Emily Jweid contributed a goal and two assists, Lauren Rosenberg scored and Kia Ference had two assists for the Hawks (5-9, 0-5), whose game against the Cardinals doubled as a fundraiser for children in impoverished areas, particularly those who live in San Pedro, Costa Rica. Jweid and Steph DiPreta traveled to San Pedro during Hartwick’s J-Term and taught the city’s children how to play lacrosse.
Hartwick hosts 15th-ranked Ithaca this Saturday.
SOFTBALLDragons split on road
Freshman pitcher Sabrina DeAngelis earned her eighth win of the season Sunday with a five-hitter as Oneonta State won the first game of a SUNYAC doubleheader at Brockport, 2-0.
The Red Dragons (16-9, 6-3) scored their runs in the sixth inning. Traci Lichtenstein singled, Brianna Rivera walked and Marlene Cuevas singled to set up Jennifer Brocco for a two-run double to center field. Brocco finished 2-for-3.
DeAngelis, who got out of a bases-loaded jam in the seventh, struck out two in her seventh complete game and second shutout this spring.
O-State lost the second game, 5-3, as Brockport (12-6, 3-3) jumped to a 4-0 lead in the first inning.
Cuevas drove in runs with a single and a sacrifice fly for Oneonta, which got an RBI from Lichtenstein on a fielder’s choice.
Brianna Rivera and Jamie Whittam each had two hits for the Red Dragons, who host a non-conference doubleheader against Ithaca on Wednesday.
Cobleskill goes 2-2
Erin Wadsworth struck out a season-high 14 batters and walked none in a four-hitter Saturday, leading Cobleskill to a 7-2 victory in the opening game of a NEAC doubleheader at SUNYIT.
Kelsey DeZalia singled and hit a three-run homer in the third inning for the Fighting Tigers (3-3 in the NEAC), who also received two hits apiece from Mattea Bagley (double, two RBIs, two runs) and Madeline DeMelio (run).