Vincent Pellegrino had six saves for Oneonta (9-3-4, 5-0-2), which finished with advantages of 23-15 in shots and 12-4 in corner kicks.
After overtime, the Red Dragons won a shootout, 5-4, that may be used to determine seedings for the upcoming SUNYAC Tournament.
O-State closes its regular season at Buffalo State and Fredonia this weekend. The Red Dragons are first in the SUNYAC and can secure one of the top two tournament seeds and a first-round bye with at least one victory.
Delhi 4, Broome 0
Dimitri Beauchamp finished with two goals and an assist to lead SUNY Delhi to a road victory Saturday.
Sam Anello and Vinick Dais also scored for the Broncos (6-5, 6-3 Region III), who received four saves from Brandon Rivera in the shutout.
Hartwick’s women finished first out of 13 teams Saturday at Seneca Lake State Park in Geneva to win their first Cross Country Only Conference Championship.
Victoria Hathaway topped a field of 136 runners, completing the 5-kilometer course in 19:34.9. Monica Prager placed third in 19:51.7 for the Hawks, who won their first CCOC title since first competing in the event in 2010.
Gavin Jenkins’ sixth-place finish paced Hartwick’s men, who were fourth out of 14 teams. Jenkins completed the men’s 8K course in 27:32.5.
The Hawks host the Hartwick Twilight 5K at 6 p.m. Friday under the lights of the Elmore Field track.
Oneonta State’s men placed eighth during Saturday’s Inter-Regional Rumble at Oberlin College in Ohio. Five of the seven squads that finished ahead of the Red Dragons are ranked in this week’s NCAA Division III Coaches Poll.
David Busby finished 34th on the 8K course in 26:22.
O-State’s women placed sixth, with ranked teams taking the top five spots.
Danielle Kennedy finished seventh in 22:05 on the women’s 6K course.