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November 13, 2012

Hartwick football closes season with seven straight losses

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Hartwick nearly had the equalizer early in the second half. Schenevus graduate Jayme Bentley crossed a pass to Cristina Sicari, whose shot went just wide.

With about five minutes left, the Hawks’ Frances Nesi scored off a scramble in front of the goal following a corner kick by Mackenzie Shipley to tie the score at 1.

Hartwick finished with a 10-9 advantage in shots and a 9-3 lead in corner kicks.

Seniors Shipley, Emily Thorndike, Carly Pine, Danielle Koenig and Danielle Yozzo played their final games for the Hawks.

WRESTLING

John Reese Duals

Oneonta State dropped all four its matches Saturday in the John Reese Duals at Wilkes University.

Junior Ben Mikac and freshman Jacob Goddeau were the lone O-State wrestlers to go unbeaten. Mikac won three matches by decision over wrestlers from New York University, Johns Hopkins and York, and Goddeau won a pair by decision against NYU and York.

The Red Dragons will travel to Cornell on Saturday and Sunday for the New York State Collegiate Championships.

CROSS COUNTRY

NCAA Atlantic Regional

Oneonta State senior John Longo earned All-Region honors Saturday by placing 31st in the NCAA Atlantic Regional championship at the University of Rochester.

Longo finished the 8-kilometer course in 26 minutes, 15 seconds. The top 35 finishers earned All-Region recognition. Longo is the first O-State runner to gain All-Region honors since Nick Pampena in 2008.

Longo’s finish helped the Red Dragons to an 11th-place finish.

Senior Chris Harvey contributed a 73rd-place finish for O-State. He finished in 26:56. Freshman Jim Bernstein was next, crossing in 27:02. He placed 81st.

Hartwick’s men finished 29th out of 44 teams. They were led by senior John Stuligross, who finished 91st in 27:08. Teammate Gavin Jenkins was a place back, crossing in 27:09.

SUNY Cobleskill’s men were 32nd. Junior Geoff Hall had the Fighting Tigers’ highest finish, placing 118th in 27:31.

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