John Dolny and Daniel Prakopcyk scored three goals apiece to lead Stevens Tech past host Hartwick College, 11-8, in an Empire 8 Conference men's lacrosse game Wednesday at Wright Stadium.

Freshman Vito DeMola scored the opening goal 1 minute, 33 seconds in, giving Hartwick (3-4, 1-2) its only lead.

Brandon Faubert tied it with 2:21 gone, and less than a minute later, Matt Keating gave the Ducks (4-2, 3-0) the lead for good.

Stevens Tech built on its 2-1 lead after one quarter on goals from Prakopcyk, Christopher Laurita and Alex Heckman, who scored in a span of 2:06 for a 5-1 lead with 6:04 to play before halftime.

DeMola then scored back-to-back goals, but Dolny and Prakopcyk each scored in the last 1:10 as the Ducks took a 7-3 lead into halftime.

Steve Caramello scored 49 seconds into the third period and DeMola converted a feed from Dan Hushion to pull Hartwick to 7-5 with 7:56 left in the quarter. Dolny pushed Stevens' lead back to four with consecutive goals, with 1:12 left in the third period and 3:43 into the fourth.

Prakopcyk gave the Ducks their biggest lead, at 10-5, when he scored with 9:30 to play. Hartwick rallied with three straight goals, from Caramello, Brandon Wilk and DeMola, before Heckman ended the scoring with 56 seconds left.

Freshman goalie Dave Decker finished with 14 saves, including eight in the third period, and improved to 4-2 for Stevens. Hartwick goalie John Meade made 10 saves and fell to 3-4.

DeMola led all scorers with five goals and one assist, tying a season-high he set during a win over Morrisville State earlier this season.

Hartwick is at nationally-ranked Nazareth at 1 p.m. Saturday.

STEVENS TECH 11, HARTWICK 8

Stevens Tech2 5 1 3 _ 11

Hartwick1 2 2 3 _ 8

Stevens Tech (4-2, 3-0) goals-assists: John Dolny 3-1, Daniel Prakopcyk 3-0, Alex Heckman 2-0, Matt Keating 1-1, Christopher Laurita 1-0, Brandon Faubert 1-0, Trey Bandy 0-1, Joey Simone 0-1.

Hartwick (3-4, 1-2) g-a: Vito DeMola 5-1, Steve Caramello 2-0, Brandon Wilk 1-0, Dan Hushion 0-2, Andrew Kraemer 0-1.

Goalies: Dave Decker (S) 14; John Meade (H) 10.

Maritime 14, O-State 12

Lawrence Montreuil had four goals and an assist to lead host SUNY Maritime to a non-conference victory.

Scott Weiner had four goals and two assists to lead Oneonta State (2-3), which got two goals apiece from Andy Hilton, P.J. Grasso and Pete Glass.

Dennis Headrick contributed a goal and an assist for the Red Dragons, who visit UMass-Boston at 1 p.m. Saturday.

Maritime 14, O-State 12

O-State4 2 2 4 _ 12

Maritime3 2 6 3 _ 14

O-State (2-3): Scott Weiner 4-2, Andy Hilton 2-0, P.J. Grasso 2-0, Pete Glass 2-0, Dennis Headrick 1-1, Troy Lepore 1-0, Tyler Dunne 0-1.

Maritime (6-1): Lawrence Montreuil 4-1, Steven Doherty 3-3, Donald Toby 3-1, Keith Fricke 2-1, Steve Hackeling 2-0, Dan Roach 0-1, Alex Rosero 0-1.

Shots: O 45; M 48.

Goalies: Kyle Reich (O) 16; Colin Gallagher (M) 17.

Men's Tennis

Hartwick 6, Principia 3

Hartwick earned its first victory this season by winning four singles matches and two of three in doubles play during its spring trip to Hilton Head, S.C.

Eric Des Roberts and Sean Barr downed Christian Hagenlocher and Cameron Huber, 8-3, at second doubles for Hartwick (1-1), which also received a victory at No. 3 doubles from Dave Altman and Ryan Hughes. They topped Eric Lines and Colby Howe, 8-5.

