Six games into his tenure as Hartwick College's Division I men's soccer coach and John Scott is still in search of his first victory.
The Hawks lost, 1-0, to visiting University at Albany in a non-conference game Saturday to drop to 0-5-1. Scott took over this season for Ian McIntyre, who now coaches at Syracuse.
Albany (4-2) received a goal Bo Jelovac in the 33rd minute.
Christoffer Nisser started the play by sending a pass into the left side of the penalty area from midfield. Jelovac fought through a couple Hawk backs and found himself 1-on-1 with keeper Jake Wright and shot low to the far post.
Hartwick held an 18-13 edge in shots. It marks the fourth straight game the Hawks have outshot their opposition. Hartwick had its best opportunity 4:34 into play. A flighted ball into the box was headed on goal by forward Dan Summers, but Albany keeper Adrian Foncette got his fingertip on the shot pushing it over the crossbar.
The Great Danes had a great opportunity in the 12th minute as a Hartwick foul in the box awarded them a penalty kick. Milos Jankovic hit a low shot to his left, but Wright made a diving save.
In the second half, Hartwick took 13 shots _ five more than the Great Danes.
Senior midfielder Steven Amaya had a hard, low shot from inside the box that Foncette saved in the early going and Summers also was denied by Foncette later in the half. Senior Michael Cunningham had the last good chance for the Hawks in the final three minutes of regulation, but his glancing header off of a cross went just wide.
Foncette finished with six saves. Wright made five stops for the Hawks, who held a 7-0-1 record against Albany before Saturday.
The Hawks return to Elmore Field on Wednesday against the Marist Red Foxes.
Albany 1, Hartwick 0
Albany     1 0 _ 1
Hartwick     0 0 _ 0
Albany (4-2): Bo Jelavic 1-0, Christoffer Nisser 0-1.
Hartwick (0-5-1): None.
Shots-corner kicks: A 13-5; H 18-3.
Goalies: Adrian Foncette (A) 6; Jake Wright (H) 5.
New Paltz 2, O-State 1
Dave Gardiner scored twice for host New Paltz in Oneonta State's SUNY Athletic Conference opener Saturday.
Gardiner's goals came four minutes apart late in the first half.
O-State's Jonathan Kowalski scored off an assist from Ian Tenzer in the 89th minute.
The Red Dragons held a 19-15 advantage in shots, but New Paltz led in corner kicks, 7-5.
O-State's Jesse Dobson allowed both goals. He finished with three saves in the first half. Max Siegelman stopped all three shots he faced in the second half for O-State (3-2-2), which plays host to Fredonia at 4 p.m. Friday.
Norwich 42, Hartwick 27
Norwich University totaled 501 yards offense, including 365 on the ground, to beat visiting Hartwick College in a non-conference game Saturday.
Norwich (3-0) extended its winning streak to 11 games and handed the Hawks their first loss in three games this season.
The Cadets held a 21-13 lead entering the fourth quarter and then scored the next 21 points.
Danny Triplett made it into the end zone for the second time on a 3-yard run to give the Cadets a 28-13 lead early in the quarter. Following a Hartwick punt, Kyle Sabourin scored on a 7-yard run as Norwich's lead ballooned to 35-13.
The Cadets got the ball back and took 5:25 off the clock on a 10-play, 72-yard drive. Guerschom Jean-Gilles capped the drive off with a 1-yard run to make it 42-13.
Hartwick backup quarterback Dan Brainard led two late touchdown drives. He hit Jordan Wilkins on a 32-yard scoring pass with 4:05 left and Ryan Mosack on a 5-yarder with 2:00 left.
Brainard finished 10-for-19 for 144 yards. Sidney graduate Kyle Morenus was 11 of 28 passing for 166 yards, including a 13-yard touchdown pass to Wilkins in the second quarter for Hartwick.
Wilkins finished with six catches for 141 yards and Mosack had seven receptions for 78 yards.
