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College Basketball: Koubek to join Saint Rose Hall

Thursday, Oct. 2, 2014
Tim Koubek calls himself the consummate gym rat, but now instead of making the perfect pass, he’s making the perfect sell as a computer software salesman for Context Solutions in Virginia. Now living in Maryland, the 47-year-old former Shenendehowa High School and College of Saint Rose basketball standout will be inducted into the CSR Athletic Hall of Fame Oct. 18 at 6:30 p.m. at the Massry Center for the Arts.
 
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RPI Hockey: Kasdorf has worked hard to play again

Thursday, Oct. 2, 2014
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute goalie Jason Kasdorf had the worst kind of sophomore slump you can ever imagine. Just a couple of days after playing in the Engineers’ 7-2 loss to Boston College on Oct. 13, Kasdorf dislocated his right shoulder during a goalie drill. The injury was severe enough that season-ending surgery was the best way to get Kasdorf back to 100 percent. After going through rehabilitation and spending some time in the Winnipeg Jets’ summer prospects camp, the junior Kasdorf feels like a new goalie.
 

Fusco finds his niche at St. John Fisher

Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014
His dream of playing Division I football gone, Tony Fusco has hit the ground running.
Literally.
 

Hockey: Union including former players in celebration

Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2014
When Union won its first NCAA hockey championship April 12, Dutchmen coach Rick Bennett made it a point to say that the title was for all the players who wore the uniform over the program’s 23-year Division I existence, as well as its Division III years.
 

Union Hockey: Vasaturo named captain

Sunday, Sept. 28, 2014
Senior defenseman Charlie Vasaturo will be the Union hockey captain this season, Dutchmen coach Rick Bennett announced Saturday.
 
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Area College Football: Danes romp to win

Sunday, Sept. 28, 2014
Will Fiacchi threw three touchdown passes and ran for another score Saturday as UAlbany beat Columbia, 42-7, Saturday night at Bob Ford Field.
 

Area college football: No. 24 Danes host Lions tonight

Saturday, Sept. 27, 2014
After breaking into the top-25 rankings for the first time this week, the University at Albany will be looking for its fourth straight victory when the Great Danes host Columbia at 6 tonight at Bob Ford Field on Hall of Fame Weekend.
 

Hockey: Union starting new year at No. 2

Wednesday, Sept. 24, 2014
It’s been a crazy, but fun offseason for Union men’s hockey coach Rick Bennett.
It seems like he has been everywhere this summer, taking the NCAA hockey championship trophy around the Capital Region. There has been very little time for him to have time to himself.
 
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Soccer: Top-ranked Saint Rose battles Adelphi to 0-0 draw

Wednesday, Sept. 24, 2014
Halftime adjustments by the top-ranked College of Saint Rose women’s soccer team turned the game in its favor, but they were unable to put the finishing touch on Tuesday’s match with No. 9 Adelphi.
 
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Tennis: Crowley raising bar at RPI

Tuesday, Sept. 23, 2014
At some institutions, the term “student-athlete” is tossed around with more optimism than realism.
Not so with the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute women’s tennis team. When recently appointed head coach Caitlin Crowley was interim head coach last spring, she and the assistant coaches put together a short list of long-term goals for the program.
 
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Basketball: Gala is a labor of love

Tuesday, Sept. 23, 2014
College basketball coaches, both on the national front and the local scene, have been leaders in the battle against cancer.
Nationally, there are tournaments at all levels, where coaches lend their support by wearing sneakers and sweats instead of their usual suits and ties.
Locally, for the ninth consecutive year, University at Albany head coach Will Brown and his wife, Jamie, will co-host the Coaches vs. Cancer Basket Ball, set for Wednesday at the Hilton Garden Inn.
 
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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.
 
 

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