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.