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Saturday, March 31, 2007

PLATTSBURGH — It has been a difficult week for the Plattsburgh State men's lacrosse team.
After opening their 2007 season with five victories on the road, the Cardinals returned home and have dropped two games this week.
Plattsburgh State will be looking to get back on the winning track against SUNY Morrisville today at the Plattsburgh State Lacrosse Complex.
The Cardinals then close out the nonconference portion of their schedule with versus Cazenovia at Liverpool High School on Monday night.
Plattsburgh State (5-2), ran into a couple of tough foes this week, suffering a 19-6 loss to Clarkson University on Monday and a 16-5 setback to nationally ranked St. Lawrence University on Thursday.
The Cardinals did play much better in the loss to St. Lawrence than in their setback to Clarkson.
Prior to this week, Plattsburgh State had outscored its competition, 91-39, in wins over Farmingdale State, Centenary, N.J., Roger Williams, New England College and Plymouth State.
SUNY Morrisville, which is a provisional member of NCAA Division III, is currently 0-3 on the season.
All three Morrisville games have been on the road. The Mustangs fell to Hartwick (17-5) and Manhattanville (16-12) before their most recent contest, a 13-0 setback at Oneonta State.
Cazenovia is still looking for its first win after dropping seven games in a row.
Plattsburgh State opens its State University of New York Athletic Conference season on Saturday, April 7, hosting conference power Cortland.



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