Kady Porterfield contributed 15 points and 15 rebounds in her third consecutive double-double for the Fighting Tigers (3-9, 2-4), who host Morrisville State at 5 p.m. Wednesday.
The Nittany Lions improved to 3-8 overall and 2-3 in the NEAC.
Cobleskill 59, Wilson 39
Heidi Anderson scored a game-high 20 points Saturday as host Cobleskill won a NEAC game. Anderson also had seven rebounds and five assists for the Fighting Tigers, who received 13 points and 12 rebounds from Kady Porterfield
Ashlee Yealy’s 14 points paced the Phoenix (2-7, 0-6), who faced a 40-16 deficit at halftime.
Ben Mikac, Shaun Gillen and Greg DuVall earned championships Saturday to lead Oneonta State to the team title at the Will Abele Invitational at Ursinus.
O-State finished with 109 points to win the 13-team tournament by 17 over Ursinus.
Mikac started his 133-pound championship run by pinning Josh Weesner of Division I UMBC in 39 seconds. He followed with a technical fall over William Evangelakos of WPI, a 9-3 semifinal decision over Brenden Campbell of the Naval Academy Prep School, and a 14-5 defeat of Hunter’s Ken Albert in the final.
Gillen won back-to-back decisions before pinning top-seeded Mike Munno of UMBC in the semifinals at 165 pounds. He won the title match, 6-5, against No. 2 seed Justin Walsh of WPI.
DuVall won twice by pinfall, the last coming in 1:41 as he won the 184-pound final against Naval Academy Prep’s Ryan Herman. His run also featured two decisions, including a quarterfinal win over the top seed in his weight class.
Dan Graff (157 pounds) and Jake Smith (285) finished second for the Red Dragons, who received a fourth from Curt Rowley at 141.
Oneonta will compete in the Empire Collegiate Wrestling Conference Tournament on Saturday at Cortland State.
Hartwick’s men and women won non-conference meets against Cortland State on Sunday at Moyer Pool.