Two former Hobart College hockey players recently signed to play professionally with Les Remparts de Tours in the French Division 1 Hockey League. Statesmen goaltender Lino Chimieniti '16 and forward Brad Robbins '16 will continue as teammates in France in the upcoming season.
For the third straight year, the Hobart College rowing team will send three boats to Mercer Lake in West Windsor, N.J., for the Intercollegiate Rowing Association (IRA) National Championships. The Statesmen will battle the nation's best crews in the varsity eight, second varsity eight, and third varsity eight events.
GOLD RIVER, Calif.—The William Smith College rowing team season concluded today at the NCAA Division III Rowing Championships on Lake Natoma. The Heron second varsity eight won the petite final and finished fifth in the nation, while the varsity eight was second in the petite final and placed eighth in the nation.
The Hobart and William Smith Colleges sailing team will compete in the Intercollegiate Sailing Association (ICSA) Coed National Semifinal Championships in San Diego, May 31-June 1. The Colleges will be vying for one of 18 spots in the Gill Coed Dinghy National Championships which will be held June 2-3.
The William Smith College sailing team finished 12th in the Sperry/Intercollegiate Sailing Association (ICSA) Women's National Championships this afternoon. This was the Heron's 16th trip to the national championship regatta since 1999.
GOLD RIVER, Calif.—Both William Smith College eights will race in the petite finals when the NCAA Division III Rowing Championship concludes tomorrow on Lake Natoma. The Heron varsity eight and second varsity eight raced in the morning heats and afternoon repechages on the first day of the championship.
Two members of the Hobart College rowing team will set their sights on making the U.S. National Team for the Under 23 World Rowing Championships. Senior August Wherry and junior Austin Letorney will aim to represent the Statesmen and their country in Rotterdam, Netherlands, August 21-29.
Hobart College Hall of Famer Bill Miller '91 will be honored at the 75th annual U.S. Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association/Nike North-South All-Star Game on Friday, May 27 at Cabrini College in Radnor, Pa. He will serve as an honorary coach for one of the all-star teams.
William Smith College sailors secured a spot in the in the College Sailing/Sperry Women's National Championship, finishing in eighth place in the national semifinals in San Diego, May 24-25. The Herons earned one of the Western Semifinal's qualifying spots, finishing with 192 points.
The Auburn Doubledays and the City of Auburn are pleased to announce that protective netting has been installed on top of the first and third base dugouts at Falcon Park. The netting met a recommendation issued by Major League Baseball last December.
The SUNY Cortland baseball team has received a berth into the 56-team NCAA Division III playoffs for the 24th straight season and the 25th time overall. The Red Dragons (37-5) have earned the top seed in a six-team regional that Cortland will host in conjunction with the Auburn Doubledays May 18-21 at Falcon Park in Auburn, N.Y.
The Auburn Doubledays are pleased to announce Falcon Park has been selected to host the 2016 NCAA Division III Baseball New York Regional. The Doubledays will host the tournament in conjunction with SUNY Cortland from May 18-22.
The Auburn Doubledays have renewed the team's marketing partnership agreement with Finger Lakes Radio Group for the upcoming 2016 season. The team has also hired Michael Tricarico as Play-by-Play Broadcaster and Communications Associate.
The Auburn Doubledays have announced an opportunity for fans to meet new Doubledays manager Jerad Head. Meet the Manager Night at Falcon Park will take place on Friday, May 27 and will include dinner, drinks, behind-the-scenes tours of the ballpark, and access to the field.
The Class-A Short-Season New York-Penn League and its member clubs have announced that the league's philanthropic arm, the NYPL Charitable Foundation, will once again award over $10,000 in scholarships this summer to deserving high school graduates from the league's 14 markets.
The Auburn Doubledays have announced that Falcon Park will be the site of 14 high school baseball games this spring. Fifteen different varsity teams will have the opportunity to compete on the same field as the Doubledays this season, led by Auburn High School with eight games.
The Auburn Doubledays have announced that Brian Rhodes has been selected the 2015 New York-Penn League Groundskeeper of the Year. Rhodes, an Auburn native, just completed his fourth season as the Head Groundskeeper at Falcon Park.
CC Sabathia turned his back and scowled when he saw manager Joe Girardi emerging from the first-base dugout, bringing the hook that would end the big lefty's outing. What transpired over the next few batters wouldn't improve the mood of anyone wearing a Yankees uniform.
Dustin Ackley, who was placed on the 15-day disabled list on Monday after being diagnosed with a torn labrum in his right shoulder, will undergo surgery and miss the remainder of the season, Yankees manager Joe Girardi announced before Tuesday night's game against the Blue Jays.
