Four different Statesmen scored as the Hobart College soccer team downed Utica 4-0 in a non-conference game played this afternoon on Cozzens Field. First-year Zach Poretz and junior Marco Ronning led the Statesmen each earning a goal and an assist in the victory.
Creating a more efficient way to give and receive help. That was the goal of Hobart College junior Tyler Terens when he began working with his friend, former Lehigh University baseball player, Zach Gray, to launch STRIVR, an online community that makes it easy to give and receive help.
The 15th ranked William Smith College field hockey team used four second half goals to cruise past Nazareth 5-0. First-Year Hannah Wood led the way for the Herons notching her first career hat trick in the process.
Hobart senior Matt Johnson recorded his best round of the season today in the Oswego State Fall Invitational. The Statesmen finished seventh out of 10 teams in the 18-hole tournament played on the par 71 Oswego Country Club.
Following a 2-0 week, the 14th ranked William Smith College field hockey team took home two of the three Liberty League weekly awards this week. Senior Catherine Hare was named Defensive Preformer of the Week while first-year Hannah Wood was named the Rookie of the Week by the conference office this afternoon.
Hobart sophomore cornerback Todd Collier was named the Liberty League Football Defensive Performer of the Week today by the conference office. The Statesmen, who defeated Endicott 28-18 on Saturday, remained No. 12 in the D3football.com Top 25 for the second week in a row.
William Smith College senior Madeline Buckley was named the Liberty League Women's Soccer Offensive Performer of the Week as announced by the conference office this afternoon. Sophomore Emma Diehl earned a spot on the league's weekly honor roll.
Dale Carey went 2-for-4 and made a game-saving diving catch in centerfield, and relievers Connor Bach and Tyler Mapes picked up starter James Bourque as the Doubledays topped the Batavia Muckdogs 4-3 in the season finale at Falcon Park.
Diomedes Eusebio rocketed two home runs and finished with 6 RBI, Jeff Gardner and Bryan Mejia added bombs of their own, and the Doubledays outslugged the Mahoning Valley Scrappers 12-7 in Eastwood Field's final game of the 2014 season.
The Washington Nationals today announced the signing of a two-year Player Development Contract extension (which begins in 2015) with the Auburn Doubledays of the short-season Class A New York-Penn League through the 2016 season.
The Auburn Doubledays stormed to walk-off wins in both ends of a doubleheader, taking the first 5-4 in nine innings, while concluding the night by winning the second 2-1 in a regulation seven frames over Jamestown.
Neither team has been mathematically eliminated, but the playoff chances of the Yankees and the Blue Jays are dwindling by the day. After a win over Toronto on Thursday, the Yankees pulled within five games of the A's for the second American League Wild Card spot, while the Blue Jays remained six games back. Toronto's Mark Buehrle faces New York's Hiroki Kuroda in the second game of the four-game series Friday night.
Chase Headley hit a grounder that rolled under first baseman Adam Lind's glove in the bottom of the ninth inning, scoring Antoan Richardson from third base to give the Yankees a 3-2 walk-off victory over the Blue Jays on Thursday night at Yankee Stadium.
Derek Jeter's final homestand will be met with many emotional goodbyes from fans over the next week. But before he even made it to the ballpark Thursday, a Gatorade commercial anticipating and celebrating the Yankees captain's farewell already had made its way onto the Internet. Jeter then thanked the fans with his bat in a way he hadn't the entire season, belting his first homer at Yankee Stadium in the sixth inning.
Carlos Beltran wasn't in the Yankees' clubhouse and didn't take batting practice with the team before Thursday's game against the Blue Jays, but manager Joe Girardi said he was available to play off the bench.
After recording two strikeouts in his scoreless eighth inning of Wednesday's 3-2 victory over the Rays at Tropicana Field, Dellin Betances owns the Yankees' single-season strikeout mark for relievers, breaking Mariano Rivera's 1996 record of 130.
There was no spillover from the previous evening's incidents, just clean ball, and Brandon McCarthy wrapped up seven strong frames with an immaculate inning as the Yankees defeated Tampa Bay, 3-2, snapping a three-game losing streak. They remained six games back in the American League Wild Card race.
The Rays have been there for Derek Jeter's moments, of course. There've been plenty over his 20-year MLB career -- like when he hammered a home run off Tampa Bay ace David Price for his 3,000th hit. But Jeter's been there for the Rays' moments, too.
Rays manager Joe Maddon loves to go into the dictionary to talk about baseball, but Wednesday afternoon at Tropicana Field, Yankees third baseman Chase Headley wasn't happy about the words Maddon came up with.
One day after telling Mark Teixeira to "come see me when you're ready to return," Joe Girardi heard a knock on the visiting manager's door at Tropicana Field. The response was quicker than initial impressions might have suggested.
Things escalated quickly at Tropicana Field on Tuesday, as the benches cleared and three Yankees were ejected in the late innings of the Rays' 6-1 win. Yankees manager Joe Girardi was tossed in the top of the eighth, and his replacement -- bench coach Tony Pena -- as well as right-handed reliever David Phelps were ejected a half-inning later, after Phelps sent a fastball under Kevin Kiermaier's chin and to the backstop -- a play that emptied both dugouts.
