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College hockey: Union ring ceremony for members only

Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2014
Won first NCAA title.
 

Soccer: Hanehan making impact at Cazenovia

Tuesday, Sept. 16, 2014
Ryan Hanehan learned a year ago how to turn disappointment or frustration into opportunity.
Work, improve, repeat.
 
ALBANY

Basketball: Warner, Tucker to be reunited

Tuesday, Sept. 16, 2014
Former University at Albany head women’s basketball coach Mari Warner is one of the few fortunate people in sports to experience more than one homecoming.
Warner, who returned to her native Maine four years ago and is currently the Falmouth High School girls’ basketball coach, will make her UAlbany homecoming Sept. 27 at the college’s annual Hall of Fame induction ceremony. Warner joins 2001 graduate Liz Tucker, one of her star players; former football player and contributor Ty Curran; and the 1984 men’s and women’s cross country teams in the hall.
 
Union vs. Utica: Pioneers stymie Dutchmen
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Union vs. Utica: Pioneers stymie Dutchmen

Sunday, Sept. 14, 2014
The Union College offensive unit started out like Dr. Jeckyll but ended up being Mr. Hyde. Although the Dutchmen put up 16 points and totaled 122 yards in the first half, they were shut out in the final 30 minutes and managed just four first downs as Utica rallied for a 23-16 non-conference victory Saturday at rain-soaked Frank Bailey Field.
 
TROY

Area College Football: Alfred spoils RPI's home opener, 34-31

Sunday, Sept. 14, 2014
Sophomore quarterback Tyler Johnson threw for 203 yards and two touchdowns to go along with 166 yards on the ground as Alfred spoiled Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute’s home opener, 34-31, Saturday at East Campus Stadium.
 
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Area College Football: Great Danes record 100th Division I FCS victory

Sunday, Sept. 7, 2014
The University at Albany recorded its 100th Division I victory in the Football Championship Subdivision with a 19-0 win over Central Connecticut State on Saturday.
 
ITHACA

Union vs. Ithaca: Dutchmen fall short against Bombers, 21-16

Sunday, Sept. 7, 2014
A determined and much-improved Union College football team put quite a scare into the Ithaca College Bombers. The Dutchmen marched deep into Ithaca territory in the closing seconds and had a fourth-and-goal play from the nine-yard line with 12.3 seconds left before the Bombers held with an interception in the end zone for a 21-16 victory Saturday at Butterfield Stadium.
 

Football: Dutchmen ready to get down to business

Saturday, Sept. 6, 2014
The Union College football team suffered more than its share of bumps and bruises, both to its leading skill-position performers and to its ego, during a sub-par 3-7 campaign a year ago.
 
ALBANY

Women's soccer: Knights not happy just being good

Wednesday, Sept. 3, 2014
When the veteran leaders of The College of Saint Rose women’s soccer team discuss last season, there’s an extremely frustrated tone in their voices.
 
ALBANY

UAlbany vs. Holy Cross: Danes rally to win Gattuso's debut

Sunday, Aug. 31, 2014
The scheduled postgame fireworks started a little early for the University at Albany football team making its debut under new head coach Greg Gattuso. Trailing, 13-0, after three quarters, the Great Danes rallied and surged past Holy Cross, 14-13, when Neil Morrison returned a fumble 79 yards for the winning score with just 44 seconds left in the season opener Saturday night before 6,748 fans at Bob Ford Field.
 
SYRACUSE

Syracuse survives Villanova in 2OT, 27-26

Saturday, Aug. 30, 2014
Orange stop two-point conversion.
 
ALBANY

Area College Football: Gattuso, Danes set for opener

Saturday, Aug. 30, 2014
First-year University at Albany head coach Greg Gattuso hasn’t felt butterflies for more than nine years — ever since he ended his previous head coaching stint at Duquesne, from 1993 through 2004..
 
SCHENECTADY

Hockey: Union adds faceoff specialist

Friday, Aug. 29, 2014
When a team wins an NCAA title like the Union hockey team did last season, there would appear to be no glaring weaknesses.
But there was one aspect of the Dutchmen’s game that head coach Rick Bennett didn’t like. He saw a weakness in the team’s ability to win faceoffs. Bennett hopes the newest member of his coaching staff will help improve that area.
 
TROY

Football: Veterans Ohnsman key defender for Engineers

Wednesday, Aug. 27, 2014
Ballston Spa product Chris Ohnsman is the kind of player who often falls through the cracks when recruited by a Division I football program.
But on a DIII football team like Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, the 5-foot-10, 280-pound defensive lineman’s versatility is invaluable.
 
Running game won't be a problem for Union
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Running game won't be a problem for Union

Wednesday, Aug. 27, 2014
Two of Union College’s five captains happen to be running backs who are soft-spoken leaders in the huddle.
But senior fullback Dylan Schuck and senior tailback Darnel Thomas still plan to make plenty of noise with their exploits on the field this year as the Dutchmen try to rebound from an uncharacteristic 3-7 campaign that was plagued by injuries.
 
 

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