Brian McCann and Carlos Beltran have been receiving strong consideration to represent the Yankees at this summer's All-Star Game at Petco Park, with both players appearing on the first balloting update released on Tuesday by Major League Baseball.
Masahiro Tanaka will look to continue his dominant start to the season when the Yankees square off against Aaron Sanchez and the Blue Jays in the series finale on Wednesday at Rogers Centre. Toronto is going for the sweep.
After nine seasons riding buses through various Minor League outposts, including three-plus years when it seemed his career had stalled in the Texas League, a set of big league bullpen doors finally swung open for Richard Bleier on Monday evening.
The Yankees' bats seemed to be held up in customs until Brian McCann's long ninth-inning home run on Monday, a blast they hope indicates that a snooze plaguing most of their lineup is coming to an end.
It was only a Memorial Day double-header, but enough took place between the Yankees and Red sox on the field at Fenway Park on Friday that it almost seemed like an entire baseball season in itself. And it wasn't a particularly pretty one.
The beauty of the three-headed monster at the back end of the Yankees' bullpen is that one swing can turn a loss into a win, which is exactly what happened after Starlin Castro connected for their first -- and only -- hit of the afternoon on Sunday.
Michael Pineda will have at least one more chance to turn his troubled season around. Yankees manager Joe Girardi said that no changes have been discussed to the rotation, with Pineda set to take the ball for Thursday's makeup game against the Tigers in Detroit.
Carlos Beltran homered for his 2,500th career hit in Saturday's 9-5 loss to the Rays, joining Roberto Clemente, Ivan Rodriguez and Roberto Alomar as just the fourth Puerto Rican-born player to reach the milestone.
Change tends to come slowly for the Yankees, especially with a classic on-field look that has remained largely unaltered for decades. So the debut of the team's new matte-finish helmets sparked conversation among the players, who offered positive reviews.
Masahiro Tanaka scrambled off the mound and darted directly toward the runner between second and third bases, undeterred by Steve Pearce's desperate dekes as he slapped a tag on the Rays' designated hitter, ripping his execution directly from the fundamental playbook.
Once again, too many of Michael Pineda's pitches wandered toward the middle of home plate on Saturday afternoon, and that recurring trend has the Yankees wondering if he really will be able to fix the problem at the Major League level.
In the literal sense, this was a loss for CC Sabathia and the Yankees, though the big left-hander could be excused if he had difficulty feigning disappointment with seven innings of two-hit ball and no earned runs against the Blue Jays' stacked lineup.
Edwin Encarnacion drove in a pair of runs with a third-inning single, which proved to be sufficient for J.A. Happ, whose sterling effort helped lift the Blue Jays to a 3-1 victory over the Yankees on Thursday at Yankee Stadium.
The first results from Alex Rodriguez's return to the designated-hitter slot did not wow anyone, but as the Yankees slugger continues to work on his timing, he is happy to be getting those reps at the big league level.
Yankees designated hitter Alex Rodriguez went 1-for-2 with a mammoth two-run home run against the New Hampshire Fisher Cats at ARM & HAMMER Park on Wednesday night in the second game of his rehab stint with Double-A Trenton. Rodriguez is expected to be activated from the disabled list for the Yankees' 4:05 p.m. ET series finale against the Blue Jays on Thursday.
Steven Matz works fast -- faster than any other starting pitcher in the Major Leagues. The Mets' coaching staff praises him for it. But in New York's 6-4 loss to the White Sox on Tuesday night at Citi Field, he might have gotten ahead of himself.
Despite trailing for the majority of Tuesday's contest, the White Sox claimed a 6-4 victory over the Mets and snapped their seven-game losing streak, thanks to a go-ahead two-run homer from infielder Tyler Saladino in the eighth inning.
David Wright received an injection Tuesday to help alleviate some of the discomfort caused by a herniated disk in his neck. Mets manager Terry Collins said that the shot needs 48 hours to take effect and that the team is still waiting until this weekend's series in Miami to see if the injury could land the third baseman on the disabled list.
After acquiring James Loney from the Padres for cash considerations on Saturday, the Mets officially activated the first baseman on Tuesday. Loney made his first start, manning first base and batting sixth against White Sox starter Mat Latos.
The White Sox and Mets conclude their three-game series at Citi Field on Wednesday afternoon, as Miguel Gonzalez takes on fellow right-hander Jacob deGrom in the rubber game, after Chicago snapped its seven-game losing streak to even the series.
