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February 18, 2013

Hartwick water polo goes 4-1 at Bucknell

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Jemma Dendy Young scored six goals to lead the Hartwick College women’s water polo team to an 18-7 victory over Brown on Sunday at the Bucknell Tournament.

The Hawks followed with an 8-7 loss to 10th-ranked Princeton in their second game Sunday, snapping a six-game winning streak as they dropped to 9-7 on the season.

In Sunday’s opener, Sami Capparelli contributed four goals, Kamila Zakirova had three and Britt Tait scored twice. Lily Martinez, Katie Ermakova and Kylie Traube had one goal apiece for Hartwick, which received six saves from starting goalie Michaela Davies and eight from Haley Cox.

Against Princeton, Capparelli had two goals, and Tait, Ermakova, Dendy Young and Allison Kosich scored once.

On Saturday, Capparelli scored the go-ahead goal with a little more than two minutes left as the Hawks upset No. 12 Indiana, 8-7. Hartwick also defeated Mercyhurst, 18-7, and George Washington University, 23-12.

Capparelli scored five times against the Hoosiers and Ermakova had a game-high six steals. Davies stopped 14 shots in her first start in goal for Hartwick.

Dendy Young finished with four goals and four steals against Mercyhurst, which gave up three goals to Lara Dendy Young.

Zakirova and Jemma Dendy Young scored four goals apiece against George Washington for the Hawks, who will compete in the Marist Tournament on March 2.


Alfred 72, Hartwick 64

Hartwick closed its regular season with an Empire 8 road loss Saturday.

The Hawks (12-13, 4-10) trailed, 64-62, with 1:27 left following a basket by Kyle Bradley but failed to get closer.

Hartwick’s Jared Suderley finished with 15 points and 10 rebounds for his seventh double-double of the season. Bradley scored 14 points and had a team-high 14 rebounds.

Thomas Tsatsis led the Saxons (7-18, 4-10) with 25 points.

Cobleskill 79,

Cazenovia 70

Will Davis came off the bench to score 21 points as SUNY Cobleskill snapped a six-game skid with a North Eastern Athletic Conference win at Cazenovia on Saturday.

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