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April 10, 2014

O-State men sweep Hartwick in tennis

Staff Report

Michael Kennelly’s 6-0, 6-0 victory over Hartwick College’s Brian Redder at first singles Wednesday led host Oneonta State to a 9-0 non-conference sweep in men’s tennis.

Mackenzie Park, Benjamin Leighton, Matthew Richards, Ryohei Nakamura and Damien Prohaska also earned singles wins for the Red Dragons (5-7), who dropped six games in singles play and two in doubles.

Kennelly and Park won at first doubles, 8-1; Leighton teamed with Richards for an 8-0 win at second doubles; and Prohaska joined James Garzia for an 8-1 win at third doubles.

O-State, which snapped a six-match skid, visits Scranton on Friday. Oneonta then will play a doubleheader against Baruch and Hunter on Saturday at the U.S. Tennis Center in Flushing.

The Hawks (0-7) visit Houghton at 1 p.m. Saturday.

MEN’S LACROSSEDelhi 15, Jefferson 10

Jake Guy had four goals and two assists to lead host SUNY Delhi to a non-conference victory at Hartwick College.

Paul Hylan contributed three goals and two assists for the Broncos (8-2), who received two of each from Bryan Kelly.

Delhi jumped to a 6-1 lead after one quarter en route to an 8-4 halftime edge and a 13-6 advantage after three periods.

Robert Rohan stopped 14 shots in goal for the Broncos, who led in shots (51-32), groundballs (57-24) and faceoffs (22-7).

Delhi visits Hudson Valley at 1 p.m. Saturday. Should the Broncos win, they will clinch their second straight Mountain Valley Conference crown.

Morrisville 22, Cobleskill 7

Garrett Petit had two goals and one assist in Cobleskill’s North Eastern Athletic Conference road loss.

The Mustangs (9-3, 3-1) jumped to a 10-0 lead after one period en route to a 14-0 advantage at halftime.

Max Sprauer and Austin Fragale contributed two goals apiece for the Fighting Tigers (1-8, 1-2), who host Keuka at noon Saturday.

SOFTBALLCobleskill splits

Erin Wadsworth struck out 12, walked two and allowed one unearned run in a three-hitter as Cobleskill opened a NEAC doubleheader at home with a 4-1 victory over SUNYIT.

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