Johns Hopkins took a 6-1 lead into the ninth inning en route to a 4-0 start to the season.
Oneonta will play three doubleheaders in Florida this week, beginning with two games Thursday against Penn State Abington.
MEN’S LACROSSEDelhi 8, Genesee 7
Colby Treat scored twice Saturday to lead SUNY Delhi to a victory at Genesee Community College, which entered the week as the second-ranked NJCAA Division III team in the country.
“That’s the highest-ranked team we’ve ever beaten, that’s for sure,” said Broncos coach Bob Leary, whose eighth-ranked squad jumped to a 5-0 lead after one period. “We were up from the beginning, then we kind of held on to win.”
Jake Gui contributed a goal and four assists for Delhi (2-1), which received two assists from Paul Hylan. Although the Broncos were outshot, 43-18, they finished with advantages of 32-13 in groundballs and 13-5 in faceoffs.
Robert Rohan keyed the victory with 23 saves in goal for Delhi, which held a 6-4 lead at halftime.
“He’s a really good goalie,” Leary said. “He’s done a great job and he was a huge part as to why we won.”
Genesee (1-1) capped the scoring with less than a second remaining.
Delhi will host Anne Arundel on March 20.
Rensselaer 9, O-State 7
Connor Coyle and Anthony Laureano had two goals apiece Saturday, but Oneonta State lost a non-conference game on the road.
Justin Benigno finished with a college-best 15 saves in goal for the Red Dragons (0-4), who also received a goal and an assist from Kevin Theofield.
Patrick Finn had three goals and three assists to lead Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (2-2), which held a 50-31 advantage in shots.
Oneonta visits Hartwick at 4 p.m. Tuesday.
SR 17, Hartwick 11
Zach Gropper finished with a college-best six goals Saturday, but host Hartwick opened its season with a non-conference loss to Salve Regina (4-0).