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Track and field: Army results at Patriot League championships

Patriot League championships (at Bucknell University, Feb. 17-18, 2018) Top eight places earn team points  (10-8-6-5-4-3-2-1) Men Team: 1. Navy 240 points; 2. Army 197; 3. Bucknell 117; 4. Lehigh 81.5; 5. Boston 62; 6. American 41; 7. Lafayette 23; 8. Holy Cross 11.5; 9. Colgate 6. Army results 60-meter dash: 2. Tyler Davis (Sr.) [...]

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Army hockey: A chat with coach Brian Riley ahead of the rivalry RMC game

Army and Royal Military College of Canada resume the longest-standing college hockey rivalry on Saturday, January 20, in Kingston, Ontario. Army has won the last six matchups but the latest confrontations have been close battles. We talked to Army coach Brian Riley about the rivalry game and the Black Knights’ recent play. THR: What do [...]

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SUNY Ulster wrestling program on the rise

There are a lot of positive additions to the second-year SUNY Ulster wrestling program. A new weight room awaits a roster of 17 athletes, nearly twice the size of the first-year squad. Ulster features the addition of state high school Division I finalist Mike Fekishazy of Wallkill at 184 pounds. The season opener is November 10 [...]

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KEN McMILLAN: Magarity savored good stories, good eats with Rollie Massimino

The knock on his hotel room door came at 1 in the morning. Dave Magarity was stirred from his sleep to find Pete Gillen begging his friend to watch some game film with Rollie Massimino. “Dave, Dave, Rollie wants you to come down to the room,’’ Gillen said excitedly. It didn’t seem to matter that [...]

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SUNYAC academic awards

SUNYAC Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll Student-athletes with 3.30 GPA or better Section 9 graduates SUNY Brockport Whitman Oehler-Marx (New Paltz), Sr., track and field, chemistry Dylan Serfis (West Hurley), Soph., men’s soccer, business administration Therez Young (Middletown), Sr., track and field, psychology Buffalo State Blaine Billings (Newburgh), Fr., track and field, undecided Victoria Colotti (New [...]

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Marist grad takes over at S.F. State

Marist graduate Kristina Danella was named women’s basketball head coach at San Francisco State University on Monday. She went 18-10 at Urbana in 2013-14, and 65-25 in the last three seasons at Caldwell. She was 25-6 this season, guiding Caldwell to its first NCAA Div. II tourney appearance and was named the Central Atlantic Collegiate [...]

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Marist football announces home schedule

Marist football fans had better keep pocket schedules handy because the Red Foxes are playing games with at least four different start times this season. The home schedule was announced on Monday with start times of noon, 1 p.m. and 6 p.m. There’s road starts at 1 p.m., 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. The Red [...]

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Region XV baseball tournament schedule

The spring rains that have wreaked havoc on college sports schedules continue to do so, prompting a change in format and schedule for the Mid-Hudson Conference/Region XV Div. II tournament. SUNY Orange and SUNY Ulster did not make the tournament. Here is the schedule: Thursday, May 11 Game 1 – No. 4 SUNY Rockland at [...]

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Cornwall’s Mike White a Marist football captain

Cornwall graduate Mike White was named as one of four team captains at Marist College for the 2017 season. Joining the quarterback are running back Marcellus Calhoun, linebacker Ruben Avalos III and safety Wesley Beans. White will be a red-shirt junior, having started the past two seasons. He has thrown for 5,495 yards and 35 [...]

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Fighting Army falls to No. 5 Oregon in season, Allen’s head coaching debut

By Ken McMillan Times Herald-Record Jimmy Allen didn’t get a victory in his debut as Army men’s basketball coach but he discovered a fighting spirit with his young and inexperienced club. The Black Knights gave No. 5 Oregon a bit of a scare late in the second half before dropping a 91-77 decision to the [...]

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    Sports editor Ken McMillan has been covering sports since he got his first writing job in 1979. He has covered Section 9 athletics for the past 35 years. He reports on local college and high school. He also writes on TV/radio sports news, having ... Read Full
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