Host Hartwick College received a goal in the 60th minute from senior Jherrett Maroney to beat St. Joseph's, 1-0, in a non-conference men's soccer game Sunday.

The victory marked the Hawks' third in their last four games and evened their record at 4-4-2.

Maroney received a throughball from Greg Mathers and took a shot that was saved by Andrew D'Ottavi as the two men collided. Maroney quickly got to his feet and kicked in the rebound for his first goal in a Hartwick uniform.

Mateo Munarriz and Tom Buckner combined on the shutout. Munarriz made three saves, including a diving stop early in the second half.

Hartwick held an 18-10 advantage in shots.

The Hawks travel to Adelphi at 7 p.m. Wednesday.

Hartwick 1, St. Joseph's 0

St. Joseph's     0 0 _ 0

Hartwick     0 1 _ 1

St. Joseph's (1-7): None.

Hartwick (4-4-2): Jherrett Maroney 1-0, Greg Mathers 0-1.

Shots-corner kicks: S 10-3; H 18-3.

Goalies: Andrew D'Ottavi (S) 7; Tom Buckner (H) 0; Mateo Munarriz (H) 3.

O-State 2, Geneseo 1

Daniel Josepher scored twice to lead Oneonta State to an overtime SUNYAC victory Saturday at Red Dragon Field.

Josepher's winner came off a double-assist by Nicholas Lange and Nicholas Gregg 5:21 into the extra period.

Oneonta (6-2-2, 3-0-1) extended its unbeaten streak to eight matches and tied its program record for consecutive home games without a loss, at 23. The latter streak started with a scoreless tie against Plattsburgh on Oct. 9, 2009.

Josepher also opened the scoring, converting a pass from Alex Shkreli in the 82nd minute.

Neil Allen headed a long free kick from Matt Solimano past O-State goalie Max Siegelman (two saves) about seven minutes later for Geneseo (6-3-1, 3-1).

The Red Dragons host Potsdam on Friday.

O-State 2, Geneseo 1

Geneseo     0 1 0 _ 1

Oneonta State     0 1 1 _ 2

Geneseo (6-3-1, 3-1): Neil Allen 1-0, Matt Solimano 0-1.

Oneonta State (6-2-2, 3-0-1): Daniel Josepher 2-0, Alex Shkreli 0-1, Nicholas Lange 0-1, Nicholas Gregg 0-1.

Shots-corner kicks: G 8-6; O 7-7.

Goalies: Sam Murphy (G) 2; Max Siegelman (O) 2.

Cobleskill 1, Gallaudet 0

Noah Chapin's goal in the 86th minute lifted visiting SUNY Cobleskill to a North Eastern Athletic Conference win Sunday.

After taking a pass from Tyler Shaw, Chapin scored into the lower left corner of the goal.

Delhi graduate Pat Cobane made five saves for the Fighting Tigers (3-8, 2-3), who host Keuka at 1 p.m. Saturday.

Cobleskill 1, Gallaudet 0

SUNY Cobleskill     0 1 _ 1

Gallaudet     0 0 _ 0

SUNY Cobleskill (3-8, 2-3): Noah Chapin 1-0, Tyler Shaw 0-1.

Gallaudet (0-8, 0-5): None.

Shots-corner kicks: C 26-12; G 8-3.

Goalies: Patrick Cobane (C) 5; Jordan Ramser (G) 11, Team (G) 1.

Finger Lakes 3, Delhi 1

Walton graduate Matt Bartlett scored two minutes into play for SUNY Delhi, which lost on the road Saturday. Bartlett headed in a crossing pass from Brandon Stoll from 6 yards.

Mike Bernard scored on a direct kick 3:08 before halftime to give Finger Lakes a 2-1 lead.

The Broncos (2-6-2, 2-5-2) play host to Fulton-Montgomery at 4 p.m. Tuesday.

Finger Lakes 3, Delhi 1

Delhi     1 0 _ 1

Finger Lakes     2 1 _ 3

Delhi (2-6-2, 2-5-2): Matt Bartlett 1-0, Brandon Stoll 0-1.

