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September 23, 2013

Hartwick football rolls past Becker for 3-0 start

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Delhi 7, Jefferson 0

Tom D’Ottavio opened the scoring on a pass from Trevor Holdridge in the 38th minute, helping SUNY Delhi to its first victory of the season Saturday at Watertown.

The Broncos opened up for six goals in the second half, starting with back-to-back scores by Peter Fabrykiewicz in the 48th and 56th minutes.

Holdridge contributed a goal and an assist thereafter for Delhi, which finished with an 18-1 advantage in shots for Jefferson Community College (1-5, 0-3 Region III).

Holdridge and Fabrykiewicz played for South Kortright in high school.

Delhi (1-4, 1-2) hosts Fulton-Montgomery on Wednesday.

WOMEN’S SOCCER

Ithaca 1, Hartwick 0

Amanda Callanan converted a penalty kick in the 19th minute for ninth-ranked Ithaca, which held on for a victory in the Empire 8 Conference opener for both teams Saturday.

“Overall we’re disappointed to lose the three points in the conference,” Hartwick coach Matt Verni said in a media release. “But we take away the belief that we can compete with the best programs in our region.”

Callanan beat Hartwick goalie Hope Brown to the lower-right corner on the pk, which was set up by a Hartwick foul inside the box at 18:29 into the game.

The Bombers would finish the match with a 13-5 edge in shots.

Hartwick hosts Elmira on Wednesday.

Morrisville 3, Cobleskill 0

Angela Marriott made five saves for a shutout Saturday as host Morrisville beat Cobleskill in the NEAC.

The Fighting Tigers (0-6, 0-3) were outshot, 24-11, by the Mustangs (5-2, 4-0).

Hayley MacLean made 10 saves for Cobleskill.

FIELD HOCKEY

Stevens 5, Hartwick 4

Meghan Fay had a goal and an assist for Hartwick, which scored four times on six shots but lost an Empire 8 Conference game at home Saturday.

Stevens (4-2, 2-0) took the early lead with a goal in the ninth minute, but Fay set up Alex Godina for a tying goal 21:53 into play. The Ducks went on to take a 2-1 lead into halftime before Hartwick (2-5, 0-2) rallied with consecutive goals.

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