David Fernandes and Brendan Caoili scored three goals apiece Monday, leading host SUNY Delhi to a 12-9 men’s lacrosse victory over Hudson Valley that clinched the Broncos’ first Mountain Valley Conference championship.
Paul Hylan contributed two goals and Devlin Clarke had a goal and three assists for Delhi, which rallied from a 6-4 halftime deficit with a 5-0 advantage in the third period.
Matt Sialiano made 21 saves for Delhi, which is the fifth-ranked NJCAA team in the country.
Delhi hosts Tompkins Cortland Community College on Wednesday.
MMA 14, Cobleskill 10
Rob Neubert had four goals and two assists, but host SUNY Cobleskill dropped a non-conference game to Massachusetts Maritime Academy.
Dylan Freudenberg’s five goals paced MMA (3-8), which held an 8-4 lead at halftime.
Mike Javavey scored three times and Thomas Faraone contributed two goals for the Fighting Tigers (2-7).
Don Cervantes had back-to-back rounds of 81 to tie for 52nd place and lead SUNY Cobleskill during the Mike Bello Invitational, which ran Saturday and Sunday at the par-72 Timber Banks Golf Course in Baldwinsville.
Travis Deuel shot 84-80 for the Fighting Tigers, who placed 14th in the 17-team field with 664 strokes.
Bentley University won the team title with 586 strokes.
Cobleskill will compete in the New York University-Polytechnic Invitational at the par-70 Van Cortland Park Golf Course on Thursday.
O-State 9, Oswego 0
Oneonta State surrendered 15 games en route to a SUNY Athletic Conference sweep of visiting Oswego (3-6).
Michael Kennelly and Mackenzie Park earned an 8-0 victory at first doubles and followed with victories and first and second singles, respectively.
The Red Dragons (5-12), who lost at Colby College on Saturday, hosts Union College today.
Suffolk 8, Delhi 1
Sean O’Connell remained undefeated on the season with a 6-3, 6-4 victory over Mike Guccard at fourth singles, but SUNY Delhi lost a road match.
O’Connell improved to 5-0 this season for the Broncos (4-1), who placed seventh in the National Invitation Tournament on Saturday and Sunday in Harford, Md.
Delhi hosts CC of Rhode Island on Friday.
TRACK AND FIELD
O-State sets records
Freshman Jim Bernstein set a program record in the 5,000-meter run Saturday with a time of 15:08.96 for Oneonta State, which competed in the Bison Outdoor Classic at Bucknell and the Upstate Track Classic at Rensselaer over the weekend.
Bernstein’s record came at the Bison Classic and stood for about 20 minutes as sophomore teammate Charles Remillard ran a 15:04.36 in the next heat.
The times for Bernstein and Remillard marked two of 11 personal-bests for the Red Dragons, who received Eastern College Athletic Conference-qualifying times from Chris Harvey and John Longo in the 3,000 steeplechase (9:25.80 and 9:50.96, respectively).
Alison Ryley had an ECAC-qualifying time in the 3,000 steeplechase (11:36.49) for Oneonta’s women, who got another ECAC qualifier from Marielle Genovesi in the 5,000 (18:18.53).
Schenevus graduate Patrick Weinert highlighted the O-State men’s performances at the Upstate Classic with a program record of 178 feet, 6 inches to win the hammer throw and qualify for the Penn Relays next week. Weinert also placed fourth in the shot put.
Former record-holder J.D. Roth contributed an ECAC-qualifying distance in the shot put (48-6.75).
Sean Bernstein won the 100 (10.63) and the 200 (21.29). Those times rank fourth and second, respectively, among NCAA Division III sprinters.
Bernstein also contributed to a 400 relay victory for the Red Dragons, who received wins from Steve Kuznia (400 hurdles, 55.47), Joe Carr (400, ECAC time of 49.92) and Dustin Cox (long jump, 21-4.75).
Kaitlyn Brandt remained undefeated in the 100, winning in an ECAC time of 12.66 for O-State’s women. She also contributed to a win in the 400 relay.
Carolyn Nasr placed first in the 400 (1:01.35) for O-State, which competes Friday and Saturday at the Cortland Classic.