Hartwick College junior wide receiver Noah Koreman earned Empire 8 Conference co-Offensive Player of the Week honors Sunday.
Koreman shared the honor with Ithaca College's Thomas Bergerstock, who rushed 32 times for 268 yards and five touchdowns in the Bombers' 69-42 victory over visiting Hartwick on Saturday.
In the same game, Koreman caught 16 passes for 250 yards and three scores. He caught touchdown passes of 70, 5 and 27 yards from Hawks quarterback Jason Boltus, who threw for 460 yards.
Koreman accumulated more yards, touchdowns and catches in Saturday's game than he had in his first two seasons at Hartwick.
The 250 receiving yards Koreman had against Ithaca represent the third-highest output in a game in the country. Teammate Jack Phelan holds the top spot after gaining 289 receiving yards in Hartwick's season-opening, 63-37 victory over Western New England.
O-State athletes of the week
Oneonta State selected freshman tennis player Jennifer Kraham and sophomore soccer player Danny Bruh as its athletes of the week.
Kraham won both of her singles matches this past weekend to improve to 4-3 at first singles. She also contributed to two doubles wins.
The Red Dragons are 6-1.
Bruh scored his first two goals of the season in O-State's 5-1 victory over Oswego on Saturday.
O-State is 5-1-1.
Tournament of Champions
Hartwick's women opened the season Sunday with a seventh-place finish at the Tournament of Champions Preseason Classic at Mount Holyoke College.
The Hawks, competing in the invitation-only event for the first time, ended competition with 13 points to finish ahead of Cornell A, Dartmouth, Tufts and UMass White.
Freshman Heather Sweetman placed third out of 11 competitors in novice equitation over fences for the Hawks' top finish of the day.
Abigail Segner (intermediate fences), Samantha Christen (walk trot canter) and Aileen McCarthy (open flat) placed fourth in their respective events. McCarthy, the IHSA national champion in intermediate fences, also competed in the Hoof and Woof Medal. Twenty riders rode on the flat with the top 10 then competing in a jumping phase. McCarthy placed ninth.
Virginia Intermont College took the overall team title with 36 points.
The Hawks next compete at the Hartwick Show on Oct. 25.