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SUNY Delhi’s men’s golf team repeated Friday as North Atlantic Conference champions with a victory over Husson University at the Orchards Golf Club in South Hadley, Mass.

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SUNY Delhi's men's lacrosse team narrowly missed out on the four-team North Atlantic Conference tournament this week in a tie-breaker announced Wednesday in a media release from the conference.

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SUNY Oneonta athletic director Tracey Ranieri announced Wednesday that she will be retiring in June after 30 years at the college, according to a media release from the college.

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SUNY Delhi’s men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams placed third and fourth respectively in the North Atlantic Conference’s virtual invitational swim meet on Saturday, March 12.

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The North Atlantic Conference of which SUNY Delhi and SUNY Cobleskill are members announced on Wednesday, March 10 that it will proceed with spring sports competition.

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SUNY Oneonta men’s lacrosse coach Pete Owens announced on Monday, March 8 that John Holland was hired to be the new assistant coach for the program beginning immediately.

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SUNY Delhi announced on Tuesday, March 9 that men's soccer head coach Brian Mitko will be stepping down to take a position with a professional leadership development firm.

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SUNY Cobleskill announced on Monday, March 9 that former Fighting Tiger All-America Heptathlete Zach Haskin had been named interim head men's and women's track and field coach beginning this season.

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State University of New York Chancellor Jim Malatras announced Tuesday, Feb. 23, that the State University of New York Athletic Conference will resume spring sports beginning March 20.

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With Tommy John surgery in the review mirror, Oneonta High School alumnus Teddy McGraw is set to open his freshman collegiate baseball season with Division I Wake Forest on Friday, Feb. 18.

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The Empire 8 Athletic Conference, of which Hartwick College is a member, announced on Feb. 16 that its presidents council has voted unanimously to have a spring sports season.

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The State University of New York Athletic Conference announced its women's swimming and diving team on Feb. 2, which featured two SUNY Oneonta alumnae.

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Six former SUNY Oneonta athletes were named to the State University of New York Athletic Conference Women’s Track and Field All-Decade Team on Feb. 8.

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The State University of New York Athletic Conference announced Monday that former SUNY Oneonta standout Alex Miller was selected to its All-Decade men’s swimming and diving team.

Hartwick College men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams were named to the College Swimming and Diving Coaches Association of America Fall 2020 Scholar All-America Team on Jan. 22.

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On Jan. 19, the State University of New York York Athletic Conference announced its women’s tennis All-Decade Team, which features former SUNY Oneonta alumna Danielle Browarski.

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SUNY Oneonta senior Clara Culeton and women’s volleyball head coach Ashley Coyle were selected to the State University of New York Athletic Conference women’s volleyball All-Decade team on Jan. 20.

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On Jan. 13 the State University of New York Athletic Conference announced its field hockey player of the decade and All-Decade field hockey team, honoring five SUNY Oneonta alumnae.

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The State University of New York Athletic Conference announced its men’s soccer All-Decade Team on Monday, highlighted by 12 former SUNY Oneonta players, including the conference’s player and coach of the decade.

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The State University of New York Athletic Conference announced Wednesday its cross country All-Decade Team which features two SUNY Oneonta alumni.

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The North Atlantic Conference, of which SUNY Cobleskill and SUNY Delhi are members, announced on Jan. 11 that it has canceled the conference basketball season and introduced a virtual swimming and diving event.

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Cooperstown’s Tyler Bertram scored his first points for SUNY Binghamton’s men’s basketball team as the Bearcats dropped two games to Marist this weekend, opening the season 0-2.

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Tyler Bertram, sharpshooting Cooperstown basketball standout, is gearing up for his first season with Binghamton University.

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The Empire 8 conference, of which Hartwick College is a member, announced Tuesday it will tentatively proceed with winter sports conference play.

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