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October 23, 2013

Delhi women advance to regional title game

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MEN’S SOCCERCobleskill 5, Fisher 3

Andrew Conolly scored three times Monday, helping SUNY Cobleskill to a non-conference road victory over Fisher (4-10) that snapped a season-long, 12-game skid.

Conolly scored twice in the opening half, which ended with the Fighting Tigers ahead, 4-2.

Musa Nije contributed a goal and an assist for Cobleskill, which received Jack Callender’s first college goal.

Tucker Lewis made six saves in his first college victory for the Fighting Tigers, who host Sage today.

VOLLEYBALLO-State 3, Ithaca 0

Oneonta State celebrated Senior Night with a non-conference sweep at home.

Erica Darpino finished with 10 kills for Oneonta (13-15), which received four blocks from Bridget McHugh and 14 digs from Kristina Pelaccio. Paige Carpluk and Pelaccio contributed six aces apiece for the Red Dragons, who won, 25-20, 25-10, 25-13.

The victory marked Oneonta’s second against Ithaca (11-18) in Colleen Cashman’s 16-year career as head coach.

Cobleskill 3, Castleton 0

Kady Porterfield had 14 kills, four digs and two blocks to lead Cobleskill to a 25-22, 25-22, 25-16 non-conference victory at Castleton State (8-11).

Casey Holbert contributed 17 assists, Melissa Spears had five kills, six digs and three blocks, and Kim Cordova (Oneonta) finished with 10 digs for the Fighting Tigers (11-17), who ended a three-match skid.

Cobleskill visits Hartwick on Thursday for a non-conference match.

HONORSSUNY Cobleskill

Two SUNY Cobleskill athletes earned honors from the North Eastern Athletic Conference on Monday for their standout performances last week.

The NEAC picked freshman Evan Quinones as its men’s cross country co-runner of the week and junior goalie Haley MacLean as its defensive player of the week for women’s soccer.

Quinones won the men’s 8-kilometer race at the Green Mountain College Invitational on Saturday in a course-record time of 25 minutes, 2 seconds. In topping the 56-runner field, Quinones led the Fighting Tigers to a first-place finish out of eight teams with 49 points. The team victory marked Cobleskill’s first invitational title of the season.

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