Canada edged the U.S. 2-1 in the second game of their under-22 women's hockey series in Lake Placid, N.Y., with Gophers scoring two of the goals.

Sophomore defenseman Sydney Baldwin had the only U.S. goal to tie the score. Then, with under four minutes left, freshman forward Sarah Potomak got the game-winner for Canada.

Six other Gophers are also playing in the best-of-three series, tied 1-1 now. The third game is at 5 p.m. Saturday.

SCSU to induct seven

Seven individuals will be inducted into the St. Cloud State Athletic Hall of Fame on Oct. 3.

They are John Fjellanger (gymnastics, 1975-79), Stacy Jameson (football, 1985-89), Mike Lambrecht (football, 1981-85), Marie Meyer (volleyball, basketball, softball, 1968-72), Mary Ahlin Ralston (diving, 1997-2001), the late Bob Tracy (coach in men's cross country, track and field, 1964-68), Matt Vardas (football, track and field, 1989-1993).

Anne Abicht, a former media relations director from 1985 until last month, will receive a distinguished service award.


• Forty-one horses were nominated for Canterbury Park's richest race, the $200,000 Mystic Lake Derby, a one-mile turf race on Saturday of next week. Bill Mott, a National Hall of Fame trainer, submitted the names of four of his horses, including Syntax, the winner of the Grade 3 Kent Stakes in July at Delaware Park.

• Sammy Walker, who will be a sophomore forward at Edina this coming season, committed to the Gophers hockey team on Twitter. He had five goals and four assists for the Hornets last season. The 5-9, 135-pound was on the U.S. team which won the U17 Five Nations tournament in Switzerland earlier this month.

• Prior Lake is No. 36 in's preseason rankings — the highest of any Minnesota team. The Lakers were 27-3 last season and are No. 1 in the state coaches' Class 3A preseason poll.