Grace Schilling, Sarah Longto and Bryn Loomis combined to shoot 16-for-20 from the field to lead Oneonta State’s women to a 63-51 SUNY Athletic Conference basketball victory at Oswego State on Tuesday.
Schilling, who also had six steals and six assists, shot 6-for-7 from the floor en route to a team-high 17 points. Longto made five of her seven shots from the field and finished with 12 points. Loomis’ 10-point night came on 5-for-6 accuracy from the floor.
The Red Dragons (15-5, 9-4) shot 46 percent from the floor.
O-State held a 25-19 lead at halftime, but Oswego’s Alison Nunziato scored the first eight points of the second half. Nunziato hit two three-pointers and her two-pointer with 18 /12 minutes left gave the Lakers a 27-25 lead.
Oneonta responded with an 18-6 run over the next nine minutes.
Kelly Mulligan gave the Red Dragons the lead for keeps on a layup with 17:50 to make it 28-27.
A three-pointer by Alyshia Crawford gave Oneont a four-point lead with 16 1/2 minutes left.
When Loomis hit a jumper with 10:52 remaining, Oneonta led, 41-33.
Two free throws by Schilling capped the run with 9 1/2 minutes to go, giving Oneonta 43-33 lead.
Oswego (6-14, 2-11) never came closer than eight points thereafter.
Jenn Robbins had 17 points to lead the Lakers.
Oneonta will host Fredonia at 6 p.m. Friday.
MEN’S BASKETBALLCobleskill 60, Wells 56
Twenty points apiece from Alexis Nunez and Brandon Smith led host SUNY Cobleskill to a North Eastern Athletic Conference victory.
Nunez also had six assists, and Mike Chapman contributed eight points and seven rebounds for the Fighting Tigers (5-12, 7-7). Smith made nine of his 13 shots from the field.
Former SUNY Delhi standout Jonathan Hurtado had 14 points for Wells (8-13, 7-7), which received 15 points from Al Paul.
Cobleskill will travel to Gallaudet University at 1 p.m. Saturday.
Hartwick College freshman Devon Boyle was named The College Water Polo Association’s West Division Rookie of the Week.
Boyle scored once in Hartwick’s 10-9 victory over 20th-ranked Pacific on Sunday in the Brown Invitational. She also had three goals in the Hawks’ 16-7 win over Marist.
In four games over the weekend, Boyle had six steals, three assists and forced six drawn ejections.
Hartwick (2-2) will travel to play San Diego State on Thursday.