Hartwick College's 16th-ranked women's water polo team knocked off No. 10 Long Beach State, 8-6, on Saturday to complete its trip to California with a 7-2 record.

The Hawks (21-8) received goals from Charlotte Mensink and Shannon Leonard in the fourth quarter, when it held Long Beach State scoreless.

The Hawks and 49ers scored three times apiece in the opening quarter. Hartwick's Allyssa Analytis then scored the only goal in the second quarter, but LBS tied it at 6 at the end of the third.

Jessica McKee scored twice to lead Hartwick, which got five saves from Jess Dorman.

Hartwick also fell, 14-7, to 13th-ranked Cal Irvine on Saturday. Capparelli scored twice and Dorman made 11 saves.

Hartwick visits Bucknell this Saturday.


O-State wins three

Oneonta State completed a weekend sweep of Oswego with a 5-2 SUNY Athletic Conference road win Sunday, extending its streak to seven.

Christopher Smith allowed two hits and struck out six over six scoreless innings for the Red Dragons (11-6, 6-0), who opened the scoring with three runs in the third inning on RBI groundouts from Bryan Marotta and Mike Mascari and an RBI single by Pete Lindner.

On Saturday, Oneonta beat Oswego, 9-2 and 3-1.

Josh Herzenberg (3-0) struck out six, scattered nine hits and allowed two runs over eight innings in the first game.

Jeffrey Carter (2-0) went 6 2/3 innings in the second game, striking out four and allowing three hits. Chris Tyson retired the final batter for his second save.

Oswego (10-6) fell to 0-3 in conference.

O-State hosts Plattsburgh at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday in the opener of a six-game homestand.

Cobleskill goes 1-3

SUNY Cobleskill dropped a North Eastern Athletic Conference doubleheader at Gallaudet University on Sunday. The Fighting Tigers (3-8, 1-3) lost both games, 2-1.

Cobleskill's Andre Murray doubled and scored on a single by Pete Green (Cooperstown) in the fifth inning to cap the scoring in the first game.

Teammate Sean Rockefeller, who went 4-for-4 in the second game, scored in the first inning on an RBI single by Al Duell.

On Saturday, Cobleskill followed a 6-3 loss with a 7-2 victory over NEAC host Penn State Harrisburg.

Rockefeller, Tim Pyszczynski, Jason Biron and Nick Cerone had two hits apiece in the first game. Greg Falk threw a seven-hitter with three strikeouts and one walk to lead Cobleskill in the second game, which featured three hits by Rockefeller.


O-State goes 2-2

After starting the weekend with a SUNYAC doubleheader sweep at Oswego on Saturday, visiting Oneonta State fell, 9-2 and 8-1, to conference rival Cortland on Sunday.

Freshman Tricia Kendziera scored Oneonta's runs in the first game against Cortland, on a single by Sam Voncina in the first and a double by Jillian Serrano in the third that made it 2-1. Cortland pulled away with five runs in the fourth.

Oneonta (8-7, 2-2) had four hits in the second game, along with an RBI groundout from Kendziera.

On Saturday, Oneonta routed Oswego, 13-0 and 7-1.

Katie Hackenburg and Jaime Lukas homered during a 10-run second inning in the first game and Kalyn Deso homered in the fourth.

In the second game, Voncina's fifth homer of the season came in the second and tied the score at 1. Hackenburg's RBI single in the third made it 2-1. She also contributed an RBI double during Oneonta's three-run fifth. Winning pitcher Jessica Bartalsky struck out 13.

The Red Dragons travel to Union for a doubleheader Tuesday.

Cobleskill swept twice

Cazenovia swept a NEAC doubleheader, 11-3 and 10-7, at Cobleskill on Sunday.

Walton graduate Casey Kelly had two of Cobleskill's five hits in the opener. Nichole Gushaw and Nicole Gannon each had three hits in the second game, and Kelsey Dezalia had two hits and three RBIs.

On Saturday, Cobleskill followed a 9-4 loss with a 14-9 setback against visiting Morrisville. Dezalia had three hits, and Gushaw and Ivy Keator (Davenport) had two hits apiece in the first game. Kelly, Autumn Ackermann and Gannon each had two hits in the second game.

