David Parry (Gloversville) appeared in eight games for the Worcester Polytechnic Institute football team, catching eight passes for 66 yards.
WPI finished with a 7-3 record, its most wins over the past 15 years and finished with a 4-3 mark in the Liberty League with wins over Union College and the University of Rochester.
Willie Cool (Canajoharie) won the 1,000-yard freestyle with a time of 13:09.85, leading the State University of New York at Cobleskill to its first men's swimming victory as an NCAA Division III program.
The Fighting Tigers defeated Wells College 41-36.
Kristin Mraz (Johnstown) scored seven points and passed out two assists as the Bryant University women's basketball team suffered a 64-57 loss to the University of Rhode Island in the first game of the Rhody Classic Friday.
However, two days earlier, Mraz scored five points, grabbed four rebounds and dished out three assists in the Bulldogs' 64-61 win over Central Connecticut.
Brittany Stahura (Amsterdam) saw her first minutes of the season in the game. She had a rebound in three minutes.
Kevin Kucel (Gloversville) is the top free-throw shooter for the Herkimer County Community College men's basketball team so far this season as the Generals are off to an 8-2 start in NJCAA Region III Division III play.
Kucel has gone 29-for-35 from the charity stripe for an 82.9 percentage. That's good for fifth in the region.
The Generals have succeeded with defense so far, as they are holding opponents to 65 points per game.
Harley Fuller (Broadalbin-Perth) scored four early points, but the Florida International men's basketball team suffered an 89-54 loss to UCLA Saturday.
He added three rebounds and a blocked shot in the game.
Fuller has appeared in all seven games for the Panthers, with two starts.
He averages 22.3 minutes per game and has five steals, two blocks and grabbed 11 total rebounds.
Bela Vonnak (Canajoharie) scored seven points, helping the St. Lawrence University men's basketball team to an 84-71 win over Middlebury.
He also grabbed four rebounds and blocked a shot.
Megan Gaugler (Amsterdam) had nine points, two assists and three steals helping the Skidmore College women's basketball team to a 74-52 win over Sage Saturday.
She also grabbed a rebound.
Alysha Mraz (Johnstown) had an assist and two rebounds in the game for Sage.
Adam Clute (Johnstown) has appeared in three of the first four games for the Oswego State men's basketball team.
He is averaging 4.7 minutes per game, scoring four points and grabbing two rebounds in his first collegiate action.