Cabot Noyce had four goals and three assists Saturday, leading the nationally ranked SUNY Delhi men’s lacrosse team to a 20-6 non-conference rout of visiting Alfred State.
Paul Hylan contributed three goals and two assists for the Broncos, who hosted the game at Oneonta State. Delhi (3-1) scored the first four goals en route to a 9-4 halftime lead.
“We had control the whole game,” said Delhi coach Bob Leary, whose team ranks eighth among NJCAA programs.
Starting goalie Matt Saliano made six saves in three quarters for the Bulldogs, who play Genesee Community College at 8 p.m. Wednesday at Cortland State. Leary said Genesee CC is the NJCAA’s third-ranked team.
Potsdam 14, Hartwick 5
Harry Hughes scored 56 seconds into Saturday’s non-conference game at Wright Stadium, but visiting Potsdam answered with a 5-0 run and led the rest of the way.
Hughes finished with four goals for the Hawks (3-2), who faced a 9-2 halftime deficit. Cody Ciolino contributed one goal and one assist for Hartwick, which received five saves in 47:50 from starting goalie Carl Lengel. Back-up goalie Matthew Galvin made two saves in shutting out the Bears over the last 12:10.
Derek Frost’s three goals and two assists paced the Bears (2-1), who got two goals apiece from Jeff Seager, Rob Kunz, Pat Mahar and Kyle Nicholas. Stefan Sloma had 11 saves for the Bears during 55:56 in goal.
The Hawks visit Cazenovia for a non-conference game at 1 p.m. this Saturday.
O-State 15, Farmingdale 14
Sophomore Jillian Donodeo scored five goals Saturday, helping host Oneonta State to a non-conference overtime victory at home.
Donodeo scored with 4 seconds left in regulation, which ended in a 12-12 tie. She also scored in the extra period, making it 13-13, but the Red Dragons (3-1) fell behind again.
Casey Sarle’s goal with 53 seconds left in overtime made it 14-all, and O-State teammate Kiera McNally scored on a fast break 30 seconds later to secure the victory. McNally’s winner was the end result of a turnover caused by Randal Cook. Donodeo took control of the ball and passed it ahead to Caroline Tulley, who found McNally behind Farmingdale’s defense.