The Hobart College squash team posted a 2-2 overall record this weekend at the 2016 Liberty League Championships hosted by St. Lawrence University. The Statesmen posted identical 9-0 victories over Bard and Vassar on Sunday for their two weekend victories.
For the second straight day 60 minutes was not enough to settle things between William Smith and Oswego. The Lakers came away with a 2-1 victory in a tightly contested ECAC West game at The Cooler this afternoon.
The William Smith College ice hockey team rallied for a 5-4 overtime victory over ECAC West foe Oswego State at the Marano Campus Center Arena this afternoon. Five different players scored goals for the Herons as they extended their win streak to four games.
The Hobart College hockey team jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the first period and went on to take down Neumann 7-1 in an ECAC West game in Aston, Pa., this afternoon. The Statesmen improve to 17-3-2 overall and 10-2-0 in conference play.
Jesse Browne's 3-pointer with four and a half minutes remaining propelled Vassar to a 75-66 win over Hobart in Liberty League men's basketball action tonight. Browne produced a game-high 31 points for the Brewers.
Vassar got a game-high 21 points from Ariella Rosenthal and used a late run to post a 55-50 Liberty League women's basketball win over William Smith tonight. The Brewers led by as many as 11 in the third quarter, but had to score the night's final 6 points to defend their home court.
Batting practice jerseys worn by Doubledays players from 2012-2015 are now up for bid! Check out auctions for jerseys worn by players like Mariano Rivera III, Lucas Giolito, Erick Fedde, and Anthony Rendon.
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.
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 Yankees announced on Friday that they have invited 25 players to Major League Spring Training, including outfielder Aaron Judge, infielder Jorge Mateo and right-hander James Kaprielian, who have been rated as the organization's top three prospects by MLB Pipeline.
Yankees All-Star reliever Dellin Betances spends his offseason in the Dominican Republic, training with a well-known pitching guru. Yankees on Demand features exclusive content with your favorite players and franchise.
When Aroldis Chapman puts on his Yankees uniform and steps on a bullpen mound for the first time, Andrew Miller plans to be close by. He wants to see -- and hear -- how that fastball hits the catcher's glove.
Greg Bird's year ended before it even had a chance to begin, but the Yankees first baseman's social media game seems to be in midseason form. Bird posted a photo to Instagram and Twitter from his bed at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York on Wednesday, smiling and offering a thumbs-up shortly after having a season-ending procedure to repair his right labrum.
With the start of Spring Training almost here, anticipation is building for the 2016 season. MLB.com is going around the horn to break down each area of the Yankees' roster, continuing with the outfield and DH spots.
Yankees first baseman Greg Bird, who belted 11 homers in his first taste of big league action last year, will undergo surgery on Tuesday to repair a right shoulder labrum tear and is expected to miss the entire 2016 season.
With Luis Severino heading into his first full season, has there been any talk of limits on innings or skipping starts in order to not overuse him? Yankees beat reporter Bryan Hoch answers that question and more in the latest edition of his Inbox.
Jorge Mateo, Aaron Judge and Gary Sanchez are three of the most exciting names rising through the Yankees' farm system, and they are among the game's Top 100 Prospects entering the 2016 season, as rated by MLB Pipeline.
An offseason roller coaster continued on Monday for Ronald Torreyes, as the Yankees claimed the infielder off waivers from the Angels. To make room on the 40-man roster, outfielder Lane Adams was designated for assignment.
Alex Rodriguez exceeded the Yankees' expectations by belting 33 home runs in his return to the diamond last year, and that has the slugger taking aim at Babe Ruth's most recognizable number as he prepares for the 2016 season.
For the third, and likely the last, time, this Top 10 -- the final by position ranking unveiled prior to the Top 100 prospects list -- is headed by the Twins' Byron Buxton. He's followed by the Rangers' Lewis Brinson and Nomar Mazara.
The Yankees' double-play combination has been a work in progress since the final night Robinson Cano peeled off his pinstripes. After a shaky opening act in the field and on the bases, Didi Gregorius found his groove and made the shortstop position his own. The Yankees pulled the trigger on a deal with the Cubs in December, acquiring two-time All-Star Starlin Castro and giving the organization what they believe can be a winning tandem up the middle for years to come.
Starlin Castro has spent the majority of his career residing in the top half of the batting order,sometimes out of necessity. He recalls entire seasons where it felt like if he and Anthony Rizzo didn't hit, his Cubs wouldn't win. With the Yankees, that does not project to be an issue.
Red Sox prospect Yoan Moncada, the Cuban star who showed signs of his sky-high upside in the Minors last season, tops the 2016 Second Basemen Prospects list, while last year's No. 1, the Reds' Jose Peraza comes in second.
Yogi Berra always told Ron Guidry how much he enjoyed being a member of the Yankees or recounted tales from his stint as manager of the Mets whenever the two used to have dinner together. Those memories stuck out for Guidry as he presented -- and accepted -- the Joan Payson Award for community service on behalf of the late Hall of Fame catcher at the Baseball Writers' Association of America Awards Dinner on Saturday night.
