Gracy started 21 games and played in all 22 of the Engineers’ games this season. He scored four goals, including the winner in the Engineers’ 3-0 victory over Bard College on Oct. 20.
Senior midfielder Haight (Davenport) appeared in three games for the Hamilton College women’s soccer team.
The Continentals’ 9-5-1 season ended with a 3-2 loss at Bowdoin on Oct. 27.
Haight is Davenport’s all-time leading scorer.
Unadilla residents Alex and Ian Van Cott finished their freshman fall season for Division I Tulane’s tennis team by placing at the Crimson Tide Fall Championships at Alabama last weekend.
Alex Van Cott won the consolation championship of the Gene Stalling Draw on Sunday, 6-0, 6-2, over Southern Mississippi’s Vasco Valverde. Alex also teamed with Rodrigo Rappaccioli to win the consolation doubles title of the Nick Saban Draw on Saturday.
Ian Van Cott beat Sven Ivankovic of Furman, 4-6, 6-1, 10-6, in the third-place consolation match of the Nick Saban draw.
Tulane’s spring season of tennis begins in January.
Tompkins Cortland women’s soccer
Oneonta High graduate Seneca Baldwin, Gilbertsville-Mount Upton graduate Logan Eltz and Margaretville graduate Amy Filupeit all completed their freshman seasons, and Gilboa graduate Erin Hamilton finished her sophomore season for Tompkins Cortland Community College.
Baldwin, who earned Daily Star Player of the Year honors in softball this past spring, played in six games and scored one goal. Filupeit played in 14 games and had two goals and two assists. Hamilton played in all 18 games, scoring three goals and assisting on three others.
Eltz played goalie in 11 games, giving up 10 goals while making 36 saves.
The Panthers went 6-9-3 on the season and were eliminated from the NJCAA Division III playoffs by SUNY Delhi, 1-0, on Oct. 20.