Hartwick's Anthony Casimano ran for 112 yards.
Delhi graduate Chad Rockefeller and Stephen Leinsenfelder had 11 tackles apiece for Hartwick, which opens Empire 8 Conference play at 1 p.m. Oct. 2 at Ithaca College.
Norwich 42, Hartwick 27
Hartwick     3 10 0 14 _ 27
Norwich     14 7 0 21 _ 42
N _ D. Hungerford 5 pass from Kris Sabourin (Long Ding kick)
N _ Danny Triplett 4 run (Long Ding kick)
H _ Heath Dunn 34 FG
H _ Heath Dunn 17 FG
N _ Emilio Martinez 8 pass from Kris Sabourin (Long Ding kick)
H _ Jordan Wilkins 13 pass from Kyle Morenus (Heath Dunn kick)
N _ Danny Triplett 3 run (Long Ding kick)
N _ Kris Sabourin 7 run (Long Ding kick)
N _ G. Jean-Gilles 1 run (Long Ding kick)
H _ Jordan Wilkins 32 pass from Dan Brainard (Heath Dunn kick)
H _ Ryan Mosack 5 pass from Dan Brainard (Heath Dunn kick)
Hartwick rushing: Anthony Casimano 15-112, Kyle Morenus 9-32, Nate Rockefeller 1-0.
Norwich rushing: Andrew Fulford 8-98, Kyle Marzeoti 15-98, Kris Sabourin 12-82, Orwin Etkins 7-48, Danny Triplett 5-26, Chris Denton 1-4, Pat Sikora 2-2, G. Jean-Gilles 1-1, Luis Delgado 1-0.
Hartwick passing: Kyle Morenus 11-for-28, 164 yards; Dan Brainard 10-for-19, 144 yards.
Norwich passing: Kris Sabourin 10-for-15, 141 yards; G. Jean-Gilles 1-for-1, 8 yards.
Hartwick receiving: Ryan Mosack 7-78, Jordan Wilkins 6-141, Jonny Kravetz 4-29, Nate Rockefeller 3-47, Nick Clair 1-13.
Norwich receiving: Emilio Martinez 5-70, Chris Denton 4-67, Adrian Dantzler 1-7, D. Hungerford 1-5.
O-State goes 1-1
Edmeston graduate Kori Hamm, The Daily Star's Player of the Year for girls soccer in 2008 and 2009, scored her first college goal to help the Red Dragons to a 3-0 SUNY Athletic Conference win at home over New Paltz on Saturday. The Red Dragons lost, 1-0, to visiting Williams College on Sunday.
On Saturday, Hamm, Edmeston's all-time leader in goals, split two defenders before scoring in the 39th minute to give O-State a 1-0 lead.
Dana DeSimone contributed a goal in the 76th minute and sister Karly DeSimone assisted Mary Gray's goal on a header in the 86th minute.
Williams, ranked seventh nationally, received a goal from Brett Eisenhart in the 73rd minute.
Amy Lusby made five saves for O-State, which was outshot, 9-8. The Red Dragons had four corner kicks _ three more than Williams.
The Red Dragons (4-2, 1-0) travel to Geneseo at 4 p.m. Friday.
Union College Invitational
Lauren Mausert earned all-tournament honors as Hartwick College went 1-3 in the Union College Invitational on Friday and Saturday.
On Friday, the Hawks lost, 17-25, 25-22, 25-20, 25-20, to Union as Mausert, Courtney Desmond and Kelly Sprengel combined for 32 kills to lead the Hawks. Hartwick then defeated Sage College, 25-14, 25-8, 17-25, 27-25. Mausert had 11 digs and Desmond contributed three blocks. Britney Lintner had 31 assists and 11 digs.
Skidmore College downed the Hawks, 25-15, 25-18, 25-13, before Vassar beat Hartwick, 25-14, 25-18, 25-18, on Saturday.
