Oneonta High graduate Michelle Seeger helped Cortland State set a pair of school records during the SUNY Athletic Conference swimming championships two weeks ago at Erie Community College in Buffalo.

Seeger, a senior, joined, Jessica Evans, M.K. Dugue and Sarah Culmo on a 200-yard freestyle relay that touched in a winning time of 1 minute, 35.79 seconds. That broke the school record of 1:37.56 set in 2007 and tied the conference record set by Geneseo in 2009.

Seeger, Culmo, Evans and Caitlin Lanigan also broke a school record in the 400 free relay. They finished in 3:32.25, breaking the mark of 3:34.36 set the year before.

Seeger also finished third in the 100 butterfly (59.37) and seventh in the 100 free (54.01).

Danielle Gravel

Sidney graduate Gravel earned First Team all-North Eastern Athletic Conference honors for the Keuka College women's basketball team.

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Gravel, a sophomore guard, led the NEAC champions in scoring at 13.8 points per game and three-point field goals made with 52. She also had 58 steals, 41 assists and averaged 3.0 rebounds.

Keuka's 19-6 season ended Friday with a 39-32 loss to Mary Washington in an NCAA Division III first-round game.

Brendan Harder

Rochester Institute of Technology senior Brendan Harder (Oneonta High) averaged 14.7 points and 6.6 rebounds for the Engineers this season.

Harder led the team in rebounding, shot 51 percent from the field and blocked a team-best 29 shots.

He had his college-high of 36 points in RIT's 73-71 victory over Skidmore on Feb. 11. He also grabbed 15 rebounds and blocked four shots that night.

RIT finished 9-16.

Phil Pohl

Senior catcher Pohl (Cooperstown) is hitting .371 for Clemson University's Division I program thus far.

Through nine games, Pohl has three home runs, two doubles and 12 RBIs, which is tied for first among Tigers hitters. His 13 hits, four homers and nine runs all rank second on Clemson.

Pohl, The Daily Star's Player of the Year in 2007 and 2008, was drafted out of high school by the Tampa Bay Rays in the 44th round of the 2008 First-Year Player Draft but elected to go Clemson on scholarship.

Clemson is 5-4.

Jen Wehner

Cooperstown graduate Wehner was selected to play in the New England Women's Basketball Association All-Star game March 24 at Western New England University.

Wehner will graduate as Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts' all-time leading scorer with 1,606 points. She led MCLA in scoring the past three seasons. Wehner is also the school's all-time leading rebounder.

She was one of 22 seniors in the region selected to play in the All-Star game.

As a senior, Wehner averaged 16.3 points and 11.7 rebounds.

MCLA went 15-13.

Jessie Winans

Afton graduate Winans has started all 17 games for Division I Coastal Carolina's softball team this season.

Winans, a sophomore shortstop, is hitting .211. She has eight hits on the season, including three doubles, one triple and two home runs. She's also has 12 walks and 16 strikeouts.

Winans, a five-time Daily Star Player of the Year, also has six runs and six RBIs.

Coastal Carolina is 13-4.

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