Against Hartwick, Jeremaine Miller again won both diving events and Alex Miller placed first in the 200 backstroke.
O-State’s women beat Skidmore, 137-101, on Friday and lost to Hartwick, 140-101, on Saturday.
Against Skidmore, O-State freshman Lauren Zentko won the 1,000 free in 11:01.73 _ the fastest time in the SUNYAC this season. Fellow freshmen Danielle Schmalz and Taylor Waldrop won the 100 butterfly and the 500 free, respectively.
Sophomores Kara Garbarino and Hannah Hillebrand won the 1- and 3-meter diving events, respectively, and senior Kristen Magliola (200 IM) and Carly Cahill (100 backstroke) also earned wins.
Versus Hartwick, Garbarino won 1-meter diving, Waldrop won the 200 backstroke and Kelly Ruf placed first in the 200 butterfly.
O-State travels to Potsdam for the North Country Invitational this weekend.
Cobleskill men sweep
SUNY Cobleskill’s men defeated host Sarah Lawrence, 562-322, and Mount Saint Vincent, 546-215, on Saturday.
James Bercier, the Fighting Tigers’ athlete of the week, led the way with victories in the 100 free (55.49) and the 50 free (24.36).
Cobleskill’s women earned a 319-246 win over Mount Saint Vincent, but fell, 526-304, to Sarah Lawrence.
Tyler Little won the 200 free for the Fighting Tigers. She crossed in 2:19.47.
SUNY Delhi’s men placed first and the Broncos women finished second Saturday in the Cazenovia Invitational.
The Broncos men finished with 376 points. Runner-up Cazenovia at 246 in the five-team meet.
Delhi’s 400 medley relay team Kenny Calamari, Matthew Salle, Mike Roeland and Jacob Moore broke the school record, touching second 4:11.09. The previous mark of 4:16.26 was set in 2008.
Salle also placed first in both 1-meter diving events. He scored 160.72 in the five-dive event and 266.92 in the six-dive event.
Delhi’s women had 179 points. Cazenovia won with 354.
Lily McEaney finished in the second in the 200 IM (2:35.90) and the 100 butterfly (1:07.44).
Hartwick placed second with 33 points in an event at Morrisville on Sunday.
Oneonta High graduate Taylor Trombley, a freshman, won novice fences and placed second in the novice flat.
Classmate Cecilia Campala contributed a first-place performance in intermediate flat and a third in intermediate fences.
Sophomore Felicia Travers won the novice flat division and Sarah Tessitore contributed a win in novice fences.
Hartwick’s next event is Dec. 1 at Skidmore.