Hartwick Hawks

Schedule

Overall record: 8-3 - Conference: 5-1
All times Eastern   (* Conference; • D-III opponent)
9/1 at Western New England L, 48-21
9/15 vs. Ithaca * • W, 32-30
9/22 vs. Husson W, 35-27 BX
9/29 vs. St. John Fisher * • W, 31-28
10/6 at Alfred * • L, 46-36
10/13 vs. Becker
@ WPI
W, 61-32
10/20 vs. Mount Ida • W, 35-14
10/27 at Norwich * • W, 19-13
11/3 vs. Springfield * • W, 37-34
11/10 at Utica * • W, 72-70
11/17 at Curry L, 42-21
Overall record: 8-3 - Conference: 5-1
All times Eastern   (* Conference; • In-region)
9/15 vs. Ithaca * • W, 32-30
9/29 vs. St. John Fisher * • W, 31-28
10/6 at Alfred * • L, 46-36
10/27 at Norwich * • W, 19-13
11/3 vs. Springfield * • W, 37-34
11/10 at Utica * • W, 72-70

2007

Schools Conf All
St. John Fisher 5-1 11-2
Hartwick 5-1 8-3
Alfred 4-2 8-3
Ithaca 4-2 8-3
Springfield 2-4 4-6
Utica 1-5 3-7
Norwich 0-6 2-8

Previous seasons

loki/standings
Year Overall Conf
2017 3-7, 2-5 E8
2016 2-8, 1-7 E8
2015 4-6, 2-6 E8
2014 2-8, 1-7 E8
2013 6-4, 3-4 E8
2012 3-7, 0-7 E8
2011 2-8, 0-7 E8
2010 4-5, 1-4 E8
2009 5-5, 1-4 E8
2008 7-3, 4-2 E8
2007 8-3, 5-1 E8
2006 4-6, 2-4 E8
2005 4-6, 0-6 E8
2004 1-8, 0-6 E8
2003 2-7, 1-3 E8
2002 8-2, 3-1 E8
2001 7-4, 0-0 IND
2000 7-4, 0-0 IND
1999 6-4, 0-0 IND
1998 9-2, 0-0 IND

Team Info

Hartwick

Hawks

Coach: Mark Carr (New Hampshire '90)
Conference: E8
Enrollment: 1427
Location: Oneonta, NY
Colors: Royal Blue, White
Stadium: All Weather Field at Wright Stadium (1200)
Surface: Turf

News Releases

October 13, 2018 Hartwick Football Falls in League Contest at Fisher Hartwick had a tough time moving the football in the first half and couldn’t dig itself out of a hole in the second as the St. John Fisher Cardinals defeated the Hawks 42-14 on Saturday at Growney Stadium.
October 6, 2018 #4 Brockport Rolls Against ’Wick Visiting Brockport showed why it is the fourth-ranked team in the country on Saturday with a 55-7 defeat of Hartwick football in a game played at Wright Stadium. The Golden Eagles’ defense, which entered the game allowing a national best -5.3 rushing yards per game, made it very difficult for the Hawks on the ground (-37 yards on 27 carries).
September 29, 2018 Hawks Drop E8 Opener on the Road at Buffalo State Buffalo State registered 447 yards of offense and forced five Hartwick turnovers as the Bengals defeated the Hawks 41-7 on Saturday in the Empire 8 Conference opener for both teams.
September 15, 2018 Hawks Fall in Shootout at King’s, 65-48 Hartwick and King’s combined for over 1,000 yards of offense and 100 points on Saturday with the Monarchs coming away with a 65-48 win. The Hawks led 27-23 following an 84-yard touchdown reception from Bryce Macina (Syracuse, NY/Onondaga Central) to Dylan Mucci (Cortlandt Manor, NY/Iona Prep) early in the second quarter, but the hosts would score 23 points in the final 6:23 of the half to take the lead for good.
September 8, 2018 Football Powers Past Alfred State, 49-24 Hartwick scored touchdowns on five of their first six possessions on Saturday on its way to a 49-24 victory over visiting Alfred State. Ronald Ballard (Deposit, NY/Deposit) ran for a pair of first-quarter touchdowns and Bryce Macina (Syracuse, NY/Onondaga Central) connected with Dylan Mucci (Cortlandt Manor, NY/Iona Prep) for a 73-yard touchdown pass as the Hawks led 21-3 after 15 minutes. Touchdown runs from Davien Kuinlan (Bethpage, NY/Plainedge) and Ballard increased the margin to 35-3 at halftime. The Pioneers inched closer with two straight scores in the third quarter. The Hawks came back in the final quarter as Ballard scored on a 1-yard run and Macina hit Mucci for a 21-yard touchdown to put the game away.
November 11, 2017 Football Topped by Alfred in Season Finale    ALFRED, NY – Hartwick couldn’t contain a relentless Alfred rushing attack in the final game of the season for both teams on Saturday at Yunevich Stadium. The Saxons prevailed by a final score of 63-21. The Hawks close out their season 3-7 overall and 2-5 in the Empire 8. AU wraps its campaign 7-3 and 5-2 in the league. Alfred accumulated 627 yards of offense, all on the ground, while holding the Hawks to 265 yards on the day. The Saxons would score touchdowns on each of their first three possessions to jump out to a 21-0 lead early in the second quarter. The Hawks trimmed the gap to 14 points twice in the second quarter, but AU scored at the end of the period and out-scored ’Wick 28-7 in the second half to score the victory.