Hobart and William Smith Colleges

The William Smith College tennis team closed out the fall portion of its schedule with a 9-0 win over St. John Fisher in Bristol Field House this afternoon.

The Hobart College rowing team hosted its alumni weekend as a part of the 2015 HWS Homecoming and Family Weekend, Oct. 2-4. The events centered around Saturday's christening of the "Seneca Navy."

On Saturday, Oct. 17, the Hobart College hockey team will take on the 3-85th Mountain Warriors Sled hockey team from Fort Drum, New York, in a game of sled hockey. The charity event will take place at 3 p.m. in The Cooler.

William Smith College first-year Kristina Camaj registered two goals as the Heron soccer team downed Alfred State 6-0 in the first ever meeting between the teams in a non-league match played under the lights on Boswell Field tonight.

The seventh-ranked William Smith College field hockey team bounced back from its first loss of the season, defeating Rochester 3-2 on McCooey Field this evening. Junior Jessica Borbee scored late in the game to give the Herons the victory.

Seven members of the Hobart College soccer team logged a point in a 4-0 win over Nazareth College in a non-league game played in Rochester, N.Y., this afternoon. The Statesmen improve to 7-2-2 overall, and the Golden Flyers fall to 0-12-0.

The Hobart golf team, led by junior Harry Hagen, finished tied for fourth place at the Elmira Fall Invitational today. Hagen finished just two shots off the lead, carding his best 18-hole score of the season at the Elmira Country Club.

Hobart College senior sailor Sam Hallowell competed with Team USA at the International Sailing Federation Youth Match Racing World Championships that concluded on Sept. 21. Team USA, skippered by Nevin Snow, reached the petite final where they were edged by Team Finland.

The William Smith College soccer team remained No. 6 in the nation in both the NSCAA poll and the D3soccer.com poll this week. It's the second straight week the Herons were voted No. 6.

Hobart first-year linebacker Aaron Louis was named the Liberty League Football Rookie of the Week by the conference office today. Junior cornerback Todd Collier was nominated for Defensive Performer of the Week and earned a spot on the weekly honor roll.

Auburn Doubledays

The Doubledays defeated the Batavia Muckdogs 11-10 in the 2015 season finale on a walkoff double from Diomedes Eusebio in the 10th inning.
The Doubledays defeated the Batavia Muckdogs 6-1 in the penultimate game of the 2015 season on Sunday night. Auburn's offense cruised with 13 hits.
The Doubledays lost to the Batavia Muckdogs 6-3 in game one of a three-game series Saturday night. Auburn is now 6-3 against Batavia this season with two games left.
The Doubledays defeated the Mahoning Valley Scrappers 5-1 on Friday night. The 'Days are now 11-1 in rubber match games in 2015.
The Doubledays defeated the Mahoning Valley Scrappers 5-4 in game two of the three-game series on Thursday night. Six of the total nine runs scored came in the fourth inning.
The Auburn Doubledays will host a garage sale at Falcon Park on Saturday, September 19 from 10 AM to 3 PM. The garage sale will include game-used items as well as special pricing on Doubledays merchandise. Fans may set up a table at the garage sale in exchange for a $25 donation.
The Doubledays fell to the Mahoning Valley Scrappers 11-5 in game one of the three game series. Auburn mounted a small rally in the ninth, but it fell short.
The Doubledays defeated the Williamsport Crosscutters 8-4 on Tuesday night to take the series two games to one. The win improved the Doubledays to 10-1 in rubber matches during the 2015 season.
The Doubledays fell to the Williamsport Crosscutters 12-2 on Monday night in game two of the series. After Auburn silenced Williamsport's bats in game one, the 'Days offense went quiet in game two.

