Erica Darpino had seven kills and four blocks, and host Oneonta State rallied for a 11-25, 25-20, 25-15, 25-23 non-conference volleyball victory over Scranton on Tuesday.
Becca Horton contributed 14 assists, Jessica Pelaccio had three aces and Kristina Pelaccio finished with 15 digs for the Red Dragons, who improved to 8-5.
O-State won the final five points to take the second game. In the fourth game, the Red Dragons used a five-point run to take a 16-15 lead. There were five lead changes thereafter before O-State closed it out.
O-State will travel to St. John Fisher on Saturday.
Cobleskill 3, Castleton 1
Amber Baker and Kady Porterfield had 13 and 11 kills, respectively, and host SUNY Cobleskill snapped a five-game skid with a 23-25, 25-17, 25-19, 28-26 non-conference victory.
The Fighting Tigers (5-6) received 10 kills from Brandi Persico, and 25 assists and eight digs from Katie Yang.
Cobleskill will host Sage College at 7 p.m. Thursday.
O-State 10, Cazenovia 0
Sophomore Zef Saljanin had three goals and one assist as the host Red Dragons cruised to a non-conference victory.
Alex Winiarski contributed a goal and three assists. Winiarski assisted O-State’s first three goals, helping the Red Dragons to a 4-0 halftime lead.
Anthony Passiatore scored twice, including his first college goal. Tyler Kirschner, Hans Purtell and Jared Dalleo also scored their first college goals.
O-State (3-2-1) will travel to Renssalaer on Saturday.
Rochester 6, Hartwick 0
Michelle Relin scored twice and 16th-ranked Rochester held a 32-2 advantage in shots en route to a non-conference victory at Hartwick.
Shannon Carter made her college-high of 13 saves for Hartwick. Jilian Sabatino relieved Carter in goal and made four saves.
Rochester improved to 6-1.
The Hawks (2-4) will host Stevens at 1 p.m. Saturday.
Women’s Cross Country
Oneonta State senior Danielle Kennedy earned women’s runner of the week honors from the SUNY Athletic Conference.
Kennedy won the Oneonta Early Bird Invitational on Saturday, helping the Red Dragons to the team title. Kennedy completed 4,500-meter course in a program-record 16 minutes, 50 seconds. Kennedy won by 6 seconds over Hartwick’s Victoria Hathaway.
Kennedy is a SUNYAC Hall of Famer in cross country. She finished in the top five at the conference championships the past two years.
Hawks of the Week
Tennis player Nicole Schepisi and football player Travis Samuels were named Hartwick College’s Hawks of the Week.
Schepisi, a junior, won two singles matches and teamed with Ruthie Jones for a pair doubles victory over the weekend against Alfred and St. John Fisher.
Samuels, a sophomore, had 289 all-purpose yards in the Hawks’ 51-34 victory over Morrisville on Saturday. He had four receptions for 173 yards and three touchdowns, and also returned a kickoff 85 yards for a touchdown. Samuels touched the ball six times and averaged 48 yards per touch.