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January 26, 2013

Hartwick women win big

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Laurens graduate Aaron Laing had no points for Hartwick, which trailed, 40-24, at halftime.

Chris Cassidy’s 21 points and 17 rebounds paced Elmira, which received 18 points from Derrick Vogel, 15 from Josh Keys and 13 from Kurt Dutcher. Jefferson graduate Tyler Dibble went 2-for-2 at the foul line for Elmira and finished with two points.

Brockport 83, O-State 73

Zach Mager scored a game-high 25 points, but Oneonta State dropped a road game in the SUNY Athletic Conference.

Mager also matched Jackson Zuvic for team-high rebounding honors with seven for the Red Dragons (2-14, 1-9), who received 11 points from Jack Dignan.

John Ivy’s 22 points paced Brockport (11-7, 6-5), who took a 45-30 lead into halftime.

Delhi 65, Herkimer 58

Aris Mehmetaj scored 19 points and Quayshaun Mitchell had a double-double of 10 points and 10 rebounds as SUNY Delhi earned a Mountain Valley Conference win at home over the sixth-ranked NJCAA Division III team.

The Broncos (20-2), who are ranked eighth, held a 59-58 lead with 8 seconds left when Hakeem Grant went to the foul line. After Grant made the first, teammate Sean Scott rebounded his miss on the second.

Delhi coach Rob Schoener said a Herkimer player “smacked Scott across the face,” resulting in a two-shot foul and a two-shot technical foul. Stefan Bock made both technicals and Scott made 1 of 2 foul shots before Delhi got the ball back. Bock then capped the scoring with a layup.

Scott finished with 10 points for the Broncos, who earned their 31st straight game at home. Delhi hosts Adirondack at 3 p.m. Saturday.

Herkimer fell to 16-3.

WATER POLO

Hawks open Saturday

Hartwick College will open its water polo season as the 16th-ranked team in the country Saturday, when the Hawks visit Marist College.

Hartwick will play the bulk of its schedule, which includes matches against nine top-20 teams, on the road. The Hawks will host two weekend series at Moyer Pool, facing Gannon, St. Francis, Siena and Marist on March 9 followed by Salem, Connecticut College and Brown on March 16.

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