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September 30, 2013

Hartwick men edged by Vermont; O-State cruises

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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.

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