Jemma Dendy Young had three goals, two assists and four drawn kick-outs Sunday to lead Hartwick to victory on the final day of the Harvard Invitational.
Katie Ermakova finished with two goals, two assists and four drawn kick-outs for the Hawks (10-7), who received two goals apiece from Devon Boyle, Sami Capparelli and Britt Tait.
Anniek Hendriks, Lara Dendy Young and Cayley Tonkin also scored for Hartwick, which got seven saves from Michaela Davies.
The Hawks will travel to California to compete in the Loyola Marymount Invite from March 21-22.
Princeton 8, Hartwick 7
Jemma Dendy Young finished with five goals, two assists and two steals to lead Hartwick in an 8-7 loss to eighth-ranked Princeton on Saturday at the Harvard Invitational. Cayley Tonkin and Sami Capparelli also scored for the Hawks, who scored five times in the fourth quarter. Devon Boyle contributed five steals and goalie Michaela Davies stopped five shots.
Wagner 10, Hartwick 7
Sami Capparelli had three goals and a steal, but Hartwick fell to Wagner in its second Harvard Invitational game Saturday.
Britt Tait (three assists), Jemma Dendy Young (three steals), Devon Boyle and Lara Dendy Young also scored for Hartwick, which received five saves from Michaela Davies.
BASEBALLO-State drops two
Oneonta State dropped both ends of a non-conference doubleheader Sunday, following an 18-7 loss with a 6-3 setback against 20th-ranked Johns Hopkins at the Cal Ripken Baseball Complex in Aberdeen, Md.
Dylan Stamile went 2-for-3 with an RBI in the opener, which featured a 2-for-2 effort and a run from Casy Kies. David Wright singled and fellow Oneonta High graduate Nate Eastman scored for the Red Dragons, who were tied at 2 before giving up seven runs in the fourth inning.
Wright tripled and Eastman singled in the second game, when Christopher Orlando contributed a hit, a run and an RBI for O-State (1-4).