Tulley, who had two goals and one assist, leads the Red Dragons with 59 points this season. She has 201 all-time at Oneonta.
Jillian Donodeo’s six goals paced the Red Dragons (6-5, 1-2), who rallied from an 8-6 halftime deficit to snap their three-game skid. Donodeo scored five times in the second half.
Chelsea Collins contributed two goals and three assists for Oneonta, which starts a five-game homestand Tuesday against Potsdam.
Elmira 13, Hartwick 10
Host Elmira (5-5, 1-2) scored the last five goals for an Empire 8 Conference victory Sunday.
Kate Purcell had two goals and two assists to pace the Hawks (4-6, 1-2), who held a 10-8 edge with less than 20 minutes left.
Emily Jweid and Jackie Moynihan contributed two goals apiece for Hartwick, who finished with advantages of 26-23 in shots, 26-25 in groundballs and 14-11 in draw controls.
Steph Luce made seven saves for the Hawks, who host Stevens this Saturday.
Hartwick 18, Alfred 12
Emily Jweid, Kia Ference, Meg Luce and Lisa Littleton combined for 15 goals Saturday as Hartwick won its first Empire 8 game of the season.
Jweid’s five goals and one assist led the Hawks, who received four goals from Ference. Luce and Littleton contributed three goals apiece.
Erin Doyle, Jackie Moynihan and Caroline Stanford also scored for Hartwick, which got seven saves from Steph Luce.
Taylor Tarajos stopped 10 shots for the Saxons (3-2, 0-2).
O-State splits at home
Alex Mastrianni struck out four, scattered three hits and gave up one earned run in seven innings Sunday to lead Oneonta State to a 3-1 victory over visiting Plattsburgh in the second game of a SUNYAC doubleheader.
Jim Hegmann followed with two hitless innings of relief to earn his fourth save of the season for the Red Dragons (8-13, 3-1), who dropped the opener, 6-5.
Chris Massaroni had two hits, including a single that snapped a 1-all tie in the seventh inning, to lead Oneonta in the second game.