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March 9, 2013

Bernstein qualifies for 60 finals


Oneonta State senior Sean Bernstein qualified for the finals in the 60 meters Friday in the NCAA Division III Indoor Track and Field Championships at North Central College in Naperville, Ill.

Bernstein crossed in 6.84 seconds. He qualified third behind Wisconsin Eau-Claire’s Dennis Thurgood and City College of New York’s Thierry Diessongo, who both finished in 6.82.

The finals will be Saturday.

Red Dragons freshman Jake Alviene did not advance to the finals in the 60 hurdles. He finished 10th Friday. The top eight qualified for Saturday’s finals. Alviene crossed in 8.29.

TJ Valley of Wisconsin Platteville qualified first in 8.09.


Rensselaer 10, O-State 7

Visiting Oneonta State was outscored, 7-1, in the second half, including 5-1, in the fourth quarter, of a non-conference game.

Devon Casey and Alex Haffner had two goals apiece for the Red Dragons, who are 1-3.

Jim van de Veerdonk, Nick Sorrillo and Anthony Laureano also scored for O-State, which led, 6-3, at halftime.

David Hey had three goals to lead Rensselaer (2-3).

O-State will host Hartwick at 4 p.m. Tuesday.


O-State’s Schilling recognized

Oneonta State junior Grace Schilling was named a Third Team SUNY Athletic Conference all-star.

Schilling finished second among Red Dragons with a 9.2-point per game scoring average. She also led O-State in assists (65), steals (66), field goals percentage (43 percent) and free throws made (60).

Through three seasons, Schilling has 482 points, 167 assists, 138 steals and 201 rebounds.

O-State went 13-13.

Dumas earns top honor

Hartwick College freshman Brittney Dumas has received Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference Division III Upstate Rookie of the Year honors, the Hawks announced Thursday.

Also the Empire 8 Conference Rookie of the Year, E8 second-teamer Dumas finished as Hartwick’s top scorer this season with an average of 14.5 points.

Dumas also led the Hawks in field goals made (179), field-goal percentage (.526), offensive rebounds (77) and blocked shots (23). She was second in team rebounding (6.4 per game).

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