a win over the No. 3 RedHawks (3-2-0) in Providence.

It is the first time since the 2003-04 season Providence has started 4-0-0.

Jon Gillies made 33 saves for his third win of the season.

Princeton 3, Dartmouth 2 — Tucker Brockett beat James Kruger just 45 seconds into overtime to lift the Tigers to a season-opening win over the Big Green in the Liberty Invitational at Newark.

Dartmouth’s Eric Neiley scored with 36.5 seconds left to force the extra frame.

Quinnipiac 4, Holy Cross 2 — Travis St. Denis scored twice and Kellen Jones notched a goal and an assist as the No. 9 Bobcats (5-1-0) rallied to beat the Crusaders (0-4-0) in Worcester.

 Tim Driscoll and Castan Sommer scored in the second period to give Holy Cross a 2-0 lead.

UConn 2, Union 2 — Mark Bennett and Mike Vecchione scored for the Dutchmen (1-2-2) in the first period but Billy Latta and Tyler Bouchard struck in the second to secure a tie for the host Huskies (0-2-1).

Maine 3, UMass 2 — Connor Leen scored on the power play at 3:27 of overtime to lift the Black Bears (2-2-0) past the Minutemen (2-3-0) in Orono, Maine.

 Mark Anthoine and Ben Hutton gave Maine a 2-0 lead in the first before Ray Pigozzi and Connor Sheary answered for UMass.

Women

Syracuse 4, BC 1 — Jessica Sibley, Allie LaCombe, Margot Scharfe, and Sadie St. Germain scored and Kallie Billadeau made 43 saves as the host Orange (3-4-0) upset the fourth-ranked Eagles (5-2-0). Kate Leary scored BC’s goal, while Corinne Boyles stopped 21 shots.

Harvard 4, Quinnipiac 2 — Dylanne Crugnale had two goals and Hillary Crowe and Sarah Edney one each as the No. 7 Crimson (1-0-0) scored four times in the second to top the No. 9 Bobcats (5-1-1, 0-1-0 ECAC) at Bright Center.

Providence 4, Northeastern 3 — Beth Hanrahan scored an unassisted power-play goal with 1:49 left in the third period to give the Friars (4-3-0, 1-0-0 Hockey East) the win over the Huskies (3-4-0, 0-1-0) at Matthews Arena.

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