NY Yankees

Yankee Stadium was mostly quiet on Friday, three days after the Yanks' season came to an abrupt close, as Joe Girardi addressed the media in his final news conference of the year. It was time to close the book on 2015. Thoughts of '16 have already taken over.
The Yankees made a conscious decision at the July 31 non-waiver Trade Deadline to look toward the future and let the present play out the best way it could.
hree days after leaving Jacoby Ellsbury's name out of the Yankees' final lineup of the season, manager Joe Girardi said that he is not sure if his offseason will feature a tough conversation with his $153 million center fielder.
The Yankees were dreaming big in late July, enjoying a seven-game cushion in the American League East, but the weeks that followed suggested that the club may have overachieved just by having the opportunity to play nine postseason innings against the Astros.
A day after the Yankees were eliminated from the playoffs faster than any time in the club's decorated 112-year history, the task of improving the one-and-done club for 2016 and beyond began in earnest.
From a no-doubter home run that gave the Astros some breathing room to that late-inning steal to a trio of defensive gems, here's a closer look at five plays from Tuesday's game, courtesy of Statcast™.
The Yankees obviously wish their playoff return had lasted more than just nine innings, having accepted a 3-0 defeat at the hands of the Astros on Tuesday. But reaching the playoffs qualifies as something of an achievement.
Jessica Mendoza made baseball and broadcasting history on Tuesday night. And once again, she was focused more on the work at hand than the ground she broke.
Joe Girardi meets the media after the American League Wild Card Game.
Five-time All-Star catcher Jorge Posada was being honored on Tuesday during the 30th annual Great Sports Legends Dinner, which was to raise an expected $10 million or so for The Buoniconti Fund to Cure Paralysis.
Dallas Keuchel continued his season-long mastery of the Yankees with six more scoreless innings, Colby Rasmus and Carlos Gomez homered off Masahiro Tanaka, and the Astros advanced to the American League Division Series with a 3-0 victory on Tuesday night at Yankee Stadium.
The tumult of 2014 notwithstanding, the Yankees decided to make a commitment to Alex Rodriguez this past offseason despite the fact he was coming off a season-long suspension and had undergone surgery on both hips.
Finally alone for the first time all night, Greg Bird sat down, turned his back and let out the most frustrating of sighs.
This was the assignment that Masahiro Tanaka craved, the type of atmosphere he excitedly envisioned while looking out the window of a charter jet from Japan in January 2014, about to stare into an ocean of flashbulbs, try on a Yankees jersey and flash a $155 million smile to the international media.
It was the decision that Joe Girardi may have agonized over most in the hours prior to Tuesday's do-or-die contest with the Astros, keeping the Yankees manager from pressing ink to his lineup card until just after 3 p.m. ET.
Yankees starter Masahiro Tanaka addresses the media during a workout prior to the Wild Card game.
Yankees manager Joe Girardi addresses the media during a workout day prior to the Wild Card game.
Teixeira's commitment to Harlem RBI started in 2010 with a $1 million donation, and this is his fifth anniversary of backing the organization. The annual golf outing is a big factor in their year-round funding.
Here's a look at how the New York Yankees used the Draft, trades, free agency and international signings to build its postseason team.
On the eve of the Yankees' first postseason appearance in three years, left-hander CC Sabathia announced that he is checking himself into an alcohol rehabilitation center and will not pitch for the remainder of the season.
When the Yankees were spraying champagne in their clubhouse on Thursday night, celebrating a return to the postseason after two dark Octobers, several players spoke of how gratifying the clinch had been because of their perceived status as underdogs to make it that far.
The Yankees entered 2015 riddled with uncertainty. They admittedly held no expectations for Alex Rodriguez, while banking on healthier seasons from Mark Teixeira, Carlos Beltran and Jacoby Ellsbury. No one seemed ready to predict how Didi Gregorius would respond to the challenge of replacing Derek Jeter at shortstop.
I've been asked a lot recently about my grandfather's legacy. I used to say Grampa, Jesus and Shakespeare were the three most quoted men in history, but now I'm convinced those other two are losing ground.
Alex Rodriguez, Mark Teixeira and Andrew Miller all represent the Yankees as 2015 Esurance MLB Award nominees.

NY Mets

Whatever your weekend plans may be, don't stray far from a TV, because today promises another day of thrilling playoff drama. Here's a look at what's on the docket.
In out-pitching Clayton Kershaw, upending the Dodgers and inverting home-field advantage during the Mets' 3-1 win Friday in Game 1 of the National League Division Series, Jacob deGrom did not merely justify his place on a list of the game's top pitchers. He cemented it, stamped it, left no shred of doubt.
After watching Jacob deGrom deliver a gem and David Wright provide some comfort with the latest of his clutch hits, Mets manager Terry Collins had no desire to see it all go to waste Friday night at Dodger Stadium. Thus, with two outs in the eighth inning, he quickly popped out of the first-base dugout and signaled for his dependable closer Jeurys Familia, who notched the final four outs of the Mets' 3-1 win over the Dodgers in Game 1 of the National League Division Series.
As David Wright spent most of this summer sidelined by a serious back ailment, he ignored those who doubted his future and longed for the opportunity to do what he did on Friday night, when he once again played the role of captain while helping the Mets claim a 3-1 win over the Dodgers in Game 1 of the National League Division Series.
With Sandy Koufax in attendance, Clayton Kershaw and Jacob deGrom delivered a performance on Friday night worthy of the Brooklyn native and greatest living Dodger.
After New York's 3-1 win in Game 1 at Dodger Stadium on Friday, the door might have cracked open for rookie left fielder Michael Conforto, a left-handed hitter who normally only starts against righties, to get a look at additional playing time.
Here's a look at some of the top moments, courtesy of @MLBGIFs, from a full day of Division Series action that saw the Rangers take a 2-0 series lead over the Blue Jays with a 6-4, 14-inning victory; the Royals even their series with the Astros with a 5-4 win in Game 2; the Cardinals open with a 4-0 shutout of the Cubs; and the Mets beat the Dodgers in Game 1 of their series.
Jacob deGrom and Clayton Kershaw didn't just live up to the hype in New York's 3-1 Game 1 victory Friday night in the NLDS. The two aces combined for one of the most dominant pitching duels in postseason history. How dominant were they? Glad you asked ….
The conventional school of thought suggests that teams opening a postseason series away from home simply try to "steal one on the road." The Mets, however, already have their "one on the road." It's time for them to get greedy.
Jacob Degrom, Daniel Murphy and David Wright address the media after Game 1 of the National League Division Series.

