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December 11, 2013

O-State men, women combine for five all-region honors



Sophomore Cassie Beaver scored 10 of her 18 points in the second half to lead host SUNY Delhi to a 65-39 victory over Word of Life Bible Institute on Tuesday.

Brittany Toliver contributed 12 points and Annie Butler finished with 11 for the Broncos, who took a 36-18 lead into halftime.

“We played really well as a team overall and we distributed the ball well,” said Delhi coach Maureen Curley, whose Broncos (2-8) will travel to Alfred State today.

SWIMMINGECAC Championships

Oneonta State senior Jermaine Miller earned Diver of the Meet honors after sweeping the diving events this past weekend during the Eastern College Athletic Conference Winter Championships at Lehman College.

Miller took first in the 3-meter dive Friday with a score of 277.10 points and completed the sweep Saturday with a victory in the 1-meter event (302.90).

Daniel Donaghy, Stephen Penteck, Lucas Santiago and Joseph Galan contributed a fourth in the 800-yard freestyle relay (7:14.59), as did Colton Roe, Galan, Ryan Walsh and John Rein in the 400 medley relay.

O-State’s men finished with 777 points to place third in the team standings for the third consecutive season.

The Red Dragons’ women had 309 points for eighth place. Chandler Shepard (Delhi), Lauren Zentko, Sarah Greco and Kristin Higgins had Oneonta’s top women’s performance, finishing sixth in the 400 free relay in 3:48.02.

Oneonta hosts Cortland State this Saturday.

Monroe Invite

SUNY Delhi’s Matt Salle broke program and Mountain Valley Conference records in 3-meter diving during the Monroe Community College Invite, which ran Friday through Sunday.

Salle finished second at the invite with a score of 323.65 points, which broke his record of 251.77 set on Dec. 8, 2012.

The Broncos, who finished fourth out of eight teams with 246 points, also received a second from Don Martell in the 1,650 free (19:21.12).

Delhi’s women broke a program record in the 400 free relay. Keannie Rodriquez, Emily Meany, Vanessa Brown and Lily McEnaney placed fourth in 4:21.60, beating the 1998 record of 4:29.44.

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