Making his Rays debut against the Yankees at Tropicana Field in Tuesday night's 6-1 Tampa Bay win, Nick Franklin took third base on a wild pitch from Michael Pineda with one out in the sixth inning, and his baserunning play ended up turning into a run -- but only after a replay review. Tampa Bay manager Joe Maddon successfully challenged what was originally ruled an out, setting up Franklin's dash home on the next play.
Manager Joe Girardi, pitcher David Phelps and bench coach Tony Pena were all ejected as the Yankees reached their boiling point on the way to a fifth loss in six games, dropping a 6-1 decision to the Rays at Tropicana Field on Tuesday night.
CC Sabathia has been announced as the Yankees' nominee for this year's Roberto Clemente Award, presented by Chevrolet. The award recognizes a Major League player who best represents the game of baseball through positive contributions on and off the field, including sportsmanship and community involvement.
Derek Jeter has been a formidable rival for many teams around the league over the years, but there is a different sense of the retiring Yankees captain around these parts. To the Rays, he is also a neighbor.
About three hours before the scheduled first pitch, Derek Jeter walks into the clubhouse, a coffee cup nestled in his right hand. The Yankees captain approaches the laptop computer set up for ticket requests, punches in a few names, slings a pair of white sanitary socks over his shoulder and begins to prepare for the nine innings ahead. While he does, Jeter's java is a constant companion.
Yankees third baseman Chase Headley made a healthy return to the lineup Monday, but his evening was abbreviated by a verbal spat with home-plate umpire Marty Foster, who ejected him for arguing balls and strikes in the seventh inning of New York's 1-0 loss to the Rays at Tropicana Field.
Yankees reliever Dellin Betances recorded two strikeouts in Sunday's 3-2 loss to the Orioles, giving him 130 in 86 2/3 innings. That ties Rivera's franchise record for a reliever, though Rivera -- then the setup man for closer John Wetteland -- needed 107 2/3 innings to reach that total. "For me, to just be mentioned in any sentence, any breath with Mariano Rivera -- I'm just honored," Betances said.
When the season ends, Derek Jeter will hang up his pinstripes and begin life as a retired baseball player in Tampa, Fla., He's already got a cozy little place set up over on Davis Islands -- that 30,875-square-foot mansion on Hillsborough Bay a few minutes south of downtown, the one often referred to around these parts as "St. Jetersburg."
The Rays' Ben Zobrist connected for a game-winning single off Yankees reliever Shawn Kelley in the bottom of the ninth inning, lifting the Rays to a 1-0 victory Monday night at Tropicana Field. New York absorbed its fourth loss in five games, dropping six games back in the race for the second American League Wild Card.
Carlos Beltran returned to the Yankees' lineup Monday night, and though it has been a difficult first season with the club, the veteran slugger is trying to finish strong before having surgery on his ailing right elbow.
The Orioles paid tribute to Derek Jeter's career in a pregame ceremony on Sunday evening at Camden Yards, and Jeter reflected on competing against the O's and his time playing for Buck Showalter in New York.
Facing the likelihood of their second dark October in as many years, these are desperate times for the Yankees, and so the bullpen phone rang demanding the services of David Robertson. The gamble -- having Robertson on the mound for a third straight game -- did not pay off, resulting in a blown save and a 3-2 Orioles victory on Sunday at Camden Yards.
Dillon Gee went into his start Wednesday night, ultimately a 4-3 Mets loss to the Marlins, with high hopes. He entered trending upward after a mostly poor second half, and another step in the right direction could prove significant as Gee prepares to settle in for the winter. Like his 2014 season, though, Gee's outing seemed two-sided. The right-hander limited early trouble before working quickly in the later innings, ultimately yielding four runs in 6 2/3 innings.
The iON videos gives fans a glimpse into the action from a point of view not typically available on regular broadcasts -- like playing catch in the outfield grass, catching a home run or throwing batting practice. The Mets installment of the series depicts a game at Citi Field.
Tests taken Wednesday on Juan Lagares' right arm revealed a sprained elbow, which could end his season. The Mets plan to reevaluate Lagares this weekend, at which point they will determine his status for the final week of the season. With just nine games remaining after Thursday's contest against the Marlins, time is running out for Lagares to make an impact, though the Mets are still very much leaving the door open for him to return.
Despite a come-from-behind victory against the Nationals on Wednesday night, the possibility of postseason play has faded steadily for the Braves in recent days, as they are only 4-11 in September. Atlanta watched Washington clinch the National League East at Turner Field on Tuesday night, and the club entered Thursday sitting 5 1/2 games out of the NL's second Wild Card spot, with only 10 games left to play.
David Wright is once again the Mets' nominee for the annual Roberto Clemente Award, Major League Baseball's highest off-the-field honor. MLB and Chevrolet jointly announced all 30 nominees on Tuesday, one for each team.
