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January 7, 2013

Hartwick men end slide; women win on road


Anderson’s 10-for-29 effort from the field included a 1-for-15 performance from three-point range for the Fighting Tigers (1-8, 0-3), who received 11 rebounds and three blocks from Kady Porterfield.

Ashley Pledger had 18 points for Saint Elizabeth (5-5, 3-1), which received 11 points from Amerisse Rogers and a game-best 11 rebounds from Kelly O’Dell.

Cobleskill hosts Cazenovia at noon Wednesday.

PS Abington 85, Cobleskill 43

Kady Porterfield had team highs of 15 points and seven rebounds, but SUNY Cobleskill lost a NEAC road game Saturday.

Heidi Anderson and Sarah Efthimiou contributed 10 points apiece for the Fighting Tigers, who faced a 50-16 halftime deficit.

Trish Watson’s game-high 28 points and 11 assists paced Penn State Abington (4-5, 2-0), which received 21 points and 19 rebounds from Jessica Schmidt.


Hartwick men sweep

Luke Grunewald and Brad Ranson won two races apiece Saturday to lead Hartwick’s men to victories over Union, 145-96, and Springfield, 153-83, during a non-conference tri-meet at Moyer Pool.

Grunewald placed first in the 1,000-yard free (10:03.39) and the 500 free (4:51.40). Ranson won the 100 free (48.16) and the 50 free (21.74).

Miles Blaney contributed a triumph in the 200 free (1:47.57) for the Hawks, who also got a 400 medley relay victory in 3:34.40 from Cody Cupit, Kenny Kleso, Chris Willcox and Ranson.

Clare Nelson’s victory in the 200 breaststroke (2:32.12) paced Hartwick’s women, who beat Union, 125-105, but fell, 153-83, to Springfield.

Kaitlyn Campbell, Erin Holladay, Dana Vinyard and Gwen Mathias won the 400 free relay in 3:52.57 for the Hawks, who host Cortland this Sunday.

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