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March 24, 2014

Suderley on All-America First Team

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Jared Suderley’s final men’s basketball season at Hartwick College is getting plenty of attention.

Senior forward Suderley earned his second All-America honor for the 2013-14 season on Saturday, when Hartwick’s all-time leading scorer and rebounder received a First Team honor from D3hoops.com.

Suderley’s second All-America award from D3hoops.com — he was a second-teamer in 2012 — came two days after he made the National Association of Basketball Coaches’ Division III All-America Third Team.

Suderley led Hartwick (18-10) in scoring (20.4 points per game) and rebounding (10.7 pg) en route to Empire 8 Conference Player of the Year accolades. He went on to earn E8 Tournament MVP honors for leading the Hawks to their second conference title and third NCAA D-III Tournament berth in the last four seasons.

Suderley also made the D3hoops.com All-East Region First Team and the NABC East Region All-District First Team this season, when he set all-time program records for points and rebounds. He finished his four seasons at Hartwick with 2,034 points and 920 rebounds.

WATER POLOHartwick 15, Concordia 8

Sami Capparelli and Anniek Hendriks scored three goals apiece to lead Hartwick to a victory over Concordia at Cal State Northridge on Sunday.

Katie Ermakova, Britt Tait, Jemma Dendy Young and Stephanie El Safty each scored twice and Devon Boyle had one goal for the Hawks (15-8), who received 10 saves from Michaela Davies.

Hartwick, which held a 7-1 lead early in the second quarter, play at top-ranked and defending national champion Southern California on Thursday. The Hawks will close their eight-game trip to California at Long Beach State on Friday.

CSN 12, Hartwick 10

Sami Capparelli scored five goals Sunday, but Hartwick’s five-game winning streak ended with a loss to seventh-ranked host Cal State Northridge.

Cayley Tonkin contributed two goals for the Hawks, who received one apiece from Devon Boyle, Katie Ermakova and Britt Tait.

Molly Henehan and Marisa Young scored three goals apiece for the Matadors (18-5), who snapped a 9-all tie with three straight goals in the fourth period.

Kiernan Davis made 12 saves for CSN, which tied a school record with its 10th straight victory.

Michaela Davies stopped five shots for the Hawks, who took a 6-4 lead into halftime.

LMU Invitational

Katie Ermakova scored three times to lead Hartwick to a 12-7 victory over Pomona Pitzer on the second day of the Loyola Marymount Invitational on Saturday.

Jemma Dendy Young and Sami Capparelli each had two goals for the Hawks, who received one apiece from Stephanie El Safty, Ricci Ferigo, Devon Boyle, Cayley Tonkin and Lara Dendy Young.

Michaela Davies stopped five shots for Hartwick, which scored the first five goals.

Ermakova followed with five goals in a 14-7 defeat of Whittier College as Hartwick closed the invitational with a 4-0 record.

Boyle scored three times and Lara and Jemma Dendy Young had two apiece for the Hawks, who jumped to a 4-0 lead. Tonkin and Kylie Traube also scored for Hartwick, which got seven saves from Davies.

DIVINGNCAA Championships

Hartwick senior Lindsay Bowker completed her appearance at the NCAA Division III Diving Championships with a 20th-place finish in the 3-meter preliminaries at Indiana University.

Bowker scored 395.90 points in the 24-woman field. Maria Zarka of Kenyon won the title with 494.15 points.

EQUESTRIANIHSA Regionals

Hartwick junior Julia Ready placed first out of 16 riders in the Novice Over Fences during the IHSA Regional Championships on Saturday at Saratoga Springs. Ready, who also placed second out of 10 riders in the Intermediate Flat, qualified for zone competition along with teammates Taylor Trombley and Ashley Zizzo.

Oneonta High graduate Trombley, a sophomore, won the Intermediate Flat and placed fifth in Novice Fences.

Zizzo, a senior, didn’t compete but still qualified for zones, which run April 6 in Fairfield, Conn.

At regionals, Sarah Tessitore placed fourth in the Novice Flat and Taylor Johnson was sixth. Daryl Orend placed seventh in the Advanced Walk Trot Canter.

