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SCHENECTADY

Union lacrosse team keeps low profile

Tuesday, May 6, 2014
The Union College men’s lacrosse team flies well under the Division III radar, and that’s just fine with the Dutchmen’s head coach and their top defensive player.
 

Lacrosse: Saints' Dowd not feeling any pressure

Tuesday, May 6, 2014
You can’t blame Siena College junior midfielder Casey Dowd and sophomore goalie Tommy Cordts if they are taking Wednesday’s NCAA first-round game with Bryant very personally.
 

Lacrosse: Danes draw Loyola

Monday, May 5, 2014
The first round of the NCAA men’s Division I lacrosse tournament is going to the dogs.
The Great Danes of the University at Albany will travel to Baltimore to take on the Loyola Greyhounds, the No. 3 seed, at noon Saturday.
 
Native Americans make Albany a lacrosse powerhouse
ALBANY

Native Americans make Albany a lacrosse powerhouse

Friday, May 2, 2014
His long ponytail glistening in the drizzle of a raw night, Miles Thompson struggles to find room to shoot.
 

College Golf: Short-game guru Strijek leads Siena

Thursday, May 1, 2014
If Kylie Strijek ever finds herself stranded on a deserted island, she wants her wedge and her shag bag close by, so she can spend most of her waking hours working on her short game. Luckily, the Siena College senior golfer would already have her other most precious possession — her mind — to keep her occupied the rest of the time.
 

Volleyball: Bynon named All-American

Wednesday, April 30, 2014
The Bynon name has become synonymous with superlative volleyball, so it’s no surprise that Matt Bynon ended his collegiate career with some noteworthy hardware.
 

Union recruit named MVP of tournament

Monday, April 28, 2014
Toronto Lakeshore Patriots forward and Union College hockey recruit Kevin Shier isn’t satisfied.
He isn’t content that he led his team to the Ontario Junior Hockey League’s Backlund Cup title. Nor is he bragging that he was named the most valuable player of the OJHL playoffs after being the top scorer in the postseason with eight goals and 24 assists.
 
ALBANY

Danes need win to lock up top seed in AE

Saturday, April 26, 2014
There’s plenty at stake in the league standings, but tonight’s regular-season finale against Binghamton could also be the last time University at Albany lacrosse fans see the prolific Thompson family together on John Fallon Field.
 

Patrick to coach World Junior hockey team

Saturday, April 26, 2014
Kevin Patrick, a Schenectady native and former assistant coach at Union College, never had the opportunity to play for the United States hockey team in international competition.
But he’ll get a chance to represent the U.S. next season.
 

Danes' Hooley honored by America East

Friday, April 25, 2014
On the court, Peter Hooley was one of the most creative and unorthodox shooters on the University at Albany roster.
Off the court, he was also one of the Great Danes’ most cerebral and thoughtful players.
 
SCHENECTADY

Canadiens sign Carr to two-year contract

Friday, April 25, 2014
Another Union hockey player is headed to the pros.
Daniel Carr, the Dutchmen’s all-time leading scorer at the Division I level, signed a two-year contract with the Montreal Canadiens on Thursday.
 
SCHENECTADY

Union's Ikkala glad he went out on top

Thursday, April 24, 2014
Cole Ikkala had several goals in mind when he arrived at Union College in the fall of 2010.
 
College lacrosse: UAlbany tops Siena
ALBANY

College lacrosse: UAlbany tops Siena

Wednesday, April 23, 2014
The terrific Thompson trio put together a dominating effort to help the University at Albany men’s lacrosse team bounce local rival Siena, 19-11, in a non-conference game Tuesday night played under intermittent rain at John Fallon Field.
 
ALBANY

College lacrosse: Great Danes, Saints feature offenses that can pile up goals

Tuesday, April 22, 2014
Any time Siena and University at Albany meet in an athletic contest, there is an added buzz. When both teams are having successful seasons, the bar is raised even higher — for both the players, and their fans.
 

Siena lands versatile power forward

Friday, April 18, 2014
A youthful but extremely talented Siena College basketball roster became even stronger with the official signing of Willem Brandwijk and Jimmy Paige to National Letters of Intent Thursday.
 
 

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