Finger Lakes: Parker Weeks 2-0, Mike Bernard 1-0.

Shots-corner kicks: D 6-2; F 7-3.

Goalie: Tyler Kraus (D) 4; Jared Coates (F) 5.

WOMEN'S SOCCER

O-State 1, Geneseo 0

Freshman Elise Moinzadeh's first collegiate goal secured a SUNYAC victory for visiting Oneonta State on Saturday.

Moinzadeh scored from inside the 6-yard box in the 53rd minute, converting Kayla Brantmeyer's pass from the left side.

Amy Lusby made two saves for the Red Dragons (4-5, 3-1), who finished with advantages of 6-2 in shots and 5-1 in corner kicks. O-State visits Potsdam on Friday.

O-State 1, Geneseo 0

Oneonta State     0 1 _ 1

Geneseo     0 0 _ 0

Oneonta State (4-5, 3-1): Elise Moinzadeh 1-0, Kayla Brantmeyer 0-1.

Geneseo (7-3-1, 1-2-1): None.

Shots-corner kicks: O 6-5; G 2-1.

Goalies: Amy Lusby (O) 2; Julia Sanger (G) 4.

Ithaca 4, Hartwick 1

Schenevus graduate Jayme Bentley set up Hartwick's goal with a pass to Katie Schild, who scored in the 65th minute Saturday to earn a point for the fourth straight game.

Schild's goal pulled the Hawks (2-5, 0-3) to 3-1 against the 14th-ranked Bombers (7-0-2, 3-0), who capped the scoring when Amanda Callanan converted her second goal in the 69th minute of the Empire 8 Conference match.

Schild also ended Hartwick's seven-game scoreless stretch against Ithaca, dating back to 2003. The Hawks visit Union on Tuesday.

Ithaca 4, Hartwick 1

Ithaca     2 2 _ 4

Hartwick     0 1 _ 1

Ithaca (7-0-2, 3-0): Ellyn Grant-Keane 1-0, Caroline Jastremski 0-1, Amanda Callanan 2-0, Julie Winn 1-1.

Hartwick (2-5, 0-3): Kate Schild 1-0, Jayme Bentley 0-1.

Shots-corner kicks: I 16-5; H 6-2.

Goalies: Becca Salant (I) 3; Teagan Waddingham (H) 3, Hope Brown (H) 1.

Cobleskill 2, Gallaudet 1

Margaretville graduate Erica Faulkner scored twice, including the winner in the 61st minute, to lead visiting SUNY Cobleskill in the NEAC on Sunday.

Faulkner's go-ahead goal came off a pass from Edmeston graduate Samantha Martin, who set Faulkner up on the left side. In the 14th minute, Faulkner scored on a 30-yard shot to give Cobleskill a 1-0 lead.

The Fighting Tigers (3-6-2, 2-3-2) travel to Castleton State at 7 p.m. Wednesday.

Cobleskill 2, Gallaudet 1

SUNY Cobleskill     1 1 _ 2

Gallaudet     0 1 _ 1

SUNY Cobleskill (3-6-2, 2-3-2): Erica Faulkner 2-0, Emily Lesperance 0-1, Samantha Martin 0-1.

Gallaudet (0-9, 0-5): Tiffany Narciso 1-0, Lauren Sprague 0-1.

Shots-corner kicks: C 23-6; G 17-7.

Goalies: Jody Pendergast (C) 9; Casey McCullough (G) 9.

Finger Lakes 9, Delhi 0

Cayli Carmona and Hannah Dalle had three goals apiece as Finger Lakes cruised to a road victory Saturday.

Annie Millar made 19 saves against Finger Lakes, which is the 11th-ranked NJCAA Division III team.

Finger Lakes 9, Delhi 0

Finger Lakes     4 5 _ 9

Delhi     0 0 _ 0

Finger Lakes (11-0-1): Hannah Dalle 3-0, Lindsay Shull 1-0, Tara Radkiewicz 0-2, Cayli Carmona 3-2, Rebecca Giapuzzi 2-0.

Delhi: None.