Cobleskill (0-8, 0-6) hosts SUNYIT on Wednesday.


Buffalo State 14, O-State 8

Rebecca Monteith, Caroline Tulley and Heidi Kissinger scored two goals apiece, but visiting Oneonta State lost in the SUNYAC on Saturday.

Buffalo State (6-3) led, 7-2, at halftime and maintained a five-goal lead the rest of the way.

The Red Dragons (0-8, 0-1) host Potsdam on Tuesday.

Utica 8, Hartwick 5

Hannah Kennedy scored twice and Erin Doyle had two assists for visiting Hartwick, which dropped an Empire 8 Conference game Saturday.

The Hawks (5-2, 1-1) received nine saves from senior Jen Kaye.

Ali Sisco's goal midway through the second half pulled Hartwick to 6-5, but Utica (4-2, 1-1) answered with goals by Lily Fleskes and Tammy Kohanski.

Hartwick hosts Elmira at 1 p.m. Saturday.


St. John Fisher 13, Hartwick 4

Host St. John Fisher, ranked 12th among NCAA Division III teams, scored the first nine goals in an E8 victory Saturday.

Dave Aitchinson, Phil Schaefer, Harry Hughes and Jake Cooper scored for the Hawks (5-4, 0-2), who visit sixth-ranked Stevens Institute of Technology on Wednesday.

Cortland 22, O-State 4

Fourth-ranked Cortland (5-2) bolted to a 10-1 halftime lead en route to a SUNYAC road victory.

Mike Salerno, John Young, Jimmy van de Veerdonk and Patrick Tierney scored for O-State (1-7), which received two assists from Blair Hanson. Oneonta hosts Potsdam this Saturday.

Keuka 11, Cobleskill 4

Andy Delvalle scored three goals and Kevin Whitcomb had one for Cobleskill, which lost a NEAC game at home Saturday.

Keuka (3-4, 1-1) scored five times in the second quarter to take a 6-2 lead into halftime.

The Fighting Tigers (2-4, 0-2) travel to Oswego on Wednesday.


PS Abington 6, Cobleskill 3

Steve Carey, Nate McGregor and Austin Kelly won at first, second and fifth singles, respectively, in Cobleskill's North Atlantic Conference Western Division opener on the road Saturday.

Cobleskill (0-2, 0-1) hosts Sage College at 4 p.m. today.


Roadrunner Invitational

Shaquell Windley won the 400 meters in an ECAC-qualifying time of 49.39 seconds to lead Cobleskill on Saturday at Ramapo College. Windley also placed second in the 200 (22.40).

Cobleskill also received a third from Conor Cashin in the 1,500 (4:05.83).

Claire Reynolds led Cobleskill's women with a sixth in the triple jump (34 feet, 4 1/4 inches).

Cobleskill will compete in the Coach P Invitational at Moravian on Saturday.

Zavior Brown helped SUNY Delhi set two meet records. He won the 800 in 1:53.40 and ran the last leg of the victorious 1,600 meter relay team (3:23.71).

Jason Demidow contributed two thirds _ in the 110 hurdles (16.32) and the 400 hurdles (58.72).

Chris Burnett (Afton) placed seventh in the 5,000 and Tyler Foulds (Unadilla Valley) was 12th in the discus.

Andrea Sonnacchio placed seventh in the pole vault (8-0) and the triple jump (34-2 1/4) to lead Delhi's women.

Lauren Schuppel (Walton) and Sara Bilz (Laurens) also had top-20 finishes for the Broncos, who will host the Weekday Bronco Classic on Wednesday.


Zone II Region II

Lauren Lamoureaux and Fracesca Brattoli earned top-five finishes for Hartwick in the season-ending Zone II Region II Championships on Saturday at Skidmore.

Lamoureux placed third in intermediate flat and eighth in intermediate fences. Brattoli secured a fifth in walk trot canter.

Rachael Suite (novice fences) and Elizabeth Allers (novice flat) also participated for the Hawks.

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