Brittney Dumas scored a game-high 14 points Friday to lead visiting Hartwick College to a 62-44 women’s basketball rout of Empire 8 rival Elmira College.
Kait Veit contributed 10 points for the Hawks (15-3, 7-0), who won their eighth straight and shot a season-best 59.5 percent from the field (22-for-37).
Dumas scored nine points in the first half, which ended with the Hawks ahead, 31-13.
Hartwick visits Ithaca (15-2, 7-1) at 2 p.m. Saturday. The two teams split their regular-season series last season before the Bombers beat Hartwick, 43-38, in the Empire 8 championship game.
O-State 68, Brockport 51
Sarah Longto finished with a game-high 17 points, nine rebounds and seven blocks to lead Oneonta State to a SUNYAC victory on the road.
Alyshia Crawford contributed 15 points for the Red Dragons (8-9, 5-5), who received 12 points from Kristin Pappalardo.
Phoebe Burns scored 15 points to pace Brockport (6-12, 3-8), which fell into a 36-24 hole at halftime.
Herkimer 57, Delhi 50
Gilbertsville-Mount Upton graduate Bri Lambert had a game-high 18 points and 10 rebounds, but SUNY Delhi lost a Mountain Valley Conference game at home.
Yaya Soto contributed 12 points and eight rebounds for the Broncos, who rallied from a 32-21 halftime deficit to take the lead with about three minutes left.
“They made a couple of shots and we turned the ball over a couple of times,” Delhi coach Amber Devantier said of the play in the final minutes. “We ended up having to foul them and lost by seven.”
Whitney Brown’s game-high 20 points paced Herkimer.
Delhi (11-10) hosts Adirondack at 1 p.m. Saturday.
Elmira 88, Hartwick 62
Jared Suderley scored 12 points and Anthony Keane had 10 for Hartwick, which dropped an Empire 8 game on the road.
Kyle Bradley contributed nine points for the Hawks (11-7, 3-4), who lost to the 5-13 Soaring Eagles three days after knocking off Stevens Institute of Technology, which was the 20th-ranked NCAA Division III team.