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The pros, cons of playing college sports close to home

The pros, cons of playing college sports close to home

Joe Cremo knows some people wonder why he “only” went to the University at Albany to continue his basketball career after graduating from Scotia-Glenville High School.

Coaches not happy with proposed OT rule change

Coaches not happy with proposed OT rule change

While pro and junior hockey leagues in North America have gone to 4-on-4 or 3-on-3 to decide overtime games in the regular season, NCAA hockey has kept the 5-on-5 format for its regular season OT contests.

Local lacrosse players play big roles on national scene

Local lacrosse players play big roles on national scene

Since getting back to campus, North Carolina men’s lacrosse player Luke Goldstock said, the party has not stopped all week.

Union hockey to open 2016-17 season at Michigan

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Union hockey to open 2016-17 season at Michigan

Union College hockey fans won’t see much of the Dutchmen in October, nor will they see very many non-league home games this season.

Gostisbehere's power-play talent will be key in World Cup of Hockey

Gostisbehere's power-play talent will be key in World Cup of Hockey

As associate general manager for the World Cup of Hockey’s Team North America, Chicago Blackhawks general manager Stan Bowman was well aware what former Union College standout defenseman Shayne Gostisbehere was doing for the Philadelphia Flyers.

Godlewski, Demers play roles in winning small college baseball national title

Godlewski, Demers play roles in winning small college baseball national title

College of St. Joseph head baseball coach Bob Godlewski thought he might have a special group on his hands when his Fighting Saints from Vermont knocked off some teams from bigger schools and more prestigious leagues early in the season.

Dutchwomen hockey coach out to change culture

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Dutchwomen hockey coach out to change culture

Josh Sciba didn’t go full Shakespeare in noting Thursday that other coaches of “good and virtuous nature may recoil” from taking on the Union women’s hockey head coaching job, but . . . Actually, he practically did.

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NCAA Baseball: Union won't be awed by surroundings this time

Union College baseball coach Paul Mound vividly remembers the Dutchmen’s last NCAA Div­ision III baseball tournament appearance two years ago.

Tommell outruns expectations at SUNY Cobleskill

Tommell outruns expectations at SUNY Cobleskill

After placing third as a freshmen and second as a sophomore, winning the biggest league race of the SUNY Cobleskill’s cross country season didn’t come as a complete surprise to junior Taylor Tommell.

SYRACUSE

Men's lacrosse: Second-half surge propels Syracuse past UAlbany

For a half, the University at Albany had Syracuse in trouble.

Colgate assistant named women's hockey coach at Union

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Colgate assistant named women's hockey coach at Union

Josh Sciba has a monumental task in front of him taking over the Union College women’s hockey team.

Sciba named Union women's hockey coach

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Sciba named Union women's hockey coach

Replaces Asano Barcomb.

UAlbany to play Syracuse in NCAA men's lacrosse tournament

The University at Albany men’s lacrosse team will be facing a familiar rival in the first round of the NCAA Division I Tournament.

Not again: UAlbany stunned by Hartford

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Not again: UAlbany stunned by Hartford

Deja vu for the Great Danes.

UAlbany dominates America East lacrosse awards

UAlbany dominates America East lacrosse awards

Great players want to play for the University at Albany lacrosse program.

Cancer ended Lloyd's baseball career, but not his bond to Union

Cancer ended Lloyd's baseball career, but not his bond to Union

When Justin Lloyd stepped to the plate against the University of Chicago in Union’s third game of the 2014 season, it was clear to everyone there this was no normal early season at-bat.

Gostisbehere finalist for rookie of the year

Gostisbehere finalist for rookie of the year

Joins Panarin and McDavid; winner to be named June 22

Lacrosse: UAlbany needs OT to run table in America East

Kyle McClancy scored in overtime to give the UAlbany men 15-14 victory over UMBC Saturday afternoon, as the Great Danes earned their fourth straight perfect America East regular season.

LOUDONVILLE

Siena lands power forward, pair of guards

New Saints.

College lacrosse: No. 5 UAlbany rolls past Siena

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College lacrosse: No. 5 UAlbany rolls past Siena

At this stage of their local rivalry, the University at Albany and Siena men’s lacrosse teams are far apart in both talent and experience.

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