Lintner had 18 assists and nine digs against Skidmore. Desmond had six kills versus Vassar.
Mausert finished the tournament with 31 kills. She also had 27 digs and four blocks.
Hartwick (3-7) travels to Rochester Institute of Technology for the Empire 8 Conference crossovers on Saturday and Sunday.
Delhi 3, Adirondack 1
Kelsey Pratt had 11 kills, four aces and three blocks as host Delhi won in a Mountain Valley Conference game Sunday.
The Broncos (11-6, 1-0) won, 25-21, 19-25, 25-22, 25-22, over the sixth-ranked team in NJCAA Division III.
Colleen Darby contributed nine kills and five aces for Delhi, which received 27 assists and 10 digs from Kristin Tucker.
On Saturday, Delhi went 4-1 at the Broome CC Tournament, falling in the championship to Corning, 2-1.
In pool play, the Broncos beat Corning (2-1), Jamestown (2-1) and Erie (2-1). They then beat Fulton-Montgomery in the semifinals, 2-0.
Jackie Bailey finished with 27 kills and 84 digs, and Tucker contributed 99 assists, 25 digs and 14 aces. Darby, Pratt and Karley Schreiner each had 22 kills, and Monica Mielinis contributed 21. Pratt and Darby had eight and nine blocks, respectively. Sarah Danelli had 81 digs.
Delhi visits Tompkins Cortland CC at 6 p.m. Wednesday.
Green Mt. 3, Cobleskill 2
Cobleskill freshman Elizabeth Stap had a match-high 14 kills and four blocks Tuesday, but SUNY Cobleskill fell, 3-2, at Green Mountain College.
Teammate Brooke Burke amassed 13 kills and Krista Grady had a match-best 32 assists for the Fighting Tigers, who lost, the fifth-game, 15-11.
Fighting Tiger Invitational
Sage College players finished with 307 strokes Saturday to win the Fighting Tiger Fall Invitational at Cobleskill Golf & Country Club.
Cobleskill's A team finished third in the four-team event with 319. Cobleskill's B team was last with 330.
Jason Symons led the way for the Fighting Tigers, shooting a 75. Teammates Chris Ricketts and Victor Ralbovsky had rounds of 80 and 81, respectively.
Cobleskill will compete today in the Laker Invitational at Oswego State.
Chris Ricketts and Jayson Symons paced Cobleskill's A team to a fourth-place finish out of six squads Thursday at the par-72 Lakeside Country Club in Penn Yan.
Rain forced the event to end after nine holes. The Cobleskill duo shot 43s to tie for 12th.
SUNYIT's Chris Pace earned medalist honors with a 38. Elmira won the team title at 160 strokes.
Thursday at Lakeside CC, par-72
Event shortened to nine holes because of rain
Team scores: Elmira 160, SUNYIT 169, Baptist Bible 171, Cobleskill A 177, Cobleskill B 198, Cazenovia 207.
Winner: Chris Pace (SUNYIT) 38.
Cobleskill A: T12, Chris Ricketts 43; T12, Jason Symons 43; T15, Victor Ralbovsky 44, T20, Tyler Shaw 47; T23, Brad Chilion 49.
Cobleskill B: T18, Brown 46; T20, Kenny Gregory 47; T25, Travis Wilder 50; 29, Marc Gillette 55.
Ohio Dominican Classic
SUNY Delhi's Tom Garby finished second and shot the low round of the tournament with a second-day 69 to lead the Broncos to a third-place showing in the Ohio Dominican Kisor Classic on Thursday and Friday at the par-72 Cumberland Trail Golf Club in Pataskala, Ohio.
Garby was 7-over through the first five holes Thursday en route to a 76, but he played the final 31 holes in 6-under.
The host school won with a 605 total. Delhi finished with 630.
The Broncos head to the Roberts Wesleyan Invitational on Friday and Saturday.
