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April 1, 2013

Hartwick, O-State men lose conference openers in lacrosse

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Emily Zartman and Ciara McKeon had four goals apiece for Brockport (6-2, 1-0), which led, 9-5, at halftime.

Casey Sarle also scored for O-State (5-4, 0-1), which will travel to Cortland at 4 p.m. Tuesday.

SOFTBALL

O-State swept

Oneonta State fell, 9-1, in the first game and dropped the second, 10-7, in a SUNY Athletic Conference doubleheader Saturday at Buffalo State.

The Red Dragons (3-9) fell to 1-3 in SUNYAC play.

In O-State’s loss in Game 1, the Bengals scored seven runs in the first inning. The Red Dragons finished with five hits, including doubles by Stephanie Gaska and Nicole Marzillo.

O-State jumped to a 5-1 lead after two innings of the second game. Gaska had an RBI single and scored during the Red Dragons’ three-run first inning. Meaghan Foster and Tricia Kendziera started Oneonta’s second with a single and a double, respectively, and both scored to make it 5-1.

But Buffalo State scored a combined nine runs in the fourth and fifth innings.

O-State will travel to King’s College for a doubleheader that starts at 3 p.m. Tuesday.

EQUESTRIAN

Regional Show

Hartwick freshman Cecilia Campala qualified for the Zone II finals after finishing second in intermediate fences Saturday during the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association Zone II Region 3 show Saturday at Saratoga Springs.

The Zone II finals are Saturday.

Campala had the highest finish among seven Hartwick riders.

Junior Emma Heritage finished third in walk trot.

Senior Olivia Quinn was fourth in open flat and intermediate fences. She also finished third in the region for the Cacchione Cup, which is given to the top open rider.

TRACK

Hamilton Invitational

Pat Taylor and Jacob Matthews won individual events and the 1,600-meter relay also was victorious for SUNY Delhi as it opened the outdoor season Saturday at the Hamilton College Invitational.

Taylor won the long jump, covering 20 feet, 3.75 inches. Matthews cleared 6-0 to win the high jump and the Broncos’ relay team of Orion Brown, Joelsen Resimo, James Cowell and Kevin Williams placed first in 3 minutes, 35.11 seconds.

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