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UAlbany football program will always be Ford's baby

UAlbany football program will always be Ford's baby

Saturday, July 4, 2015
Former University at Albany head football coach Bob Ford still can't believe they named the new football stadium after him while he was still coaching.
 
Union hockey's Dumais gets promotion
SCHENECTADY

Union hockey's Dumais gets promotion

Thursday, July 2, 2015
Joe Dumais wants to be a college hockey head coach someday. But for now, he is very happy at Union.
 
Mohawks are a pipeline to pro baseball
AMSTERDAM

Mohawks are a pipeline to pro baseball

Thursday, July 2, 2015
Once the home of lower-level minor league baseball, Amsterdam has turned into a destination for college baseball players with hopes of entering professional ball through the draft.
 
Hockey: New Skidmore coach a familiar face
SARATOGA

Hockey: New Skidmore coach a familiar face

Tuesday, June 30, 2015
A former Skidmore men’s ice hockey star, a recently minted hall of famer at the college, is taking a spot behind the bench as the Thoroughbreds’ new head coach next season.
 
Basketball: Siena women's bench won't be empty anymore
ALBANY

Basketball: Siena women's bench won't be empty anymore

Tuesday, June 30, 2015
Strange, but true. There were so many new faces at the Siena women’s basketball summer practice session Friday that you needed a media guide to figure out who was who.
 
Sharks draft Union goalie Kupsky

Sharks draft Union goalie Kupsky

Sunday, June 28, 2015
The San Jose Sharks sure like Union College goalies.
 
Incoming Union goalie Kupsky drafted by Sharks

Incoming Union goalie Kupsky drafted by Sharks

Saturday, June 27, 2015
Picked in seventh round.
 
Hockey: Dutchmen facing job competition
SCHENECTADY

Hockey: Dutchmen facing job competition

Friday, June 26, 2015
Union hockey coach Rick Bennett believes the team got away from a core philosophy last season — the art of competition.
 
Siena basketball alums come ‘home’
LOUDONVILLE

Siena basketball alums come ‘home’

Thursday, June 25, 2015
Two of the greatest players in Siena College men’s basketball history relish every chance they get to come “home” to campus.
 
Albany Cup rivalry will get new twist
ALBANY

Albany Cup rivalry will get new twist

Wednesday, June 24, 2015
One of the Capital Region’s fiercest, and definitely its most-attended, college sports rivalries will continue with a new twist.
 
Siena won't ease into basketball season

Siena won't ease into basketball season

Tuesday, June 23, 2015
They say you can’t be the best until you beat the best. So why not play the best teams in the country, with arguably the nation’s most respected coaches, right off the bat?
 
Siena men's basketball open with games vs. national finalists
LOUDONVILLE

Siena men's basketball open with games vs. national finalists

Monday, June 22, 2015
They say you can’t be the best until you beat the best. So why not play the best teams in the country right off the bat?
 
McElroy honored for promoting diversity in athletics

McElroy honored for promoting diversity in athletics

Friday, June 19, 2015
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute interim athletic director Dr. Lee McElroy, who served as the University at Albany AD for 14 years, was selected to receive the Minority Opportunities Athletic Association (MOAA) Distinguished Service Award this week for his dedication in promoting the understanding and appreciation of diversity.
 
Compromise finally brings Cup Uptown
ALBANY

Compromise finally brings Cup Uptown

Thursday, June 18, 2015
I’m not a big steak person.
 
BU, Michigan make first visits to Messa
SCHENECTADY

BU, Michigan make first visits to Messa

Thursday, June 11, 2015
The chances of the Boston University and Michigan hockey teams, two perennial national powers with a combined 14 NCAA titles, visiting Messa Rink to play Union would have wishful thinking years ago.
 
 

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