SUNY Cobleskill freshman Erin Wadsworth struck out 15 and walked three in a no-hitter to lead the Fighting Tigers to a 3-2 victory over SUNY Canton in the second game of a doubleheader Monday at Adirondack Sports Complex.
Canton won the opener, 7-0.
In the second game, Canton scored twice in the first inning without a hit. Both of the runs scored on a throwing error.
Wadsworth struck out the side three times.
Offensively, Cobleskill received an RBI groundout by Kayla Shea in the fourth inning, Kelsey DeZalia scored the tying run in the fifth inning on an error and DeZalia drove home the winning run in the bottom of the seventh with a two-out double to right.
In the opener, Canton’s Tina Deluca limited the Fighting Tigers to two hits. She struck out seven and walked none.
Allie Gibson homered and went 2-for-3 for the winners.
Cobleskill’s DeZalia went 1-for-3.
The Fighting Tigers (2-2) will next play Skidmore at 3:30 p.m. March 26.
Oneonta High graduate Taylor Trombley and Cecilia Campala had second-place finishes to lead Hartwick to a sixth-place showing in the Morrisville Show on Saturday.
The Hawks finished with 26 points and finished third in the region. They will compete in the regional show March 30 at Saratoga Springs.
Trombley finished runner-up in intermediate fences. Campala was second in open flat.
O-State player recognized
Oneonta State senior Caroline Tulley was named the SUNY Athletic Conference’s player of the week for women’s lacrosse.
Tulley led the Red Dragons to a 2-1 week to open the season.
She finished the week with 13 goals and five assists. Tulley had five goals in a 20-5 victory over Hartwick on Tuesday, and had four goals and one assist the next day in a 13-9 loss to Rensselaer. Then on Saturday, Tulley had four goals and two assists in O-State’s 23-10 win over Marywood University.
Hawks of the Week
Hartwick College named water polo center Sami Capparelli and lacrosse midfielder Kia Ference its Hawks of the Week.
Capparelli, a junior, scored 18 goals to the Hawks to four home victories Saturday. Hartwick defeated Gannon (16-7), St. Francis (19-7), Siena (22-13) and Marist (15-7).
It marks the fourth time this season Capparelli has been named as a Hawk of the Week.
She led Hartwick in scoring in each game, including five-goal games against Gannon and Marist. Capparelli had four-goal games against St. Francis and Siena.
She has 82 goals this season, which is tied for ninth-highest in program history.
Ference, a freshman, had two goals in a 20-5 loss to Oneonta State on Tuesday and scored five times in a 16-10 loss to New Paltz on Saturday. She leads the Hawks with 10 goals on the season.