Ricci Ferigo and Katie Ermakova scored three goals apiece Sunday to lead Hartwick College to an 18-6 women’s water polo rout of Notre Dame College at the University of Michigan.
The victory ended a 3-1 weekend for the 17th-ranked Hawks (20-12), who earned their 13th straight 20-win season.
Anniek Hendriks, Lara Dendy Young, Katja Rocha and Sami Capparelli contributed two goals apiece for Hartwick, which jumped to a 9-0 lead en route to a 10-2 halftime advantage.
The Hawks rebounded from a 12-6 loss to 14th-ranked Indiana earlier Sunday. Britt Tait and Jemma Dendy Young each scored twice against the Hoosiers, who also gave up goals to Ferigo and Ermakova.
Shae Fournier and Shelby Taylor had three goals apiece to pace Indiana, which snapped a 3-all tie with five straight goals in the second quarter.
Hartwick opened its weekend with a 17-4 defeat of Gannon University on Saturday. Ferigo scored four times for the Hawks, who received three goals from Devon Boyle and two apiece from Capparelli and Lara Dendy Young.
The Hawks followed with a 10-6 defeat of the 18th-ranked Wolverines. Jemma Dendy Young scored four goals and Michaela Davies stopped a college-best 19 shots to pace the Hawks, who received three goals from Ermakova, two from Tait and one from Lara Dendy Young.
The teams were tied at 3 at halftime, but Hartwick took a 6-5 edge into the fourth quarter and scored the first three goals of the final period.
Hartwick is off until the Collegiate Water Polo Association Championships, which run April 25-27 in Lewisburg, Pa.
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Matt Mastroianni went 3-for-4 with three runs and an RBI to help Oneonta State earn a split against visiting Oswego with a 15-12 victory in the second game of a SUNY Athletic Conference doubleheader Saturday.
Oneonta High graduate David Wright (two hits) also had three runs and an RBI for the Red Dragons (9-16, 4-3), who received two RBIs and a run in a 3-for-3 effort from Dylan Stamile. Nate Eastman (Oneonta High) contributed two hits, a run and an RBI for O-State, which won despite getting outhit, 18-17.