Vaglica’s third goal tied it at 9 before Gropper scored the go-ahead goal with 1:14 to go. Hughes capped the scoring with 19 seconds left.
Gropper finished with a game-high four goals and Hughes had three goals and two assists in his final game in a Hartwick uniform. Hughes finished his stay at Hartwick with a program-best 185 all-time goals.
Fellow senior Carl Lengel stopped 10 shots in goal for the Hawks (6-8, 2-5), who finished sixth in the E8 standings.
Cobleskill 14, Wells 9
Tom Faraone had four goals and an assist Saturday to help SUNY Cobleskill snap an eight-game skid with a season-ending North Eastern Athletic Conference win at home.
Rob Neubert contributed two goals and six assists for the Fighting Tigers (3-8, 1-6), who received nine saves from Eric Randazzo.
The Express fell to 1-11 overall and 0-6 in conference play.
O-State 20, Oswego 13
Oneonta State qualified for the SUNY Athletic Conference Tournament with a road victory Saturday.
Oneonta (9-8, 4-4) earned the fifth seed for the SUNYACs and will visit No. 4 seed Brockport at 3 p.m. Tuesday.
The Red Dragons eliminated Oswego (7-8, 4-4) based on head-to-head competition.
Tuesday’s winner advances to Friday’s semifinals at Cortland State.
Caroline Tulley finished with five goals and four assists for O-State. The latter helped Tulley set a program record for single-season assists, with 34, and extended her program record for all-time assists to 74.
Jillian Donodeo led all scorers with six goals and Kiera McNally contributed four for Oneonta, which received five saves from goalie Laura Grose.
Ithaca 22, Hartwick 4
Kia Ference had a goal and an assist Saturday for Hartwick (4-11, 1-6), which also received goals from Meg Luce, Emily Jweid and Ally Naja in a season-ending loss at 13th-ranked Ithaca College.
The Bombers (11-5, 7-0) will host the conference playoffs this weekend.