Shots-corner kicks: F 29-6; D 6-2.

Goalies: Kristy Kirkpatrick 2 (F), Julie Brooks (F) 1; Annie Millar (D) 19.

CROSS COUNTRY

Cazenovia Invitational

A 3-4-5 finish led Hartwick's men to the team title at the Cazenovia College Homecoming Invitational on Saturday.

John Wojtech, John Stuligross and freshman Gavin Jenkins placed 3-5, respectively, for the Hawks, who scored 46 points for the crown. Colgate placed second in the 10-team invitational with 66 points, followed by SUNY ESF at 68.

Brian Busby of SUNY ESF won the 8-kilometer race in 28:16.5. Wojtech crossed 14.5 seconds later, barely ahead of Stuligross (28:31.8) and Jenkins (28:32.0). Trevor Mayer placed 16th (29:44.50) and Matt Loignon finished 18th (29:55.30) for Hartwick, whose women placed seventh out of 10 teams.

Erika Gates covered the 5K women's course in 23:22.0, finishing 14th to lead the Hawks. Sheila Niedziela placed 26th (24:07.40) for Hartwick, which scored 172 points. Ithaca won the women's title with 48 points. SUNY ESF (54) and Paul Smith's (104) rounded out the top three women's teams.

FIELD HOCKEY

Hartwick 5, Elmira 1

Hartwick held a 4-0 lead after 13:05 en route to an Empire 8 rout of visiting Elmira (1-7, 1-2) on Saturday.

Senior Alicia Flewelling scored back-to-back goals _ at 2:37 and 4:49 _ for a 2-0 lead. Kelsey Kimble followed with an unassisted goal at 9:19, and Meghan Sweeney converted a pass from Flewelling at 13:05.

Flewelling's performance ended her string of 34 games without a point.

Brittany Baughman scored in the second half for the Hawks (4-6, 2-1), who won their seventh straight against Elmira.

Hartwick is at St. John Fisher this Saturday.

Hartwick 5, Elmira 1

Elmira     0 1 _ 1

Hartwick     4 1 _ 5

Elmira (1-7, 1-2): Gina Maffei 1-0, McKenna Light 0-1.

Hartwick (4-6, 2-1): Alicia Flewelling 2-1, Hiliary Carlson 0-1, Kelsey Kimble 1-0, Meghan Sweeney 1-0, Brittany Baughman 1-0.

Shots-penalty corners: E 13-14; H 19-10.

Goalies: Lauren Thomas (E) 1, Brooke Ramage (E) 5; Megan Campbell (H) 6; Devyn Staley (H) 4.

Oswego 3, O-State 2

Kelly Collins finished what she started, scoring the last and first goals of Oswego's home win in the SUNYAC on Saturday.

Collins gave the Lakers (3-8, 1-3) a 1-0 lead 1:21 into the match, but Oneonta (6-4, 1-2) responded with goals by Megan Warning and Ashley Morgan for a 2-1 lead. Lindsey Spatola tied it eight minutes before halftime for the Lakers, who got the decisive goal from Collins in the 69th minute.

Oneonta lost despite finishing with advantages of 22-10 in shots and 18-7 in penalty corners. The Red Dragons host Hamilton on Tuesday.

Oswego 3, O-State 2

Oneonta State     2 0 _ 2

Oswego     2 1 _ 3

Oneonta State (6-4, 1-2): Megan Warning 1-0, Ashley Morgan 1-0.

Oswego (3-8, 1-3): Kelly Collins 2-0, Lindsey Spatola 1-0.

Shots-penalty corners: One 22-18; Osw 10-7.

Goalies: Tess Tracy (One) 4; Julie Janusz (Osw) 11.

FOOTBALL

Ithaca 27, Hartwick 13

Mike Conti secured Ithaca's Empire 8 Conference victory with an 88-yard interception return for a touchdown as Hartwick lost a homecoming game that drew 781 fans to Wright Stadium on Saturday.

