Miller finished third in 1-meter with NCAA qualifying score of 504.55.
Salle was fourth with a mark of 467.35, which broke school and Mountain Valley Conference records. The old record of 446.30 was set by David Waite on Nov. 13, 2010.
In 3-meter, Miller finished sixth at 475.65 _ also an NCAA qualifying mark.
Salle was seventh at 434.45, a mark that also broke school and MVC records. Mark Wood set the old record of 395.85 in February of 2009.
O-State’s John Buckley and Hartwick’s Andrew Beckham finished eighth and ninth, respectively.
Senior Sean Bernstein won the 60- and 200-meter dashes and helped Oneonta State’s 800 relay team to a school record Saturday at the Hamilton College Invitational.
Bernstein won the 60 in 6.95 seconds and crossed in 22.38 in the 200.
He joined Joe Carr, Jake Alviene and Kevin Wren on the 800 relay that finished in 1:31.44, breaking the previous school record of 1:32.11 set in 2004.
Freshman Steve Kuzina won the 60 hurdles in 8.76.
J.D. Roth won the weight throw and the shot put.
Junior Kaitlyn Brandt led the women by winning the 60, the 200 and running the lead leg on the winning 800 relay. Brandt teamed with Brittany Cocchieri, Shana Ventresca and Amanda Rosenberger, who crossed in an ECAC qualifying time of 1:50.16.
Jaclyn Masucci won the 1,000 in 3:08.50; Kacy Boburka won the shot put with a distance of 36 feet, 1 inch and Cara Ugolino placed first in the 1,000 in 1:32.44.
O-State will compete Saturday at Ithaca College.
Joe Donahue Invitational
SUNY Cobleskill’s men and women finished 12th and 13th, respectively, in the 13-team Joe Donahue Invitational on Saturday at Northeastern University.
Marten Peterson had the Fighting Tigers’ highest finish, placing eighth in the 500 meters. Peterson crossed in 1:08.76.
Cobleskill will compete at Ithaca College this weekend.
Cortland Winter Invitational
Sophomore Pete Schweitzer earned SUNY Delhi’s lone victory Saturday in the Cortland Winter Invitational.
Schweitzer won the 800 in 2:02.94.
Joelsen Resimo contributed a third-place finish in the 3,000. He finished in 9:43.89.
On the women’s side, the Broncos’ 1,600 relay team of Nicole Kenneally, Walton graduate Jesse Jacob, Maddesen Weekes and Kerry Connors placed second in 4:41.88.