Carlson and Meghan Sweeney scored in the second half, which featured an own goal by Houghton (5-4, 2-3).
Megan Campbell made one save for the Hawks, who finished with advantages of 9-3 in shots and 13-4 in penalty corners.
Hartwick hosts Union for a non-league game today.
O-State drops two
Oneonta State followed a shootout loss to Brockport on Friday with a 1-0 overtime loss to Geneseo on Saturday as the Red Dragons dropped a pair of SUNY Athletic Conference games.
O-State (7-4, 3-2) played the Golden Eagles to a scoreless tie after regulation and two periods of sudden-victory overtime, then lost a two-round shootout, 4-3. Oneonta finished with advantages of 17-7 in shots and 17-6 in penalty corners.
The Red Dragons also outplayed Geneseo – with a 13-8 edge in shots and a n 11-5 margin in penalty corners – but allowed a goal to Rachel Atkins on a penalty stroke three minutes into overtime.
Oneonta, which entered Friday’s game with four straight wins, hosts Scranton for a non-conference meeting Wednesday.
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Oneonta State beat Plattsburgh, 5-2, Sunday to win the third-place game of the SUNY Athletic Conference Championships at Binghamton University.
Danielle Browarski, Brynn Sussman and Lauren Skolnick won at first, second and third singles, respectively, for the Red Dragons (8-4).
Sussman and Skolnick won in straight sets. Browarski needed, 10-3, win a third-set super tiebreaker to beat Rachel Hadnett.
Colette Lankowicz earned singles and doubles win for O-State. She teamed with Emily Maggiore for an 8-5 win over Stephanie Omlin and Sam Fasciano at third doubles.
Lankowicz also beat Jackie Bogdon, 6-2, 6-1, at fifth singles.
The Red Dragons fell, 5-1, to New Paltz in their semifinal match Saturday.
O-State’s point came from the first doubles tandem of Browarski and Skolnick, which beat Montana Wilson and Kayla DiPaulo, 9-7.
O-State completed its fall schedule.