Trailing, 21-13, Hartwick drove to Ithaca's 28-yard line with 13.6 seconds to play. Quarterback Dan Brainard then threw an incomplete pass, setting up a third-and-4 with a little more than six seconds left. Conti followed with the decisive play, intercepting a pass at Ithaca's 12-yard line and running it back for a touchdown as time expired.

The Hawks (2-2, 0-1) lost despite a 393-290 advantage in total yards. They also turned over the ball seven times against the Bombers (3-1, 1-1), who got touchdown passes in the first and second quarters from Jason Hendel to build a 14-0 halftime lead.

Each team scored twice in the last 6:50.

Hartwick cut its deficit to 14-7 when Brainard hit Jordan Wilkins for a 6-yard TD pass, but Dan Ruffrage helped restore Ithaca's lead to 14 points when he ran back the ensuing kickoff 91 yards up the right sideline for a touchdown.

The Hawks answered with a 10-play, 66-yard scoring drive on the next possession. Brainard's 1-yard sneak pulled Hartwick to 21-13, but Ithaca's Spence White blocked Alex Tesoriero extra-point attempt.

Tesoriero made up for the miscue with an onside kick that Hartwick recovered at its 43. The Hawks then moved the ball to Ithaca's 28, but their drive stalled when a Brainard pass skipped through the hands of Frankie Molina and into the arms of Ithaca defensive back Josh Liemer.

The Bombers had the ball with 2:30 to play, but Hartwick forced a punt that set up its final drive at the Hawks' 25 with 57 seconds to play. Hartwick's last drive included a 30-yard catch by Molina and an fourth-and-1 reception by Nick Clair that went for 11 yards.

Brainard went 30-for-49 for 306 passing yards. Brainard's 30 completions marked his most at the college level.

Molina finished with 89 yards on a game-high eight catches. Wilkins had seven catches for 75 yards, and Clair caught seven passes for 63 yards.

Hendel finished 18-for-26 for 217 passing yards to pace Ithaca, which got 76 yards on five catches from Joseph Ingrao and 75 yards on six catches from Dan Ruffrage.

Linebackers RJ Roth and Jordan Spirou had nine tackles apiece to lead Hartwick's defense, which got an interception from Delhi graduate Davionne Price.

Hartwick has lost four straight against the Bombers since a 32-30 victory at Wright Stadium in 2007. The Hawks are 4-15 all-time against Ithaca.

Hartwick visits 10th-ranked Alfred University at 1 p.m. this Saturday.

Ithaca 27, Hartwick 13

Ithaca     7 7 0 13 _ 27

Hartwick     0 0 0 13 _ 13

I _ JJ Crandall 5 pass from Jason Hendel (A. Rogowski kick)

I _ Dan Ruffrage 15 pass from Jason Hendel (A. Rogowski kick)

H _ Jordan Wilkins 6 pass from Dan Brainard (Alex Tesoriero kick)

I _ Dan Ruffrage 91 kickoff return (A. Rogowski kick)

H _ Dan Brainard 1 run (kick blocked)

I _ Mike Conti 88 interception return

Ithaca rushing: Sal Sulla 16-43, Jason Hendel 6-14, Jarrett Naiden 7-12, A. Rogowski 1-4.

Hartwick rushing: Anthony Casimano 7-40, Nick Knauer 7-34, Dan Brainard 11-13.

Ithaca passing: Jason Hendel 18-for-26, 217 yards, 2 ints.

Hartwick passing: Dan Brainard 30-for-49, 306 yards, 2 ints.

Ithaca receiving: Dan Ruffrage 6-75, Joseph Ingrao 5-76, Jarrett Naiden 2-33, JJ Crandall 2-15, Matthew Hannon 1-11, Sal Sulla 1-5, R. Williamson 1-2.

Hartwick receiving: Frankie Molina 8-89, Jordan Wilkins 7-75, Nick Clair 7-63, Chris Hoose 3-29, Grady Edwards 2-12, Harley Edwards 1-23, Nick Knauer 1-9, Chris Okonski 1-6.

WOMEN'S TENNIS

Stevens 9, Hartwick 0

Host Hartwick lost all six singles matches in straight sets en route to an Empire 8 loss to Stevens (7-0, 4-0) on Sunday.

