Fox won the discus, setting a facility record with a distance of 149 feet.
Weinert won his second straight conference title in the hammer. His best throw went 181-4, also a facility record.
The Red Dragons’ women finished fourth with 110 points. Cortland won with 168.
Senior Danielle Kennedy won her first SUNYAC title. She placed first in the 5,000, crossing in 17:35.88 for a 14-second victory. Kennedy also placed third in the 1,500 in a personal-best 4:42.56.
Freshman Alexandria Kober earned O-State’s other title. She triple jumped 37-5 to win the title by more than a foot.
O-State will host its May Meet at 2 p.m. this Saturday.
Region III Championships
SUNY Delhi swept the men’s and women’s titles in the NJCAA Region III Championships held Friday and Saturday at Delhi.
The Broncos’ men compiled 256 points, 70 better than Mohawk Valley.
Delhi’s women finished with 237 points, 11 better than MVCC.
Delhi’s dominance on the men’s side showed up biggest in the 800 meters. The Broncos took the top five spots, led by winner Tyler Angioli, who crossed in 2 minutes, 1.42 seconds. Brendan Callaghan was next at 2:02.05, followed John Nolis (2:03.78).
Oneonta High graduate Mitch Couch placed first in the discus with a throw of 131 feet, 2 inches.
Kenny Onyeukwu and Keimon Barrow placed 1-2 in the triple jump. Onyeukwu covered 43-8.75 on his winning jump and Barrow’s best effort went 42-3.25.
Delhi also went 1-2 in the 1,500 and the 400 hurdles. Brandon Capo-Roth won the 1,500 in 4:17.17, just ahead of Bainbridge-Guilford graduate Rob Burnett, who crossed in 4:17.62.
Francisco Wilson-King and Orion Brown finished in 56.14 and 57.54, respectively, in the 400 hurdles.
The Broncos’ 1,600 and 3,200 relay teams placed first. The team of Tyler Angioli, Angel Romaine, Brown and Wayne Bowden won the 1,600 relay in 3:29.57. Angioli, Callaghan, Nolis and Rich Arcuri won the 3,200 relay in 8:25.44.
Romaine also won the 400 in 49.88.
On the women’s side, Zhane Ridley won the 200, the 100 hurdles and the triple jump to lead the Broncos. Ridley placed first in the 200 in 27.05 and in the 100 hurdles in 16.49. Ridley’s teammate, Oneonta High graduate Jennifer Jelic, placed second in the 100 hurdles (17.70) and won the 400 hurdles (1:08.64).