The Daily Star
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Vermont’s Salvatore Borea scored in the 64th minute Saturday, sending Hartwick College to a 1-0 men’s soccer loss on the road.
The Hawks (1-5-2) finished the first half with an 8-1 advantage in shots, but the Catamounts (6-1-2) responded with a 9-3 edge in the second half.
“We lost to a more committed team,” Hartwick coach John Scott said. “They raised their game in the second half to shut us down and disrupt the rhythm we established in the first half. The goal affected our way in the game and we couldn’t find our way back. I’m disappointed we couldn’t rise above it.”
Borea scored off a long throw-in to the 6-yard box by Luke Salmon, flicking a header past Hartwick goalkeeper Mateo Munarriz (one save).
Hartwick hoss UMass-Lowell at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Elmore Field.
O-State 4, Oswego 0
Zef Saljanin scored twice for Oneonta State, which turned a 1-0 halftime lead into a SUNY Athletic Conference rout of host Oswego on Saturday.
Saljanin opened the scoring in the 38th minute off an assist by Sean Vinberg. His second goal came in the 74th minute without the benefit of an assist.
Luke Halberg and Dylan Williams also scored for the Red Dragons (6-2-2, 2-0), who finished with an 18-1 advantage in shots against the Lakers (0-7-1).
Daniel DeBottis made one save in his first shutout of the season for Oneonta, which hosts Geneseo at 4 p.m. Friday.
PS Berks 2, Cobleskill 1
Steve Seelman scored the tying goal on an 18-yarder in the 64th minute Sunday, but SUNY Cobleskill dropped a home match in the North Eastern Athletic Conference.
Isaiah Danner followed with the go-ahead goal in the 76th minute for Penn State Berks (1-8, 1-3), which more or less secured the victory with 40 seconds left when goalie Darrell Geisinger made a leaping save on a Seelman header to the far post.
Tucker Lewis stopped eight shots for the Fighting Tigers (0-8, 0-5), who host Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts on Tuesday.
On Saturday, Cobleskill lost a NEAC game to visiting Penn State Abington, 6-0. PS Abington improved to 6-2 overall and 2-0 in the NEAC.
Delhi 3, Corning 0
Peter Fabrykiewicz had a goal and an assist to lead SUNY Delhi to a road victory Sunday.
Trevor Holdridge opened the scoring off a pass from Oudou Kalla 13:54 into the game, and Fabrykiewicz made it 2-0 with an unassisted goal a little more than six minutes later.
Dimitri Beauchamp capped the scoring with a chip shot past Corning goalie Riley Kepner-Card (seven saves) off a back pass from Fabrykiewicz in the 51st minute.
Brandon Rivera made five saves in the shutout for the Broncos (3-4, 3-2 Region III), who visit North Country Community College this Saturday.
O-State 4, Oswego 1
Oneonta State scored three times in the second half for a SUNYAC victory at home.
Melissa Guglielmo scored in the second minute off a pass across the 18-yard line from Kayla Ceschini, touching the ball to her right and beating Oswego goalie Alyssa Glasshagel with a shot to the back post.
Georgia Traynor set up the tying goal in the fifth minute for the Lakers (6-3, 1-1), sending a direct kick into the box for Nikki Liadka, who beat Oneonta goalie Rori Stark (one save) with a header.
Karly DeSimone, Amanda Regensburger and Guglielmo scored in the second half for the Red Dragons (4-3-1, 1-0-1), who visit Geneseo on Friday.
Nazareth 2, Hartwick 1
Olivia Derleth and Elisa Marchione scored in the second half as visiting Nazareth rallied to win an Empire 8 Conference game.
Defender Mary Morrison earned her first college goal 4:12 into the game, heading in a corner kick from Kylie Thayer for Hartwick’s first goal against the Golden Flyers since 2004.
Hartwick (3-3-3, 0-2-1) maintained the lead for more than 56 minutes, but Derleth turned a corner kick from Julia Teran Pulford into the equalizer for Nazareth (5-2-2, 2-0).
Marchione scored the winner with 3:36 left, tracking down a long throughball for a one-on-one with Hartwick goalie Hope Brown (six saves). Marchione scored with a low shot to the far post.
Nazareth finished with a 14-4 advantage in shots.
The Hawks visit Utica on Wednesday.
PS Berks 5, Cobleskill 0
Cobleskill fell to 0-9 on the season and 0-5 in the NEAC with a loss at home Sunday.
Goalie Hayley MacLean made 21 saves for the Fighting Tigers, who were outshot, 24-2.
Penn State Berks (7-2-1) is tied with Morrisville State for the top spot in the NEAC standings as both teams are 5-0 in league play.
On Saturday, Cobleskill got a goal on a 24-yarder by Kara White in the second half but fell, 3-1, to Penn State Abington (6-2, 3-1) in the NEAC.
Cobleskill visits SUNYIT this Saturday.
FIELD HOCKEYW&J 1, Hartwick 0
Gina Taglieri scored with less than six minutes to play as Washington & Jefferson (8-3, 1-1) won an Empire 8 game at home.
Shannon Carter made 11 saves for the Hawks (2-7, 0-3), who were outshot, 25-1, and were on the low end of a 17-0 margin in penalty corners.
