Paul Hylan had two goals and a team-best three assists for Delhi. Teammates Bryan Kelly and Jordan Owen scored two goals apiece for the Broncos, who are ranked eighth in the preseason NJCAA Division III poll.
Delhi will travel to the Greater Binghamton Sports Dome to face top-ranked Onondaga CC on Friday in a rematch of last season’s opener at the Carrier Dome. The Lazers won, 29-4.
Hartwick 15, MSM 9
Freshman Lauren Rosenberg had game-highs of four goals and two assists as Hartwick opened its season Saturday with a victory over visiting Mount Saint Mary.
Kia Ference contributed four goals and an assist and Ali Sisco scored three times for the Hawks, who gave first-year head coach Jackie Rutkowski her first victory at Hartwick.
After falling behind, 4-1, Hartwick scored seven straight goals to take control.
The Hawks play the Pacers at 5 p.m. Tuesday in Scranton, Pa.
O-State 21, Chapman 12
Nikki Fioretti had five goals Saturday for visiting Oneonta State, which scored the first eight goals in a victory over Chapman University that capped its season-opening week in California.
Casey Sarle contributed four goals for the Red Dragons (2-0), who received three goals from Kiera McNally and two from Allison McClain. Teammate Chelsea Collins had one goal and a college-high six assists for O-State, which will open its home schedule this Saturday against Rensselaer.
Luke Grunewald won state and conference titles in the 1,650-yard freestyle, leading Hartwick College’s men during the 14-team UNYSCSA/Empire 8 Conference Championships at Ithaca College.
Grunewald won in an NCAA B cut time of 15:59.64 for the Hawks, who had 935 points in the four-day championships to finish fourth in the state and third in the conference. Stevens won the team titles with 1,412 points, followed by Ithaca (1,325.50) and Union (1,136.50).