Patrick Capriglione and Brendan Leahy won the 1-meter diving relat with 376.95 points and O-State teammates John Buckley and James Giebler took first in the 3-meter dive with 307.90 points.
Tom Gymburch, Nathan Kreher, Brian Alt and Nolan Graziano placed third in the 850 free relay (9:28.98) to pace Cobleskill’s men.
Imma Rutigliano and Clare Nelson were part of three winning relays for Hartwick’s women, whose 118 points were 10 better than O-State. St. Rose (94), Cobleskill (52) and Wells College (44) rounded out the scoring.
Hartwick’s women set records in the 300 backstroke (Rutigliano, Helen Merkley and Mathias, 3:07.94); the 600 individual medley (Hanna Prendeville, Nelson, and Rutigliano, 6:58.88); and the 800 medley (Merkley, Nelson, Lindsay Bierwert, and Campbell, 9:15.02).
Alexxa Poliachik, Kelly Ruf and Lauren Zentko had a record run in the 300 butterfly (3:07.4), and Sarah Greco, Chandler Shepard (Delhi), Carly Cahill and Zentko won the 850 free in record time (8:49.55).
Poliachik, Shepard, Greco and Nicole Difilippo contributed a win in the 200 free (1:44.59), and Kristin Higgins joined DiFilippo, Zentko and Shepard for a first in the 200 medley (1:56.70).
Alex Steelman won the 1-meter dive for Cobleskill’s women with 264.35 points.
Oneonta visits Oswego this Saturday, when Hartwick hosts St. Rose, Cazenovia and Utica. Cobleskill visits Gallaudet the same day.
Hartwick split a pair of matches Saturday on the final day of the Hartwick/Holiday Inn Tournament at Lambros Arena.
The Hawks (9-18), who tied for third at the six-team event, opened with a 26-24, 25-18, 25-12) loss to Lebanon Valley College. They followed with a 25-19, 23-25, 25-13, 25-17 win over Utica.
Katie Ryan had seven kills and Hannah Armstrong had 12 assists and 10 digs for the Hawks in the first match. Against Utica, all-tournament selection Dana Martin amassed 17 kills, Hannah Strom had 11 kills, 12 digs and seven aces, and Quincy Kinzel finished with 27 assists. Armstrong contributed 16 assists and 10 digs, and Christina Vitale had 15 digs.
New Paltz took the title with a 4-0 weekend record.