O-State’s men (11-4-4) also will play a first-round game in the NCAA Division III tournament on Saturday. They’ll oppose Oberlin College at 7:30 p.m. at the University of Rochester.
WOMEN’S SOCCERHartwick in ECACs
Hartwick College was selected to play in the ECAC Metro Tournament.
The seventh-seedeed Hawks will travel to play No. 2 Mount St. Mary’s at 4 p.m. Wednesday. It’ll mark the first meeting between the schools.
Richard Stockton is the top seed. The remainder of the field is third-seeded Kean, No. 4 St. Joseph’s College, No. 5 College of Staten Island, No. 6 College at Old Westbury and No. 8 College of Mount St. Vincent.
First-round winners will advance to the semifinals Saturday at the site of the highest remaining seed.
Hartwick (8-7-4) won three of its final four games to qualify for the postseason. The Hawks are led in scoring by Cristina Sicari and Allyson Daniels, who have seven goals apiece. Angela Luizzi has six goals.
Mount St. Mary’s is 15-5. It lost, 2-0, to Farmingdale State on Saturday in the Skyline Conference championship. O-State’s women will face Farmingdale in a first-round game of the NCAA tournament on Saturday.
Oneonta State senior Chandler Shepard (Delhi) earned SUNYAC women’s swimmer of the week honors.
Shepard helped the Red Dragons to a 142-99 victory over visiting College of Saint Rose on Friday. She set a school record in winning the 50-yard freestyle, touching in 25.09 seconds. She also won the 100 free and contributed to O-State’s win in the 400 free relay in a pool record time of 3:44.95.
Shepard is also the school-record holder in the 200-yard medley relay and the 800-yard freestyle relay.
Jermaine Miller, an Oneonta State senior, was named the SUNYAC’s Diver of the Week.