WEST WINDSOR, N.J. – The seeding for the 2016 Intercollegiate Rowing Association (IRA) Championship Regatta has been officially announced and each of the three Syracuse University men's rowing crews have earned the No. 12 seed in their respective races.
Senior Kayla Treanor and freshman Nicole Levy were selected to the 2016 NCAA Women's Lacrosse Championship All-Tournament Team. The pair were honored for their performances against Maryland in the national semifinals.
Syracuse's Alyssa Manley will continue her path to the Olympics with USA Field Hockey, as the Orange's senior captain has been named as one-of-19 players on the USWNT's Champions Trophy roster by head coach Craig Parnham.
GOLD RIVER, Calif. – The Syracuse University women's rowing team finished 13th overall at the 2016 NCAA Championship on Sunday at the Sacramento State Aquatic Center. Syracuse outperformed its seeding in two of the three races it competed in and held its seed in the first varsity four competition.
Three more members of the Syracuse track and field team qualified for the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships on Saturday, to bring the Orange's total to seven – one shy of last season's program record of eight.
No. 4 Syracuse had its 2016 season come to an end in a 19-9 loss to No. 1 Maryland in the national semifinals of the NCAA Women's Lacrosse Tournament. The Orange ends the year with a 19-6 record, while the Terrapins improve to 22-0.
All Orange fans, donors, season-ticket holders and businesses are invited to team up with Syracuse Athletics to make 'Military Appreciation Day' on Saturday, Nov. 12 a truly special event by participating in the 'Cuse for the Troops' ticket program.
This Sunday, May 29 Bills strength and conditioning assistant Dan Liburd will help guide blind runner Richard Hunter through the Buffalo Marathon's first half. Committed to raising awareness for blind athletes, Hunter will run in the marathon's first visually impaired division.
Yesterday, Buffalo Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor visited the classroom of 2016 Buffalo Bills and M&T Bank Touchdown for Teachers grand prize winner Alison Barone of PS 43 Lovejoy Discovery School in Buffalo, NY.
ROCHESTER- The Canandaigua Braves baseball team saw their best season since 1995 end on Tuesday at Frontier Field in downtown Rochester, as they lost to Aquinas, 6-0, missing a shot to face Section VI's champion in the State Tournament.Max Swartz of Aquinas, pitching on three days' rest, had the complete-game shutout, allowing only two hits by the Braves' lineup“We played hard,” said Canandaigua head coach Dale [...]
In a showdown between the first and second-seeded teams, the top team in Class AA Softball was decided at Brockport's Clark V. Whited Complex. That team was the Webster Schroeder Warriors, 2-1, bringing to an end the season of Victor Blue Devils.It was a bitter defeat for the Blue Devils, who had taken an early lead and may have won if not for some bad luck and a few mistakes, culminating in a key throw-out of Sydney Powell on second base for a key [...]
PITTSBURGH (AP) — Nick Bonino looks the part. Thatchy beard that juts out well below his chinstrap. Nose a bit askew. The rugged forward has etched out a career making a living in tight spaces, putting his body in places…
NEW YORK (AP) — On the mound in the seventh inning for the first time this season, Matt Harvey gave up his first walk of the game and his second hit, leading to a sacrifice bunt and a second-and-third jam.
In this Monday, May 30, 2016 photo released by the Placer County Sheriff's Office shows Darren Collison in Auburn, Calif. Authorities say Sacramento Kings point guard Darren Collison was arrested Monday on a charge of domestic violence charge after deputies…
GRANITE BAY, Calif. (AP) — Sacramento Kings point guard Darren Collison was arrested on a charge of domestic violence after deputies responded to a report of a woman being assaulted inside a California home, authorities said Tuesday.
San Jose Sharks' Tomas Hertl, right, skates off the ice after the Pittsburgh Penguins defeated the Sharks 3-2 in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup final series Monday, May 30, 2016, in Pittsburgh. (AP Photo/Keith Srakocic)
PITTSBURGH (AP) — The nerves are gone. Spending your franchise's first 20 minutes in a Stanley Cup Final standing around while your opponent zips unimpeded from one end of the ice to the other will do that.
Pittsburgh Penguins' Sidney Crosby (87) checks San Jose Sharks' Nick Spaling (16) to the ice during the first period in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup final series Monday, May 30, 2016, in Pittsburgh. (AP Photo/Keith Srakocic)
Pittsburgh Penguins' Sidney Crosby, right, centers the puck past San Jose Sharks' Joel Ward (42) as Sharks goalie Martin Jones (31), defends during the first period in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup final series Monday, May 30, 2016, in…