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CU WOMEN’s SOCCER allowed less than a goal per game (0.983) over the last three seasons, and had its lowest mark in program history (0.83) during the 2012 season.
CU CROSS COUNTRY has seen three runners participate in the NCAA National Championships, with recently graduated Dan Frtiz reaching the event in the fall of 2013.
CLARKSON MEN’s HOCKEY has posted 1,375 wins in the 93-year history of the program and has enjoyed 70 winning seasons, claimed 10 ECAC Regular Season Titles, 5 ECAC Tournament Championships and played in 20 NCAA Tournaments.
CLARKSON GOLF had its first-ever All-American named in the spring of 2014 when Tyler Cline, who is entering his senior season this fall, earned the honor.
CU WOMEN’s LACROSSE posted its first winning season in program history in 2013, recording 11 victories and nearly reaching the conference tournament in one of the strongest leagues (Liberty League) in the country.
The GOLDEN KNIGHTS BASEBALL team has reached the Liberty League Tournament nine times in 12 seasons, winning the championship twice (2009, 2011) while finishing as runner-up four times.
In its 11th season as an NCAA program the 2013-14 CLARKSON WOMEN’s HOCKEY team won the University's first-ever NCAA Championship by knocking off two-time defending national champion Minnesota, 5-4 in the title game on March 23 in Hamden, CT at Quinnipiac University's TD Bank Sports Center. Clarkson posted a 31-5-5 overall record and won the ECAC Hockey regular season title with a 16-2-4 conference mark. Numerous Golden Knights earned individual awards in 2013-14, highlighted by senior Jamie Lee Rattray claiming the Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award as the best women's hockey player in the nation.
CLARKSON’s NORDIC SKI teams have simultaneously been inside the top three teams at the USCSA National Championships 11 times in the past 17 years, including National Champions in 2012.
GOLDEN KNIGHT BASKETBALL that senior John Coleman and former standout Marques Charlton each scored their 1000th career point in the same half of the same game just seven minutes apart in January 2014.
CLARKSON VOLLEYBALL has reached the NCAA Tournament five consecutive years, the only Liberty League team to ever accomplish the feat. The Golden Knights made it to the Elite 8 in 2012 and 2013, and saw three players earn AVCA All-American status last season (Xiao Liang, Lani Durio, Erika Chin).
CU LACROSSE has had 25 different All-Americans since 1968, with four players enjoying 2-time selections. In 2013, Brendon Shearin '13 and Corey Herrington '15 were added to the Golden Knights' list of All-Americans.
CU WOMEN’S BASKETBALL’s Ashley Loggins, entering her junior season, was the Liberty League Co-Rookie of the Year in 2012-13, and led all freshmen in Division III in scoring, averaging 17.4 points per game, including 10 20-point games.
CU MEN’s SOCCER is one of only four athletic offerings at Clarkson that has reached the national semifinals. The Golden Knights were one of the final four teams standing back in 1993.
The CLARKSON APLINE SKI teams, under current head coach Skip Fox, have been in the top 10 at the USCSA nationals on nine occasions in five seasons, with the men placing second overall in 2014.
CU SWIMMING's Charlie Weisman '97 earned All-American notice in back-to-back seasons in the 100 butterfly, and graduated holding six Golden Knight swimming records.