DesRoberts, Barr, Altman and Hughes won the Nos. 3-6 singles matches, respectively, to clinch the team victory. Hartwick's top two singles players, Dan Riviello and Dan Meininger, respectively, went a combined 0-3. Riviello fell, 6-2, 7-5, to Graham Wightman and Meininger dropped a three-set match, 6-1, 5-7, 11-9, to Clayton DeLaney. The two then fell, 8-4, at No. 1 doubles to Wightman and DeLaney.

Hartwick closes its spring trip Friday against Franklin (Ind.).

HARTWICK 6, PRINCIPIA 3

at Hilton Head, S.C.

Singles: Graham Wightman (P) def. Dan Riviello, 6-2, 7-5; Clayton DeLaney (P) def. Dan Meininger, 6-1, 5-7, 11-9; Eric DesRoberts (H) def. Christian Hagenlocher, 6-4, 6-2; Sean Barr (H) def. Cameron Huber, 6-0, 6-2; Dave Altman (H) def. Eric Lines, 6-3, 6-1; Ryan Hughes (H) def. Colby Howe, 6-4, 6-0.

Doubles: Wightman and DeLaney (P) def. Riviello and Meininger, 8-4; DesRoberts and Barr (H) def. Hagenlocher and Huber, 8-3; Altman and Hughes (H) def. Lines and Howe, 8-5.

Taylor University 9, O-State 0

Fourth singles player Mark Cannizzaro was the lone Oneonta State player to win a set in the Red Dragons' non-league loss at Orlando, Fla.

Cannizzaro lost to Dave Smith, 4-6, 6-1, 10-1 _ the latter score the result of a first-player-to-10 tiebreaker.

O-State's Matt Hanson and Cannizzaro lost to Jorge Burmicky and Jack Reed, 9-7, at second doubles.

The Red Dragons (5-4) play Lindenhurst College today in Orlando.

Taylor University 9, O-State 0

at Orlando, Fla.

Singles: Felipe Bedon def. Matt Steinhauser, 6-2, 6-0; Jorge Burmicky def. Matt Hanson, 6-4, 6-1; Greg Branda def. Jon Dorin, 7-6 (7-2), 6-0; Dave Smith def. Mark Cannizzaro, 4-6, 6-1, 10-1 (tiebreaker); Kyle Brown def. Will Sacco, 6-3, 6-1; Bryce Perkins def. Scott Bell, 6-3, 6-0.

Doubles: Branda and Bedon def. Steinhauser and Jeremy Goldberg, 8-1; Burmicky and Jack Reed def. Hanson and Cannizzaro, 9-7; Andrew Miller and Dave Smith def. Dorin and Bell, 8-3.

Orange CC 7, Delhi 2

First singles player Kasey Carpentier and sixth singles player Josh Crawford won matches for SUNY Delhi in its road loss.

Carpentier defeated Stephen Gould, 3-6, 6-3, 10-7, winning the match by being the first player to win 10 points in a final set tiebreaker. Crawford won, 6-0, 6-0, over Kushan Patel.

Delhi (0-1) travels to Maryland on Saturday and Sunday to take part in an eight-team tournament.

Orange CC 7, Delhi 2

at Orange Community College

Singles: Kasey Carpentier (D) def. Stephen Gould, 3-6, 6-3, 10-7; Amar Singh (O) def. Jarrett Pilkington, 6-0, 6-0; Andrew Pantaloukas (O) def. Mark Doctuer, 6-1, 6-0; Aaron Santiago (O) def. Dan Brewster, 6-2, 1-6, 10-8; Anwar Shah (O) def. Kim Roberts, 6-1, 6-1; Josh Crawford (D) def. Kushan Patel, 6-0, 6-0.

Doubles: Singh and Gould (O) def. Carpentier and Pilkington, 8-2; Pantaloukas and Santiago (O) def. Brewster and Roberts, 8-2; Shah and Nick Anderson (O) def. Crawford and Nick Benjamin, 8-3.

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