SU Athletics

The Syracuse University football team (3-1) will play its first contest away from the friendly confines of the Carrier Dome when it takes on USF (1-3) on Saturday, Oct. 10. Kickoff is slated for 3:30 p.m. at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Fla.

SYRACUSE, N.Y. - The Syracuse volleyball team fell to ACC rival Pittsburgh on Friday at the Women's Building in Syracuse, N.Y. The Orange are now 12-4 on the season and 3-2 in conference play.

LOUISVILLE, Ky.- Freshman Roos Weers scored the game-winning goal while senior goalkeeper Jess Jecko was stellar in net for the Syracuse field hockey team on Friday night. The No. 1 Orange defeated No. 11 Louisville by a final score of 2-1 in ACC play. 

BOSTON, Mass.- Despite senior Melissa Piacentini scoring twice in the third frame to pull the Orange within one goal, the Syracuse women's ice hockey team lost to #10 Northeastern on the road by a final score of 5-4.

Syracuse vs. Pittsburgh (Pink Game)Game Details Friday, Oct. 9 | Syracuse, N.Y. | Women's Building | 7:00 p.m. ESTLive Stats SIDEARMTV CuseTV Syracuse vs. Virginia TechGame Details Sunday, Oct. 11 | Syracuse, N.Y. | Women's Building | 1:00 p.m. ESTLive Stats SIDEARMTV ESPN3

No. 22/-- Syracuse returns to conference play as it faces No. 2/2 North Carolina in Chapel Hill on Saturday, October 10. Start time at Fetzer Field is scheduled for 7 p.m.

      SYRACUSE, NY – Individual game tickets for Syracuse men's basketball will go on sale beginning Wednesday, Oct. 14, at 10:00 a.m. The men's basketball program has earned NCAA Tournament invitations in six of the last seven seasons and looks to return to the postseason after a one-year absence.

The past will once again return to the Carrier Dome to take on the present as the Syracuse Alumni take on the 2015-2016 Orange on Saturday, Oct. 10 at 3:30 p.m.

SOUTH BEND, Ind.- Sophomore goalkeeper Courtney Brosnan turned in a strong performance in the goal, but the Syracuse women's soccer team was not able to generate many scoring chances against No. 16 Notre Dame on Thursday night, losing to the Irish 1-0 in ACC play.

Former Orange standout Skylar Thomas looks to help his country qualify for the 2016 Olympics in the semifinal round of the CONCACAF Men's Soccer Olympic Qualifiers on Saturday as Team Canada faces off against Mexico. The match will take place at 6 p.m. Eastern time in Sandy, Utah.

NY Giants

Giants.com highlights 10 things to look out for in Sunday Night's game
Veteran kicker Josh Brown on the state of the Giants as the team looks to make it three-straight
Michael Eisen explores Kerry Wynn's journey from undrafted free agent to an impact player on the D-line
The Giants.com staff debates Big Blue topics heading into Sunday's game
The Coughlin Corner, Giants.com’s exclusive weekly interview with head coach Tom Coughlin
Coach Coughlin speaks to media on Friday
Giants name Mr. Bryan Gallagher the "The Lou Rettino High School Football Coach of the Week", presented by Chase
The most important figures surrounding the team in STATS+, Presented by NY Lotto
As the one-year anniversary of Victor Cruz's knee injury nears, Victor Cruz looks to return soon
The Giants defense is first in the NFL against the run, but last against the pass

