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September 30, 2013

Hartwick men edged by Vermont; O-State cruises


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.

Wildcat Classic

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.

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