Cubs prospect Willson Contrerast, a converted catcher coming off a breakout campaign in Double-A, leads the 2016 Top 10 Catching Prospects list, while Yankees slugger Gary Sanchez re-enters at No. 2 after failing to make the list a year ago. Beyond those two, the group features mostly younger talents who are years away from making an impact in the Major Leagues.
The Yankees enjoyed plenty of production from their first basemen this past season, with Mark Teixeira earning an All-Star selection while wading into the early MVP discussion before rookie Greg Bird stepped in nicely to help end the team's playoff drought.
With pitchers and catchers scheduled to report to Port St. Lucie, Fla., by Feb. 17, it's time to dissect the Mets' 2016 roster. This is the second of a six-part Around the Horn series taking a position-by-position look at projected starters and backups heading into the season. Next up: Catchers.
The observation of black history is a time to reflect on all those who have come before in the African-American community and their countless sacrifices and struggles, writes Mets outfielder Curtis Granderson.
For years, Mets fans have largely taken a "We'll believe it when we see it" approach to the team raising payroll, while general manager Sandy Alderson has at times been combative regarding the budget. But no longer. With the Mets' recent signing of Yoenis Cespedes pushing their 2016 payroll up over $140 million, the GM was insistent Wednesday that financial bounds will no longer hinder him.
In the week-plus since the Mets agreed to terms with Yoenis Cespedes on a relatively unusual three-year contract, the baseball world has chewed on it and chewed on it, rationalizing the deal a dozen times over. Ask Cespedes, however, and it's all really quite simple.
Trailing 30-24 at halftime, a 3-point field goal in the third quarter from junior guard Alexis Peterson gave the No. 23 Syracuse University women's basketball team the lead for good in a 71-52 victory against Georgia Tech in the Carrier Dome on Sunday afternoon.
Shaina Harrison's victory in the 60-meter hurdles – just 0.01 seconds off her season-best time – highlighted another strong performance for the Syracuse track and field teams at the Armory Invitational.
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa.- After recording a career-high three assists last night for the Syracuse women's ice hockey team, sophomore Megan Quinn scored the game-winning goal in the Orange's 2-1 win over Penn State on Saturday afternoon at the Pegula Ice Arena.
The Syracuse women's tennis team improved to 4-0 for the first time since 2010 on Saturday afternoon, defeating No. 72 Tulane by the final score of 5-2. It was the second time this season that the Orange beat a ranked opponent.
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa.- Backed behind a late third-period goal from junior Morgan Blank, classmate Jessica Sibley scored the game-winning goal in overtime for the second consecutive game, leading the Syracuse women's ice hockey team to a 3-2 win over Penn State. Both teams will return to Pegula Ice Arena tomorrow at 2:30 p.m.
Six former Syracuse men's basketball players are currently competing in the NBA. Seven former Syracuse men's basketball players are playing in various leagues overseas, including James Southerland(Above) who was signed by Mitteldeutscher BC Weissenfels located in Germany. . C.J. Fair and Rakeem Christmas are currently competing this season in the NBA Development League for the Indiana Pacers affiliate, the Fort Wayne Mad Ants. The following are stat updates for each player
The Syracuse women's ice hockey heads to Penn State this weekend for a pivotal College Hockey America series starting on Friday night 7 p.m. at Pegula Ice Arena. Both games will be back in action on Saturday at 2:30 p.m. for a game live on the Big Ten Network.
While discussing Bills Super Bowl memories, Randy O. Williams joined The John Murphy Show to talk about the criteria he used to assemble a list of the top 50 moments in the history of the Super Bowl for his recently published book.
John Murphy caught up with former Bills wide receiver Marlin Briscoe to discuss his experience as the first African American to start at quarterback in the AFL, and the impact that football has had on his life.
The buildup to Super Bowl 50 has allowed football fans to take a good look into the NFL’s past with repeated highlights from previous Super Bowls.I’ve decided to follow suit with my seventh annual Celebrity Super Bowl Prediction column by doing some reminiscing of my own and have decided to take a stroll down Memory Lane – 80s style.In honor of Super [...]
Leading up to the looming showdown, PointAfter opted to take a step back and look at Manning’s career through the lens of 25 numbers-driven facts. We’ll start with one (the amount of Super Bowl rings he’s won — at least…
In the build up to Super Bowl 50, PointAfter decided to take a look at Newton's career so far using 25 numbers-based facts. We'll start with the lowest number and finish up with the highest — the latter might have…
History tends to forget those who finish in second place, but these squads deserve to be remembered for having exceptional seasons. In honor of those runners-up, PointAfter ranked the 25 best Super Bowl-losing teams of all time.
Some games feature more spectacular performances than others. That's why PointAfter made a metric called "MVP points" to measure the contributions of all 50 Super Bowl MVPs from the 49 Super Bowls (one year featured co-MVPs).