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October 14, 2013

Hartwick suffers first football loss of the season, 37-14



O-State 9, Morrisville 0

Andrea Day scored twice inside the first 11 minutes, leading Oneonta State to an 8-0 halftime lead en route to a SUNYAC victory at home Saturday.

Erin Butler contributed two goals and one assist, Ashley Morgan had three assists and Anna Torri had a goal and an assist for the Red Dragons (9-4, 2-2), who finished with a 30-0 advantage in shots.

The Mustangs fell to 0-12 on the season, including an 0-5 mark in the SUNYAC.

Utica 5, Hartwick 0

Hannah Mackey scored twice to lead Utica to an Empire 8 victory Saturday at Hartwick’s Wright Stadium.

Louise Steele-Norton, Alaina Stojkovski and Emily Gascon also scored for the Pioneers (10-3, 4-1), who outshot the Hawks, 12-3.

The Hawks (4-9, 1-4) visit Oneonta State on Tuesday night.


ECAC Championships

Travis Deuel finished ninth in a field of 70 players with a two-day score of 17-over-par 161 for Cobleskill in the Eastern College Athletic Conference Division III Championships at the Crumpin-Fox Club in Bernardston, Mass.

Cobleskill closed its fall season with 682 strokes, which was good for 10th place out of 14 teams.


SUNYAC Tournament

Oneonta State’s fall season ended with a 5-0 semifinal loss to Geneseo on Saturday in the SUNYAC Tournament at the Binghamton Tennis Center.

Emily Maggiore and Colette Lankowicz had the closest match of the day, an 8-5 setback at second doubles to sisters Minxuan and Dexuan Yuan.

Geneseo clinched the match with wins at fourth and fifth singles. The other four singles matches were not completed as a result.

The Red Dragons (8-4) open their spring schedule March 7 at Division I Colgate University.


SUNYAC Pool Play

Oneonta State went 1-2 at New Paltz during the second of three SUNYAC Pool Play weekends.

Jill Darpino and Natalia Poljak had five kills apiece in a 3-0 loss to Buffalo State on Friday. Kristina Pelaccio contributed 10 digs and Erica Darpino had six blocks.

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