Day then finished a rebound off the post for a 2-1 Oneonta lead in the 63rd minute. Cortland tied it as time expired in regulation as Gabrielle Stein beat Tess Tracy (14 saves) on shot off a penalty corner.
Hartwick 1, Houghton 0
Kelly Kramer’s goal in the 64th minute stood as the winner, lifting Hartwick to a non-conference home victory Saturday that snapped its three-game winless skid.
Kramer ended the scoreless deadlock with a shot from the left side of the cage.
Shannon Carter made four saves for the Hawks (5-11) in her first college shutout, which sent the Highlanders to a 4-11 record.
Hartwick will play its final home game of the season Wednesday against 17th-ranked Skidmore.
Salisbury 17, Hartwick 0
Salsibury extended a 3-0 halftime lead by scoring on its first two possessions of the second half to beat host Hartwick in an Empire 8 game Saturday.
Salisbury (5-2, 4-0) is ranked 24th among NCAA Division III teams. Hartwick (4-3) fell to 1-3 in conference play.
Joey Jones scored on a 4-yard run to finish the Gulls’ first possession of the second half. John Dunbar’s 12-yard TD run capped the scoring.
Hartwick seniors R.J. Roth and Bryan Schweitzer combined for 20 tackles, including 1 1/2 sacks.
Salisbury outgained Hartwick, 295-191. The Gulls also forced six turnovers and limited the Hawks to 27 rushing yards on 17 attempts.
Hartwick hosts Buffalo State on Saturday in an E8 game that will serve as the Hawks’ Senior Day.
Hartwick tops field
Hartwick’s men and women earned three team victories apiece Saturday during a home quad-meet against Cazenovia, Utica and the College of St. Rose.
Hartwick’s men beat Cazenovia, 152-15; the College of St. Rose, 130-88; and Utica, 150-50. Luke Grunewald (1,000 free, 10:10.20; 500 free, 4:56.44) and Brad Ranson (200, 1:47.75; 100 free, 48.69) won two events apiece to pace the Hawks, who got a diving sweep from Aaron Soden (170.45 points in 1-meter; 142.65 in 3-meter).