Andres Rivera recorded 16 points as SUNY Oneonta’s top-scorer in its 101-70 win over Keystone Tuesday.

Sophomore Dylan Trombley added 12 points and nine rebounds for the Red Dragons, as the bench players figured for 45 points.

“I am proud of our team’s effort tonight,” O-State coach Cameron Conover said in a media release. “After the first three minutes, we played solid team defense for the rest of the game. I also thought we did a great job of sharing the ball. We will continue to work hard in practice as we prepare to resume SUNYAC conference play this weekend.”

Harrison Deegan (14 points), Kevin Mackin (13 points) and Sean Nolan (10 points) also contributed on offense.

O-State shot 55% from the field, outrebounded Keystone 42-34, and tallied 24 assists.

SUNY Oneonta (6-3) will host New Paltz at 4 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 11.

SUNY Delhi 108,

Northern Vermont-Lyndon 92

SUNY Delhi downed host Northern Vermont-Lyndon Tuesday afternoon for its third consecutive win.

The Broncos shot 51.8% from the field and tallied a 51-33 advantage in rebounds, which translated to a 26-8 clip in second-chance points.

Payton Dean and Mavenson Therneus each recorded double-doubles for SUNY Delhi as Dean deposited 15 points and 14 rebounds while Therneus had 11 points and 11 rebounds.

The Broncos withstood the Hornets’ offensive attack as they shot 52.3% from the field and went 15-of-34 from 3-point land.

SUNY Delhi led 56-48 at halftime and widened the gap to as high as 22 points in the second half.

The win marks the third time the Broncos have surpassed 100 points in a game this season.

SUNY Delhi (10-6) will host Morrisville State at 3 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 9.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Northern Vermont-Lyndon 73,

SUNY Delhi 55

Sam Acuna and Diana Echols each recorded 14 points but SUNY Delhi fell to host Northern Vermont-Lyndon Tuesday, snapping a two-game win streak.

The Broncos trailed 17-15 at the end of the first quarter, but the Hornets outscored SUNY Delhi 22-13 in the second quarter, including a 7-0 run before the intermission, and never looked back.

Alissa Mitchell scored a game-high 18 points for Lyndon while Lea Crompton and Faith Poirier each concluded with 15 points.

Offensive rebounds favored the Hornets 20-12, which gave them a 19-8 lead in second-chance points.

The Broncos committed 24 turnovers and Lyndon converted those into 26 points. SUNY Delhi managed 10 points off of turnovers.

SUNY Delhi (3-12) will host Maine Fort Kent at 12 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 11.

SUNY Cobleskill 59, Mount Holyoke 33

SUNY Cobleskill outscored Mount Holyoke in every quarter, including a 28-10 clip in the second half, in its win Tuesday at Iorio Gym.

TyLysa Martinez registered 21 points for the Fighting Tigers and added five rebounds and four steals.

Gabby Muraczewski was the only other player for SUNY Cobleskill to surpass double-digits in points with 12.

The Fighting Tigers shot well, making 38.2% of their field goals and 26.7% of their 3-pointers.

SUNY Cobleskill (6-4) will visit Penn State Abington at 3 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 11

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