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UAlbany Tabs Men’s Hoop Captains
We are just over a month away from the first games of the college basketball season. This year, the University at Albany will look for its fourth straight America East Championship and on Monday, the Danes announced their captains for the 2015-16 season...
UAlbany and Siena Come to Terms to Keep Albany Cup
After months of speculation that the Capital Region would possibly not see the Albany Cup in 2015-16, the two sides have come to terms to keep the game happening for the next three years.
Originally reported by the Albany Times Union, the deal stipulates that the game will be played at the Times Unio…
Thompson and Treanor Vie For Tewaaraton Tonight
Tonight in Washington D.C., college lacrosse hands out its most prestigious individual award: The Tewaaraton Trophy.
The award is given to the best male and female players in each respective sport, and here in the Capital Region, you should care for several reasons...
Section II Duo Wins National Championship at Cortland
Yesterday on the field in Appleton, Wisc., the SUNY Cortland Red Dragons captured the 2015 NCAA Division III National Championship in baseball.
The Red Dragons topped the University of Wisconson - La Crosse by a score of 6-2. Cortland went 5-0 at the World Series after capturing the New York Regional…
Lyle Thompson Named USILA Most Outstanding Player
For the second straight season, UAlbany senior attackmen Lyle Thompson has been named the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association Most Outstanding Player.
Thompson helped the Danes advance to the NCAA quarterfinals for the second consecutive season...
Lyle Thompson’s Impact
Quite honestly, I didn't like lacrosse. For a long time.
I was a college baseball player, and like most baseball and lacrosse players, I enveloped myself in the rivalry of the two sports. It's not so much a rivalry as it is just often a casual indifference from one sport to the other...
NCAA Lax Tourney: Not Much Good Locally
With UAlbany and three prominent Section II products in the NCAA lacrosse tournament this weekend, local fans had multiple reasons to be optimistic.
But after play concluded and the Final Four was set? Notttt so much.
Underdog UAlbany hung tough, and even held a 9-8 lead at one point against top-seede…
Two Months Ago Today: Hooley Hits ‘The Shot’
It's "Throwback Thursday." So, why not take an opportunity to post a memory from exactly two months ago today? (H/T to UAlbany men's basketball assistant coach Josh Pelletier for the reminder!)
On March 14, UAlbany punched its ticket to its third straight NCAA tournament b…
RPI Tops Keystone in NCAA Regional
RPI scored two runs in the top of the first inning on Wednesday against Keystone in the Division III NCAA New York Regional, and that's all they would need, en route to a 2-0 victory.
The win pushes the Engineers to 27-15 on the season and helps them stay in the winners bracket of the eight-team…
Rowley And Thompson Up For Man Of The Year
UAlbany will be well represented in the America East, Man of the Year award by basketball player Sam Rowley, and lacrosse phenom Lyle Thompson.
The criteria to be nominated is, student-athletes must have completed intercollegiate eligibility in her primary sport by the end of the 2015 spring season o…
Nisky Grad Named Tewaaraton Finalist
While we spend a lot of time chronicling the accomplishments of UAlbany lacrosse star Lyle Thompson, we need to not forget the accomplishments of NIskayuna graduate and Syracuse standout Kayla Treanor.
Thompson was the co-winner of the Tewaaraton Award last year on the men's side and is a finali…

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