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SUNY COBLESKILL FIGHTING TIGER WEEKLY RECAP 4/30/23

Written By Editor on 5/3/23 | 5/3/23


The SUNY Cobleskill baseball team won three-of-four home contests during the week defeating Utica College on Tuesday 7-6 and SUNY Oneonta 17-15 in non-league action then splitting a pair of North Atlantic Conference (NAC) games on Saturday versus SUNY Canton taking the first game 2-1 in extra innings before losing the second game by a 6-4 margin to move to 20-13 overall including a 13-2 record in NAC play to claim their third consecutive NAC Western Division Championship. Fighting Tiger sophomore outfielder Zach Ducorsky, Oceanside, N.Y., Oceanside High School, went 8-for-10 on the week for a .800 batting average with eight stolen bases, five runs scored and an RBI. 

Junior distance runner Nick Logan, Queensbury, N.Y., Queensbury High School, was the Fighting Tiger men’s track & field team’s top finisher at the 2023 North Atlantic Conference Outdoor Track & Field Championships hosted by the league at Colby College in Waterville, Maine over the Weekend winning the 1500-Meter Run in a conference record time of 4:02.90 while placing third overall in the 800-Meter Run with a time of 1:59.60. Led by Logan Cobleskill posted a team total of 59 points to finish in fifth place overall in the eight-team field. 

The Fighting Tiger women’s track & field team posted a team total score of 58 points to place fifth overall in an eight-team field at the 2023 North Atlantic Conference Outdoor Track & Field Championships hosted by the league at Colby College in Waterville, Maine over the weekend. Sophomore jumper Lilah Ward, Arlington, Vt., Arlington High School, won the High Jump at the event clearing a height of 4’11 ¾” at the meet.  

The men’s lacrosse team closed the season with a pair of NAC road losses during the week losing to SUNY Canton in Canton, N.Y. on Wednesday by a 15-5 margin then losing on Saturday at the SUNY Polytechnic Institute on Saturday 10-8 to close the season with an 8-5 overall record including a 3-5 record in NAC action. The Fighting Tigers were led by junior midfielder Sean D’Amaro, Northport, N.Y., Northport High School, who scored four goals, passed out two assists and picked up seven ground balls on the week.  

The Fighting Tiger women’s softball team lost four-of-five games to NAC opponents during the week splitting at home with SUNY Delhi on Tuesday taking the opener 7-3 then losing the nightcap by a 5-1 score. Cobleskill then lost three games over the weekend at Cazenovia College in Cazenovia, N.Y. losing twice on Friday by scores of 7-1 and 12-4 then dropping a 12-6 decision on Saturday to move to 11-23 overall on the year including a 6-6 record in conference play. Sophomore designated player Olivia DeMott, Sidney, N.Y., Sidney High School, went 10-for-15 during the week for a .625 batting average with a double, two home runs, five runs scored and three RBI. 


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