Second-half goals by Kelcy Forbragd and Andrea Day rallied host Oneonta State to a 3-2 non-conference field hockey victory over previously unbeaten Ithaca College on Wednesday.
The Red Dragons (5-2) tied the score at 2 in the 42nd minute. Forbragd’s eighth goal of the season came on a rebound. She’s scored in all but one of O-State’s games this season.
Five minutes later, Day scored the winner. Day dribbled into the circle before beating Bombers goalie Katie Lass.
Walton graduate Erin Butler scored her fourth goal of the season in the first half. She scored off of rebound to tie it at 1 for O-State.
Ithaca (5-1) opened the scoring on an own goal and then took a 2-1 lead on a goal by Cassie Schuttrumpf.
Tess Tracy made three stops in the first half for O-State, which received five saves from Krista Servedio in the second half.
The Red Dragons will host Brockport State on Sept. 27.
Hartwick 1, Bard 0
Kylie Thayer’s third goal of the season came in the 73rd minute and lifted host Hartwick College to a non-conference victory.
Thayer scored on a free kick.
Hope Brown stopped three shots in the shutout for the Hawks (3-1-2), who will host Ithaca at noon Saturday.
Green Mountain 4, Cobleskill 2
Freshmen J.C. Barrientos and Tyler Condame scored for host SUNY Cobleskill, which dropped to 0-4 with a non-conference loss.
Green Mountain (1-4) scored three times in the first half.
The Fighting Tigers (0-4) will travel to Morrisville at 5 p.m. Saturday.
Union 6, Hartwick 3
Ruthie Jones and Rebecca Clark earned wins at first and third singles, respectively, but visiting Hartwick fell in a non-league match.
Jones downed Natalia Pronchick, 6-4, 7-5. Clark earned a 6-3, 6-3 win over Margaret Oppenheim.
Clark also teamed with Micheala Finegan for a win at second doubles.
O-State 8, Cortland 1
Singles victories from Brynn Sussman, Emily Maggiore, Lauren Skolnick, Collette Lankowitz, Michelle Spencer and Riane Reithel helped host Oneonta State to a SUNY Athletic Conference victory Tuesday.
Skolnick, at third singles, and Lankowitz, at fourth singles, needed third-set super tiebreakers to secure their wins.
O-State (4-2, 2-1) clinched the second seed for the conference tournament in October.
O-State will travel to Oswego at 4 p.m. Friday.