Graziano placed first in the 100 breaststroke (1:06.23), the 200 breaststroke (2:28.88) and the 200 individual medley (2:13.68) for the Fighting Tigers (4-1), who received two victories apiece from Brian Alt (100 backstroke, 1:02.17; 200 backstroke, 2:19.94) and diver Sam Scott (125.75 for five dives; 191.75 for six dives).
Connor Worden contributed a win in the 1,000 free (11:55.13) for Cobleskill, which won the women’s meet, 153-138.
Erin Fitzgerald, Rachael Degnan, Margaret Keenan and Mackenzie Cross won the 400 free relay in 4:23.43 to snap a 136-all tie in the meet-ending event. Nicole Beyer, Stephanie Pyra, Merrin Gural and Danielle Briggs placed second in the same event (4:52.78) to provide the final margin of victory.
Degnan also won the 500 free (5:55.40), the 1,000 free (12:01.71) and the 200 butterfly (2:28.00) for the Fighting Tigers (5-2), who got a diving sweep from Alex Steelman (156.85 for five dives; 189.55 for six).
Stephanie Pyra won the 100 butterfly (1:22.38) for the Fighting Tigers, who are off until January.
Tom Haskins, J.D. Roth, Patrick Weinert (Schenevus) and Jake Alviene hit Eastern College Athletic Conference qualifying standards Saturday in the Greg Page Relays at Cornell, which marked Oneonta State’s season opener.
Haskins placed fifth in the 3,000 meters with a personal-best time of 8:48.68. Weinert and Roth finished third (56 feet, 3 inches) and sixth (54-9.25), respectively, in the 35-pound weight throw. Alviene, an NCAA Division III qualifier in the 60 hurdles last winter, placed fourth in the same event in 8.61.
Roth also took third in the shot put (46-6) and Weinert was fifth (45-3).
O-State’s women had ECAC qualifiers in Kaitlyn Brandt (15th in 60 meters, 8.09) and Hannah Baker (10th in high jump, 5-3).
The non-scoring meet included schools from divisions I-III.
O-State is off until Jan. 18, when it will compete in the Class of ‘32 Invitational at Colgate.
Princess Joefield won the women’s pentathlon with 2,894 points to lead Cobleskill during the season-opening Crowell Invitational, a non-scoring meet at West Point.