Cody Ciolino contributed two goals for the Hawks, who received a goal and three assists from Mike Vaglica.
Chad Hollenshade’s five goals paced the Seahawks, who were outshot, 51-49.
Michael Rourke stopped 22 shots in his first start in goal for the Hawks, who host Oneonta State at 4 p.m. Tuesday.
Florham 20, Cobleskill 3
Max Sprauer had two goals for Cobleskill, which lost a non-conference road match Sunday.
Chris Magee also scored for the Fighthing Tigers (0-2), who visit Vassar on Tuesday.
Farleigh Dickenson University at Florham (3-2) held a 55-21 advantage in shots.
WOMEN’S LACROSSEO-State 18, Marywood 9
Oneonta State scored the first eight goals Saturday en route to a non-conference victory at Marywood.
Nicole Boylan, Allison McClain and Kiera McNally each scored three goals for the 17th-ranked Red Dragons (5-0), who received two goals apiece from Michelle Genovese, Nikki Fioretti, Catherine Clark and Casey Sarle. Heather Fitzpatrick also scored for Oneonta, which got a team-best four assists from Chelsea Collins.
Sarah Caughy and Kimberly Commisso scored three goals apiece for Marywood (0-4), which faced an 11-3 halftime deficit.
Amanda Reichardt made two saves in the first half to earn the win in goal for Oneonta, which hosts St. John Fisher on Thursday.
Buffalo St. 17, Hartwick 11
Lauren Rosenberg and Emily Jweid scored three goals apiece Friday, but host Hartwick dropped a non-conference match at Wright Stadium.
Jweid also had two assists for the Hawks (2-2), who received two goals apiece from Kia Ference and Lisa Littleton.
Becca Martinez scored five times to pace Buffalo State (1-0), which took an 11-6 lead into halftime.
WOMEN’S TENNISWS 9, O-State 0
Lauren Skolnick’s 6-3, 6-4 loss at second singles marked the closest match of Saturday’s non-conference meeting as host William Smith swept Oneonta State.
The Red Dragons (0-2) visit St. Lawrence this Saturday.