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October 17, 2013

O-State men lose, 1-0, at Scranton|

The Daily Star

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Oneonta State gave up a goal inside the first three minutes and failed to recover as host Scranton won a non-conference men’s soccer game, 1-0, on Wednesday.

Nick Paganelli followed Bill McGuiness’ serve over the Red Dragons defense to the top of the 18-yard box, where he touched the ball past oncoming goalie Vincent Pellegrino. The two collided, but Paganelli got just enough on the ball to send it into the net for a 1-0 Scranton lead 2:31 into the game.

Goalie Eric Hintz made a season-high six saves for the Royals (8-1-3), who finished with advantages of 18-12 in shots and 3-0 in corner kicks.

Pellegrino made one save in the first half for Oneonta (9-3-3), which got five saves from Daniel DeBottis in the second half.

The Red Dragons host a SUNY Athletic Conference game against New Paltz at 1 p.m. Saturday.

MSV 4, Cobleskill 0

Goalie David Melchor made five saves for his eighth shutout of the season as Mount Saint Vincent (11-4) beat visiting Cobleskill in a non-conference match.

Tucker Lewis stopped six shots for Cobleskill (0-12), which was outshot, 24-10.

Adirondack 3, Delhi 1

Dimitri Beauchamp gave the Broncos an early lead, but visiting SUNY Delhi fell in the Mountain Valley Conference.

Beauchamp opened the scoring 25 minutes into the first half after receiving a throughball from Nick Oliveria. Beauchamp settled the pass before scoring to the bottom-left corner from 12 yards.

Joe Bolter tied the score two minutes into the second half on a 20-yard shot that found the top-right corner. The go-ahead goal came with 15 minutes left in the second half, when a deflection in the box fell to Julio Cunningham; he tapped it in from close range.

Samuel Naiwo capped the scoring with eight minutes left.

Brendon Rivera made six saves for the Broncos (6-6, 4-3), who host Herkimer County Community College on Saturday.


Union 3, Hartwick 1

Nicolette Wilson opened the scoring 3:40 into the second half, but Hartwick College lost a non-conference road game.

Wilson headed in a corner kick from Allyson Daniels to give the Hawks (5-5-3) a 1-0 lead.

Union (8-4) responded with goals by Mollie Gilchrist, Emily Hamilton and Melissa Scinto for the victory.

Hope Brown made 10 saves for Hartwick, which was outshot, 18-10. Allison Brustowicz stopped two shots for Union.


Delhi wins two

Casey Haughney had 14 digs and seven kills in the first of two SUNY Delhi victories as the host Broncos swept Hudson Valley, 25-21, 25-14, 25-18.

Nicole DeMarco contributed eight kills and five digs; Raven Worthing had six digs, four kills and four aces; Hailie Chandler finished with eight kills and five digs; and Katie Volk had three kills, three digs and two aces.

The Broncos (12-17) followed with a 25-5, 25-10, 25-4 sweep of Elmira College’s junior varsity team.

Worthing’s eight digs, five kills and three aces paced Delhi, which received seven aces and three kills from DeMarco and six aces and three kills from Chandler.

Delhi will compete in the final weekend of Region III POD Play this Saturday at Corning Community College. The Broncos open against Monroe at 10:45 a.m., followed by Finger Lakes at 2:15 p.m. and Corning at 4 p.m.


Oneonta State

Oneonta State sophomore Zef Saljanin earned SUNY Athletic Conference offensive player of the week and ECAC Division III Upstate co-offensive player of the week honors for men’s soccer.

Saljanin scored the winning goal in the Red Dragons’ 2-1 double-overtime defeat of Plattsburgh on Friday. He also had a goal and an assist in a 4-1 win over Potsdam on Saturday.

Saljanin has seven goals and two assists on the season for O-State (9-2-3), which is unbeaten over its last 11 games.

Hartwick College

Hartwick selected sophomore field hockey player Jessica Ott and freshman women’s soccer forward Allyson Daniels as its Hawks of the Week.

Ott was involved in all four of Hartwick’s goals during a 4-2 win over Union on Oct. 8. She assisted Hiliary Carlson twice, Kelly Kramer once and scored.

Daniels had a goal and an assist Oct. 9 in a 4-1 victory over visiting SUNYIT. She is tied for the team lead in goals (6) and points (14).