Willie Cool (Canajoharie) was named a State University of New York at Cobleskill Athlete of the Week after leading the men's swimming and diving team to a second-place finish at the school's fall invitational Nov. 9.
Cool won the 500-yard freestyle in 6:18.27 and finished fourth in the 50-yard freestyle with a time of 28.04 seconds.
He also swam a leg of the winning 200-yard medley relay and a leg of the second-place freestyle relay.
Kim Negrich (Mayfield) finished 107th at the NCAA regional cross-country meet Saturday as she finished the 6,000-meter course with a time of 26:19 for the Hartwick women's cross country team. Teammate Sierra Derby (Mayfield) finished in 17:57.
A week earlier, Negrich finished 45th at the New York State Collegiate Track Conference championships with a time of 20:58.2.
Meghan Sleezer (Gloversville) made five saves as the Skidmore College women's soccer team battled Western Connecticut State to a 0-0 tie in Saturday's NCAA Division III tournament first round.
She made four of the five saves in the second half to force overtime.
Sleezer kept it tied after making a diving save on the second penalty kick, but Western Connecticut hit its sixth attempt after a Skidmore shot went over the crossbar.
Sleezer finished her freshman season with 82 saves in 19 games, and allowed an average of .38 goals per game. She had a 10-4-4 record and posted 10 shutouts.
Kristin Mraz (Johnstown) helped the Bryant College women's basketball team to its first win as a Division I team with three 3-pointers on her way to 13 points as the Bulldogs defeated New Hampshire 69-66 Friday.
From her point guard position, Mraz only turned the ball over only once in 33 minutes on the floor.
She also had three rebounds and an assist.
Brittany Stahura (Amsterdam) also is on the team.
Steve Hall (Johnstown) finished second in the men's 100-yard butterfly with a time of 56.47 seconds as the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute men's swimming team defeated Vassar College.
Hall swam a leg of the winning 400-yard medley relay team for the Engineers. The team finished with a time of 3:47.32.
Krystle Crouse (Canajoharie) led the Hartwick women's basketball team with 12 points in the Hawks' 83-50 loss to SUNY Cortland Saturday.
Katie Caddell (Amsterdam) had an assist and a rebound for the Hawks.
Harley Fuller (Broadalbin-Perth) recently played his first Division I college basketball game after playing two years for SUNY Cobleskill.
He had an assist in Florida International University's 57-54 win over Eastern Kentucky.