Catie Santaniello, Halle Mahoney and Meghan Fay contributed defensive saves for Hartwick, which hosts Vassar for a non-conference game Friday.
Geneseo 6, O-State 5
Visiting Geneseo took advantage of a three-goal run to take a 6-4 lead with less than 10 minutes to play, leading to a SUNYAC victory.
Sierra Earle scored the final goal for Oneonta State (6-3, 1-1) inside the final five minutes. Dayna Mercer then made two stops to secure the victory for Geneseo (5-3, 2-0).
Andrea Day gave the Red Dragons a 4-3 lead in the 45th minute, but Liz Doherty, Kayla DeAngelis and Kerry Hosford followed with consecutive goals for the Blue Knights.
Ashley Morgan scored twice for Oneonta, which visits defending SUNYAC champion New Paltz on Wednesday.
CROSS COUNTRYPurple Valley Classic
Mike Didas led Oneonta State’s men to a sixth-place finish during the Purple Valley Classic at Mt. Greylock High in Williamstown, Mass. Didas covered the 8-kilometer course in 27:06 to place 17th out of 151 runners.
Gavin Jenkins placed 35th in 27:39.7 to pace Hartwick’s men, who finished 10th.
O-State’s women also finished sixth as a team. Alyssa Drapeau was the Red Dragons’ top runner, finishing the 6K course in 23:52 for 33rd overall.
Victoria Hathaway finished in 24:40.7 to place 44th for Hartwick, which took 10th in the team standings.
O-State is off until Oct. 12, when it will host the Airfield Invitational at Fortin Park.
Hartwick will compete in the Hamilton Invitational in two weeks.
Evan Quinones placed second out of 166 runners with a time of 25:45 on an 8K course to lead Cobleskill’s men during the SUNYIT Wildcat Weekend Classic. The Fighting Tigers finished second out of 19 teams, with 55 points. Derek Struck of the host school won the event in 26:37.
Cobleskill’s women finished fifth out of 19 teams with 141 points. Taylor Tommell took seventh on the 5K course with a time of 20:29. Emily Middlebrook of Wells College won the women’s race in 20:11.
MEN’S TENNISO-State 9, Farmingdale 0
Michael Kennelly earned victories and first singles and first doubles, teaming with Mackenzie Park in the latter, as Oneonta State (3-1) spoiled Farmingdale’s season opener.
Benjamin Leighton, Ryohei Nakamura, Matteo Befi and James Garzia also won for the Red Dragons, who will complete the fall portion of their schedule this Saturday against visiting Muhlenberg.
WOMEN’S TENNISFarmingdale 6, O-State 3
Jenna Conklin and Kelly Gochan won singles matches for Oneonta, which received another point from Abigail Smith and Olivia Stauffer in doubles play during a non-conference home loss.
O-State played shorthanded as three of its top players were competing at the ITA Northeast Regional championships in Geneva.
The Red Dragons host Scranton this Saturday.
Delhi 7, Adirondack 2
SUNY Delhi’s first doubles team of Allie Angerer and Amanda Distin secured a seeding in the upcoming Region III Tournament with an 8-6 victory Saturday against visiting SUNY Adirondack.
Angerer and Distin, who topped Lauren Demerevs and Melanie Marino, moved to 6-3 overall and 3-1 in Region III. Delhi coach Charlie Mole said his top doubles team will be seeded first or second and receive a first-round bye for the Region III Tournament, which the Broncos will host Oct. 12-13.
Delhi (2-3) hosts Herkimer County Community College on Tuesday.
VOLLEYBALLSUNYAC Pool Play
Oneonta State finished the first of three SUNYAC Pool Play weekends with a 1-2 record after splitting two matches Saturday at Cortland.
After falling to Potsdam on Friday, the Red Dragons (9-10) swept Oswego, 25-23, 25-23, 25-23, then lost to the host school, 25-20, 25-15, 25-20, on Saturday.
Bridget McHugh had eight kills and five blocks against Oswego, and Becca Horton finished with 15 assists. Kristina Pelaccio contributed 14 digs as well.
Against Cortland, Jill Darpino had eight kills, Horton finished with 11 assists and Pelaccio had nine digs.
O-State is off until Oct. 8, when it visits Hartwick for a non-conference match.
SUNY Delhi went 2-1 during Saturday’s NJCAA Division III Region III matches at Broome Community College.
Raven Worthing had 13 kills, 13 digs and four aces to lead the Broncos to a 25-13, 25-17, 25-15 defeat of Hudson Valley in their opener. Karissa Morey finished with 20 assists and seven digs for Delhi, which received eight kills and eight digs from Hailie Chandler.
Worthing then had 15 digs and Nicole DeMarco contributed five kills in a 25-17, 25-12, 25-15 loss to SUNY Adirondack.
The Broncos (7-9, 4-6 Region III) closed with a 25-9, 25-8, 25-10 victory over Columbia-Greene. Worthing amassed 12 aces and six kills, Morey had six kills and five assists, and Casey Haughney contributed seven assists and four kills.
Delhi hosts Tompkins Cortland on Tuesday.