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November 18, 2013

Oneonta women run into NCAAs


Grace Schilling scored 16 points Saturday to lead Oneonta, which received 13 points from all-tournament selection Alyshia Crawford and 10 from Lyteshia Price.

O-State, which rallied from a 32-29 halftime deficit, plays its home opener at 6 p.m. Tuesday against Utica College.

Hartwick 65, ECSU 46

Tournament MVP Taylor Vonasek scored 16 points on 7-for-12 shooting Sunday to lead Hartwick to the Eastern Connecticut State University Tip-Off Tournament title.

Maria Foglia and Kait Veit scored 13 points apiece for the Hawks (2-0), who received 10 points from Brittney Dumas. Foglia and Dumas earned all-tournament honors.

Hartwick, which held a 29-21 lead at halftime, will compete this weekend in the Peace University Jackie Ammons Memorial Tournament. The Hawks open against Salem College (N.C.) at 6 p.m. Friday.

Hartwick 93, MSM 50

Hartwick forced 19 turnovers in the first half Saturday en route to a season-opening victory over Mount Saint Mary in the first round of the Eastern Connecticut State Tip-Off Tournament.

Kait Veit led all scorers with 21 points, including 15 on five three-pointers. Maria Foglia contributed 19 points and Brittney Dumas had 16 points and nine rebounds for the Hawks, who hit 14 threes.

Clarkson 78, Cobleskill 49

Tracee Schiebel finished with 16 points, eight rebounds and four steals Saturday, but Cobleskill fell in the consolation game of the Max Ziel Tournament at Oswego.

Shelby Preston contributed 11 points and Kady Porterfield had 10 for the Fighting Tigers (0-2), who faced a 39-21 halftime deficit.

Cobleskill hosts a non-conference game against Bryn Athyn this Saturday.

Delhi falls to 0-5

Annie Marie Butler scored 16 points for host SUNY Delhi in a 72-61 non-conference loss to visiting Tompkins Cortland Community College on Sunday.

Cassie Beaver contributed 14 points and Brandi Zizzi had 10 for the Broncos (0-5), who faced a 33-24 halftime deficit.

On Saturday, Delhi dropped a 61-54 decision to visiting Broome CC after taking a 23-21 lead into the break. Beaver scored 14 points, Brittany Toliver finished with 12 and Butler had 11.

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