Juan Lagares exited the Mets' 9-1 win over the Marlins on Tuesday in the top of the fifth inning with what the team announced as a hyperextended right elbow. Kirk Nieuwenhuis entered the game, playing center and batting leadoff.
Despite an altered logo appearing on the Mets' official Twitter and Facebook pages earlier this week, the team has not changed -- and has no plans to change -- a logo that has gone largely unaltered over the past 52 years.
SYRACUSE, N.Y. - Cameron Lynch's weekly Cuse TV show, Cam's Cam, is back for episode 4! This week, Cam is joined by a pair of offensive linemen, Ivan Foy and Rob Trudo, and he takes the big fellas into the kitchen because they are known as the team's top chefs. They describe their best dishes, answer some fan questions, and conclude with an eating contest!
Syracuse's seven-match road swing continues this weekend when it travels to Louisville for its first Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) contest on Friday, Sept. 19 at 7:30 before taking on Cincinnati on Sunday, Sept. 21 at noon.
SYRACUSE, N.Y. - Fresh off returning from Spain after winning gold with USA Basketball at the FIBA World Cup, Syracuse head coach Jim Boeheim sat down with Cuse TV's Brian Higgins for an exclusive interview. The Hall of Famer talked about the experience coaching with Team USA and looks ahead to his Orange's 2014-15 season.
SYRACUSE, N.Y. - Syracuse University Deputy Athletic Director and Chief of Staff Dr. Renee Baumgartner is the recipient of a 2014 "Game Changers" award, given annually by Sports Business Journal to women who are leaders and agents for change in the sports business Industry. Dr. Baumgartner accepted the award at a ceremony in New York City on September 16 for her efforts in leadership, creating new athletic opportunities for young women and being a pioneer on the collegiate sports landscape.
No. 23 Syracuse (5-1-0) defeated Cornell (2-2-1) by the score of 3-0 on Tuesday, Sept. 16 at the SU Soccer Stadium. It was the Orange's 16th consecutive win against a non-conference opponent dating back to 2012.
After rolling to a 40-3 win over Central Michigan on Saturday, the Orange have put the win behind them and have its sights set on hosting Maryland on Saturday. See what the 'Cuse student athletes have to say about the Terps:
Vote for Otto Here!Are you ready Orange Nation? After a tough loss last week, Otto the Orange needs you to help rebound this week with a victory in the Capital One Mascot Challenge. This week Otto (1-2) takes on Sparty (0-3) from Michigan State! This week's challenge is TRANSPORTATION! Take a picture of your Syracuse decked-out vehicle and upload them to give Otto 100-points. Remember, the photos/videos must be uploaded to Facebook, Twitter or Instagram using #CapitalOneOtto in order to be counted. For a 50-point vote, simply post to Facebook or tweet what how you think Otto should arrive to the game, using #CapitalOneOtto. In week three of the challenge, Otto (35%) lost to Spike from the Citadel (65%) in a sign-making challenge. Sparty (29%) is coming off a loss to Big Red (79%) from Western Kentucky. The challenge is a 16-week program, consisting of a 12-week regular season and four-week playoff. Otto will compete in weekly head-to-head match-ups against another school's mascot, with the winner determined by which tallies the most points that week. Match-ups are announced every Monday morning, along with "challenges" for the fans. After uploading, your photos/videos may be featured on Capital One's gallery as well as at Cuse.com's Social Stadium! 3 Ways to Vote1-Point Voting – Simply clicking on Otto's "Vote Now" button at CapitalOneMascots.com (up to 50x/day)50-Point Voting – Post to Facebook or Twitter how Otto should travel to the game, using #CapitalOneOtto (up to 20x/day)100-Point Voting – Upload a photo of your Syracuse-decorated vehicle, using #CapitalOneOtto (up to 20x/day)Throughout the competition be sure to use #CapitalOneOtto and follow Otto on Twitter (@theottoorange), Facebook (/otto.orange.su) and Instagram (@theottoorange). Orange Nation, Otto and Otto's Army need your help! Show your 'Cuse pride and participate!
Rookie defensive tackle Jay Bromley was drafted by the New York Giants in the third round this past May. Throughout the season, the Syracuse product from Jamaica, Queens, will check in with Giants.com and provide an inside look at his journey of playing for the NFL team he grew up watching. This week’s post begins with Bromley getting the nod to suit up for his first NFL game.
The Sabres reported to First Niagara Center Thursday morning for testing and to take their physicals before taking the ice on Friday. Our Jon Scott caught up with head coach Ted Nolan and some players as training camp is about to get underway.
The Bills 2-0 start surprised many who follow the NFL. And for a team that hasn't made the playoffs in 14 years, the message is clear: it's no time to start thinking about getting there just two games into the season.
Kim and Terry Pegula's agreement to purchase the Buffalo Bills was unanimously approved Wednesday by the NFL's finance committee. Terry Pegula gave a short statement to reporters gathered outside league headquarters.