Logan Castiglione (Waterloo ’18) is making the most of her first-year opportunity at SUNY Oswego.
Brian Sharp (Newark ‘17) is nearing the middle of his second season as a member of the D’Youville College basketball team.
Nothing compares to a strong sibling bond. Just ask Kelsey and Skylar Shaulis.
With the Keuka College women’s soccer team’s season having ended just five days ago, senior Sarah Tyler (Newark ’15) is preparing to hit the court in her final go-round as a member of the basketball team.
This week’s edition of College Playbook takes an interesting twist. Rather than highlighting a local athlete, I’ve decided to focus on a former local coach.
Dillon VanDemortel has been building a tremendous foundation in the first season of his collegiate cross country career.
Annabelle MacIntosh, a 2018 graduate of South Seneca, is in her first season playing forward on the Erie Community College women’s soccer team.
Ryan Velte, a 2017 Newark High School graduate, is making the most of his opportunities as a second-year member of the Keuka College men’s soccer team.
GANSEVOORT — For the second consecutive year, Keuka College leads the list of North Eastern Athletic Conference scholar-athletes for the 2017-18 academic year. The NEAC recognized 110 Keuka College scholar-athletes, 18 more than the second-best school in the conference. That number is up nea…
GENEVA — William Smith College senior Sarah Benyo has been selected a 2018 Google Cloud Academic All-America At-Large first team by the College Sports Information Directors of America.
AUSTIN, Texas — Keuka College senior baseball player Dakota Skinner has been selected a 2018 Google Cloud Academic All-American by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). He becomes the first Keuka College student-athlete to repeat the honor, being named to the third te…
LA CROSSE, Wis. — Former South Seneca Track and field standout Emily Lavarnway has added All-American to her list of accomplishments. The SUNY Geneseo first-year achieved the honor in the women’s heptathlon at the NCAA Division III Outdoor Track & Field Championships Thursday and Friday.
GENEVA — The Hobart College rowing team earned the 2017-18 Liberty League Crew of the Year and Coaching Staff of the Year awards the conference office announced Tuesday. In addition, four Statesmen were named All-Liberty League.
GENEVA — Six Hobart College players have received College Sports Information Directors of America Academic All-District 3 honors.
NEW YORK — Geneva High School graduate Mia Morrison registered a double-double to lead William Smith College to a 73-64 victory over New York University in the championship game of the NYU Tipoff Classic Sunday.
GENEVA — The Liberty League head coaches have picked Hobart College to win the league’s men’s basketball championship.
GENEVA — William Smith College forward Hannah Wood has been voted the Liberty League Field Hockey Offensive Player of the Year for the second consecutive year. In addition, six members of the Heron team earned all-league honors.
GENEVA — The Hobart College football team’s offensive line was named to the D3football.com Team of the Week presented by Scoutware.
Erin Guinan distinguished herself as one of the Finger Lakes East’s top softball players during her high school career at Geneva.
SYRACUSE — Former Penn Yan Academy lacrosse standout Sean Emerson is off to a strong start at Le Moyne College as he has helped the Dolphins earn the No. 3 ranking in all of Division II men’s lacrosse.
STEVENSON, MD — Stevenson University senior and former Geneva High School lacrosse standout Ross Dinan recently earned a pair of Player of the Week honors for his play in goal for the Mustangs.
Most athletes still have a fire burning for their sport after their playing days are done. A natural transition for many is a move to the sidelines as a coach. That’s been the case for many, many former area lacrosse players.
Morgan Racicot is the perfect example of how patience and hard work can pay off.
The Limestone men’s and women’s lacrosse teams are both ranked in the latest Division II national polls.
The Geneseo women’s lacrosse team stumbled out of the gate this spring, dropping three straight games after opening the season with a 3-2 win over William Smith.
Kelly Lickert-Orr and SUNY Cortland women’s lacrosse fit each other to a “T.” The Red Dragons and their second-year head coach are a perfect match in terms of competitive spirit.
The Keuka College women’s lacrosse team features six players with ties to the Finger Lakes. The hearty half-dozen have already played a big role for the Wolfpack this season.
Penn Yan graduate Dylan Yonts began his lacrosse career at Division II St. Leo with eight goals and eight assists. Since then it’s been onward and upward — and upward in a big way.
Merritt Bailey spent his freshman season with the Seton Hill men’s lacrosse team learning the collegiate ropes behind two-year starter Brady Lawrence.
The Fredonia and Brockport women’s basketball teams carved out their own little pieces of history last week.
The future looks bright for Liberty League women’s basketball, at least for three teams.
Newark graduate Monica Mason signed her National Letter of Intent to wrestle for the Oklahoma City women’s team knowing that her freshman season would include a lot of travel.
The St. John Fisher track and field team has been accumulating quite a collection of talent from the Wayne-Finger Lakes league over the past few years.
Jake Kemp inherited some big shoes when he went from the
Earning league honors is a great accomplishment for an athlete. Being feted on the national level is twice as nice.
It’s been a productive New Year for former Marion star Olivia Suhr. That’s good news for the SUNY Brockport women’s basketball team, considering we’re only seven days into 2016.
Believe it or not, Brandon Camacho already is a senior at Houghton College.
Waterloo graduate Chelsea Steinruck has never had a problem dialing long distance.
Newark graduate Tyler Collins is only seven games into his collegiate career, but he’s already helping the Corning Community College men’s basketball team reach uncharted territory.
Fans who witnessed the William Smith College basketball team’s season opener Nov. 17 may have thought they were in a time machine.
William Smith College has appeared in nine straight NCAA Division III women’s soccer tournaments, a run that began in 2007.
Marcus Whitman and Palmyra-Macedon have spent recent seasons battling for the Finger Lakes girls swimming championship. A trio of swimmers from the two league powers — Pal-Mac’s Jensen VanNostrand and the Marcus Whitman duo of Miranda Dunton and Natalie Johnson — have enjoyed early-season su…
Now is not the best time to be playing the SUNY Morrisville football team if you’re looking for a win.
Carmen Sapp and Celia Cordero faced off against each other many times during their Finger Lakes East encounters in volleyball, basketball and lacrosse. Sapp, a Geneva High School graduate, and Cordero, a Midlakes alumna, squared off mostly on the volleyball court: each played five varsity se…
Depending on which route you take, it’s either 91⁄2 or 10 hours from Newark to the University of Maine in Orono.
Last weekend was a roller-coaster ride for the Alfred State women’s volleyball team and Waterloo graduate Lera Braun.
For anyone wondering where Geneva High School graduate Chuck Collins went after his stellar, two-year cross country stint at Finger Lakes Community College, look no further than Pittsford.
The University at Albany football team lost star linebacker Michael Nicastro on the first play of the second quarter in its season opener against Buffalo Sept. 5.
Niagara University’s loss is turning out to be Tompkins Cortland Community College’s gain.
One had to rally. The other witnessed a runaway. Penn Yan Academy graduates Ryan Maciejewski and Kelly Lickert-Orr may have gone about it in different ways, but both came way with lacrosse national championships over the weekend.