Oneonta State’s men defeated host New Paltz, 126-74, but the Red Dragons’ women fell, 130-75, to the Hawks on Sunday.
Highlighting the men’s performance was junior Ryan Walsh, who set a New Paltz pool record in the 100-yard butterfly. His time of 52.82 lowered the previous record of 53.00.
Oneonta High graduate Alex Miller, a senior, won the 200 free and the 100 backstroke for the Red Dragons, who received wins in the 200 IM and the 500 free from freshman Joseph Galan.
The Red Dragons are 3-1.
O-State’s women received wins from Jacqueline Haight and Alexxa Poliachik. Haight won the 100 breaststroke in a personal-best 1:11.88. Poliachik touched first in the 100 butterfly.
Cobleskill women fall
Jamie Cooley, Rachael Degnan and Sarah Duger won events for host SUNY Cobleskill, which lost at home to Saint Elizabeth, 104-74, on Saturday.
Cooley won the 200 free in 2:22.09; Degnan touched first in the 100 butterfly in 1:07.53 and Dugan was first in the 100 backstroke in 1:23.93.
Lily McEnaney earned Delhi’s lone win during Jamestown Invitational on Saturday.
McEnaney touched first in the 100-yard breaststroke in a time of 1:20.21.
Delhi’s women finished last in the five-team meet with 54 points. The host school with 347.
The Broncos’ men were third with 204. Genesee won with 296.5.
Dick Comanzo Invitational
Hartwick College’s Lindsay Bowker placed second in 1- and 3-meter diving during the Dick Comanzo Memorial Invitational on Sunday at Ithaca College.
Bowker’s score in the 1-meter was an NCAA qualifying mark of 415.8, which was fewer than three points behind Korie Fackler of Ithaca. Bowker was also second to Fackler (509.05) in the 3-meter event with an NCAA qualifying score of 471.8.
Oneonta State’s Kara Garbarino was sixth in 1-meter with a score of 370.85.
On the men’s side, Jermaine Miller of O-State and Matt Salle of SUNY Delhi had big days.