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December 4, 2013

Oneonta State women knock off Hartwick, 52-46

Staff Report

Alyshia Crawford hit four three-point field goals en route to a game-high 19 points, leading Oneonta State to a 52-46 non-conference women’s basketball victory at Hartwick College on Tuesday.

The Red Dragons (4-1) scored 13 straight points over the final 4 minutes, 21 seconds for the victory, which knocked Hartwick from the unbeaten ranks.

Lee Arduini hit two free throws that capped the scoring for the Hawks (5-1), giving them a 46-39 lead with 4:21 to go. O-State’s Lyteshia Price then made layup and Crawford turned a steal into a three-point play, sinking a free throw after getting fouled on a layup to cut the Red Dragons deficit to two points 30 seconds later.

Sarah Longto followed with a pair of free throws that tied it and, after a Hartwick miss at the other end, she gave O-State the lead for good on a layup with 2:26 remaining.

Crawford and Longto made two free throws apiece inside the last 18 seconds for the final margin.

Longto finished with 15 points, 11 rebounds and four blocks for the Red Dragons, who went 18-for-20 from the foul line.

Brittney Dumas finished with 13 points and a college-best 16 rebounds for the Hawks, who took a 25-20 lead into halftime.

Maria Foglia contributed a team-best 15 points for Hartwick, which missed 10 straight field goal attempts late in the second half.

Hartwick hosts a non-conference game against The Sage Colleges at 6 p.m. Thursday.

O-State opens SUNY Athletic Conference play at 6 p.m. Friday at Buffalo State.


Hartwick 86, O-State 78

Jared Suderley scored 23 points to lead Hartwick to a non-conference overtime victory at home.

Kyle Bradley contributed 17 points, Mike Geisser had 11 and Joey Lufkin scored 10 for the Hawks (4-4), who won with a 15-7 advantage in the extra period.

Suderley and Bradley also grabbed nine rebounds apiece for Hartwick, which finished 22-for-25 at the foul line.

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