The victory marked the second straight 9-0 win for the Red Dragons (8-13), who thumped Union College by the same score Wednesday.
Kennelly also teamed with Mackenzie Park for a 9-7 defeat of Dumas and Brian Redder at first doubles.
The Red Dragons, who surrendered six games to the Hawks (0-8) during singles play, have won four of their last five doubles matches.
O-State plays its final match of the season Saturday at nationally ranked Amherst.
MEN’S LACROSSEStevens 19, Hartwick 11
Zach Gropper scored five goals Wednesday, but Hartwick lost an Empire 8 Conference game on the road to 11th-ranked Stevens Institute of Technology.
Harry Hughes and Mike Vaglica contributed two goals apiece for the Hawks (5-8, 1-5), who also received goals from Irvens Dupuy and Conor McGoldrick.
Harrison Dorne’s four goals paced the Ducks (11-3, 5-1).
Hartwick closes its season at 1 p.m. Saturday against visiting Alfred University.
WATER POLOCapparelli named top player
Hartwick junior Sami Capparelli earned the Collegiate Water Polo Association’s Western Division Player of the Year honor. She was one of four Hartwick players to receive recognition from the CWPA.
Classmate Jemma Dendy Young joined Capparelli on the First Team. Senior Lily Martinez and freshman Michaela Davies made the Second Team.
Capparelli is the eighth player in Hartwick history to win the conference’s Player of the Year award, joining Charlotte Mensink (2011), Kirsten Hudson (2007, 2008, 2010), Bronwen Knox (2006), Kate Chambers (2005), Ashleigh Jacobs (2004), Sheri Johnson (2003) and Megan Thomson (2001, 2002).
Capparelli set Hartwick’s single-season scoring record this season with 132 goals.
The Hawks are seeded third for the CWPA Eastern Championships and will play No. 6 seed Harvard or No. 11 seed Notre Dame College at 6 p.m. today in the quarterfinals. Should Hartwick win, it will advance to a 7:30 p.m. Saturday semifinal against second-seeded Princeton, No. 7 seed George Washington or No. 10 seed Gannon.