Ithaca 9, Hartwick 0
Will Gilbraith won a team-best three games at second singles, dropping a 6-2, 6-1 decision to Ithaca’s Zach Passman during Hartwick’s E8 road loss Saturday.
The Bombers improved to 4-5 overall and 2-1 in the E8.
Charles Remillard broke a program record in the 10-kilometer run to highlight Oneonta State’s weekend efforts during the Sam Howell Invitational at Princeton. Remillard finished 15th in 31:38, beating Marty Nicholson’s 2009 mark by 18 seconds.
J.D. Roth finished seventh in the hammer throw with a personal-best distance of 183 feet, 3 inches. Jake Alviene took third in the 110-meter hurdles (14.87) and Rob Farrell placed 12th in the 400 hurdles (55.73).
Alviene also joined Thomas Wheeler, Joe Carr and Jonathan Albert for a seventh in the 400 relay (42.58), which marked the fastest time among NCAA Division III athletes at the meet. Division I and II athletes also competed during the invitational.
The Red Dragons also got a women’s program record from Mary Kate Bida in the 3K. She placed 10th in 10:32.33 to break the 2003 record of 10:45.70 set by Kelly Stevens.
Danielle Kennedy took third in the 1,500 with a personal-best time of 4:43.79. Alyssa Drapeau placed sixth in the 10K (37:09.66) and Marielle Genovesi finished 10th in the same event (38:36.73).
The Red Dragons also received personal bests from Brittany Cocchieri in the 400 (21st, 59.74) and Jaclyn Masucci in the 800 (2:22.77).
O-State will send split squads to compete in the Rensselaer Invitational and the Bison Classic at Bucknell this weekend.
NCAA Division III Indoor All-American Winston Lee placed second in the 100 with a program-record time of 10.78 seconds to meet the ECAC Division III and NYSCTC Outdoor championships automatic qualifying standards for Cobleskill during the Muhlenberg Invitational on Saturday.
Artneil Reid and Namib Harris also hit the automatic qualifying standards for both championship events in the triple jump. Reid placed second at 46-6 and Harris was third at 45-11.25.