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October 21, 2013

Hartwick men suffer 1-0 loss; Cobleskill runner sets course record


Oneonta (7-3-3, 4-0-3) controlled play thereafter but couldn’t score until Distin followed a shot by Karly DeSimone and chipped in the rebound with 6:10 remaining.

The Red Dragons host Ithaca on Tuesday.

Houghton 5, Hartwick 1

Hartwick gave up four second-half goals in a non-conference road loss Saturday.

Stephany Ellison finished with three goals and an assist for the Highlanders (11-3), who also received goals from Atalie Fit and Erin Miller.

Cristina Sicari converted a pass from Taylor Pechtel in the second half for Hartwick (5-6-3), which visits Rensselaer on Tuesday.

Cobleskill 5, Wilson 0

Peyton Falb scored three goals to lead Cobleskill to its second straight victory Sunday as the Fighting Tigers (2-10-1, 2-6-1) topped host Wilson (4-11, 0-9) in the North Eastern Athletic Conference.

Michelle Boyle and forward Megan Golden also scored for Cobleskill, which received 10 saves from goalie Hayley MacLean.

Cobleskill plays a non-conference game against Sage College Wednesday at the College of Saint Rose.

Cobleskill 3, SE 0

Cobleskill snapped a season-long winless skid by shutting out NEAC host Saint Elizabeth (0-13, 0-7) on Saturday.

Michelle Boyle opened the scoring in the 12th minute, converting a pass from Nichole Law for a 1-0 lead. Megan Golden followed with goals off free kicks in the 38th and 64th minutes, respectively.

Hayley MacLean made three saves in her first college victory, which also marked her first shutout.


Hartwick Relays

Hartwick opened its swimming and diving season Saturday with a men’s and women’s sweep during the eighth annual Hartwick Relays at Moyer Pool.

The Hawks’ men topped the five-team field with 130 points, 18 ahead of runner-up Oneonta State. The College of St. Rose (82), Cobleskill (32) and Wells (24) followed.

Brad Ranson, Daniel MacElveen, Ben Detar, Chris Farrell and Joey Mulvehill were part of three winning relay teams for Hartwick, which set a record in the 200-yard freestyle relay. Mulvehill, Evan DeGidio, Matt Behn and Ranson won in 1:28.66, .02 faster than last season’s record.

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