Oneonta State issued nine walks and committed four errors in a 15-3 SUNY Athletic Conference baseball loss to Brockport State on Sunday at Onondaga Community College.
Brockport (8-6, 1-3) scored seven times in the eighth inning to take a 12-3 lead.
Brett Sanders had three hits and three RBIs, and Brendan Swayne had three hits and scored three times to lead Brockport.
Dillon Merola had two hits for the Red Dragons (3-7, 0-1). Sean Mullins and Samuel Beaulac contributed an RBI apiece for O-State.
Unatego graduate Dan Shelton threw a scoreless inning of relief for O-State, which will play Brockport in a doubleheader at noon today at Houghton College.
Oneonta 12, Oswego 7
Connor Coyle's three goals and two assists paced Oneonta State, which opened its SUNY Athletic Conference schedule with a victory in a game moved to Fayetteville-Manlius High because of field conditions.
Coyle assisted Robert Neubert's goal to give the Red Dragons a 6-3 lead five minutes into the third quarter. Coyle's goal with two seconds left in the period allowed Oneonta to take a 9-7 lead into the fourth quarter.
Daniel King and Neubert scored two goals apiece for Oneonta, which outscored the Lakers (3-3, 0-1), 3-0, in the fourth quarter.
Ryan Adler made six saves for the Red Dragons (4-4, 1-0), who will travel to Brockport State at 1 p.m. Saturday.
St. John Fisher 11, Hartwick 2
Host St. John Fisher scored the first five goals and cruised to an Empire 8 Conference victory Saturday.
Hartwick (0-5, 0-2) received goals from Evan Petillo and Sean Brown.
Matthew Condon scored five times for St. John Fisher (5-3, 1-1).
Mike Rourke stopped 12 shots for the Hawks, who will play at Stevens at 4 p.m. Wednesday.
Medaille 6, Cobleskill 5
Visiting SUNY Cobleskill scored five times in a five-minute span of the fourth quarter before falling in a North Eastern Athletic Conference game Saturday.
David Groves' goal with 7:29 left gave the Medaille (2-1, 1-0) a 6-0 lead.
Logan Carsten and Anthony Yevoli then scored 1:25 apart to make it 6-2. Yevoli's goal came on a man-down situation.
Kyle Magdziuk followed with back-to-back goals, the latter coming with 3:07 to go to make it 6-4. Chris Wright's goal off an assist from Magdziuk with 1:46 remaining made it a one-goal game, but that's as close as the Fighting Tigers would get.
Magdziuk also won 12 of 15 faceoffs.
The Fighting Tigers (2-4, 0-1) will host Cazenovia at 4 p.m. Wednesday.
Oneonta 16, Oswego 9
Freshman Taylor Casey scored six goals as Oneonta State opened its SUNY Athletic Conference schedule with a victory over Oswego at Fayetteville-Manlius High.
Casey scored twice as the Red Dragons (3-6) opened a 4-0 lead.
Leading by four at halftime, O-State scored four of the first five goals of the second half to take an 11-4 lead. Casey scored two more goals during that stretch.
Jillian Donodeo had four goals and three assists, and Nikki Fioretti contributed three goals and one assist for O-State. Katie Flannery finished with two goals and one assist for the Red Dragons, who will host West Street rival Hartwick at 5 p.m. Tuesday.
Utica 18, Hartwick 7
Visiting Utica College scored six times before the Empire 8 Conference was 3 1/2 minutes old en route to victory Saturday.
Hartwick (2-4) dropped to 1-2 in the E8. Utica (5-3) is 1-1 in conference play.
Courtney Coons, Lauren Rosenberg, Ashley Werner, Jessie Matt, Megan Young, Emily Jweid and Colleen Jones scored for Hartwick.
Young and Jweid had two assists apiece.
After Utica scored the game’s first six goals, Coons' goal made it 6-1. The Pioneers answered with six more goals to make it 12-1.
Utica was paced by Megan Kane’s seven goals.
Hartwick will travel to Oneonta State at 5 p.m. Tuesday.
Arizona State 14, Hartwick 2
Blanca Anton Cuesta and Lara Dendy Young scored for visiting Hartwick College, which was routed by eighth-ranked Arizona State on Saturday.
The Sun Devils scored the game's first seven goals and led, 11-1, in the fourth quarter.
The Hawks (13-18) will play Connecticut College and host Brown on Saturday.
SUNY Delhi received victories from Walter Briggs and Brian McLeod, during Saturday's Wagner Invitational.
Briggs won the 400-meter hurdles in 56.83 seconds. McLeod cleared 6-feet, 2 3/4 inches to win the high jump.
Oneonta High graduate Mitchel Couch contributed third-place finishes in the discus and hammer throw for the Broncos. Couch's best discus throw went 133-7. He went 150-6 in the hammer.
Jennifer Jelic, an OHS grad, and Delhi graduate Abby Hall led Delhi's women. Jelic placed second in the 200 (27.80) and the 100 hurdles (16.59).
Hall finished fourth in the shot put (33-4 1/2) and the discus (80-1).
Hamilton 8, O-State 1
First singles player Brynn Sussman earned a 6-4, 6-3 victory over Bella Schoning, but visiting Oneonta State lost a non-conference match Saturday.
Since 1999, senior Sussman has the most victories by an O-State women's player.
O-State will travel to Bard College on April 8.
Hamilton 9, O-State 0
Matteo Befi and Zach Lasky lost in third-set super tiebreakers as visiting O-State was swept in a non-conference match Saturday.
Befi, at third singles, lost, 10-8, in his tiebreaker. Sixth singles player Lasky had a match point before falling, 12-10, in the tiebreaker.
O-State will travel to SUNY Farmingdale at 1 p.m. Saturday.