Hartwick led in shots, 33-31.
The Hawks will travel to face city rival Oneonta State at 4 p.m. Tuesday.
Visiting Oneonta State split a doubleheader against St. Mary’s College of Maryland on Saturday, losing the first game, 2-1, before winning the second, 1-0.
Sophomore Steve Ascher and senior Jim Hegmann combined on the shutout in the second game. Ascher threw 6 1/3 innings scoreless innings before Hegmann finished for the save. Ascher struck out seven and allowed five hits.
The Red Dragons scored in the sixth inning. Senior Rob Peluso was hit by a pitch and moved to second on a sacrifice by Ivan Plata. Dean Haussel’s single put runners at the corners. Haussel then stole second before Chris Orlando scored Peluso on a sacrifice fly to right.
Haussel had two of Oneonta’s four hits.
In the first game, the Red Dragons (1-5) took a 1-0 lead in the third inning. Orlando’s two-out single drove in Peluso from third base. Peluso led off the inning with an infield single.
St. Mary’s answered with two runs in the sixth off of losing pitcher Alex Mastrianni, who held the hosts to three hits over the first five innings.
Matt Mastroianni had two hits, including a double, for O-State.
Mike Roeland and Lily McEaney broke school records for SUNY Delhi during the NJCAA Swimming and Diving Championships March 5-9 at Erie Community College.
Diver Matt Salle had the highest finishes for the Broncos. He finished fifth in 1-meter diving with a score of 433.20. Salle placed seventh in 3-meter diving, scoring 400.50. He earned All-America honors in both events.
Roeland finished 24th in the 500-yard freestyle, touching in a school-record time of 5 minutes, 24.86 seconds. That broke the record of 5:27.05 set by Chad Snyder in 2007.
Roeland also broke his school record in the 200 butterfly in placing 24th. He finished in 2:22.07, which broke his record of 2:27.30 set at the North East District Championship.