Buffalo Bills

Bills Insider Chris Brown previews Sunday's game in Tennessee against the Titans, including how Boobie Dixon is preparing for his second career start at RB and how the Bills defense matches up against Titans rookie QB Marcus Mariota.
As the NFL season enters the second quarter, the Bills head to Nashville for a big road game, and here's why you should be pumped.
Download the Bills Touch Fan Playbook for Week 5 of the Buffalo Bills 2015 season for a behind-the-scenes look at the team and all the action on gameday on your tablet.
Chris Brown sits down with HC Rex Ryan to talk about the play of Ron Darby and Stephon Gilmore, what has made the Titans' Offense successful thus far and what the Bills have been doing to reduce penalties.
Buffalo will be without LeSean McCoy for a second straight week, but there's an outside chance that Sammy Watkins will suit up Sunday.
WR Sammy Watkins talks about the status of his calf injury as we approach week 5.
HC Rex Ryan offers up the final injury update heading in to the Titans game.
The Bills defense and offense will have to be at their best in the red zone and
The Men in Blazers pay a visit to Buffalo Bills practice and compare themselves as a dynamic duo to the Bills' star defensive tackles Kyle Williams and Marcell Dareus.
In this week's edition of 'Life On The Sidelines' we take a look at one of the Bills' Defensive Backs Coaches Tim McDonald.

Keuka College

Keuka College fell to both Alfred University and Alfred State on Friday night
Allyson Muller, Leah Parker, Liz Warren, Sue Welch, and Megan Wilbur were all honored by the NFCA
Keuka College released the 205-16 Women's Basketball Schedule
Keuka College will open the season on Nov. 14 at Hobart
Nic Romano shot a team-best 91
Keuka College finished 2nd in the final tournament of the fall
The NSCAA named Dalle the NCAA Division III Women’s Soccer Player of the Week.
Senior Hannah Dalle was named the Women's Soccer Offensive Student Athlete of the Week
Keuka College Men's Soccer holds an 8-0-2 record this season
Women's Soccer won in an NEAC game against the Bison

Rochester Democrat and Chronicle

The top-seeded Rhinos host Louisville and USL's top forward in Saturday's playoff match.
Join the Democrat and Chronicle and ROC City Bottoms in the fight to end diaper need in Rochester.
Canandaigua Academy's Dave Ducharme is our latest "Coaches Who Care" award winner.
Goalie from Sweden wasn't expected to be recovered from off-season surgery until November
The Bills head to Tennessee to take on rookie Marcus Mariota and the Titans.
The fourth-year goaltender has overcome concussion issues to regain his old form
Jerry Hughes has a history of verbally admonishing game officials.
Fans from both schools don't want the LeRoy vs. Caledonia-Mumford rivalry to disappear.
Matt Ellis scored three goals as the Amerks zoomed past Lake Erie in the season opener
The Bills will be without running backs Karlos Williams and LeSean McCoy Sunday.

Daily Messenger

The Blue Devils withstand late surge to top the Cadets in clash of Class AA powers.
The Orange are playing their first road game of the season and will have QB Eric Dungey back from injury.
Mitch Schaefer's 253 passing yards helps lead the Braves to a 47-28 road win over Spencerport.
Manager says it's natural to question his work, but he can live with decisions he made following playoff exit on Tuesday.
The 2000 graduate of Avon worked as the junior varsity coach at Eastridge the last five seasons.
Friday night is a busy night for area football teams coming into the stretch run of the regular season.
BUFFALO, N.Y. — Kyle Turris scored twice and the Ottawa Senators won a coach's challenge to overturn a goal by Buffalo in the third period to hang on for a 3-1 victory over the Sabres in the teams' season opener on Thursday night.The game's outcome was essentially decided with 9:26 remaining, when Buffalo's Evander Kane scored on a wraparound which would have tied the score at 2. Senators coach Dave Cameron challenged the goal, and a video review showed Sabres forward Zemgus [...]
Results from Thursday's high school games
Results from Wednesday's high school games
ORCHARD PARK — Coach Rex Ryan insists it's premature to start judging the Buffalo Bills' high-priced defense on a few inconsistent performances a month into the season.Get back to him at the end of the season, and see how the numbers stack up."I've been in this game a long time," said Ryan, the first-year Bills coach who has had a hand in some of the NFL's top-ranked units. "And I know where it's going to end up."And yet even the ever-confident Ryan had to couch [...]

Finger Lakes Times

GENEVA — Many people dream of the opportunity to visit the tropical, breathtaking destination that is Hawaii.
GENEVA — The William Smith soccer team has not given up a goal this month. In fact, the Herons have not surrendered a score since a 1-1 double overtime tie with Messiah Sept. 12.
OVID — The South Seneca girls volleyball team moved one step closer to a Finger Lakes West title Thursday evening.
PENN YAN — Penn Yan Academy senior Scott Fingar had a hand in both of his team’s goals Thursday evening.
NEWARK — Newark star diver Ali House again struck for a trio of milestone marks, the second such occurance this season.
NAPLES — An unexpected title, and a very pleasant surprise.
There are few things more exciting in sports than a rivalry game. And one of the biggest in the Finger Lakes is Lyons vs. Clyde-Savannah.
It was business as usual Wednesday for the South Seneca and HAC girls soccer teams as they continued their head-to-head chase for the Finger Lakes West crown.

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