BASEBALLO-State goes 1-2

Oneonta State opened a three-game set at Kean with an 8-0 victory over the host school before dropping back-to-back games to Montclair State, 10-1 and 4-2.

Steve Ascher (3-1) struck out seven and walked one in a nine-inning four-hitter that led the Red Dragons (4-10) over Kean (13-3) on Saturday.

Matt Mastroianni capped a six-run second with a three-run homer for Oneonta, which received RBI singles from Oneonta High graduate David Wright, Sean Mullins and Casy Kies in the top of the inning.

LJ Gizzarelli contributed an RBI single in the eighth, which also featured an unearned run for the Red Dragons. Wright and Gizzarelli finished with two hits apiece.

Oneonta gave up seven runs in the second inning of its second game Saturday as Montclair State cruised to victory.

Chris Orlando’s RBI double in the first gave O-State the early lead, but starting pitcher Joe Franke (0-1) allowed six earned runs in the second before leaving with one out in the inning.

Kies, who scored on Orlando’s double, had two of Oneonta’s five hits.

On Sunday, the Red Dragons blew a 2-0 lead and fell again to Montclair State (5-6). Orlando had a two-run double that capped Oneonta’ scoring in the top of the first.

Wright and Mastroianni each had a hit and a run for O-State, which struck out 13 times. Losing pitcher Alex Mastrianni struck out six, walked two, scattered six hits and allowed four runs — three earned — in seven innings.

Oneonta will open its home schedule at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday with a non-conference game against Montclair State.

MEN’S LACROSSEWheaton 11, O-State 6

Anthony Laureano finished with team-highs of three goals and five groundballs Saturday, but Oneonta State dropped a non-conference game at Wheaton (Mass.).

Laureano also had an assist for the Red Dragons (1-7), who received goals from Devon Casey, Connor Coyle and Mike Metzger. Jimmy Reiser contributed two assists.

Matthew Hillman’s three goals paced Wheaton (3-5), which took a 7-3 lead into halftime.

Harrison Bramhall made 21 saves for Wheaton, which was outshot, 41-33.

O-State plays a non-conference game at Marywood University at 7 p.m. Tuesday.

Utica 10, Hartwick 7

Mike Vaglica and Zach Gropper each had two goals and an assist for Hartwick, which went scoreless after halftime in an Empire 8 Conference road loss Saturday.

Cody Petillo also scored twice and Sean Brown had one goal for the Hawks (1-4, 0-1), who took a 7-5 lead into halftime.

Christian Reiller and Joe Schoen had two goals apiece for Utica (4-2, 1-0), who scored five times in the fourth quarter.

Michael Rourke made 20 saves for Hartwick, which hosts a non-conference game against King’s College at 4 p.m. Tuesday.

Delhi 20, Cayuga 4

Thirteen players scored as SUNY Delhi cruised to a non-conference victory Saturday at Cayuga Community College.

Chris Attuzzo scored four goals and Gavin Schlosser contributed a goal and four assists for the Broncos (3-2), who are ranked fifth among NJCAA Division III teams.

Delhi led, 3-1, after one quarter before outscoring Cayuga, 8-2, in the second. Eight Broncos scored one goal apiece in the period.

The Broncos will play Broome CC at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday in the second game of a doubleheader at Hartwick College. Hartwick will host King’s College in the first game.

WOMEN’S LACROSSEStevens 14, Hartwick 9

Kia Ference and Lauren Rosenberg scored three goals apiece, but Hartwick dropped its Empire 8 Conference opener at home Saturday.

Ali Sisco, Emily Jweid and Meg Luce also scored for the Hawks (4-4, 0-1), who received three assists from Ally Naja.

Erika Wilcox (two assists), Kara Rafferty (two assists) and Caitlyn Hughes each had three goals for Stevens (3-5, 1-0), which closed with a 3-0 run to secure the victory.

Steph Luce made 14 saves for Hartwick, which faced a 7-5 halftime deficit.

The Hawks host a non-conference game against Keuka at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday.