O-State 4, Potsdam 0
Kayla Ceschini and Karly DeSimone scored in the opening 18 minutes Saturday as Oneonta State cruised to a SUNYAC victory on the road.
Liz Lasota and DeSimone scored in the second half for the Red Dragons (6-3-3, 3-0-3), who held advantages of 19-5 in shots and 8-0 in corner kicks.
Rori Stark and Becky Fildes combined on the shutout in goal for Oneonta, which received two assists from Amanda Regensburger against the Bears (5-7-1, 2-3).
On Friday, Stark made eight saves to help Oneonta to a scoreless tie at Plattsburgh. Oneonta was outshot, 23-13, by Plattsburgh, which held an 6-3 advantage in corner kicks.
The Red Dragons visit New Paltz this Saturday.
Cobleskill 1, Gallaudet 1
Stacey Zinsman scored on a 40-yard shot to the upper corner Sunday, helping Cobleskill end a season-long skid with a NEAC tie on the road.
Zinsman’s goal in the 56th minute tied the score at 1 for the Fighting Tigers (0-10-1, 0-6-1), who earned the draw following a pair of scoreless overtime periods.
Goalie Hayley MacLean made eight saves against the Bison (2-11-2, 1-6-1).
Cobleskill visits the College of Saint Elizabeth this Saturday.
Delhi 2, Herkimer 1
Nicole Welcome scored the winning goal with 6:41 left in overtime Saturday to lead host Delhi to a victory in the Mountain Valley Conference. Welcome scored the decisive goal from 9 yards with a shot to the far post.
Kelsey Lawlor scored off a Tylan Klinker cross from the right wing with 5:35 left in the second half to tie the score at 1. Lawlor was 20 yards out and shot to the far post.
“We controlled the pace in the second half,” Delhi coach Bob Leary said.
Kalli Warmingham scored 1:32 into play for Herkimer.
Lauren Renaud made six saves for Delhi (8-4, 4-1), which is second in the MVC to last season’s NJCAA Division III champion Mohawk Valley. The Broncos visit Bryant & Stratton on Wednesday.