Ohio Dominican Kisor Classic
at par-72 Cumberland Trail Golf Club in Pataskala, Ohio.
Team scores: Ohio Dominican 307-298 _ 605; Cedarville 310-311 _ 621; SUNY Delhi 320-310 _ 630; Lake Erie College 316-317 _ 633; Walsh University 322-316 _ 638; Capital Universithy 327-330 _ 657; Urbana 338-327 _ 665; Cincinnati Christian 357-338 _ 695.
Individual: Brigham Michaud (Cedarville) 72-71 _ 143.
Delhi golfers: 2, Tom Garby 76-69 _ 145; 12, Justin Hearley 75-83 _ 158; 18, Ryan Evans 81-80 _ 161; 29, Kyle Lewis 88-78 _ 166; 38, Caleb Blass 89-84 _ 173; 32, David Gennett 80-88 _ 168; 37, James Lichtenberger 89-83 _ 172.
Hartwick 3, Elmira 1
The visiting Hawks received second-half goals from Jen Kaye, Kelsey Kimble and Anna Drake on Saturday and opened their Empire 8 Conference schedule with a victory.
Kaye, a senior, scored 18 minutes into the second half off a cross from Sarah MacDougall. Four minutes later, sophomore Kimble made it 2-0, deflecting a shot off an Elmira defender and into the goal.
After McKenna Light scored for the Soaring Eagles in the 66th minute, Drake scored 1:08 to restore the Hawks' two-goal lead.
Senior goalie Mackenzie Chapman made five saves for the Hawks (2-3), who held advantages of 18-8 in shots and 16-7 in penalty corners.
Elmira is 0-4.
Hartwick travels to Cortland State at 4 p.m. Tuesday.
O-State loses twice
Oneonta State fell, 3-0, at Geneseo on Friday and then lost, 3-2, at Brockport on Saturday in SUNY Athletic Conference games.
Leslie Dauphinais made 12 saves for the Red Dragons, who were outshot, 19-2, in the loss at Geneseo.
Ainsley Stoll and Megan Warning scored second-half goals for O-State against the Brockport, the latter giving the Red Dragons a 2-1 lead in the 65th minute.
But Brockport's Crystal Mott scored a minute later and teammate Jessica Blind got the winner in the 69th minute.
O-State (4-3, 0-2) plays host to Skidmore on Wednesday.
O-State goes 1-1
The host Red Dragons followed a 9-0 SUNY Athletic Conference loss to Geneseo on Saturday with an 8-1 conference victory over Brockport on Sunday.
Against Brockport, O-State won five of six singles matches.
Dana Denenberg, Carly Fried, and Lauren Skolnick won at third, fourth and fifth singles, respectively. Emily Shannon earned her second victory at No. 2 singles and Danielle Browarski won for the third time at first singles.
On Saturday, O-State lost all six singles matches in straight sets to the defending SUNY Athletic Conference champions.
The closest matches came in doubles, where O-State's first doubles team of Browarski and Shannon and the second doubles team of Carly Smith and Fried lost by 8-6 scores.
The Red Dragons (3-3, 2-2) travel to Oswego at 1 p.m. Saturday for their final conference match.
Hawks lose twice
Hartwick lost at Nazareth College, 7-2, Saturday and fell, 8-1, to Rochester Institute of Technology on Sunday. Both were Empire 8 Conference matches.
Senior Kimberly Post won, 6-2, 6-4, over freshman Sara Bjork at third singles Sunday, but Hartwick dropped to 2-3 on the season.
On Saturday, freshman Angelica Cofer and Post earned singles wins. Cofer beat Alexandra Vizgatis, 6-1, 7-5, at second singles and Post downed Kelly Noble, 6-4, 3-6, 10-8, at third singles.
The Hawks host Union at 4 p.m. Tuesday.