The Hawks' Kim Willet had the closest match of the day at second singles, losing, 6-3, 6-4, to Nicole Portner.

Hartwick (2-5, 1-4) plays host to Rensselaer on Wednesday.

Stevens 9, Hartwick 0

Sunday at Hartwick

Singles: Jessica Bourque def. Courtney Hinds, 6-0, 6-1; Nicole Portner def. Kim Willet, 6-3, 6-4; Danielle Stewart def. Nicole Schepisi, 6-0, 6-0; Mine Bese def. Lauren Michels, 6-1, 6-0; Lisa Tessitore def. Beth Feldman, 6-1, 6-2; Alexandra Handel def. Kristen Napolitano, 6-2, 6-4.

Doubles: Jessica Bourque and Lisa Tessitore def. Courtney Hinds and Kim Willet, 8-0; Nicole Portner and Mine Bese def. Nicole Schepisi and Kristen Napolitano, 8-1; Morgan Scalzi and Danielle Stewart def. Lauren Michels and Brittni Stasiuk, 8-2.

Elmira 5, Hartwick 4

Freshmen Courtney Hinds and Kim Willet earned a point for Hartwick with a 9-8 (7-5) victory at first doubles, but the Hawks dropped an Empire 8 match Saturday at Elmira (5-3, 3-2).

Nicole Schepisi, Lauren Michels and Kristen Napolitano contributed singles victories for the Hawks (2-4, 1-3).

Elmira 5, Hartwick 4

Saturday at Elmira

Singles: Briana Palmiero (E) def. Courtney Hinds, 3-6, 6-2, 6-2; Amy Schmidt (E) def. Kim Willet, 6-3, 6-4; Nicole Schepisi (H) def. Melanie Walker, 7-6 (5), 6-4; Lauren Michels (H) def. Alex Putney, 6-1, 6-0; Kayla Fitzgerald (E) def. Brittni Stasiuk, 6-0, 6-2; Kristen Napolitano (H) def. Micah Moskof, 6-3, 4-6, 10-7.

Doubles: Courtney Hinds and Kim Willet (H) def. Briana Palmiero and Alex Putney, 9-8 (7-5); Amy Schmidt and Melanie Walker (E) def. Nicole Schepisi and Kristen Napolitano, 8-2; Kayla Fitzgerald and Elyse Colby (E) def. Lauren Michels and Brittni Stasiuk, 8-4.

Delhi splits

SUNY Delhi won five of the six singles matches en route to a 7-2 Region III victory over visiting Adirondack on Saturday.

Lindsey DelVecchio remained unbeaten against region opponents and earned the Mountain Valley Conference title after beating Sam Barnitske, 6-0, 6-2, at first singles.

Margaretville graduate Sara Batka won her second college matcjh, beating Karen Cosey, 4-6, 6-2, 6-1 at fifth singles.

Batka's first college win the day before in Delhi's 8-1 loss at Mercer County. She beat Terrelle Womble, 6-4, 6-3, at sixth singles.

The Broncos (5-5) travel to Herkimer today. They'll host the Region III tournament this weekend.

Delhi 7, Adirondack 2

Saturday at Delhi

Singles: Lindsey DelVecchio (D) def. Sam Barnitske, 6-0, 6-2; Nina Marshall (A) def. Natalee Geirer, 2-6, 6-3, 6-2; Liana Salzano (D) def. Kasey Carota, 6-4, 7-6 (7-5); Patricia Anthony (D) def. Bridgette Sdeenk, 6-3, 6-2; Sara Batka (D) def. Karen Cosey, 4-6, 6-2, 6-1; Anna Hiraga (D) def. Rhiannon Johnson, 6-2, 6-0.

Doubles: Sam Barnitske and Kasey Carota (A) def. Lindsey DelVecchio and Natalee Geirer, 8-6; Patricia Anthony and Sara Batka (D) def. Nina Marshall and Karen Cosey, 8-1; Liana Salzano and Anna Hiraga (D) def. Sdeenk and Katie Elling, 8-4.

