Reilly Condidorio scored in the 72nd minute as Fredonia State rallied to tie Buffalo State, 1-1, in SUNYAC women's soccer.
Condidorio's penalty goal - one of her 13 shots in the game - countered Buffalo State's Gabrianna Boldinski, who converted a header off a corner kick by Meaghan Allen in the 29th minute.
"We felt at that point, we needed to put a leader in there and who is comfortable at PK," Fredonia State coach Chris Case said. "We have relied on Reilly in the past and we feel comfortable with her taking a PK in that situation."
Fredonia State's Meaghan Meszaros made three saves while Linda Banfield made 12 stops for Buffalo State. Each was credited with 110 minutes played in the double-overtime contest.
The Blue Devils (6-2-1 overall, 1-1-1 SUNYAC) dropped the penalty kick portion of the match, 4-2, used for post-season seeding purposes only.
"In the first overtime, Katie Klein beat a defender and was taken out in the box and the refs failed to call a penalty kick," Case noted. "It would have given us a chance, but the refs didn't see it as a foul which was unfortunate for our team."
Men's Cross Country
Bennett leads Blue Devils once again
BETHLEHEM, Pa. - For the third time this fall, senior Jack Bennett was the first finisher for the Fredonia State men's cross country team, this time in the Brown Division race of the Paul Short Run hosted by Lehigh University.
Bennett toured the 8,000 meters in 26:38 - 77th overall in a field of 283 runners. The course was wet and muddy.
Fredonia State's next four runners were separated by 40 seconds - sophomore Zakk Hess in 27:00, freshman Collin Mulcahy in 27:04, senior Pete Francia in 27:24 and junior Steve Whittemore in 27:40.
Brockport rallies over Blue Devils
Brockport rallies past Devils
Brockport won five singles matches to rally past Fredonia State, 6-3, in SUNYAC women's tennis on the Steele Hall courts.
"We played under the lights for the first time this season," Fredonia State coach Joe Calarco said. "It was fun."
The Blue Devils led 2-1 after wins by the doubles teams of Alison Phillips and Sara DiFulvio, and Jess Johnston (Fredonia) and Miller Barmasse. They managed just one singles win, by Molly Zanetti.
"It was a very close match," Calarco added. "The girls played well."
The loss dropped Fredonia State to 5-2 overall and 1-2 in the SUNYAC. The Blue Devils are back in action 1 p.m. Saturday at Daemen.
Brockport improved to 4-4 overall and 2-1 in the conference.