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September 28, 2013

O-State women tie Cortland; men win


Torri’s shot from the top of the circle beat Brockport goalie Lindsay Farrell (eight saves) to snap a 1-all tie.

O-State’s Andrea Day started the scoring in the 18th minute, converting a pass from Sara Rattigan on an odd-player break.

Madison Buckley used a reverse stick to score the equalizer for the Golden Eagles (4-3) in the 45th minute, off a pass from Molly Hurd.

Oneonta (6-2), which outshot Brockport, 12-2, hosts Geneseo at 1 p.m. Saturday. Geneseo beat defending SUNYAC champion New Paltz, 2-1, on the road Friday.


Delhi 6, Herkimer 1

Rebeka Kuntze and Rebecca Shuchman moved up from second doubles to the No. 1 spot for an 8-1 victory that helped SUNY Delhi (1-3) to a triumph at Herkimer County Community College.

The Broncos third doubles team of Tracy Keilbach and Janna Draper also played up a position and earned an 8-4 win at second doubles.

On Wednesday, Ali Angerer and Amanda Distin earned Delhi’s point in an 8-1 loss at Hudson Valley CC. Angerer and Distin defeated Jenna Brophy and Marie Visker, 9-7, at first doubles to improve to 5-3 overall and 3-1 against Region III opponents.

Broncos coach Charlie Mole said Angerer and Distin are on track to earn a seed for the Region III Tournament, which runs Oct. 12 at Delhi.

The Broncos will host Adirondack at 11 a.m. Saturday.


Potsdam 3, O-State 0

Karly Greco had a match-high 15 assists, but Oneonta State lost its SUNYAC Pool Play opener to Potsdam at Cortland, 26-24, 25-15, 25-21.

Becca Horton contributed 11 assists for the Red Dragons (8-9), who received 10 digs from Paige Carpluk and seven kills from Hannah O’Neil.

Jenna Blujus paced Potsdam (7-9) with 13 assists, 10 digs and nine kills.

Oneonta will continue pool play Saturday with matches against Oswego at 10 a.m. and host Cortland at 12:30 p.m.

Hartwick 3, Morrisville 1

Hannah Strom, Dana Martin and Katie Ryan combined for 27 kills Thursday, leading Hartwick College to a 25-17, 25-18, 18-25, 25-15 non-conference victory at Morrisville State.

Strom had a team-best 11 kills and four aces for the Hawks (4-13), who received nine kills, six aces and six digs from Martin. Ryan had seven kills, Christine Confer finished with six kills and Ashlynn Mohan had four.

Quincy Kinzel amassed 20 assists and seven digs, and Hannah Armstrong had 12 assists. Hartwick visits Elmira on Oct. 4.

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