Delhi 6, Adirondack 3
First singles player Lindsey DelVecchio completed a 6-0 breeze through Region III competitors with a 6-1, 6-2 victory over Sam Hayes to lead SUNY Delhi to victory Sunday.
DelVecchio will be the top seed for the regional tournament at Delhi in two weeks.
Elizebeth Demeree earned the winning point for the Broncos, beating Kelly Mereski, 7-6 (5), 0-6, 7-6 (5) at sixth singles.
Aiko Shigetaka also earned a three-set victory. She beat Liz Merrigan, 4-6, 6-4, 6-2.
The Broncos (4-2) will head to the National Invitational Tournament at Harford CC in Maryland this weekend.
Delhi 6, Adirondack 3
Singles: Lindsey DelVecchio (D) def. Sam Hayes, 6-1, 6-2; Sarah Varnitake (A) def. Kara Dooley, 7-6, (5), 6-0; Aiko Shigetaka (D) def. Liz Merrigan, 4-6, 6-4, 6-2; Stephanie Connor (A) def. Patricia Anthony, 0-6, 6-4, 6-1; Natalee Geier (D) def. Casey Daty, 6-2, 6-2; Elizabeth Demeree (D) def. Kelly Mereski, 7-6 (5), 0-6, 7-6 (5).
Doubles: Lindsey DelVecchio and Kara Dooley (D) def. Sam Hayes and Stephanie Connor, 8-1; Liz Merrigan and Sarah Varnitake (A) def. Aiko Shigetaka and Natalee Geier, 8-3; Patricia Anthony and Elizabeth Demeree (D) def. Casey Daty and Kelly Mereski, 8-2.
Nichole Soblosky and Conor Cashin placed third and sixth, respectively, in their races to lead SUNY Cobleskill's cross-country teams Saturday in the Raptor Invitational at Bard College.
Soblosky completed the 3.1-mile course in 20 minutes, 36 seconds _ 13 seconds behind winner Sara Wenger of New Paltz _ to help the Fighting Tigers women to a third-place finish. Cobleskill had 100 points in a meet won by New Paltz with 23.
Cashin finished the men's 4.78-mile course in 26:15 _ four seconds behind winner Chris Guerrero of New Paltz, which won with 57 points. The Fighting Tigers placed fourth with 108.
Cobleskill travels to the Wildcat Invitational at Cazenovia on Oct. 2.
Saturday at Bard College
Men's team scores: New Paltz 57, Saint Joseph's 76, Hudson Valley CC 101, SUNY Cobleskill 108, Hunter College 111, Baruch College 176, SUNY Purchase 213, Mount Saint Mary's 222, Bard College 248, Lehman College 252, Albany College of Pharmacy 310, Sage 342, Green Mountain College 350, Dutchess CC 353, Sullivan CC 365, Culinary Institute of America 401, Mount Saint Vincent, Southern Vermont incomplete.
Winner: Chris Guerrero (NP)_ 26:11 over 4.78-mile course.
Cobleskill scorers: 6, Conor Cashin 26:15; 21, Josh Miller 28:10; 24, Marten Peterson 28:12; 28, Geoffrey Hall 28:28; 35, Zach Dockstader 28:55.
Women's team scores: New Paltz 23, St. Joseph's 87, SUNY Cobleskill 100, Mount Saint Mary 105, Hunter College 112, Bard College 123, Culinary Institute of America 191, SUNY Purchase 228, Green Mountain College 245, Albany College of Pharmacy 250, Lehman College 282, Mount Saint Vincent College 339, College of New Rochelle 362, Southern Vermont College 391, Bronx Community College, Dutchess CC incomplete.
Winner: Sara Wenger (NP) 20:23 over 3.1-mile course.
Cobleskill scorers: 3, Nichole Soblosky 20:36; 9, Ryan Kelly 21:27; 10, Christine Tylee 21:30; 40, Beth Watson 23:39; 64, Katie Woodworth 24:53.