Mercer County 8, Delhi 1

Friday at Mercer

Singles: Alison Noll (M) def. Lindsey DelVecchio, 6-0, 6-2; Kari Courtney (M) def. Natalee Geirer, 6-1, 6-3; Ewa Szyszko (M) def. Liana Salzano, 6-1, 6-1; Kelly Tanzone (M) def. Patricia Anthony, 6-3, 6-3; Aline Vinoskaya (M) def. Anna Hiraga, 6-1, 6-0; Sara Batka (D) def. Terrelle Womble, 6-4, 6-3.

Doubles: Alison Noll and Ewa Szyszko (M) def. Lindsey DelVecchio and Natalee Geirer, 8-1; Kari Courtney and Aline Vinoskaya (M) def. Liana Salzano and Anna Hiraga, 8-0; Kelly Tanzone and Kristen Finn (m) def. Sara Batka and Patricia Anthony, 8-4.

VOLLEYBALL

Blue Devil Invitational

After winning twice Friday, Oneonta State lost, 25-20, 25-20, 25-14, to the host school and then fell, 25-16, 25-20, 13-25, 19-25, 15-12, to St. John Fisher in the Blue Devil Invitational on Saturday at Fredonia State.

O-State's Christina Fabiochi had eight kills, one more than teammate Stephanie Holt, against Fredonia. Brittany Calvello, the lone O-State player to earn all-tournament honors, contributed 23 assists and Jess Zerega finished with 10 digs.

Versus St. John Fisher, Fabiochi had 18 kills and Calvello had 38 assists. Cari English finished with seven kills and six blocks, and Zerega had 22 digs.

NEAC North

Losses to Cazenovia, host Keuka and Morrisville in a North Eastern Athletic Conference North Division competition dropped SUNY Cobleskill's record to 4-15 overall and 0-7 in the NEAC.

The Fighting Tigers lost to Cazenovia, 25-20, 25-12, 15-25, 25-18. They also lost, 25-13, 25-14, 25-14, to Keuka and fell, 11-25, 14-25, 25-20, 25-18, 15-11.

Oneonta High graduate Lauren Harder had 10 kills, three aces and two blocks to lead Cazenovia's win over Cobleskill.

Kady Porterfield had 19 kills over three matches to lead Cobleskill, which travels to Bard College at 7 p.m. Tuesday.

Region III POD

Victoria Baxendale had 34 assists and Megan Demers had 12 kills and 10 blocks as host SUNY Delhi beat Alfred State, 3-2, in a Region III POD match Sunday.

Vanessa Strong contributed 12 kills for the Broncos (6-12, 3-9 POD), who won, 23-25, 25-18, 21-25, 25-17, 15-12.

Baxendale also had 35 assists in a 3-1 loss (23-25, 25-20, 25-20, 28-26) to Monroe. Demers had 15 kills and eight blocks for Delhi, which received 14 kills and 10 blocks from Emily Miller.

Miller's six digs, five blocks and four kills paced Delhi in a 25-11, 25-22, 26-24 loss to Finger Lakes.

The Broncos are at Hudson Valley on Tuesday.

Region III POD

Sunday at SUNY Delhi

Delhi 3, Alfred State 2

Game scores: 23-25, 25-18, 21-25, 25-17, 15-12.

Delhi: Victoria Baxendale 34 assists, 6 digs; Emily Miller 8 kills, 6 digs, 4 blocks; Megan Demers 12 kills, 10 blocks; Vanessa Strong 12 kills, 9 digs.

Monroe 3, Delhi 1

Game scores: 23-25, 25-20, 25-20, 28-26.

Delhi: Victoria Baxendale 35 assists, 6 digs, 2 aces; Emily Miller 14 kills, 10 blocks; Megan Demers 15 kills, 8 blocks; Vanessa Strong 14 digs.

Finger Lakes 3, Delhi 0

Game scores: 25-11, 25-22, 26-24.

Delhi: Victoria Baxendale 15 assists, 2 blocks; Emily Miller 6 digs, 5 blocks, 4 kills; Megan Demers 5 kills, 3 blocks.

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