Cherry Valley-Springfield graduate Scott Dubben went 3-for-3 with a double and two runs scored to lead Oneonta State's 10-3 non-conference baseball victory over visiting Utica College on Wednesday.

Carmine Caputo also went 3-for-3 and scored three times as the Red Dragons finished with 14 hits.

Freshman Jeffrey Carter (6-1) allowed four hits and one earned run over four innings for O-State, which received a 2-for-5 performance at the plate from Dan Randall. Cody Hitt contributed two hits and drove in four runs.

The Red Dragons (23-10) play host to Mount Saint Mary at 4 p.m. Friday.

Utica is 5-18.

O-State 10, Utica 3

Utica010 000 200 _ 3 10 1

Oneonta State011 302 12x _ 10 14 1

Jeffrey Carter (W,6-1), Michael Center (5), William Rivas (6), Joshua Herzenberg (7), Dave Filak (8), Christopher Smith (9) and Ryan Myers. Matt Zitt (L), Charlie Cumella (4), Andrew Dexter (6) and Jon Meyer. 2B _ Cody Hitt (O), Dan Randall (O), Scott Dubben (O). HR _ Kelvin Cabrera.

{"HeadlineLight14"/}Men's Tennis

Hartwick 7, Utica 2

The host Hawks secured a spot in the Empire 8 Conference Tournament for the first time since 2004.

Hartwick (7-7, 5-3) earned the fourth seed and will play top-seeded Ithaca in a conference semifinal May 2 at Rochester.

Trailing, 2-1, after doubles play, Hartwick swept the singles matches _ winning five of the six matches in straight sets.

At first singles, Jeff Boyd swept Khoa Vo, 6-0, 6-0, and Matt Whitty outlasted Gonzalo Carrascal, 6-1, 7-6 (7-1), 10-5, at third singles.

The Hawks travel to Rensselaer on Tuesday.

Hartwick 7, Utica 2

Wednesday at Hartwick

Singles: Jeff Boyd (H) def. Khoa Vo, 6-0, 6-0; Marcelo Navarro (H) def. Shaun Kaleta, 7-6 (7-4), 6-2; Matt Whitty (H) def. Gonzalo Carrascal, 6-1, 6-7 (1-7), 10-5; Sean Barr (H) def. Thien Doan, 6-2, 6-2; Peter Dumas (H) def. Gonzalo Salouia, 6-1, 6-1; Michael del Rosario (H) def. Tom Armitage, 7-5, 6-1.

Doubles: Jeff Boyd and Marcelo Navarro (H) def. Khoa Vo and Tom Armitage, 8-1; Thien Doan and Shaun Kaleta (U) def. Matt Whitty and Peter Dumas, 9-8 (7-2); Gonzalo Salouia and Gonzalo Carrascal (U) def. Sean Barr and Michael del Rosario, 8-3.

{"HeadlineLight14"/}Men's Lacrosse

O-State 11, Morrisville 6

Dennis Headrick scored three goals to lead a balanced offensive attack as host Oneonta State earned a SUNY Athletic Conference victory.

Ryan Waibel contributed two goals and an assist, and Blair Hanson two goals for the Red Dragons (6-8, 2-4), who received a goal and four assists from Troy Lepore. Scott Weiner had a goal and two assists.

Nick Murray made six saves for O-State, which visits Oswego on Saturday.

O-STATE 11, MORRISVILLE 6

{"Sports agate body centered"/}Wednesday's match

Morrisville3 1 0 2 _ 6

Oneonta State3 1 4 3 _ 11

Morrisville (4-10, 0-6): Tim Bobbett 3-1, Nelson Boyd 1-1, Andrew Elsmore 1-0, Tom Moore 1-0.

Oneonta State (6-8, 2-4): Blair Hanson 2-0, Ryan Waibel 2-1, Scott Weiner 1-2, Andy Hilton 0-1, Dennis Headrick 3-0, Troy Lepore 1-4, Steve Loesch 1-0, Kevin Wentworth 0-1.

Shots: M 23; O 47.

Groundballs: M 40; O 44.

Goalies: Eric Stein (M) 14; Nick Murray (O) 6, Sean Reynolds (O) 2.

Keuka 12, Cobleskill 2

Keuka scored the first seven goals en route to a Northeastern Athletic Conference victory at home Wednesday.

Drew Kunda and Gino Marcello had three goals apiece to pace the Storm (6-6, 4-0).

Andrew Abbott scored both of Cobleskill's goals.

KEUKA 12, COBLESKILL 2

{"Sports agate body centered"/}Wednesday's match

Cobleskill0 0 1 1 _ 2

Keuka5 2 3 2 _ 12

Cobleskill (1-8, 1-3): Andrew Abbott 2-0, Brian Murphy 0-1.

Keuka (6-6, 4-0): Drew Kunda 3-1, Gino Marcello 3-0, Adam Farrell 1-3, Stephen Ferguson 1-1, Connor Brown 1-1, Greg Marsh 1-1, Tim Mandell 1-0, Parker Gazda 1-0, Ryan Stack 0-1.

Shots: C 20; K 49.

Groundballs: C 31; K 43.

Goalies: Robert McDonald (C) 20; Jon Curry (K) 9, Brian Enck (K) 2.

{"HeadlineLight14"/}Track

Bomber Open

Patrick Krug won the pole vault with a height of 14 feet, 11 inches to lead SUNY Cobleskill in the non-scoring Bomber Open at Ithaca College on Tuesday.

Cameron Benidt won the long jump for the Fighting Tigers at 21-11 1/2. He also placed third in the 100 meters (11.56).

Joe Valentin won the hammer throw with a distance of 139-7.

Marten Peterson won the 1,500 in 4:05.88 for the Fighting Tigers.

On the women's side, Cobleskill's 1,600 relay team of Beth Tranes, Alex Devin, Christine Tylee and Brittany Armstrong placed first in 4:49.63.

Cobleskill will compete in the RPI Invitational on Saturday.

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