There now is a Mayfield duo running for the Hartwick women's cross country team as 2008 graduate Sierra Derby joins her former high-school running mate, Kim Negrich, in Oneonta.
Negrich placed second as Hartwick won a three-way meet with Oneonta State and SUNY Delhi with a time of 21:06 and Derby took seventh in 22:24.
Derby also took 65th in the Oneonta State Airfield Invitational with an improved 5K time of 20:12.
Kayla May (Johnstown) helped set up the only goal in the University of Louisville field hockey team's 1-0 win over No. 16 Rutgers.
Louisville is ranked No. 11 in the country. She also recorded two assists in a previous win over No. 4 Connecticut.
May has appeared in all 11 games for Louisville, starting 10, and is tied with Nicole Youman for the team scoring lead with 12 points. She has five goals and two assists.
David Parry (Gloversville) had two receptions for 11 yards in the Worcester Polytechnic Institute's loss to Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
Through four games, Parry has five catches for 45 yards.
Meghan Sleezer (Gloversville) made a season-high 10 saves as the Skidmore women's soccer team suffered a 2-0 loss to No. 25 Ithaca Saturday.
Sleezer has started eight of Skidmore's 10 games and has made 42 saves, while compiling a 6-2-1 record with three shutouts.
Megan McNamara (Johnstown) scored a goal and has two assists so far this season for the RPI field hockey team.
She has started all 10 of the Engineer's games this season and scored the game-winning goal that lifted the Engineers to a 2-1 win over No. 8 SUNY Cortland.
RPI is ranked 18th in the country.
Brian Yurkewecz (Fonda-Fultonville) finished third at the Towson Invitational for the University at Albany cross country team, finishing the 8K course in 26:37.
Overall, UAlbany finished third with 65 points.
It was Yurkewecz's second straight strong showing as he also finished second at the Commodore Classic at Vanderbilt University leading UAlbany to a second-place finish.
Matt Begeal (Wells) had an assist, helping the Hilbert College men's soccer team to a 4-3 win over the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburgh.
Begeal has appeared in 10 games for the Hawks, with seven starts, and has only registered the one assist so far this season.
Jenna Stock (Johnstown) had 24 assists and had nine digs, four aces and two kills, but the Clarkson volleyball team dropped a pair of matches in New Jersey over the weekend.
Through 23 matches, Stock has 62 kills, 376 assists, 27 aces, 191 digs and 15 blocks.
Ashley Scott (Fonda-Fultonville) finished 116th with a time of 25:43.05 for the University of New Hampshire women's cross country team at the 32nd Annual Father Leeber S.J. Invitational.
Overall, New Hampshire finished ninth.