Senior attacker Brandon Wilk scored three goals, but Hartwick College lost, 11-10, at Farmingdale State in a non-conference men's lacrosse game Monday.
Hartwick's Dave Aitchison scored with 25 seconds to cap the scoring. The Hawks (2-2), who had a 48-29 advantage in shots, never pulled even after falling behind, 6-2, in the first half.
Ryan Twardowski made nine saves for the Hawks. Twardowski earned Empire 8 Conference Goalie of the Week honors after making 10 saves in Hartwick's 9-6 victory over Scranton on Saturday. Before Monday's game, Twardowski ranked third in the conference in goals against average (7.57) and save percentage (.569).
Freshman Larry Hughes contributed two goals for Hartwick, which travels to Potsdam at 1 p.m. Saturday.
Farmingdale 11, Hartwick 10
Hartwick2 2 3 3 _ 10
Farmingdale5 1 3 2 _ 11
Hartwick (2-2): Brandon Wilk 3-0, Larry Hughes 2-0, Dave Aitchison 1-2, Tom Srubinski 1-1, Joe Shields 1-1; Bobby Cassidy 1-0, Eddie Abraham 1-0, Matt Landry 0-1.
Farmingdale State (3-1): Jimmy Owsinski 4-0, Erick Thomson 2-0, Wes Hubschmitt 2-1, Rob Nosworthy 2-1, Sean Maxwell 1-1, Pete Siemsen 0-3.
Shots: Hartwick, 48-29. Groundballs: Farmingdale, 41-40. Faceoffs: Farmingdale, 16-7.
Goalie saves: Ryan Twardowski (H) 9; Patrick Delventhal (F) 13.
Two O-State players recognized
O-State senior first baseman Dan Randall and junior pitcher Dave Filak earned SUNY Athletic Conference Player and Pitcher of the Week honors, respectively.
The Red Dragons (7-0) went 4-0 last week at Vero Beach, Fla.
Filak, a professional prospect, is 2-0 this season, with 26 strikeouts over 13 innings. D3Baseball.com recently named Filak a preseason second-team All-American.
Randall hit .538 this past week. He also scored seven runs and had five RBIs. He leads the Red Dragons in every offensive category, including a .560 batting average, two home runs and 10 RBIs.
Dragons runners honored
The O-State men's and women's cross-country teams were recognized for their performance in the classroom by the United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association.
Both teams are being recognized for the second time as an All-Academic Team. The men had previously earned the honor in 2007. The women won their first honor in 2006.
The men's cross-country team was one of a record 110 Division III teams to be recognized. O-State and Geneseo were the lone men's teams from the SUNYAC to earn the honor. The men compiled a GPA of 3.15 in the fall semester.
The women were amongst 153 D-III teams to be honored. The Red Dragons had a 3.38 GPA, which was the highest among the five women's programs from the SUNYAC that were named.
For a team to be considered for the USTFCCCA All-Academic Team award, it must have compiled a team score at its NCAA Regional meet and had a minimum 3.10 team cumulative GPA.
O-State athletes of the week
Indoor track athletes Durell Cull and Lauren Brunetto earned athlete of the week honors from Oneonta State.
Cull, a junior, earned All-America honors in the 55-meter dash in the NCAA Division III Indoor Track & Field Championships at DePauw University this past weekend.
Cull finished fourth in 6.42 seconds Saturday. He ran a 6.40 in the preliminaries Friday.
Brunetto, a sophomore, placed sixth in the 800, running a personal-best time of 2:13.76 on Saturday.