After yesterday’s excitement in the Men’s Quarterfinals of the America East Tournament, it would be an understatement to say that I was thrilled about coming back to SEFCU Arena for another slate of four games. On the Sunday calendar was all four Semifinal matchups on both the Men’s and Women’s sides, with only two schools being represented in both sessions – tournament host UAlbany and Vermont.
After finishing my coverage of the America East Tournament on Saturday night, I had a late dinner at home and happened to flip on my television to the World Baseball Classic. It was the United States against Italy, and the Americans had a 6-2 lead in the sixth inning. I'll admit, I watched about two innings of the game, but I eventually turned it off.
March Madness has officially arrived for mid-major conferences throughout the week, and that includes our very own UAlbany Great Danes, who are hosting the America East Tournament throughout the weekend at SEFCU Arena. The ladies opened action on Friday with a triple-header of Quarterfinal match-ups (Maine forfeited against UAlbany due to travel concerns, hence only a triple-header), and the action continued Saturday with the four Men’s Quarterfinal games.
After only two months back from injury, one of the New York Knicks' star players is going back on the injured list. Earlier today, the team announced that Amar'e Stoudemire will have a right knee debridement this coming week and should be expected to miss roughly six weeks, putting his timetable for a possible return around when the NBA Playoffs begin on April 20.
After the Buffalo Bills let safety George Wilson land with the Tennessee Titans a few weeks ago, the team was let scuffling and thinking about who to invest their free agent dollars with. Well this morning, we got a small glimpse into the future plans of the Bills, as they gave cornerback Leodis McKelvin over $20 million in a brand new four-year deal.
After a 16-0 league slate, members of the University at Albany women's basketball program swept the major awards at the America East Conference reception, held on Thursday afternoon at UAlbany's Campus Center Ballroom. Senior Ebone Henry was named the league's Co-Player of the Year, as well as the Defensive Player of the Year for the third straight season, while freshman Shereesha Richards brought home Co-Rookie of the Year honors. Great Dane mentor Katie Abrahamson-Henderson was tabbed by her peers as the America East Coach of the Year for the second time.
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) Director of Athletics Jim Knowlton today announced the appointment of Ralph Isernia as head football coach. A veteran of 22 years in coaching, he brings experience from Division III, Division II and the Football Championship Subdivision (FCS), formerly I-AA.
Over the last few months, there have been several rumors about the New York Jets potentially trading All-Pro cornerback Darrelle Revis, with potential suitors including the San Francisco 49ers and the Atlanta Falcons
In the midst of a very difficult Spring Training for the Yankees, first baseman Mark Teixeira was diagnosed with a sprained right wrist on Wednesday and will miss the next eight to ten weeks. Add that to Curtis Granderson's broken right forearm, Phil Hughes' recurring back issues and Alex Rodriguez's recovery from hip surgery, the Yankees are already a pretty banged up squad
Siena Basketball senior captains O.D. Anosike and Lily Grenci were named to their respective All-MAAC Teams Monday. Anosike was a Second Team All-MAAC selection while Grenci was named to the First Team and is eligible to be named the MAAC Player of the Year Thursday.
In the twenty-seven games he has played in the 2012-13 NBA Season, Knicks big man Amar'e Stoudemire has averaged about 14 points and 5 rebounds per game in limited playing time. Do you think Amar'e Stoudemire has been living up to his contract this season?
Siena senior forward O.D. Anosike has accepted an invitation to attend the Portsmouth Invitational Torunament (P.I.T.) April 10-13 in Portsmouth, Virginia. The P.I.T. is a premier showcase for college seniors pursuing basketball careers.
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