Gilbraith earned a 6-0, 6-1 win at second singles for the Hawks, who got a 6-3, 6-1 victory from Monastoque at fifth singles against Houghton (4-6).
Monastoque also teamed with Liam Brown for an 8-4 triumph at second doubles. The Hawks lost their first and third doubles matches, 8-6 and 11-9, respectively.
On Sunday, Hartwick was swept by visiting Nazareth, 9-0, in an Empire 8 match. Brown and Monastoque came the closest to a victory against the Golden Flyers (3-10, 3-3), dropping a 9-7 decision at second doubles.
The Hawks (0-9, 0-4) host the Sage Colleges on Wednesday.
WOMEN’S TENNISO-State splits two
Lauren Skolnick, Jenna Conklin, Michelle Spencer, Christine Santarsiero and Kayla Houle won singles matches Saturday at the U.S. Tennis Center in Flushing as Oneonta State topped Hunter College, 8-1.
Maggiore and Skolnick won at first doubles, Abigail Smith joined Olivia Stauffer for a win at second doubles, and Spencer teamed with Santarsiero to win at third doubles for the Red Dragons, who followed with a 9-0 home loss to Wheaton College.
Oneonta (9-10) visits Union on Thursday and Hamilton on April 23 to close its regular season.
Cobleskill freshman Dana Husband automatically qualified for the Eastern College Athletic Conference Division III Championships and the New York State College Track Conference Championships by winning the high jump Saturday at West Chester University.
Husband, who cleared 5-4.25, also met the NYSCTC provisional-qualifying mark in the 100 hurdles with a seventh-place finish in 17 seconds.
Classmate Shania Marotta had an NYSCTC-automatic qualifier in the discus (fourth, 113-8) and an NYSCTC provisional effort in the shot put (eighth, 32-11.25). Rebecca Brower, a senior, provisionally qualified for the NYSCTC meet in the hammer (eighth, 126-0).
Cobleskill’s men had a double-automatic qualifier in junior Javant’e Coley, who placed sixth in the 400 (49.99).
Freshman Evan Quinones placed third in the 1,500-meter (4:00.75) for an NYSCTC automatic qualifier. Namib Harris, a senior, did the same with a win in the triple jump (43-9.75), and classmate Taylor Drake had a NYSCTC provisional effort in winning the long jump (20-3.25).